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Clinical Placement, Pediatric Care and Outpatient Clinic

Structure Type: Study unit
Code: SH00BD10
Curriculum: SH 2024K
Level: Bachelor of Nursing
Year of Study: 3 (2027)
Credits: 7 cr
Responsible Teacher: Honkaniemi, Teija
Language of Instruction: Finnish

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Learning Outcomes

Students become capable of supporting the growth of a family and participate in family-centered nursing care and individual instruction. Students recognize the woman's need for support and take care of gynecological patients. Students gain the skills of children and young people's nursing expertise in tasks that require nursing care and participates in multidisciplinary teams. Students are able to control children, young people and their families, health care and medical treatment issues. Students participate in care planning, implementation and evaluation in conjunction with the nursing staff.

Student's Workload

Student's Workload 5 weeks/ 200 hours. Kirjallinen tehtävä jaksolle Oppimispäiväkirja
Supervised clinical practice 7 cr (5 weeks).
Learning diary.

Prerequisites / Recommended Optional Courses

Basics of Nursing
Clinical nursing and Clinical Placement, Paediatric Nursing, Antenatal Care and Gynaecological Nursing.
Safe and medical treatment

Mode of Delivery / Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

Supervised clinical practice 7 cr (5 weeks).
Learning diary.

Assessment Criteria

Pass evaluation:
- understands and can apply the ethical principles of nursing
- can operate flexibly in multiprofessional teams
- is motivated to work in the field of nursing
- can make independent decisions, under supervision, related to the patient´ s nursing
- is able to make nursing documentation and follow the principles of data security and data protection
- can carry out pharmacotherapy safely and can follow and can anticipate the effects of the medical treatment
- can evaluate the client's/the patient's health and ability to function and can monitor the changes which take place in them
- can support and guide the patients and their family
- can plan,implement and evaluate patient-oriented nursing
- realistic self-evaluation skills, knows his/her own development needs
- knows the most important examination and nursing procedures, is able to use the nursing instruments and apparatus


- does not follow the principle of professional secrecy
- does not observe agreed rules and instructions
- is not able to work in multiprofessional groups
- has insufficient knowledge basis of nursing and the students makes mistakes when applying it, the student is not able to do independent decision-making in nursing
- the clinical practice is unplanned, the objectives of the clinical practice and self-assessment are insufficient and in adequate
- cannot identify his/her own skills or development needs, is not able to work independently during the latter part of the clinical practice period
- is not able to implement patients' individual nursing although under supervision
- is not able to evaluate the patients ´ state of vital functions, nor report of them
- documentation is defective
- does not present a pharmacotherapy passport or the notes are unclear and defective
- there are several mistakes in implementing pharmacotherapy ,the student does not have a command a medical dosage calculation and does not know the medicines that are most common in the work unit
- cannot evaluate the need for guidance among the patient and the close relatives
- does not know the most common examination and nursing procedures, does not either have the ability to use the apparatus in a safe manner

Assessment Methods

Pass-evaluation on clinical practice period and learning diary

Work Placement

Training is carried out on maternity clinics, rooming units and combined prenatal gynecological ward.
Children and young people's training takes place in day care centers, as well as a variety of children's wards and children's outpatient clinics.