EYE REHABILITATION PLANNING

EYE REHABILITATION PLANNING

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Code
68564
ACADEMIC YEAR
2019/2020
CREDITS
1 credits during the 2nd year of 9285 Health Professions of Rehabilitation Sciences (LM/SNT2) GENOVA
SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
MED/50
LANGUAGE
Italian
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (Health Professions of Rehabilitation Sciences)
semester
1° Semester
Teaching materials

OVERVIEW

The course provides a specific preparation for the planning of an ophthalmologic rehabilitation pathway taking into account the priority health problems, changes in epidemiological frameworks by locating and properly organizing the human resources needed.

AIMS AND CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The student will need to learn the most recent methodologies for setting up ophthalmologic rehabilitation programs

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of the course the student will be able to plan an ophthalmologic rehabilitation pathway taking into account the priority health problems, changes in epidemiological frameworks, by identifying and properly organizing the human resources needed.

Teaching methods

Lectures are performed in all the teaching location by owners teachers and are explained with slides / videos. The Students/Teachers percentage report allows a direct comparison and an use of collaborative methodology, discussion about rehabilitation and working groups.

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

•Institutional accreditation, quality certification, process definition, organizational appropriateness, organization of activities in modern ophthalmology, critical aspects of current ophthalmology care, major diseases in the eye care, phases of rehabilitation planning, individual rehabilitation project and rehabilitation program, interdisciplinary team, ophthalmology rehabilitation, Ligurian situation, primary, secondary and tertiary prevention, examples of secondary prevention / rehabilitation in the adult and in the ophthalmology child , An example of ophthalmology tertiary prevention / rehabilitation, indicators for objectifying the benefits of different rehabilitation pathways.

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

The slides used during lectures and other educational materials (such as in-depth tutorial, E-book) will be provided by teachers; they may also indicate books, articles and scientific journals.

The notes taken during the lectures and material provided by teachers are sufficient for the exam.

It is suggested as text / support articles:

  • “leggere le organizzazioni” Daniele Callini  FrancoAngeli
  • “il processo produttivo sanitario” Lorenzo Rossano FrancoAngeli
  • “epidemiologia e valutazione degli interventi sanitari “ Francesco Attena Piccin
  • “Projet management in una struttura sanitaria. L’approccio teorico e gli strumenti operativi” Baraghini, trevisani, Cencetti . FrancoAngeli
  • “Economia sanitaria e controllo di gestione” Copello, Testi  Carocci Faber
  • “management e leadership nelle organizzazioni sanitarie” Giulio Molinari,  FrancoAngeli
  • “I gruppi di lavoro nella sanità. Comunicazione efficace,gestione dei conflitti,leadership” Anna De Santi, Iole Simeoni   Carocci Faber
  • “Qualità e accreditamento dei servizi sociali”, Garena, Gerbo Maggioli Editore
  • “progettare la riabilitazione. Il lavoro in team interprofessionale”, Basaglia  edi-ermes
  • “Le responsabilità del coordinatore delle professioni sanitarie” Pennini, Barbieri Mc Graw Hill 
  • “il tutor per le professioni sanitarie” Sasso,Lotti,Gamberoni    Carocci Faber
  • “misurare l’assistenza” Moiset, Vanzetti   Mc Graw Hill
  • “la dirigenza infermieristica” Calamandrei, Orlandi  Mc Graw Hill
  • “Ipovisione Nuova frontiera dell’Oftalmologia”   Zingirian + Gandolfo   Ed. SOI
  • “guida alla professione di ortottista”, città del sole ed
  • Giacomelli G., Virgili G., Meschini U., ( 2002 ) Approccio al paziente ipovedente.         Oftalmologia Sociale N 4, pp 20-23
  • Midena E., Pilotto E.,  ( 2005 ) L'ipovisione e la riabilitazione visiva. In Lanzetta P.,      Il management della persona con degenerazione maculare legata all'età, Elleboro Officina Libraria
  • Giuffrè A, ( 2006 ) La riabilitazione del soggetto ipovedente in età adulta. Notiziario di aggiornamento AIORAO
  • Backman O., Inde K., La riabilitazione visiva del paziente ipovedente, Canelli (AT), Fabiano Ed., 2002, p 326
  • Cruciani F., I centri di riabilitazione visiva: il problema Italia, in “Oftalmologia sociale”, anno XXII, gennaio marzo 1999, p 6-11
  • Guizzi M., Oftalmologia e riabilitazione, in Oltre il Confine, anno V, n. 9 set 2001, p 22
  • Lund R. e Watson G.R., La tecnologia al servizio della riabilitazione visiva del soggetto ipovedente, Canelli (AT),  Fabiano ed., 2002
  • Abati S., Giacomelli G., Volpe R. – Argomenti di ipovisione : supplemento 1 – Fabiano Editore 2001, 80-84
  • Blyte I.M., Kennard C., Ruddoch K.H. – Residual vision patients with retrogeniculate lesions of the visual pathways – Brain, 1987; 110:887-905
  • Carta F.:Neuroftalmologia - Edizioni sbm 1994
  • Di Paolo P., Quarenghi A.M., Manzoni L., Guerardi P., Bergonzi R., Salvi G.P., santonocito O., De Gonda F., Signorelli A., Biroli F. – Valutazione dell’outcome riabilitativo in pazienti con grave cerebrolesione -  Europa Medicophysica vol. 37, suppl. 1 al n.3 , 524, settembre 2001
  • Fiorentini A., Maffei L. – Fisiopatolofia del sistema visivo – Primula Multimedia  S.r.L. 2001,  67-85
  • Kerkhoff G., Munssinger U., Meier E.K.: Neurovisual rehabilitation in cerebral blindness – Arch. Neurol. 1994 May; 51 (5): 474-81
  • Lacquaniti F. B. Metodologie innovative in riabilitazione – IRCCS S. Lucia – Ricerca Corrente – B. www.hsantalucia.it/ric/ricd1e.htm
  • Meduri R. – Depressione da deprivazione visiva - http://www.cavazza.it/vedereoltre/2000-1/articoloMeduri htm
  • Meduri R. – Fisiopatologia della ipovisione maculare. Le basi fisiopatplogiche della riabilitazione visiva – http://www.cavazza.it/vedereoltre/2000-2/articoloMeduri.htm
  • Wells AT.,Sloan LL., Introduction to low vision aids, Am. Orthopt.J., 1984; 24: 54-56

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Exam Board

PAOLA MACCAGNO (President)

DANIELA RISSO

DANIELA GARAVENTA

ALESSANDRO FORNERIS

MONICA CIARLANTI

CARLA BUFFA

LESSONS

Teaching methods

Lectures are performed in all the teaching location by owners teachers and are explained with slides / videos. The Students/Teachers percentage report allows a direct comparison and an use of collaborative methodology, discussion about rehabilitation and working groups.

LESSONS START

Lessons from october to december

EXAMS

Exam description

Oral interview / Quizzes / Project work mainly directed to ensure a proper understanding of the theory discussed in the course.

Available 2 examination date in winter (January and February) and 5 in summer (June, July and September).

Assessment methods

The assessment method is explained during the lessons.

The exam consists of an oral interview based on the lectures and on the program, to evaluate knowledge and critical thinking of the student. The student have to prove his competence to critically analyze management issues with a view to Quality.

Exam schedule

Date Time Location Type Notes
12/06/2020 13:00 GENOVA Scritto + Orale
19/06/2020 14:00 GENOVA Orale Aula B Polo Alberti
10/07/2020 13:00 GENOVA Scritto + Orale
20/07/2020 14:00 GENOVA Orale Aula B Polo Alberti
17/09/2020 14:00 GENOVA Orale Aula B Polo Alberti
18/09/2020 13:00 GENOVA Scritto + Orale
19/02/2021 13:00 GENOVA Scritto + Orale

FURTHER INFORMATION

Office hours for students on e-mail appointment:

 

Docente

Mail

 Maccagno Paola

 paola.maccagno@asl3.liguria.it

 Garaventa Daniela

 dgaraventa@asl4.liguria.it

 Ciarlanti Monica

 monica.oftal@gmail.com

 Forneris Alessandro

 alessandro.forneris@libero.it

 Risso Daniela

 daniela.risso@unige.it   

 Buffa Carla

 carla.buffa@asl5.liguria.it