-Pharmacology and Medication care: Materials on Moodle Saano, Taam-Ukkonen. Lääkehoidon käsikirja. SanomaPro 2013 or newer THL: Turvallinen Lääkehoito 2016 Current care guidelines Farmakologia ja Toksikologia by Koulu and Mervaala, Medicina, 8. edition or newer or Lääketieteellinen farmakologia by Ruskoaho, Hakkola and Huupponen, Duodecim 2019
Course consists of two independent sections, Pharmacological therapy 2 ECTS and Pharmacology 3 ECTS. Medication care teaching: Lecture, workshops, practical lectures, simulations and exam in a Moodle. Pharmacology teaching: Lectures, practical lectures, final exam
Pharmacology: Final exam. In order to receive approved grade, the student must achieve 50 % of the maximum points in the final exam. Medication care: Exam. In order to receive approved grade, the student must achieve 50 % of the maximum points in the final exam.
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Faculty of Health Care and Social Services (LAB)
Titta Sainio, Marjut Louhelainen, Meeri Heino
Anatomian ja fysiologian perusteet
Kliinisen hoitotyön menetelmät
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Bachelor's Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Lääkehoitopassi (not translated)
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Medication care: mandatory attendance on workshop-lessons, practical lessons and simulation lessons.
Lääkehoito: Verkko-opetus (aloitustunnit sekä työpaja), harjoitustunnit ja simulaatiot kampuksella. Harjoitustunneilla, työpajassa ja simulaatioissa 100% läsnäolovelvollisuus. YleSh Kliinisten menetelmien testi kampuksella Moodle (not translated)
Pharmacology: Learning objectives: 1. Student recognizes the basics of pharmacological kinetics and dynamics and the other terminology of the field and understands the origin of medication interactions. 2. Student can name the pharmacological mechanisms of effects; side effects and counter indications of medications used in most common diseases and evaluate safe medication therapy in different groups of patients. 3. Student can reason the choice of medication by the characteristics of the drug and patient compliance and support the patient in implementing medication therapy Contents: pharmacological kinetics and dynamics pharmacology of autonomic nervous system medication therapy of heart and circulatory system medication for diabetes medication care for neurological diseases psychiatric medications microbiological medications medication therapy for diseases in gastro-enterological tract, medications for hormonal treatments (Endocrine system) arthritis and gout medications belief-based medicines Medication care: Safe medication care: Jurisprudence and ethics of medication care Supply of medication care (Ordering, delivering, storing and disposing of a medicine) Medication passport and registration for it Reconstitution of the medication: Methods of administration medication and pharmaceutical forms (asepsis) (i.m, iv.) Concepts related to medication administration, The Nine Rights
Medication care: Has not completed tasks, and / or Has not participated in workshops, practical training lessons and simulations and / or Has not passed the exam and / or Has not approved medication calculations
Pharmacology: Student knows terminology of pharmacology, but their meaning to the features of safe medication remains unconnected Student recognizes the pharmacological mechanims of drugs used to treat most common diseases and recognizes most important side effects and counter indications regarding safe medication therapy The ability to implement student's knowledge remains inadequate and she/he cannot reason in detail the schoice of medacation to different patient groups
Pharmacology: Student defines the key terminology of pharmacology and explains their meaning to the features of medication. Student recognizes the pharmacological mechanisms of effects; side effects and counter indications of medications used in most common diseases and implements knowledge in delivering safe medication therapy. Student instructs the patient in safe medication therapy.
Pharmacology: Student comprehensively defines the key terminology of pharmacology and evaluates the meaning of single medication by its features in regard to choose and implementation of medication therapy. Student names the pharmacological mechanisms of effects, side effects and counter indications of medications used in most common diseases and implements knowledge in delivering safe medication therapy. Student reasons the choice of medications and is able to instruct patient in the use of medication considering compliance