Clinical nursing sciences 3

A.Y. 2021/2022
4
Max ECTS
63
Overall hours
SSD
MED/45
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
Acquire the methods and techniques of therapeutic education to the person, designed to respond to nursing care needs.
Know the methods and strategies to respond to nursing care needs of patient and family in home care and nursing home
Acquire the knowledge and methods in order to manage nursing care for patient in terminal phase, in relation to the promotion of individual residual abilities to respond to nursing care needs, support during the process of dying, involvement and support during the family mourning phase
Design interventions of information and therapeutic education to the person and the family in every area, with particular reference to the home context and residential structures (Professional Laboratory 3)
Apply tools for therapeutic education (eg role playing)
Develop the ability to establish and maintain supportive relationships with the patient and his caregivers to deal responsibly with the ethical and deontological problems that arise during care and assistance in the terminal phase of life (Professional Laboratory 3).
Expected learning outcomes
The student will describe the methods and tools for therapeutic education, based on the population's characteristics and care settings, the main ethical issues of end of life
The student will identify nursing care needs and describe significant interventions for the end-of-life person
The student will describe the main ethical issues of the end of life of the person and the family.
The student will recognize the differences in palliation and terminality management in people with cancer diseases and people with chronic-degenerative disabilities
The student will design a therapeutic education intervention for the population affected by chronic degenerative diseases in the different setting of life and care.
Course syllabus and organization

Sezione: Busto Arsizio

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: Cernusco

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Professor: Schena Gianluigi
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: Crema

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Editore Edra 2018
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Editore Edra 2018
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Professor: Magri Andrea
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: Don Gnocchi

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Professor: Papini Marzia
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: Fatebenefratelli

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings







· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Shifts:
Gruppo 1
Professor: Tagliani Naomi
Gruppo 2
Professor: Fanari Francesco
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: IEO

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
La prova scritta prevede domande a risposta chiusa e/o aperta.
La valutazione della prova scritta di sbarramento NON dà luogo a un voto, ma alla sola ammissione alla prova orale.
La prova orale prevede domande la cui valutazione è relativa ai seguenti parametri: contenuto, logica, proprietà di linguaggio.
La valutazione della prova orale è in trentesimi.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Professor: Passoni Claudia
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: Istituto Tumori

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Shifts:
Gruppo 1
Professor: Schena Gianluigi
Gruppo 2
Professor: Rusconi Federica Sara
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: Magenta

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: Niguarda

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Shifts:
Gruppo 1
Professor: Scala Cristina Grazia Rita
Gruppo 2
Professor: La Torre Anna Rita
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: Policlinico

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professor: Rancati Stefania

Sezione: Rho

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Professor: Falcone Graziella
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: Sacco

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings







· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Professor: Spotti Daniela
Shifts:
Gruppo 1
Professor: Spotti Daniela
Gruppo 2
Professor: Spotti Daniela
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: San Carlo

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Professor: Marzano Virna
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: San Donato

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Professor: Caruso Maria Paola
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professors: Ghizzardi Greta, Magon Arianna, Nania Tiziana

Sezione: San Giuseppe

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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..
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings

· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Professor: Petrone Tiziano
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours

Sezione: San Paolo

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have passed the exams of: Basic Sciences, Clinical nursing sciences 2, Medicine and pharmacology and internship 2.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
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.
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
Course syllabus
· Contest analysis and Community nursing care models
a) The network of social-health services: continuity between care settings, protected discharge project, health care services, primary care, intermediate care, home care, hospice, integrated care models, chronic care model, CreG (CronicRelated Group) , regional networks, the relationship between nurses and patient's relatives in hospital and at home, the meaning of continuity of care, the concept of hospital discharge process and feasibility / acceptability at home.
b) Reference legislation:
- Law 833/1978 "Establishment of the National Health System"
- Legislative Decree 502/1992 and Law n. 724 of 23rd December 1994
- The Regional Health System: regional legislation (Operating rules)
- European Directives on continuity care between hospital, community and home care
- Law 328/2000 Realization of the integrated system of interventions and social services.
- National Health Plan and Essential Levels of Care (LEA)
- Law n. 38 of 15th March 2010, Provisions to ensure access to palliative care and pain therapy.

c) Actors and recipients of nursing care:
- Family nurse, case manager
- Family, person, group, community
- The multi-professional team
- The role of the caregiver in different care settings







· Preventive nursing care
Methods and tools for nursing care:
Therapeutic education for individuals, families and particular groups, with interventions on the environment, nutrition, relationships, adherence to therapy, to guarantee a good quality of life for people with chronic degenerative diseases: AIDS, tuberculosis , oncological and/or hematological diseases, aged people, with cognitive problems
Use of IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living) assessment scales in the aged people at intra and extra-hospital care services
Diagnostic and therapeutic paths at home
Integrated home documentation

· Nursing care for people:
In the end of life and accompaniment to death; support to family members in the choices at the end of life and during the mourning phases
In oncological and non-oncological palliative care and pain treatment
In a condition of chronic and chronic degenerative conditions (eg. aged people, disabled, severe psycho-physical frailties
In people with oncological and / or hematological pathology (eg. immunodepressed people, oral anticoagulants therapy)
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
Course syllabus
Therapeutic education project for people in chronic-degenerative conditions, family, caregivers, community in extra-hospital contexts, with particular attention to ethical implications.
Exercise (through role play or video projection) for the development of communication skills to expand palliative and end of life care
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons, exercises.
Teaching Resources
Scalorbi S. Infermieristica preventiva e di comunità. Milano: McGraw-Hill; 2012.
Beghelli A, Ferraresi A, Manfredini M. Educazione Terapeutica - Metodologia e Applicazioni, Roma: Carrocci Faber; 2015.
Prandi C, Obbia P, Marcadelli S. Assistenza domiciliare e cure primarie. Il nuovo orizzonte della professione infermieristica. Milano: Edra, 2018.
Prandi C. Infermieristica in cure palliative. Milano: Edra, 2015.
Chiari P, Santullo A. L'Infermiere case manager: dalla teoria alla prassi. 2aed. Milano: Mc Graw Hill; 2011.
Lab 3
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 1
Practicals: 18 hours
Professor: Pezzoli Emanuel
Nursing sciences: general, clinical and paediatric
MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours