Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
1620008002101FIRST AIDCompulsory122
Level of Course Unit
Short Cycle
Objectives of the Course
Students first-aid rules, implementation of the necessary conditions and give basic information about first aid applications and applications to show. Conditions that require the students to know first aid course, first aid, evaluate, ascertain what the situation is and its importance, to acquire skills and behavior appropriate to the situation and the appropriate first aid application is to carry out the appropriate referral process.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Öğr. Gör. fuat kahraman
Learning Outcomes
1To understand the basic concepts and principles of the science and First Aid,
2To understand the basic concepts and principles of the science and First Aid,
3First aid setting priorities (triage) and general knowledge of the role and functions of diagnosing a detailed assessment,
4First aid setting priorities (triage) and general knowledge of the role and functions of diagnosing a detailed assessment,
5Diagnostics, implementation, evaluation and decisions related to the process of making and ability to apply first aid in line to win
6Diagnostics, implementation, evaluation and decisions related to the process of making and ability to apply first aid in line to win
7First aid units, and phone numbers to be contacted in materials and sort that can be used.
8First aid units, and phone numbers to be contacted in materials and sort that can be used.
9To understand the functioning of the respiratory system and the importance of, sort of breathing caused in the circumstances, respiratory attempts to do for the realization of the knowledge,
10To understand the functioning of the respiratory system and the importance of, sort of breathing caused in the circumstances, respiratory attempts to do for the realization of the knowledge,
11To understand the functioning of the circulatory system and the importance of circulation in the absence of knowledge of the proceedings
12To understand the functioning of the circulatory system and the importance of circulation in the absence of knowledge of the proceedings
13Know types of injury, knowledge of the principles of first aid injuries, major organ injuries to know the difference between the overall injury
14Know types of injury, knowledge of the principles of first aid injuries, major organ injuries to know the difference between the overall injury
15To understand the problems that may arise in individuals exposed to heat, depending on the severity of exposure to heat and principles of first aid knowledge.
16To understand the problems that may arise in individuals exposed to heat, depending on the severity of exposure to heat and principles of first aid knowledge.
17Understanding the difference between frostbite and freezing, freezing, knowledge of first aid in the event
18Understanding the difference between frostbite and freezing, freezing, knowledge of first aid in the event
19Sort blacked out the principles of first aid,
20Sort blacked out the principles of first aid,
21To understand the problems that are caused by bleeding, stop bleeding sort methods, understand the importance of methods to stop bleeding,
22To understand the problems that are caused by bleeding, stop bleeding sort methods, understand the importance of methods to stop bleeding,
23To understand the causes of shock, signs and symptoms of shock, sort, knowledge of the principles of first aid in case of shock,
24To understand the causes of shock, signs and symptoms of shock, sort, knowledge of the principles of first aid in case of shock,
25Understanding the differences between fracture-dislocation, sprain, fracture, dislocation, sprains knowledge of the principles of first aid,
26Understanding the differences between fracture-dislocation, sprain, fracture, dislocation, sprains knowledge of the principles of first aid,
27Know types of poisoning, according to the types of poisoning understand the principles of first aid,
28Know types of poisoning, according to the types of poisoning understand the principles of first aid,
29First Aid during the application itself will be capable of knowing and applying the rules of protection from infectious diseases.
30First Aid during the application itself will be capable of knowing and applying the rules of protection from infectious diseases.
Mode of Delivery
Evening Education
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
At least to continue the course. (70%) Come prepared to class. Recommended sources to provide at least one of
Course Contents
General knowledge of first aid and emergency aid, basic life support, injuries and bleeding, regional wounds, circulatory system diseases, respiratory problems, poisoning, burns, environmental factors, and first aid, animal bites and stings, other emergency conditions, fractures, soft tissue injuries, first aid bandage applications, and sick / injured handling techniques include course content.
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
1Meeting, giving information about the course General First Aid InformationXX
2Patient / Injured Person and Crime Scene AssessmentXX
3In adults, Basic Life SupportXX
4Basic Life Support for Children and InfantsXX
5Bleeding First AidXX
6Injuries First AidXX
7Burns, freezing and hot shock, first aidXX
8Midterm Exam
9Fractures, Dislocations and sprains First AidXX
10Disorders of Consciousness First AidXX
11Animal bites first aidXX
12Eye, Ear and Nose Foreign Bodies escape First AidXX
13Choking first aidXX
14The patient / injured Transportation TechniquesXX
15Final exam
16Final exam
Recommended or Required Reading
İŞCİ, Necmettin (2012). First Aid lecture notes (updated each semester) SÖZEN, Cemil (2012). First Aid Book. Nobel Medical Publications, Offset Printing CÜCEN, Zübeyde, YUKSEL, Sevda (2011). Nobel Medical Publications, Atalay Printing Step-by-step first aid and rescue, Saunders College Publishing, Ankara Turkey Red Crescent Society, First Aid Manual, Pelit Offset, Ankara, 2001. The Internet and other written sources
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Assessment Methods and Criteria
Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
Midterm Examination1100
SUM100
End Of Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
Final Examination1100
SUM100
Term (or Year) Learning Activities40
End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities60
SUM100
Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
None
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
Midterm Examination111
Final Examination122
Makeup Examination122
Attending Lectures14114
Practice14114
Question-Answer14114
Team/Group Work717
Individual Study for Mid term Examination133
Individual Study for Final Examination133
Laboratory Examination122
Performance122
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)64
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