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 1st CLASS REQUIRED COURSES

HEM 101 Fundamentals of Nursing I

This course introduces students to allow the recognition of nursing and nursing education as a profession and aims to create basic knowledge about some basic nursing concepts. This course contents; Health Professions, Nursing Profession, Nursing Role and Human and Basic Human Needs, Life Cycle, Basic Concepts of Nursing, Health and Illness Concept, Individual and Hospital Environment, Health Systems and Health Team, Care Concepts, Infection Control and Vital signs of human being.

MIC 101 Microbiology-Parasitology

In this course, students will have information about the general classification, characteristics and structure of microorganisms, to have an idea about the major infectious diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses and parasites. Students would have knowledge about vaccines and serums and the main laboratory practical information which may be required for their professional live and the treatment, factors and basic characteristics of the major infectious diseases. The course content; Classification of microorganisms, general structural properties of microorganisms, bacteria fine structure, characteristics of bacteria staining and growth characteristics and media used in microbiology, bacterial metabolism, microorganism host relations, the normal microbial flora, infection transmission routes, sterilization, disinfection, general characteristics of fungi, medically important yeasts and molds, action of antibiotics mechanism, resistance mechanisms occurring against antibiotics, introduction of parasitology, protozoa, nematodes, tapeworms, trematodes, staphylococci, streptococci and pneumococci, enteric bacteria, small gram-negative bacilli, mycobacteria, mycoplasma and chlamydia, Neisseria, aerobic gram positive bacilli, anaerobic bacteria, helical microorganisms, general characteristics of viruses, the major infectious diseases caused by viruses, basic immunology, vaccines and serums are included.

BİK 101 Biochemistry

At the end of this course the students will have a basic knowledge of biochemistry. In the course; biochemistry of proteins, digestion and metabolism of proteins, chemistry of carbohydrate, digestion and metabolism of carbohydrate, biochemistry of lipid, digestion and metabolism of lipids, hormonal biochemistry, vitamins and coenzymes, evaluation of diseases related to metabolism and biochemical test results are included.

ANA 115 Anatomies

Aim of the course which is prepared for nursing students is thought the human anatomy which is related to body systems and functions. the students who are successful from this lesson, is expected to have acquired information that might identify anatomical structures, to define the morphology of the entire system,  to describe the morphology of the organs neighborhood, to define the functions of the body during clinical trials.

FZY 101 Physiologies

At the end of this course, students are expected to explain the portions of the organisms (cell, tissue, and organ-system), communication between these portions and as a whole of organism relationship with the environment, to describe the physical and chemical effects on the development of human body at the beginning of life, and to explain various features and mechanisms that maintain the vitality. The course topics; physiology of cells, physiology of central nerves system, physiology of muscle, physiology of blood, physiology of cardiovascular system, physiology of respiratory system, physiology of digestive system and metabolism, physiology of excretory system, physiology of endocrine system, physiology sensory system are included.

YD 111 Foreign Languages I

The course is included; starting to talk, presentation of the verbs, place and person identification, capabilities, choices, offer and acceptance, adverbs of frequency, questioning and answering, past tense, regular and irregular verbs, use of time period and making travel plans in a foreign language.

BİL115 Use of Basic Information and Communication Techniques

Aims of this course is to give a general information about computer to students who do not have any knowledge and any experience in the field of information technology, and prepare the students for the information age. A successful completion of the course, students should have knowledge about computer hardware and software components that make up data storage and transfer, the importance of data and knowledge in the contemporary society and will have information about responsibility and data security. In addition, students could learn operating systems, word processors, presentation, spreadsheets, internet use and to use tools and applications related to this field.

HEM 102 Fundamentals of Nursing II

The purpose of this course is to help students realize their role and the basic philosophy of nursing and the role of nurses in the health care system. In this course, students would be gained knowledge and skills about basic theory, concepts, principles and methods of nursing care. In this course, students are expected to gain specific knowledge, skills and attitudes to the fundamentals of nursing to the subject area. In the course content; Movement requirements of healthy and unhealthy individual, hygiene requirements of Healthy and unhealthy individual, Provision of tissue integrity, the administration of medicines, respiratory requirements of healthy and unhealthy individual, fluid requirements of Healthy and unhealthy individual, Discharge Requirements (urinary and bowel) of healthy and unhealthy individual’s, Perioperative Care, Nursing Process, Pain, sleep and rest issues is included.

HEM 103 Self-Awareness and Communication

The aim of this course, students could earn self- awareness and they could give care to people with positive communication skills and solve communication problems that may occur. Course content; Self-knowledge, ways of knowing yourself, self-recognition applications, Assertive behavior, passive behavior, manipulative behavior, why are wanted to Assertive? change and take risks for changing, use of body language, empathy, empathic communication, human and cognitive behavioral patterns, cognitive diagrams, cognitive distortions, stress and coping with stress, problem solving, relationship between patient and nurse, interpersonal communication conflict and resolution issues is located in.

BES 111 Introductions to Nutrition

Students taking this course, it is expected to have the basic nutritional knowledge within the level knowledge for adequate and balanced diet, health-relations of nutrition. Course content; Carbohydrates, the importance of fiber, lipids and its importance in cardiovascular diseases, proteins, protein-energy malnutrition, Metabolism of energy, water and its importance in human nutrition, vitamins and minerals, food groups (meat, eggs, vegetables, fruits, etc.), nutrition in special cases (pregnant women and lactating, children, elderly, etc.), basic methods for a determined individual's nutritional status, health issues on the relationship of diet, is located in.

HIS 101 Histology

The aim of the course; students have knowledge about Cells and fundamental tissues in the human and meanwhile, is to determine the structure of cells by various painting and laboratory methods, at the level of light and electron microscopy. In the course; Common structural features of different cell types in the human; cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm and organelles are examined under the light and Electron microscopy. The structure, function and the importance of the cell membrane, histological features of the cytoplasm (cytosol-matrix, the consistency of liquid gel and organelles; endoplasmic reticulum (granular, granulated), mitochondrion, Golgi complex, lysosome, peroxisome, microtubules, microfilaments, centrioles, ribosomes, inclusions) are highlighted. It is discussed that Nucleus and substructures, various and differences in its division and importance of human life. It is identified that fine structure characteristics as well as functional properties of human structure with investigation of different methods and different microscope types. It is investigated human basic tissue features such as epithelial tissue, connective tissue, cartilage-bone tissue, muscle tissue, nerve tissue and blood cells and extracellular matrix

YD 112 Foreign Languages II

In the course content; present tense, future tense, comparison, problems, the present perfect tense, different uses of present continuous and present tense, some special structures, adjectives and adverbs are included



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