Course schedule

TIMETABLE OF THE INTENSIVE COURSE /spring 2012

 

Date / time Monday 28.5. Tuesday 29.5. Wednesday 30.5. Thursday 31.5. Friday 1.6.
8:15-9:45 The significant   transitions and situations on the lifetime of couples and familiesAnna Rönkä,   Principal lecturer, JAMK University of Applied SciencesA211 Families in   Transition: Toby Adelman RN, PhDAssociate ProfessorCommunity HealthSan Jose State   UniversityA211 Social media as a platform for sexual health promotionEero Nukari, Media planner, JAMK University of Applied SciencesTommi Paalanen, Specialist (sexual health), JAMK University of Applied SciencesA211 The interventions   used by health care professionals to build positive capacity of couples and   families and to promote their sexual health.Maritta Pohjolainen,   Senior lecturer, JAMK University of Applied Sciences+ Riitta Ala-Luhtala,   Senior lecturer, JAMK University of Applied Sciences,A211
10:00-10.1510.15-11:30 Course introductionPuistokatu 35   Classroom A211The concepts of   evidence based family nursing and community nursing,  Anette Häggblom, PhD, Senior lecturer, Åland University of Applied Sciences +Hanna Hopia,   Principal lecturer, JAMK University of Applied Reflective   workshops: related to previous topicA211A202, A203a, A210,   A212 Reflective   workshops: related to previous topicA211A202, A203a, A210,   A212 Values and professional ethics in health care – focus on sexual and reproductive healthTommi Paalanen, Specialist (sexual health), JAMK University of Applied Sciences Starting the   post-course activities by participating students and course evaluationA211
12:30-14:00 Reflective   workshops: related to previous topicA211A202, A203a, A210,   A212 The significance of   social and cultural factors and diversity for family and community sexual   health promotion.Marge Mahla, Senior   lecturer, Tartu Health Care College +  Susanne Jensen Senior lecturer, University   College Sealand, SlagelseA211 Understanding how   rights-based approaches have been applied to specific sexual health problems.+Ability to sociologically   assess the effect of power and gender role norms on sexual behavior and relationships.Ilsa Lottes, Professor,University of   Maryland, Baltimore CountyDepartment of   Sociology and AnthropologyA211 Reflective   workshops: related to previous topic, preparing resultsA211A202, A203a, A210,   A212 Departure
14:30-16:00 Resilience Maja Söderbäck MDH 28 septMaja Söderback,  Associate Professor, Mälardalen University +Understanding the   components of sexual health and their empirical indicators. Ilsa Lottes, Professor, University of Maryland, A211 Field visits bus 27   13.55Central Finland   Central Hospital:F section, 0-floorConference room 5   neuvotteluhuone 5 Field visitsTukinainen14.30-15.30 o’clockAddress: Presenting results   of the course assignments by participating studentsA211
16:00-  Free activities 18:00- Sauna   evening, Ladun maja (ski cottage by lake), dinner included 18:30-21:00 Boat   Cruise at lake Päijänne, dinner included 18:00- Course dinner   (included)