Bachelor's degree in Radiology Techniques for Imaging and Radiotherapy (to qualify as a medical radiology technician) (Verona)

Cognitive and relational Sciences [I anno] (2019/2020)

Course code
4S000399
Credits
3
Coordinator
Federica Scarpa

Teaching is organised as follows:
Unit Credits Academic sector Period Academic staff
COMPETENZE RELAZIONALI E COMUNICATIVE NELL'ESERCIZIO PROFESSIONALE 1 MED/50-APPLIED MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AND METHODOLOGY Lezioni TRSM 2 ANNO 1 SEM Federica Scarpa
PSICOLOGIA CLINICA E DEI GRUPPI 2 M-PSI/01-GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY Lezioni TRSM 2 ANNO 1 SEM Mariaelena Bertani

Learning outcomes

The teaching of psychological and relational sciences aims to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills related to people's organizational behavior, to the fundamentals of clinical psychology in various care settings, to the mechanisms that govern the process of understanding social behavior in the field health care and the ability to relate with patients and colleagues. RELATIONAL AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR RADIOGRAPHERS Acquiring knowledge about communication and interpersonal techniques in the approach to adult and pediatric patients in emergency contexts, chronic and neurological. CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY - Provide some general theoretical concepts on clinical psychology, on the major psychological disorders, and on the psychological experiences felt by the users; - Promote the ability to recognize an emotional distress; - Develop specific communication skills for the creation of a relationship of trust and collaboration between TRSM and user.

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Bertetti Bianca, Castelli Cristina Relazioni d'aiuto e resilienza : strumenti e indicazioni per il benessere degli operatori Milano : Franco Angeli   ISBN: 978-88-917-0611-9
Sanavio Ezio; Cornoldi Cesare Psicologia clinica, 3 ed. (Edizione 3) Il Mulino, Bologna 2017




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