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Lectures 2021/22

Applied Nursing Science

> Clinical internship 1 PR
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Clinical internship 1 PR

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc

0SWS
8ECTS

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

> Nursing care in context with diagnostics and thera…
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Nursing care in context with diagnostics and therapy 1 UE

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc, Johanna Binder, BSc MSc, Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Determination of vital parameters:
> Non-invasive monitoring: manual and mechanical determination of: pulse, blood pressure, temperature, consciousness, vigilance, respiratory function → basics
> Documenting and interpreting the determined values
> Application of ward-specific documentation procedures
Catheterization:
> Urinary catheterization (gender and age-specific, types of catheterization, materials, application), instillations and irrigation
> Nursing requirements for lying catheter, collection systems
> Suprapubic bladder catheterization
> Residual urine determinations by means of a disposable catheter and noninvasive sonographic methods
Enemas: enemas and clysters:
> Definition, indications and contraindications
> Effect and forms (disposable enemas, cleansing enema, colonic irrigation, contrast enemas, medicinal enemas)
> Preparation of an enema, information, positioning and care of the patient during the enema, follow-up, hygienic handling

Assessment methods

Oral 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

> Clinical Internship 2 PR
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Clinical Internship 2 PR

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc

0SWS
9ECTS
> Pediatric Nursing ILV
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Pediatric Nursing ILV

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Being a child
- child and family in society
- children's rights, EACH Charter
- child in the hospital (admissions, separation trauma / hospitalism, safety, supervisory duties)
- family in the Children's Hospital - possibilities of co-hospitalization, financial aspects, KIB
- basis of nursing activities in child and adolescent health care and nursing (take into account development status, parental support, parent integration, etc.)
- concepts of family-centered care
- dealing with developmental fears
All teaching contents are special care measures for selected diseases, which are given by way of example. Current medical findings and further developments as well as local peculiarities should be considered accordingly. The care of special target groups requires basic family-oriented nursing understanding and knowledge about the clinical picture and focuses on complementary, special observations, preventive measures, nursing diagnoses, nursing plans, counseling and competencies of cooperation in medical diagnostic and therapeutic measures.

The acutely ill child on the example of a toddler with exsiccosis "name, age 4 years" with the main problems:
- dehydration with sudden weight loss
- inability of the child to keep food
- development status and the resulting requirements for the caregiver
- effects of the acute illness on the reference system
> Assigned content:
- physiological nutritional status and abnormalities
- water and electrolyte balance incl. observation and assessment
- observation - skin, excretion, nutritional status, vital signs, vigilance, general condition, abdomen
- nursing intervention adapted to the level of development
- support of the reference system in the case of "life-threatening" illness (crisis diagram Friedemann)
> The chronically ill child with congenital abnormalities and disability using the example of a child with Down syndrome "name", from infancy to young adult with the main problems:
- the disabled child in the reference system
- perception restriction
- reduced resilience due to heart disease
- effects of Down syndrome on development and behavior
> Assigned content:
- special communication
- promotion of development and perception (hearing, speech, vision, motor skills) in the setting of the Children's Hospital and as part of early childhood support
- nursing priorities with congenital vitia
- dealing with resistance to medical nursing interventions (e.g. assistance with examinations: difficult "violent" blood sampling)
- pain management
- support possibility of the reference system

The premature infant with hyperbilirubinemia using the example of "name, 32 weeks" with the main problems:
- prematurity / risky newborn child
- hyperbilirubinemia
- promoting development / handling
- neonatology as a setting
- effects on the reference system (for example: mother-child attachment)
> Assigned content:
- individual care for premature babies: NIDCAP® (Newborn Individualized Developmental Care and Assessment Program), concepts such as Kinesthetic Infant Handling® and Basal Stimulation®,
- observing versus monitoring the sick
- setting neonatology - dealing with medical devices and their significance and effects on the child and its reference system
- physiological need for sleep of premature babies (meaning of the day-night-rhythm)
- stress of premature babies, signals of premature babies
- positioning
- phototherapy - possibilities, effects, selection of suitable nursing interventions
- diet of premature babies and administration
- principles and rules of interdisciplinary cooperation as well as parent information and integration
- support possibilities of the reference system

Assessment methods

End of course written or oral exam

Teaching methods

Predominantly active methods

Language

German

> Clinical Internship 3 PR
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Clinical Internship 3 PR

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Vera Niemannsgnuss, MSc

0SWS
10ECTS

Lecture contents

The students are guided towards:
- implementation of theoretical content (theory-practice transfer) in all areas of competence according to FH GUK AV defined practice areas:
(1) Acute care such as, for example, inpatient care in the (a) surgical department (general surgery and specialties such as, for example, gynaecology and obstetrics, urology, ear nose and throat department) and inpatient care in the (b) non-surgical department (general/internal medicine and specialist fields of internal medicine such as cardiology, oncology, hepatology, psychiatry, paediatrics),
(2) Long-term care (e.g. geriatric centres, inpatient and dy-care),
(3) Ward/mobile care (e.g. home care, wards), as well as areas of
(4) Prevention and rehabilitation.
optionally and additionally in areas such as self-employed care, public health services, GP surgeries and community practices, and other care facilities related to health care and nursing.
- implementation and identification of health risks and resources and putting in place accident and illness prevention measures.
- keeping of a training journal in the form of an placement manual, which contains a guide for the whole placement training.
- promotion of personal learning and ensuring learning progress in the above areas, as well as reflection upon the experiences from the respective professional field.
- reflecting upon case history in the course of the 5th semester together with academic staff.
- Implementation of study tasks (see practice reflexion) in the context of the respective clinical specialty.
Information:
- see internship description chapter 1.10

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment and internship evaluation

Teaching methods

Clinical internship

Language

German

> Sexuality, Pregnancy, Birth, Confinement and Newbo…
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Sexuality, Pregnancy, Birth, Confinement and Newborn Care ILV

Lector: Dr. Winfried Hartl, Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

- Female sexuality: gynecological examination methods, contraception - family planning; female sexual reaction cycle, libido and orgasmic disorders; unwanted sterility - the sterile couple; transgender - deviations from the assigned social gender role, HPV vaccination
- Embryonic development
- Pregnancy: placenta and umbilical cord, certain and uncertain indications of pregnancy, calculation of the date of birth, ultrasound examinations, CTG, lifestyle advice of pregnant women (diet, stimulants, sports, travel, sexuality)
- Disorders during pregnancy: extra uterine pregnancy. (= Tub.), miscarriage (abortion), disorders of the placenta / umbilical cord, premature rupture of the membranes, diseases of the mother - gestosis, diabetes mel., blood group incompatibility, premature birth
- Birth: types of labor, the course of birth (the "normal" birth)
- Delivery of the newborn: observational focus, screening, prophylaxis, APGAR (first assessment of the newborn)
- Change in the family constellation after the birth of a child
- Phases of pregnancy, prenatal care, physical / mental adjustment process, lifestyle / psychosocial influences on the course of pregnancy, sexuality during pregnancy
- Design possibilities of the physiological birth
- Puerperium / postpartum
- Care and support of the new mother
- Parenting instructions for newborn babies (for example, prevention of SIDS)
- Nursing interventions in the care of the healthy newborn
- Basics of the theory of breastfeeding and breastfeeding practice
- Theoretical approaches to nursing in relation to postpartum care and newborn care

Assessment methods

End of course written exam

Teaching methods

Predominantly presentation methods

Language

German-English

> Clinical Internship 4 PR
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Clinical Internship 4 PR

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Vera Niemannsgnuss, MSc

0SWS
10ECTS
> 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

> Clinical internship 1 PR
Healthcare and Nursing more

Clinical internship 1 PR

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Alexander Schwab, BSc

0SWS
8ECTS

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

> Internship 1 - Introduction and reflection ILV
Healthcare and Nursing more

Internship 1 - Introduction and reflection ILV

Lector: Mag. Helmut Beichler, Theresa Maria Binder, BSc, Tamara Großbichler, BScN MA, Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Helena Qiang, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Barbara Riegler, Alexander Schwab, BSc, Andrea Wippermann, 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

> Evidence based Care for children and younger peopl…
Advanced Nursing Practice - Focus Health Care and Nursing Management more

Evidence based Care for children and younger people VO

1SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

"accompany the child with the decompensating heart"
> Decision criteria for the qualification of transplantation
> Possibilities of extracorporeal life support
> nursing care according to HTX
> Pain and delirium management in pediatric patients
"Accompany the former premature baby and his family during the discharge process"
> Recognizing the needs of children (children
> Training and instructional content for clinical discharge preparation of families with premature infants
> Aftercare of former premature babies
> Early support opportunities for former premature babies
"Accompany the autistic child with evidence of neglect due to malnutrition"
> Classification, diagnostic process, symptoms and care approaches for autism
> Signs of neglect and domestic violence
> clinical procedure for the detection of domestic violence
> Communication in autism

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Immanent

Teaching methods

Case based learning, group work, lecture

Language

German

> Evidence based Care for children and younger peopl…
Advanced Nursing Education more

Evidence based Care for children and younger people VO

1SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

"accompany the child with the decompensating heart"
> Decision criteria for the qualification of transplantation
> Possibilities of extracorporeal life support
> nursing care according to HTX
> Pain and delirium management in pediatric patients
"Accompany the former premature baby and his family during the discharge process"
> Recognizing the needs of children (children
> Training and instructional content for clinical discharge preparation of families with premature infants
> Aftercare of former premature babies
> Early support opportunities for former premature babies
"Accompany the autistic child with evidence of neglect due to malnutrition"
> Classification, diagnostic process, symptoms and care approaches for autism
> Signs of neglect and domestic violence
> clinical procedure for the detection of domestic violence
> Communication in autism

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Immanent

Teaching methods

Case based learning, group work, lecture

Language

German

> Evidence based Care for children and younger peopl…
Advanced Nursing Counseling more

Evidence based Care for children and younger people VO

1SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

"accompany the child with the decompensating heart"
> Decision criteria for the qualification of transplantation
> Possibilities of extracorporeal life support
> nursing care according to HTX
> Pain and delirium management in pediatric patients
"Accompany the former premature baby and his family during the discharge process"
> Recognizing the needs of children (children
> Training and instructional content for clinical discharge preparation of families with premature infants
> Aftercare of former premature babies
> Early support opportunities for former premature babies
"Accompany the autistic child with evidence of neglect due to malnutrition"
> Classification, diagnostic process, symptoms and care approaches for autism
> Signs of neglect and domestic violence
> clinical procedure for the detection of domestic violence
> Communication in autism

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Immanent

Teaching methods

Case based learning, group work, lecture

Language

German

> Scientific work ILV
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Scientific work ILV

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Mag.a rer.soc.oec. Dr.in phil. Christina Mogg, MPH

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

- Criteria for scientific work
- Correct citation according to the guidelines of the Department of Applied Nursing Science
- Topic identification and concretization
- Literature research and procurement
- Structure of scientific publications with the EMED format and research process
- Standardized evaluation tools for the quality of scientific publications
- Planning of a scientific paper and preparation of an exposé

Assessment methods

Module exam

Teaching methods

Mainly activating methods

Language

German