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  1. Nursing studies, BS

    Knowledge After completing the program, student will: have extensive knowledge and understanding of the human being, in health and sickness and recognise the importance of the comprehensive nursing of individuals, families and society. have knowledge of the structure and management hierarchy of the health services, operation, relevance and assess achievements. have the ability to develop oneself as an individual and a nurse. have knowledge that covers the most recent developments in the academic field and recognise the importance of researches. apply the basic elements of information technology. Skills After completing the program, student will: have ability to work in disciplined and thorough way have the ability to independently assess a patient’s condition, needs and responses and take rationalised clinical decisions based on theoretical knowledge. have the ability to set objectives, assess educational needs, educate individuals and groups and assess educational achievements. recognise when further data is needed and have the ability to retrieve it, assess its reliability and apply it in an appropriate manner. be able to use relevant equipment, technology and software both in their further studies and work. be able to use reliable data- and information resources in the field of health sciences. have the ability to log nursing systematically following a predetermined categorisation and implement a nursing care plan. have to ability to appraise and criticise own work and actions. Competences After completing t ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  2. Nursing studies, BS

    Knowledge After completing the program, student will: have extensive knowledge and understanding of the human being, in health and sickness and recognise the importance of the comprehensive nursing of individuals, families and society. have knowledge of the structure and management hierarchy of the health services, operation, relevance and assess achievements. have the ability to develop oneself as an individual and a nurse. have knowledge that covers the most recent developments in the academic field and recognise the importance of researches. apply the basic elements of information technology. Skills After completing the program, student will: have ability to work in disciplined and thorough way have the ability to independently assess a patient’s condition, needs and responses and take rationalised clinical decisions based on theoretical knowledge. have the ability to set objectives, assess educational needs, educate individuals and groups and assess educational achievements. recognise when further data is needed and have the ability to retrieve it, assess its reliability and apply it in an appropriate manner. be able to use relevant equipment, technology and software both in their further studies and work. be able to use reliable data- and information resources in the field of health sciences. have the ability to log nursing systematically following a predetermined categorisation and implement a nursing care plan. have to ability to appraise and criticise own work and actions. Competences After completing t ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  3. Nursing (new curriculum), BS

    1. Knowledge 1.1       The student understands the complexity of the human being and the effects of health and disease on its condition and circumstances. 1.2       The student knows and understands basic theories and concepts in the discipline of nursing and employs that knowledge in nursing practice. 1.3       The student builds her or his nursing knowledge bases on humanities, psychology, sociology, biology, natural-, and health sciences. 1.4       The student is capable of rationalizing his or her clinical decisions based on scientific evidence in nursing and related sciences. 1.5       The student employs evidence based knowledge in the discipline of nursing and is capable of maintaining and developing this knowledge. 1.6       The student possesses knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles pertaining to patient safety.   2. Skills 2.1       The student has the capacity, on the basis of his or her knowledge, to provide the best possible nursing interventions and service. 2.2       The student is able to articulate nursing phenomena and put them in scientific context. 2.3       The student has the capacity to formulate nursing diagnoses and goals. He or she is able to formulate and follow a nursing plan to reach nursing objectives and is capable of evaluating outcomes of care. 2.4       The student is able to employ the best information and computer technology to the benefit of his or her patient and colleagues. 2.5       The student understands and employs ethical principles when interacti ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  4. Nursing (prior curriculum), BS

    1. Knowledge 1.1 The student understands the complexity of the human being and the effects of health and disease on its condition and circumstances. 1.2 The student knows and understands basic theories and concepts in the discipline of nursing and employs that knowledge in nursing practice. 1.3 The student employs knowledge bases in the humanities, psychology, sociology, biology, natural-, and health sciences, on which nursing draws. 1.4 The student is capable of rationalizing his or her clinical decisions based on scientific evidence in nursing and related sciences. 1.5 The student employs evidence based knowledge in the discipline of nursing and is capable of maintaining and increasing this knowledge. 1.6 The student possesses knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles pertaining to patient safety. 2. Skills 2.1 The student has the capacity, on the basis of his or her knowledge, to provide the best possible nursing treatment and service. 2.2 The student is able to articulate nursing interventions and put them in scientific context. 2.3 The student has the capacity to formulate nursing diagnoses and objectives. He or she is able to formulate and follow a plan to reach nursing objectives and is capable of evaluating outcomes of care. 2.4 The student is able to employ the best information technology to the benefit of his or her patient and colleagues. 2.5 The student understands and employs ethical principles when interacting with ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  5. Midwifery, Doctorate

    On completing the doctorate, a student shall have met the following criteria, in addition to those already met at the Master’s level: Knowledge: On graduating, students shall possess specialist knowledge within the field of midwifery. This means that students shall: have attained an extensive and detailed understanding of the primary theories, basic principles, terminology and most recent knowledge in a selected field of midwifery have taken the initiative in creating new knowledge and interpreting it through their own research, which stands up to the scrutiny and criticism of academics in the relevant field have contributed important innovations in the form of new knowledge or interpretation of existing knowledge demonstrate knowledge of ethics in science and have taken a considered position on their own research and the research of others, based on their own sense of morality. Competence: On graduating, students shall be able to apply specialised methods and procedures within a specialist field of midwifery. This means that students shall: be able to organise and implement extensive research which expands and/or redefines current methodology in the field be able to explore, develop and apply systematic methods for acquiring and analysing information in order to tackle new problems and challenges within midwifery have a ready knowledge of basic skills, methods and sources related to midwifery be able to specify specialised software for improving working methods be able to critically evaluate numerical and gr ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  6. Nursing, Doctorate

    Knowledge and SkillsBy end of the doctoral program the student demonstrates the following learning outcomes in addition to those fulfilled at the master's level: 1 Knowledge and Understanding1.1 The student understands creative and critical thinking pertaining to the field of research and is able to conceptualize scientific ideas. 1.2 The student understands the nature of scientific research and the right and obligations of scientists, including matters of confidentiality, copyright, ethics, and proprietary rights to findings and data.1.3 The student demonstrates abilities in creating and interpreting knowledge, which withstands examination and critique of academics in the field of study.1.4 The student possesses knowledge and understanding which he or she has obtained through own research and which is considered an important contribution to the discipline of nursing or midwifery.1.5 The student knows the processes used to finance and evaluate research.1.6 The student knows the processes used to obtain research permissions, including permissions from appropriate scientific - and ethics committees.1.7 The student understands how research is put to use in academic and practical purposes alike. 2 Type of Knowledge2.1 The student is capable of critically articulating extensive knowledge bases in the humanities, psychology, sociology, biology, natural - and health sciences, on which nursing or midwifery draw, as well as to critically articulate disciplinary specific knowledge particularly related to the area of stud ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  7. Nursing, MS

    120-credit program leading to master's degree (M.S.), special emphasis research training Knowledge and SkillsBy end of the master's program the student demonstrates the following learning outcomes in addition to those completed at the bachelor level: 1 Knowledge and Understanding1.1 The student is able to critically analyze and articulate theories of nursing with a focus on the development of nursing as a practice discipline and major trends in knowledge development in contemporary nursing.1.2 The student demonstrates knowledge and understanding of various research methods in nursing.1.3 The student is able to develop research plans and execute research in a designated field in collaboration with scientists in the field.1.4 The student demonstrates profound and specialized knowledge and understanding of the methods that nursing employs to facilitate health and well-being, encourage growth and development and to care for sick individuals and their families in a designated field. 2 Type of Knowledge2.1 The student has considerable knowledge of research methodology that has been developed within nursing and related scientific fields.2.2 The student is capable of drawing upon an extensive knowledge base in humanities, psychology, sociology, life -, natural -, and health sciences, upon which nursing draws, in addition to a knowledge base in a designated field of nursing. 2.3 The student is able to articulate and reflect on his or her working experience in a designated field. 3 Practical Skills3.1 The student is cons ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  8. Midwifery, MS

    By the end of the masters program the student demonstrates the following learning outcomes in addition to those during previous studies bachelor studies in nursing and candidate degree in midwifery. 1 Knowledge and understanding 1.1 The student is able to critically analyse and explore knowledge and theories of midwifery with a focus on midwifery as a practice discipline. 1.2 The student demonstrates knowledge and understanding in various research methods in the field of midwifery . 1.3 The student demonstrates profound and specialized knowledge and understanding of interventions in midwifery practice. 2 Type of Knowledge 2.1 The student employs extensive knowledge in the field of midwifery integrated with other health sciences, drawing upon knowledge base in humanities in social and cultural context. 2.2 The student has considerable knowledge of research methodology that can be used in midwifery and related fields. 2.3 The student is able to articulate and reflect on his or her working experience in different fields of midwifery, reproductive health and childbearing care, during pregnancy, birth and the postpartum period, with the woman and the young family. 3 Practical Skills 3.1 The student is considerably skilled in analyzing and integrating concepts with research findings and possesses the skills to theoretically, rationalize clinical decision-making in midwifery. 3.2 The student is considerably skilled in obtaining and utilizing specific knowledge in a designated field of study and midwifer ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  9. Specialized Nursing, Postgraduate Diploma

    Knowledge and Skills By end of the diploma program at the master's level, the student demonstrates the following learning outcomes in addition to those accomplished at the bachelor level: 1 Knowledge and Understanding1.1 The student demonstrates specialized knowledge and understanding in particular aspects of a designated field in nursing and related fields. 1.2 The student demonstrates specialized knowledge and understanding of the methods nursing employs to facilitate health and well-being, encourage growth and development and to care for sick individuals and their families in a designated field. 2 Type of Knowledge2.1 The student demonstrates extensive and specialized knowledge and understanding of the methods nursing employs to facilitate health and well-being, encourage growth and development and to the care for sick individuals and their families in a designated field.2.2 The student is able to articulate and reflect on his or her working experience in a designated field. 3 Practical Skills3.1 The student is skilled in conducting precise assessments, formulating specific nursing diagnoses, and organizing, providing and assessing outcomes of nursing treatment in a designated field of practice. 3.2 The student has considerable ability in professional decision-making and is capable of rationalizing such decisions with theoretical and ethical reasoning. 3.3 The student is skilled in engaging in constructive communications with patients and form therapeutic relationships with them. 3.4 The student can acquire ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  10. Gerontology, MA

    Knowledge, Ability and SkillsAt the conclusion of the master's program, a student shall have achieved the following benchmarks, in addition to those acquired at the previous level of study: 1. Knowledge and Understanding1.1 The student has broadened and deepened his/her knowledge of a specialized field of research within gerontology and has a systematic understanding of the most recent knowledge in the field, including the research methods applied in it.1.2 The student has gained a deeper knowledge of the practical uses of gerontology work in the appropriate field.1.3 The student is familiar with the main academic work and theories useful in his/her area of expertise.1.4 The student can utilize his/her knowledge and understanding in professional work in his/her field.1.5 The student has acquired the skills to debate his/her research and its relations with the basis of knowledge and theories in the field.1.6 The student has acquired the skills to present a written survey of research related to his/her field of study. 2. Practical Skills and Ability2.1 The student can write a research proposal and grant application.2.2 The student can compile and develop appropriate methods in gerontology in order to answer research questions in his/her area of concentration.2.3 The student can describe and explain the presumptions and limits of the main methods employed in gerontology.2.4 The student has mastered the use of qualitative and quantitative methods used in gerontology research.2.5 The student can work in a team with ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland

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