(Between the 2013-2019 Academic Years) Courses

ING 101 English I

This is a compulsory English course which provides basic language skills such as reading, writing, listening and speaking at the beginning level.

ING 102 English II

This is a compulsory English course which provides basic language skills such as reading, writing, listening and speaking at the beginning level.

ST 100 Summer Training

Internship covers field experience at any work place (public or private) for four weeks (twenty work days). Students should follow the instructions stated in IUE Internship Guide in order to successfully complete their internships.

ST 200 Internship I

Internship covers field experience at any work place (public or private) for four weeks (twenty work days). Students should follow the instructions stated in IUE Internship Guide in order to successfully complete their internships.

TRH 101 Princ. of Atatürk and Hist. of Revol. I

This course provides a general information of the events from the end of the 19. century until the end of the Turkish War of Independence and the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne in 1923.

TRH 102 Princ. of Atatürk and Hist. of Revol. II

With special reference to the Principals of Atatürk the course will examine the philosophy of the foundation and existence of the republican regime as well as the democratic developments in secular Turkey during the twentieth century and in the era of extending globalization.

TRK 101 Turkish I

Students will be taught how to use the written communication tools accurately and efficiently in this course. Various types of written statements will be examined through a critical point of view by doing exercises on understanding, telling, reading, and writing. Punctuation and spelling rules, which are basis of written statement, will be taught and accurate usage of these rules for efficient and strong expression will be provided.

TRK 102 Turkish II

Students will be taught how to use the written communication tools accurately and efficiently in this course. There will be exercises on understanding, telling, reading, and writing; types of speeches (panel, symposium, conference, etc.) will be introduced; the student will be equipped with information on using body language, accent and intonation, and presentation techniques.

TS 101 Human Anatomy

Description of the anatomy, The general chapters, basic concepts, Cell, anatomical terms, cranium, skeletal system, joints, muscles, circulatory system, endocrine system, respiratory system, digestive system, urinary system, reproductive system, nervous system, the five senses, topographic anatomy.

TS 102 Pharmacology

Introduction to Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Drug Forms, Drug Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism and Excretion of drugs, İnteractions of drugs in the body, The harmful effects of drugs and complications, Gastrointestinal system drugs, Cardiovascular drugs, Respiratory system drugs, Autonomic Nervous System drugs, Central Nervous System drugs, endocrine affect the function of drugs in the elderly, Renal function and electrolyte metabolism supporting drugs, Chemotherapies, insulin and hypoglycemic drugs in elderly care , Prescription reading and evaluation.

TS 103 Physiology

Cell Physiology, Blood Physiology. İnducible tissues; Muscle Physiology. İnducible tissues; Nerve Physiology. Physiology of the Cardiovascular System, Physiology of the respiratory system. Physiology of the Urinary System. Physiology of the Digestive System. Physiology of the Endocrine System. Physiology of the nervous system. Sensory Physiology.

YB 101 Aged Care Principles And Practices I

Elderly care principles and practices I is a description of the basic concepts of elderly care and how self-care needs of the elderly person can be met.

YB 102 Aged Care Principles And Practices II

Geriatrics health education and learning process, Fluid and electrolyte balance. Practices for dermatological problems in the elderly. presentation of health services in Turkey . Gastro-intestinal system and practices, urinary system problems and practices, respiratory system problems and practices. the elderly foot problems and foot care, mobilization of the elderly , Bedridden elderly care, Aged care inTerminal period

YB 108 Geriatric Neuro-Psychiatry

Classification of psychiatric disorders according to DSM-IV criteria, personality disorders, neuroses, psychoses, organic mental disorders, depression in the elderly, psychotic disorders in elderly, anxiety disorders in elderly, Alzheimer-dementia, neurological changes associated with aging.Cerebrovascular diseases.Parkinson's Epilepsy, sleep disorders in the elderly.Multiple sclerosis, muscle diseases.Alzheimer-dementia

YB 109 Basic Gerontology

Definition of aging. The history of the science of old age. definitions of geriatrics and gerontology. The epidemiology of aging in Turkey and around the world. theories of aging. physiological and psycho-social changes due to aging. factors that affect aging and old age. the prevention of premature aging. problems in old age. Evaluation of the elderly. the general care of the elderly. old age and ethics. The importance of quality of life of older individuals. geriatric emergencies. common problems in old age. healthy and active aging. nutrition in old age. old age of national and international policies. concerning the elderly association of institutions, organizations and activities. Laws and regulations concerning the elderly in Turkey.

YB 201 Aged Care Principles And Practices III

This course is a description of the elderly person's care needs.

YB 202 Aged Care Principles And Practices IV

Observation and application processes related to professions.

YB 203 Chronic Diseases in the Elderly

This course is a lesson that description of the definition of chronic disease, its properties, how to be protected from chronic diseases and how to care for chronic diseases.

YB 204 Elderly Care Services at Home

Basic approaches at home care services, home care advantages / disadvantages. The historical development of servis health in home The role of elder care technicians in organization and management of home care services Interpersonal relation and of communication in home care Control the infection in the home careHome care in elderly Home care patient with dementia Home care in heart disease Home care in respiratory system diseases Home care in patient with diabetes Home care of patient with disability who have after cerebrovascular disease Home care with arthritis Home care in psychiatric disorders / Wound care in home

YB 206 Social Rehabilitation

Definition and concept of Social Rehabilitation, Social rehabilitation of the elderly, Providing protection confidence in maintaining the of the social life of the elderly, Elderly daily life-skills, Aged care technicians, attitudes and behaviors of elderly people, Housekeeping, Private home exercise programs, Hobby and leisure time activities, Social problems faced by the elderly. Mental health problems faced by elderly people. Seniors' needs and expectations. Physical needs of the elderly, Service models for older people. Social services for the elderly.

YB 207 Clinical Practice I

Applying the aged care service processes in public and private organizations.

YB 210 Terminal Period Elderly Care

Recognition of elderly patients with terminal stage, recognition of signs of death, the basic requirements of elderly patients in terminal period, physiological and psychological needs, learning needs of the hospital and home conditions, event of the death, the preparation of the relatives of patients

YB 212 Clinical Practice II

Applying the aged care service processes in public and private organizations.

ADL 105 Keyboard Usage I

Standard Turkish keyboard (F keyboard) is to most efficient keyboard for using keyboard method with 10 fingers, without looking pursuant to Turkish language. Using computer keyboard techniques fast and efficient with 10 fingers, methodically is given to you with this lecture. Sitting position, position of arms, position of hands, position of fingers, position of feet and accurate using techniques of the letter keys are offered to you in detail and with pictures in these techniques. You must learn and use these techniques to increase your yield at all kinds of correspondences in your professional life and private life.

BLG 153 Computer Aided Office Programs I

Basic concepts of information technology, windows operating system, filing, backup, create folders, internet and communication, use of the word processing program, use of functions in excel and sample applications.

BLG 154 Computer Office Programs II

Presentation preparation techniques, using MS PowerPoint, using database management program, using Publisher program and using Excel Program

CG 216 Behaviour Management

Approaches to Behavior(Theories), Defining Target Behavior, Measuring Target Behavior, Techniques of Recording Target Behavior, Planning Behavior Treatment Plan, Regulation of Behavior Raising Results, Regulation of Behavior Decreasing Results, Persistency Of Modified Behaviour, Generalization of Modified Behaviour.

HUK 134 .

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HUK 231 Social Security System and Health Insurance

The notion of social security, right to have social security, social security systems, historical process of social security systems, historical process of Turkish social security, the notion of social insurance and types of social insurance, social security and general health insurance law no. 5510 in general, right to health, health systems, types of health insurance and general health insurance, its extent and implementation principles.

RTV 112 History of Civilization

The course RTV 112 covers a time span starting from the human evolution through the civilizations of antiquity to the beginning of Middle Age.

RTV 215 The Art of Public Speaking

Voice, diction, speed reading

SA 110 Cultural Activities

The activities include scientific, cultural, and social activities

TDS 208 Public Relations in Healthcare Instutitions

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TDS 214 Written Expression

The rules of written communication, features of written language, expression disturbances which could be done in texts, writing a composition, types of texts, techniques of taking note and summarizing

TDS 250 Emergency management

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TS 104 Communication in Health Services

Introduction, Oral communication, verbal communication , Non-verbal communication, Body language , Gestures and facial expressions, Active Listening, Interpersonal communication and ethical principles, Communication with patient and relative’s patient, Follow-up film and discussion.

TS 105 Medical Terminology

Terminology, pre-and suffixes. Blood Diseases Terminology. Diagnostic Terminology. Respiratory System Terminology. Motion System Terminology. Cardiovascular System Terminology. Urinary and Reproductive System Terminology. Gastro-Intestinal System Terminology. Eye and ENT Terminology. Endocrine System Terminology. Terminology of Dermatology. Nervous System and Psychiatric Terminology.

TS 107 Behavioral Sciences

This course covers the issus of approaches to behavioral sciences and research methods, sensation and perception, learning, memory, cognition, language, concepts, and thought in solving a problem, motivation and excitement, personality and theories of personality, psychology of abnormal behaviours, social psychology, developmental psychology.

TS 110 Wound Care

Physiology of wound healing process, the diabetic foot, venous ulcers, pressure sores, burns, acute radiation injuries, bite injuries such as gunshot wounds, and the care and treatment of acute and chronic wounds, wound dressings closing temporarily, describes methods that support wound healing. Course in order to ensure ease of learning is enriched with case studies and student presentations.

TS 120 First Aid

Importance of first aid, basic life support (adult-child-infant), basic life support (CPR) practice, foreign body obstruction (Choking-adult-child-infant), first aid, first aid bleeding and injuries, (Fractures, dislocations, sprains), Bites, stings, Allergic reactions. , burns. Drownings, Hot and cold injuries, Poisoning, Patient transportation techniques.

TS 202 Crisis Management and Anger Control

This course contains; Describe and explain at crisis in human relationships, stages of crisis, leading factor in crisis, environmental influence and sort of reactions for this action, crisis management, anatomophysiology of affectivity; anger, positive effects of anger, symptoms arise during the anger, anger management, the importance of expression of emotions, coping strategies with emotional stress, the coping process with death and mourning, understanding the other people’s crisis situtations and anger through empaty.

TS 204 Occupational Health and Safety in Healthcare Services

The relationship between work and health, Health Risk factors, health care in terms of the classification of all possible health problems: look, accidents, occupational diseases Basic prevention measures, health care workers of the rights, responsibilities and regulations

TS 205 Occupational Ethics

Introduction to the ethics and professional ethics, Concepts of ethics and moral , Theories of ethics, Principle of professional ethics, Justice, Virtue, Honesty, Human rights, Respect to others, Privacy, Unethical behaviours, Degeneration of profession and the results of unethical behavior at business life.

TS 206 Research Methods in Health

This course includes basic principles and qualifications of a research, concept of research types, planning a research, data collection and interpretation of these data.

TS 208 Projects of Enhance of the Health

Effective Communication Techniques, Community Service Implementation Areas, Project Design Process (Research, Planning, Implementation, Measurement and Evaluation), Business Idea Generation // Determination of Project Topics, Monitoring and Evaluation of Project Process, theoretical and practical information will be given.

TS 209 Environmental Regulation

Technological Society, Anatomy, Anthropometry, Biomechanics, Kinesiology, Calculation of Work Area Size, Ergonomic Organization of Worksite, Office Ergonomics, Workstation Design, Time Management, Vision and Illumination – Hearing and Noise, Noise Pollution and Electromagnetics Pollution, Climate and Chemical Environment

TS 210 Health services Quality and accreditation

Definition of Quality Concept,\nTotal Quality Management (TQM) Development,\nTQM Practices and Quality Pioneers,\nSKS-hospital general introduction of Version 5,\nCorporate Services,\nprepare a document on Risk Management and Risk Calculator,\nSafety Reporting System to collect data on and document preparation,\nPatients and prepare a document on employees Oriented Services\n prepare a document on Health Care\nprepare a document on Support Services\nManagement patients document related indicators//Prepare related document with patients and employee oriented services

TS 220 Disease Information

Disease knowledge, musculoskeletal system disorders, circulatory system disorders, digestive system disorders, urogenital system disorders, endocrine system disorders, nervous system disorders.

TS 221 Critical Thinking

Critical thinking, dimentions of critical thinking, affective and cognitive dimentions of critical thinking strategies.

TS 225 Rational Use of Medicines

The definition, principles of rational drug use, pharmacoeconomy, clinicalsamples

YB 106 Elderly Physical Activity

This course includes: physical activity and health, the definition of physical activity, MET values of the different activities, the burned calories during activities, the importance of nutrition, the cardiopulmonary risk factors, obesity, weight contol and physical activity, diabetes, environmental factors, physical activities in elder population, ergogenic aids and physical activity, the physicological effects of physical activity and body mechanics.

YB 208 Physical Rehabilitation

Physiology of elderly and effects of aging to systems, The effects of exercise on the systems, The effects of regular physical activity in elderly, Physical activity and diseases of the musculoskeletal system, Principles and techniques of exercise programs applied to elderly, Body mechanics, Respiratory system and exercises

YB 209 Elderliness and Infection

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YB 230 Occupational Therapy

This course includes; basic principles and planning of occupational therapy, various objects, environmental regulation and ergonomy, cultural activities, fine arts activities, plant breeding and care of pets, neurodevelopmental treatment methods, biomechanical approaches, occupational therapies that can create economic value

YB 240 Rheumatic Diseases in the Elderly

Age-related changes in the musculoskeletal system. Osteoporosis and fractures in the elderly. Connective tissue diseases, Rheumatoid arthritis. Low back pain, Ankylosing spondylitis, Gout Disease, Osteoartoz, tendinitis, bursitis, foot problems. Chronic fatigue syndrome. Pain. Classification of rheumatic diseases, physiotherapy, assessment methods updated rehabilitation

YB 250 Neurologic Diseases in the Elderly

Neurological changes due to old age, cerebrovascular disease, dementia, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, peripheral neuropathies, vitamin B12 deficiency, headaches, multiple sclerosis, muscular diseases, Stupor and coma topics.

YB 260 The Elderly Nutrition

Definition of Nutrition. the importance of nutrition. Food groups and food supplements. Food purchasing, preparation, cooking and preservation techniques. Food-borne diseases and hygiene. Protein metabolism and energy consumption in old age. carbohydrate, fat, and fluid status and requirement in old age. metabolism and requirement of vitaminin in old age. Mineral status and needs in old age. The importance of the senses of taste, smell and touch the elderly nutrition. Oral health of the elderly. Age-related muscle loss and cachexia nutrition. Age-related gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, metabolic and respiratory diseases, nutrition. age-related effects of nutrition hematopoiesis