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Kvalitetssystem - Learning outcomes for nursing students from Molde University College at Addis Ababa University

Learning outcomes for nursing students

The studies at AAU involve three courses, Public Health, Pregnancy and Post-natal care and Pediatric Nursing.

 

The courses include both theory and clinical practice. Requirements to pass the courses are: a home examination, a project and practical studies. While at AAU the students will pass practical studies and work with the project. 

Public health

The focus of this course is on national and global health problems with particular focus on challenges in public health. The course has an interdisciplinary approach to health problems and incorporates a focus on policy.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course the students:

  • have possessed knowledge of national and global health challenge
  • have developed a perspective of public health and how this is translated into nursing practice
  • are be able to participate in work for prevention and health promotion by focusing on habits and living conditions which promote health
  • can manage different methods to educate and motivate others in order to improve awareness, learning and behavior that contribute to healthy living
  • are able to identify and participate in the treatment of the most frequency infectious diseases

 

Pregnancy and post-natal care

The focus of this course is on the special emotional and physical needs of women during pregnancy, labor and the postpartum period and nursing care to newborn.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course the students are able to:

  • manage nursing care during the antenatal and postnatal period
  • educate the mothers about effective feeding and immunization related to their newborn 

 

Pediatric nursing

The focus of this course is caring for children's health. Children's bodies are still developing; an injury or illness can have a serious impact on their development. The objectives of pediatric nursing involve caring for children of all ages, including infants and adolescents.

Learning outcomes

 By the end of the course the students are be able to:

  • identify local and national strategies aimed at prioritizing the health of children and young people
  • participate in nursing care to children at different developmental stages
  • communicate effectively with children and young people, parents and other relevant parties when providing care and recognize the importance of play/distraction appropriate to age

 

We have listed a proposed possible preliminary clinical placements schedule below. We welcome your input and look forward to be working with you on a schedule that could work for all of us.

 

 

PROPOSED CLINICAL PLACEMENT SCHEDULE.

Week /

Day

Week 1

from 30 January

Week 2

From 6 February 

Week  3

From 13 February

Week 4

From 20 February

Mon-

day

Meeting Birikit T. Tirinueh and WHAE?

Practical arrangement

Clinical practice

Health center

Clinical practice

Health center

Participate:

in Health education programs/campaigns -  WHAE

Tues-

day

Meeting A. Demissie and  

The nursing school AAU  

Clinical practice

Health center

Group I and II Clinical practice Health center

 Group III Pediatric unit

 

“

Wednes-day

Clinical practice

Health center

Clinical practice

Health center

Group II and III Clinical practice Health center

Group I Pediatric unit

 

“

Thurs-

day

Clinical practice

Health center

 Clinical practice

Health center

Group I and III Clinical practice Health center

Group II Pediatric unit

 

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Friday

Clinical practice

Health center

Self- study

Self- study