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Expertise I

Module name (EN): Expertise I
Degree programme: Health care management, Bachelor, ASPO 01.10.2018
Module code: BAME18-01
SAP-Submodule-No.: P311-0006, P311-0007, P311-0008
Hours per semester week / Teaching method: 9S (9 hours per week, accumulated)
ECTS credits: 12
Semester: 1
Duration: 2 semester
Mandatory course: yes
Language of instruction:
German
Assessment:
Exam achievement: Presentation

[updated 01.10.2020]
Applicability / Curricular relevance:
BAME18-01 (P311-0006, P311-0007, P311-0008) Health care management, Bachelor, ASPO 01.10.2018, semester 1, mandatory course
Workload:
135 class hours (= 101.25 clock hours) over a 15-week period.
The total student study time is 360 hours (equivalent to 12 ECTS credits).
There are therefore 258.75 hours available for class preparation and follow-up work and exam preparation.
Recommended prerequisites (modules):
None.
Recommended as prerequisite for:
Module coordinator:
Prof. Dr. Martha Meyer
Lecturer:
Prof. Dr. Johannes Gräske
Prof. Dr. Martha Meyer
Dr. Sindy Lautenschläger


[updated 27.07.2017]
Learning outcomes:
The development of nursing and therapy sciences:
This module provides insight into the "scientificization" of the nursing and health field and provides an overview of important historical and occupational developments. Students will be able to understand the consequences for the development of the professions in the context of other occupational groups and interpret them from a professional policy perspective. The legal foundations of the professions are well known and can be explained in the context of professionalization and academization. Current developments in health policy will also be addressed and their consequences introduced into the debate on the professionalization of nursing and healthcare occupations..
 
Social science references in nursing and therapy sciences:
The course will present social science perspectives on health-related action. After successfully completing this module, students will have developed or deepened their social science knowledge and be able to understand the bio- and psychosocial connections between health and illness. They will be able to apply this knowledge to the selection of health and care-related interventions and to justify their decisions based on this knowledge. They will be able to analyze problematic areas and develop approaches to solutions. Theories will be reflected with regard to their application and their relevance will be determined and implemented at the different levels of health care. Students will be able to reflect on the significance of social science findings for their own role in the process of professionalization.
 
Theory and research in health professions
The seminar is based on the course "Academic Methodologies and Study Skills I" (BAME 05) from the 1st semester. Students will be familiar with the situation and status of nursing science in Germany. Their professional activities will be based on theoretical or abstract grounds for action. Accordingly, the focus of this course will be on the theories, models and concepts of health care professions. After an introduction, students will work with original literature and apply their findings to a practical context. At the end of the course, students will synthesize their findings and categorize the theories, models and concepts they have worked on.


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Module content:
The Development of Nursing and Therapy Sciences:
1. Development of the professional field of nursing and health care
_        Main historical lines of development
_        Scientific characterization of the occupational field and references to other professions and organizations in the health care and social care sector
_        Classification of nursing and health care professions
_        Professionalization approaches
2. Nursing care and institutions
_        National and international professional associations/ interest groups
_        EG, WHO, ICN: Organisation, involvement of nursing and healthcare professions in health policies
 
Social Science References in Nursing and Therapy Sciences:
1. Introduction
_        The social mission of social sciences
2. Main issues in social sciences
_        Social orders, social processes and relationships, social inequality, forms and consequences of social change
3. Theoretical approaches and how they are taught
Applying social science theory to selected fields of action in health care and therapy
 
Theory and Research in Health Care Professions
1. Theory development and education in health care professions
2. Theories, models and their application
_        Development of typical theories and models of health care professions and their implementation in practice
3. Complex interventions in health care professions
_        Research-methodological guidelines for the identification, evaluation and implementation of evidence-based innovations
_        MRC framework


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Teaching methods/Media:
Print and electronic media, slides, exercises using specialist databases

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Recommended or required reading:
The Development of Nursing and Therapy Sciences:
_        Bischoff C (1994). Frauen in der Krankenpflege. Zur Entwicklung von Frauenrolle und Frauenberufstätigkeit im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. Frankfurt/M.
_        Nightingale F (2005). Bemerkungen zur Krankenpflege. Frankfurt/M.: Mabuse
_        Ostner I, Krutwa-Schott A. (1981). Krankenpflege - ein Frauenberuf. Bericht über eine empirische Untersuchung. Frankfurt/M.: Campus
_        Ostner I, Beck-Gernsheim E (1979). Mitmenschlichkeit als Beruf. Eine Analyse des Alltags in der Krankenpflege. Frankfurt/M.: Campus
_        Robert Bosch Stiftung (Hg) (1996). Denkschrift Pflegewissenschaft. Stuttgart: Bleicher
_        Robert Bosch Stiftung (Hg) (1993). Pflege braucht Eliten. Stuttgart: Bleicher
_        Steppe H (2001). Krankenpflege im Nationalsozialismus. Frankfurt/M.: Mabuse
_        Wolff H-P, Wolff J (1994). Geschichte der Krankenpflege. Basel: Recom
 
Social Science References in Nursing and Therapy Sciences:
_        Bauer U, Bittlingmayer U, Richter M (Hg) (2009). Health Inequalities: Determinanten und Mechanismen gesundheitlicher Ungleichheit. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag
_        Hurrelmann K (2010). Gesundheitssoziologie. Eine Einführung in sozialwissenschaftliche Theorien von Krankheitsprävention und Gesundheitsförderung. Juventa: Weinheim und München
_        Naidoo J, Wills J (2010). Lehrbuch der Gesundheitsförderung. BZgA (Hg) Köln
_        Schroeter KR, Rosenthal T (Hg) (2005). Soziologie der Pflege _Grundlagen, Wissensbestände und Perspektiven. Grundlagentexte Pflegewissenschaft. Weinheim und München: Juventa
_        Wydler H, Kolip P, Aber T (Hg) (2006). Salutogenese und Kohärenzgefühl. Grundlagen, Empirie und Praxis eines gesundheitswissenschaftlichen Konzepts. 3. Aufl. Weinheim und München: Juventa
 
Theory and research in health professions
_        Bryar RM (Hg) (2003). Theorie und Hebammenpraxis. Bern: Hans Huber  
_        Dornheim J, van Maanen H, Meyer JA, Remmers H, Schöniger U, Schwerdt R, Wittneben K (1999). Pflegewissenschaft als Praxiswissenschaft und Handlungswissenschaft. Pflege & Gesellschaft 4(4):73-79
_        Fawcett J (2000). Analysis and Evaluation of Contemporary Nursing Knowledge. Nursing Models and Theories. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis
_        Friesacher H (2011). "Vom Interesse an vernünftigen Zuständen_" Bedeutung und konstitutive Elemente einer kritischen Theorie der Pflegewissenschaft. Pflege 24(6):373-388
_        Jerosch-Herold C, Marotzki U, Stubner BM, Weber P (Hg) (2009). Konzeptionelle Modelle für die ergotherapeutische Praxis. 3. überarb. Aufl. Heidelberg: Springer
_        Meleis AI (1999). Pflegetheorie. Gegenstand, Entwicklung und Perspektiven des theoretischen Denkens in der Pflege. Bern: Hans Huber
_        Moers M, Schaeffer D, Schnepp W (2011). Too busy to think? Essay über die spärliche Theoriebildung der deutschen Pflegewissenschaft. Pflege 24(6):349-360
_        Probst A (2004). Mehr als graue Theorie. Denkmodelle: Basis für die Professionalisierung. Physiopraxis 2(2):34-37
_        Probst A (2005). Welche Rolle spielt die Theoriebildung bei der Akademisierung. Physioscience 1(2):45-47
_        Vollstedt I (1999). Pflegetheorien - brauchen wir sie wirklich? Pflege aktuell 4(4):80-85
Additional literature will be announced in the course.


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