|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||M-PSI/08|
|MODULES||This unit is a module of:|
The course will introduce some psychological concepts which can be useful in the performance of the health professions, in particular allowing to establish an optimal relationship for the interventions. The classes will mainly focus on the history, definition, skills and intervention models of Clinical Psychology, on the bio-psycho-social model, on the conception of the patient by care professionals, on communication, above all with respect to the severe prognosis and the burn-out phenomenon.
a – Knowledges:
- to learn the basics of the psychological approach to health and well-being;
- to know the main psychological orientations in the field of health and illness.
b - Application skills
- to acquire the basic tools to be able to compare with further investigations in the field of social sciences;
- to learn to observing and understanding the social reality in which they live as citizens and in which they work as health professionals.
c - Transversal skills
- to develop a personal and argued point of view on some relevant issues in the clinical psychology’s field;
- to acquire the technical language typical of the discipline in order to communicate clearly and unambiguously with specialist and non-specialist interlocutors.
The course is delivered online and with online assistance for its entire duration. It includes in-depth activities in presence, cared by teachers who are experts in the subject. It is divided into modules consisting of video lessons, videos and slides. At the end of each teaching unit there is a self-evaluation test, which aims to reinforce the key concepts by reflecting on the contents and facilitating the preparation for the final exam, in presence.
The course is divided into three teaching modules, which are entirely online.
Module 1: Clinical psychology
1 Clinical psychology: history and definition
2 Clinical psychology: skills
3 Clinical psychology: therapeutic approaches
Module 2: Bio-psycho-social model
1 Bio-psycho-social model
Module 3: The patient
1 - Internist patient
2 - Patient with chronic disease
3 - Paediatric patient
4 - Elderly patient
Rossi N. (2004). Clinical Psychology for health professions. Bologna: Il Mulino.
Only: chapter I (up to p. 41), chap. IV, chapter V, chapter VI (up to p. 198), chapter VIII (up to p. 259).
Office hours: The student reception will take place on Tuesdays from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Professor's office, on the fourth floor of the DISFOR. Student must previously contact Professor by email. Moreover, the student reception can take place remotely on Teams, after having previously contacted Professor by email
MANUELA MOLLICA (President)
GRAZIA MARIA SANTORO (President)
LUCILLA VESTITO (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course)
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Written exam (multiple-choice test and open-ended questions)
The learning of the discipline will be certified by the student's ability to master knowledge both by understanding its meaning in the psychological perspective and by demonstrating that he can productively associate and transfer the acquired knowledge in solving practical problems.
|28/09/2023||09:00||GENOVA||Orale||SEDE: Clinica Oculistica - V Piano|
|12/10/2023||09:00||GENOVA||Orale||SEDE: Clinica Oculistica - V Piano|
|08/02/2024||09:00||GENOVA||Orale||SEDE: Clinica Oculistica - V Piano|
|12/03/2024||09:00||GENOVA||Orale||SEDE: Clinica Oculistica - V Piano|
For assistance, please contact the professors through the questions and answers forum of the application dedicated to the course on the e-learning portal https://aulaweb.unige.it/.