Pathology
Study plans 2016-2017 - SPL2031D - 10 ECTS

Prerequisite(s)

 PRU1002D - Preparation for Clinical Practice 1
 SPL1004D - Nursing Science/Natural Science
 SPL1012D - Nursing Science/Social Science
 SPL1092D - Social science/Psychology
 VPS1002D - Supervised Practicum in Nursing home

SPL1004D MED - Medicamentel calculation
 

On the basis of

 Either VPK2002D- Supervised practicum surgical ward, 
 or VPM2002D - Supervised practicum medical ward
 or VPP2002D - Supervised practicum mental health ward
 

Expected learning outcomes

The student has knowledge about:

Causes, symptoms/signs, diagnostics and treatment of damages and diseases in the organ systems.

General and special pharmacology, including indication, effects and side-effects of drugs in order to maintain patient safety

Has knowledge about nutrition and its effect on health, disease and treatment

Topic(s)

General pathology and pharmacology

Cardiovascular and blood diseases

Diseases in the nervous system and the skeletal and muscular system

Diseases in the respiratory organs and ear-nose-throat (ENT) diseases

Diseases in endocrine organs, diabetes mellitus

Diseases in the digestive system and nutritional needs during illness

Kidney and urinary tract diseases, fluid/electrolyte and acid/base disorders

Traumatology, injuries/intoxications and first aid

Gynaecology and paediatrics

Teaching Methods

Lectures
Group works
E-learning
Reflection

Teaching Methods (additional text)

Reflection and group work will be included in the use of advanced patient simulators.

Form(s) of Assessment

Written exam, 4 hours

Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)

 Written Exam, 4 hours 
 

Grading Scale

Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)

External/internal examiner

Written exam: External+internal examiner

Re-sit examination

Next semester

Examination support

Begrepsavklaring.

Coursework Requirements

None

Teaching Materials

See curriculum 2. course

Replacement course for

SPL2022D

Additional information

When applications for the accreditation, transfer and recognition of courses from earlier cohorts or other institutions similar programs, each application is treated individually and applicants must be able to include such credits reduction by overlapping topics