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Fundamentals of Nursing

Faculty of Gerontological Nursing plans and carried out class room lectures, seminars, clinical practicum and other educational activities that aim at providing students with various opportunities to obtain theoretical and practical information about basic and complex concepts and issues relevant to the nursing care of older people across the continuum of care.


Undergraduate Program Fundamental Nursing I
Fundamental Nursing II
Fundamental Nursing Practice I
Fundamental Nursing Practice II

Undergraduate Program


>> Fundamentals of Nursing I
This course is intended to have students understand the basic concepts of nursing, aseptic technique, infection management, and nursing process and to have students study the basic human needs ; needs for sleep and comfort, needs for oxygen, needs for activity and needs for safety.

>> Fundamentals of Nursing II
This course is focused on human basic needs, therapeutic management, and end of life care and intended to have students understand the knowledge about pain management, needs of elimination, needs of nutrition, managements for medication, wound care, and end of life care.

>> Fundamentals of Nursing Practice I
This course is intended to have students basic nursing skills for aseptic technigue for infection management, vital signs check and for caring the human needs; needs for sleep and comfort, needs for activity, and needs for safety.

>> Fundamentals of Nursing Practice II
This course is intended to have students basic nursing skills on pain management, care for oxygenation, elimination care, nutritional care, medication care, wound care, and end of life care.

Graduate Program


>> Seminar on Basic Needs Intervention
Principles of nursing intervention focused on human basic needs are explored and related articles are analysed to study the theory development in this area.

>> Nursing Management of Healing Environment
Principles and nursing skills related to maximization of human healing are explored and related articles are analysed to study the theory development in this area.