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Nursing

Hemşirelik

(Mesleki İngilizce Kursları)

English for nursing is for people who need to communicate effectively in English in the nursing sector. This course covers a range of topics from assessing pain and reporting symptoms to mental health nursing and administering medication, as well as caring for the elderly and dealing with death. This programme will equip learners with the linguistic skills and vocabulary necessary to understand daily situations in a nursing environment.

10
Hours
Workshop

Cumartesi - Pazar
10:00 / 16:00


(2 Gün Toplam 10 Saat)
Workshop Çalışması

4 People 599 TL
8 People 499 TL
12 People 399 TL

24
Hours
Intensive

Ptesi - Çarş - Cuma
19:00 / 21:00


(4 Hafta Toplam 24 Saat)
Yoğun Program

4 People 999 TL
8 People 799 TL
12 People 699 TL

32
Hours
Complete

Salı - Perşembe
19:00 / 21:00


(8 Hafta Toplam 32 Saat)
Detaylı Eğitim

4 People 1.299 TL
8 People 999 TL
12 People 799 TL
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  • 1 THE HOSPITAL TEAM
    • 1.1 Job titles and responsibilities
    • 1.2 The nursing profession
    • 1.3 Talking personally
  • 2 IN AND AROUND THE HOSPITAL
    • 2.1 Directions
    • 2.2 On the ward
    • 2.3 Hospital departments
  • 3 HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS
    • 3.1 A patient record
    • 3.2 Admitting a patient
    • 3.3 Patient summary
  • 4 ACCIDENTS AND EMERGENCIES
    • 4.1 Shock
    • 4.2 Instructions
    • 4.3 Emergency helpline
    • 4.4 First aid
  • 5 PAIN
    • 5.1 Questions to assess pain
    • 5.2 Pain chart
    • 5.3 Pain relief
    • 5.4 Pain report
    • 5.5 Describing pain
  • 6 SYMPTOMS
    • 6.1 Night coughing
    • 6.2 Researching symptoms
    • 6.3 Mystery syndromes
    • 6.4 Symptom report
  • 7 CARING FOR THE ELDERLY
    • 7.1 Alzheimer’s Disease
    • 7.2 A care home
    • 7.3 Assessing a patient
    • 7.4 Old age and the brain
    • 7.5 Transfer to a care home
  • 8 NUTRITION AND OBESITY
    • 8.1 Vitamins and minerals
    • 8.2 Food intake
    • 8.3 A diabetic patient
    • 8.4 A food disorder
    • 8.5 Calculating BMI
  • 9 BLOOD
    • 9.1 Forensic analysis
    • 9.2 Blood types
    • 9.3 A blood test
    • 9.4 Blood pattern analysis
    • 9.5 Describing blood cells
  • 10 DEATH AND DYING
    • 10.1 Breaking bad news
    • 10.2 Reporting a death
    • 10.3 Preparing a body for relatives
    • 10.4 Euthanasia
    • 10.5 Death certificate
  • 11 HYGIENE
    • 11.1 A hygiene report
    • 11.2 Test results
    • 11.3 A hygiene inspection
    • 11.4 Notice
  • 12 MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
    • 12.1 Tourette syndrome
    • 12.2 A case conference
    • 12.3 Schizophrenia
    • 12.4 A patient’s life history
  • 13 MONITORING THE PATIENT
    • 13.1 Taking readings
    • 13.2 Hypothermia
    • 13.3 A coma patient
    • 13.4 A scan
    • 13.5 General anaesthetic
    • 13.6 Vital signs
    • 13.7 Describing a procedure
  • 14 MEDICATION
    • 14.1 Dosages
    • 14.2 Patient medication
    • 14.3 Pandemics and Tamiflu
    • 14.4 Types and forms of medication
  • 15 ALTERNATIVE TREATMENTS
    • 15.1 Mind and body therapies
    • 15.2 Medicinal plants
    • 15.3 Qigong
    • 15.4 Wild treatments
    • 15.5 Types of therapy