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Learning outcomes descriptions 1.3.c

Competence description VQTS:

1.3.c

Is able to

  • apply and develop special care plans
  • guide and supervise the development, revision and adaptation of the professional care plan.
Competence (EQF)SkillsKnowledge

The professional caregiver is able to autonomously and independently apply and develop care plans for special diseases and to guide and supervise others in determining professional care plans. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The professional caregiver is able to:

  • apply neurological care plans (e.g. for Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply mental health and psychiatric care plans (e.g. for anxiety and panic disorders, major depression, schizophrenia, suicide behaviours) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply respiratory care plans (e.g. for asthma, COPD, mechanical ventilation, pneumonia, tracheotomy) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply cardiovascular care plans (e.g. for angina pectoris, cardiogenic shock, hypovolemic shock, myocardial infarction, aortic aneurysm) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply gastrointestinal care plans (e.g. for appendectomy, hepatitis, liver cirrhosis) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply maternal and new-born care plans (e.g. for perinatal loss, postpartum haemorrhage, prenatal infection, gestational diabetes mellitus) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply paediatric care plans (e.g. for cystic fibrosis, hydrocephalus) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply care plans for infectious diseases (e.g. for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, influenza, tuberculosis) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply genitourinary care plans (e.g. for chronic renal failure, prostatectomy, urolithiasis) and care plans for the female reproductive system (e.g. for hysterectomy, mastectomy) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply endocrine and metabolic care plans (e.g. for diabetes mellitus, eating disorders, hyperthyroidism) and care plans for the acid-base balance (e.g. respiratory alkalosis, metabolic acidosis) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply hematologic and lymphatic care plans (e.g. for anaphylactic shock, leukaemia) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply ophthalmic care plans (e.g. for cataracts, glaucoma) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply musculoskeletal care plans (e.g. for amputation, osteoporosis, total joint replacement) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply surgical and perioperative care plans (e.g. for ileostomy, fracture) and show others how to implement them,
  • apply integumentary and miscellaneous care plans (e.g. for burn injury, pressure ulcer, cancer nursing, total parenteral nutrition) and show others how to implement them,
  • develop care plans for special diseases,
  • propose a model of care and apply selected nursing theories in practice,
  • assess the correct application of interventions and measures regarding the care plan,
  • supervise modifications to the care plan,
  • motivate others to improve nursing care planning,
  • perform current and final evaluation of the patient's/client’s health assessment and nursing outcomes,
  • prepare and revise care plan templates,
  • recognise the scope of their own competences and those of others when planning professional care.
 

The professional caregiver is able to:

  • discuss ethical principles of care planning (see also CA.B.1),
  • name and explain care plans for specific areas and diseases (e.g. neurological, cardiovascular, paediatric, endocrine care plans),
  • explain various nursing theories and care models (e.g. Nightingale, Henderson, Orem, Roy, Neuman),
  • explain the process of guiding and supervising others,
  • explain different strategies of training and motivating others to improve care planning,
  • describe the development of care plans and care plan templates.

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