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Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc

Academic Staff


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Room: B.2.04
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Lectures 2021/22

Applied Nursing Science

> Basics of nursing care ILV
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Basics of nursing care ILV

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc, Johanna Binder, BSc MSc, Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Barbara Riegler

4SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

- Basic philosophy / anthropological concepts / human image of nursing
- The "12 life activities (LA) from the model of life according to Roper, Logan and Tierney (1993; 2009) are used as a teaching content structure. Aspects of concepts of health promotion, transcultural care, basal stimulation® and kinaesthetics are taken into account within the respective LA.
- The content-based analysis of the following life activities must be combined with 1-3 (evidence-based) nursing studies.
- The individual life activities (LA) "Ensuring a safe environment", "Communicating", "Breathing", "Eating and drinking", "Excreting", "Keeping clean and dressing", "Adjusting body temperature", "Moving "," Working and playing "," Feeling and acting as a man / woman "and" Sleeping " are processed according to the following systematics (except LA" Finding meaning / dying "):
a. Meaningfulness:
- norms and values - meaning for humans and their reference system
- self-reflection of likes, habits and behaviors with regard to one’s own and the unfamiliar
- influence factors on the respective LA and their interactions
b. Monitoring aspect:
- behavioral patterns of the respective LA
- impact of deviations on health, well-being and level of development
- perceiving and describing changes
- care-relevant observations of skin and skin attachments as well as of gestures, facial expressions, body posture and cognition. Detecting, documenting and relaying deviations
- Detection and risk assessment of the following phenomena: exsiccosis, contracture, pneumonia, thrombosis, decubitus etc.
- c. Selecting and applying care measures:
- self-care and care dependency as a reciprocal process, dependency care
- Possibilities for safeguarding privacy and personal space, taking into account concepts of honor and shame
- Establish and assess the need for care and derive care measures in all forms and on all levels of care, taking into account health promotion, living environment and nursing research
- Prophylactic measures with regard to the life-world background and the entire lifespan

Example of topic discussion using the following LA:
LA "Moving":
Importance:
> Importance of movement for humans over the entire lifespan
> Own preferences, habits, behaviors
> Understanding and tolerance towards the unfamiliar
> Pointing out the impact of influencing factors on LA "Moving" and their interactions
Observation:
> Motion patterns and sequences taking into account the spatial position
> Impact of deviations on health and extent of ability of self-care
> Assessing changes (e.g. body image, paralysis, movement disorders, somatosensory disorders, reflex disturbances, etc.)
> Assessment of the risk factors using assessment instruments (for example decubitus, falls, contractures, thrombosis, etc.)

Select and apply care offers:
> Health promotion through exercise programs and body therapies
> Back-friendly working methods
> Movement exercises and change of position using aids

Note:
- Care interventions such as mobilization and positioning techniques -> see skills training "Kinaesthetics, positioning and mobilization"

Assessment methods

Oral / practical or written exam at the end of lecture course

Teaching methods

Mostly activating methods

Language

German

> Internship 1 - Introduction and reflection ILV
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Internship 1 - Introduction and reflection ILV

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc, Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc, Vera Niemannsgnuss, MSc, Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Barbara Riegler

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

- In the introduction the upcoming internship process will be discussed: design and course of the internship, data protection requirements and confidentiality obligation, practical objectives, internship documentation, progress meetings with self and external assessments, internship assessment, learning support
> During practice reflection and supervision, practice-related stress situations are dealt with, and group discussions for the development of personal resources and coping strategies are conducted.
Study tasks:
> Study Task 1: Clinical Internship 1
- Development of an anamnesis
- Presentation of an activity of daily living
- Reflection on the issue of disgust and the influence of the patient's history form on the care process
> Task 2: Clinical Internship 2
- Preparation of an anamnesis and individually relevant care diagnoses according to NANDA
- Presentation of a prepared nursing diagnosis
- Reflection on and treatment of the topic of incontinence in professional health care and nursing
> Study Task 3: Clinical Internship 3
- Development of an anamnesis, individually relevant care diagnoses and care interventions according to NANDA
- Presentation of the evaluation process and search for a suitable study that meets the scientific criteria
- Treatment of questions about wound management by means of a wound situation from practice
> Study Task 4: Clinical Internship 5 + 6
- Preparation of an anamnesis and description of the evidence-based nursing interventions based thereon
- Research of two to three thematic evidence-based studies
- Presentation of the prepared nursing interventions

Assessment methods

Continual assessment

Teaching methods

Mostly activating methods

Language

German

> Internship 3 - Introduction and overview ILV
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Internship 3 - Introduction and overview ILV

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc, Johanna Binder, BSc MSc, Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc, Vera Niemannsgnuss, MSc, Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Barbara Riegler

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

- In the introduction, the upcoming placement process will be discussed: the design and course of the placement, data protection requirements and confidentiality, practical objectives, placement documentation, location discussions with self and third-party assessments, placement assessment, learning support
- In practice reflection and supervision, practice-related stress situations are dealt with, along with group discussions for the development of personal resources and coping strategies.
Study Tasks:
Study Task 1: Clinical Placement 1
- Development of an anamnesis
- Presentation of an ATL
- Reflection on disgust and the influence of the patient's history on the care process
Study Task 2: Clinical Placement 2
- Preparation of an anamnesis and individually relevant care diagnoses according to NANDA
- Presentation of a developed care diagnosis
- Reflection on, and treatment of, the topic of incontinence in professional health and medical care
Study Task 3: Clinical Placement 3
- Development of an anamnesis, individually relevant care diagnoses and care interventions according to NANDA
- Presentation of the evaluation process and searching for a suitable study that meets the scientific criteria
- treatment of questions concerning wound management by means of a wound situation from practice
Study Task 4: Clinical Placements 5 + 6
- Preparation of an anamnesis and description of the evidence-based nursing interventions based thereon
- Research into 2-3 related evidence-based studies
- Presentation of the nursing interventions developed

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment

Teaching methods

Mostly activating methods

Language

German

> Clinical Internship 5 PR
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Clinical Internship 5 PR

Lector: Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc

0SWS
13ECTS

Lecture contents

The students are guided towards:
- Implementation of the theoretical content (theory-practice transfer) in all practice areas defined within FH GUK AV for successful skills achievement:
- (1) Acute care such as, for example, stationary care in the (a) surgical field (general surgery and special surgical areas such as gynecology and obstetrics, urology, ear nose and throat department) and inpatient care in (b) conservative therapy (general / internal medicine and special fields of internal medicine, such as cardiology, oncology, hepatology, psychiatry, pediatrics),
- (2) Long-term care (e.g. geriatric centers, stationary and semi-stationary areas),
- (3) Ambulant nursing / mobile care (e.g. home care, ambulances), as well as areas of
- (4) Prevention and rehabilitation.
As well as in areas such as, for example, self-employed care, public health services, practices and group practices and other care facilities with regard to health care and nursing.
- Implementation and identification of health risks and resources, and setting of measures to prevent accidents and / or disease.
- Keeping of a training protocol in the form of an internship manual, which contains a guide for the entire practical training course.
- Promoting personal learning engagement and ensuring the learning progress in the areas mentioned, as well as reflection of the experiences from the respective professional field.
- Reflection of a case history in the course of semester 5 together with a teacher.
- Implementation of study tasks (see "Reflection on Practical Work") in the context of the respective clinical area.
Note:
- See internship description chapter 1.10

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment and internship evaluation

Teaching methods

Clinical internship

Language

German

> Clinical Internship 6 PR
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Clinical Internship 6 PR

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc, Johanna Binder, BSc MSc, Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc, Vera Niemannsgnuss, MSc, Helena Qiang, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Barbara Riegler

0SWS
13ECTS

Lecture contents

The students are guided towards:
- Implementation of the theoretical content (theory-practice transfer) in all practice areas defined within FH GUK AV for successful skills achievement:
- (1) Acute care such as, for example, stationary care in the (a) surgical field (general surgery and special surgical areas such as gynecology and obstetrics, urology, ear nose and throat department) and inpatient care in (b) conservative therapy (general / internal medicine and special fields of internal medicine, such as cardiology, oncology, hepatology, psychiatry, pediatrics),
- (2) Long-term care (e.g. geriatric centers, stationary and semi-stationary areas),
- (3) Ambulant nursing / mobile care (e.g. home care, ambulances), as well as areas of
- (4) Prevention and rehabilitation.
As well as in areas such as, for example, self-employed care, public health services, practices and group practices and other care facilities with regard to health care and nursing.
- Implementation and identification of health risks and resources, and setting of measures to prevent accidents and / or disease.
- Keeping of a training protocol in the form of an internship manual, which contains a guide for the entire practical training course.
- Promoting personal learning engagement and ensuring the learning progress in the areas mentioned, as well as reflection of the experiences from the respective professional field.
- Reflection of a case history in the course of semester 5 together with a teacher.
- Implementation of study tasks (see "Reflection on Practical Work") in the context of the respective clinical area.
Note:
- See internship description chapter 1.10

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment and internship evaluation

Teaching methods

Clinical internship

Language

German

> Internship 5 - Introduction and overview ILV
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Internship 5 - Introduction and overview ILV

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

 In the introduction the upcoming internship process will be discussed: design and course of the internship, data protection requirements and confidentiality obligation, practical objectives, internship documentation, progress meetings with self and external assessments, internship assessment, learning support
> During practice reflection and supervision, practice-related stress situations are dealt with, and group discussions for the development of personal resources and coping strategies are conducted.
Study tasks:
> Study Task 1: Clinical Internship 1
- Development of an anamnesis
- Presentation of an activity of daily living
- Reflection on the issue of disgust and the influence of the patient's history form on the care process
> Task 2: Clinical Internship 2
- Preparation of an anamnesis and individually relevant care diagnoses according to NANDA
- Presentation of a prepared nursing diagnosis
- Reflection on and treatment of the topic of incontinence in professional health care and nursing
> Study Task 3: Clinical Internship 3
- Development of an anamnesis, individually relevant care diagnoses and care interventions according to NANDA
- Presentation of the evaluation process and search for a suitable study that meets the scientific criteria
- Treatment of questions about wound management by means of a wound situation from practice
> Study Task 4: Clinical Internship 5 + 6
- Preparation of an anamnesis and description of the evidence-based nursing interventions based thereon
- Research of two to three thematic evidence-based studies
- Presentation of the prepared nursing interventions

Assessment methods

Continual assessment

Teaching methods

Mostly activating methods

Language

German

> Internship 6 - Introduction and overview ILV
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Internship 6 - Introduction and overview ILV

Lector: Johanna Binder, BSc MSc, Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

In the introduction the upcoming internship process will be discussed: design and course of the internship, data protection requirements and confidentiality obligation, practical objectives, internship documentation, progress meetings with self and external assessments, internship assessment, learning support
> During practice reflection and supervision, practice-related stress situations are dealt with, and group discussions for the development of personal resources and coping strategies are conducted.
Study tasks:
> Study Task 1: Clinical Internship 1
- Development of an anamnesis
- Presentation of an activity of daily living
- Reflection on the issue of disgust and the influence of the patient's history form on the care process
> Task 2: Clinical Internship 2
- Preparation of an anamnesis and individually relevant care diagnoses according to NANDA
- Presentation of a prepared nursing diagnosis
- Reflection on and treatment of the topic of incontinence in professional health care and nursing
> Study Task 3: Clinical Internship 3
- Development of an anamnesis, individually relevant care diagnoses and care interventions according to NANDA
- Presentation of the evaluation process and search for a suitable study that meets the scientific criteria
- Treatment of questions about wound management by means of a wound situation from practice
> Study Task 4: Clinical Internship 5 + 6
- Preparation of an anamnesis and description of the evidence-based nursing interventions based thereon
- Research of two to three thematic evidence-based studies
- Presentation of the prepared nursing interventions

Assessment methods

Continual assessment

Teaching methods

Mostly activating methods

Language

German

> Clinical Internship 7 PR
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Clinical Internship 7 PR

Lector: Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc

0SWS
11ECTS