Nurse Health Education and Communication

Nurse Health Education and Communication

Nurse health education and communication related to the life situation of patients and citizens.

Start date: 12 November 2018
End date: 25 January 2019
Duration: 10 weeks
Apply before: 1 May 2018

Location: Odense or Vejle
ECTS: 15
Tuition Fees: Not applicable

Target Group

Nursing students only, pursuing a bachelor degree in nursing.

A language level in English at a B2 level is required to be accepted to the course.

How to apply

Purpose of The Module

To achieve knowledge regarding individual, social and cultural influence on patients’/citizens’ experiences and reactions upon disease and health challenges.

To achieve knowledge, skills and competences in Health Education and Public Health with focus on how to reflect upon, assess and apply practical and theoretical nursing.

To achieve international and intercultural competences.

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General Information

Work Load

15 ECTS.

Teaching Methods

All teaching and counseling is in oral and written English. You will experience a lot of different teaching methods such as lectures, presentations, dialogue, exchange of experiences, cases, e-learning, group work, independent studies, and a project work at the end of the module.

Conditions

In order to complete the module and obtain a certificate, you have to:

  • Attend on a regular basis – there is a requirement for attendance and active study participation
  • Already have an English level B2, when you are accepted to the course
  • Pass group assignments
  • Have the course approved by the lecturer with approved / non-approved.
Course Description

You can choose between Campus Odense or Vejle: lessons will be conducted parallel.

Course I – 4 weeks

  • Nursing
  • Theory, Culture, Technology in Nursing
  • Psychology
  • Crisis and grief/sorrow
  • Pedagogics/didactics
  • Education planning, guidance
  • Health Education
  • Patient Education, patient involvement and participation, Empowerment, Self-efficacy.

Overall

Person-centered Care (micro) , Leadership (meso) and innovation (macro)

4 weeks which include:

2 weeks theoretical: 4 days of study on Campus and 1 day self-directed study per week

2 weeks: a project based group work including lecturer guidance and closing with a presentation

Course II – 6 weeks

2 weeks theoretical and 4 weeks theoretical (you can choose to attend the 4 weeks online)

Nursing

Gender, sexuality, crisis and sorrow, quality assurance and development in Nursing

Public Health

Policy understanding – Health Economic

Pathology

Heart diseases, musculoskeletal, dementia

Research Methodology

Qualitative research
Literature search

6 weeks which include:

2 weeks theoretical: 4 days of study on Campus and 1 day self-directed study per week

4 weeks study on Campus or online: a project based group work including lecturer guidance and closing with presentation

Expected Learning Outcome

At the end of the course the students will have:

  • Knowledge regarding individual, social and cultural influence on patients/citizens experiences and reactions upon disease and health challenges.
  • Knowledge, skills and competences in Health Education and Public Health with focus on how to reflect upon, asses and apply practical and theoretical nursing
  • Knowledge regarding  international and intercultural competences
Examination

Course I: Written group assignment with oral presentation

The course is approved by the lecturer with approved/non-approved.

 Course II: Written group assignment with peer group critical evaluation

The course is approved by the lecturer with approved/non-approved.

 

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A UCL scholarship is available for this module. See who can apply and how.

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