The mission of the nursing program is for students to gain professional knowledge on the organization, planning and implementation of nursing activities, encouraging students in scientific research in order to provide quality healthcare services both within health institutions and in the community. Supporting and motivating nurses advance the nursing profession, promote the well-being of nurses and promote health for all, and promote their involvement in decision-making part of strategic health plans and policies.
The first cycle of higher education in Nursing will last 3 years (6 semesters) with a total of 180 ECTS credits. To graduate, students must conduct a scientific research under the supervision of a professor (mentor) and present this topic to a panel of professors. The topic will be publicly presented and evaluated by a panel of professors. The professional title earned upon successful completion of these studies will be “Bachelor of General Nursing – BSc”. Professional title is given based on law number 04 / L-125 of the Republic of Kosovo.
|1.||O||Ethics in Nursing||3|
|3.||O||Human Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology||6|
|4.||O||Epidemiology of Bacteriology, virology and parasitology||3|
|5.||O||Biophysics and Biochemistry||3|
|9.||O||Nursing Care – Clinical Practice||15|
|10.||O||Geriatric Nursing Care||3|
|11.||O||Geriatric Nursing Care – Clinical Practice||6|
|12.||O||Therapeutic Diagnostic Program||3|
|13.||Z||Nursing Information Technology||3|
|14.||Z||Interpersonal Communication and Communication in Nursing Care||3|
|1.||O||Nursing care for internist patients and internal diseases||3|
|2.||O||Nursing care for internist patients and internal diseases – P. K.||11|
|3.||O||Nursing Care in Gynecology with Obstetrics||3|
|4.||O||Nursing Care in Gynecology with Obstetrics – P. Clinical||10|
|5.||Z||Hospital Infection Control||3|
|6.||Z||Human resource Management||3|
|7.||O||Health Promotion and Education||3|
|9.||O||Psychology in Informatics and Health Care||3|
|10.||O||Health Care in Specific Situations||3|
|11.||O||Pediatric Nursing Care with Pediatrics||3|
|12.||O||Pediatric Nursing Care with Pediatrics – Clinical Practice||12|
|14.||Z||The Impact of the Environment on Health Protection||3|
|1.||O||Surgical Nursing Care with Surgery||3|
|2.||O||Surgical Nursing Care with Surgery – Clinical Practice||11|
|3.||O||Psychiatry and Psychiatric Nursing Care||3|
|4.||O||Psychiatry and Psychiatric Nursing Care – Clinical Practice||7|
|7.||Z||Sociology of Health and Illness||3|
|8.||O||Home health care||3|
|9.||O||Home Health Care – Clinical Practice||6|
|10.||O||Emergency Health Care||3|
|11.||O||Emergency Health Care – Clinical Practice||9|
|13.||Z||Quality in Health Care||3|
This module, which includes hands-on experience, introduces students to their chosen nursing profession. The main focus is the professional role and functions of the nurse, basic knowledge, skills and ethical values that support all the practice of nursing care that have been presented.
This is an integrated course in health sciences utilizing English concepts in health sciences and the medical environment. The course is designed to prepare students for natural progression English language course courses. Applications throughout the course allow students to see the connection of English concepts and real application of the world in a healthcare environment.
This module enables students to develop an understanding of homeostatic principles that govern human existence. It will introduce students to the sciences of life, the basics of chemistry and physics.
ANATOMY Students will understand the structure of tissues, organs, and organ systems that are needed for further understanding of physiology and pathology.
This module, which includes practical experience, focuses on the most common infectious diseases according to the WHO, their epidemiology, the causes of microorganisms, clinical features, principles of medical management, treatment and management of nursing care. Construction on the Content of Module Principles Principles of Infection Control, Microbiology has been studied with application for each disease, and includes the classification of different types of pathogenic organisms, modes of transmission and prevention of infection.
This module, Students understand the basic physical quantities, units and theories and their applications in health care and medicine.
- They understand the basic processes in the human body from a biophysical and biochemical point of view.
- They are able to describe basic phenomena.
- They understand the basics of physical and biochemical methods of measurement and imaging in health care and medicine.
This module, which includes practical experience, informs students by choosing the nursing profession. The main focus is on the professional role and functions of the nurse, and the basic knowledge, skills and ethical values that underpin the entire practice of nursing care. Nursing has been researched in the framework of the country’s health care system and the multidisciplinary health care team. The development of personal and professional self-awareness and self-knowledge has been introduced as essential support for the exploration of care as the main concept of the nursing moral and ethical framework.
The module is designed to help students acquire the knowledge needed for a basic understanding of medical terminology. Terms of construction of terms are emphasized, and the analysis of complex terms is presented to give their meaning, and to help in learning to define and define medical words more accurately. Course content is regulated by the body system to allow students to master the constituent parts of medical words directly related to body system terminology, basic anatomical terminology, diseases, and procedures of various body systems.
The focus of this module is on maintaining nutritional wellness. The principles of normal nutrition at all stages of the life cycle are emphasized. Growth and development needs are involved in the maintenance and restoration of nutritional health and in the prevention of nutritional deficits. The exploration takes place in the social, religious and cultural factors, which affect the nutritional health of the family.
This module has a total of 450 hours of clinical practice. This module, which includes hands-on experience, introduces students to their chosen nursing profession. The main focus is on the professional role and functions of the nurse, the basic knowledge, skills and ethical values that underpin all of the nursing practice involved. Nursing has been researched in the framework of the country’s health care system and the multidisciplinary health care team. The development of personal and professional self-awareness and self-knowledge has been introduced as essential support for the exploration of care as the main concept of the moral and ethical framework of nursing.
This module, which includes practical experience, focuses on maintaining the health and well-being of people as they grow up. The social circumstances of older people and the social attitudes towards them are addressed, such as the effects of aging on physical and mental health and social relationships. The organization and provision of health and social services and the presence or absence of formal and informal families and other important ones have been explored.
This module has a total of 180 hours of clinical practice. This module, which includes practical experience, focuses on maintaining the health and well-being of people as they grow up. The social circumstances of older people and the social attitudes towards them are addressed, such as the effects of aging on physical and mental health and social relationships. The organization and provision of health and social services and the presence or absence of formal and informal families and other important ones have been explored.
Students learn the following notions: laboratory, clinical chemistry, clinical biochemistry, laboratory medicine, and laboratory diagnostics. They learn about the organization of laboratory service at the hospital and city level (primary, secondary, tertiary level).
This module enables students to become familiar with computers, providing hands-on practice. Using various software packages, word-processing skills, data handling, statistical analysis and on-line literature research. The application of computers in the health care system and in nursing have been explored.
This module will help students gain and develop knowledge and understanding of interpersonal human communication, the ability to use national and foreign literature, and other sources of data collection and interpretation, communication, and the establishment of good relationships. interpersonal, identification and problem solving in communication, critical analysis, synthesis, response in literature and teamwork.
This module, which includes practical experience, focuses on the care of patients with acute and chronic medical disorders and emphasizes a holistic, individualized and systematic approach to nursing care, emphasizing that for most patients, the period spent in hospital is an episode. relatively short in their lives. The impact of the disease on the patient’s life, that of his / her family and important others is considered, rehabilitation or palliative care where there is no cure is possible has been researched. The module is based on the knowledge gained from the experiences of Community Health Care students in relation to the trend for increasingly early discharge of patients from acute care and support for the patient and the family following discharge.
This module has a total of 330 hours of clinical practice. This module provides supervised clinical education in general internal medicine, including clinical management, technical and procedural skills, interpretation of diagnostic data, patient education, development of diagnostic and management plans, and cross-professional communication. In later courses in this series, students are exposed to progressive involvement and independence in patient management.
This module presents the knowledge, skills and professional behaviors needed to provide high quality antenatal care that maximizes health during pregnancy along with early detection of potential threats (complications) to the health of the pregnant woman or her developing fetus. This module is a continuation of your practical application of professional knowledge, skills and behaviors for care women and families during one of the most important events of life – that of pregnancy and preparation for childbirth. This module offers you many opportunities to work together with women and families to achieve the best results of any pregnancy.
This module has a total of 300 hours of clinical practice. This module is designed for students to evaluate the concepts and principles of obstetric nursing care and helps them gain knowledge and develop the attitude and skills started in providing nursing care to women at risk and pregnant women without disorders during antenatal, natal and postpartum periods. in the hospital and placement in the community. It also helps to develop skills in normal and high-risk neonatal management and to participate in family welfare programs.
This module aims to provide students with knowledge and understanding of the principles of preventing the spread of infection as they relate to all different departments and specialties in healthcare. This module is an essential part of knowledge in order to build competence in the role of an IPCN.
This module introduces students to common infectious agents, infection control principles, immunity, and immunization. occupational health and safety protection for nurses and other staff.
Human resource management addresses the challenge of recruiting, motivating and retaining key individuals in providing health care and administrative roles. It presents topics such as the strategic role of human resources, as well as the employment, motivation, evaluation, retention and release of employees. Nursing leadership is firmly based on the management of our most important resources – human capital. In this module, students address the role and responsibilities of nurses’ administrators in human resource management. Students learn strategies to support organizational goals and positive nursing services. They also have the opportunity to gain an understanding of the importance of staff satisfaction, as well as creating collaborative and supportive partnerships within organizations.
This module introduces students to the concept of Health Education and Promotion. Special emphasis is given to health education and screening that are available and usable locally, nationally and internationally. The student will gain knowledge of various health systems in Europe due to cultural differences. Recommendations from the World Health Organization and the International Council of Midwives on the development of the European health care system will be taken into account.
This module, which includes practical experience, is based on the module of biological sciences I, and considers the remaining systems of the body. In addition, the therapeutic effects of drugs on the body, as well as side effects and drug interactions have been considered, such as the applicability of knowledge of biological sciences and pharmacology in nursing practice.
Upon completion of this program the student will be familiar with the most important biological samples, their suitability for analysis and basic laboratory procedures. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of what is happening with drugs in our body and knowledge about basic pharmacodynamic groups. Students will be familiar with the use of isotope techniques and their application in diagnostic procedures.
In this module, students are introduced to the newborn, as well as to those who require special care.
At the end of the course, students should:
- Determine the anthropometric measurements of the child
- Describe the most common injuries during the birth process
- Explain the most common infections that accompany the newborn
- Distinguish intentional and unintentional injuries to the child
- Determine the weight, length and perimeter of the head in the newborn
- Takes care of the normal newborn
- Explain the definition of a low birth weight baby
- Classify low birth weight babies
This module has a total of 360 practical hours. Using the concepts of oxygenation, cell integrity, regulation, perception / sensory / cognition and mobility, holistic theories and the goal of achievement will be analyzed and applied to clients’ nursing care for life that occurs most frequently and progressively usually results in responses. human to health challenges. The clinic will focus on families of newborns, pediatricians, and adult patients in various settings within the community, including acute care facilities.
This course aims to develop student knowledge and understanding about contraceptive methods which are most appropriate for young people. Students will evaluate different contraceptive methods and examine how they work, the advantages / disadvantages, access to the safest methods and practices of sexual health assessment.
This module examines some of the pre-existing factors that have an impact on pregnancy and childbirth. Medical and social policies and environmental factors have been debated.
Me përfundimin e këtij moduli studenti do të:
- analizoj faktorët e rrezikut mjekësore dhe mjedisore në gratë shtatzëna
- prioritizo kujdesin e vet në mjedisin multidisiplinar
- analizojnë në mënyrë kritike ndikimet socio politike në gruan fertile
- planifiko kujdesin mami të duhuri për një grua në këto situata
This module, which includes practical experience, focuses on nursing care for patients required emergency or immediate intervention and holistic care, systematic achievement in nursing care, emphasizing that for most patients, the hospitalized period is relatively long. short of their lives. The module also focuses on nursing care in cases of accidents in the emergency and intensive care unit.
This module has a complete 308 hours of clinical practice. Preparing students for understanding and interpreting knowledge: specifics of surgical treatment, preoperative, and postoperative care of patients. We prepare students with more skills for pre and post operative patient care. We create student attitudes to: full knowledge of patient care skills after surgical treatment, and cooperation in the interdisciplinary team.
This module, which includes practical experience, focuses on mental health and health and builds on the knowledge and experiences gained during psychology. Promoting mental health, and assessing mental status provides the foundation for the study of mental illness (psychiatric disorders), treatments, nursing care systems, and rehabilitation. A presentation of technical advice, crisis intervention and physician-nurse laws are included.
This module has a total of 210 hours of clinical practice. It gives them the opportunity to apply theoretical concepts and background in practice setting and simulation situations designed by the course facilitator. Students will spend most of their internship in an acute or chronic hospital setting. Students will learn the nursing role and nursing contribution to the treatment team, as well as the management of the psychiatric ward. Students will use the nursing process to assess patients and plan their nursing care. They will have the opportunity to apply the principles of health problems and during the implementation of appropriate therapeutic interventions in psychiatric variety disorders in the clinical area.
Students are introduced to the basic concepts of the research process and Research Methodology. The module is designed to enable students to read research critically, with a particular emphasis on applying relevant research to their nursing practice.
Upon completion of this module students will:
- There are different ways of recognizing.
- Demonstrate skills for research analysis report.
- Apply the relevant research findings for nursing practice.
- Develop an expertise in qualitative and quantitative research design, with particular reference to issues of sampling, access, ethics and strict measures.
- Be proficient in using a range of techniques for collecting and analyzing qualitative and quantitative data.
In this module, students are introduced to neonatal births and also those that require special care. Neonatal Nursing Care includes the principles of fetal development, physiology, pathological physiology, pharmacology, developmental theory, and family theory. Neonatal nurse is also involved in case management, consulting, educational and research activities. The focus of the neonatal nurse is on premature and high-risk newborns and premature births who get sick more often.
This module, which includes practical experience, builds on the concepts presented in healthy living modules, and expands the student’s understanding of key sociological concepts, theories, and research. Understanding the student about health policy, and social policy, and its impact on health, will be developed, including an introduction to approaches that influence the formulation of health care policies. Relationships between individuals, families, groups, communities and society are considered, such as cultural and gender roles within the country.
The focus of this module, which includes practical experience, is on primary health care and the full range of home nursing care, describe increasing home care over the years, recognize the types of individuals who will qualify for home care, describe accountability required when caring for a patient in their home, including patient secrecy and rights. Students will also build on their earlier study of health promotion, and consider patient education, caring for people with chronic illness, and the rehabilitation process.
This module has a total of 180 hours of clinical practice. The focus of this module, which includes practical experience, is on primary health care and the full range of community nursing, including the patient’s home, schools, health centers, and social work of other agencies. Students will also build on their earlier study of health promotion, and consider patient education, care for people with chronic illness, and the rehabilitation process.
This module, which includes practical experience, Students have been given a review of diagnosis and therapy of emergency conditions in general practice, surgery, traumatology, internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, intensive care and resuscitation, as well as anesthesiology, the basics of emergency medicine in emergency situations and catastrophic situations.
Prior to the start of clinical practice, the student must state that he or she has received instructions from the Practical Mentor and have demonstrated the appropriate level to begin skills during the didactic part of the module. The student will not be allowed to start the Clinical Practice until the clinical coordinator has verified their right.
If the student fails to follow a clinical site of inability to participate in a planned rotation clinical practice, the student will lose the opportunity to attend that clinical site for future rotations.
This module will introduce nurses to basic concepts in oncology nursing practice and provide basic information for those working with oncology patients. Emphasis will be placed on psychosocial skills and competencies in all units. Introduce nurses to the art and science of nursing oncology practice. Oncology patients receive care from all health care settings – including acute care care hospitals, tertiary centers, general hospitals and community care. Given the growth and complexity of this growing patient population, caring for people with cancer and their families includes a special set of advanced skills and knowledge.
A study of continuous quality improvement, exploitation management, and health care risk management. It also includes credentialization study, accreditation standards, quality improvement organizations, and medical staff services. Management topics are specifically selected for the health information departments to be covered.