Quality control of imaging systems , dosimetry equipment and optimzization in general radiography unit.
The role of prevention in wound care. Evidence-based nursing/Evidence-based practice. Health education and promoting self-care in patients with wounds. Case management (patient-centred care). Wounds and wound healing. Nutrition and wound healing. Antiseptic and other antimicrobial agents in wound management and wound dressing change. Wound debridement and wound healing. Principles of local wound management . Advanced and unconventional treatment options for wounds. Acute wounds. Complex wounds. Atypical wounds. Health care delivery and health economics. Documentation in nursing.
International note of the course Hazardous substances aims to provide students with the opportunity to combine their study and research interests with an international team of experts in the field of environmental chemistry and toxicology. The main topics covered are hazardous chemicals, their transformations, degradation processes and toxicity. The main chapters include Introductory part, Terminology, Physico-chemical properties , Toxic, Flammable, Reactive, Radioactive chemicals, Chemicals and the environment, Toxic organic chemicals, Toxic Heavy Metals, Monitoring techniques, Indoor pollution, and Toxic substances as wastes.
Basic universal communication patterns in discourse design and basic universal grammatical patterns in the Slovene language. The constituent parts of speech acts. Basic communication patterns in communication with patients and healthcare providers. Specific cultural and social conditioning of wording, similarities and differences. Diversities of the Slovene language (geographical, political, historical and social factors). Otherness and differences of individual and social cultures, attitudes towards foreigners and vulnerable social groups. Basic data about Slovenia (geography, demographics, history, politics, culture and other). The intertwining of culture, language and translation in communication in the field of healthcare. Healthcare system in Slovenia.
Overview of most common injuries of health professionals. Risk factors for developing musculoskeletal injuries of health professionals. European guidelines for lifting and carrying heavy objects. Guidelines for safety when lifting and transferring patients. Biomechanics of lifting. Body mechanics during lifting. Use of specific devices for lifting and transfer of patients.