Nursing care for patient after brain damage
The aim of the course is to acquire and deepen theoretical knowledge and practical skills with which the nurse acquires professional theoretical and practical knowledge and skills for the application of nursing care in patients after brain damage. In the course of general nurses they will get comprehensive information about brain plasticity, clinical picture of various types of brain damage, therapeutic approaches and possibilities, types and use of compensatory aids in hospital and home care.
- completion of qualification studies and adaptation process
- professional competence to perform a medical profession without professional supervision
- at least 2 years of medical experience
The aim of the certified course is to prepare a general nurse to independently perform specific nursing care in a patient with brain damage in hospital and home care.
The total hour is 24 hours.
Theoretical part - 10 hours
Practical part - 14 hours
Dates for 2020:
The term will be determined by the number of candidates.
Theoretical part: Department of Education, General Teaching Hospital, Na Bojišti 1, 120 00 Prague 2.
Practical part: Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, General Teaching Hospital, Albertov 7, 128 00 Prague 2.
The course is concluded with a test and a practical exam, in which the student performs and justifies nursing care in a patient with brain damage.
The participation of an employee of the General Teaching Hospital in Prague is 500 CZK
MUDr. Yvona Angerová, Ph.D., MBA - professional guarantor of the theoretical part
Vendula Matolínová - professional guarantor of the practical part
Contact to login:
Prof. PhDr. Jana Endlicherová, phone: +420 22496 9509, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send filled-in applications to:
Prof. PhDr. Jana Endlicherová
OV VFN in Prague
On the Battlefield 1
120 00 Prague 2
or electronically to: email@example.com