Key Learning Outcomes

1.      Use theoretical knowledge in practice

2.      To use the medical terminology in the field of profession correctly

3.      Be able to act in accordance with relevant ethical and legal responsibilities in the field of profession

4.      To be able to use information and communication technologies related to the profession

5.      Communication at a basic level in a foreign language

6.      Use tools, tools and techniques appropriate to today's technology

7.      Improve personal and professional confidence by improving body activities throughout a healthy lifestyle

8.      Evaluate and analyze with basic knowledge and skills about the field of occupational data

9.      Developing effective communication skills with other health team members

10.  To be able to perform all preparations in patient and surgery room before anesthesia

11.  Being able to follow-up the patient during anesthesia check and be aware of his professional responsibilities

12.  Be able to evaluate the vital functions of the patient during termination of anesthesia

13.  Assessing all the vital functions of the patient in the compartment and ensuring patient safety in the intensive care unit or in the patient room

14.  Being able to be in a working relationship with the anesthesiologist in the treatment of the pain in the postoperative period

15.  To be able to work together with an anesthesiologist in basic and advanced life support applications