Philosophy of Care and Process Model (MDAK_324)
To provide the opportunity of acquiring knowledge of the process model to ensure the planning and implementation of evidence-based patient care in a multicultural environment. To develop the ability to critically assess the clinical situation, identify and articulate care problems in conformity with patient needs, identify care goals and priorities, plan care, describe care solutions, and educate the patient.
Propaedeutics, general pathology, pathological physiology, anatomy, pharmacology, interpersonal communication in health care.
Upon completion of the study course, students will have acquired basic knowledge of philosophy of care, in-depth knowledge and understanding of patient care problems and care characteristics in patients with different health disorders and intercultural communication in the multicultural environment.
Upon completion of the study course, students will be able to identify and formulate care problems, justify the proposed care problems and their solution. They will have developed critical thinking for autonomous decision making in a multicultural environment with a diversity of patients in different situations.
Upon completion of the study course, students will have developed professional competence in identifying and solving care problems, will be able to assess the clinical situation and apply a systematic approach to patient care, applying care philosophy, formulating care problems, planning care, describing care activities and patient education.