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The European Qualifications Framework (EQF) is a translation tool that helps communication and comparison between qualifications systems in Europe. Its eight common European reference levels are described in terms of learning outcomes: knowledge, skills and competences. This allows any national qualifications systems, national qualifications frameworks (NQFs) and qualifications in Europe to relate to the EQF levels. Learners, graduates, providers and employers can use these levels to understand and compare qualifications awarded in different countries and by different education and training systems.

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  1. Graduate nurse (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate ethical reflection and commitment to professional ethics, incorporate organisational knowledge in support of successful business decisions, plan and supervise the implementation of care activities, apply scientific research methods to research in the field of nursing care, use modern information and communication technologies, acquire professional knowledge and knowledge in the field of qualitative and quantitative research methods through which he/she will be able to effectively provide evidence-based nursing, resolve complex technical and occupational problems, demonstrate proficiency in communicating with patients/residents, co-workers in a nursing and health care team and externally with other partners, demonstrate a professionally critical and responsible attitude and show initiative and autonomy in decision-making and leading a healthcare team, (subject-specific competences) undertake promotion of health, health education and learning for understanding the connections between lifestyle and health, demonstrate understanding of health problems and processes for strengthening, achieving and maintaining health, organise, lead and supervise activities and the nursing care service, lead a nursing team, provide nursing care on the basis of medical history, nursing diagnosis and the set aims of nursing care, participate in the treatment process as part of a medical team and carry out diagnostic and therapeutic programmes, monitor the outcomes and eff ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Master of Nursing Care (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: (general competences) analyse, synthesise, anticipate and plan solutions and consequences in own professional field in new and unknown circumstances taking a broad (multidisciplinary) approach; integrate knowledge and resolve complex situations, make an innovative contribution to the development and application of new ideas connected to research, demonstrate autonomy in professional work and professional decision-making, critically assess the effectiveness and efficiency of selected methods and procedures, take action even in the case of simple and incomplete information, while observing the principles of social and ethical responsibility connected to the introduction of knowledge and decision-making, develop communication skills, including in the international environment, and explain decisions, and the knowledge and grounds on which they are based, in a clear and unambiguous manner to a specialist and non-specialist audience, lead group work, work in a group and accept and give due consideration to constructive criticisms and comments, critically verify information and events in the local, national and international contexts, demonstrate a commitment to professional ethics, ethical reflection and conduct in the case of ethical dilemmas in healthcare, (subject-specific competences) understand healthcare as a scientific discipline, apply healthcare models and study concepts connected to the art and science of healthcare, monitor, critically evaluate and apply contemporary developme ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Graduate nurse (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: work according to the principles of modern nursing care, which emphasises individuality, active inclusion, partnership and a holistic approach to the individual, family or group, identify needs for nursing care at the patient and population levels, set targets, plan, implement and evaluate, participate in a healthcare team and lead a healthcare team (nursing team) in practice and work at all levels of health care, plan and implement work and tasks in accordance with competences within a diagnostic-therapeutic programme in the treatment of a patient, take on independent activity in the field of health and education work for healthy and sick populations, communicate successfully with the patient and co-workers in the nursing and healthcare team, demonstrate knowledge of risk factors and at-risk groups of the population with regard to the development of chronic diseases and the diseases of modern society, and knowledge of the role of the graduate in preventing, detecting and treating illnesses of this kind, etc. demonstrate knowledge of the health and social problems caused by an ageing society and changing values in family life, with which care of the elderly is connected, demonstrate knowledge and understanding of trends and the role of nursing care in the effective and high-quality treatment of the patient, which is reflected in a shortening of waiting lists and the role of nursing care as a facilitator at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels, demonstrate understanding that th ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Graduate nurse (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: (general competences) apply general truths, rules and abstract concepts to specific situations in the process of nursing care, carry out analysis in order to recognise the connections and reciprocal action of different factors in the specific situation, and carry out synthesis in order to be able to connect different elements into overall picture, integrate knowledge with practice in the addressing of complex situations, demonstrate autonomy in professional work and professional decision-making, critically assess the effectiveness and efficiency of selected methods and procedures, develop communication skills and explain decisions, and the knowledge and grounds on which they are based, in a clear and unambiguous manner to a specialist and non-specialist audience, work in a group and accept and give due consideration to constructive criticisms and comments, critically verify information and events in the local, national and international contexts, demonstrate a commitment to professional ethics, ethical reflection and conduct in the case of ethical dilemmas in healthcare, (subject-specific competences) undertake promotion of health, health education and learning for understanding the connections between lifestyle and health, for understanding health problems and processes for strengthening, achieving and maintaining health, organise, lead and supervise activities and the nursing care service, lead a nursing team, provide nursing care on the basis of medical history, nursing diagnosi ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Master of Nursing Care (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: understand the nature of theories and demonstrate knowledge of philosophy, science and expert practice in nursing care, participate in contemporary discussions regarding theory and the development of nursing practice, resolve problems with the help of the application of research methods, understand the complexity of evidence-based nursing practice, understand ethical principles in nursing research and practice, demonstrate organisation, management, leadership and quality in nursing care, demonstrate understanding of the importance of educating students and new staff in nursing practice and the role of mentorship, use modern approaches in individual clinical fields (elective contents), understand preventive and curative aspects, understand the role of nursing care, critically study information from literature and other sources and formulate conclusions on the basis of this information using deduction or induction, through a process of observation and discussion with others, create explanations or theories of nursing practice based on evidence, demonstrate autonomy in research, prepare a suitable plan of activities, solutions or strategies in connection with the results of research, discuss current topics, problems and challenges in nursing practice and healthcare with colleagues and higher education teaching staff, use reflection in sensitive situations in nursing practice and reflect on the contribution of an individual healthcare worker, study different interpretations of best prac ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Graduate nurse (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate knowledge and observance of the principles of professional ethics, integrate theoretical knowledge from various fields with practical experience in work with patients, demonstrate mastery of theoretical and practical knowledge for the autonomous performance of care interventions and work in an interdisciplinary team in the performance of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, evaluate knowledge from related disciplines (sciences and humanities) and integrate it with nursing care, demonstrate communication skills, including communication in an international environment, adopt educational work for education and training of own staff and research, undertake self-education and organised postgraduate education and understand the value of lifelong learning (subject-specific competences) undertake promotion of health, health education and learning for understanding the connections between lifestyle and health, for understanding health problems and processes for strengthening, achieving and maintaining health, provide nursing care on the basis of medical history, nursing diagnosis and the set aims of nursing care, participate in the treatment process as part of a medical team and carry out diagnostic and therapeutic programmes, monitor the outcomes and effects of nursing interventions and document them, carry out interdisciplinary and multisectoral liaison to ensure quality treatment of the patient, provide nursing care as part of emergency medical aid, or ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Graduate nurse (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and consequences with regard to the subject-specific competences of the graduate, master research methods (clinical and applied research), procedures and processes, and develop critical and self-critical judgement, apply acquired knowledge in practice, demonstrate autonomy in professional work, develop communication abilities and skills, in particular communication with patients, in a healthcare team, and develop communication skills with healthy and sick populations, demonstrate ethical reflection and commitment to professional ethics, demonstrate cooperativeness and the ability to work in a group, identify needs for nursing care, set targets, plan, implement and evaluate, demonstrate knowledge and understanding of trends and the role of nursing care in the most rapid and high-quality treatment of the patient, which is reflected in a shortening of waiting lists and the role of nursing care in the sense of liaison at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels, demonstrate knowledge in the field of basic nursing care and its specificities, demonstrate understanding of the methods of nursing care and the promotion of health, demonstrate knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology, demonstrate knowledge in the field of microbiology with parasitology, implement work and tasks in accordance with competences within a diagnostic-therapeutic programme in the treatment of a patient, use information technologies and systems in a professional fie ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Graduate nurse (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: (general competences) master basic knowledge and integrate knowledge from the various fields on which nursing is based, demonstrate knowledge of professional ethics and healthcare legislation, recognise and observe moral principles and values and apply them in professional work, treat individuals or groups autonomously, holistically, tolerantly, carefully and sensitively without expressing judgements while guaranteeing/protecting the rights, confidence and wishes of different individuals and groups, master research methods, procedures and processes, develop critical and self-critical judgement, develop communication abilities and skills in the professional environment (domestic and international), use information and communication technologies and systems in professional fields, develop skills in the application of knowledge in a specific professional field, demonstrate leadership, organisation and cooperative teamwork, demonstrate understanding and consideration of the diversity of the global and local environment in the organisation and provision of comprehensive nursing care, assume responsibility in professional work, accept responsibility for professional development and learning and improve own work through evaluation in order to ensure the quality of services, undertake training, education and mentoring, (subject-specific competences) incorporate professional ethics, legal considerations and the recognition and application of moral and ethical principles in professional work ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Midwife (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: promote health, provide family planning advice, protect reproductive health and provide appropriate referral information, provide advice, assistance and care to women with gynaecological problems, prepare and implement programmes for parenting school and health education for a healthy lifestyle and the avoidance of risk factors for this category of the population, monitor the normal progress of pregnancy and carry out the necessary tests and monitor the state of the foetus using appropriate clinical methods and means, identify a high-risk pregnancy on the basis of appropriate tests and provide advice within own competence: referral to specialists in the case of pathological pregnancy and participation in team-based treatment of the pregnant woman, provide advice and assistance to women during pregnancy, during delivery and in the postpartum period, conduct a normal delivery and perform an episiotomy and provide emergency medical aid during delivery if no doctor is present, recognise pathological changes in mother and child, take action within own competence and refer to specialist, perform examination and care of newborns and infants and take action when necessary, provide advice to women going through menopause, provide midwifery care and treatment prescribed by doctor, keep relevant medical documentation and care documentation, educational work for education and training of own staff and research.   ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Master of Nursing Care (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: (general competences) analyse undergraduate knowledge and link it to newly acquired knowledge, think creatively and apply new knowledge in nursing practice and research in this professional field, analyse complex professional problems and synthesise appropriate solutions in the field of nursing care, cooperate constructively in an interdisciplinary team, integrate knowledge and formulate a judgement in the case of incomplete and limited information, while including ethical and social responsibility, critically evaluate a professional field of nursing care and improve existing practice on the basis of the results of research, demonstrate mastery of an integrated approach to quality assurance in nursing care and healthcare as a whole, help develop tools for the management and complex addressing of practical and research problems and phenomena in the field of nursing care and health care, communicate with experts from other professional and academic fields and demonstrate general knowledge, undertake independent and group research in the working environment, incorporate reflection into practical work and research, show awareness of the value of evidence-based knowledge in practice, develop and maintain modern forms of communication, documentation and informatics. (subject-specific competences) present new knowledge to the non-specialist public and the professional milieu and contribute to the development of nursing care through research, introduce and implement modern methods of work ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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