Courses

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FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

Code Course Name C/E T P C ECTS
ANAT 101 Anatomy C 3 3 4 7
HIST 101 Hıstology C 2 0 2 3
PHYS 101 Physıology C 3 0 3 5
PATH 101 Pathology C 2 0 2 3
BIOC 101 Bıochemıstry C 2 0 2 3
HEM 113 Information Management in Nursing I C 2 0 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 13 3 15 25
Code Course Name C/E T P C ECTS
YİT 101 Foreıgn Language (Turkish Language I) E 2 2 4 5
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses )  5
Total ECTS of 1st Semester 30

Spring Semester

Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
NURS 102 Professional Nursing C 3 0 3 5
NURS 104 Pathways to Nursing Excellence C 3 0 3 5
MICR 102 Mıcrobıology-Parasıtology C 2 2 3 7
NURS 106 Communıcatıon Methods C 2 0 2 4
HEM 114 Information Management in Nursing II C 2 0 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 12 2 13 25
Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
YİT 102 Foreıgn Language (Turkish Language II) E 2 2 4 5
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses )  5
Total ECTS of 2nd Semester 30

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
NURS 201 Fundamentals of Nursing * C 6 12 15 20
PHAR 201 Pharmacology for Nurses C 2 0 2 3
NUTR 201 Prıncıples of Nutrıtıon C 2 0 2 3
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 10 12 19 26
Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
PATS 201 Patient Safety E 2 0 2 4
ING 223 Academic Writing Skills I E 2 0 2 4
YİT 201 Foreıgn Language (Turkish Language I) E 2 2 4 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 4
Total ECTS Of 3rd Semester 30

Spring Semester

Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
NURS 202 Medical Surgical Nursing C 6 12 15 20
NURS 204 Geriatric Nursing C 2 0 2 3
NURS 206 Oncology/Palliative Care C 2 0 2 3
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 10 12 19 26
Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
LABR 202 Laboratory Nursing E 2 0 2 4
RADY 202 Radiology Nursing E 2 0 2 4
ING 224 Academic Writing Skills I E 2 0 2 4
YİT 202 Foreıgn Language (Turkish Language II) E 2 2 4 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses ) 4
Total ECTS Of 4th Semester 30

* NURS 201 course is the prerequisite for NURS 202, NURS 301, NURS 302, NURS 401, NURS 402.

THIRD YEAR

Fall Semester

Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
NURS 301 Women Health and Gyneacology Nursing C 6 12 15 17
NURS 303 Nursing Ethics C 2 0 2 3
NURS 305 Bioistatistic C 3 0 3 4
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 11 12 20 24
Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
SOC 301 Sociology of Health E 2 0 2 3
PSYC 301 Psychology E 2 0 2 3
HEAL 301 Health Assesment E 2 0 2 3
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses )  6
Total ECTS of 5th Semester 30

Spring Semester

Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
NURS 302 Nursing for Child Health C 6 12 15 17
NURS 304 Diagnosis and Management of Infectious Diseases C 2 0 2 3
NURS 306 The Research Process in Nursing C 3 0 3 4
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 11 12 20 24
Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
NURS 308 Home Care Nursing C 2 0 2 3
NURS 310 Critical Thinking E 2 0 2 3
NURS 312 Occupational &Environmental Health E 2 0 2 3
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 6
Total ECTS of 6th Semester 30

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Semester

Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
NURS 401 Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing C 6 12 15 17
NURS 403 Transculturel Nursing C 2 0 2 3
NURS 405 Teaching Strategies in Nursing C 2 0 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 10 12 19 24
Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
SEXU 401 Sexual Health E 2 0 2 3
EVID  401 Evidence Based Nursing E 2 0 2 3
ACUT 401 Acute Care Nursing E 2 0 2 3
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses)  6
Total ECTS Of 7th Semester 30

Spring Semester

Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
NURS 402 Public Health Nursing C 6 12 15 17
NURS 404 Nursing Management  C 2 0 2 3
NURS 406 First Aids and Emergency Nursing C 2 0 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 10 12 19 24

 

Code Course Name C/E T T C ECTS
HEAL 402 Health Promotion E 2 0 2 3
CRT 402 Critical Thinking Skills E 2 0 2 3
COMP 402 Complementary Therapy E 2 0 2 3
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses)  6
Total ECTS of 8th Semester 30
PROGRAM ECTS SUMMARY
Years ECTS credits in total for Must Courses 198
Years ECTS credits in total for Elective Courses 42
Sum of ECTS credits required for graduation from the program 240

COURSE DESCRIPTION

FIRST YEAR/FALL

ANAT 101 Anatomy
Course Content: Human anatomy: General description, Terminology and general terms, Anatomical parts of human body, Skletal system, Digestion system, Circulation system, Urogenital system, Respiratory system, Nervous system based on autonomic system.

HIST 101 Histology
Course Content: Cell structure and their organisation associated with its functional properties in human body are discussed. Illustration of specific cell and tissue components by various laboratory techniques and different type of microscopes are examined. Cells with its nucleus, cytoplasm and cell membrane identified by their light and electron microscopic features. Cytoplasmic compartments of cell; including organelles (rough endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, ribosome, Golgi apparatus, mitochondria, peroxisomes, centrioles, microtubules, microfilaments) and inclusion with cytoplasmic matrix are discussed in detail. Nucleus and cell cycle in human and its importance in maintainence of the homeostasis is discussed. Tissue concepts and its classification with detailed histological structures of epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle tissue, cartilage and bone tissue, nerve tissue and blood (their cells and specialized extracellular matrix elements) are examined.

PHSY 101 Physiology
Course Content: Cell Physiology, Peripheric Nervous System Physiology, Muscle Physiology, Blood Physiology, Circulatory System Physiology, Respiratory System Physiology, Gastrointestinal System and Metabolism Physiology, Excretory System Physiology, Sensory Organs Physiology, Central Nervous System Physiology, Endocrine System Physiology.
 

PATH 101 Pathology
Course Content: Cells injury and adaptation, acute and chronic inflamation, Rejeneration: Cell rejeneration, fibrosis, wound healing, hemodynamic disorders, thrombosis and shock, immun system deficiencies, neoplasi, genetic and pediatric diseases, environmental diseases, general pathology of infectious diseases.

BIOC 101 Biochemistry
Course Content: The subject of Biochemistry, Importance of Biochemistry, Amino acids and Proteins, Digestion and Metabolism of Proteins, Biochemistry of Carbohydrates, Digestion and Metabolism of Carbohydrates, Diabetes Mellitus, Biochemistry of Lipids, Digestion and Metabolism of Lipids, Hormones and their structure and Effects, Vitamins and their Biochemical Actions as Coenzymes , Evaluation of Clinical Biochemistry Analysis.
 

HEM 113 Information Management in Nursing I
Course Content: Basic concepts of information Technologies, Computer hardware devices, Computer software, components of software, computer programming, Operating system(OS) and types, basic functions of OS, using OS, word processing, basic concepts, using word processing.
 

YIT 101 Foreign Language I (Turkish)
Course Content: What is language? The place and the importance of the language in the life of a nation as a social institution, the relationship between language and culture, the place of Turkish language among the world’s languages, the development and historical periods of Turkish language, today’s situation and expansion of Turkish language, the sounds and classification of sounds in Turkish language, the sound characteristic of Turkish, the usage syllables, emphasis, writing rules punctations, constructive suffixes, adverbs, particles.
 

FIRST YEAR/SPRING
NURS 102 Professional Nursing

13 Course Content: Introduction to the course – Why there is a need to have a metaparadigm in nursing? Metaparadigm of nursing, Human being (Who is human being for nursing?) Health (Definition of health) Environment (Family and culture), Nursing (What is nursing care?) Nursing and professionalism (difference between occupation and profession) (sociolization in nursing) (taking responsibility, nursing care, patient advocacy and otonomy, communication, honesty) Nursing and professionalism (asking for permission, indicating your awareness, working together, make conscious objections,) Nursing and professionalism (principle of privacy, advertisement and sponsorship, complementary and alternative therapies, research and supervision records.   

 Course Name C/E T P C NURS 104 Pathways to Nursing Excellence
  3 Course Content: This course focuses on the means professional nurses employ to improve health care practices and patient outcomes. In the course, knowledge of leadership principles and behaviors are introduced, tools to become informed consumers of research and other evidence for best practices in nursing are identified, and strategies for inter-professional collaboration are explored. Definitions and principles of leadership are identified and clinical examples are examined to help students appreciate the complexity of leader-follower relationships, develop critical thinking and communication skills, and develop attributes of the professional nurse. Evidence-based practice strategies are introduced as important tools for improving patient care. Students explore philosophical underpinnings of knowledge and the relationship of theory to research and practice in a global community. Students examine a variety of research methods and participate in journal clubs where they critique published nursing studies and work on development of best nursing practices. The course stresses the importance of research rigor. Inter-professional collaboration is introduced to help nursing students understand their own professional identity while gaining an understanding of other health care professionals’ roles within the health care team.

MICR 102 Microbiology-Parasitology
Course Content: Classification and general properties of microorganisms, ultrastructure of bacteria, staining and growth characteristics of bacteria, artificial media used in microbiology, metabolism of bacteria, host-parasite relationships, normal microbial flora, route of transmission in infectious diseases, sterilization, disinfection, general properties of fungi, molds, yeasts, mechanism of action of antibiotics, mechanisms of drug resistance, introduction to parasitology, protozoa, nematods, cestodes, trematods, staphylococci, streptococci, pneumococci, enteric bacteria, small Gram negative bacilli, mycobacteria, mycoplasma, chlamydia, neisseriae, Gram positive aerobic bacilli, anaerobic bacteria, spiral microorganisms, general properties of viruses, important viral infections, basic immunology, vaccines and sera subjects are discussed in Lecturers.

NURS 106 Communıcatıon Methods
Course Content: Self-awareness, Ways of self awareness, Practice of self-awareness, Assertive behavior, Passive behavior, Manipulative behavior, Why do you want to be assertive?, Change and take risk for change, Use ‘I’ statements and convey wish desire, Empathy, Emphatic communication, Human and cognitive traits, Cognitive schemes, Cognitive distortances, Stress and coping with stress, Solving problem, Patient-nurse relationship, Interpersonal communication conflict and solving of it.

HEM 114 Information Management in Nursing II
Course Content: Spreadsheets, basic concepts, using spreadsheets, Presentation software, basic concepts, using presentation software, Database, basic concepts, using database, Networks, basic concepts and definitions, components of computer networks and types, Using internet, basic concepts, FTP, search engine, e-mail, and the other concepts.

YIT 102 Foreign Language II I(Turkish)
Course Content: Sentences, the analyse of sentences, the oral and written experrion, the problems in expression, the rules that must be obexed during the preparation of scientifik writings (report, article, announcement… etc.) by being supported by the example texts which have been chosen from Turkish and world’s literature, the development of the student correctly and well speaking and the ability of his writing skills and the rhetoric practice about this.

SECOND YEAR/FALL

NURS  201 Fundamentals of Nursing
Course Content: Nursing Profession, Roles and Functions of Nurses, Human and Basic Human Needs, Life Process, Basic Concepts Related to Nursing, Individual and Hospital Environment, Infection Control, Movement Need of the Healthy Individual and Patient, Hygiene Need of the Healthy Individual and Patient, Vital Signs, Promoting Tissue Integument, Administration of Medications, Oxygenation Need of the Healthy Individual and Patient, Fluid Need of the Healthy Individual and Patient, Elimination Need of the Healthy Individual and Patient (Urinary and Bowel Elimination), Perioperative Care, Nursing Process.

PHAR 201 Pharmacology for Nursing
Course Content: Introduction to Pharmacology, Toxic effects of drugs, Drug-drug interactions, Autonomic nervous system drugs, Cardiovascular system drugs, Respiratory system pharmacology, Gastrointestinal system pharmacology, Analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs, Antimicrobial drugs and chemotherapeutics, Central Nervous System pharmacology, Anesthetics, Endocrine system pharmacology.

NUTR  201 Principles of Nutrition
Course Content: Conceps of food and nutrition, Nutrients and functions, Nutrition in special situation (pregnancy-lactating women, infant nutrition, pre-school and school children nutrition, adolescent nutrition, elderly nutrition etc.).

PATS  201Patient Safety
Course Content: Use our tools and techniques to develop a patient safety program, Recognize system-induced patient safety incidents, Recognize human factors related to patient safety, such as non-technical skills or fatigue, Understand high-risk clinical processes, Develop strategies to influence and enhance patient safety culture, Foster communication, teamwork, and organizational culture as it relates to patient safety, Examine other special and emerging topics in patient safety.

ING 223 Akademic Writing Skills I
Course Content: This course is designed for the second year students in fall term at some faculties and departments where the medium of instruction is English. It covers teaching academic writing skills.

YIT 201 Foreign Language I (Turkish)
Course Content: What is language? Connection of language-thinking and sensation. Connection of language and culture. Position of language in being notion and cult, Position and development of Turkish language among world languages. Characteristic voice of Turkish language, syllable and voice knowledge, rules of spelling, punctuation marks and application of these. Information about composition and it’s variety.

SECOND YEAR/SPRING

NURS  202 Medical Surgical Nursing
Course Content: Nursing Process and Planned Care, Primary Care in Medical Nursing, Fluid and Electrolyte Balance and Inbalance, Acid-Base Balance and Inbalance, Shock and Nursing Care, Oncology Nursing, Nursing in The Hematologic System Diseases, Nursing in Disorders of Cardiovascular System, Allergic Diseases, Respiratory System, Digestive System, Patient, Nursing in Disorders of Nervous System, Endocrine System Renal System, Nursing in Joint and Collagen Diseases, Nursing Care of the Geriatric Patient. Definition; type, effects, risk factors of surgery, Homeostasis, Preoperative and postoperative care, Anesthesia, Wound healing and nursing care, Fluid and electrolyte balance in surgery, Shock in surgery, Nursing in operating room, Nursing in disorders of the urinary system surgery, gastrointestinal (digestive) system surgery, cardiovascular diseases surgery, Asepsis, aseptic methods, infection control, Nursing in disorders of the nervous system surgery, respiratory system surgery, musculoskeletal system surgery, Transplantation and nursing care, endocrine system surgery, breast surgery, ear, nose and throat, Nursing in disorders of the eye, Nursing in burns, Pain management in surgery.

NURS 204 Geriatric Nursing
Course Content Nursing in an Aging Society, Assessment of the Older Adult, Aging Families, Promoting Well-being, Living with Chronic Illness, Common Chronic Problems, Promoting Mobility, Medication and the Older Adult, Chronic and Acute Pain, Mental Health and Cognition, Legal and Ethical Issues, and Research in Gerontological Care.

NURS 206 Oncology/Palliative Care
 Cancer Nursing; history, current status in the World and Turkey; roles and responsibilities Cancer Biology, carcinogenesis, cancer epidemiology and etiology. Prevention and early detection. Cancer therapies and care; Surgery-Radiation therapy–Chemotherapy. Biotherapy and targeted therapies: Blood and Marrow Transplantation-Complementary and Alternative Therapies. Symptom management: Fatigue-Hematologic toxicitie-Alopecia.Symptom management: Pain-GI toxicities: Nausea and vomiting, mucositis, anorexia and taste alterations, diarrhea, constipation. Skin toxicities-Organ toxicities .Psychosocial support for Cancer patient and their families Survivorship. Common cancers: Breast cancer-Lung cancer-GI cancers. Gynecologic cancers-Genitourinary cancers Skin cancers-Neurologic System Cancers . Palliative care and end of life care-Home care.

LABR 202 Laboratory Nursing
Patient Preparation and Specimen Collection, Potential Nursing Diagnoses Associated with Laboratory and Diagnostic Testing, Guidelines for Age-Specific Communication, Transfusion Reactions: Laboratory Findings and Potential Nursing Interventions, Introduction to CLIA, Effects of Natural Products on Laboratory Values, Standard Precautions, Laboratory Critical Findings, Diagnostic Critical Findings.

RADY 202 Radiology Nursing
Patient Preparation for radiology test.

ING 224 Academic Writing Skills II
It covers teaching academic writing skills.

 

YİT 202 Foreign Language II (Turkish)
Suffixes adds of Turkish language. Sentence and it’s analysis. Components of sentences and its varieties. Plan for writing composition. Variety of expression. Common out of order sentences. Quality of well expression. Out of order expression. Varieties of written composition and its applications.

THIRD YEAR/FALL

NURS 301 Women Health and Gyneacology Nursing
Women health and nursing, Social and cultural aspect of women health, Anatomy and physiology of female reproductive system, Physiology of pregnancy, Maternal physiology during pregnancy, Prenatal care, High risk pregnancy, Childbearing and nursing, Complications of labor & delivery, Delivery and ethics, Physiology and assessment of the newborn, High risk infant, Puerperium and lactation, Puerperal complications, Family planning and infertility, The stage of women’s life, Infections of reproductive systems and sexually transmitted disease, Anatomical and functional abnormalities of reproductive organs, Benign disorders of reproductive system, Malign disorders of reproductive system, Diagnostic and therapeutic gynecologic procedures.

NURS  303 Nursing Ethics
Ethical concepts and principles, Health care ethics and Nursing ethics, Ethical Decision Making.

NURS 305 Bioistatistic
 Definition and the uses of statistics and biostatistics. Methods of data collection and data processing for statistical analysis. Descriptive statistics and graphics. Concept of probability and probability distributions. Tests of hypothesis. Regression and correlation analysis. Vital statistics.

Sociology of Health
 After a brief examination of radical social changes (industrialization- urbanization-democratization) of nineteenth-century Europe, and speculations of social philosophers and social reformers, relating to emerge and development of science of sociology, the course; concentrates on principles, goals, methods and specialized fields of this new discipline. The second part of course consist of subjects culture, society, individual and social interaction. Here, particular emphasis is laid on society and community, culture and society, culture and personality, personality and socialization, social status and social role, social categories, social groups, social stratification, social mobility and social processes. The final part, concentrates on examining social institutions, social and cultural change, social control and social deviation, and finally, social and cultural integration and disintegration. The course ends, by classroom discussion on “functions of sociological knowledge in contemporary social life”.

PSYC 301 Psychology
Scientific basis of psychology and basic concepts. Basic processes and major areas of psychology. Experimental and other methods of research statistics.

HEAL 301 Health Assessment
Knowledge and skills needed to conduct a comprehensive holistic health assessment. Explore how family dynamics, culture and religious beliefs are integral to the assessment of an individual’s health. Learn the basic techniques and skills for completing assessments analytically. Consider inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation.

THIRD YEAR/SPRING

NURS 302 Nursing for Child Health  
Health problems of children in the world and in our country, Standards, roles, ethical and legal aspects of pediatric nursing, High- risk child and family, Growth and development of the child, Screening and health teaching, Hospitalization of the child and family and nursing care, Nursing process, Behavioral and psychiatric problems of the child, Accidents and poisoning, Administration of drugs in pediatric patients, Fluid and electrolyte disorders, Nutrition disorders, Normal and high- risk newborn, Newborn with congenital disorder, Infectious diseases, The child with cancer, The child with respiratory disorder, The child with endocrine dysfunction, The child with collagen tissue disease, The child with hematological dysfunction, The child with musculoskeletal dysfunction, The child with genitourinary dysfunction, The child with genetic disorders, The child with neurologic dysfunction, The child with skin diseases.

NURS 304 Diagnosis and Management of Infectious Diseases
 Historical development of communicable diseases in the World and Turkey, Protection of body against to communicable diseases, Epidemiology of communicable diseases and surveillance, Epidemiological controls and characteristic of communicable diseases, Immunization and vaccination, Infection diseases with is contamine with air borne, characteries, prevention and nursing care, Infection diseases which is contamine with water and food borne, prevention and nursing care, Infection diseases which is sexuality transmitted diseases and parasitic diseases in nursing care, Infection diseases which is contamine with vector borne diseases in nursing care, Infection diseases which is contamine with zoonesses, Control of communicable diseases both home and hospital, Care of communicable diseases at home, Biologic and chemical weapons.

NURS 306 The Research Process in Nursing
 Nursing discipline, Science and research, Nursing research, Using of Nursing research, Research process, Consisting of research problems, The Fundamentals of research design, Types of research design, Quantitative research design, Qualitative research design, Sampling, Collecting data methods, tools and tecniques, Analyzis of data, Ethics in research, Assesment of data, Graphics and table, Written of research report.

NURS 308 Home Care Nursing  
Introduction-Home Health Care Management, Historical Development of Home Care Management, Reasons for Home Health Care, Health assessment and registration, The physician’s role at Home Health Care, Personal Hyegiene,The Pain Control at Home, The Law and regulations about Home Health Care, The Ethics of Home Health Care, Respiratory support at home, Enteral/parenteral nutrition at home,Drug treatment at home, Elderly care at home, Home Health Care at Certain Situations-Oncology, Stoma and incontinence care at home.

NURS 310 Critical Thinking
Critical thinking and basic concepts, Process of critical thinking, creativity, Concepts of skill and trend, The importance of critical thinking on personal and Professional life, Relationship between critical thinking and education, Critical thinking activities.

NURS 312 Occupational/Environmental Health 
Environment as determinant of disease in humans. Identifying biological mechanisms/effects of chemical, biological, and physical agents on human health. Principles of toxicology applied to toxicant-human interactions.

FOURTH YEAR/FALL

NURS 401 Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing  
In 21th. Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Community Mental Health Service, Human Development and Characteristics, Applications of The Nursing Process: Mental Disorders, Patient Admition and Discharge, Group Relationship and Group Dynamics, Stress and Psychosomatic Disorders, Crisis Interventions, Anxiety Disorders, Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders, Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders, Mood Disorders, Cognitive Disorders, Personality Disorders, Substance Abuse Disorders, Eating Disorders, Sleep Disorders, Sexual Health Care and Sexual Disorders, Liaison Psychiatric Nursing, Psychiatric Emergencies, Treatment of Medical, Helping Skills, Ethical Issues.

NURS 403 Transculturel Nursing
Introduction to the Course What is Transcultural Nursing? History of Transcultural Nursing, Transcultural Assessment Model, Communication, Cultural Competence, Concept of Space Social Organization; Ethnocentrism Concept of Time Influences/Barriers to Nursing Care Class Assignment: Diet and Culture Assessment, Environment Considerations Biological Variations Transcultural Nursing Assessment of Different Cultures, Ethical Considerations in Transcultural Nursing Cultural Diversity in Health Care, Heritage Assessment Tool Identification of Community Resources/Cultural Networks.

NURS 405 Teaching Strategies in Nursing
Differences in Effective Teachers and Ineffective Ones, -Steps to Planning the Teaching Learning Process, Communication Model, The Importance of Locus of Control, Mentorship, Knowing Your Learners or Students, Learning Styles – A Self Assessment, Conducting A Learning Needs Assessment, Learning Theory & Approaches to Teaching Methods, Writing Educational Objectives: Skills, Affective, Cognitive, Analyzing Barriers to Learning, Developing a Teaching Plan, Deciding the Content You Will Teach, Preparing Teaching Strategies for a Variety of Learning Styles, Exploring Multiple Learning Strategies for One to One, Small Group and Large Group Education, Learning as Behaviour Modification, Health Belief Model, Common Sense, Health Locus of Control, Learning/Teaching as Organizational Development, Learning as Behaviour Modification, Adult Learning Principles, Orientation Programs, In-service Education, Continuing Education, Evaluating Teaching Effectiveness, Evaluating Student Learning, Re-Planning for Future Teaching, Curriculum Design and Planning, Problem Based Learning, Critical Thinking. Poster Preparation, Modular Learning, Future Trends and Issues in Nursing Education, Exploring Social, Technological and Professional Trends, Events and Issues in Nursing, Education (Computer Mediated Learning, Distance Education, Web Based Learning, Online Nursing Instruction, Evaluating Online Education), Making Effective Presentations, Preparing Learning/Teaching Tools/ Written Materials, SMOG, Readability, International Nursing Education – A Comparison ff Trends and Programs.

SEXU 401
Sexual Health Course Content: Sexuality and concept of sexual health and sexuality rights and legal aspects. Anatomy and physiology of the reproductive organs, Meaning of sexuality, Sexual identity, sexual roles and family, Love,friendship,flirt,marriage and parenting, Effect of gender on sexuality, Culturel norms of sexuality, Responsabilty in sexuality, Sexual development according to life cycle, Physiology of sexuality, disorders of sexuality, Sexually transmitted disease and protective methods, Contraceptive Methods and emergency contraception, Frequently seen sexual health problems in youth, Sexuality and other extraordinary behaviors Factors that affect sexuality (religion, family, culture, etc.).

EVID 401
Evidence Based Nursing Course Content: What is evidence-based nursing? What are the evidence-based nursing practice?, Problems in evidence-based nursing practice.

ACUT 401
Acute Care Nursing Course Content: Stress response and health breakdown, Principles of acute care nursing, Professional practice in acute care nursing.

FOURTH YEAR/SPRING

NURS  420 Publıc Health Nursıng 
The historical development of Medicine, The historical development of public health nursing, The role of public health nurse in community process, The role of public health nurse in family process, Home visiting, Developmental process ( 0-12 month, 1-6 years, 7-12 years, 13- 24 years adolescent, 25-64 years adult men and women, 65 years and over elderly), The role of public health nurse environment health, Occupational nursing, School Health nursing, Home care, The role of public health nurse for assesment of vulnerable groups, The role of public health nurse for assesment of mental health of community, Nursing Process, Health education, Ethics, The role of public health nurse changing.

NURS 404 Nursing Management
Course Content: Introduction to Theory of Management Role of the Nursing Management, Legal and professional issues, Managerial Skill Building, Team Building, Decision Making, and Problem Solving, Implementing Planned Change, Planning, Directing, Organizing, Control, Evaluation, Foundations for Planning—Organizational Mission, Nursing Mission, and Philosophy, Nursing Management Objectives and Management Plans and Standards, Basics of Resource Management: Budgeting, Staffing; Technological Assessment, Organizing for staffing, determining staffing needs, productivity in nursing, “Formulas for staffing and scheduling.” Introducing organizational charts, Human Resource Management (part 1)—Staff Selection, Development, and Performance Appraisal, Human Resource Management (part 2)—Disciplinary Action, Counseling, and Communication and Conflict, The Directing (Leading) Process; Structuring the workplace for Job Satisfaction: Work Values, Meaning of Work, Issues in Job Satisfaction, Organizing For Patient Care, Structuring the workplace for Motivation and Job Satisfaction, physical layout, information systems, Total Quality Management, Managing a Clinical Practice; Models, Records, Shift Report, Management Skill Building and “Reality Shock”.

NURS 406 First Aids and Emergency Nursing  
Disasters and causes, arising problems, the history and importance of first aid, and patient assessment, First aid in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, oxygen therapy, Bleeding and shock, Injuries: soft tissue and internal organs, Trauma : extremities, skull, spine and chest, Medical emergencies: heart attack, stroke, respiratory distress, diabetes, epilepsy, diare, high fever, Poisons, Burns and exposure to heat and cold, Civil defence.

HEAL 402 Health Promotion  
Health and health-related concepts. Factors that affecting health. Main health problems of country. Health promotion. Health promotion behaviors. Role of the nurse in health promotion. School children’s and adolescent’s health and health promotion. Middle-aged adult’s health and health promotion. Older adult’s health and health promotion. Older adult’s health and health promotion. Function of international health organizations.

CRT 402 Critical Thinking Skills
Introduction to Critical Thinking, Basic Overview of Critical Thinking, The Nature and Value of Critical Thinking, Thinking Critically about Ordinary Language.

COMP 402 Complementary Therapy  
Aromatherapy, reflexology, body massage, business planning through to anatomy and physiology.

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