Placement I (MDAK_120)
1st year students refine and strengthen the theoretical knowledge and practical skills, including basic needs of patients and clients, in accordance with the principles of professional ethics, professional standards in nursing and the first academic year program.
Anatomy, physiology and pathological physiology, pharmacology, medical ethics, clinical care basics, introduction of infection control, first aid.
Assurance and assessment of a healthy and sick client/patient basic needs; importance of aseptic and antiseptics and their application in practice; the patient's self-care deficit levels ensuring the patient's physiological needs.
Practical skills that are necessary for the patient's physiological basic needs, including: NI prevention, comfort and security, all kinds of hygiene procedures, the patient's bed-making, patient feeding, the patient's excreta collection and disinfection measures, patient transport bed, space and the environment, consistent with safety and ergonomics the basic principles.
The ability to use and evaluate appropriate clinical procedures, medical devices and other activities, to ensure optimum patient care.
Study course planning
|Study programme||Study semester||Program level||Study course category||Lecturers||Schedule|
|Nursing Studies, MZF||2||Bachelor’s||Required||Eva Cela, Aelita Vagale, Lilija Antoņēviča|
|Nursing, ĀSNMZF||2||Bachelor’s||Required||Eva Cela|
|Midwifery, MZFVb||2||Bachelor’s||Required||Laila Laganovska, Ilze Ansule|