Faculties and centres
Like the rest of the PRACTICUM subjects of the Degree in Nursing, this subject is taken in public and private health centres, where the student will be able to acquire the specific skills that will accredit him/her as a professional nurse.
The main difference between this practicum and the rest carried out in previous courses lies in the degree of specialisation of the same, since it is a question of training the student in the application of care in specific situations and with a high degree of complexity that usually appears in patients admitted to so-called special units.
This subject is directly linked to the theoretical subject that receives the same name and that is necessary to know in order to apply in practice the theoretical knowledge learned in the classroom through seminars and theoretical classes.
This is a compulsory practical assignment which, due to its specificity and degree of complexity, requires prior theoretical and practical knowledge taught in previous courses.
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Specific Competences (CE)
General Competences of the Degree Course (CG):>>Nursing sciences module
Specific transversal competences of the degree course :>>Foreign language proficiency
Specific transversal competences of the degree course :>>IT and information competences
Specific transversal competences of the degree course:>>Oral and written communication competences
1.1.2. Identify situations in which the nurse should provide information to facilitate decision-making.
1.2.1. Ensure the respect and privacy of the person.
1.2.3Apply individualized care taking into account different cultures, ages and values.
1.2.4. Act according to the deontological code of ethics of the profession and the ethical principles related to the rights of external and internal clients in their professional and personal behaviour on a daily basis.
1.3.1.Protect the safety of the person.
1.3.2.Show responsibility, initiative and willingness at work.
2.1.1. Identify different forms of communication that are established between the people involved in the care activities (professional-professional, professional-family, professional-patient, family-patient, between family members,...).
2.1.2. Observe the different models of work organization and identify the members of the team.2.1.3.
Acquire and strengthen the use of professional terminology.
2.2.3.Use correct spelling and written expression in all practicum evaluation documents.
2.2.4. Include the person and the family in the provision of basic care, explaining the objectives to be achieved and helping them to learn the procedure.
2.2.5. Transmit to the team members the relevant information obtained about the person or family.
2.3.1. Compare opinions on the patient's care
2.3.2. Maintain an active listening attitude with the person/family/group.
3.2.1. Assess assigned patients.
3.2.2. Use specific assessment instruments.
3.2.3. Present and communicate clinical information in an appropriate manner (only evaluable if the student presents work in substitution of care plans).
4.1.1.. To identify the main health alterations of the patient and their associated risk factors.
4.2.1. State, classify and prioritize the health problems detected, taking into account the needs of the person.
4.2.2.Present and communicate clinical information in an appropriate manner (only if the student presents a job in substitution of the plan of care).
5.1.1 Use the relevant data of the person to start the care planning.
5.2.1. Program the most appropriate objectives for the nurse's diagnosis and the person's context.
5.2.2. Select the appropriate intervention(s) for the health problem.
5.2.3. Apply correctly the interventions required by the person.
5.2.4. Properly record the plan of care.
6.2.2. Make the continuity of care report of the persons assigned.
6.2.3. Elaborate the care plans maintaining the coherence between the assessment, the planning and the evolution of the patient.
7.1.1. Identify the quality evaluation mechanisms used in the practice unit.
7.2.3. Apply care taking into account the cost-benefit ratio.
8.2.1. Support and justify their interventions in the scientific evidence.
8.2.2. Perform a critical reading of an article related to topics applied to clinical practice.
8.3.1. Develop the care process from the perspective of critical thinking.