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Chronic consequences of critical illness

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Kod przedmiotu: WF-PS-LAUDCHRONIC-ER Kod Erasmus / ISCED: 14.4 / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Chronic consequences of critical illness
Jednostka: Instytut Psychologii
Grupy: Grupa przedmiotów - oferta Erasmus
Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczelnianych - Obszar nauk społecznych (I stopień i jednolite magisterskie)
Wykłady monograficzne - Psychologia
Zajęcia w językach obcych w Instytucie Psychologii
Punkty ECTS i inne: 8.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski
Poziom przedmiotu:

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Skrócony opis:

Inevitably all of us will suffer from serious health setbacksrequiring an invasive and prolonged therapy. The recovery may not be complete. Somatic and psychological experiences of critical care illness (CCI) will affect the life of the survivors long-term after the discharge from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

The course will explore the epidemiological, somatic and psychological of CCIs. For the purpose of the class, a CCIs will be defined as a disease with high probability of dying and requiring an admission to the ICU (sepsis, stroke, acute coronary event, and others). A student will review the state of art in knowledge (not personal experiences) in the psychology of health pertinent to post-ICU syndrome. The outline of the lecture is a framework that may be modified to some extent depending on the participants interest and findings.

Pełny opis:

Inevitably all of us will suffer from serious health setbacksrequiring an invasive and prolonged therapy. The recovery may not be complete. Somatic and psychological experiences of critical care illness (CCI) will affect the life of the survivors long-term after the discharge from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

The course will explore the epidemiological, somatic and psychological of CCIs. For the purpose of the class, a CCIs will be defined as a disease with high probability of dying and requiring an admission to the ICU (sepsis, stroke, acute coronary event, and others). A student will review the state of art in knowledge (not personal experiences) in the psychology of health pertinent to post-ICU syndrome. The outline of the lecture is a framework that may be modified to some extent depending on the participants interest and findings.

This is a class for highly motivated students with significant self-discipline. Participants will be expected to explore the EBSCO, Pubmed and other sources beyond attached references. A total of 15 students will be admitted for the class.

The course is divided into two parts – on-line (units 1-10) and series of interactive lectures (unit 11-15).

1. How are the health and illness defined?

a. „Classical” understanding of health and disease

b. „Alternative” definitions of health

2. Uniqueness of the critical care illness

a. Definition of critical care illness

b. Acute and chronic consequences of critical care illness

3. Homeostasis – the basic overview of the regulatory system of human body

4. Psycho-neuroimmunology

5. Stress

a. What are the sources of stress during CCI?

b. How to measure stress? (acute vs. chronic).

6. Adaptation to the CCI and its consequences

a. What are the „optimal” ways of coping with CCI?

b. Post-ICU syndrome.

7. Posttraumatic stress disorder, delirium, and disability as the consequences of CCI?

8. ICU design and its relationship to post-ICU stress reduction

9. Design of the healthcare delivery for the ICU patient

a. How is the healthcare delivered during acute illness?

b. How is the healthcare delivered during recovery from the ICU?

a. Interakcja pacjenta z lekarzem i ze środowiskiem szpitalnym?

10. Lecture – medical aspect of critical care illness

11. Lecture – psychological aspect of critical care illness

12. Lecture – social aspect of critical care illness

13. Lecture – presentation of an assignment „How to change the ICU environment to reduce the stress and psychological consequences of critical care illness.”

14. Lecture – presentation of assignment „A design of the system to support survivors of CCI – how a patient, medical staff, and the insurance company can be motivated by a common goal.”

15. Lecture – presentation of assignment „When harm of the ICU admission exceeds benefits and how to convey this news to the patient?”

16. Paper presentation, final exam, feedback, and conclusion.

Literatura:

1. Ereshefsky M: Defining ‘health’ and ‘disease.' Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 2009; 40: 221-227.

2. Wrzesniewski K, Wlodarczyk D: The role of cognitive appraisal in coping with myocardial infarction: selected theoretical and practical models. Pol Psych Journal 2001; 32: 18-26

3. Myers, Elizabeth A; Smith, David A.; Allen, Steven R., Kaplan, Lewis J. Post-ICU syndrome: rescuing undiagnosed. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants: 2016;29(4) 34-37:

4. Miller SM: Monitoring versus blunting styles of coping with cancer influence the information patients want and need about their disease. Cancer 1995; 76: 167-77

5. Kentish-Barnes N1, Chevret S2,3, Azoulay E4,5,6 Impact of the condolence letter on the experience of bereaved families after a death in intensive care: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials. 2016 Feb 20;17(1):102

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

The course is divided into e-learning and interactive lectures. A student will familiarize him/herself with literature about unit #1-#10.

• Active participation in 80% of lectures is required.

• Completion of two essaysv (200 words) covering the literature in the pre-lecture part. Assigment after enrollment.

• During the interactive lecture, students will be divided into three groups and present solutions to assignments above.

• Presentation of an interesting paper of their own choosing pertaining to the scope of the lecture – 5 minutes oral presentationc including background, reason for selection, methodology, finding, strength and weakness of paper, conclusion, applicability of the findings.

• The test will be conducted at the beginning and end of the lectures series. 75% positive score is needed to qualify for a satisfactory grade on both exams.

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2017/18" (w trakcie)

Okres: 2017-10-01 - 2018-01-31
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Typ zajęć: Wykład, 30 godzin, 20 miejsc więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Krzysztof Laudański, Agnieszka Szymańska, Adam Świeżyński
Prowadzący grup: Krzysztof Laudański, Agnieszka Szymańska, Adam Świeżyński
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Egzaminacyjny
E-Learning:

E-Learning (pełny kurs) z podziałem na grupy

Typ przedmiotu:

fakultatywny dowolnego wyboru

Skrócony opis:

Inevitably all of us will suffer from serious health setbacksrequiring an invasive and prolonged therapy. The recovery may not be complete. Somatic and psychological experiences of critical care illness (CCI) will affect the life of the survivors long-term after the discharge from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

The course will explore the epidemiological, somatic and psychological of CCIs. For the purpose of the class, a CCIs will be defined as a disease with high probability of dying and requiring an admission to the ICU (sepsis, stroke, acute coronary event, and others). A student will review the state of art in knowledge (not personal experiences) in the psychology of health pertinent to post-ICU syndrome. The outline of the lecture is a framework that may be modified to some extent depending on the participants interest and findings.

This is a class for highly motivated students with significant self-discipline. Participants will be expected to explore the EBSCO, Pubmed and other sources beyond attached references. A total of 15 students will be admitted for the class.

Pełny opis:

Inevitably all of us will suffer from serious health setbacksrequiring an invasive and prolonged therapy. The recovery may not be complete. Somatic and psychological experiences of critical care illness (CCI) will affect the life of the survivors long-term after the discharge from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

The course will explore the epidemiological, somatic and psychological of CCIs. For the purpose of the class, a CCIs will be defined as a disease with high probability of dying and requiring an admission to the ICU (sepsis, stroke, acute coronary event, and others). A student will review the state of art in knowledge (not personal experiences) in the psychology of health pertinent to post-ICU syndrome. The outline of the lecture is a framework that may be modified to some extent depending on the participants interest and findings.

This is a class for highly motivated students with significant self-discipline. Participants will be expected to explore the EBSCO, Pubmed and other sources beyond attached references. A total of 15 students will be admitted for the class.

The course is divided into two parts – on-line (units 1-10) and series of interactive lectures (unit 11-15).

1. How are the health and illness defined?

a. „Classical” understanding of health and disease

b. „Alternative” definitions of health

2. Uniqueness of the critical care illness

a. Definition of critical care illness

b. Acute and chronic consequences of critical care illness

3. Homeostasis – the basic overview of the regulatory system of human body

4. Psycho-neuroimmunology

5. Stress

a. What are the sources of stress during CCI?

b. How to measure stress? (acute vs. chronic).

6. Adaptation to the CCI and its consequences

a. What are the „optimal” ways of coping with CCI?

b. Post-ICU syndrome.

7. Posttraumatic stress disorder, delirium, and disability as the consequences of CCI?

8. ICU design and its relationship to post-ICU stress reduction

9. Design of the healthcare delivery for the ICU patient

a. How is the healthcare delivered during acute illness?

b. How is the healthcare delivered during recovery from the ICU?

a. Interakcja pacjenta z lekarzem i ze środowiskiem szpitalnym?

10. Lecture – medical aspect of critical care illness

11. Lecture – psychological aspect of critical care illness

12. Lecture – social aspect of critical care illness

13. Lecture – presentation of an assignment „How to change the ICU environment to reduce the stress and psychological consequences of critical care illness.”

14. Lecture – presentation of assignment „A design of the system to support survivors of CCI – how a patient, medical staff, and the insurance company can be motivated by a common goal.”

15. Lecture – presentation of assignment „When harm of the ICU admission exceeds benefits and how to convey this news to the patient?”

16. Paper presentation, final exam, feedback, and conclusion.

Literatura:

1. Ereshefsky M: Defining ‘health’ and ‘disease.' Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 2009; 40: 221-227.

2. Wrzesniewski K, Wlodarczyk D: The role of cognitive appraisal in coping with myocardial infarction: selected theoretical and practical models. Pol Psych Journal 2001; 32: 18-26

3. Myers, Elizabeth A; Smith, David A.; Allen, Steven R., Kaplan, Lewis J. Post-ICU syndrome: rescuing undiagnosed. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants: 2016;29(4) 34-37:

4. Miller SM: Monitoring versus blunting styles of coping with cancer influence the information patients want and need about their disease. Cancer 1995; 76: 167-77

5. Kentish-Barnes N1, Chevret S2,3, Azoulay E4,5,6 Impact of the condolence letter on the experience of bereaved families after a death in intensive care: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials. 2016 Feb 20;17(1):102

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