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DEGREE IN NURSING

Code:
 C351

Credits:
 240
 
Publication date:
 22/03/2012

Title:
 Undergraduate 3-5 years (ECTS)
 
Fee:
 23,15
 1st-registration credits
 

FIELD OF STUDY

Health Sciences

SYLLABUS

DEGREE IN NURSING

TYPE OF EDUCATION

Face-to-face

LANGUAGE / S THAT IS OFFERED

Valencian
Spanish

CENTRES WHERE IT IS TAUGHT

Faculty of Sciences of the Health

PROGRAMME JOINTLY SHARED WITH

Only taught at this university

EXAMINATION DATES

Enter the list of examination dates for this graduate programme.

SYLLABUS OFFERED

Initial node:
 

Legend: Not offeredNo teaching
FIRST YEAR
CURS D'ADAPTACIÓ PER A DIPLOMATS/ADES EN INFERMERIA
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
FOURTH YEAR

 

AIMS

 

The aims of this course are described in Ministerial Order CIN/213/2008 of 3 July, establishing the requirements for the recognition of official university degrees qualifying their holders as Professional Nurses.

Graduates must:

1. Be capable of providing technical and professional healthcare in accordance with patients’ needs, on the basis of available scientific knowledge and in compliance with the quality and security requirements established in the applicable legal and professional codes.

2. Plan and provide nursing care for persons, families and groups aimed at positive health outcomes, and evaluate the impact of the same using clinical and healthcare guidelines which describe the processes by means of which health problems are diagnosed, treated and cured.

3. Understand and be capable of applying the theoretical and methodological foundations and principles of nursing care.

4. Understand interactive human behaviour on the basis of gender, group or community, within a social  and multicultural context.

5. Design healthcare systems for persons, families and groups, evaluating results and making the necessary amendments on the basis of same.

6. Base healthcare decisions on scientific evidence and available resources.

7. Understand persons as autonomous, independent individuals, without recourse to preconceptions and taking into account their physical, psychological and social aspects, ensuring respect for their opinions, beliefs and values, and guaranteeing their right to privacy through confidentiality and professional secrecy.

8. Promote and respect the patient’s right to participate in decision-making processes, on a basis of information, autonomy and informed consent and in accordance with the manner in which they experience their health-illness process.

9. Promote healthy living and self-care and support the application and maintenance of preventive and therapeutic behaviour.

10. Protect the health and welfare of persons, families and groups, guaranteeing their safety.

11. Establish an effective dialogue with patients, families, social groups and colleagues and promote health education .

12. Know and understand the ethical and professional codes of the Spanish nursing profession, including the ethical implications of healthcare processes in the context of a changing world.

13. Know and understand the principles of healthcare financing and use available resources in a suitable manner.

14. Establish mechanisms for the evaluation of situations, taking scientific-technical and quality aspects into account.

15. Be capable of working with the team of professionals forming the basic uni-, multi- and inter-disciplinary unit within which healthcare professionals and personnel operate.

16. Know and understand healthcare information systems.

17. Carry out nursing care taking a holistic approach to healthcare and involving multi-professional cooperation, coordination of procedures and healthcare continuity.

18. Manage strategies for the provision of comfort and symptom relief aimed at patients and their families through the application of palliative care, contributing to alleviate the situation of advanced and terminal patients and their families.

COMPETENCES


General Competences of the Degree Course (CG):

    Common basic training module

    • 1:Understand and identify the structure and function of the human body. Understand the molecular and physiological bases of cells and tissues.
    • 2:Understand the use and indications of health care products associated with nursing care.
    • 3:Understand the different groups of medicines, the principles for their authorisation, use and indications, and their mechanisms of action.
    • 4:Use of medicines, evaluating the expected benefits and the associated risks and/or effects derived from their administration and consumption.
    • 5:Understand and evaluate the nutritional needs of healthy individuals and those with health problems throughout their life cycle, to promote and reinforce healthy eating habits.
    • 6:Identify nutrients and foods in which they are found.
    • 7:Identify the most significant nutritional problems and select the appropriate dietary recommendations.
    • 8:Apply information and communication technologies and systems to health care.
    • 9:Understand physiopathological processes and their manifestations and the risk factors that determine health and/or illness at different stages of the life cycle.
    • 10:Identify the psychosocial responses of individuals to different health situations (in particular, illness and suffering), selecting the appropriate actions to provide help during the same.
    • 11:Establish an empathetic and respectful relationship with the patient and family, in accordance with the situation of the individual, health problem and stage of its development.
    • 12:Use strategies and skills that allow effective communication with patients, families and social groups, as well as expressing their concerns and interests.
    • 13:Recognise life-risking situations and know how to carry out basic and advanced life support manoeuvres.
    • 14:Understand and identify psychological and physical problems derived from gender violence to enable students to prevent, diagnose early, assist and rehabilitate victims of this kind of violence.

    Nursing sciences module

    • 15:Identify, integrate and relate the concept of health and caring from a historical viewpoint to understand the evolution of nursing care.
    • 16:Understand the evolution of the central concepts configuring nursing as a discipline from an ontological and epistemological viewpoint, as well as the most significant theoretical models, applying scientific methodology to the caring process and developing the corresponding care plans.
    • 17:Apply the nursing process to provide and guarantee the well-being, quality and safety of those being cared for.
    • 18:Understand and apply the principles that sustain integrated nursing care.
    • 19:Direct, evaluate and provide integrated nursing care for individuals, families and the communities.
    • 20:Capacity to describe the foundations of the primary level of health and the activities to be carried out to offer integrated nursing care to individuals, families and societies.
    • 21:Understand the function, activities and cooperative attitude that a professional needs to develop in a Primary Health Care team.
    • 22:Promote the participation of individuals, families and groups in their health-illness processes.
    • 23:Identify the factors related to health and contextual problems to attend individuals in situations of health and illness as components of a community.
    • 24:Identify and analyse the influence of internal and external factors on the health levels of individuals and groups.
    • 25:Apply all necessary methods and procedures in one's field to identify the most significant health problems in a community.
    • 26:Analyse statistical data referring to population studies, identifying the possible causes of health problems.
    • 27:Educate, facilitate and support the health and well-being of the members of a community whose lives are affected by problems associated with health, risk, illness, disability or death.
    • 28:Understand changes in the health of adults, identifying the manifestations that arise in the different stages.
    • 29:Identify the caring needs derived from health problems.
    • 30:Analyse data gathered during assessment, prioritise the problems of adult patients, establish and implement care plans and evaluate them.
    • 31:Carry out nursing care techniques and procedures, establishing a therapeutic relationship with the patient and their relatives.
    • 32:Select interventions aimed at treating or preventing problems associated with health deviations.
    • 33:Show a cooperative attitude with other team members.
    • 34:Identify the characteristics of women at different stages in their reproductive cycles and during the menopause and any alterations that may appear, providing the care required at each stage.
    • 35:Apply general care during the maternity process to facilitate the adaptation of women and the newborn to new demands and avoid complications.
    • 36:Understand the specific aspects of neonatal care.
    • 37:Identify the characteristics of the different stages of infancy and adolescence and the factors that condition the normal growth and development pattern.
    • 38:Understand the most frequent health problems in infancy and identify how they manifest themselves.
    • 39:Analyse child assessment data, identifying nursing problems and any complications that may arise.
    • 40:Apply nursing care techniques, establishing a therapeutic relationship with the children and their carers.
    • 41:Select interventions aimed at healthy and sick children, as well as those derived from diagnosis and treatment methods.
    • 42:Be able to offer health education to parents and/or primary carers.
    • 43:Understand the changes associated with the aging process and their repercussions on health.
    • 44:Identify the structural, functional, psychological and lifestyle modifications associated with the aging process.
    • 45:Understand the most frequent health problems of the elderly.
    • 46:Select care interventions aimed at treating or preventing health problems and adapt them to daily life using proximity and support resources for the elderly.
    • 47:Understand the Spanish Health Care System.
    • 48:Identify the characteristics of the executive function of nursing services and care management.
    • 49:Understand and be able to apply group management techniques.
    • 50:Understand the applicable legislation and the ethical and deontological code of Spanish nursing, inspired by the European code of nursing ethics and deontology.
    • 51:Provide care, guaranteeing the right to dignity, privacy, confidentiality and the capacity of patients and their families to make decisions.
    • 52:Individualise care according to age, gender, cultural differences, ethnic groups, beliefs and values.
    • 53:Understand the most relevant health problems at different stages of the life cycle, providing comprehensive and effective care, in the field of nursing.
    • 54:Understand palliative care and pain management to provide care that alleviates the situation of advanced and terminal patients.

    Supervised/clinical work experience module (CC)

    • 55:Pre-professional work experience in independent clinical rotation with a final assessment of competences, at the Health Centres, Hospitals and other care centres that allow the incorporation of professional values, care communication competences, critical reasoning, clinical management and critical judgement, integrating Nursing knowledge, skills and attitudes into professional practice, based on principles and values, associated with the competences described in the general aims and in the subjects making up the Qualification.

    Final project module

    • 56:Transversal subject whose work is carried out in association with different subjects.

Specific Competences (CE)

  • E-1:Understand statistics as applied to the Health Sciences.
  • E-2:Base the interventions of Health Science professionals on scientific evidence and the available resources.
  • E-3:Establish evaluation mechanisms, taking into account scientific, technical and quality aspects.
  • E-4 :Understand health care information systems.
  • E-5 :Apply the necessary methods and procedures in your field to identify health problems.
  • E-6 :Set out the overall sequence for the quantities and statistical study of the health of a population.
  • E-7 :Use computer resources to analyse questionnaires and other tools for evaluating the state of health of a population.
  • E-8 :Interpret and communicate the results of studies in the Health Sciences field.
  • E-9 :Promote healthy lifestyles, self-care, supporting the maintenance of preventive and therapeutic conduct.
  • E-10:Identify and use information competences through appropriate use of ICTs.
  • E-11:Critically assess the validity and usefulness of research.
  • E-12:Support a research question in Nursing.
  • E-13:Make an oral or written presentation of research results.
  • E-14:Be able to identify a health care process that affects a group of healthy or sick individuals.
  • E-15:Understand health problems associated with the selected group.
  • E-16:Identify their bio-psycho-social treatment on the basis of the best scientific evidence available.
  • E-17:Evaluate the results of applying the appropriate treatment.
  • E-18:Identify and understand the experience of suffering from a chronic process (or illness) and being dependent.
  • E-19:Capacity to make decisions in all fields of professional nursing activity.
  • E-20:Acquire specific knowledge of the most common pathologies, needed to promote the self-care of the patient/family in situations of illness.
  • E-21:Capacity to apply care provision knowledge (health care, teaching, research and management).
  • E-22:Capacity to lead, manage and work in groups.
  • E-23:Understand the general basic aspects of caring in critical situations throughout the life cycle.
  • E24:Relate one's knowledge of anatomy with practical nursing activities.

Specific transversal competences of the degree course :

    Foreign language proficiency

    • CT1:Read and understand texts in a foreign language.

    IT and information competences

    • CT2:Show computer and information system skills and abilities.

Specific transversal competences of the degree course:

    Oral and written communication competences

    • CT3:Show oral and written communication skills.

 

 

 

CREDITS

 

The Degree in Nursing at the University of Alicante consists of a total of 240 credits, taken over four academic years.  60 credits are taken each academic year, 30 each semester.  These credits represent all the theoretical and practical knowledge that students are expected to acquire.

 

In order to make the course compatible with other activities, students are allowed to take a part-time course consisting of 30 credits per academic year.

 

 

DISTRIBUTION OF CREDITS BY SUBJECT TYPE

 

Subject type

Credits

Core

60

Compulsory

78

Optional

12

Supervised clinical work experience

78

Final project

12

Total credits

240

 

GENERAL COURSE PROGRAMME

 

The course programme is structured around professional skills which will equip the student for professional practice as a Nurse responsible for general care.

The first year of studies leading to the Degree in Nursing has been designed in accordance with current legislation and includes 36 ECTS from the discipline of Health Sciences, comprising the subjects Human Anatomy, Biology, Statistics, Physiology, Biochemistry and Psychology.  The remaining 24 ECTS to complete the 60 core credits correspond to subject matter designed by the proponents with the following rationale:

IT systems, research and innovation in nursing.

This subject combines three professional skills: identifying and using IT skills through competent use of ICT, basing nursing interventions on scientific evidence and available resources, and understanding health IT systems.

This subject is fundamental in terms of promoting student autonomy and independent learning via the use of health information sources, critical selection and analysis of information retrieved and evaluation of applications in clinical practice.  The subject matter provides an introduction to the basic tools and strategies used, which is then developed further in other subjects included in the course programme.

The support role

Communication with patients and their families is one of the basic factors in satisfaction with health care.  This aspect is systematically undervalued in studies of perceptions of quality of health care.

Satisfaction with communication is an end in itself, and the scientific literature has consistently demonstrated that this is a fundamental determinant of patient compliance with health advice, and improves intuition and clinical diagnosis.

Physiopathology

The rationale for including Physiopathology in the core subjects is as follows:

1.- Among the basic professional skills which students are expected to acquire, according to Order CIN/2134/2008, are:

“To understand physiopathological processes and their symptoms; risk factors which determine states of health and illness at different stages throughout the life cycle”

“To understand the use of and indications for health products associated with nursing care”

We believe that the concurrent study of Physiopathology (describing the processes which lead to illness and the causes of the diversity of changes in health) and Physiology (describing how the different body systems function) will provide the student with a better understanding of changes to normal function in the human body throughout the life cycle.  Both subjects comprise the basis for the principles of nursing care studied throughout the Degree course.

2.- Since the incorporation of nursing studies into university education, previous and present course programmes have included Medical-Surgical Nursing as a core subject, proposing, among others, the following basic descriptors:

Physiopathology of the various changes to health; Processes leading to illness; Nursing technology in nursing care of individuals with medical-surgical problems.  These form the cornerstone of the knowledge necessary to understand changes in adult health, identifying the symptoms which may appear at different stages, identifying the care needs arising from health problems, implementing the techniques and procedures of nursing care and establishing a relationship with patients and their families.  All these professional skills have been defined as Nursing Science in the new Nursing studies degree document.

In the WHO recommendations on the training of health professionals, emphasis is given to an education in individual, public and community health for nurses as agents of health, and to the concept of nursing care as a process which begins with an understanding of humans and their bio-psycho-social condition.  The knowledge, attitudes and skills incorporated gradually onto the course from the second year onwards will move from a focus on health and healthy environments to states of illness, following an approach which emphasises health care throughout the life cycle, and the most common problems.

The course programme continues by examining specific nursing care, in Fundamentals of Nursing;

Fundamentals of Nursing

Learning the fundamentals of nursing is an essential part of the training of future professionals, introducing the student to nursing theory and practice and explaining the function of nursing as a service profession and scientific discipline, thus contributing to a sense of personal responsibility to participate in the development of the profession.  The basic concepts of nursing include studying the evolution over time of care and the inherent anthropological nature of the process of satisfying human needs, whether on an individual, family or community level.

Using this structure as a basis, more specific knowledge related to the discipline is taught so that by the end of the second year the student will begin to acquire an integrated understanding of the problems associated with the process of illness and will gradually learn about the intervention procedures associated with different states of illness.

 The learning process ends with an examination of nursing care in critical and specific situations at the end of the life cycle. The methodology employed to facilitate acquisition of professional skills integrates theoretical, practical and clinical contents and, from the second year onwards, includes 50% of clinical work experience (supervised independent rotational clinical work experience in Health Centres, Hospitals and other care centres, with final assessment of professional skills).  Thus, the degree course complies both with the EU directive concerning regulated professions incorporated in Spanish law and published in the Official State gazette (BOE) of 20th November, 2008, and the 90 ECTS of supervised work experience/final project work established in Ministerial Order CIN/2134/2008. 

The final project must present a practical case study, enabling assessment of student ability to “be a nurse”, based on the degree objectives.  In the midst of nursing course programme reform and reformulation, it would seem appropriate to reflect on the limits and relationships to establish between nursing and other related fields in order to formalise integration of the knowledge referred to in the ministerial order.

 The Final Project Module consists of two subjects: “Final project methodology” and “Supervised work experience for the final project”.  Attendance-based training corresponds to between 10 and 20% of total activities, which mainly comprise:

-  Supervision by a university teacher.

-  Student oral examination.

- Compulsory attendance at specialised and primary health care centres or others within the socio-health system which offer practical training.

Training activities which are not attendance-based mainly correspond to independent work carried out by the student to prepare the final project (80% - 90%).

The Module is assessed as follows:

-25% corresponds to a report by university teachers and clinical supervisors assessing student acquisition of professional skills.

- 75% corresponds to compulsory submission of the project and public presentation and defence, assessed on a scale of 0 to 10.

Prior to evaluation for the final project, the student must provide evidence of ability in a foreign language.  Among other forms of accreditation, the minimum necessary requirement at the University of Alicante is to have attained level B1 of the European Framework of Reference for Languages, and this requirement may be raised in the future.

 

As regards the Work Experience Module, this consists of 13 subjects in clinical practice, taught in small groups and concurrently with compulsory attendance at specialised and primary health care centres or others within the socio-health system which offer practical training.

. The agreements which have been signed for the purposes of work experience are as follows:

- Agreement with the Ministry for Health 1993 and addendum 2002

- Agreement with the Torrevieja Salud UTE Hospital

- Agreement with the Medimar Hospital (educational work experience)

- Agreement with the Spanish Scientific Society of Nursing Graduates (Sociedad Científica Española Licenciados Enfermería - SCELE)

- Agreement with the Vistahermosa Clinic (educational work experience)

- Agreement with the   Vistahermosa Clinic (paid work experience. This is organized by the University Foundation, but supervised by university teachers from the University College of Nursing)

-  Agreement with the Vistahermosa Clinic (credits awarded for the assisted reproduction nursing course)

- Agreement with the Association for Child Mental Health from Gestation (Asociación Salud Mental Infantil desde la Gestación)

-  Agreement with the European School of Alicante (Escuela Europea de Alicante)

-  Agreement with the Association for the Mentally Ill (Asociación Enfermos Mentales)

-  Agreement with the Centroccidental Lisandro Alvarado University (Venezuela)

-  Agreement with the Association for Neuro-Psychiatric Professionals in Mental Health in the Valencia Region (Asociación Neuropsiquiatría-profesionales de la Salud Mental del País Valenciano) (approved by the Central Board on the 23rd March, 2010, and awaiting approval by the Governing Council)

-  Agreement with the Official College of Nursing in Alicante (Colegio Oficial de Enfermería de Alicante)

-  Agreement with the Department of Histology and Anatomy at the University (educational work experience).

 Within the educational activities comprising the work experience module, 80% correspond to compulsory attendance.  To this end, students rotate between the different specialised and primary health care centres, or others within the socio-health system, which offer practical training, in order to apply theoretical knowledge acquired in the different subjects comprising the work experience module, and to acquire professional skills.  Work experience is conducted under the direct supervision of a work experience tutor at the centre (80-90%).  In addition, clinical sessions and assessments are held at the work experience centre by a university tutor from the University College of Nursing (10-20%).

Non-classroom activities form 20% of the total. The methodology employed consists of reports and registers prepared by students, and the presentation of case studies.

The secuenciación of the plan of studies is realised in base to two premises, in the first place of the health to the illness and of the simple to the complex along the four courses of the degree. It is thus that practise them external of second course are related with the contents of health in the Practicum I, II and III and in the introduction to the knowledge of the hospitable organisation and the basic care to the illness in the Practicum IV. They established in second course so that the alumnado identified the determinantes of health of the communities, groups and people in the first place. Later in third and fourth tackle the asignaturas Practicum in the places of practices with greater interaction with the problems of health/illness more complex and with greater capacity by part of the student for the interaction, being still in all moment a sequence of aims in the acquisition of the competitions.

 

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

 

Students should take 12 optional credits, which are chosen from among the optional subjects offered.

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

SEMESTER

 

A&E and Critical Care Nursing

OP

6

5

Hospitalisation at Home (HH): Assessment and Medical-Surgical Care

OP

6

5

Psychology of care and emotional skills for nursing professionals

OP

6

5

The culture of care: educating for development and critical thought

OP

6

5

Computers in nursing

OP

6

5

Qualitative research and advances in nursing

OP

6

5

Integrated chronic wound care

OP

6

5

Environmental health

OP

6

5

 

 

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT (IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE)

Students who study an undergraduate degree at the University of Alicante must confirm a minimum level of B1 in a foreign language (a B2 is recommended) in order to obtain the diploma.  

The required language level is in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. 

The language accreditation requirement can be obtained previously or at any time during university studies. However, the language requirement will be necessary in order to be able to assess the final year project.

The different forms of obtaining such language requirement can be consulted in the additional information in this section.  

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LANGUAGE TEACHING COMPETENCE CERTIFICATE

Students who want to have a career in non-university teaching when they finish their studies are recommended to obtain the teaching competence certificate (Valencian and/or foreign languages).

This certificate can be obtained by taking specific itineraries in your university studies or by taking the UA teaching competence course in Valencian, German, French and English.

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FINAL YEAR PROJECT (TFG)

All the official undergraduate degrees must be completed by preparing and defending a final year project, which must be done in the final phase of the studies and be aimed at the assessment of competences associated to the degree.

The final year project must be an original, independent and personal work. The elaboration of it may by individual or coordinated. Each student will prepare this project under the supervision of a tutor, allowing students to show the received training content in an integrated many, as well as the acquired competences associated to the undergraduate degree.

In order to register in the final year project, students must comply with the requirements established in the “Regulations for continuation studies for students registered in undergraduate degrees at the University of Alicante”. Among the requirements established to be able to register in the final year project, a minimum of 168 credits must be passed in undergraduate degrees with a total of 240 credits, and a minimum of 228 credits in undergraduate degrees with a total of 300 credits or more.

In order for the final year project to be assessed, a B1 level of a foreign language (B2 is recommended) must be confirmed.

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ACCESS ROUTES

Admission to this degree course is open to any applicant who meets one of the following entrance requirements:

1.     SPANISH BACCALAUREATE (LOMCE) UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAM (PAU): Although students can access university by means of any Baccalaureate specialization, the recommended one is Sciences.

Admission scores for this degree can be improved by taking the specific modules of the University Entrance Exam (PAU) as indicated in the table below with their respective weightings.

TABLE 1

Nursing

2.     PREVIOUS BACCALAUREATES WITH OR WITHOUT A PASS IN THE UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAM (PAU): Students who have completed their Baccalaureate under previous education systems and have passed the PAU will be able to use the mark obtained in their application.

However, students can take specific exam modules during the voluntary PAU exam period in order to improve their admission score as shown in table 1. They can also sit for the obligatory PAU exams, in which case they will have to take all the exams scheduled during this period.

3.     VOCATIONAL EDUCATION: Vocational educational qualifications such as senior technician, senior technician of plastic arts and design, or senior technician in sports is the preferred professional area although access to this degree may be through any professional field.

Admission scores can be improved by taking the PAU exam in up to 4 of the modules in table 1.

4.     STUDENTS FROM EDUCATION SYSTEMS IN COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION OR OTHER STATES WITH WHICH SPAIN HAS AN INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT: Accreditation is required and issued by Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED).

Students can sit for exams in subjects included in the Pruebas de Competencias Específicas (PCE), organised by the UNED, in order to improve their admission score up to 14 points as indicated in the weightings in Table 1.

5.     STUDENTS FROM FOREIGN EDUCATION SYSTEMS: Prior to applying for the validation of their foreign Baccalaureate, students may sit for up to 4 exams in subjects offered by the Pruebas de Competencias Específicas (PCE) organised by UNED (at least one subject from the core subjects).

The weightings indicated in table 1 will be applied to core and/or optional subjects.

6.     OTHER: University degrees and other similar qualifications. University entrance exam for students over 25 (preferential option: Health Sciences). Access on the basis of professional experience (applicants over 40 years of age). Access to applicants aged 45 years or more by means of an exam.

Weightings of the subjects of the specific phase of the Proof of Access to the University (PAU) in the previous years

High School Diploma Subjects

Parámetros de ponderación
Análisis Musical II Biología Ciencias de la Tierra y Medioambientales Dibujo Artístico II Dibujo Técnico II Diseño Economía de la Empresa Electrotecnia Física Geografía Griego Historia de la Música y de la Danza  Historia del Arte Latín Lenguaje y Práctica Musical Literatura Universal Matemáticas Aplicadas a las Ciencias Sociales II Matemáticas II Química Técnicas de Expresión Gráfico Plásticas Tecnología Industrial II

Academic Years 2010-11

2011-12

0.1                                          
0.2
x
x

x       x
                x
x
   

Academic Years 

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

0.1

x


     
               

   
0.2    x
     
   x                 x
 x    

 


PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING FOR ADMISSION: PRE-ENROLMENT AND REGISTRATION

  • Anticipated number of places offered during the first pre-enrolment session: 200 
  • Applicants admitted to a course must formally register within the timescale established annually in the enrolment calendar. Registration Information.


NUMBER OF PLACES AND PASS MARKS

 

COURSES

NUMBER OF PLACES

PASS MARKS

GENERAL

OVER 25

OVER

 40

OVER 45

GRADUATES

SPORSTPEOPLE

DISABLED

2010-11

200

10,749

9,100

9,250

7,850

7,800

6,982

6,710

2011-12

200

10,738

9,014

9,250

7,850

7,980

5,000

5,000

2012-13

200

10,870

8,870

9,000

7,250

8,050

5,000

5,728

2013-14

200

10,482

7,753

6,170

5,000

7,880

5,000

5,000

2014-15

200

10,572

7,565

8,980

5,000

7,980

5,000

5,000

2015-16

200

10,623

7,470

8,840

5,030

7,860

6,048

7,897

2016-17

200

10,952

8,000

7,300

5,000

8,630

5,000

5,000

  • "Pass marks" indicated correspond to the results of the first adjudication of June.
  • The definitive marks can be inferior to the here collected.

 

PROFESSIONAL PROFILES

 

Regulated profession for professional practice as:

Nurse responsible for general care.

 

 

IMPLEMENTATION TIMESCALE

 

TIMESCALE

 

Academic year

 

Implementation of the new Degree  in Nursing

Phasing out of the previous Degree/Diploma in Nursing

2010/11

1st Academic year

1st year Diploma in Nursing

2011/12

2nd Academic year

2nd year Diploma in Nursing

2012/13

3rd Academic year

3rd year Diploma in Nursing

2013/14

4th Academic year

 

 

 

CREDIT EQUIVALENCE BETWEEN THE DIPLOMA IN NURSING AND THE DEGREE IN NURSING

 

CODE

DIPLOMA IN NURSING: SUBJECTS (PLAN 2000)

TOT.

CR.

SUBJECT TYPE

ACADEMIC YEAR

ACADEMIC YEAR

DEGREE IN NURSING: SUBJECTS

TOT. CR.

7817

Biostatistics and Demography

6

Core

1st

1st

Biostatistics

6

7827

Structure and Function of the Human Body

9.5

Core

1st

1st

Human Anatomy

6

1st

Biology

6

1st

Biochemistry

6

7828

Pharmacology, Nutrition and Dietetics

9

Core

2nd

1st

Pharmacology and Therapeutics

6

7832

Human Physiology

6

Compulsory

1st

1st

Human Physiology

6

7815

Applied Psychosocial Sciences

6

Core

3rd

1st

Psychology

6

7831

Support Roles

5

Compulsory

1st

1st

Support Roles

6

7830

Assessing Nursing Intervention

5.5

Compulsory

1st

1st

Information Systems, Research and Innovation in Nursing

6

7819

Community Nursing

10.5

Core

1st

2nd

Community Nursing I

6

2nd

Work Experience I: Community Nursing I

6

7816

7818

Public Health

Health Promotion and Education

9

4.5

Core

2nd

2nd

Community Nursing II

Work Experience II: Community Nursing II

6

6

7829

Fundamentals of Nursing

14.

Core

1st

2nd

Fundamentals of Nursing I

6

2nd

Fundamentals of Nursing II

6

7823

Medical-Surgical Nursing I

16

Core

1st

2nd

Adult Nursing Care I

6

2nd

Work Experience IV: Fundamentals of Nursing and Adult Nursing Care I

6

7834

 

 

 

7816

Psychology and Quality of Life*

 

 

 

Public Health

6

 

 

 

9

Compulsory

 

 

 

Compulsory

2nd

 

 

 

2nd

2nd

 

 

 

2nd

Health and Nursing Care throughout the Life Cycle

 

 

Work Experience III: Health and Nursing Care throughout the Life Cycle

6

 

 

 

6

 

*The contents that tackled in the subject Psychology and quality of life of the Diplomatura in Infirmary are the concernientes to the psychological processes of the normal human behaviour; perception, learning and memory; affectivity, motivation, personality and psychological evolution in the vital cycle, as well as the concept quality of life applied to all the stages of the life and his assessment. In the current plan of studies of degree these contents tackle in the subjects Health and cares of infirmary in the vital cycle and Prácticum III: Health and cares of infirmary in the vital cycle.
Likewise, to give place to the recognition of both subjects in the degree, proposes take into account that besides, have surpassed the subject of the diplomatura designated Public Health, in which the students have had to realise clinical practice, showing skills such as: realisation of surveys of health, participation in programs of attention to the people from the psychological perspective, the learning, the personality and the concept quality of life

 

 



CREDIT EQUIVALENCE BETWEEN THE DIPLOMA IN NURSING AND THE DEGREE IN NURSING

 

CODE

DIPLOMA IN NURSING: SUBJECTS (PLAN 2000)

TOT. CR.

SUBJECT TYPE

ACADEMIC YEAR

ACADEMIC YEAR

DEGREE IN NURSING: SUBJECTS

TOT. CR.

7822

Mother-Infant Nursing

16

CORE

2nd

3rd

Care of the Mother and Infant

6

3rd

Work Experience V: Care of the Infant

6

3rd

Work Experience VI: Care of the Mother

6

7814

Administration of Nursing Services

8

CORE

3rd

3rd

Nursing Services Management and Administration

6

7824

Medical-Surgical Nursing II

18

CORE

2nd

1st

Physiopathology

6

3rd

Adult Nursing Care II

6

3rd

Work Experience VII: Adult Nursing Care II

6

3rd

Work Experience VIII: Adult Nursing Care II

6

3rd

Work Experience IX: Adult Nursing Care II

6

7835

7826

Community Intervention

Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health

8

7

COMPULSORY

CORE

3rd

3rd

4th

Nursing and Community Intervention, Mental Health, Psychiatry and Ethics 

Work Experience XI: Nursing Care in Mental Health and Community Intervention

9,0

 

6

7821

Legislation and Professional Ethics

2

CORE

3rd

7833

 

7820

Palliative Care

 

Geriatric Nursing

6

 

9

COMPULSORY

 

CORE

3rd

 

2nd

4th

Nursing Care for Chronic Conditions, Dependence, Geriatrics and Palliative Care 

Work Experience XII: Nursing Care in Geriatrics and Palliative Care

 

6

 

6

7825

Medical-Surgical Nursing III

19

CORE

3rd

4th

Nursing Care in Specialist Units

9

Work Experience X:  Nursing Care in Specialist Units I

6

Work Experience XIII:  Nursing Care in Specialist Units II

6

 

 

 

 

 

4th

Final Project Methodology

6

 

 

 

 

 

4th

Supervised Work Experience for the Final Project

6

 

Credits obtained by students of the Diploma in Nursing for successful completion of optional subjects will be recognised for the Degree in Nursing, up to the maximum limit of optional credits stipulated for the Degree.

 

 

DEGREE IN NURSING. SYLLABUS SUMMARY

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