Educational placements

A.Y. 2021/2022
Overall hours
Learning objectives
Expected learning outcomes
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

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.
Course syllabus
Course Syllabus:
Describe particular situations that may have an impact on breastfeeding and lactation and support mothers in overcoming these difficulties.
Apply knowledge and skills of lactation physiology to help mothers manage effectively in the event of problems that arise during breastfeeding or in case of separation from the baby.
Describe social, cultural and political influences that can hinder breastfeeding in order to promote, support and protect it in one's own workplace.
Use effective communication to speak to pregnant women and mothers with a person centered approach.
Carry out a bibliographic research on infants and children feeding, know how to keep up to date and collaborate in research in the field.
Describe strategies for promoting public health.
Prerequisites for admission
The student will be able to access the placement exam in September if he has reached the expected number of hours and only after having delivered:
- Placement attendance sheets for each location that certify the achievement of the number of hours
- Evaluation form for each experience
- Copy of the Portfolio
- Nursing didactic record.
Teaching methods
For gestural skills acquisition, exercises, simulations, laboratory experiences are carried out during the degree course
Teaching Resources
Marisa Cantarelli Il modello delle prestazioni infermieristiche Masson 2018
Badon Pierluigi - Cesaro Simone Assistenza Infermieristica in Pediatria, ed. CEA 2015
Badon Pierluigi - Zampieron Alessandra Procedure infermieristiche pediatriche, ed. CEA 2010
UNICEF - Guide to the Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative university standards, July 2019
Assessment methods and Criteria
The Placement exam consists of:
Group work and discussions of clinical cases presented by students in different ways (role playing, presentation with slide).
For technical skills, refer to the list delivered during the year
- University credits: 6
Informal teaching: 108 hours