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Major in Gerontological Welfare

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Nursing Research
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG4001 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
Nursing Theory
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG1001 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
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Nursing philosophy and theory
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6030 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
Industry of Advanced Age
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG4011 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course provides the concepts and types of silver industry, environment and related laws. It gives the chance to identify the needs of the silver industry and the consumers, and practical strategy to respond effectively. Also, it provides theoretical basis and practical examples for the actual installation and operating silver industry by exploring the issues and marketing strategy of each silver industry.
Advanced Gerontological Health Promotion
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG1004 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course emphasizes on the principles of the elderly health promotion and disease prevention in the context of the family across the life span in advanced nursing practice. Appling nursing plan and nursing intervention for health maintenance, promotion, and disease prevention, improving self care ability & independent activities of daily living (IADL), and learning the way of adequate social activities are focused.
Gerontological Welfare Startegic Management
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6027 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
Introduction of basic concepts and theories of management technique to improve operating welfare facilities, and the framework for ethical management, ethical decision-making and principles for action are provided. This course is designed to study knowledge and skills necessary for operating and executing effective strategies successfully for the elderly welfare institution.
Gerontological Welfare
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6014 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course seeks to understand the ageing phenomenon in a biological, psychological and sociological view, examining the ageing problem in its tangible aspects. The goal is to make a general research and find ways to solve the problem with a social welfare intervention method.
Gerontological Welfare Seminar
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6029 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course gives the chance to discuss various topics related to the elderly and welfare; management strategy; theory and practice of financial accounting; marketing; health and welfare services for elderly; and social welfare. It provides a integrative, systemic and comprehensive vision for the elderly population, welfare and medical system, and the balance of knowledge and practice.
Gerontological Welfare parcticum 1
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6015 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-0-2
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Gerontological Welfare parcticum 2
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6016 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-0-2
Nursing and management of geriatric diseases
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG2003 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
Dissertation Seminar
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG1013 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
Dissertation Seminar
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG5024 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
Case Management for Frequent disease
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6018 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This subject provides skills maximizing satisfaction of service through enhancing the quality of service and providing the comprehensive service by applying case management method to the clients based on an understanding of the frequent diseases.
Case Management for Frequent disease
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6018 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This subject provides skills maximizing satisfaction of service through enhancing the quality of service and providing the comprehensive service by applying case management method to the clients based on an understanding of the frequent diseases.
Pathophysiology
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG4002 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course focuses on the physiologic and physical symptom of the disease through the relationship between abnormal and pathological problem and improvement of the ability to nursing phenomena by exploring about the clinical manifestation, etiology, pathogen and gross & morphological change of the disease.
Pathophysiology
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG4002 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course focuses on the physiologic and physical symptom of the disease through the relationship between abnormal and pathological problem and improvement of the ability to nursing phenomena by exploring about the clinical manifestation, etiology, pathogen and gross & morphological change of the disease.
Health Care/Welfare Service Marketing
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6028 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This subject introduces health and welfare services, marketing theory and practice. It provides the strategic technique necessary for the community development with considering the business outcome by the customer satisfaction management as health and welfare institution.
Health Insurance Review Practice 1
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6039 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-0-2
Health Insurance Review Practice 2
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6047 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-0-2
Case Management
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6017 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course provides the concept, characteristics, and history of case management; case management model; the process of case management practices; the role of case manager; personal and community resources to utilize the system and how to assess; and the characteristics and needs of the subjects of case management and implication of case management.
Case Management
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6017 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course provides the concept, characteristics, and history of case management; case management model; the process of case management practices; the role of case manager; personal and community resources to utilize the system and how to assess; and the characteristics and needs of the subjects of case management and implication of case management.
Care management Practice 1
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6008 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-0-2
This subject provides case management methods and skills to provide comprehensive services and to develop intervention for elderly by assessing and diagnosing the problems and identifying support system in the field of community.
Care management Practice 2
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6009 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-0-2
This subject provides case management methods and skills for applying tailored comprehensive service and developing intervention strategies by assessing and diagnosing problems and identifying support systems for the vulnerable populations in the community.
Social Welfare
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6022 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course provides introductive and general knowledge and practice of social welfare. It guides to understand the connection of social welfare with other subjects. In addition, concepts, values and ideologies, and developmental process, the history, research and practice methods, the macro and micro sub-fields, policies and institutions, and major practical fields of social welfare are discussed.
Social Work Practice Theories
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6020 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course focuses on the individual, group, and family among social welfare practice clients, and deals with social welfare practice for improving their social functioning. This course reviews values, basic knowledges, relationship with clients, social work interview, practice process, basic intervention techniques and skills, and social work recording. It also specially emphasizes on the practice with case study and role play.
Research methodology
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6012 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
Social Welfare Administration
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6023 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
The aim of this course is to provide appropriate knowledge and skills to meet the basic and developmental needs of the members of the society and manage social welfare organizations effectively and efficiently.
Advanced Health Assessment
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG3008 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course introduces the knowledge and skills to assess the elderly's bio-psycho-social-spiritual health status with distinguishing from the abnormal status. Students are encouraged to apply assessment skills on finding out their health problems and approaching nursing strategy in clinical setting.
Advanced Health Assessment
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG3008 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course introduces the knowledge and skills to assess the elderly's bio-psycho-social-spiritual health status with distinguishing from the abnormal status. Students are encouraged to apply assessment skills on finding out their health problems and approaching nursing strategy in clinical setting.
Advanced Health Assessment
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG3026 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 3-2-1
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Advanced Health Assessment and Practice
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG3002 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 3-2-1
Pharmacology
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG3001 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course focuses on understanding the fundamental concepts of pharmacology, acquring a pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, applying it in clinical practice with a pathophysiological knowledge and learning the difference of the drug effect by life cycle.
Pharmacology
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG3001 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course focuses on understanding the fundamental concepts of pharmacology, acquring a pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, applying it in clinical practice with a pathophysiological knowledge and learning the difference of the drug effect by life cycle.
Research Methodology
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6031 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
English Readings in Public Administration
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6011 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 0-2-0
System and Service of the medical Care payment
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6006 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This subject gives the understanding of medical insurance as a social security and the health insurance through health insurance system as a public insurance in our country and it in other major countries and comparing the difference among them. In addition, it provides the understanding of the difference between public health insurance and private one, and the characteristics of each insurance through comparing the benefit criteria.
Medical Social Work
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6021 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course gives the framework of the second field of social welfare (Secondary setting). It consists of the approach from the micro level focusing on the patient and family, to mid level on the community and hospital and to macro level on the medical system and policy. In addition, how the basic ideas and principles of social welfare field is applied to the second setting, the social welfare and medical system, the relevance of health and social welfare, and the issues of social welfare and challenges to overcome are discussed.
Human behavior and the Social Environment
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6019 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
The goal of this course is to study various theories on human behavior and social environment and to enhance the understanding of social welfare. This course is to study theories on behavioral sciences about human development and other researches on how social environment such as family, society, culture has affected human behavior.
Social Welfare for the Disabled
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6024 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
Students are prepared to understand physical and psychological characteristics of the disabled and systems which encompass them, such as family, community. This course provides opportunities to get a better understanding on social work methods and to figure out macro policies roughly.
Financial/Managerial Accounting and Practice
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6026 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
Basic knowledge of economic theory and tools; understanding of the financial environmental changes for procurement and management of financial resources for the effective management; how to invest the limited financial resources in businesses and projects; the basic concepts of financial accounting and accounting principles and how they apply to are introduced. Based on the theoretical knowledge of accounting, students acquire the practical capability to perform administrative duties as a practitioner and health care provider.
Role of Nurse Specialist and Policy
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG3025 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
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Advanced nursing of Dementia
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG4015 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
It contains etiology, types, symptom & signs of dementia and the course focuses on the care of dementia behaviors, family burden, assessment tools, and physical care for patients. The student understand about dementia care delivery systems, community volunteers, family self help groups refer systems, government policies. And also student understand long-term care systems, various non-pharmacological interventions for dementia patients.
Development and Evaulation of Program
Yr. : Sem. : 0 Course No. : DNG6002 Credit.-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training : 2-2-0
This course consists of problem identification, design, implementation, and evaluation in the social welfare program. The purpose of this course is to achieve the ability to utilize the social welfare program as a tool for solving the social problems or realizing policy.