Interdisciplinary vocational course 2

A.Y. 2020/2021
8
Max ECTS
64
Overall hours
SSD
ING-INF/06 MED/25 MED/26 MED/34 MED/38 MED/39 MED/48
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The course is aimed at providing students with basic knowledge about:
- technological developments in motor rehabilitation;
- the operational tools for the management and organization of the rehabilitation staff activities and services in healthcare facilities;
- the concepts of rehabilitation, re-education and assistance in the context of therapeutic projects, in teamwork, and in the formulation of functional diagnoses and disability profiles within the specific area of pediatric interventions;
- the availability of a common language based on the ICF-CY model and principles in rehabilitation teams, allowing for the joint assessment of the domains of biophysiological functions, daily activities and participation;
- the influence of epidemiological data on decision-making in the organisation of services and in the provision of care, while taking ethical issues into account in health related decisions;
- the importance of involving families in the rehabilitation process based on the Family Centered Care model and the Measurement of the Cure Process, following the approach proposed by the Canadian "CanChild";
- the methodological procedure involved in the taking charge process within the Rehabilitation Services, including the steps of Welcome, Rehabilitation Process, Network Interventions, Communication, Information, Education and Research;
- the Italian DRG system and the financial provision for rehabilitation admissions in Lombardy, the meaning and aims of the SDO, the audit procedures on medical records performed by the ASL
- the major neurodegenerative diseases, in order to make patients and caregivers aware of their health conditions;
- the model of the Free Choice Pediatric Specialist, the importance of promoting breastfeeding and vaccination prevention strategies;
- organisational models in psychiatric care
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
- know the basic technical, operational and management procedures to be used in the organization and management of health services provided by rehabilitation professionals
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

All lessons will take place synchronously through the Teams platforms. All lessons will be recorded and made available to students on the Ariel platform, together with additional learning materials.
The course program and materials will not change.
During the emergency phase exams will be performed orally through Teams. Whenever possible, written exams will be organized in presence, following the indications concerning safety and social distancing. The possibility to perform the exam orally in remote mode will be anyway guaranteed for students living in other regions or countries, as well as for students with serious pathologies.
Prerequisites for admission
No prior knowledge required.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The assessment of learning outcomes consists of a written test, taking place during specific exam sessions, as per the Rules. The test includes multiple choice questions.
All the modules comprised in the teaching contribute equally to determining the final mark, expressed on a scale of 30.
No intermediate or early exam sessions are planned.
Teaching materials or notes are not allowed for consultation during testing.
The results are published on the ARIEL website of the master degree.
Electronic and informatics bioengineering
Course syllabus
- Methods and techniques for motion analysis:
- Issues and basic state-of-the-art instrumentation.
- Clinical models and protocols.
- The gait analysis lab: Musculoskeletal models and motion simulation; functional orthopaedic surgery
- Surgery assisted by computer and surgical navigation.
- Robotic rehabilitation.
- Motility monitoring tools: Inertial sensors; Implantable sensors
- Telemedicine for respiratory dysfunctions: study of breathing biomechanics through optoelectronic
plethysmography
- Disability and overcoming the disability: home automation.
Teaching methods
Lectures and group clinical discussions will be held on the Microsoft Teams Platform and can be followed in both synchronous and asynchronous mode: They will be recorded and available for students on Microsoft Teams.
Teaching Resources
Slides and learning materials provided by the teacher
Neuropsychiatric and rehabilitation nursing sciences
Course syllabus
- Organizational context in services, operational units and health companies
- Roles and functions
- Roles and activities
- Leadership roles and styles
- Management tools and tools
Teaching methods
Teaching is provided through mixed-mode lessons (face to face classroom lessons and remote lessons on Teams platform), according to a time table published on the Ateneo's website and on the ARIEL website of the master degree.
Teaching Resources
- Calamandrei C., Orlandi C. La Dirigenza Infermieristica, Mc Graw-Hill, 2015
- Forssyth P. Come far crescere i propri collaboratori Franco Angeli, 2009.
- Vignati E., Bruno P. Tecniche di management sanitario Franco Angeli, 2004
- Basaglia N. Progettare la Riabilitazione, il lavoro in team interprofessionale Edi Ermes, 2002
- Slide e altra bibliografia a cura del Docente e disponibile sul sito ARIEL Docente
Child neuropsychiatry
Course syllabus
· General concepts about paediatric rehabilitation: the "Child Rehabilitation Manifesto".
· The International Classification of Functioning (ICF) and its application in the context of care in children's age
· (version CY: Children Youth)
· Epidemiology and Ethics as important prerequisite in service organizational choices.
· Family Centered Care: sharing in decision making and in the rehabilitation process.
· Good practice in Rehabilitation Services: proposal of a methodological grid for taking care of the child with cerebral
· palsy.
· Premature baby: general concepts and neurofunctional skills promotion interventions
· Cerebral palsy as a model for integrating skills in assessment and rehabilitation treatment.
Teaching methods
Lectures and group clinical discussions will be held on the Microsoft Teams Platform and can be followed both in synchronous and asynchronous: They will be recorded and available for students on Microsoft Teams.
Teaching Resources
Neurodevelopmental outcome and adaptive behaviour in extremely low birth weight infants at 2 years of corrected age", Gardon L, Picciolini O, Squarza C, et al., Early Hum Dev. 2019 Jan;128:81-85
- "Seven Years Cognitive Functioning and Early Assessment in Extremely Low Birth Weight Children". Squarza C, Picciolini O, Gardon L, et al., Front Psychol. 2017 Jul 21;8:1257
- "Family-centred care for children and young people with cerebral palsy: results from an Italian multicenter observational study". Molinaro A, Fedrizzi E, Calza S, Pagliano E, Jessica G, Fazzi E; GIPCI Study Group. Child Care Health Dev. 2017 Jul; 43(4):588-597.
- "Learning Disabilities in Extremely Low Birth Weight Children and Neurodevelopmental Profiles at Preschool Age" C. Squarza, O. Picciolini, L. Gardon, ML. Giannì, A. Murru, S. Gangi, I. Cortinovis, S. Milani and F. Mosca, Frontiers in Psychology, 2016 Jun 28; 7:998.
- "A longitudinal ICF-CY-based evaluation of functioning and disability of children born with very low birth weight" Fontana C, Picciolini O, Fumagalli M, Mosca F, Bernardelli G, Leonardi M, Meucci P, Raggi A, Giovannetti AM, Int J Rehabil Res. 2016 Dec; 39(4):296-301.
- "Neurofunctional assessment at term equivalent age can predict 3-year neurodevelopmental outcomes in very low birth weight infants" (Picciolini O, Montirosso R, Porro M, Giannì ML, Mosca F). Acta Paediatr. 2016 Feb;105(2):e47-53.
Physical and rehabilitation medicine
Course syllabus
- The SDO - Hospital Discharge Card: which data it contains and for what purposes; The use as a system for
hospitalization payment, research and epidemiological purposes.
- Coding of diagnoses and procedures
- Appropriateness, congruence and completeness of clinical documentation.
- Control procedures by NOCs
Teaching methods
The teaching consists of frontal classroom lessons, scheduled according to a timetable published on the ARIEL website of the master degree.
Teaching Resources
Guidelines for encoding in Rehabilitation services. Lombardy region. Delibera XI / 1184 2014
Neurology
Course syllabus
Overview: dementias
- Alzehimer's Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
Parkinsonisms
- Dizziness and imbalances
- Peripheral neuropathies
Teaching methods
Lectures and group clinical discussions will be held on the Microsoft Teams Platform and can be followed both in synchronous and asynchronous: They will be recorded and available for students on Microsoft Teams.
Teaching Resources
Mazziotta JC, Jankovic J, Daroff RB, Pomeroy SL (2016). Bradley's Neurology in Clinical Practice, 7th Edition. Elsevier.
General and subspecialty paediatrics
Course syllabus
-Organization of Pediatrics in Italy
- Breastfeeding
- Vaccinations
Teaching methods
The teaching consists of on line lectures on the Microsoft Teams both frontal classroom lessons, scheduled according to a timetable published on the ARIEL website of the master degree.
Teaching Resources
Slides provided during classes.
Per approfondimento:
- GR. Burgio, S. Bertelloni. Una Pediatria per la società che cambia. Tecniche Nuove. 2007.
- GV. Zuccotti. Manuale di Pediatria. La Pratica Clinica. Edizioni Esculapio. 2016
Psychiatry
Course syllabus
1) Regulatory context: from the asylum paradigm to a patient-centred treatment model
· L.180/1978 (legge Basaglia ): Territorial Psychiatry; deinstitutionalisation and de-hospitalisation;
Mandatory Health Treatments Reform (TSO)
· L.833/1978: Establishment of the SSN
· L.81/2014: closure of Judicial Psychiatric Hospitals and Residences for the Execution of Security Measures

2) The organizational model of Community Psychiatry: the Department of Mental Health (DSM) and the Regional Plan for the Mental Health
· SPDC (Psychiatric Diagnosis and Care Service)
· CPS/CSM (Psychosocial Centre/Mental Health Centre)
· CD (Day Centre)
· CRA- CRM (High Assistance Rehabilitation Community - Medium Assistance Rehabilitation Community)
· CPA- CPM (Protected Community with High Assistance - Protected Community with Medium Assistance)
· RL (light residency)
Teaching methods
The teaching consists of on line lectures and group discussions on the Microsoft Teams platform, scheduled according to a timetable published on the ARIEL website of the master degree.
Teaching Resources
Slides provided by the teacher.
Child neuropsychiatry
MED/39 - CHILD NEUROPSYCHIATRY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 8 hours
Professor: Picciolini Odoardo
Electronic and informatics bioengineering
ING-INF/06 - ELECTRONIC AND INFORMATICS BIOENGINEERING - University credits: 2
Lessons: 16 hours
Professor: Frigo Carlo Albino
General and subspecialty paediatrics
MED/38 - PAEDIATRICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 8 hours
Professor: Fabiano Valentina
Neurology
MED/26 - NEUROLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 8 hours
Professor: Silani Vincenzo
Neuropsychiatric and rehabilitation nursing sciences
MED/48 - NURSING IN NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND REHABILITATION - University credits: 1
Lessons: 8 hours
Physical and rehabilitation medicine
MED/34 - PHYSICAL AND REHABILITATION MEDICINE - University credits: 1
Lessons: 8 hours
Professor: Perucca Laura
Psychiatry
MED/25 - PSYCHIATRY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 8 hours
Professor: Bressi Cinzia
Professor(s)
Reception:
Monday 11.00 - 12.00 a.m.
IRCCS Istituto Auxologico Italiano, Piazzale Brescia no. 20, 20149 Milano