Subject: Intervention Project in Nursing II
Number of ECTS:
1. - Elaborate an intervention project in the context of community nursing;
2. - Identify needs in a target group using research and project methodology;
3. - Prioritize nursing care needs for intervention;
4. - Develop skills of work methodology by project.
1. - Elaboration of the intervention project in the context of community nursing: contextualization;
2. - Identification of needs in the target group of the project using the research methodology: application questionnaire / surveys; treatment and analysis data; diagnosis; discussion of results; prioritization of needs;
3. - Development of work methodology skills by project.
E. Imperatori & M. R. Giraldes , 1993 , Metodologia do Planeamento da Saúde. ,
G. H. Harkness & R. F. DeMarco , 2012 , Community and public health nursing: evidence for practice. , Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
I. Loureiro & N. Miranda , 2016 , Promover a Saúde: Dos Fundamentos à Ação. , EDIÇÕES ALMEDINA, S.A.
F. A. Maurer & C. A. Smith , 2013 , Community/public health nursing practice: health for families and populations. , Saunders Elsevier
M. A. Nies, M. A. & M. McEwen , 2011 , Community/public health nursing: promoting the health of populations. , Elsevier Saunders
M. Stanhope & J. Lancaster , 2011 , Enfermagem de Saúde Pública. Cuidados de Saúde na Comunidade Centrados na População. , Lusociência
Assesssment methods and criteria:
Classification Type: Quantitativa (0-20)
Clinical teaching with the project's target group, using the methodology of the intervention project, with the following phases: contextualization of the thematic and problematic area, elaboration of a health diagnosis and prioritization of needs to intervene. Evaluation: model C of the evaluation regulation of UMa students' learning: diagnostic project report (50%), clinical practice (50%). The approval of the UC implies approval in all components (minimum 9.5 val) and requires the presence in 80% of the contact hours. There is no recovery in times of appeal. The final classification is expressed in the scale of 0 to 20 values.