COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Basic Microbiology YBP   155 1 2 2 2

Prerequisites and co-requisites Bu dersin önkoşulu bulunmamaktadır.
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level Short Cycle Programmes (Associate's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Assoc.Prof.Dr. Meral MİRALOĞLU
Instructors
Doç.Dr.MERAL MİRALOĞLU1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
To teach the students who will work as health staff the basic equipments used in microbiology laboratory, the fundamental concepts of microorganisms, production and control of microorganisms, and good and bad effects of microorganisms, antimicrobials, mechanisms of action and resistance, are to learn.
Content
The history and development of microbiology and fundamental concepts, Working rules at laboratories, The equipments and microscobes used in microbiology, Identification and classification of miroorganisms and general properties, The structure of bacterium, their production and metabolisms, The genetics of bacterium and antimicrobic materials, İnfections and infectionary ways , sterilisation and disinfection, The production environment opf microorganisms, colors and painting methods, Staphylococcus,Streptococcus, pneumococcus, bacillus and general information about fungus; general information about viruses, host-microorganisms relations, normal flora, microbiological sample collection and transportation, antimicrobials, mechanisms of action and resistance, antibiotic susceptibility testing are included.

Learning Outcomes
1) Will be able to establish relationship between germs and diseases caused by the germs.Microorganisms can be named, to classify. Will be able to competent about general characteristics of microorganisms.Will be able to establish a relationship between the
2) Can name and classify microorganisms.
3) They can relate to microorganisms and their diseases.
4) They can establish a relationship between microorganisms and the environment live in.
5) They can relate to how and why microorganisms are produced.
6) Describe how the diagnosis of infectious diseases.
7) Describes the importance of resistance to developing antibiotics and knows the methods of resistance development.
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
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1. Explains basic principles and concepts with elderly care.
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2. States aging, aging process and changes in the aging process.
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3.Explains personal , social, cultural differences of elderly individuals, and the basic information for improving the quality of life .
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4.Distinguishes social , professional , ethical principles and laws in elderly care.
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5. Describes interventions in elderly care.
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6.Describes interventions personal , social, cultural differences of elderly individuals regarding enviromental regulations in home aged care.
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7.Describes physiological changes in old age and the principles of specific nutrition to common diseases.
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8. Lists health and occupational safety practices in working environment.
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9. Distinguishes social rehabilitation needs in elderly and performs them.
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10. Uses critical thinking , creative thinking and appropriate methods and techniques for the development of problem solving skills .
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11. Uses effectively first aid techniques in case of emergency in the elderly.
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12.Uses effectively interventions in holistic elderly care.
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13.Uses planned basic techniques of physical rehabilitation in the elderly .
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14. Takes responsibility for solving old problems in society as individuals and groups.
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15.Analyzes information with a critical approach by themselves .
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16. Uses the skills to communicate effectively with elderly persons and others.
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17.Uses tools , information and communication technologies in working envoriment.
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18.Monitors information in the field using at least one foreign language and comminicates with colleagues.
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19. İnitiatives for the thinking and development of their performance .
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20.Monitors artistic, scientific events and current events in community and in the world.
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Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 The history and development of microbiology and fundamental concepts Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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2 Application fields of Microbiology Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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3 The equipments and microscobes used in microbiology Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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4 Identification and classification of miroorganisms and general properties Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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5 The structure of bacterium, their production and metabolisms Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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6 The genetics of bacterium and antimicrobic materials bakteri Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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7 The production environment of microorganisms, colors and painting methods Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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8 Mid-term exam Sources and prepare for the topics covered in lecture notes Testing
9 Infections and infectionary ways Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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10 Staphylococcus,Streptococcus, pneumococcus, bacillus and general information about fungus Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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11 Staphylococcus,Streptococcus, pneumococcus, bacillus and general information about fungus Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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12 general information about viruses Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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13 Normal floras and sampling technics Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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14 terms of the sampling describe to acceptance-rejection and transfer Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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15 To be able to classify them according to their mechanism of antimicrobial drugs Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Lecture
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16-17 Developing mechanisms of resistance to antimicrobials in bacteria able to classify Sources and prepare lecture notes issue Testing

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