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  1. Health sciences, Postgraduate Diploma

    KnowledgeUpon completion of the programme the student should: have a good overview of central ideas, theories, concepts and methods in a specific area of specialisation or a general overview of the field of health sciences, know problems and issues in a certain area of health sciences, based on new information and research results in the relevant area. SkillsUpon completion of the programme the student should: be able to use theoretical knowledge in a professional context, have an accepted attitude within the relevant service and be able to meet the needs of people within a certain area of health sciences, be able to utilize ideas and theories in a interdisciplinary context within health sciences, be able to work within a interdisciplinary team in the pursuit of excellence. CompetencesUpon completion of the programme the student should: be capable of pursuing continuing education and professional development, be capable of disseminating theoretical informations, problems and solutions, be able to make independent and professional decisions and be able to substantiate them based on theories and models, be able to reflect on own work in the light of theories and research in a certain area within health sciences, be able to utilize the research results of others and base their work on evidence-based knowledge. ...

    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. Occupational therapy studies, BS

    KnowledgeAfter completing the programme, students will: Have a comprehensive knowledge of man as a physical, mental and social being, and the key theories of human function and development. Have a solid knowledge of all dimensions of the environment and explain how they may affect health, well-being and opportunities for social participation. Appreciate the determinants of health and recognize how lifestyles, illnesses, accidents, developmental disorders and aging may affect people’s lives. Have an extensive knowledge about theories and research concerning human occupation and client-centered practice. Have a solid understanding of the relationship between occupation and health, and how to use and adapt occupation to enhance participation and quality of life. Be able to apply knowledge and understanding in rationalizing practice methods of occupational therapy services. Know the principles that apply to academic work in health sciences. SkillsAfter completing the programme, students will: Be able to identify and justify the need of individuals, groups and communities for occupational therapy services. Know how to apply occupational therapy theories and method to evaluate and enhance people‘s performance and participation in society. Be capable of professional interaction and cooperation with clients, families, colleagues, employers and relevant authorities. Know how to use self as an enablement tool in interaction and provision of service. Be able to share occupational therapy ideas and knowledge. Be capable of ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  4. Primary health care in the community- clinical, Postgraduate Diploma

    KnowledgeUpon completion of the programme the student should: have a good overview of central ideas, theories, concepts and methods in a specific area of specialisation or a general overview of the field of health sciences, know problems and issues in a certain area of health sciences, based on new information and research results in the relevant area. SkillsUpon completion of the programme the student should: be able to use theoretical knowledge in a professional context, have an accepted attitude within the relevant service and be able to meet the needs of people within a certain area of health sciences, be able to utilize ideas and theories in a interdisciplinary context within health sciences, be able to work within a interdisciplinary team in the pursuit of excellence. CompetencesUpon completion of the programme the student should: be capable of pursuing continuing education and professional development, be capable of disseminating theoretical informations, problems and solutions, be able to make independent and professional decisions and be able to substantiate them based on theories and models, be able to reflect on own work in the light of theories and research in a certain area within health sciences, be able to utilize the research results of others and base their work on evidence-based knowledge. ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  5. Vocational Rehabilitation, Postgraduate Diploma

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    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  6. 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
  7. Occupational therapy studies, BS

    KnowledgeAfter completing the programme, students will: Have a comprehensive knowledge of man as a physical, mental and social being, and the key theories of human function and development. Have a solid knowledge of all dimensions of the environment and explain how they may affect health, well-being and opportunities for social participation. Appreciate the determinants of health and recognize how lifestyles, illnesses, accidents, developmental disorders and aging may affect people’s lives. Have an extensive knowledge about theories and research concerning human occupation and client-centered practice. Have a solid understanding of the relationship between occupation and health, and how to use and adapt occupation to enhance participation and quality of life. Be able to apply knowledge and understanding in rationalizing practice methods of occupational therapy services. Know the principles that apply to academic work in health sciences. SkillsAfter completing the programme, students will: Be able to identify and justify the need of individuals, groups and communities for occupational therapy services. Know how to apply occupational therapy theories and method to evaluate and enhance people‘s performance and participation in society. Be capable of professional interaction and cooperation with clients, families, colleagues, employers and relevant authorities. Know how to use self as an enablement tool in interaction and provision of service. Be able to share occupational therapy ideas and knowledge. Be capable of ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. Public Health Sciences, Postgraduate Diploma

    Upon successful completion of the graduate diploma students should meet the following standards (in addition to those acquired during their undergraduate studies): Knowledge and UnderstandingThe student understands the basic concepts and research methods used within public health sciences, as well as the ideology behind health promotion and prevention.The student has a general understanding of the practical application of public health sciences.The student knows the main information- and databases used in public health sciences. Practical Skills and AbilitiesThe student can describe and explain the basis and limitations of the methodology generally used in public health sciences. Academic SkillsThe student can define and describe how a successful research in public health sciences is best constructed and organised.The student has an evolved and increased understanding and knowledge of the diverse fields of public health sciences. General Academic AbilitiesThe student has developed the adequate academic skills, methods and independency to undertake advanced studies, maintain and increase his/her knowledge. Type of KnowledgeThe student has acquired important knowledge and insight into problems and subjects within public health sciences, based on current research and information. The student has adopted this knowledge through academic courses in the fields of public health sciences. ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland

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