Health Care and Nursing

Bachelor, full-time

Overview

Since 2008, FH Campus Wien has offered the first Austrian bachelor's degree program in health care and nursing as a generalist degree program and combines nursing science with the professional qualification for upper grade health care and nursing. The degree program lays the foundation for evidence-based nursing: What you plan and decide in nursing is not based solely on proven tradition, but is scientifically proven.  You will complete extensive internships in hospitals and nursing homes of the Vienna Healthcare Group, Vinzentinum Vienna and Barmherzige Brüder Vienna.

If the computer-based entrance test (part 1) cannot be held on 16 and 19 October 2020 due to Covid-19 measures, we will inform you in due time. The oral interviews (Part 2) will be held from the end of October 2020 and will be conducted via online video conference if necessary. Applicants will be informed of the individual interview date by e-mail.
This does not affect the online application, including submission of all documents, which serves as the basis for the subsequent interview.

Contact us

Contact us!

Carina Böckle, BA
Claudia Meyer
Heidi Schöngrundner (maternity leave)

Mag.a Tamara Rechberger
Tamara Zimmermann, BA
Favoritenstraße 226, D.3.27
1100 Vienna
T: +43 1 606 68 77-4000
F: +43 1 606 68 77-4009 
pflege@fh-campuswien.ac.at

Office hours
Mon, Wed, Fri, 8.00 a.m.-1.00 p.m.
Tue, 8.00 a.m.-3.30 p.m
Thu, 8.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m

Duration of course
6 Semester
Final degree
Bachelor of Science in Health Studies (BSc) incl. professional qualifications
460Study places
180ECTS
Organisational form
full-time

Application period for winter semester 2021/22

7th January to 16th July 2020

tuition fee / semester:

€ 363,361

+ ÖH premium + contribution2

 

1 Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727,- per semester

 

2 for additional study expenses
(currently up to € 83,- depending on degree program and year)

What you can offer

You are interested in nursing science, applied nursing methods, medicine and health science. For you, health care and nursing mean taking on responsibility, acting according to basic humanistic ethics values and treating patients with empathy and respect. You seek practical training provided in a process-oriented manner that focuses on working with with nursing diagnoses, nursing objectives and health care methods. You want to be able to justify your decisions scientifically. You have a professional picture of health care and nursing that is not only rooted in tradition, but you are aware that the profession is evolving rapidly towards evidence-based care, and health promotion and prevention.

What we offer you

FH Campus Wien is now the largest university of applied sciences for health in Austria. Since being the first university of applied arts in Austria to establish a bachelor's degree program in nursing already in 2008, we now possess extensive expertise and a large network of partners. This includes the University of Vienna. We developed the bachelor's degree program with them as part of a teaching cooperation. Important partners from the industry include the Vienna Healthcare Group, with whom we work closely to organize our extensive internships, and the Vinzenz Group. The near future holds great potential for multi-site research projects. We also pay close consideration to science and research as we continually develop our the content of the degree program. Practical relevance is also guaranteed at our Campus Lecture evenings, which are open to all and feature contributions from prominent experts.

What makes this degree program special

The degree program combines science with extensive practical experience, which makes it possible for you to earn the legally recognized professional qualification for upper grade services in health care and nursing by completing the program. Nursing based on scientific knowledge, that is the difference between the degree program and a certificate from a traditional vocational school system. Evidence-based care is the foundation that allows you to offer people the best care possible while at the same time conserving resources. Thus, as a graduate you will be able to follow scientific developments, critically question them and, in individual cases, implement them in your professional life. However, this alone is not enough to implement evidence-based measures in nursing. It is important to recognize what is feasible for the patients and their personal environment, and what the organization allows. You will be able to take all of this into consideration with your nursing experience in order to make the best decision for the patient in the end.

What you will learn in the degree program

Your degree program is oriented towards international standards, is practically relevant and scientifically based. Besides technical-methodical scientific skills, you will also acquire social skills, communication skills and self-competence. In its methodical approach the degree program promotes project, problem and action-oriented learning.

  • You will learn about nursing theories and the nursing process as well as about health care and nursing for special target groups and in different settings. This includes providing care for people with chronic illnesses as well as providing support for family members and other relations. A major part of the education includes general and special medical basics as well as nursing science. Knowledge of social and human sciences, such as psychology and sociology, as well as education and health care sciences provide a holistic understanding of health and illness.

  • The social and personal human background of the people is important, particularly in counseling and communication. Counseling techniques are taught as well as conversational skills, conflict resolution and crisis communication.
  • Furthermore, you will learn about organization, ethics and law. Management in the health sector, structures and mechanisms of the health service as well as quality and project management and informatics are among the organization-related contents.
  • Theoretical and practical courses are well-balanced during your studies. In the fifth semester, you will complete an internship semester.

Curriculum

LectureSWSECTS
General pathology VO

General pathology VO

Lector: Dr.in Isabel Haider-Strutz

1.5SWS
1.5ECTS

Lecture contents

- Definitions in pathology - statistical variables
- Tasks of the pathologist - intravital and postmortal diagnostics
- Disease causes, course and consequences
- Pathology of heredity
- Disorders of cell growth and cell reproduction
- Cell and tissue damage
- Regeneration and repair of tissue
- Inflammation pathology
 Tumor pathology
 Disorders of the circulatory system
 Imaging diagnostic procedures and laboratory parameters

Assessment methods

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

Teaching methods

Mostly presentation methods

Language

German

1.51.5
Applied hygiene and infectiology ILV

Applied hygiene and infectiology ILV

Lector: Sofie Dobberstein, BSc., Dr.in Isabel Haider-Strutz, Mag.a Daniela Vitek, BSc MSc

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Infectious diseases:
- Basics of infectious disease studies
- The immune system
- Immunizations / vaccination plan, reactions / defense mechanisms
- Methods of pathogen detection
- Notifiable diseases
- Signs of infection
Microbiology und Parasitology:
- Bacteria
- Viruses
- Prions
- Fungi
- Parasites/multicellular parasites
Hygiene in health care facilities and extramural areas:
- Organization of hospital hygiene (hygienic standards)
- Nosocomial infections
- General hygiene and hygiene measures
- Cleaning, disinfection and sterilization
- Hand hygiene
- Hygiene in specific care settings
- Protective clothing, isolation
- Infection prevention for employees
- Infection protection for multi-resistant pathogens
- Food and environmental hygiene
- Sample material

Assessment methods

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

Teaching methods

Mostly presentation methods

Language

German

22
Biology, anatomy, physiology including nutrition VO

Biology, anatomy, physiology including nutrition VO

Lector: Dr.med. Barbara Scarr-Aberle

3SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

Medical Terminology:
- Location and directional labels, Numbers, Colours
- Declensions
- Clinical terminology and vocabulary
Biology:
- Basics of biology, chemistry and biochemistry
- Basics of biophysics
- Biology of cells
- Genetics and evolution
- Tissues
Anatomy Physiology:
- The healthy person
- Physique and musculoskeletal system (active + passive)
- Cardiovascular system
- Respiratory system
- Blood, immune system, lymphatic organs
- Digestive tract
- Kidneys and urinary tract
- Reproductive organs
- Endocrine system
- Nervous system
- Sensory organs (eyes, ears, skin)
Nutrition:
- Metabolism and nutrition
- Exemplary dietary forms
- Basics of infant nutrition

Assessment methods

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

Teaching methods

Mostly presentation methods

Language

German

34
Skills Training: Kinaesthetics, Positioning and Mobilisation UE

Skills Training: Kinaesthetics, Positioning and Mobilisation UE

Lector: Mag.a Bettina Hojdelewicz, Silke Neumaier, BSc, Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Sabine Schweiger, Mag.a Daniela Vitek, BSc MSc

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Through practical exercises, the students consolidate practical handling in the following areas:
> Central content: self-perception and interaction
> Conceptual system of Kinaesthetics®
> Among others (1) basics of movement and weight levels with regard to gravity (2) movement patterns, (3) positions for the respective movement activities, (4) external factors for the promotion of movement
> Positioning techniques: VATI positioning, back, side, abdominal positioning and seated positioning modes, handling positioning aids

Assessment methods

Continual assessment

Teaching methods

Mostly activating methods

Language

German

22
Basics of nursing care ILV

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

44
Clinical internship 1 PR

Clinical internship 1 PR

Lector: Mag.a Daniela Vitek, 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

08
Emergency Management ILV

Emergency Management ILV

Lector: Markus Wohlmannstetter, MSc

1.5SWS
1.5ECTS

Lecture contents

- Legal foundations of First Aid
- Danger zones
- Rescue chain
- Life-threatening situations
- Immediate measures
- Crisis intervention
- Emergency management in the hospital
- Civil protection

Assessment methods

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

Teaching methods

Mostly activating methods

Language

German

1.51.5
Nursing care in context with diagnostics and therapy 1 UE

Nursing care in context with diagnostics and therapy 1 UE

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc, Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Mag.a Daniela Vitek, 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

11
Nursing process, theories, models and concepts ILV

Nursing process, theories, models and concepts ILV

Lector: Mag.a Bettina Hojdelewicz

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

- Definition: care theory, nursing model, conceptual nursing model, metaparadigm
- Abstraction level and typologies of theories
- Implementation of nursing models in nursing practice
- Benefits of nursing models
- Current value of classic nursing models
- Criticism of nursing theories
- Central statements on health / well-being, people, the environment and nursing duties in nursing models (for example Hildegard Peplau, Nancy Roper, Dorothea Orem, Kristen Swanson, Marie-Luise Friedemann)
- Theoretical nursing aspects in connection with the problem-solving process
- The care process as a relationship and problem solving process
- Definition of the care process, historical aspects and developmental history of the care process
- Steps of the care process including description and characterization
- Critical reflection on benefit, meaning, and weaknesses
- Legal basis (with regard to care documentation)
- Aspects of conversational skills and documentation of the care process (focus: nursing assessment)
- Contents of the diagnostic process

Assessment methods

Oral or written exam at the end of the lecture course

Teaching methods

Mostly activating methods

Language

German

22
Internship 1 - Introduction and reflection ILV

Internship 1 - Introduction and reflection ILV

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

11
Education Studies VO

Education Studies VO

Lector: MMag. Philipp Seitz

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

> Theoretical, systematic and comparative pedagogical and andragogical concepts, social, special and therapeutic pedagogy, promotion of learning, emotional and social development in healthy and sick people, school in the hospital, critical reflexive theory of health education
> Motivation work, media use, psycho-educative individual and group programs for patients, family and social relations, compensatory, gender- and cultural-oriented support, integration concepts
> Knowledge and education management, intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and learning process, basics of didactics of nursing knowledge and skills, performance evaluation, cooperative learning

Assessment methods

Written or oral module exam

Teaching methods

Mostly presentation methods

Language

German

11
Psychology VO

Psychology VO

Lector: MMag. Philipp Seitz

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

• Psychological functions from the perspective of different scientific directions and human images, depth psychological, cognitive behavioristic and humanistic concepts
• Psychological requirements of the human life span relevant for neonatologic up to geriatric care
• Principles of psychosomatics and psychogenic functional disorders
• Socio-psychologically and socioculturally oriented approaches to treatment in nursing-specific conflict and stress situations as well as to low-adherence patients
• Preventive, salutogenetically oriented health psychology as well as clinical-psychological forms of intervention and associated research approaches
• Developmental psychology of children and adolescents (personality, cognitive, motor and language development, milestones of development)
• Health and disease concepts of children at the respective development level
• Imparting the current theoretical knowledge of cognitive developmental psychology
• Anxiety - basic forms, age - related fears
• Attachment theory and reactive attachment disorder
• Principles of clinical psychology (psychosocial crisis, posttraumatic stress, relation to relief discussion)
• Principles of psychotherapeutic and supervisory methods (context of disease management)
• Psycho-hygienic methods for the maintenance of professional standards and for burnout prevention
• Nursing-care self-examination, group and individual counseling as well as professional supervision, intervision and coaching

Assessment methods

Written or oral module exam

Teaching methods

Mostly presentation methods

Language

German

11
Sociology VO

Sociology VO

Lector: MMag. Philipp Seitz

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

• Special aspects of nursing care within the context of health and medical sociological discourse. Research areas of public health, health economics and social epidemiology
• CV-related processes as reference points of care treatment (development and socialization of people on the individual level, lifeworld level, society level)
• The term "group": group norms, social role, role conflicts including the reflection of one's own role in different contexts (occupational), dealing with role conflicts, group types, prerequisites for the formation of a group, group development, group functions
• Definitions and characteristics of "authority", concept and special forms of personal as well as positional authority
• Social inequalities, social strata, types of strata, factors of social inequality, social mobility, inequality of the state of health and disease among sexes, forms of poverty
• Fields of action of social pediatrics

Assessment methods

Written or oral module exam

Teaching methods

Mostly presentation methods

Language

German

11

LectureSWSECTS
General and Occupation-specific Legal Aspects ILV

General and Occupation-specific Legal Aspects ILV

Lector: Dr. Andreas Zeilinger, DGKP

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Selected Illnesses including diagnostics and therapy 1 VO

Selected Illnesses including diagnostics and therapy 1 VO

Lector: Dr.med.univ. Florian Blauensteiner, Dr.in Isabel Haider-Strutz

2SWS
2ECTS
22
Introducion to Scientific Study ILV

Introducion to Scientific Study ILV

Lector: Mag.a Bettina Hojdelewicz

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Ethics and Transcultural Nursing ILV

Ethics and Transcultural Nursing ILV

Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Barbara Riegler

2SWS
2ECTS
22
Basics of Communication and Conflict Resolution ILV

Basics of Communication and Conflict Resolution ILV

Lector: Mag. Martin Salvenmoser

2SWS
2ECTS
22
Family and Community Care ILV

Family and Community Care ILV

Lector: Mag.a Andrea Daia, MSc, Raphael Schönborn, MA

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Communication in Special Settings UE

Communication in Special Settings UE

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Skills Training: Basal Stimulation and Bobath-concept UE

Skills Training: Basal Stimulation and Bobath-concept UE

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

2SWS
2ECTS
22
Geriatrics and Gerontopsychiatry VO

Geriatrics and Gerontopsychiatry VO

Lector: Dr.in Isabel Haider-Strutz

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Gerontology and Geriatric Care ILV

Gerontology and Geriatric Care ILV

Lector: Mag.a Daniela Vitek, BSc MSc

2SWS
2ECTS
22
History of Health Care ILV

History of Health Care ILV

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Clinical Internship 2 PR

Clinical Internship 2 PR

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc

0SWS
9ECTS
09
Palliative Care ILV

Palliative Care ILV

Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Sabine Schweiger

2SWS
2ECTS
22
Nursing care in context with diagnostics and therapy 2 UE

Nursing care in context with diagnostics and therapy 2 UE

Lector: Johanna Binder, BSc MSc, Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Internship 2 - Introduction and overview ILV

Internship 2 - Introduction and overview ILV

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

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Scientific writing PR

Scientific writing PR

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc, Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc

1SWS
1ECTS
11

LectureSWSECTS
Selected Illnesses including diagnostics and therapy 2 VO

Selected Illnesses including diagnostics and therapy 2 VO

Lector: Dr. Winfried Hartl, MR Dr. Robert März, Dr. Atrin Ramasani

3.5SWS
3.5ECTS

Lecture contents

Diseases and disorders, including their causes, symptoms, diagnostics, therapy, prognosis with a focus on surgery, paediatrics and gynecology
Surgical interventions in diseases
> of the cardiovascular system:
- Congenital heart disease / acquired heart valve defects
- pericardial diseases
- diseases of the arteries and veins
- surgical procedures
> of the respiratory system
- abnormalities
- non-tumor diseases (aspiration, atelectasis)
- tumors
- thoracic injuries
- surgical procedures
> of the digestive tract
- congenital abnormalities
- esophageal and gastric diseases
- intestinal diseases, peritoneal diseases
- liver, biliary and pancreatic diseases
- surgical procedures
- bariatric surgery
> of the metabolism and endocrine system
- pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal cortex
- surgical procedures on the thyroid
> of the musculoskeletal system:
- traumatic impairments
- congenital abnormalities
- surgical procedures

Surgical interventions in diseases
> female reproductive organs:
- tubes and ovaries, uterus, vulva and vagina, mammae
- surgical procedures

Pediatric interventions in diseases:
Pediatrics and child health - introduction:
- therapeutic team, conversation with parents, common problems in pediatrics – the crying baby, sleep problems, nutritional problems, unwanted behaviors
 pediatric consultation (medical history, internal examinations, development status, milestones, etc.)
 prepartial diagnostics - exemplary presentation of the treatment path
 the child with congenital abnormalities - overview of the most important congenital abnormalities; treatment path shown by the example of a congenital heart defect
 the premature baby with hyperbilirubinemia
 the suddenly critically ill newborn in the hospital and at home, e.g. sepsis
> The child with
- respiratory disease - acute laryngitis, cystic fibrosis;
- acute abdominal pain
- with acute intestinal infection - risk of dehydration - food management (nutritional and fluid requirements newborn to schoolchild)
- Down syndrome - overview of the most common genetic diseases; treatment path exemplified
- seizures – using the example of epilepsy and febrile convulsion
 The oncologically ill child - overview of the most important childhood tumors; treatment path using the example of leukemia
 Endangerment of children welfare - causes, effects using the example of neglect, ill-treatment, abuse; obesity; teenage pregnancy

Assessment methods

End of course written or oral exam

Teaching methods

Predominantly presentation methods

Language

German

3.53.5
Introduction to Nursing Science and Health Care Research ILV

Introduction to Nursing Science and Health Care Research ILV

Lector: Mag.a Daniela Vitek, BSc MSc

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

- knowledge sources in nursing
- nursing Science / research: definition and subject area
- historical, national and international digression into the development of nursing science & nursing research
- areas of nursing research
- research approaches (overview)
- research process
- ethical aspects of nursing research

Assessment methods

End of course written or oral exam

Teaching methods

Predominantly active methods

Language

German

11
Specialised English and Working with Specialised English Textbooks UE

Specialised English and Working with Specialised English Textbooks UE

Lector: Mag.a Eva Linton-Kubelka, M.A.

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

- Common terminology in nursing and health care
- Summing up and analyzing specialist literature in English
- Advanced communication skills with regard to scientific discourse

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment

Teaching methods

Predominantly active methods

Language

English

11
Skills Training: Wound Management UE

Skills Training: Wound Management UE

Lector: Johanna Binder, BSc MSc, Mag.a Daniela Vitek, BSc MSc

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Through exercises, students deepen the practical handling of the following topics:
- general dressing techniques: bandage dressings, gauze dressings, net dressings
- principles of wound management: types of wounds, wound healing phases, wound assessment, principles of wound treatment, wound documentation
- factors influencing wound healing
- dressing materials
- chronic wounds
- stoma care

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment

Teaching methods

Predominantly active methods

Language

German

11
Health-promoting, Occupation-specific Ergonomics UE

Health-promoting, Occupation-specific Ergonomics UE

Lector: Marianne Dunst, MSc.

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

- explanation of the term body perception (body image and body work) and ergonomics
- physiological principles of the body and movement
- principles, tools and aids of ergonomics
- adaptation of the environment (living space and workplace) to ergonomic requirements
- pathological changes in ergonomics (stress limits, movement restrictions, asymmetries)
- balancing preventive and health-promoting offers (stabilization, stretching, relaxation, positioning, respiration, etc.)
- measures of the new back school, psycho-social aspects of chronic back pain, goals and contents of the preventive back school

Assessment methods

End of course written or oral exam

Teaching methods

Predominantly active methods

Language

German

11
Health Promotion and Illness Prevention ILV

Health Promotion and Illness Prevention ILV

Lector: Marianne Dunst, MSc.

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

- health concepts and different perspectives in the understanding of health
- dimensions of health
- factors influencing health: health resources and risks, personal health factors
- health theories and concepts
- prevention: classification of prevention measures by time (primary, secondary and tertiary prevention), objective (behavioral and proportional prevention) and methods
- implementation of prevention measures in the care target groups (all ages)
- health promotion: core elements and approaches to health promotion acc. WHO (World Health Organization), concrete health promotion projects (national and international);
- implementation of health promotion among the care target groups
- public health (surveys) – general health targets
- health literacy
- settings-specific tasks of nursing in health promotion, prevention and public health
- occupational medicine: tasks, goals, employee protection law, occupational safety

Assessment methods

End of course written or oral exam

Teaching methods

Predominantly active methods

Language

German

22
Pediatric Nursing ILV

Pediatric Nursing ILV

Lector: Mag. Eva-Maria Freiheim, 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

22
Clinical Internship 3 PR

Clinical Internship 3 PR

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Mag.a Daniela Vitek, BSc 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

010
Health Care in Special Situations 1 ILV

Health Care in Special Situations 1 ILV

Lector: Mag.a Bettina Hojdelewicz, Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc

3SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

All teaching contents are special care measures for certain diseases, which are given by way of example. Current medical findings and further developments are to be considered accordingly. Special care requires basic understanding of nursing and knowledge of the disease and focuses on complementary, special observation, preventive measures, creating care plans, advisory function and competencies of cooperation in medical diagnostic and therapeutic measures.
All of the following nursing focuses should be linked to (evidence-based) nursing science study results.
Nursing priorities in connection with diagnostics, conservative and operative therapy of patients with diseases of the immune system using the example:
- HIV and AIDS

Nursing priorities in connection with diagnostics, conservative and operative therapy of patients with metabolic diseases using the example:
- Diabetes mellitus type I and II
- Obesity

Nursing priorities in connection with diagnostics, conservative and operative therapy of patients with cardiovascular and vascular diseases using the example:
- Angina pectoris, myocardial infarction (including heart failure)
- Peripheral arterial disease
- Coronary bypass surgery, peripheral bypass surgery and amputation,

Nursing priorities in connection with diagnostics, conservative and operative therapy of patients with diseases of the endocrine system using the example:
- Thyroid: over- and under-function as well as special care and monitoring after thyroid surgery

Nursing priorities in connection with diagnostics, conservative and operative therapy of patients with diseases of the digestive system using the example:
> Acute and chronic inflammatory diseases e.g. ulcer, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, pancreatitis
> Gastrointestinal carcinoma
> Pancreatic carcinoma
> Cirrhosis
- Acute emergencies e.g.: ileus, peritonitis
- Ileostomy care
Nursing priorities in connection with diagnostics, conservative and operative therapy of patients with diseases of the respiratory system using the example:
- COPD
- Bronchial asthma
- Special care and monitoring in the case of lung surgery incl. pleural effusion, pneumothorax, thoracic drainage
The general peri- (pre-, intra- and post-) operative care situation of all age groups:
- definition of terms (peri-, pre-, intra- and postoperative care, nursing consultation, consent to surgery and anesthesia, etc.)
- general perioperative (including pre- and postoperative) care
- intraoperative care in the operating room and anesthesia area
- postoperative care in the recovery room / IMC / intensive care unit and in the inpatient area
- drainage
- postoperative complications e.g. thrombosis, pulmonary embolism

Assessment methods

End of course written or oral exam

Teaching methods

Predominantly active methods

Language

German

33
Health Care Epidemiology ILV

Health Care Epidemiology ILV

Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Elisabeth Haslinger-Baumann

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

- disambiguation of epidemiology including purpose and application
- basic epidemiological terms such as frequency measures, effect dimensions, etc.
- study designs in epidemiology
- use of epidemiology in health policy and health planning

Assessment methods

End of course written or oral exam

Teaching methods

Predominantly active methods

Language

German

11
Health Care Classification Systems and Information Technology in the Health Sector VO

Health Care Classification Systems and Information Technology in the Health Sector VO

Lector: Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc, Eveline Prochaska, BSc MSc

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

- Historical Review of the development of classifications
- Conceptual clarification and construction principles of classification systems and nursing classifications as well as their requirements and goals
- Advanced Nursing Process (ANP) - the advanced, in-depth nursing process
- Nursing and affected classification systems (e.g., NANDA-I, NIC, NOC, ICNP®, ENP, LEP, ICD, ICF, SNOMED)
- National and international developments
- Conceptual clarification of Nursing Informatics
- Data protection and data security in health care
- Application forms of e-health: information, communication, interaction, transaction, integration of possibilities of electronic evaluation of care data (MNDS)

Assessment methods

End of course written or oral exam

Teaching methods

Predominantly presentation methods

Language

German

11
Pharmacology and Toxicology VO

Pharmacology and Toxicology VO

Lector: Mag. Andreas Zwiefler, aHPh

1.5SWS
1.5ECTS

Lecture contents

- pharmacology
- pharmacokinetics
- dosage forms and application options
- dose, effects, side effects
- labeling and storage of medicinal products
- drug groups: selected drugs for pain, sleep disorders, cardiovascular diseases, blood disorders, infectious diseases, digestive system disorders, hormonal imbalances, muscular-skeletal disorders, metabolic disorders, tumor diseases, disorders of the water and electrolyte balance
- introduction to toxicology

Assessment methods

End of course written or oral exam

Teaching methods

Predominantly presentation methods

Language

German

1.51.5
Internship 3 - Introduction and overview ILV

Internship 3 - Introduction and overview ILV

Lector: Johanna Binder, BSc MSc, Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc, MMag. Philipp Seitz, Mag.a Daniela Vitek, BSc MSc

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

11
Sexuality, Pregnancy, Birth, Confinement and Newborn Care ILV

Sexuality, Pregnancy, Birth, Confinement and Newborn Care ILV

Lector: Dr. Winfried Hartl, Irina Locher

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

11

LectureSWSECTS
Selected Illnesses including diagnostics and therapy 3 VO

Selected Illnesses including diagnostics and therapy 3 VO

Lector: Dr.in Sylvia Allen-Vassilev, Dr.in Ursula Goedl, Dr. Theresa Stockinger, Univ. Prof. Dr. Arnulf Thaler

3SWS
3ECTS
33
Skills Training: De-escalation UE

Skills Training: De-escalation UE

Lector: Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Clinical Internship 4 PR 010
Living with Chronic Illness ILV

Living with Chronic Illness ILV

Lector: Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc

2SWS
2ECTS
22
Multi-professional Case Studies UE

Multi-professional Case Studies UE

Lector: Claudia Chlebecek, MSc, Carmen Dorfmeister, BSc MSc, Mag.a Bettina Hojdelewicz, Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Health Care in Special Situations 2 ILV

Health Care in Special Situations 2 ILV

Lector: Mag.a Bettina Hojdelewicz, Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc

3SWS
3ECTS
33
Internship 4 - Introduction and overview ILV

Internship 4 - Introduction and overview ILV

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc, Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Psychiatric Nursing ILV

Psychiatric Nursing ILV

Lector: Carmen Dorfmeister, BSc MSc

2SWS
2ECTS
22
EBN-Fundamentals PR 11
EBN-Application SE

EBN-Application SE

Lector: Johanna Binder, BSc MSc, Mag.a Bettina Hojdelewicz

1SWS
3ECTS
13
Quantitative and qualitative Research ILV

Quantitative and qualitative Research ILV

Lector: Mag.a Dr.in Simone Grandy

2SWS
2ECTS
22
Statistics UE

Statistics UE

Lector: MMag. Gerald Käfer-Schmid, Bakk., MSc

1SWS
1ECTS
11

LectureSWSECTS
Skills Training: Complementary Care UE

Skills Training: Complementary Care UE

Lector: Mag.a Monika Mayer, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Sabine Schweiger

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

> Definitions of aroma care and aromatherapy
> Safety in the use of aroma care products
> Aroma care and quality standards in health care and nursing
> Fundamentals of essential oils, fatty vegetable oils and hydrolates
> Implementation of aroma care in institutions
> Aroma care in the context of evidence based practice

> Disambiguation of therapeutic touch, complementary methods and energy medicine
> Nursing theory according to Martha Rogers
> Scientific developments of therapeutic touch based on national and international studies

Through practical exercises the students deepen the practical handling of the following main topics:
- Nursing intervention therapeutic touch - systematic structure and procedure of the therapeutic touch
- Application forms of aroma care in a professional setting
- Independent application of the aroma care in the context of nursing core competences

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment

Teaching methods

Predominantly active methods

Language

German

11
Skills Training: Monitoring UE

Skills Training: Monitoring UE

Lector: Markus Wohlmannstetter, MSc

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

- Through practical exercises, students deepen the practical handling of the following topics:
- Handling monitors
- Monitoring cardiovascular function: ECG monitoring, CVP measurement, indirect (apparative) and direct (intra-arterial) blood pressure measurement, arterial puncture of the radial artery, extended hemodynamic monitoring (e.g. CO, SV, EF, SvO2, etc.), administration of whole blood / blood components and near-patient blood group examination by means of Bedsite Test
- Respiratory function monitoring: apparative monitoring (e.g. pulse oximetry, respiration, CO2 monitoring), blood gas analysis, aspiration (endotracheal tube, tracheostomy tube, oro-, naso-tracheal, open / closed aspiration system), basics of mechanical ventilation

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment

Teaching methods

Predominantly active methods

Language

German

11
Clinical Internship 5 PR

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

013
Clinical Internship 6 PR

Clinical Internship 6 PR

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc, Johanna Binder, BSc MSc, Carmen Dorfmeister, BSc MSc, Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc, Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc, Anja Katharina Patschka, BA MSc, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Barbara Riegler, Mag.a Daniela Vitek, BSc 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

013
Internship 5 - Introduction and overview ILV

Internship 5 - Introduction and overview ILV

Lector: Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc, Anja Katharina Patschka, BA 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

11
Internship 6 - Introduction and overview ILV

Internship 6 - Introduction and overview ILV

Lector: Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, 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

11

LectureSWSECTS
Counseling Internship PR

Counseling Internship PR

Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Roswitha Engel

0SWS
1ECTS
01
Basics and Methods of Counseling ILV

Basics and Methods of Counseling ILV

Lector: Mag.a Andrea Alder, MBA, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Roswitha Engel, Mag.a Astrid Sobczak

3SWS
3ECTS
33
Case and Caremanagement ILV

Case and Caremanagement ILV

Lector: Mag.a Petra Hellmich

2SWS
2ECTS
22
Health Care Systems, Management and Organisation ILV

Health Care Systems, Management and Organisation ILV

Lector: Josef Haunschmid

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Clinical Care Research SE

Clinical Care Research SE

Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Elisabeth Haslinger-Baumann

2SWS
4ECTS
24
Clinical Internship 7 PR

Clinical Internship 7 PR

Lector: Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc

0SWS
11ECTS
011
Specific Care of Pediatric Patients SE

Specific Care of Pediatric Patients SE

Lector: Hans Peter Köllner, Bsc MSc

2SWS
4ECTS
24
Specific Care of Psychiatric Patients SE

Specific Care of Psychiatric Patients SE

Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Barbara Riegler

2SWS
4ECTS
24
Internship 7 - Introduction and overview ILV

Internship 7 - Introduction and overview ILV

Lector: Armin Autz, BA MSc, Gabriela Ludwig-Radinger, MSc, Mag.a Daniela Vitek, BSc MSc

1SWS
1ECTS
11
Knowledge, Quality and Project Management ILV

Knowledge, Quality and Project Management ILV

Lector: Philipp Gallistl, BSc, MSc

2SWS
2ECTS
22
Specific Care for Patient Groups with Health Problems (Bachelor Thesis) SE 25

Semester dates
Winter semester: 2nd September 2020 to 31st January 2021
Summer semester: 17th February 2021 to 9th July 2021

Number of teaching weeks
18 per semester, including 46 weeks clinical internship

Times
Mon to Fri, 8.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m.

Language of instruction
German


How you benefit

You will work with healthy and sick people and assist them in regaining or maintaining their abilities to engage in physical, mental and social activities. Your field of activity will therefore include the care and support of people of all ages suffering from physical and mental illnesses. You will counsel healthy and sick people and their families and work in health preservation, promotion or prevention. You have many options in general health care and nursing: in the inpatient sector for internal medicine or surgery, which includes hospital wards from various fields such as gynecology, oncology, urology, orthopedics, accident surgery. You also work in outpatient and day-patient sectors such as day wards or in the outpatient sector. These are general occupations. If you want to specialize, with additional qualifications you can also follow a career in the intensive care, anesthesia or OR sectors.

Your future career

As an expert in health care and nursing, you will perform individual-, organization- and society related tasks. You will work directly with patients/clients and relatives in different care settings, make evaluations, ensure care organization and quality management and work in counseling, prevention and health promotion. A wide variety of opportunities will be open to you:

  • hospitals
  • nursing homes and centers
  • rehabilitation centers
  • hospices
  • day centers
  • mobile nursing and care services
  • health and social centers
  • supervised communities
  • national and private social insurance bodies
  • public medical services
  • In training, teaching and further education institutions for nursing and health professions, kindergartens and schools as well as adult education institutions
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • IT documentation of the public health system

Master's degree program

Advanced Nursing Counseling

Master course for advanced professional training, part-time

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Advanced Nursing Education

Master course for advanced professional training, part-time

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Advanced Nursing Practice – focus on nursing management

Master course for advanced professional training, part-time

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Health Assisting Engineering

Master, part-time

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Admission

Admission requirements

  • Higher education entrance qualification:
    • School leaving certificate from a secondary school or a secondary technical school.
    • Secondary school vocational certificate (Berufsreifeprüfung)
    • Equivalent certification from abroad

Equivalence is determined by international agreements, validation or in individual cases a decision by the head of the academic section.

> Completed training in geriatric or nursing care, social service care, massage therapy: German, Biology and English 1

> Diploma in medical technology services: English 1

> College for social services and commercial professions: Biology, English 1

> Apprenticeship groups such as optometrist, orthotist, pharmacist, massage therapist and orthopedic technician: German, Biology, and English 1

Proof of English proficiency of level 1 must be provided by the beginning of the degree program.
Individual cases are decided by the head of the academic sector.

Application

In the bachelor's degree programme in Health and Nursing, 460 places are available annually, 316 of which are available in the winter semester at all locations and 144 in the summer semester at selected cooperation locations. The ratio of places to applicants* is currently about 1:2.

To apply you will require the following documents:

  • Birth certificate
  • Proof of citizenship
  • School leaving certificate / university entrance qualification examination (Studienberecthigungsprüfung) / verification of professional qualifications
  • CV in table form

Please note:

It is not possible to save incomplete online applications. You must complete your application in one session. Your application will be valid as soon as you upload all of the required documents and certificates. In the event that some documents (e.g. references) are not available at the time you apply, you may submit these later via email, mail or in person by no later than the start of the degree program.

Admission procedure

Due to the current Covid-19 measures, oral interviews via online video conference will be held from May 2020 Applicants will be informed about the individual interview date by e-mail.

  • Aim
    The aim is to ensure places are offered to those persons who complete the multi-level admission procedure with the best results. The tests are designed to assess the skills needed for an applicant's chosen profession.  
  • Procedure
    Due to the current Covid-19 measures there will no written test , oral interviews via online video conference will be held from May 2020 Applicants will be informed about the individual interview date by e-mail. The interview provides a first impression of the applicant's personal suitability. This includes professional motivation, professional understanding, performance, problem-solving skills and a capacity for careful consideration.
  • Criteria
    The criteria for acceptance are based solely on performance.
    The geographical origin of the applicant has no influence on the admission decision.
    The admission requirements must be met in all cases.
    The admission committee (which comprises, among others, the head of the academic section and representatives of the teaching staff) awards places to the applicants who score highest in the tests.

Dates

Dates for the computer-assisted admission test:

  • 8th April 2021
  • 9th April 2021
  • 5th May 2021
  • 6th May 2021

Participation in the entrance test is without exception by appointment only.

The interviews will take place in the time span of 12th April to 31st May 2021 at the respective study locations.

Degree Program in Cooperation with Vienna Healthcare Group, Barmherzige Brüder Vienna and Vinzentinum

Since fall 2014 the Vinzenz Group with its Campuses in Linz, Ried and Vienna have been training students as part of the bachelor's degree program in Health Care and Nursing. Currently the cooperation with FH Campus Wien is being implemented at the Vinzentinum Campus in Vienna.

In fall 2015, the Vienna Healthcare Group - Campus Favoriten and the Vienna Healthcare Group - Campus Donaustadt of the Vienna Healthcare Group converted their internship positions to study places for the bachelor's degree program in Health Care and Nursing. Vienna Healthcare Group supplemented the offer of education through studies with places at the Vienna Healthcare Group - Campus Floridsdorf.

At the Nursing Academy of the Barmherzige Brüder Vienna there is also the possibility to study Health Care and Nursing.
The Vienna Healthcare Group, Barmherzige Brüder and Vinzentinum campuses will adopt the curriculum of FH Campus Wien. FH Campus Wien is responsible for the quality assurance and coordination of the training at all campuses.

Teachers from the Vienna Healthcare Group, Barmherzige Brüder and Vinzentinum campuses, all of whom are qualified in accordance with the AQ Austria standard, will provide most of the on-site training.
Students will complete their internships at the hospitals and health care facilities of the Vienna Healthcare Group, Barmherzige Brüder Vienna and Vinzentinum. Approximately fifteen percent of the degree program courses will be held at the main campus of FH Campus Wien in order to promote the sharing and development of a professional community. Cross-site research projects are also planned.

Study places/year

Main campus FH Campus Wien50
Campus Vinzentinum Vienna26
Vienna Healthcare Group - Campus Donaustadt 

72 (WiSe)
36 (SoSe)

Vienna Healthcare Group - Campus Favoriten72 (WiSe)
72 (SoSe)
Vienna Healthcare Group - Campus Floridsdorf72 (WiSe)
36 (SoSe)
Campus Barmherzige Brüder Vienna24

Contact

Secretary's office

Carina Böckle, BA
Claudia Meyer
Heidi Schöngrundner (maternity leave)

Mag.a Tamara Rechberger
Tamara Zimmermann, BA
Favoritenstraße 226, D.3.27
1100 Vienna
T: +43 1 606 68 77-4000
F: +43 1 606 68 77-4009 
pflege@fh-campuswien.ac.at

Office hours
Mon, Wed, Fri, 8.00 a.m.-1.00 p.m.
Tue, 8.00 a.m.-3.30 p.m
Thu, 8.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m

Mag.a Kameliya Tsvetkova
Assistance
Favoritenstraße 226, D.3.22
1100 Wien
T: +43 1 606 68 77-4020
F: +43 1 606 68 77-4009
kameliya.tsvetkova@fh-campuswien.ac.at

Daniela Jagl
Assistance
D.3.22
T: +43 1 606 68 77-4008
F: +43 1 606 68 77-4009
daniela.jagl@fh-campuswien.ac.at

Verena Geißler-Matejik, BA (maternity leave)
Assistance
D.3.28
P: +43 1 606 68 77-4008
F: +43 1 606 68 77-4009
verena.geiszler-matejik@fh-campuswien.ac.at

Teaching Staff and Research Staff

Contact Campus Vinzentinum

Campus Vinzentinum Wien

Head

Birgit Weinrich, MSc
birgit.weinrich@bhs.at

Secretary's office

Elisabeth Tauber
Vera Schopf

Stumpergasse 13
1060 Vienna
T: +43 1 59988-3647
F: +43 1 59988-4049
pflege_1060@fh-campuswien.ac.at

Contact Wiener Gesundheitsverbund

Vienna Healthcare Group, care management, training

Coordinator of the degree programs of the Vienna Healthcare Group Campus

Mag.a Angelika Obermayr

Vienna Healthcare Group, Directorate-General
Thomas-Klestil-Platz 7/1
1030 Viena

Vienna Healthcare Group - Campus Donaustadt

Head

Michaela Dorfmeister, MBA
michaela.dorfmeister@gesundheitsverbund.at

Secretary's office

Annemarie Oswald
Andrea Steinbauer 

Langobardenstraße 122
1220 Vienna
T: +43 1 28802-5308
F: +43 1 28802-5309
pflege_1220@fh-campuswien.ac.at

Vienna Healthcare Group - Campus Floridsdorf

Head

Mag.a Michaela Bilir
michaela.bilir@akhwien.at

Sekretariat

Karin Klucsarits
Floridsdorfer Hauptstraße 1
1210 Wien
T: +43 1 40400-74450
F: +43 1 40400 74440
pflege_1210@fh-campuswien.ac.at

 

Vienna Healthcare Group - Campus Favoriten

Head

Mag.a Susanne Fesl, MSc
susanne.fesl@gesundheitsverbund.at

Secretary's office

Gabriele Kofler
Gabriele Winkelmüller

Kundratstraße 3
1100 Vienna
T: +43 1 60191-5008
F: +43 1 60191-5009
pflege_1100@fh-campuswien.ac.at

Contact Campus Barmherzigen Brüder Vienna

Barmherzige Brüder Wien

Head

Mag.a Barbara Zinka
barbara.zinka@bbwien.at

Secretary's office

Birgit Ott, BA
Johannes von Gott Platz 1
1020 Vienna
T: +43 1 21121-1310
F: +43 1 21121-1315
pflege_1020@fh-campuswien.ac.at