The aim of this course is to provide the student with the skill to apply psychiatric nursing theory into the clinical setting.
Issues in regional and global practice and developments related to psychiatric nursing are oriented to meet the individual student needs.
Issues in regional and global practice and developments related to nursing management are oriented to meet individual student needs.
Symptoms, aetiology and epidemiology of mental disorders, types of treatment for mental illness, nursing care process for patients with mental illness.
The aim of this course is to improve the students' leadership and management skills related to the implementation of the data collection, planning, organization, directing and control phases of the management process.
This course aims to provide the students with the capacity to discuss basic definitions and historical development of public health and public health nursing concepts, the role of the public health nurse, economic and cultural factors that affect health, environmental health issues, public health policies and various organizational models regarding the provision of health services.
The aim of this course is to provide the students with knowledge and skills in the subjects of public health nursing process, home care, community mental health, health education and promotion of health, adult health in the global setting and in Türkiye, women’s health, pediatric and school health, health of the adolescent and the elderly, occupational health nursing, nutritional habits of the community, poverty and health, inequalities in healt
This course discusses basic principles of epidemiology, application areas of epidemiological methods, data collection instruments, reporting and surveillance systems, infectious disease epidemiology, epidemiological criteria, field research, case control studies, cross-sectional studies, cohort studies and intervention studies.
In this course, it is aimed for the student to develop his/her philosophy of nursing education, and achieve information, skill and attitude related to the principles, methods and planning that are used in the education of ‘Fundamentals of Nursing’. Within the scope of the course, nursing education with its historical development process, the philosophy of education, philosophy of nursing education, development of training programs, The Course of Fundamentals of Nursing, training methods and techniques, properties of the trainer, methods for the evaluation of success, and clinical practices are focused on.
In this course, it is aimed for the student to understand the concept of ethics in nursing, its principles, declarations, laws and regulations, development process of ethics in nursing, ethics of nursing care, ethical dimension of researches and publications, properties of ethical dilemmas, the process of making ethical decisions. In the course, concepts related to ethics, bioethics, health ethics, ethical values in nursing, development of ethics in nursing, ethics of care, national/international declarations, laws and regulations related to nursing, ethical principles in nursing, research and publication ethics, properties of ethical dilemmas and the process of ethical decision making are focused on
Intensive care team and nursing, intensive care unit (ICU) environment, the effects of ICU environment on the patient and family, patient care quality and safety, family-centered care, end-of-life care, rapid response team and code management, basic and advanced life support, sedation and delirium management, organ donation, ethical and legal issues and cultural diversity in ICU
In this course, students will gain the skills to provide quality and comprehensive nursing care and conduct fast and accurate evaluation based on the priorities of critical patients who have alterations in their body system functions and monitored with different invasive or non-invasive methods and different technological devices in life-threatening acute conditions.
Pain management, assessment, treatment and nursing care of fluid and electrolyte imbalances, acute respiratory failures and ventilatory assistance; cardiovascular alterations, gastrointestinal alterations, acute kidney failure, nervous system alterations, endocrine alterations, shock, sepsis, Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome in the critically ill adult patients
The methods used in the monitoring, diagnosis and treatment of adult patients in intensive care unit (ICU): Patient monitoring and hemodynamic monitorization modalities, electrocardiography (ECG), monitoring nutritional status, hemofiltration, dialysis and intraaortic balloon pump, wound care and new technological advances in daily ICU clinical practices
This course provides theory and technical skills to take history of the patients with holistic approach, to perform comprehensive health and physical assessment and interpret normal and abnormal assessment findings.
The science of pharmacology, the principles of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics, most common used drug classifications, the action and effects of medications, management and administration of medications in intensive care unit
Pathological changes at the cellular level, disease development and prevalence, changes in all tissue and organ systems in diseases and the mechanisms of pathological processes, signs and symptoms of diseases and diagnostic tests
Discussion of new developments and practices on intensive care nursing in the world and in our country in line with the individual needs of the student.
The student is expected to conduct original scientific research in a specific field of expertize and submit the final report in thesis format.
In this course the student will develop the skills to apply nursing theories into practice, learn the epistemology and ontology of nursing, conduct literature reviews, and prepare critiques.
In this course the student willdiscuss the scientific evolution of nursing, philosophies of nursing theorists, nursing models, and explain the state of nursing over time.
Students will develop the skills and knowledge to apply nursing models into the fields of nursing education, management, practice and research, critically evaluate the models and conduct a clinical study based on a nursing model.