Placement Year 3

A.Y. 2024/2025
Overall hours
Learning objectives
- To respond independently to nursing care need and to collaborate within a multidisciplinary team to manage priority health problems, in all pediatric ages, in different social, family and multicultural contexts.
- To plan nursing care according to objectives, according to evidence base practice principles and professional ethics, adapting it to quality standards and clinical risk.
- To carry out preventive, curative, rehabilitative and palliative care interventions in all pediatric ages, using technical-relational and educational strategies and assessing achieved results.
Expected learning outcomes
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding
- plan the delivery of nursing care in collaboration with the family and the interdisciplinary care group;
- evaluate the progress of care in collaboration with the interdisciplinary group, guaranteeing continuity of care;
- be responsible for providing and evaluating pediatric nursing care in accordance with professional quality standards and considering legal indications and ethical responsibilities such as newborns' rights

Ability to apply knowledge and understanding
- integrate the knowledge and skills stemming from the nursing discipline, from biomedical, psychological, socio-cultural and humanistic features to recognize the care needs of the newborn and the family and provide appropriate, effective and evidence-based pediatric nursing care;
- apply the nursing care on the basis of the reference disciplinary theoretical models to assess and diagnose health status and care needs in their physical, psychological and socio-cultural dimensions, plan goals, implement and evaluate the care provided and outcomes achieved;
- conduct a complete and systematic evaluation of data relating to the care needs of the newborn to facilitate growth, development and adaptation in health promotion, maintenance and recovery;
- analyze and accurately interpret the data collected through clinical reasoning;
- interpret and apply the results of research to nursing practice and link research paths to the theoretical development of the nursing discipline;
- provide nursing care in different care settings, both in- and out- of-hospital settings
Single course

This course cannot be attended as a single course. Please check our list of single courses to find the ones available for enrolment.

Course syllabus and organization

Single session

MED/45 - NURSING - University credits: 28
Practicals - Exercises: 840 hours