Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)
MED/48 - NURSING IN NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND REHABILITATION
Language of instruction
1 SEMESTRE PROFESSIONI SANITARIE, 2 SEMESTRE PROFESSIONI SANITARIE
The professional internship is a training strategy that primarily involves the student working alongside an experienced professional in specific health care contexts in order to learn the skills expected of a professional role. student to an experienced professional, in specific health contexts, in order to learn the skills required by the professional role. Apprenticeship learning occurs through practical experimentation, integration of theoretical-disciplinary knowledge with professional and organizational practice, contact with health professionals of the specific professional group. In the training of the first year the student is confronted for the first time and intensely with: the clinical environment, the figure of the patient, bearer of needs, suffering, expectations, values, the request to actively enter into the care relationship, a first verification of the motivation that led him to choose this profession and any differences with the "what it means to be a physical therapist" that he had imagined. The professional internship of the first year consists of: two actual experiences in services where physical therapists work, paired with a supervisor, lasting approximately 4-6 weeks each; tutorial sessions and workshops/exercises that prepare for the experience; briefing and debriefing on the experience with the internship mentor-supervisor; Guided study on problems that emerged in the experience; elaboration and writing of didactic tasks of internship. At the end of the first year of the course, the student must be able to: [PREVENTION] implement basic techniques for positioning, movement and transfer of the patient, modulating the intervention in relation to alterations in structure and/or function and/or activity and/or participation, providing for the use of the most appropriate aids, in accordance with the principles of ergonomics and safety for the patient and the operator; apply the principles of hygiene and safety to prevent the occurrence of infections, during the activities required on patients in the training facility attended; with supervisor support, detect risk of potential harm (e.g., from hypomobility, ...) and apply simple prevention strategies (e.g., positioning, mobilization ...); [CARE AND REHABILITATION]. describe and quantify alterations in structure/function/activity/participation, according to ICF, detected through clinical interview, observation, palpation, use of measurement tools as well as validated tests and rating scales; detect vital signs and recognize signs of discomfort (e.g., paleness, sweating, ...) that require immediate intervention by the supervisor; with supervisor support, identify problems of physiotherapy concern and monitor their progress during the observed physiotherapy process; perform under supervision basic joint mobilization and soft tissue mobilization techniques of all segments while adhering to the principles of patient and operator safety; [THERAPEUTIC EDUCATION] know, observe, describe pedagogical strategies adopted by the supervisor for effective patient (caregiver, family) teaching; [COMMUNICATION AND RELATIONSHIP] assume an active attitude at times when the Supervising Physical Therapist relates to the patient, caregiver, and team; to assume a responsible attitude in the professional relationship with the person assisted, respecting his/her experience, using communication techniques of active listening; [PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY] assume an attitude consistent with the principles of ethics and confidentiality (code of ethics and privacy legislation such as, for example, the prohibition to publish on the network photos and comments of the training environment) in the language and actions performed; act recognizing the limits of their current knowledge and skills, respecting the experience, expertise and roles of others and different ideas, opinions and cultures; demonstrate sensitivity and respect for the patient, their rights, dignity and personal characteristics, including age, gender, ethnicity, religion, culture, language, lifestyle, cognitive and behavioral health status; [MANAGEMENT AND MANAGEMENT] describe, guided by the Supervisor, the host structure, the professional figures present, the type of services provided and the organization of the Service complete the documentation related to the internship activity and deliver it on time, according to the agreed indications. TRAINING AND SELF-TRAINING - Recognize the reference figures for their training path; contribute, guided by the supervising mentor/traineeship guide, to the modulation of one's training objectives and to the evaluation of the achievement of these objectives; use self-assessment of one's training level to maintain one's knowledge at the highest level required for professional practice and acquire/develop self-critical skills; Continuously seize and enhance opportunities for self-study; to deepen knowledge with updated bibliographic references; to use, as needed, the information and computer systems present in the training sites.