Elvan Kut Bacs: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2019

Name Dr. Elvan Kut Bacs
Address
Inst. f. Pharmazeutische Wiss.
ETH Zürich, HCI H 425
Vladimir-Prelog-Weg 1-5/10
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 633 70 31
E-mailelvan.kut@pharma.ethz.ch
DepartmentChemistry and Applied Biosciences
RelationshipLecturer

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
377-0515-00LPatient Journeys Restricted registration - show details
Only for Human Medicine BSc
3 credits3GJ. Goldhahn, E. Kut Bacs, G. Mang, T. Moser, C. Schlegel, P. Schütz
AbstractThe modul deals with the importance of patient care by combining patient and interprofessional perspectives as well as the cooperation with other healthcare professions, at any moment (out- and inpatient treatment) as the patient progress along a care pathway.
Objective• The students are able to analyze an interprofessional patient-path and modify it according to the personal patient situation.
• Students deal with other health professionals and together plan an appropriate patient-path.
• The students are able to take different perspectives (patient, family etc.) and consider them while planning a patient-path.
• Students actively participate in interprofessional sessions, are open to other viewpoints, and consider these for the care and safety of the patients.
ContentBased on various patient situations, students learn how an interprofessional patient-path looks like.
During the self-study time, the students bring “their own patient” from their private environment and accompany her/him during the patient-path . Within this framework the individual path including all health professionals involved, will be analyzed. In a written assignement ,the most important aspects will be documented and reflected .
An exemplary patient case follows each session of the modules, to align the theoretical inputs with the corresponding patient case.
During the first session, the students analyze various internet platforms such as NetDoktor and learn how to deal with a informed patient. In addition, together with pharmacy students, the students get to know the different roles of the pharmacy. In further sessions, the students learn which responsibilities, tasks and competences, various health professionals have, during the care of the patients on their path.
In addition, the students have the opportunity to visit a rural hospital in another canton and become acquainted with the importance of the free choice of doctors and treatments in other Cantons.
535-0525-00LPharmaceutical Cases Restricted registration - show details 1 credit1GD. Stämpfli, S. Erni, E. Kut Bacs, P. Obrist
AbstractThe course places the basic pharmaceutical knowledge acquired so far in an applied therapeutic context and fosters interdisciplinary thinking in pharmaceutical sciences. Common pharmaceutical case studies, as they can occur in the professional everyday life of a pharmacist, are worked out in group works, presented and discussed.
ObjectiveStudents
• Are able to analyse, present and discuss common case studies from the pharmacist's practice, based on their basic knowledge in pharmacology
• deepen their knowledge of therapeutic substance classes and therapy guidelines
• are able to analyse the pharmacological profiles of selected drugs in a therapeutic context (e.g. with regard to undesirable other effects and interactions)
• are able to compare different drugs and derive their therapy-relevant characteristics
ContentPharmaceutical case studies from different therapeutical fields comprehend following subject areas:
• Indication
• Adverse effects
• Interactions
• Contraindications
Lecture notesIs made available via myStudies
LiteratureAs stated in the cases.
Prerequisites / NoticeThe lecture Pharmacology and Toxicology I (535-0521-00L) must be attended in parallel to or prior to this course.

The course takes place weekly from 5.11.19-17.12.19. The case studies are worked on in groups of 2-3 students, submitted by e-mail, presented by one group and discussed in the plenum.
535-5512-00LTriage, Diagnostics, Therapy Support Restricted registration - show details 9 credits12GE. Kut Bacs, S. Erni, D. Petralli-Nietlispach, K. Prader-Schneiter, I. S. Vogel Kahmann, P. Wiedemeier
AbstractThis course provides basic clinical and pharmaceutical knowledge and skills for triage, diagnostics and therapy support of the most common diseases.
ObjectiveStudents

• know and understand the pathomechanisms and clinical lead and warning symptoms (red flags) of the most common diseases in the fields listed below.
• can use this knowledge to triage patients: i.e. analyse simple symptoms and diseases, make a tentative diagnosis and recommend suitable medication or further examinations or measures.
• know the therapeutic guidelines, classes of active ingredients and selected, practice-relevant drugs (including indications and the most frequent and important dosages, adverse drug reactions, interactions and contraindications).
Content"Pharmaceutical Care" und "Health Care";
Häufigste Erkrankungen und Therapien der
- Allergologie
- Angiologie und Hämatologie
- Dermatologie
- Endokrinologie und Diabetologie
- Gastroenterologie
- Infektiologie
- Kardiologie
- Neurologie
- Ophthalmologie
- Otorhinolaryngologie
- Pneumologie
- Psychiatrie
- Rheumatologie
- Urologie

Grundlagen der Chiropraktischen Medizin und Physiotherapie.
Lecture notesProvided via myStudies.
LiteratureAs stated in the lecture notes.
Prerequisites / NoticePlease note that the assessment of this course must be passed (not compensable).

The courses Pharmacology and Toxicology I and II and Pathobiology provide indispensable basics which students must master at the beginning of the semester in order to successfully complete the course.

Pharmacology and Toxicology III must be visited at the same time.
535-5521-00LTherapeutic Skills I Restricted registration - show details 3 credits3GA. Küng Krähenmann, S. Erni, E. Kut Bacs, D. Petralli-Nietlispach, K. Prader-Schneiter, D. Stämpfli, I. S. Vogel Kahmann, P. Wiedemeier
AbstractThis course provides basic knowledge relevant to pharmacy and its application in nephrology, phytotherapy, complementary medicine, veterinary pharmacy, wound care and pharmaceutical care.
ObjectiveStudents know and understand the therapeutic concepts of the mentioned topics and their application in practice.

(for detailed learning objectives see the guidelines)
Content• complementary medicine
• phytotherapy
• wound care
• veterinary pharmacy
• pharmaceutical care 2
• nephrology
Lecture notesProvided via myStudies.
LiteratureAs specified in the lecture notes
535-5522-00LTherapeutic Skills II Restricted registration - show details 3 credits3GA. Küng Krähenmann, S. Erni, E. Kut Bacs, D. Petralli-Nietlispach, K. Prader-Schneiter, D. Stämpfli, I. S. Vogel Kahmann, P. Wiedemeier
AbstractThis course provides basic clinical and pharmaceutical knowledge and its application for triage, diagnostics and therapy support for the most common diseases in geriatrics, gynaecology, oncology, paediatrics and neurology (epilepsy). In addition, the role of nutrition in special life situations and in selected health disorders is taught.
Objectivestudents

- know and understand the pathomechanisms and the clinical lead and warning symptoms (red flags) of the most common diseases in the fields listed.
- can triage patients by applying this knowledge: i.e. analyse simple symptoms and disease patterns, make a tentative diagnosis and recommend suitable medication or further examinations or measures.
- know the therapeutic guidelines, drug classes and selected, practice-relevant drugs (including indications and the most frequent and important dosages, adverse drug reactions, interactions and contraindications).


(for detailed learning objectives, see the guideline)
Content• geriatrics
• gynaecology
• oncologie
• paediatrics
• neurology (epilepsy)
• nutrition
Lecture notesProvided via myStudies.
LiteratureAs specified in the lecture notes