School of Health Sciences

Nursing

Duration 4 Years
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About the Department

The Nursing department curriculum offers graduates essential privileges in relation to the targeted characteristics. This department aims to train nurses who develop nursing practices through critical thinking and research, work as an active member of the healthcare team, provide nursing care services in health, disease prevention, treatment, and supportive qualities through individual, family, and collective "Planned Nursing Care". In addition to the compulsory courses offered to the students according to the program’s learning objectives, elective courses are also offered for the student’s selection so that they are equipped for both professional and personal development in accordance with their interests. Students also have the opportunity to experience many professional skills in a well-equipped laboratory environment. Following the laboratory practices, different hospitals and institutions provide solid knowledge and skills, which acquired during the internship components of the program.

Educational Opportunities

Training is conducted in the form of theoretical, pre-clinical skill and clinical training. There are fully equipped skill laboratories in the department. In the laboratories, there are adult models allowing basic nursing practices, a simulation model for cardiopulmonary massage, pregnancy simulation models for delivery practices, a neonatal care and practice model, incubator, part models, skeleton, anatomy models, sphygmomanometer, aspirator, and chest tube drainage device available. This gives students the opportunity to do small group work and practice all kinds of skills which are necessary for their profession. In addition to this core staff, academic members from other units of the university also offer courses. The department is located on the campus of the university where canteen and cafeteria, sports facility, swimming pool and student dining rooms are available. Our students also benefit from the common library of the campus. 

CIU Progression Programs Students

Career Areas

Nurses can work in the governmental and private health sector (hospitals, rehabilitation centers, elderly care homes, nursing homes, family, and community health centers) as nurses or as a chief nurse of units or hospitals. The Nurses' working areas are changing and expanding with the changing health care needs and population structure around the world. In addition to this, shortening of the length of stay in the hospital and the follow-up of the patients and the elderly at home and home care need at home have become important, and nurses can also work in these areas. Graduates can continue their postgraduate education. They can also find employment in nursing schools, vocational health schools after Master and Ph.D. education. This allows graduates to work as individuals who contribute to the development of the profession, both as an instructor and a researcher.

Contact

CIU School of Health Sciences,
Department of Nursing
Cevik Uraz Center, CU204
Tel: +90 392 671 1111, Ext: 2267
Head of Department: Prof.Dr. Hatice SÜTÇÜ
Head of Department E-mail: hcicek@ciu.edu.tr
School E-mail: secretary-vhs@ciu.edu.tr
 

Compulsory modules

First Semester
ANATOMY AND HISTOLOGY

Course code

ANAT103

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
Introduction to anatomy and histology; Basic anatomy knowledge and terminology, organizational levels; Skeletal system, bone development and structure, muscle system anatomy, muscle tissue characteristics and location of important muscles, joint types and locations; anatomy of cardiovascular system, anatomy of respiratory system, anatomy of digestive system, anatomy of urinary system, nervous system and the anatomy of sensory organs and their neighborhood. In this course, it is aimed to understand the microscopic features of cell, tissue and system organization of the organism of the student in the histology part, to understand the organelles of the cell, organelle functions and the mechanisms of intercellular communication and signal transduction.
PHYSIOLOGY

Course code

FIZY201

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
The aim of this course is to help students gain knowledge about the normal functioning mechanisms of cells, tissues, organs and systems in human body and their control methods.The course includes general and specific information about human physiology in terms of nursing practices, cell, action potentials in inducible tissues, cardiovascular system and physiology, neurological system and physiology, musculoskeletal system and physiology, endocrine system and physiology, respiratory system and physiology, digestion system and physiology, reproductive system and physiology, genitourinary system and physiology, physiology of vision, physiology of taste, physiology of smell, physiology of touch, physiology of tapping physiology, functions of systems are discussed.
FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING-I

Course code

HMSR101

Credit

6

Theoretical

4

Practical

4

Ects

10
Definition and objectives of the course; conceptual framework and history of nursing; the development of world and nursing education; ethical codes; introduction to the four basic concepts of nursing; physical and psychosocial environment; social recognition; family structure and characteristics; healthy people and their needs, human development periods; health and disease concepts; nursing; health team; health system; health policies; health education and health promotion; human, environment / society, health / illness, nursing; nursing profession and definition; a healthy hospital environment; physical environment and safety; nursing process; communicating with the patient; admission of the patient to the hospital; individual hygiene; hot and cold applications; asepsis and infection control; body mechanics and movement need; bedding technics; vital findings; drug applications.
COMMUNITY AWARENESS

Course code

HMSR103

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
Basic concepts about community and collective service applications and social responsibility projects; The importance of collective service practices and social responsibility projects; Identifying the target audience problem; To produce solution proposals for identified problems and to apply collective service today: to be sensitive to the problems that the society needs to solve; Seeking solutions to the problems of society by showing social sensitivity; Discussion about social problems, brain storm; Discussion of project prospects in the context of domestic violence in elderly children; Community services and social responsibility projects of public and non-governmental organizations; collective service applications in our city; Deciding on projects and forming teams; Organizing research panels, conferences, information seminars on social responsibility projects; Volunteer on various projects within the framework of social responsibility.
ELEMENTARY ENGLISH-I

Course code

INGL123

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
The course introduces students with basic speech patterns at the elementary level. Through listening students will identify different sound rhythms and practice pronunciation of letters, words and phrases. Through speaking students will identify different register and use the given language in an appropriate way. In addition students will be able to define themselves or others, answer questions in the Present Simple tense, use the prepositions of place, and talk about their daily routines. Through reading students read paragraphs and simple texts to improve their general comprehension of the passages, and answer the given comprehension questions. Through writing, students will be able to compose guided,controlled paragraphs in the Present Simple tense, and recycle the obtained new vocabulary to produce their own sentences.
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY

Course code

PSKO103

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
Students who are taking this course will have a general perspective on the science of psychology. In this course students will acquire an overview of the definition of psychology, history of psychology, fields of psychology (social psychology, clinical psychology, educational psychology, developmental psychology, school psychology, health psychology, industrial and organizational psychology, forensic psychology, etc.) theories of Psychology (psychoanalytic theories, cognitive theories systemic, existential theory, etc.), foundations of Psychology), biological theories of intelligence and, sensation and perception, memory, personality and abnormal behaviors, theories, motivation and emotion, excitement, the people defense mechanisms. The students who take this course will provide the general knowledge gained in this course and the basis for the courses they will take later.
TURKISH I:WRITING COMMUNICATION

Course code

TREG113

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
Definition and characteristics of language; the place of Turkish among other worldly languages; historical development, correct usage, structure and grammar rules of Turkish language. Definition of language. Language, thinking and emotion relationships. Language-culture relationship: Components and its specifications which constitute the culture. Changes in the culture. Language and society relationship.Languages of the World. The place of the Turkish language among World languages. Development of the Turkish language and its historical periods.Turkish dialects and accents. Verbal language and written language. The present situation of Turkish language its scope. An applied study on a text of any Turkish dialect or a comparative work on the texts of dialects.
Second Semester
BIOCHEMISTRY

Course code

BKIM121

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

4
Biochemistry course will be given to the students about basic concepts of biochemistry, chemistry of organisms, structure and properties of biomolecules and metabolism. General properties and classification of amino acids, individual structure and body in the function of amino acid structure and function of proteins, enzymes, protein metabolism, carbohydrate structure and function, metabolism of carbohydrates, the main features of the functions and classification of lipids, lipid metabolism, manager molecules the structure and function of nucleic acids, hormones and mechanisms of action in the body, relationships with the disease, vitamins and biochemistry of body fluid and acid-base balance of the body will be explained following these issues. Finally, students will be informed about biochemistry of metabolic diseases, kidney and liver function tests.
FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING-II

Course code

HMSR102

Credit

8

Theoretical

4

Practical

8

Ects

8
The aim of this course is to enable students to use the knowledge and skills that form the basis of the basic concepts and principles related to the care of the healthly / ill person in nursing applications and to acquire the necessary knowledge and skill in the planning, implementation and evaluation of appropriate interventions. Healthy hospital environment, patient admission and discharge; Methods and applications of infection prevention; Movement need and nursing practices; Individual hygiene practices; Vital findings and nursing practices; Oral and local drug applications; Parenteral drug applications; Fluid requirements and nursing practices; Respiratory requirements and nursing practices; Nutrition requirements and nursing practices; The need for evacuation and nursing practices; Provision of tissue integrity; Perioperative care (preoperative, perioperative and postoperative care) requirements
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP

Course code

HMSR104

Credit

2

Theoretical

1

Practical

2

Ects

2
Definition and objectives of the course; Know the importance of communication concept in human relations; Know the factors affecting communication; Developing self-knowledge and skill; To be able to recognize the cognitive orientation of man, the behavioral characteristics, the effect of the relation of self concept; Recognizing the effects of communication skills and self-knowledge on social and professional life; Self recognition and prevention; Self concept; The importance of human relations in health care; Communication process and communication types; Factors affecting communication; Techniques that facilitate and prevent communication; Communication conflicts and resolution; Communication in special cases; Crying, over-willing patient and nurse approaches; problem solving; Development of empathy, awareness and awareness, inquiry, summarization and concretization, empathy, coping, awareness raising, awareness raising, awareness raising, awareness raising, perception / prejudice, time management.
ELEMENTARY ENGLISH-II

Course code

INGL124

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
INGL124 is the continuation of INGL123. The course integrates the four main skills at a higher elementary level for students. Through recessive skills, which are listening and reading, students identify different sound rhythms and practice the pronunciation of letters, words and phrases. Also, by reading higher level paragraphs and texts, students infer the meaning of new words by using their existing vocabulary. Through productive skills, which are speaking and writing, students identify different register and use the given language in an appropriate way. Furthermore, students use the Present Continuous and Past Simple tenses to participate in basic dialogues and daily exchanges, and express themselves effectively. Also, through writing, students produce their own sentences by recycling the obtained new vocabulary in guided, controlled paragraphs they compose.
MICROBIOLOGY AND PARASITOLOGY

Course code

MIKB104

Credit

3

Theoretical

2

Practical

2

Ects

4
Definition and objectives of the course aiming to educate the nurses who have acquired basic knowledge of microbiology and microorganisms, know infectious diseases caused by microorganisms, factors, prevention and treatment principles, understand the importance of sterilization and disinfection concepts and use them in their applications. Structure, appearance, classification and nomenclature of microorganisms; bacterial and viral structures and important bacterial and viral groups in human health will identified; structure of fungi and important fungus groups; the structure of parasites and important parasite groups in human health; microbial-host relationships, definition and transmission patterns of infection; flora definition, normal flora of body parts; taking samples of the disease and sending it to the laboratory; ımmune and body defense mechanisms; antigens and antibodies; vaccines and serums; hospital infections and control of that infectiond will explained in the scope of that course.
MODERN TURKISH HISTORY

Course code

TARH100

Credit

0

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
In this course, Ottoman state and society, factors causing the collapse of the state; Ottoman modernization; Tripoli and Balkan Wars, World War I, Mudros Armistice and Sevres Agreement; parties and associations, the national resistance movement led by Mustafa Kemal, the Havza and Amasya Circulars, the Congresses, the National Pact, the Turkish Grand National Assembly; the rebellions, the regular army and the War of Independence; the Mudanya Armistice, the Lausanne Peace Treaty; Revolution in the political field, secularization of the state and society, abolition of the sultanate, declaration of the republic, abolition of the caliphate; 1921 and 1924 constitutions, constitutional changes; Sheikh Said Rebellion; Multi-party experience, secularization and modernization in law, nationalization and secularization in education, Kemalizm and 6 principles, Turkish foreign policy(1923-1938) are covered.
TURKISH II:ORAL COMMUNICATION

Course code

TREG114

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
The main aim of this course is to provide the students with the knowledge of communication; understanding, listening, self-expression, understanding speech and communication through body language. Basic features of oral language and verbal communication, basic principles of good speech; The basic features of a good speaker such as the preparation of the necessary information in the social life after the preparation of the unprepared and prepared speech, the transfer of ideas towards the other side of the information will be given to students with practical studies. Studies on speech samples and oral expression practices will be done. At the end of the course, students will be able to manage communication conflicts as well as to demonstrate interpersonal communication skills in group discussions.
UNIVERSITY ELECTIVE

Course code

UNISXX1

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

3
UNIVERSITY ELECTIVE
Third Semester
GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY

Course code

ECZN210

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
The main aim of the course is to provide general information about drugs that are frequently used in the field of physiotherapy. A brief introduction about pharmacology, pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic and drug treatment principles, principles of drug effect, factors affecting drug effects, drug delivery route, drug-receptor relationship, drug absorption, distribution and release, drug metabolism, toxic-undesirable effects are given. At the end of the course, the students will be able to define the basic concepts in pharmacology and toxicology, learn the mechanisms of pharmacological agents and biologic responses they create, gain the basic knowledge of evaluating the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties of effective drugs in organ systems, side effects of these drugs and basic pharmacological knowledge in the direction of physiotherapy applications.
SUMMER TRAINING-I: FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING

Course code

HMSR200

Credit

0

Theoretical

0

Practical

0

Ects

10
The basic aim of the summer internship is to ensure that the students have the necessary knowledge and skills using the lessons they have learned in theory. Internships, which can be a preparation for the professional education of the students, constitute an important part of the curriculum. The basic principles and practices of nursing will be followed by a summer internship program, observations of a nurse and practices and clinical environment to consolidate care information for the diseases being taught. In accordance with the care principles observed in the lessons, they will be able to find the opportunity to be found in clinical settings where applications related to individuals and their problems. It is a four-week program and the practice reports will be submitted to the department management for evaluation.
MEDICAL NURSING-I

Course code

HMSR201

Credit

7

Theoretical

4

Practical

6

Ects

10
The definition and purpose of the course; knowing the system diseases and nursing care of the student; using the nursing process in the care of the individual with acute and chronic internal diseases; being able to have a holistic approach to healthy individual / patient; to be able to discuss the knowledge and skills acquired in the field of medical medicine nursing with a critical approach; primary, secondary and tertiary level of protection for the illness; nursing care in hematological system problems; cardiovascular system and nursing care; ventilatory oxygenation problems: upper and lower respiratory system, obstructive respiratory diseases and respiratory insufficiency and nursing care; problems with digestion absorption and excretion: nutritional problems, absorption and discharge responsibilities, liver problems and nursing care.
SURGICAL NURSING-I

Course code

HMSR203

Credit

7

Theoretical

4

Practical

6

Ects

10
The definition and objectives of the course; this course aims to teach students basic concepts and theories related to nursing of surgical diseases, to determine nursing requirements before, during and after surgical approach, to plan, implement and evaluate their interventions, to approach the patient and patient in bio-psycho-social cohesion, ıt is aimed to develop effective communication skills. History; asepsis and antisepsis; pre-post-surgery care; tissue damage-healing; burn; fluid electrolyte and acid base balance/imbalances; perioperative-reoperative nursing approaches -intraoperative -postoperative nursing approaches ethical and legal issues in surgery: evidence-based practices in acute and postoperative pain management and the role of the nurse; treatment of cardiovascular system surgical diseases and nursing care; treatment of respiratory system surgical diseases and nursing care; treatment of nervous system surgical diseases and nursing care.
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

Course code

HMSR205

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
Definition and objectives of the course; to be able to explain the reaction of this course, to homeostasis and homeostasis-disturbing situations; understand the theoretical knowledge about physiopathological processes of cells, tissues, organs and systems; aims to explain the clinical features of the pathophysiological processes in the common acute and chronic disease states. Types of cell damage and adaptation; neoplasia, tumors, causes, routes of spread, prognostic factors; fluid and hemodynamic disorders; control of circulation: organization, changes in blood flow in the systemic circulation; changes in respiratory function; changes in hepatobiliary system and gastrointestinal functions; nutritional disorders; changes in renal function; the organization and control of nervous system functions, disorders of brain functions; disorders in motor functions; organization and control of somatic sensory functions; pain and pain pathways.
EVALUATION OF HEALTH

Course code

HMSR207

Credit

2

Theoretical

1

Practical

2

Ects

2
The definition and purpose of the course; understanding the importance of evaluating health in nursing care and providing and developing the necessary knowledge and awareness to make an individual's physical and psychosocial assessment. the key to obtaining data that will be the basis for planning nursing care; obtaining comprehensive health stories using appropriate interview techniques; gaining awareness of the role of family, culture and the environment in assessing health; to learn the physical examination methods that can be used in nursing care; ındividual system-specific physical diagnosis; use of data obtained as a result of physical diagnosis in the decision-making process for nursing care; interviews and health stories for these achievements; visualization of symptoms; examination of mental condition; physical assessment approach and perspective.
UNIVERSITY ELECTIVE

Course code

UNISXX2

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
Fourth Semester
PRINCIPLES OF NUTRITION

Course code

BESD202

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
BESLENME İLKELERİ
BASIC COMPUTING

Course code

BILT110

Credit

3

Theoretical

2

Practical

2

Ects

4
Basic concepts are related to information technologies, software and hardware, peripherals, software, operating systems in general, using operating system, windows, menus, files, word processing programs, general information about word processor, using word processing software, spreadsheet programs, table general information about the programs, basic concepts and toolbars, preparing and using formulas, using ready functions, sorting data, general information about the presentation program, data presentation, preparing a presentation program, adding new slides, slime, zooming in and out, giving effect to presentation. , slideshow, internet usage in education, what is a virus, what is a worm, what is a Trojan horse, protect the operating system from viruses, passwords, the effects of information technologies on social structure and its place in education, information systems security and related ethics concepts.
SURGICAL NURSING-II

Course code

HMSR202

Credit

7

Theoretical

4

Practical

6

Ects

9
definition and objectives of the course; this course aims to teach students basic concepts and theories related to nursing of surgical diseases, to determine nursing requirements before, during and after surgical approach, to plan, implement and evaluate their interventions, to approach the patient and patient in bio-psycho-social cohesion, ıt is aimed to develop effective communication skills. genitourinary system nursing care in surgical diseases; trauma and musculoskeletal system nursing care in surgical diseases; ear, nose and throat diseases and nursing care; eye diseases and nursing care management; basic concepts of oncologic surgeon include nursing care in endocrine surgery and breast surgery; current developments in burn nursing care management surgical nursing (minimally invasive surgery, nanotechnology, robotics surgery etc); emergency situations and nursing management; nursing management in intensive care.
NURSING FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Course code

HMSR204

Credit

3

Theoretical

2

Practical

2

Ects

3
The definition and purpose of the course; The concepts related to infection, infectious disease and infectious nursing include the frequency of infectious diseases, diagnosis, treatment, complications and nursing care which are frequently seen according to the systems. ınfection and disease; ıdentification of infectious diseases; prevention of infectious diseases; epidemiology of infectious diseases features of infectious diseases agents and infection chain; microorganisms; antimicrobial agents; hospital infections, isolation and infection control; airborne diseases and control; water and foodborne diseases and control; blood-borne diseases and control; skin and mucosal-transmitted diseases and their control; vector and zoonoses-infected diseases and control; notifiable diseases and nursing care; childhood infectious diseases and nursing care; general descriptions of infectious diseases and nursing approaches; hospital care principles in contagious diseases; hospital infections and isolation methods.
MEDICAL NURSING-II

Course code

HMSR206

Credit

7

Theoretical

4

Practical

6

Ects

9
The definition and purpose of the course; The definition and purpose of the course; knowing the system diseases and nursing care of the student; using the nursing process in the care of the individual with acute and chronic internal diseases; being able to have a holistic approach to healthy individual / patient; to be able to discuss the knowledge and skills acquired in the field of medical medicine nursing with a critical approach; primary, secondary and tertiary level of protection for the illness; urinary system problems: renal and urological system problems, acute and chronic renal failure and nursing care; problems related to endocrine system and regulatory mechanisms and nursing care; movement and coordination problems: nervous system, intracranial problems, stroke, neurological problems,; musculoskeletal problems: rheumatic diseases and nursing care.
EPIDEMIOLOGY

Course code

SGBL210

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
Emphasis is placed on the principles and methods of epidemiologic investigation, appropriate summaries and displays of data, and the use of classical statistical approaches to describe the health of populations. Topics include the dynamic behavior of disease; usage of rates, ratios and proportions; methods of direct and indirect adjustment, and clinical life table which measures and describes the extent of disease problems. Various epidemiologic study designs for investigating associations between risk factors and disease outcomes are also introduced, culminating with criteria for causal inferences. The application of these disciplines in the areas of health services, screening, genetics, and environment policy are presented. The influence of epidemiology and biostatistics on legal and ethical issues are also discussed.
Fifth Semester
SUMMER INTERNSHIP-II: MEDICAL NURSING

Course code

HMSR300

Credit

0

Theoretical

0

Practical

0

Ects

6
The basic aim of the summer internship is to ensure that the students have the necessary knowledge and skills using the lessons they have learned in theory. Internships, which can be a preparation for the professional education of the students, constitute an important part of the curriculum. The internship nursing summer internship II program will be followed by observations and observations by a nurse in the clinical setting and on the consolidation of care information for internal diseases in the classes. The internal diseases seen in the lessons, adult and elderly health, will be able to find the opportunity to be found in the clinical settings where the problems can be applied. It is a four-week program and the practice reports will be submitted to the department management for evaluation. Success evaluation of the course will be enough or insufficient to enter the grading system.
NURSING FOR WOMEN’S HEALTH AND DISEASES-I

Course code

HMSR301

Credit

7

Theoretical

4

Practical

6

Ects

10
Definition and objectives of the course; This course aims to enable the students to understand the problems of women's health, to plan and implement blood-based nursing care to solve these problems and to evaluate their results. Reproductive health problems in Turkey and in the world; concepts and theories in women's health; ethical and legal issues related to women's health; ıntroduction to nursing in labor and maternity health; reproductive system and physiology of pregnancy; physiology of mother in pregnancy; antenatal care; risky pregnancies; labor and complications; evaluation of fetal health; ınterventions in labor; physiology and care of newborn; postnatal care and lactation; risky situations in puerperium; family planning; infertility; common gynecological problems; impairment of pelvic support structures; common gynecological masses; reproductive system cancers; gynecological examination and diagnostic methods; gynecology treatment methods and nursing care.
DEONTOLOGY AND ETHICS IN NURSING

Course code

HMSR305

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

4
This course introduces students to understand the historical development of nursing , nursing -related laws and regulations , information on ethical principles and the right to acquire the skills of ethical decision. Students with the course; . explain the concept of ethics and philosophical basis, define the basic concepts of ethics and nursing ethics, explain nursing philosophy and nursing values, discuss nursing ethic codes, discuss the rights of patients with legal and ethical aspects, explain the historical development of human rights, explain the historical development of patient rights, discuss the rights and responsibilities, explain ethical issues and ethical decision-making process, recognize the ethical problems, make suggestions to solve the ethical problems, explain the risk groups that can cause ethical problems.
TEACHING IN NURSING

Course code

HMSR311

Credit

3

Theoretical

2

Practical

2

Ects

3
The definition and purpose of the course; Introduction to teaching, definition of learning, learning theories and types of learning, characteristics and differences of adult and child education, factors affecting learning, active learning methods and importance, learning related definitions; Supervisory focus of the learner; Teaching principles and methods; Characteristics of the learning process; Teaching methods, teaching materials and tools; Teaching methods, teaching materials and tools; Education / training process, formation of goals, effective speaking; Course preparation, presentation and classroom activities; Basic nursing education (probing based, modular education, clinical teaching, ethical principles in clinical teaching, professional development (in-service training, training, continuing education) organized and widespread nursing education in our country and world, health education and health belief model patient education; Evaluation / evaluation of educational material / poster presentation
NURSING FOR CHILDREN’S HEALTH AND DISEASES-I

Course code

HMSR313

Credit

7

Theoretical

4

Practical

6

Ects

10
Definition and objectives of the course; Introduction to child health and illness nursing; Nutrition and disorders and their applications; child's illness and hospitalization: child, family and nurse; pain and body image in child; the philosophy, roles and functions of pediatric nursing; the situation of the child and children in the world and turkey; growth and development characteristics according to ages; history taking and physical examination in children; to determine and meet the requirements for the development, maintenance and protection of the health of the child and his / her family according to their age; fluid-electrolyte/ acid-base balance /imbalances; communication and ethics with children; pediatric drug applications and responsibilities of the nurse; the reaction of the child and his / her family to the hospital according to their age; the effects of chronic diseases on children and family; nursing care in healthy nutrition and nutritional disorders during childhood; high risk newborn and nursing care.
SUMMER INTERNSHIP-II: SURGICAL NURSING I-II

Course code

HMSR350

Credit

0

Theoretical

0

Practical

0

Ects

6
The basic aim of the summer internship is to ensure that the students have the necessary knowledge and skills using the lessons they have learned in theory. Internships, which can be a preparation for the professional education of the students, constitute an important part of the curriculum. Surgical diseases nursing summer internship II program, observations of a nurse and clinical practice will be carried out in order to consolidate care information for the surgical diseases in the classes. The surgical diseases seen in the lectures will be able to find the opportunity to be found in clinical settings where applications related to adult and elderly health and problems can be done. It is a four-week program and the practice reports will be submitted to the department management for evaluation. Success evaluation of the course will be enough or insufficient to enter the grading system.
AREA ELECTIVE

Course code

HMSRXX1

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
.
RESEARCH METHODS IN HEALTH SCIENCES

Course code

SGBL300

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
To give students the concepts related to science, scientific research process and scientific activities to be carried out in this process, methods of making scientific studies into reports, projects, theses and articles. In addition, by understanding the scientific and scientific research methods and techniques, it is possible to evaluate the researches and to develop the ability to present research projects. Introduction to research management process; The stages of the research; Determining the research question and hypothesis; Creating research questions; Literature review; Ethics in research; Qualitative research: based on qualitative data, sampling, data collection techniques; Qualitative data interpretation: qualitative data analysis methods, coding, theme development; Quantitative research: the basis of quantitative research, data collection and analysis techniques, sample will be included in this course.
Sixth Semester
NURSING FOR CHILDREN’S HEALTH AND DISEASES-II

Course code

HMSR302

Credit

7

Theoretical

4

Practical

6

Ects

12
The definition and objectives of the course; child with respiratory system problem / nursing care; child with hereditary metabolic disease, fluid-electrolyte balance in children, principles in the care of a child with impaired fluid electrolyte balance; children and families with chronic illness, terminally ill children and their families; special techniques in pediatric nursing and drug applications; child and family with respiratory problems; applications to the respiratory system; children and families with hematologic problems; a child and family with an oncologic problem; child and family with congestive heart failure; children and families with neurological problems; children and families with musculoskeletal and collagen tissue problems; children and family with endocrine system problems; children and family with genitourinary system problems; evacuation oriented applications; sample collection applications; security oriented applications.
NURSING FOR WOMEN’S HEALTH AND DISEASES-II

Course code

HMSR304

Credit

7

Theoretical

4

Practical

6

Ects

12
Definition and objectives of the course; This course aims to enable the students to understand the problems of women's health, to plan and implement blood-based nursing care to solve these problems and to evaluate their results. Reproductive health problems in Turkey and in the world; concepts and theories in women's health; ethical and legal issues related to women's health; ıntroduction to nursing in labor and maternity health; reproductive system and physiology of pregnancy; physiology of mother in pregnancy; antenatal care; risky pregnancies; labor and complications; evaluation of fetal health; ınterventions in labor; physiology and care of newborn; postnatal care and lactation; risky situations in puerperium; family planning; infertility; common gynecological problems; impairment of pelvic support structures; common gynecological masses; reproductive system cancers; gynecological examination and diagnostic methods; gynecology treatment methods and nursing care.
AREA ELECTIVE

Course code

HMSRXX2

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
.
FIRST AID

Course code

IAYM220

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

4
Human body structure and functioning, basic life functions, basic concepts of first aid and the importance of application of these concepts; what to do, injuries, wound care, the interventions that need to be done during wound care. Fractures, dislocations, sprains and injuries and interventions to be made at the first time, Heat-related problems, First interventions to be made in heat related problems, Poisonings, Consciousness disturbances, Strangulation, foreign bodies, the first interventions in problems related to. They will have information about transportation techniques, winding techniques, first aid kit.
BIOSTATISTICS

Course code

ISTA110

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
The main topics of this course are basic statistical definitions, mass and sample definitions, data types, descriptive statistics, classification of data. Then, the measures of central tendency, the mean, the calculation of the median and the determination of the peak value and the central distribution measures, for example, the calculation of the standard error and variant. In addition to this, students will be able to use this information to work with some known discrete and continuous probability distributions such as frequency tables, visualization of data through graphs, probability distributions, Normal distribution, Binomial distribution and Poisson distribution. Finally, statistical tests for normality control, main idea of sampling, sampling distributions and distribution of sample average, Confidence intervals are among the topics covered in this course.
Seventh Semester
SUMMER INTERNSHIP-III: WOMEN HEALTH NURSING

Course code

HMSR400

Credit

0

Theoretical

0

Practical

0

Ects

6
The basic aim of the summer internship is to ensure that the students have the necessary knowledge and skills using the lessons they have learned in theory. Internships, which can be a preparation for the professional education of the students, constitute an important part of the curriculum. The program of the Women's Health and Disease Nursing Summer Internship III will be followed by observations and observations of a nurse in the clinical setting and on the implementation of the lecture on women's health care information. Lessons can be found in the clinical settings where the practices related to women's health, birth and diseases can be done. It is a four-week program and the practice reports will be submitted to the department management for evaluation. Success evaluation of the course will be presented to the grading system as sufficient or inadequate.
NURSING FOR MENTAL HEALTH DISEASES

Course code

HMSR401

Credit

8

Theoretical

4

Practical

8

Ects

10
This course aims to educate the nurses who can evaluate the bio-psychosocial factors affecting the development of the aimed mental health and treat the individuals holistically, protect and improve the mental health and treat them in cases where mental health is impaired and nursing them by using concepts specific to mental health and psychiatric nursing; nursing process. Basic concepts in mental health, historical development, roles and responsibilities of mental health and psychiatric nursing; protective mental health, protection and improvement of mental health; psychosocial diagnosis and assessment of mental status; anxiety disorders; stress and psychosomatic disorders, eating disorders; mood disorders; schizophrenia and psychotic disorders; dependency; personality disorders; organic mental disorders; psychosocial and somatic treatments; fighting against mental illnesses and stigmatization and stigmatization; mental problems in physical illnesses; legal and ethical dimension in psychiatry, patient acceptance and discharge in psychiatric clinics, therapeutic environment, observation interview.
MANAGEMENT IN NURSING& LEADERSHIP

Course code

HMSR403

Credit

4

Theoretical

3

Practical

3

Ects

6
The definition and purpose of the course; Management processes and principles in nursing; Planning of nursing services; Organizing and conducting nursing services; coordination; Control and supervision in nursing services; Rights and duties of civil servants; Laws and regulations related to nursing; Support units in health management; Definition and structuring of health services; Formal and special treatment institutions; The role of the nurse and professionalism; Decision making and problem solving; Time management and planning; Team collaboration, conflict management; The use of research and evidence-based practices in governance; Change management, innovation and leadership; Reality odor, career planning; Cv preparation and job interviews; Patient safety, quality and accreditation; Nursing legislation and turkish criminal law; In-service training, motivation and job satisfaction. Management and decision making process; Factors affecting the decision making process.
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING

Course code

HMSR405

Credit

8

Theoretical

4

Practical

8

Ects

10
Definition and objectives of the course; The aim of these derste students is to acquire the knowledge, skills and competencies that they can perform nursing initiatives related to the protection and development of health in the presentation of primary health care services. Historical and social development of health, development and change of public health and public health nursing; New trends in public health; The definition, functions, purposes, roles and functions of public health nursing; The situation of public health nursing in the world and our country; Models of health services in the world, Alma-Ata Declaration and Primary Health Care Services; Organization of health services in Turkey; Social recognition; Home visits; Community health nursing care plan process with home visiting and community recognition class activity.
SUMMER INTERNSHIP-III: CHILD HEALTH DISEASES NURSING

Course code

HMSR450

Credit

0

Theoretical

0

Practical

0

Ects

6
The basic aim of the summer internship is to ensure that the students have the necessary knowledge and skills using the lessons they have learned in theory. Internships, which can be a preparation for the professional education of the students, constitute an important part of the curriculum. The program of the Women's Health and Disease Nursing Summer Internship III will be followed by observations and observations of a nurse in the clinical setting and on the implementation of the lecture on women's health care information. Lessons can be found in the clinical settings where the practices related to women's health, birth and diseases can be done. It is a four-week program and the practice reports will be submitted to the department management for evaluation. Success evaluation of the course will be presented to the grading system as sufficient or inadequate.
Eighth Semester
INTERNSHIP

Course code

HMSR402

Credit

16

Theoretical

4

Practical

24

Ects

30
Clinical or field application of a total of three applied nursing courses by selecting one of the second year internal diseases or surgical diseases nursing, third year women health and diseases nursing or child health and diseases nursing, fourth grade mental health and illnesses or public health nursing courses made; Clinical / field individual / group studies; Clinical / field teaching in nursing; Case studies and presentation. At the end of the 8 week intensive program, in addition to the internship form filled out by the supervisor, the course evaluation is provided by the student's assessment reports prepared by the student. The student gains clinical problem solving skills from a holistic perspective.
GRADUATION PROJECT

Course code

HMSR404

Credit

2

Theoretical

0

Practical

0

Ects

4
The aim of this course is to acquire the skills to use the necessary statistical package program, knowledge of the research planning and execution in the field of health, to choose appropriate statistical methods according to the obtained data and to interpret the results, to provide appropriate report writing methods, footnotes and references, as well as attitudes that do not adopt scientific research ethics rules . A report evaluating the superiority or parity of similar works on the basis of the collection of data of this derste, hypothesised worker whose project implementation course is a prerequisite, interpreting the results according to the appropriate statistical method and based on the current literature is prepared. For the preparation of the article for the course, similar studies are examined, the contribution of the work to be done is assessed.
AREA ELECTIVE

Course code

HMSRXX3

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
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AREA ELECTIVE

Course code

HMSRXX4

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
ALAN SEÇMELİ

Optional modules

OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES IN HEALTH INSTITUTIONS

Course code

SAGY411

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

0
In this course, the following topics are covered: the definition of occupational and occupational diseases, classification of occupational diseases, legal procedures and application in occupational diseases, criteria to be included in the occupational disease class, the legal process to be followed after occupational disease, legal rights and responsibilities of individuals with occupational diseases, health in occupational diseases. the importance of surveillance, diseases due to chemical risk factors, occupational skin cancer and precancerous skin diseases, occupational diseases due to physical risk factors, occupational diseases due to psychosocial risk factors, infectious diseases, occupational diseases due to social respiratory system risk factors, occupational diseases due to radiation and electromagnetic fields, Occupational diseases due to musculoskeletal risk factors and cancers due to occupational risks are included.
GERIATRICS

Course code

HMSR213

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
This course detect the problems of the elderly segment of the population and aims to produce a solution to the problem. To interpret the aging process to the students in this course will be able to discuss our country and the priority issues in the world related to old age, to explain the aging theory, be able to analyze the political processes aimed at protecting the rights of the elderly and evaluation ability, geriatric period to plan nursing care about the changes and challenges, to explain the etiology and pathophysiology of geriatric diseases, geriatric know the disease and treatment plan and to make the patient follow-up, you can define the needs of the elderly, found in nursing interventions and evaluate the results, geriatric period protective nursing scope to discuss the subjects, to make the elderly patient education, to plan initiatives to improve the quality of life in older people, to exploit situations that might occur during old age against issues such as awareness raising is intended to have knowledge and skills.
INTERCULTURAL NURSING

Course code

HMSR307

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
This course introduces students to the experience which cultural issues in patient care , to which the approach should be how , it should be considered how the cultural approach to research , how to reach the sensing of amaçlamaktadır.b course affect the maintenance of the ethical aspects and cultural issues of the objectives ; in the student's ability to understand the nursing model of intercultural and globalized health care system is to provide nursing care in accordance with the different cultural groups. Sonunu expected to be in the students' achievements in the course ; Provides a comprehensive and systematic nursing care for different cultural groups , it gives examples of the beliefs and attitudes of the different cultural groups in health and disease , analyze the impact of culture on health and disease , explains the impact of culture on communication process, explains transcultural nursing models.
VIOLENCE IN THE FAMILY

Course code

HMSR308

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
This course sociology student dynamics of domestic violence and the nature , aims to grip within the history and psychological perspectives. course content Violence definition and types of domestic violence : types, size, dynamics and effects of bulgularıb research on domestic violence course complements and benefits to be derived about the successful students of the course are as follows: In this course the students basic issues relating to domestic abuse and violence is considered to be analytical , often violence and know the basic approach for the particular domestic violence against children and peer violence of what is happening Understands basic debate on intra-family violence related to cultural , familial and individual size / influence of , for example, socio-cultural and economic structures , poverty, lack of education understand how domestic violence can affect.
SEXUAL HEALTH

Course code

HMSR309

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
The nature of sexual behaviour: theoretical and empirical issues: definitions ofnormal, diversity and conformity, and implications for sexual health. The regulation of sexual conduct; Historical and social science approaches to the study of sexual behaviour (i.e. variations through time and across societies). Trends in sexual mores and their implications for public health. Influences on sexual attitudes and lifestyles - psychological, biological, cultural, religious, political, technological, etc; Political aspects of sexual health; treatment of sexual issues in society, implications of stigma, sensitivities and taboos for practice of sexual health medicine and provision of services. Communication about sexual matters. Gender issues in sexual health; Researching sexual behaviour: pitfalls and possibilities; appropriate and inappropriate methodologies; examples of qualitative and quantitative research; Public health priorities in sexual health. Designing, executing and assessing sexual health interventions.
ONCOLOGY NURSING

Course code

HMSR314

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
In this course, the mechanism of cancer is based on the students' oncology nursing , signs and symptoms related to cancer , cancer treatments and side effects, in our country, the symptoms of the most common cancer symptoms, you amaçlanmaktadır.d know the problems that cancer patients and their families to the diagnosis and treatment of age-related end students the historical development of oncology nursing , roles and responsibilities , knows the standards and work areas, the biology of cancer and prevention explain the factors that influence cancer and knows early detection methods , explains the methods used in the treatment of cancer Turkey also knows the most common cancer and prevention methods for turkey the most common cancers and knows the methods of protection , define problems experienced by patients and their families in the process and requirements.
RATIONAL DRUG USAGE

Course code

HMSR212

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
This course is wrong and unnecessary drug use, the perception that it is a serious problem affecting the public health, irrational use of drugs to reduce the compliance of patients, drug interactions, some drugs on resistance development, disease recurrence or extension of the adverse event to the increase in the incidence, treatment costs increase to why is aimed to realize that. The aim of the course is drug benefits / loss to evaluate according to the rate, to perform the pharmacovigilance activities to plan the priority of the drugs will be selected according to the disease, to report on pharmacovigilance data, to classify them according to the commonly used drug for indications, to distinguish between cases where there is no indication of compliance with different drug groups interpret the effect on indications of each other, drug appropriate dose, to design the usage and duration, to calculate the lowest dose possible for the treatment to detect errors that may occur during the use of drugs, to gain knowledge and talent skills of students required for the likely duration of treatment evaluation
HEALTH SERVICES IN DISASTER

Course code

SGBL322

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
The content of this course; general definitions and concepts related to disastrous situations, causes of disastrous situations and prevention methods, disaster and disaster culture, disaster management, emergency action and evacuation plans, health and support services in disastrous situations are included. These are definition of catastrophic situations, common characteristics, natural disasters and man-made disasters and preparedness for disastrous situations, epidemiological characteristics of catastrophic situations, assessment of the health of individuals in disastrous situations and triage, rapid assessment, response to disastrous situations-emergency phase organization of aid, recognition and protection of risk groups, nutrition in catastrophic situations, environmental health services, temporary shelters and approaches to protection from communicable diseases, evaluation and protection of individuals' mental health in disastrous situations, recognition and prevention of ethical violations in disastrous situations.
HEALTH PROMOTION AND HEALTH EDUCATION

Course code

HMSR217

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
This course of society to want to be healthy , them know how to stay healthy , personal or to realize they can do collectively to maintain health , needed to encourage them to apply for medical care and be able to do the recommended maintenance practices , community common vai in often contracted by detecting a disease and should ability initiatives plany , knowing the service saglýk primary and inform all members of society to benefit from primary health hiizmet , if an application threatining saglýk to detect it and perform planning applications for the continuation of the practice , knowing the information needed for the continuation of existing health t and transfer to individuals and also our goal to provide the lesson did not want to be a healthy society .
PALLIATIVE CARE

Course code

HMSR215

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

This course of life-threatening diseases, depending on emerging issues faced by patients and family, pain and other problems, to be determined by early diagnosis and evaluation; physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs are not intended to be covered by the prevention of suffering and learning practices to mitigate and contribute to improving the quality of life. course content in palliative care in the process of the primary disease control, evaluation of physical symptoms, psychiatric problems in patients and their families need palyatik care, spiritual problems, social problems, economic problems, and diagnosis of the end of life needs care process takes place to effectively deal with the period of mourning. With this course the student; Primary palliative care process to know the control of the disease, evaluation of physical symptoms have the knowledge and skills palyatik care should define psychiatric problems in patients and their families, plans to maintain and apply life defines the latest requirements, plan the maintenance and to apply, mourning period with effective coping methods such know will gain knowledge and skills.
NURSING INFORMATCS

Course code

HMSR214

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
This course is Nursing Informatics, Information Technology in Hospital Information System; how to reach the information, to obtain how the data, how to use, how to be recorded and will be stored at how learning to students in amaçlamaktadır.b the purpose; to relate the information technology .hemşirelik services, to know the importance of information technology in nursing care and evaluation, information technology in hi emşirelik services ability to sort the fields are used, the taking into consideration ethics, information technology in nursing care, evaluate the information technology used in patient care and follow-up, to as information technology used in patient care and follow-up, electronic health record systems, clinical decision support systems and electronic prescribing practices Interpret and use information technologies at the level required by the nursing field, to follow innovations in the field of information technology used in patient care and follow-up, to test the use of skin emerging technologies, such as the knowledge and skills necessary to gain competence is intended to give the students came.
DIABETES NURSING

Course code

HMSR320

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
In this course, the following topics are covered: epidemiology, importance and classification of diabetes, roles and responsibilities of a diabetes nurse and team approach, diagnosis classification and follow-up principles in diabetes, physiology and glucose metabolism of diabetes, pathophysiological process, defining the signs and symptoms of diabetes, carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism disorders in diabetes, medical nutrition in diabetes management and healthy eating approaches, diabetes and exercise, physiological effects of insulin, treatment and method, oral antidiabetic treatment, self-monitoring, acute complications of diabetes (diabetic ketoacidosis, hyperosmolar nonketotic coma, hypoglycemia), chronic complications of diabetes (nephropathy, neuropathy, retinopathy, diabetic foot and foot care), individual nursing care of the diabetic, diabetes education, counseling in diabetes, psychosocial aspects of diabetes, prevention strategies in diabetes.
QUALITY OF HEALTH CARE

Course code

HMSR216

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

In this course students learn the care and nursing service recipients of the request in accordance with the principles of scientific norms and standards amaçlamaktadır.ders inside their expectations; quality concept, the emergence of quality and development, the importance of quality in terms of health services, factors affecting the quality of health care, the quality of the dimensions of health care, the characteristics of health institutions as business services, continuous quality improvement concepts, continuous Improvement of the quality of health services, the concept of total quality management, health total quality management in services, necessary factors for success in the quality management systems of health care, quality circles, Deming concept and Act cycle, health Benchmarking of service (benchmarking) accreditation, the standardization of Health service Processes renovation (Reengineering) in Health care, outsourcing (outsoursing) and empowerment, job excellence model, monitoring of health services, process analysis, process management issues are located.
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

Course code

HMSR310

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

This course of growth and development processes, the process of health / on the effects of the disease concept of understanding the childhood growth and development , general rules relating to growth and development , children 's healthy growth and development of the nurse 's role , developmental care according to their childhood , growth and evaluation of development monitoring the growth and development in childhood growth and development disorders in childhood to gain knowledge and skills on . Course content : Psychosocial Development Theory, developmental stages, infancy , developmental characteristics and Period -Specific Issues , Games period, the developmental characteristics and Period -Specific Issues, preschool , developmental characteristics and Period -Specific Issues, School age, developmental characteristics and Period -Specific Issues , adolescence , developmental characteristics and period -specific problems. It consists of threads
COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH

Course code

SGBL260

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
The course includes lectures on communication concept, types of communication, communication process, effecting factors on communication, communication styles, listening, body image, self esteem, self-disclosure, self-concept, stress and anxiety, crisis management, management of difficult patient, and oral and written presentation skills.
HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT

Course code

SAGY102

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

8
It is equipped with relevant information about the realization of management functions in the health care enterprise.

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