Bachelor's degree in Nursing (to qualify as a nurse) (Trento)

Health and safety promotion - SICUREZZA NEGLI AMBIENTI DI LAVORO

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Name of lecturer
Dario Uber
Number of ECTS credits allocated
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Language of instruction
INF TN - 1° anno 2° sem dal Feb 3, 2020 al Apr 1, 2020.

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Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

The course introduces the student to the understanding of the determinants of health, risk factors, prevention strategies both individual and collective, and of interventions to promote the health and safety of their users. It also aims to understand the causes, the pathogenic mechanisms, and methods of prevention and control of infectious diseases.


Main aspects of DL 81: simple description for students
Definition of Occupational disease and injury at work.
Outline of information tools for chemical risk management: label and safety data sheet. work and associated diseases; possible interference of shifts on circadian rhythms, on family and social life.
The patient handling: and risks for operators, operative prevention indications and low back pain
The biohazard: the prevention of hepatitis, HIV (assumed that the microbiology program has already addressed bacteria and viruses).

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Cheever K.H., Hinkle J.L. Infermieristica medico chirurgica. Brunner-Suddarth Casa editrice ambrosiana 2017
alessio, apostoli Manuale di Medicina del Lavoro e Igiene Industriale per Tecnici della Prevenzione piccin 2009
sacco, ciavarella, De Lorenzo Medicina del lavoro per le professioni sanitarie. EPC 2011

Assessment methods and criteria

Written exam with closed and open questions. In order for the test to be successful, the answer to the open questions is necessary.
On request oral exam.

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