Course Description

Nursing in International Fields, professional practice

Aims

1.The students master independent, evidence-based decision-making as experts in nursing, utilizing multiple expertise and considering the perspectives of individuals, communities and society, within their chosen area of nursing expertise.
2.The students are able to critically assess and develop their own activities and operating environment, taking ethical principles into account.
3.They understand the significance of the impact assessment and development of nursing and health promotion methods.

Nursing in International Fields, professional practice 20 ects contents

•Simulation training 4hour/week,
•Case study in acute nursing area 4 hours/week
•Supervised professional practice in various clinical settings according to the student’s personal study plan

3rd period:

Theory, case studies and skill labs at school

Medical decision making assignment/medical lectures with learning diary (or during the practice)

4th/5th period, autumn 2013:

Professional Practice 15 ects for acute nursing: nursing homes, surgical wards (health centre or hospital), operating theatres, ICU, A&E, pediatric wards, paramedics.

During the practice each student makes those assignments the mentoring teacher gives.

Medical decision making assignment/medical lectures with learning diary

Group councelling intervention