Teachings

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Professor
GIOVANNI CAOCCI (Tit.)
FABRIZIO MELONI
ALESSANDRO LODOVICO RIVA
Period
First Semester 
Teaching style
Convenzionale 
Lingua Insegnamento
 



Informazioni aggiuntive

Course Curriculum CFU Length(h)
[40/39]  MEDICINE AND SURGERY [39/00 - Ord. 2020]  PERCORSO COMUNE 4 40

Objectives



KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING: through the ' education to the " whole person medicine" , the general objective of the course is to develop the skills (theoretical, practical and methodological) related to communication, to analyze the different interpersonal situations and to read the fundamental mechanisms, putting the basis for the training of a doctor with a biomedical- psycho-social culture who shows a multidisciplinary and integrated vision of the most common problems of health and disease, centered not only on the disease, but on the patient, considered in his totality of body and psyche within the social context. In order to acquire "knowing how to be" in the professional activity and, in particular, in the approach with the patient, the student must get to know and understand: the historical evolution of the concepts of health, disease, assistance and organization health; the historical evolution of the relationship between religion and assistance and those between science and medicine; the historical evolution of biomedical research: basic research and applied research

APPLICATION SKILLS: The student must be able to apply effective interpersonal communication strategies depending on the different relational and context situations, choosing the most correct words and managing his own verbal, non-verbal and paraverbal communication.
AUTONOMY OF JUDGMENT: At the end of the course the student must be able to autonomously interpret communicative situations in the professional field and read the underlying mechanisms.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS: The student must be able to communicate effectively depending on the key factors of interpersonal communication: recipient, context, message.

ABILITY TO LEARN: The student will develop an analysis and decision methodology which, starting from the cases examined in the course, can also be extended to other situations and circumstances.

EXPECTED SKILLS: Development of communication skills, in particular related to relational and interpersonal communication . Good capacity for human contact (communication skills), listening, interacting with patients, caregivers and colleagues.

Prerequisites

NONE

Contents

Frontal lesson, role playing with written dialogues; videos and readings. The lessons will be based on the University regulations, also in mixed mode. Students will be involved in the analysis of case studies. If the epidemiological situation allows it, simulations can also be made.

Teaching Methods

Frontal lesson, role playing with written dialogues; videos and readings. The lessons will be based on the University regulations, also in mixed mode. Students will be involved in the analysis of case studies. If the epidemiological situation allows it, simulations can also be made.

Verification of learning

For the academic year 2021/2022, the exam will consist of a written test with multiple choice questions and open-ended questions. Each question will have a value of one point for a total of thirty points available. Eligibility will be based on achieving a minimum of 18 points.
The evaluation of the exams will take place during the periods foreseen by the didactic calendar of the CL.

Instructions for the exams
The enrollments for the exam are carried out by electronic procedure (ESSE3).

Texts

Comunicazione clinica
Moja, Vegni. La visita medica centrata sul paziente. Raffaello Cortina Editore;
Milanese e Milanese. Il tocco, il rimedio, la parola. Ponte alle Grazie Editore;
Silverman, Kurtz, Draper. Competenze per comunicare con i pazienti. Piccin;
Buckman. La comunicazione della diagnosi in caso di malattie gravi. Raffaello Cortina Editore
Gilligan T, Bohlke K, Baile WF. Patient-Clinician Communication: American Society of Clinical Oncology Consensus Guideline Summary. J Oncol Pract. 2018 Jan;14(1):42-46.

Comunicazione sanitaria
Testi in programma:
-Elisabetta Gola, Fabrizio Meloni, Riccardo Porcu, Comunicare la salute. Metodi e buone pratiche per le amministrazioni, Carocci, 2018.
- Elisabetta Gola e Patrizia Mottola, Public Speaking. Il ritorno della comunicazione vocale nell'era della comunicazione digitale, Meltemi, 2019 [anche in formato ebook].

STORIA DELLA MEDICINA
Even if texts for further study are reported, the study is basically carried out on the recordings of the lessons corrected by the teacher
http://pacs.unica.it/biblio/storia.htm

More Information

Comunicazione sanitaria
Dott. Fabrizio Meloni
Comunicazione sanitaria
Dott. Fabrizio Meloni
It is received by prior appointment via email (fabrizio.meloni@unica.it)

Comunicazione clinica
Prof. Giovanni Caocci
Mail: giovanni.caocci@unica.it


Storia della Medicina
Prof. Alessandro Riva
Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche,
Sezione di Citomorfologia
Cittadella Universitaria, s.p. 8 Monserrato - Sestu
09042 Monserrato (Cagliari)
Tel 070 6754001
Email: riva@unica.it
(fabrizio.meloni@unica.it)

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