2022

The International Week of Tallinn Health Care College will take place 7.11-11.11.2022. During the week there will be held various lectures and workshops as well as student confernece and international and interdisciplinary conference "Empowerment of Public Health, Health Care and Wellbeing - Education, Research, and Practice”. International week offers great possibilities to introduce Estonia and our institutions to foreign partners, launch new projects and joint research ideas; and encourage students, teachers and staff to participate in international cooperation and mobility.

More information coming soon.

 

Schedule

07.11- Opening and introduction of the International Week
08.11- Student Conference
09.11- Lectures from our curriculums
10.11- International and interdisciplinary conference "Empowerment of Public Health, Health Care and Wellbeing - Education, Research, and Practice” 
11.11- Variety of workshops

 

09.11 Lectures

Selection of lectures:
Health Promotion

  • Community empowerment,
  • Evaluation of health promotion programs,
  • Health advocacy,
  • Health literacy,
  • Health marketing and communication.

Midwifery

Year 1 Ä1

"Healthy Woman´s and Man´s Reproductive Health"

"1. Factors influencing sexual and reproductive health. 2. Anatomy of femaale reproductive tract, maternal pelvis and breast. 3. Physiological processes of human reproduction, incl. ovogenesis, spermatogenesis, menstruation cycle and factors influencing them. 4. Preconception care "

First year midwifery students with no clinical expierience

Year 3 Ä3

"Gynaecological Diseases: midwifery care in case of gynaecological problems "

"1. Common gynaecological diseases- oncological and sexually transmitted infections. 2. Pregnancy loss and abortion care- methods, legislation, councelling. 3. Infertility- treatment and legislation. 4. Emergencies in gynaecology, triage in women´s clinic emergency department and telephone. 5. Menopause- approach, treatment"

Third year students have clinical experience in normal pregnancy and delivery and postnatal care. They have passed compulsory prerequisites: internal diseases and surgical nursing care.

Year 3 Ä3

Clinical Psychology

"1. Maternal Mental health 2. Psyhological Changes during pregnancy and the postnatal period. 3. Techniques of therapeutic communication as nurse's and midwife's role in applying the techniques in practice. "

 

Year 4 Ä4

Art and Science in Midwifery

"1. The origins of research in midwifery. 2. Midwives imago in society, media 3. Representation of birth and midwives in art. 4. Challenges in providing evidence based care."

Forth year students have clinical experience in normal and high risk pregnancy and nursing skills, intrapartum and postnatal care. They have passed compulsory prerequisites: internal diseases and surgical nursing care, gyneacology, intensive care nursing,

 

Nursing

  • “Nursing Philosophy and the Basics of Nursing Process”- professional ethics in nursing, shaping the identity of the occupation, implementing NNN taxonomy in the nursing processes
  • “Digital Technologies in Health Care”- cyber security, implementing remote services in nursing care
  • “Child’s Health and Development”- a complex treatment
  • “Internal Patient Nursing”- medical devices for examining the patient

Occupational Therapy 

  • “Basic Knowledge about Occupational Therapy for Children and Youth”- using International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) with children and adolescents
  • “Occupational Therapy Process for the Elderly”- discrimination against the elderly