The course will introduce students to a range of sociological perspectives on culture and communication.
Theoretical and practical tools will be provided in order to support social interactions, control stereotypes and stigmatization processes and develop role taking skills. Special emphasis will be placed on the perspective of Symbolic Interactionism.
Part of the course will be devoted to sociological research on physical disability and stigma.
The module aims to integrate information on the various professional skills by comparing them with the figure of the manager, the various relationships with the services of a health company, the development models and the regulations in force
The aim is to provide the knowledge of the main musculoskeletal diseases of orthopedic and traumatology. The course provides knowledge regarding common orthopedic and traumatological diseases in physical and sports activities, related to their impact on the planning, organization, and management of motor activities, in relation to the various ages : from thepediatric age to the elderly.
- Definition of culture.
Symbolic Interactionism (Mead, Blumer, Becker, Denzin).
- Communication Processes and Social Interactions
The social construction of Self (G. H. Mead, W. James, C. H. Cooley).
Primary and secondary socialization, re-socialization (P. Berger, T. Luckmann).
Significant others and reference groups (T. Shibutani). Subcultures and social worlds (H. S. Becker, G. A. Fine, A. Strauss). Stereotypes and prejudices (W. Lippman, G. Allport). Stigma and Labeling Theory. Total Institutions (E. Goffman, K. Plummer, L. Athens, S. Cohen).
The course includes the description, orientation and organization of a healthcare company taking into consideration the activity of the manager of the rehabilitative healthcare professions in correlation with the coordination of the various departments and the services of the healthcare company itself. In this case, the role of the Coordinator, the URP, the Health Department, the Competent Doctor, the Legal Department, the Quality Office and the Prevention and Safety Office will be described.
The course is based on the main orthopaedic and traumatologic disorders, highlighting: epidemiology, etiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, imaging investigations, differential diagnosis, prognosis, complications, conservative and surgical treatment.
1. Wendy Griswold, Cultures and Societies in a Changing World,
New York, Sage, 2008, pp. 1-55, pp. 97-116.
2. Rosalba Perrotta, Cornici, specchi e maschere. Interazionismo simbolico e comunicazione, Clueb, Bologna, 2005, pp. 15-57, pp. 87-172.
3. Rosalba Perrotta (a cura di), Un cuore di farfalla. Studi su disabilità fisica e stigma, FrancoAngeli, Milano, 2009.
SYSTEMATIC COLLECTION OF CONTRACTUAL PROVISIONS AREA III PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE HEALTH MANAGEMENT THE BRUNETTA REFORM IN HEALTHCARE COMPANIES NURSING MANAGEMENT - MANUAL FOR TRAINING WITH MANAGERIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Sessa-Villani. Ortopedia e Traumatologia. Monduzzi Editore.