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(in Polish) E-Learning
(in Polish) Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych
Learning outcome code/codes
Type of subject
BW02- the student knows the issues of human - social environment relations;
BW09 - student discusses selected theories and methods of reality modeling from the perspective of sociology that are applicable in nursing;
BW12- the student defines the concepts of a group, organization, institution, population, community
and ecosystem and knows the rules of their functioning;
BW15- the student defines and interprets the phenomenon of class, ethnic and gender inequality as well as discrimination
BW33- the student defines specific health risks in the living, education and work environment.
BU02- the student is able to assess the influence of illness, hospitalization and other difficult situations on the physical, mental and social functioning of a human being;
BU05 - the student can analyze human attitudes, the process of their shaping and change;
BU21- the student is able to interpret activities in the field of health and social policy conducted by the state for public health;
BU24 - the student is able to control the aggravating factors in the work of a nurse and favor the occurrence of occupational diseases and accidents at work;
The prerequisite for passing the online seminar is active participation in the classes, interpreting and analyzing the topics set by the teacher, as well as passing (publicly - during classes) a group project prepared on the topic assigned by the teacher.
9 h- active participation in classes
5h - student's own work
1 h - presentation of the project during classes
The grade (3) of the course is given to the student who, during the course and presentation of the final project in the field of knowledge, will demonstrate knowledge of the issues of the human-social environment relationship and can discuss selected theories and methods of modeling reality from the perspective of sociology that apply in nursing;
In terms of skills, he can analyze human attitudes, the process of their formation and change.
The db (4) grade for the course is awarded to the student who, apart from meeting the requirements for the dst (3) Demonstrate knowledge of defining and interpreting the phenomenon of class, ethnic and gender inequality and discrimination during the classes and presentation of the final knowledge project.
In terms of skills, the ability to indicate specific actions in the field of health and social policy conducted by the state for public health;
A very good (5) grade for the course is given to the student who, in addition to meeting the requirements for the db (4) grade, during the course and the presentation of the final project in terms of knowledge, will demonstrate knowledge of identifying specific health hazards occurring in the environment of residence, education and work.
In terms of skills, he will also demonstrate the ability to control the aggravating factors in the work of a nurse and favoring the occurrence of occupational diseases and accidents at work.
1. Barański J., Piątkowski W., Zdrowie i choroba. Wybrane problemy socjologii medycyny, Wrocław 2002
2. Malikowski A., Instytucja i instytucjonalizacja jako kategorie teoretyczne socjologii [w:] Studia socjologiczne, t. 3 (1981 i wydania późniejsze)
3. Meandras H., Elementy socjologii, Wrocław 1997
4. Merton R., K., Teoria socjologiczna i struktura społeczna, Warszawa 2002
5. Parsons T., Struktura społeczna a osobowość, Warszawa 1979
Information on level of this course, year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered, types and amount of class hours - can be found in course structure diagrams of apropriate study programmes. This course is related to the following study programmes:
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