Clinical nursing for mother and child

A.Y. 2020/2021
4
Max ECTS
60
Overall hours
SSD
MED/38 MED/40 MED/45 MED/47
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
To know the main diseases in obstetrics and gynecology and pediatrics also at the light of multi-ethnicity.
To Identify the nursing needs of women and children, related to different health and disease status in the obstetric and gynecological, maternal-child and pediatric fields even at the light of multi-ethnicity.
To Inform and educate the woman and child for health.
Expected learning outcomes
The student will describe the etiopathogenetic and pathophysiological mechanisms of relevant pathologies in obstetrics-gynecology and pediatrics, signs and symptoms, and diagnostic and therapeutic indications.
The student will identify the needs of nursing care and describe the significant interventions for women and children related to different states of health and illness, in the obstetric, gynecological and pediatric field, also in the light of multi-ethnicity.
Course syllabus and organization

Sezione: Busto Arsizio

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Baroffio Giovanna
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Pellegatta Chiara
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: Cernusco

Responsible
Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Franco Valentina
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Regina Francesca
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Santamaria Carmela
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Vignali Michele

Sezione: Crema

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Aramini Lucio
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Giuliani Anastasia
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Maiandi Stefano
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: Don Gnocchi

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Bertocco Mara
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Fama' Alessandra

Sezione: Fatebenefratelli

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Giordano Laura
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Mori Letizia
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Cesari Elena

Sezione: IEO

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Mancini Valentina
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Conconi Francesca
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Clerici Martina
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: Magenta

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Fabiano Valentina
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Borrini Paola
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Bertozzi Rosanna

Sezione: Niguarda

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Mancini Luca
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Grassi Ilaria Sara
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Coscia Paola
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: Policlinico

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Sannino Patrizio
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Persico Nicola

Sezione: Rho

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Barberi Salvatore
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Sala Daria
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Maiandi Stefano
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: Sacco

Responsible
Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Giacomet Vania
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Fenice Roberta
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Basile Patrizia
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: San Carlo

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Ruzza Maria Lorena
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Barzaghi Mara
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Guarnerio Paolo

Sezione: San Donato

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Ottolina Jessica

Sezione: San Giuseppe

Responsible
Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Morasca Laura
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Bianchi Stefano

Sezione: San Paolo

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Cefalo Graziella
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Valente Clorinda
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Zambelli Enrica
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Bernardi Franco

Sezione: Tumori

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing Sciences 1 and Internship 1.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions, in addition, if the subject requires it, the candidate is also assessed with respect to the calculation tests related to the teaching.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions whose assessment relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
The newborn:
Definition, classification and anatomo-physiological particularities
Neonatal screening
Neonatal hycterus
Anatomophysiological features of the preterm and low weight infant: care and follow-up
Stature-ponderal augmentation
Psychomotor development
Chromosomopathies and genetic syndromes
Primary care
The diseases most frequently hospitalized in pediatric age from infant to teenager:
Digestive system: acute gastroenteritis, malabsorption
Respiratory system: laryngitis, bronchiolitis, asthma, tuberculosis
S.N.C: seizures, meningitis, tumors
Nephrological diseases: urinary tract infection, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome.
Oncohaematological diseases
Endocrine and metabolic diseases
Exanthematical and infectious diseases of childhood
Prevention interventions:
Breastfeeding
Nutrition as prevention
Vaccination strategies
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Course syllabus
Pregnancy: medical monitoring
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Sterility and assisted reproduction
Voluntary termination of pregnancy
The climacteric: medical, therapeutic aspects
Caesarean section
Pregnancy Pathology: ectopic pregnancy, gestosis
Genital infections
Gynaecological pathology: fibroids, ovarian cysts, prolapse, neoplasms
Surgical interventions
Instrumental diagnostics in pregnancy: obstetric ultrasound, amniocentesis, villocentesis
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: gynaecological ultrasound, colposcopy, hysteroscopy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
Physiological infant
Care for a healthy newborn baby at birth
Nutrition: breast feeding and artificial breastfeeding
The nursing units in the maternal and infant area: Newborn Island, Nursery, Rooming-in, Open Nursery
Preterm infant
Preterm infant care: hypothermia, dehydration, nutrition
The baby in the hospital
Baby care: malnutrition, pain, fever, asthma, vomiting, diarrhoea
The multi-ethnic approach with the child and the family
Parental leave regulations
Charter of the rights of hospitalized children
School and play in the hospital
Psychological, communicative, relational aspects
Management of drug therapy
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Badon P, Cesaro S. Assistenza infermieristica in pediatria. (2ed). Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, 2015
Midwifery
Course syllabus
The menarch
Contraception and L.194/78
Pregnancy and various cultures: sociological and bioethical aspects
Health education during pregnancy: hygiene, nutrition, monitoring
Physiological child birth assistance in hospital or at home
The newborn in the delivery room, the puerperium
Assistance to the woman with obstetric pathology in hospital
The prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Care needs of women with non-oncological gynaecological pathology
Care needs of women with gynaecological oncological pathology
Instrumental diagnostics in gynaecology: nursing care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Pescetto G,De Cecco G,Pecorari D, Ragni N. Ginecologia e ostetricia. (5ed) Roma: Universo, 2017
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Midwifery
MED/47 - MIDWIFERY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Nuciforo Barbara
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Obstetrics and gynaecology
MED/40 - OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Parazzini Fabio