Psicology, Professional Ethics and Deontology

A.Y. 2020/2021
5
Max ECTS
50
Overall hours
SSD
M-PSI/01 MED/43 MED/50
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
Provide basic knowledge on the theoretical and methodological principles of analysis and research in the field of general psychology and the principles on which behavioral analysis, bioethical and deontologic issues are based.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course the student has a preparation that allows him to understand the basic aspects of human behavior, the fundamental themes of bioethics and professional ethics.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Didactic methods.
Half of the students, according to pre-established shifts, will participate from time to time in face-to-face lessons in classrooms suitably equipped for the Covid emergency, where safety conditions allow it.
Furthermore, to allow them to be used both in synchronous and asynchronous mode for students not present in the classroom, the lessons will be held simultaneously on the Microsoft Teams platform and can be followed both in synchrony on the basis of the first semester and in asynchronous mode, because they will be registered and left on the same platform available to students not present in the classroom.
Lessons may also include pre-recorded materials.
If the situation worsens, the lessons will be delivered through the Microsoft Teams platform and can be followed both in synchronous according to the scheduled time and asynchronously, because they are recorded through the same platform.

Program and reference material.
The program and reference material will not change. The teaching material (slides displayed during the lectures) will be available on the Ariel platform dedicated to teaching.

Methods for verifying learning and evaluation criteria.
The exam will take place in writing in the presence or in the event of an aggravation of the pandemic, with the moodle + seb + webconference modality to be activated in collaboration with the Center for educational innovation and multimedia technologies of the University of Milan.
Prerequisites for admission
No prior knowledge is required.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The assessment of learning takes place through the final exam, which verifies the acquisition of the knowledge and skills expected for the lessons of the integrated course through a written test lasting 2 hours. The test is based on close and open-end questions. The exam is considered passed if the student has achieved a minimum score of 18 points in the written test.
The booking on the UNIMIA portal, within the dates established for each appeal, is mandatory for the examination.
Bioethics
Course syllabus
What is bioethics?
End of life issues
The ethics of truth-telling in healthcare settings
Clinical experimentation: opportunity or risk?
Conscientious objection.
Ethical aspects of organ transplantation
The ethical debate on the allocation of resources in Healthcare.
Teaching methods
The course is divided into a series of lectures with slide shows in Power Point. The lectures slides are uploaded to the Ariel website.
Teaching Resources
BORSELLINO: Bioetica tra morali e diritto - Raffaello Cortina, 2018
BONIOLO, MAUGERI: Etica alle frontiere della biomedicina - Mondadori Università, 2014
CATTORINI: Bioetica. Metodo ed elementi di base per affrontare problemi clinici - Elsevier, 2011 (quarta edizione)
Professional ethics
Course syllabus
Operator/patient and operator/operator communication.
The profession of RT(R): an outline of the history of the profession, legislation and reference jurisprudence.
The RT(R)'s Code of Ethics.
The professional responsibilities of the RT(R).
Teaching methods
The course is divided into a series of lectures with slide shows in Power Point. The lectures slides are uploaded to the Ariel website.
Teaching Resources
Articoli di Luca Benci, Giurista
BALZANO: Cultura giuridica delle professioni sanitarie
Sito Federazione nazionale Ordini TSRM-PSTRP
ZOPPINI: Comunicazione operatore/paziente ed operatore/operatore - 2013
PIPIO: Comunicare con sé stessi e con gli altri. Strumenti e strategie per risolvere situazioni critiche Dott. Antonio Pipio - Health Coaching Academy, 2018
ZACCARELLI: La conoscenza condivisa - 2019
GUSMARA: La Responsabilità dei Professionisti Sanitari alla luce della Legge 24/17. Aspetti assicurativi - Divisione Enti Pubblici e Sanità Aon
Quotidiano Sanità
www.tsrm.org - LEGISLAZIONE UTILE - Documenti - Atti generali
(Regolamenti, Leggi, Disposizioni generali, Codici)
Legge 4 agosto 1965, n. 1103. Regolamentazione giuridica dell'arte ausiliaria sanitaria di radiologia medica
Legge 31 gennaio 1983, n. 25. Modifiche ed integrazioni della legge 4 agosto 1965, n. 1103 e al decreto del Presidente della Repubblica 6 marzo 1968, n. 680 sulla regolamentazione giuridica dell'esercizio dell'attività di tecnico sanitario di radiologia medica
Decreto del Presidente della Repubblica 26 settembre 1994, n. 746. Profilo professionale del tecnico sanitario di radiologia medica
Legge 26 febbraio 1999, n. 42. Disposizioni in materia di professioni sanitarie
Legge 10 agosto 2000, n. 251. Disciplina delle professioni sanitarie infermieristiche, tecniche, della riabilitazione, della prevenzione, nonché della professione ostetrica
Legge 1 febbraio 2006, n. 46. Disposizioni in materia di professioni sanitarie infermieristiche, ostetrica, riabilitative, tecnico - sanitarie e della prevenzione e delega al Governo per l'istituzione dei relativi ordini professionali
Decreto del Ministero della Salute 5 marzo 2003. Risk management in Sanità. Commissione tecnica sul rischio clinico
Codice deontologico TSRM: anno 2004 Responsabile e coordinatore di progetto: Alessandro BEAUX
Legge 8 marzo 2017, n. 24. Disposizioni in materia di sicurezza delle cure e della persona assistita, nonché in materia di responsabilità professionale degli esercenti le professioni sanitarie. (17G00041) (GU Serie Generale n.64 del 17-03-2017)
Centro Servizi SUIMSM Università degli Studi Torino
La responsabilità professionale degli esercenti le professioni sanitarie dopo l'entrata in vigore della Legge 8 marzo 2017, n. 24
General psychology
Course syllabus
Clinical psychology: introduction.
The relationship between body and psyche: the biomedical, holistic and bio-psycho-social model.
The process of adaptation in the disease.
Psychology and health workers.
Empowerment: in health and health professionals.
Illness conditions and type of assistance.
Interaction and communication: the axioms of communication, empathy.
Anxiety and stress: adaptive and pathological features, Burn Out syndrome (causes, symptoms, effects), coping mechanisms.
The group and the work group: objectives, method, roles, communication and group phenomena.
Reading of a scientific article: typologies, structure.
Teaching methods
The course is divided into a series of lectures with slide shows in Power Point. The lectures slides are uploaded to the Ariel website.
Teaching Resources
MENGOZZI: Psicologia per l'operatore socio-sanitario - Carocci Faber ed.
Bioethics
MED/43 - FORENSIC MEDICINE - University credits: 1
Lessons: 10 hours
General psychology
M-PSI/01 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 30 hours
Professor: Gorini Alessandra
Professional ethics
MED/50 - APPLIED MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 10 hours
Professor(s)
Reception:
On appointment
IRIDe (ex sottotetto Sapori), Via Festa del Perdono 7