Naslov predmeta:

Onkološka zdravstvena nega z onkologijo

Nosilec predmeta:

izr. prof. dr. Brigita Skela Savič
doc. dr. Mirjana Rajer

Izvajalec predmeta:

  • izr. prof. dr. Brigita Skela Savič
  • doc. dr. Mirjana Rajer

Kontaktne ure predavanj:

40

Kontaktne ure seminar:

40

Kontaktne ure vaj:

20

Individualno delo študenta:

150

ECTS:

10

Stopnja:

Bolonjski magistrski študij

Semester:

Zimski/Letni

Jezik:

Slovenski
 

Cilji in predmetno
specifične kompetence:

  • Izboljšanje zavedanja o onkološki zdravstveni negi kot o specialnem področju zdravstvene nege v okviru zdravstvenega varstva.
  • Zagotovitev okvira za pospeševanje podiplomskega izobraževanja iz onkološke zdravstvene nege in profesionalnega razvoja.
  • Povečanja znanja, razumevanja, veščin medicinskih sester iz okološke zdravstvene nege z namenom izboljšanja zdravstvene oskrbe ljudi z rakom.
  • Spodbujanje medicinskih sester, da prispevajo svoj del v onkološkem multidisciplinarnem timu pri raziskovanju, menedžmentu in praksi.
  • Pospeševanje razvoja strateških zmožnosti in sposobnosti v okviru onkološke zdravstvene nege.
     

Obvezna literatura:

  • Bowling A. Research Methods in Health: Investigating Health and Health Services, Buckingham: Open University Press; 2005.
  • Brighton D. Royal Marsden Hospital Handbook of Cancer Chemotherapy. Edinburgh [etc.] : Elsevier, 2006.
  • Jarvis C. Physical Assessment and Health Assessment. 4th ed. St. Louis : Saunders, cop. 2004.
  • Kearney N, Richardson A, eds. Nursing Patients with Cancer: Principles and Practice. Edinburgh: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone;
  • Strokovne in znanstvene revije:
    - Cancer Nursing
    - Oncology Nursing Forum
    - European Journal of Oncology Nursing
    - Semin Oncol Nurs
    - Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing
    - British Journal of Cancer
    - European Journal of Cancer
    - Cancer Journal
    - Cancer
    - Support Cancer Care 

Priporočljiva literatura:


KONTEKST ONKOLOŠKE ZDRAVSTVENE NEGE / THE CONTEXT OF CANCER NURSING

  •  Adam J, White M, Foreman D. Are there Socioeconomic Gradients in Stage and Gradeof Breast Cancer at Diagnosis? Cross Sectional Analysis of UK Cancer Registry Data. British Medical Journal 2004; 329: 142.
  • Creagan ET. Burnout and Balance: How to go the Distance in the 21st Century'. Cancer Control 2004; 11(4): 266–8.
  • Lowrey KM. Legal and Ethical Issues in Cancer Genetics Nursing (Review). Semin Oncol Nurs 2004; 20(3): 203–8.
     
ZNANSTVENE OSNOVE IN ZDRAVLJENJE RAKA / BASIC SCIENCE AND TREATMENT OF CANCER
  • Cervantes A, Chirivella I. Oncological Emergencies (review). Ann Oncol 2004; 15(4): 299–306.
  • Gafter-Givili A, Fraser A, Paul M, et al. Meta-Analysis Antibiotic Prophylaxis Reduces Mortality in Neutropenic Patients.  Annals of Internal Medicine 2005; 142: 979–95.
  • Green JM, Hacker ED. Chemotherapy in the Geriatric Population (Review). Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 2004; 8(6): 591–7.
  • Jones L, Coe P. Extravasation. European Journal of Oncology Nursing 2004; 8(4): 355–8.
     

VEŠČINE ZDRAVSTVENE NEGE PRI OCENJEVANJU STANJA PACIENTOV Z RAKOM / NURSING SKILLS IN ASSESSING PEOPLE WITH CANCER

  • Bickley L. Bates Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking. 8th ed. Philadelphia: LWW; 2004.
  • Bourbonnais FF, Perreault A, Bouvette M. Introduction of a Pain and Symptom Assessment Tool in the Clinical Setting: Lessons Learned. Journal of Nursing Management 2004; 12(3): 194–200.
  • Chernecky C, Saran L, Waller J, Brecht ML. Assessing Cough and Wheezing in Lung Cancer: A Pilot Study. Oncology Nursing Forum 2004; 31(6): 1095–101.
  • Costelloe M, Nelson L. The Needs of Recently Diagnosed Cancer Patients. Nurs Stand 2004; 19(13): 42–4.
  • Davies E, Male M, Reimer V, Turner M, Wylie K. Pain Assessment and Cognitive Impairment: Part 1. Nursing Standard 2004; 19(12): 39–42.
  • Harris DJ, Knobf MT. Assessing and Managing Chemotherapy Induced Mucositis Pain. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 2004; 8(6): 622–8.
  • Jefford M, Mileshkin L, Richards K, Thomson J, Mathews JP, Zalcberg J, et al. Rapid Screening for Depression: Validation of the Brief Case Find for Depression (BCD), in Medical Oncology and Palliative Care Patients. British Journal of Cancer 2004; 91(5): 900–6.
  • Mullen KH, Berry D, Zierler B. Computerized Symptom and Quality of Life Assessment for Patients with Cancer Part II: Acceptability and Usability. Oncology Nursing Forum 2004;  31(5): 84–9.
  • Paul SM, Zelman DC, Smith M, Miaskowski C. Categorizing the Severity of Cancer Pain: Further Exploration of the Establishment of Cut points. Pain 2005; 113(1–2): 37–44.
  • Paul SM, Zelman DC, Smith M, Miaskowski C. Categorizing the Severity of Cancer Pain: Further Exploration of the Establishment of Cut points. Pain 2005; 113(1–2): 37–44.

ODLOČANJE IN KOMUNIKACIJA / DECISION MAKING AND COMMUNICATION

  • Bar-Tal Y, Barnoy S, Zisser B. Whose Informational Needs are Considered? A Comparison Between Cancer Patients and their Spouses’ Perceptions of their Own and their Partners’ Knowledge and Informational Needs. Soc Sci Med 2005; 60(7): 1459–65.
  • Balmer C. The information requirements of people with cancer: where to go after the “patient information leaflet?. Cancer Nursing 2005; 28(1): 36–44.
  • Capirici C, Feldman-Stewart D, Mandoliti G, Brundage M, Belluco G, Manani K. Information Priorities of Italian Early Stage Prostate Cancer Patients and of their Health Care Professionals. Patient Educ Couns 2005; 56(2): 174–81.
  • Chouliara Z, Miller M, Stott D, Molassiotis A, Twelves C, Kearney N. Older People with Cancer: Perceptions and Feelings about Information, Decision-Making and Treatment: A Pilot Study. European Journal of Oncology Nursing 2004; 8(3): 257–35.
  • Link LB, Robbins L, Mancuso CA, Charlso ME. How Do Cancer Patients Who Try to Take Control of their Disease Differ from those Who Do Not?. Eur J Cancer Care 2004; 13(3): 219–26.
  • Maly RC, Umezawa Y, Leake B, Silliman RA. Determinants of Participation in Treatment Decision-Making by Older Breast Cancer Patients. Breast Cancer Res Treat 2004;  85(3): 201–9.
  • Murray MA, Miller T, Fiset V, O’Connor A, Jacobsen MJ. Decision Support: Helping Patients and Families Find a Balance at the End of Life. International Journal of Palliative Nursing; 2004; 10(6): 270–7.


INTERVENCIJE ZDRAVSTVENE NEGE PRI ZDRAVLJENJU PACIENTOV Z RAKOM / NURSING INTERVENTIONS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CANCER

  • Bokemeyer C, Aapro MS, Courdi A, Foubert J, Link H, Osterborg A, et al. EORTC Guidelines for the Use of Erythropoietic Proteins in Anaemic Patients with Cancer. European Journal of Cancer 2004; 40(15): 2293–306.
  • Fleishman S. Treatment of Symptom Clusters: Pain Depression and Fatigue. Journal of National Cancer Institute Monographs 2004; (32): 119–23.
  • Johnson DC, Kassner CT, Houser J, Kutner J. Barriers to Effective Symptom Management in Hospice. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2005; 29(1): 69–79.
  • Kuhn KG, Boesen E, Ross L, Johansen C. Evaluation and Outcome of Behavioural Changes in the Rehabilitation of Cancer Patients: A Review. European Journal of Cancer 2005; 41(2): 216–24.
  • MASCC 2005. ‘Mucositis: Perspectives and Clinical Practice Guidelines’, Cancer Journal, 100 (S9): 1995–2046. Also available at http://www.mascc.org/index.php?load=pro_study_groups&page_id=73 (1 May 2004).
  • Miaskowski C, Dodd M, Lee K. Symptom Clusters: The New Frontier in Symptom Management Research. Journal of National Cancer Institute Monographs 2004; (32): 17–21.
  • Perdue C. Understanding Nausea and Vomiting in Advanced Cancer. Nursing Times 2005; 101(4): 32–5.
  • Stevenson J, Abernethy AP, Miller C, Currow DC. Managing Co-morbidities in Patients at the End of Life (Review). British Medical Journal 2004; 329(7471): 909–12.
  • Wagner LI, Cella D. Fatigue and Cancer: Causes, Prevalence and Treatment Approaches. Br J Cancer 2004; 91(5): 822–8.


VPLIV RAKA NA POSAMEZNIKA IN NJEGOVEGA NEGOVALCA / IMPACT OF CANCER ON THE INDIVIDUAL AND CARER

  • Anderson K, Mendoza T, Valero V, Richman S, Russell C, Hurley J, et al. Minority Cancer Patients and their Providers – Pain Management Attitudes and Practice. Cancer 2000; 88(8): 1929–38.
  • DIPEx, Offers a wide variety of personal experiences of cancer illness and survival. Available at: http://www.dipex.org.
  • Farrell C, Heaven C, Beaver K, Maguire P. Identifying the Concerns of Women Undergoing Chemotherapy. Patient Educ Couns 2005; 56(1): 72–7.
  • Little M, Sayers E. While There’s Life… Hope and the Experience of cancer. Soc Sci Med 2004; 59(6): 1329–37.
  • McGrath P. Reflections on Serious Illness as Spiritual Journey by Survivors of Haematological Malignancies. European Journal of Cancer Care (Engl) 2004; 13(3): 227–37.
  • Ryan H, Schofield P, Cockburn J, Butow P, Tattersall M, Turner J, et al. How to Recognise and Manage Psychological Distress in Cancer Patients. European Journal of Cancer Care (Engl) 2005; 14(1): 7–15. 
     
KLINIČNO VODENJE IN MENEDŽERIRANJE VIROV ZDRAVSTVENE NEGE / CLINICAL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGING NURSING RESOURCES
  • European Leadership Foundation. Provides access to reviews of leadership literature and resources. Available at: http://www.nursingleadership.org.uk/home.htm
  • Grunfield E, Zitzelsberger L, Coristone M, Whelan TJ., Aspelund F, Evans WK. Job Stress and Job Satisfaction of Cancer Workers. Pyschooncology 2005; 14(1): 61–9.
  • Gysels M, Richardson A, Higginson IJ. Communication Training for Health Care Professionals Who Care for Patients with Cancer: A Systematic Review of Effectiveness. Support Cancer Care 2004; 12(10): 692–700.
  • Myers JS. Tools for the Advancement of Quality Care. Semin Oncol Nurs 2004; 20(2): 89–100.
  • NHS Modernisation agency improvement leaders guides, general improvement skills, process and systems thinking, personal and organisational development Available at: http://www.wise.nhs.uk/cmsWISE/ Tools+and+Techniques/ILG/ILG.htm
  • Needham PR, Newbury J.Goal Setting as a Measure of Outcome in Palliative Care. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2004; 18(5): 444–51.
  • Ropka ME, Padilla G, Gillespie T. Risk Modelling: Applying Evidence-based Risk Assessment in Oncology Nursing Practice. Oncology Nursing Forum 2005; 32(1): 49–56.
  • Rosser M, Rice AM, Campbell H, Jack C. Evaluation of a Mentorship Programme for Specialist Practitioners. Nursing Education Today 2004; 24(8): 596–604.
  • Sloan JA, Scott-Findlay S, Nemecek A., Bllod P, Trylinski C, Whittaker H, et al. Mapping the Journey of Cancer Patients through the Health Care System: Part 2 Methodological Approaches and Basic Findings. Can Oncol Nurs 2004; 14(4): 224–32.
  • Thomas R, Richardson A. The NICE Guidance on Supportive and Palliative Care: Implications for Oncology Teams. Clinical Oncology 2004; 16(6): 420–4.
     
INFORMATIKA IN APLIKATIVNO RAZISKOVANJE V ONKOLOŠKI ZDRAVSTVENI NEGI / INFORMATICS AND APPLIED RESEARCH IN CANCER CARE
  • Berger A, Berry, D, Kimberly C, Greene A, Maliski S, Swenson K, et al. Oncology Nursing Society Year 2004 Research Priorities Survey. Oncology Nursing Forum 2005; 32(2): 281–90.
  • Burns N, Groves, S. The Practice of Nursing Research: Conduct, Critique, and Utilization. 4th ed. Philadelphia: WB Saunders and Company; 2004.
  • Hunt E, Breckenridge Sproat S, Kitzmiller R. The Nursing Informatics Implementation Guide. Springer Publications; 2004.
  • Cooke L, Smith-Idell C, Dean G, Gemmill R, Steingass S, Sun V, et al. Research to Practice: A Practical Program to Enhance the Use of Evidence-based Practice at the Unit Level. Oncology Nursing Forum  31(4): 825–32.
  • Friese C R, Beck SL. From Research to Clinical Practice. Advancing Practice and Research: Creating Evidence-based Summaries on Measuring Nursing-sensitive Patient Outcomes. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 2004; 8(6): 675–7.
  • Larson E, Nirenberg A. Evidence-based Nursing Practice to Prevent Infection in Hospitalised Neutropenic patients with Cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum 2004; 31(4): 717–25.
  • Patiraki E, Karlou C, Papadopoulou D, Spyridou A, Kouloukoura C, Bare, E. Barriers in implementing research findings in cancer care: the Greek registered nurses perceptions. European Journal of Oncology Nursing 2004; 8(3): 245–56.
  • Schofield PE, Butow PN. Towards Better Communication in Cancer Care: A Framework for Developing Evidence Based Interventions. Patient Educ Couns 2004; 55(1): 32–9.
  • Scott I, Mazhindu D. Statistics for Health Care Professionals: An Introduction. London: Sage publications; 2005.
  • Weingarten M, Paul M, Leibovici M. Assessing Ethics of Trials in Systematic Reviews.  British Medical Journal 2004; 328: 1013–4.

Pogoji za vključitev v delo
oziroma za opravljanje
študijskih obveznosti:

Opravljeni pogoji za vpis v drugi letnik.


 

Metode ocenjevanja:

  • pregledni esej ali raziskovalni projekt - 50%
  • izpit - 50%
     

Metode poučevanja in učenja:

Predavanja, refleksija, skupinsko delo, študije primera, seminarsko delo, razprave, igra vlog, obisk onkološkega centra, demonstracija.