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Degree:
Bachelor of Social Services and Health Care

Degree title:
Bachelor of Health Care, Registered Nurse (sairaanhoitaja AMK)

Credits:
210 ects

2020 Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Health Care
2020 Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Health Care

2020 Sjukskötare (YH), tvåspråkig utbildning (finska och svenska)
2020 Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Health Care

2020 Sjukskötare (YH), tvåspråkig utbildning (finska och svenska)

2020 Sjukskötare (YH), tvåspråkig utbildning (finska och svenska)
Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 18.02.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

4 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

75 % Contact teaching, 25 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A54sh
    A54sh

Objective

Students
- know how to form a description of holistic nursing in adult nursing
- know how to analyse information regarding adult health and wellbeing and the need for care and service systems
- know how to apply the basics of medical care to the most common internal diseases and surgeries in customer-oriented nursing and health promotion
- know how to apply the patient’s experience-based knowledge when guiding lifestyle changes and supporting coping in the daily life
- know how to apply evidence-based data and assess the quality of care

Content

- holistic nursing
- adult health and wellbeing, need for care and services
- the most common internal diseases and procedures and methods used in the treatment of an internal disease patient
- the most common surgically treated diseases
- pre-, intra- and postoperative nursing
- treatment of pain and wounds
- cancer nursing
- nutritional nursing
- NEWS (National Early Warning Score)
- falling ill and sexual health
- lifestyle guidance, coping in the daily life, patient’s experimental knowledge
- evidence-based nursing, health technology and treatment quality

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

04.03.2024 - 26.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

4 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

75 % Contact teaching, 25 % Distance learning

Campus
  • Pieksämäki
Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Paula Kukko
  • Tiina Takku
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
Scheduling groups
  • Joensuun ryhmä (Size: 30. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pieksämäen ryhmä (Size: 50. Open UAS: 0.)
Groups
  • PMK-S23sh
  • JNS-S23shd
Small groups
  • Joensuun ryhmä
  • Pieksämäen ryhmä

Objective

Students
- know how to form a description of holistic nursing in adult nursing
- know how to analyse information regarding adult health and wellbeing and the need for care and service systems
- know how to apply the basics of medical care to the most common internal diseases and surgeries in customer-oriented nursing and health promotion
- know how to apply the patient’s experience-based knowledge when guiding lifestyle changes and supporting coping in the daily life
- know how to apply evidence-based data and assess the quality of care

Content

- holistic nursing
- adult health and wellbeing, need for care and services
- the most common internal diseases and procedures and methods used in the treatment of an internal disease patient
- the most common surgically treated diseases
- pre-, intra- and postoperative nursing
- treatment of pain and wounds
- cancer nursing
- nutritional nursing
- NEWS (National Early Warning Score)
- falling ill and sexual health
- lifestyle guidance, coping in the daily life, patient’s experimental knowledge
- evidence-based nursing, health technology and treatment quality

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 03.03.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

4 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

75 % Contact teaching, 25 % Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 100

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Marjut Ikonen
  • Leena Jurvelin
Groups
  • OUL-S23sh-lh
    OUL-S23sh-lh
  • I54shd
    I54shd

Objective

Students
- know how to form a description of holistic nursing in adult nursing
- know how to analyse information regarding adult health and wellbeing and the need for care and service systems
- know how to apply the basics of medical care to the most common internal diseases and surgeries in customer-oriented nursing and health promotion
- know how to apply the patient’s experience-based knowledge when guiding lifestyle changes and supporting coping in the daily life
- know how to apply evidence-based data and assess the quality of care

Content

- holistic nursing
- adult health and wellbeing, need for care and services
- the most common internal diseases and procedures and methods used in the treatment of an internal disease patient
- the most common surgically treated diseases
- pre-, intra- and postoperative nursing
- treatment of pain and wounds
- cancer nursing
- nutritional nursing
- NEWS (National Early Warning Score)
- falling ill and sexual health
- lifestyle guidance, coping in the daily life, patient’s experimental knowledge
- evidence-based nursing, health technology and treatment quality

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 15.09.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

4 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

75 % Contact teaching, 25 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A54sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to form a description of holistic nursing in adult nursing
- know how to analyse information regarding adult health and wellbeing and the need for care and service systems
- know how to apply the basics of medical care to the most common internal diseases and surgeries in customer-oriented nursing and health promotion
- know how to apply the patient’s experience-based knowledge when guiding lifestyle changes and supporting coping in the daily life
- know how to apply evidence-based data and assess the quality of care

Content

- holistic nursing
- adult health and wellbeing, need for care and services
- the most common internal diseases and procedures and methods used in the treatment of an internal disease patient
- the most common surgically treated diseases
- pre-, intra- and postoperative nursing
- treatment of pain and wounds
- cancer nursing
- nutritional nursing
- NEWS (National Early Warning Score)
- falling ill and sexual health
- lifestyle guidance, coping in the daily life, patient’s experimental knowledge
- evidence-based nursing, health technology and treatment quality

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 01.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

4 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

75 % Contact teaching, 25 % Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Leena Jurvelin
  • Niina Patronen
Scheduling groups
  • pienryhmä 1 (Size: 5. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 2 (Size: 5. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 3 (Size: 5. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 4 (Size: 5. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 5 (Size: 5. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 6 (Size: 5. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 7 (Size: 5. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 8 (Size: 5. Open UAS: 0.)
Groups
  • I53sh
Small groups
  • pienryhmä 1
  • pienryhmä 2
  • pienryhmä 3
  • pienryhmä 4
  • pienryhmä 5
  • pienryhmä 6
  • pienryhmä 7
  • pienryhmä 8

Objective

Students
- know how to form a description of holistic nursing in adult nursing
- know how to analyse information regarding adult health and wellbeing and the need for care and service systems
- know how to apply the basics of medical care to the most common internal diseases and surgeries in customer-oriented nursing and health promotion
- know how to apply the patient’s experience-based knowledge when guiding lifestyle changes and supporting coping in the daily life
- know how to apply evidence-based data and assess the quality of care

Content

- holistic nursing
- adult health and wellbeing, need for care and services
- the most common internal diseases and procedures and methods used in the treatment of an internal disease patient
- the most common surgically treated diseases
- pre-, intra- and postoperative nursing
- treatment of pain and wounds
- cancer nursing
- nutritional nursing
- NEWS (National Early Warning Score)
- falling ill and sexual health
- lifestyle guidance, coping in the daily life, patient’s experimental knowledge
- evidence-based nursing, health technology and treatment quality

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

07.08.2023 - 17.09.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

4 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

75 % Contact teaching, 25 % Distance learning

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Leena Jurvelin
  • Tiina Takku
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
Groups
  • E53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to form a description of holistic nursing in adult nursing
- know how to analyse information regarding adult health and wellbeing and the need for care and service systems
- know how to apply the basics of medical care to the most common internal diseases and surgeries in customer-oriented nursing and health promotion
- know how to apply the patient’s experience-based knowledge when guiding lifestyle changes and supporting coping in the daily life
- know how to apply evidence-based data and assess the quality of care

Content

- holistic nursing
- adult health and wellbeing, need for care and services
- the most common internal diseases and procedures and methods used in the treatment of an internal disease patient
- the most common surgically treated diseases
- pre-, intra- and postoperative nursing
- treatment of pain and wounds
- cancer nursing
- nutritional nursing
- NEWS (National Early Warning Score)
- falling ill and sexual health
- lifestyle guidance, coping in the daily life, patient’s experimental knowledge
- evidence-based nursing, health technology and treatment quality

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

07.08.2023 - 08.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

4 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

75 % Contact teaching, 25 % Distance learning

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Pauliina Kuusisto
  • Ella Eronen-Levonen
Groups
  • F53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to form a description of holistic nursing in adult nursing
- know how to analyse information regarding adult health and wellbeing and the need for care and service systems
- know how to apply the basics of medical care to the most common internal diseases and surgeries in customer-oriented nursing and health promotion
- know how to apply the patient’s experience-based knowledge when guiding lifestyle changes and supporting coping in the daily life
- know how to apply evidence-based data and assess the quality of care

Content

- holistic nursing
- adult health and wellbeing, need for care and services
- the most common internal diseases and procedures and methods used in the treatment of an internal disease patient
- the most common surgically treated diseases
- pre-, intra- and postoperative nursing
- treatment of pain and wounds
- cancer nursing
- nutritional nursing
- NEWS (National Early Warning Score)
- falling ill and sexual health
- lifestyle guidance, coping in the daily life, patient’s experimental knowledge
- evidence-based nursing, health technology and treatment quality

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 22.09.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

4 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to form a description of holistic nursing in adult nursing
- know how to analyse information regarding adult health and wellbeing and the need for care and service systems
- know how to apply the basics of medical care to the most common internal diseases and surgeries in customer-oriented nursing and health promotion
- know how to apply the patient’s experience-based knowledge when guiding lifestyle changes and supporting coping in the daily life
- know how to apply evidence-based data and assess the quality of care

Content

- holistic nursing
- adult health and wellbeing, need for care and services
- the most common internal diseases and procedures and methods used in the treatment of an internal disease patient
- the most common surgically treated diseases
- pre-, intra- and postoperative nursing
- treatment of pain and wounds
- cancer nursing
- nutritional nursing
- NEWS (National Early Warning Score)
- falling ill and sexual health
- lifestyle guidance, coping in the daily life, patient’s experimental knowledge
- evidence-based nursing, health technology and treatment quality

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 18.02.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
  • Paula Kukko
  • Päivi Pässilä
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A54sh
    A54sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute parenteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy in acute nursing
- know how to execute enteral nutrition in the treatment of a chronically ill patient
- know how to apply information in preparing and guiding patients before a surgery and in the most common surgery and anaesthesia operations as well as observation and nursing after surgeries
- know how to use the check lists in an operating room
- are familiar with the principles of advanced life support
- are familiar with equipment technology and patient safety
- know how to justify their actions with up-to-date research data and care recommendations

Content

- Nursing process of an internal disease patient, perioperative patient and cancer patient
- parenteral and enteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy, blood transfusion, sampling
- assisting in surgical operations
- advanced life support
- equipment technology and patient safety
- prevention of infections and asepsis
- decision-making and teamwork competence

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 24.03.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 100

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Marjut Ikonen
  • Heidi Silvan
  • Leena Jurvelin
Scheduling groups
  • pienryhmä 1 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 2 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Groups
  • OUL-S23sh-lh
    OUL-S23sh-lh
  • I54shd
    I54shd
Small groups
  • pienryhmä 1
  • pienryhmä 2

Objective

Students
- know how to execute parenteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy in acute nursing
- know how to execute enteral nutrition in the treatment of a chronically ill patient
- know how to apply information in preparing and guiding patients before a surgery and in the most common surgery and anaesthesia operations as well as observation and nursing after surgeries
- know how to use the check lists in an operating room
- are familiar with the principles of advanced life support
- are familiar with equipment technology and patient safety
- know how to justify their actions with up-to-date research data and care recommendations

Content

- Nursing process of an internal disease patient, perioperative patient and cancer patient
- parenteral and enteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy, blood transfusion, sampling
- assisting in surgical operations
- advanced life support
- equipment technology and patient safety
- prevention of infections and asepsis
- decision-making and teamwork competence

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

04.03.2024 - 26.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus
  • Pieksämäki
Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Atte Kollanus
  • Paula Kukko
  • Tiina Takku
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
Scheduling groups
  • pienryhmä a (Size: 200. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä b (Size: 200. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä c (Size: 200. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä d (Size: 200. Open UAS: 0.)
Groups
  • PMK-S23sh
Small groups
  • pienryhmä a
  • pienryhmä b
  • pienryhmä c
  • pienryhmä d

Objective

Students
- know how to execute parenteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy in acute nursing
- know how to execute enteral nutrition in the treatment of a chronically ill patient
- know how to apply information in preparing and guiding patients before a surgery and in the most common surgery and anaesthesia operations as well as observation and nursing after surgeries
- know how to use the check lists in an operating room
- are familiar with the principles of advanced life support
- are familiar with equipment technology and patient safety
- know how to justify their actions with up-to-date research data and care recommendations

Content

- Nursing process of an internal disease patient, perioperative patient and cancer patient
- parenteral and enteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy, blood transfusion, sampling
- assisting in surgical operations
- advanced life support
- equipment technology and patient safety
- prevention of infections and asepsis
- decision-making and teamwork competence

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 15.09.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
  • Paula Kukko
  • Päivi Pässilä
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A54sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute parenteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy in acute nursing
- know how to execute enteral nutrition in the treatment of a chronically ill patient
- know how to apply information in preparing and guiding patients before a surgery and in the most common surgery and anaesthesia operations as well as observation and nursing after surgeries
- know how to use the check lists in an operating room
- are familiar with the principles of advanced life support
- are familiar with equipment technology and patient safety
- know how to justify their actions with up-to-date research data and care recommendations

Content

- Nursing process of an internal disease patient, perioperative patient and cancer patient
- parenteral and enteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy, blood transfusion, sampling
- assisting in surgical operations
- advanced life support
- equipment technology and patient safety
- prevention of infections and asepsis
- decision-making and teamwork competence

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 22.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Heidi Silvan
  • Leena Jurvelin
  • Niina Patronen
Scheduling groups
  • pienryhmä 1 (Size: 18. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 2 (Size: 18. Open UAS: 0.)
Groups
  • I53sh
Small groups
  • pienryhmä 1
  • pienryhmä 2

Objective

Students
- know how to execute parenteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy in acute nursing
- know how to execute enteral nutrition in the treatment of a chronically ill patient
- know how to apply information in preparing and guiding patients before a surgery and in the most common surgery and anaesthesia operations as well as observation and nursing after surgeries
- know how to use the check lists in an operating room
- are familiar with the principles of advanced life support
- are familiar with equipment technology and patient safety
- know how to justify their actions with up-to-date research data and care recommendations

Content

- Nursing process of an internal disease patient, perioperative patient and cancer patient
- parenteral and enteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy, blood transfusion, sampling
- assisting in surgical operations
- advanced life support
- equipment technology and patient safety
- prevention of infections and asepsis
- decision-making and teamwork competence

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

07.08.2023 - 17.09.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Atte Kollanus
  • Tiina Takku
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
  • Terhi Kaakinen
Groups
  • E53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute parenteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy in acute nursing
- know how to execute enteral nutrition in the treatment of a chronically ill patient
- know how to apply information in preparing and guiding patients before a surgery and in the most common surgery and anaesthesia operations as well as observation and nursing after surgeries
- know how to use the check lists in an operating room
- are familiar with the principles of advanced life support
- are familiar with equipment technology and patient safety
- know how to justify their actions with up-to-date research data and care recommendations

Content

- Nursing process of an internal disease patient, perioperative patient and cancer patient
- parenteral and enteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy, blood transfusion, sampling
- assisting in surgical operations
- advanced life support
- equipment technology and patient safety
- prevention of infections and asepsis
- decision-making and teamwork competence

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

07.08.2023 - 08.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Atte Kollanus
  • Karoliina Salminen
  • Pauliina Kuusisto
  • Ella Eronen-Levonen
  • Sinikka Vuorinen
Scheduling groups
  • pienryhmä 1 (Size: 1. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 2 (Size: 1. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 3 (Size: 1. Open UAS: 0.)
Groups
  • F53sh
Small groups
  • pienryhmä 1
  • pienryhmä 2
  • pienryhmä 3

Objective

Students
- know how to execute parenteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy in acute nursing
- know how to execute enteral nutrition in the treatment of a chronically ill patient
- know how to apply information in preparing and guiding patients before a surgery and in the most common surgery and anaesthesia operations as well as observation and nursing after surgeries
- know how to use the check lists in an operating room
- are familiar with the principles of advanced life support
- are familiar with equipment technology and patient safety
- know how to justify their actions with up-to-date research data and care recommendations

Content

- Nursing process of an internal disease patient, perioperative patient and cancer patient
- parenteral and enteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy, blood transfusion, sampling
- assisting in surgical operations
- advanced life support
- equipment technology and patient safety
- prevention of infections and asepsis
- decision-making and teamwork competence

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 22.09.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
  • Paula Kukko
  • Sampo Sivula
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute parenteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy in acute nursing
- know how to execute enteral nutrition in the treatment of a chronically ill patient
- know how to apply information in preparing and guiding patients before a surgery and in the most common surgery and anaesthesia operations as well as observation and nursing after surgeries
- know how to use the check lists in an operating room
- are familiar with the principles of advanced life support
- are familiar with equipment technology and patient safety
- know how to justify their actions with up-to-date research data and care recommendations

Content

- Nursing process of an internal disease patient, perioperative patient and cancer patient
- parenteral and enteral hydration and nutrition treatment and pharmacotherapy, blood transfusion, sampling
- assisting in surgical operations
- advanced life support
- equipment technology and patient safety
- prevention of infections and asepsis
- decision-making and teamwork competence

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

29.01.2024 - 26.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Atte Kollanus
  • Marketta Fredriksson
Groups
  • HKI-K24sh-lh

Objective

Students
- are familiar with the concepts of knowledge and various kinds of knowledge
- know the basis of development work within social, health and church sectors
- know the basics of project work
- know the basic terms and practices of service design and conceptualisation
- identify development objects in a changing working life and their professional competence
- know the basics of research writing and are familiar with research reports as a text type

Content

- concepts and types of knowledge
- data sources, databases and source criticism
- basis of development work within social, health and church sectors
- project work
- service design
- conceptualisation
- data sources, databases and source criticism
- research writing and research reports as a text type

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

19.02.2024 - 26.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

RDI portion

3 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 100

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tarja Tuovinen-Kakko
  • Heidi Silvan
  • Tytti Kallio-Kokko
  • Hanna-Leena Huttunen
Groups
  • OUL-S23sh
    OUL-S23sh

Objective

Students
- are familiar with the concepts of knowledge and various kinds of knowledge
- know the basis of development work within social, health and church sectors
- know the basics of project work
- know the basic terms and practices of service design and conceptualisation
- identify development objects in a changing working life and their professional competence
- know the basics of research writing and are familiar with research reports as a text type

Content

- concepts and types of knowledge
- data sources, databases and source criticism
- basis of development work within social, health and church sectors
- project work
- service design
- conceptualisation
- data sources, databases and source criticism
- research writing and research reports as a text type

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

15.01.2024 - 26.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Atte Kollanus
  • Marketta Fredriksson
  • Hanna-Leena Huttunen
Groups
  • POR-S23th
  • POR-S23sh

Objective

Students
- are familiar with the concepts of knowledge and various kinds of knowledge
- know the basis of development work within social, health and church sectors
- know the basics of project work
- know the basic terms and practices of service design and conceptualisation
- identify development objects in a changing working life and their professional competence
- know the basics of research writing and are familiar with research reports as a text type

Content

- concepts and types of knowledge
- data sources, databases and source criticism
- basis of development work within social, health and church sectors
- project work
- service design
- conceptualisation
- data sources, databases and source criticism
- research writing and research reports as a text type

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 15.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

RDI portion

3 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Susanna Kallakorpi
  • Marketta Fredriksson
  • Sampo Sivula
Groups
  • A54sh
    A54sh

Objective

Students
- are familiar with the concepts of knowledge and various kinds of knowledge
- know the basis of development work within social, health and church sectors
- know the basics of project work
- know the basic terms and practices of service design and conceptualisation
- identify development objects in a changing working life and their professional competence
- know the basics of research writing and are familiar with research reports as a text type

Content

- concepts and types of knowledge
- data sources, databases and source criticism
- basis of development work within social, health and church sectors
- project work
- service design
- conceptualisation
- data sources, databases and source criticism
- research writing and research reports as a text type

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

29.01.2024 - 26.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Marketta Fredriksson
  • Päivi Pässilä
Groups
  • HKI-S23sh

Objective

Students
- are familiar with the concepts of knowledge and various kinds of knowledge
- know the basis of development work within social, health and church sectors
- know the basics of project work
- know the basic terms and practices of service design and conceptualisation
- identify development objects in a changing working life and their professional competence
- know the basics of research writing and are familiar with research reports as a text type

Content

- concepts and types of knowledge
- data sources, databases and source criticism
- basis of development work within social, health and church sectors
- project work
- service design
- conceptualisation
- data sources, databases and source criticism
- research writing and research reports as a text type

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

22.01.2024 - 26.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Early Childhood Education and Care
  • BA of Social Services, Diaconal Work
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Youth Work
Teachers
  • Vilhelmiina Vuori
  • Sami Ritokoski
Groups
  • A54sh
    A54sh
  • A54sosd
    A54sosd
  • A54sosn
    A54sosn

Objective

Students
- understand the significance of customer inclusion in development within social, health and church sectors
- are familiar with the development process phases within social, healthcare and church sectors
- are familiar with various development and impact assessment methods within social, healthcare and church sectors
- know how to retrieve and use information from national and international sources
- identify the ethical questions related to using databases and collecting data
- know how to draft a data collection plan for development work

Content

- customer inclusion in development activities
- the development process, methods and impact assessment
- national and international data sources
- ethical questions related to development as well as good scientific praxis and the basis of open science and research
- data collection plans

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

18.03.2024 - 26.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

RDI portion

2 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 100

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Tarja Tuovinen-Kakko
  • Tytti Kallio-Kokko
  • Hanna-Leena Huttunen
Groups
  • OUL-S23sh-lh
    OUL-S23sh-lh
  • I54shd
    I54shd

Objective

Students
- understand the significance of customer inclusion in development within social, health and church sectors
- are familiar with the development process phases within social, healthcare and church sectors
- are familiar with various development and impact assessment methods within social, healthcare and church sectors
- know how to retrieve and use information from national and international sources
- identify the ethical questions related to using databases and collecting data
- know how to draft a data collection plan for development work

Content

- customer inclusion in development activities
- the development process, methods and impact assessment
- national and international data sources
- ethical questions related to development as well as good scientific praxis and the basis of open science and research
- data collection plans

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

RDI portion

2 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Sirpa Salmela
  • Johanna Pirttisalo
Groups
  • I53sh

Objective

Students
- understand the significance of customer inclusion in development within social, health and church sectors
- are familiar with the development process phases within social, healthcare and church sectors
- are familiar with various development and impact assessment methods within social, healthcare and church sectors
- know how to retrieve and use information from national and international sources
- identify the ethical questions related to using databases and collecting data
- know how to draft a data collection plan for development work

Content

- customer inclusion in development activities
- the development process, methods and impact assessment
- national and international data sources
- ethical questions related to development as well as good scientific praxis and the basis of open science and research
- data collection plans

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

07.08.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

RDI portion

2 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
Groups
  • E53sh

Objective

Students
- understand the significance of customer inclusion in development within social, health and church sectors
- are familiar with the development process phases within social, healthcare and church sectors
- are familiar with various development and impact assessment methods within social, healthcare and church sectors
- know how to retrieve and use information from national and international sources
- identify the ethical questions related to using databases and collecting data
- know how to draft a data collection plan for development work

Content

- customer inclusion in development activities
- the development process, methods and impact assessment
- national and international data sources
- ethical questions related to development as well as good scientific praxis and the basis of open science and research
- data collection plans

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

21.08.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

RDI portion

2 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Sari Jylli
Groups
  • F53sh

Objective

Students
- understand the significance of customer inclusion in development within social, health and church sectors
- are familiar with the development process phases within social, healthcare and church sectors
- are familiar with various development and impact assessment methods within social, healthcare and church sectors
- know how to retrieve and use information from national and international sources
- identify the ethical questions related to using databases and collecting data
- know how to draft a data collection plan for development work

Content

- customer inclusion in development activities
- the development process, methods and impact assessment
- national and international data sources
- ethical questions related to development as well as good scientific praxis and the basis of open science and research
- data collection plans

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

28.08.2023 - 15.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

RDI portion

2 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 555

Degree programmes
  • BA of Social Services
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Satu Keisala
  • Susanna Kallakorpi
  • Kirsi Laukkonen
Groups
  • A53sha
  • A53sos
  • A54sh-lh

Objective

Students
- understand the significance of customer inclusion in development within social, health and church sectors
- are familiar with the development process phases within social, healthcare and church sectors
- are familiar with various development and impact assessment methods within social, healthcare and church sectors
- know how to retrieve and use information from national and international sources
- identify the ethical questions related to using databases and collecting data
- know how to draft a data collection plan for development work

Content

- customer inclusion in development activities
- the development process, methods and impact assessment
- national and international data sources
- ethical questions related to development as well as good scientific praxis and the basis of open science and research
- data collection plans

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

04.09.2023 - 15.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

RDI portion

2 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA of Social Services, Diaconal Work
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Youth Work
Teachers
  • Satu Keisala
  • Nina Niemelä
  • Susanna Kallakorpi
Groups
  • A53sh
  • A53sosd
  • A53sosn

Objective

Students
- understand the significance of customer inclusion in development within social, health and church sectors
- are familiar with the development process phases within social, healthcare and church sectors
- are familiar with various development and impact assessment methods within social, healthcare and church sectors
- know how to retrieve and use information from national and international sources
- identify the ethical questions related to using databases and collecting data
- know how to draft a data collection plan for development work

Content

- customer inclusion in development activities
- the development process, methods and impact assessment
- national and international data sources
- ethical questions related to development as well as good scientific praxis and the basis of open science and research
- data collection plans

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

12.02.2024 - 14.04.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Sanna-Maija Kohonen
  • Henna Mäkinen
Groups
  • HKI-K24sh

Objective

Students
- understand the methods, guidance and supervision of organising social services and healthcare activities and service production
- understand the organisation and methods of organisation in the church sector, third sector and civil society
- are familiar with the most central smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- understand the significance of various actors in service production and quality
- know how to analyse customers’ position and rights in the social services and healthcare service systems

Content

- service structures of social services and healthcare
- current norm, resource and information guidance within social services and healthcare
- activities within the church, third sector and civil society
- smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- multidisciplinary collaboration and customer health and wellbeing
- rights and position of customers/patients in service systems

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

29.01.2024 - 14.04.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Sanna-Maija Kohonen
  • Henna Mäkinen
Groups
  • HKI-K24sh-lh

Objective

Students
- understand the methods, guidance and supervision of organising social services and healthcare activities and service production
- understand the organisation and methods of organisation in the church sector, third sector and civil society
- are familiar with the most central smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- understand the significance of various actors in service production and quality
- know how to analyse customers’ position and rights in the social services and healthcare service systems

Content

- service structures of social services and healthcare
- current norm, resource and information guidance within social services and healthcare
- activities within the church, third sector and civil society
- smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- multidisciplinary collaboration and customer health and wellbeing
- rights and position of customers/patients in service systems

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

25.09.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tarja Tuovinen-Kakko
  • Terhi Kaakinen
Scheduling groups
  • pienryhmä 1 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • pienryhmä 2 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Groups
  • OUL-S23sh-lh
    OUL-S23sh-lh
  • OUL-S23sh
    OUL-S23sh
Small groups
  • pienryhmä 1
  • pienryhmä 2

Objective

Students
- understand the methods, guidance and supervision of organising social services and healthcare activities and service production
- understand the organisation and methods of organisation in the church sector, third sector and civil society
- are familiar with the most central smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- understand the significance of various actors in service production and quality
- know how to analyse customers’ position and rights in the social services and healthcare service systems

Content

- service structures of social services and healthcare
- current norm, resource and information guidance within social services and healthcare
- activities within the church, third sector and civil society
- smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- multidisciplinary collaboration and customer health and wellbeing
- rights and position of customers/patients in service systems

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

18.09.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Hannu Piiroinen
Groups
  • POR-S23th
  • POR-S23sh

Objective

Students
- understand the methods, guidance and supervision of organising social services and healthcare activities and service production
- understand the organisation and methods of organisation in the church sector, third sector and civil society
- are familiar with the most central smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- understand the significance of various actors in service production and quality
- know how to analyse customers’ position and rights in the social services and healthcare service systems

Content

- service structures of social services and healthcare
- current norm, resource and information guidance within social services and healthcare
- activities within the church, third sector and civil society
- smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- multidisciplinary collaboration and customer health and wellbeing
- rights and position of customers/patients in service systems

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 20.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Sanna-Maija Kohonen
  • Henna Mäkinen
Groups
  • HKI-S23sh

Objective

Students
- understand the methods, guidance and supervision of organising social services and healthcare activities and service production
- understand the organisation and methods of organisation in the church sector, third sector and civil society
- are familiar with the most central smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- understand the significance of various actors in service production and quality
- know how to analyse customers’ position and rights in the social services and healthcare service systems

Content

- service structures of social services and healthcare
- current norm, resource and information guidance within social services and healthcare
- activities within the church, third sector and civil society
- smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- multidisciplinary collaboration and customer health and wellbeing
- rights and position of customers/patients in service systems

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

02.07.2023 - 31.07.2023

Timing

01.08.2023 - 31.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Ulla Lahtela
Groups
  • H-S23shpä

Objective

Students
- understand the methods, guidance and supervision of organising social services and healthcare activities and service production
- understand the organisation and methods of organisation in the church sector, third sector and civil society
- are familiar with the most central smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- understand the significance of various actors in service production and quality
- know how to analyse customers’ position and rights in the social services and healthcare service systems

Content

- service structures of social services and healthcare
- current norm, resource and information guidance within social services and healthcare
- activities within the church, third sector and civil society
- smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- multidisciplinary collaboration and customer health and wellbeing
- rights and position of customers/patients in service systems

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

25.09.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Vesa Vainiomäki
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
Groups
  • PMK-S23sh
  • JNS-S23shd

Objective

Students
- understand the methods, guidance and supervision of organising social services and healthcare activities and service production
- understand the organisation and methods of organisation in the church sector, third sector and civil society
- are familiar with the most central smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- understand the significance of various actors in service production and quality
- know how to analyse customers’ position and rights in the social services and healthcare service systems

Content

- service structures of social services and healthcare
- current norm, resource and information guidance within social services and healthcare
- activities within the church, third sector and civil society
- smart services and wellbeing technology applications
- multidisciplinary collaboration and customer health and wellbeing
- rights and position of customers/patients in service systems

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 15.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 555

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Hanna Dombret
  • Sini Hiltunen
Groups
  • A50sh
    A50sh
  • A49sha
  • Diak
  • E49sh
  • F49sh
  • A50sh-lh
    A50sh-lh
  • A49nur
  • I49sh
  • A49sh

Objective

At the end of the course the student is expected to
• Apply scientific knowledge of family nursing in the nursing care, health promotion and family support of children and adolescents with chronic conditions
• Identify common national and international challenges and societal changes in health promotion and chronic disease management with children and adolescents
• Assess the effectiveness of solution-focused and multidisciplinary family support and nursing
• Support and advice families in using services provided by NGOs, church organisations and low-threshold programmes

Content

• Scientific approaches to family support and nursing
• Key factors of social exclusion and deprivation
• Multidisciplinary networks, child protection, family support and nursing, experts by experience
• Internal and external family structures and dynamics
• Evidence-based health promotion
• Resources for supporting the growth, development and health of children and adolescents
• Service systems and NGOs

Teaching methods

online course consisting an orientating online lecture, independent studies, a written assignment ( made alone/pairs/groups) and a seminar

Materials

Literature/sources presented at learning platform (Diakle)

Employer connections

The written assignment can be implemented at workplaces.

Student workload

1 ects corresponds 27 hours of study

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Further information

Applicable for social services and health care UAS students who have completed their previous studies of the topic. Suitable for professionals (nurse, public health nurse, midwife,social services BA) to updating and deepening their knowledge.

All materials and lessons are in English, the written task can be done also in Finnish.

Further information

All materials and lessons are in English, but students can do the written task also in Finnish.

RPL 5/2021: An RPL can only be granted if the student already has a degree in nursing, or with equivalent studies completed in a UAS degree program in nursing.

Assessment methods and criteria

The course is evaluated numerically 1-5/ failed. Evaluation is based on assessment of the written assignment and participating the working process.

Read about the assessment criteria at Diak: https://www.diak.fi/en/assessment/

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

15.01.2024 - 10.03.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Hanna Dombret
  • Sini Hiltunen
Groups
  • A50sh
    A50sh

Objective

At the end of the course the student is expected to
• Identify and analyse the specificities of clinical care for children and adolescents
• Take into account cultural factors and family diversity in the planning and implantation of clinical nursing care
• Identify and propose development opportunities in nursing care for children, adolescents and families
• Analyse, apply and evaluate national and international evidence-based research resources on the specificities of clinical care for children and adolescents

Content

• Specificities of clinical care for children and adolescents
• Diversity and cultural backgrounds in the nursing care of children, adolescents and families
• Development challenges of children, adolescents and families
• Evidence-based research on the nursing care of children, adolescents and families

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies, online course and portfolio

Student workload

1 ects corresponds 27 hours of study

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Further information

Applicable for social services and health care UAS students who have completed their previous studies of the topic. Suitable for professionals (nurse, public health nurse, midwife,social services BA) to updating and deepening their knowledge.

All materials and lessons are in English, but students can do the written task also in Finnish.

Further information

All materials and lessons are in English, but students can do the written task also in Finnish.

RPL 5/2021: An RPL can only be granted if the student already has a degree in nursing, or with equivalent studies completed in a UAS degree program in nursing.

Assessment methods and criteria

The Course is evaluated numerically 1-5/failed.

Read about the assessment criteria at Diak: https://www.diak.fi/en/assessment/

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

28.08.2023 - 22.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 555

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Hanna Dombret
  • Sini Hiltunen
Groups
  • A49sha
  • E49sh
  • A50sh-lh
    A50sh-lh
  • F49sh
  • A49nur
  • I49sh
  • A49sh

Objective

At the end of the course the student is expected to
• Identify and analyse the specificities of clinical care for children and adolescents
• Take into account cultural factors and family diversity in the planning and implantation of clinical nursing care
• Identify and propose development opportunities in nursing care for children, adolescents and families
• Analyse, apply and evaluate national and international evidence-based research resources on the specificities of clinical care for children and adolescents

Content

• Specificities of clinical care for children and adolescents
• Diversity and cultural backgrounds in the nursing care of children, adolescents and families
• Development challenges of children, adolescents and families
• Evidence-based research on the nursing care of children, adolescents and families

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies, online course and portfolio

Student workload

1 ects corresponds 27 hours of study

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Further information

Applicable for social services and health care UAS students who have completed their previous studies of the topic. Suitable for professionals (nurse, public health nurse, midwife,social services BA) to updating and deepening their knowledge.

All materials and lessons are in English, but students can do the written task also in Finnish.

Further information

All materials and lessons are in English, but students can do the written task also in Finnish.

RPL 5/2021: An RPL can only be granted if the student already has a degree in nursing, or with equivalent studies completed in a UAS degree program in nursing.

Assessment methods and criteria

The Course is evaluated numerically 1-5/failed.

Read about the assessment criteria at Diak: https://www.diak.fi/en/assessment/

Enrollment

01.02.2024 - 18.02.2024

Timing

01.05.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Hanna Dombret
  • Sini Hiltunen
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

At the end of the course the student is expected to
• Identify and analyse the specificities of clinical care for children and adolescents
• Take into account cultural factors and family diversity in the planning and implantation of clinical nursing care
• Identify and propose development opportunities in nursing care for children, adolescents and families
• Analyse, apply and evaluate national and international evidence-based research resources on the specificities of clinical care for children and adolescents

Content

• Specificities of clinical care for children and adolescents
• Diversity and cultural backgrounds in the nursing care of children, adolescents and families
• Development challenges of children, adolescents and families
• Evidence-based research on the nursing care of children, adolescents and families

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies, online course and portfolio

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Further information

All materials and lessons are in English, but students can do the written task also in Finnish.

RPL 5/2021: An RPL can only be granted if the student already has a degree in nursing, or with equivalent studies completed in a UAS degree program in nursing.

Assessment methods and criteria

The Course is evaluated numerically 1-5/failed.

Read about the assessment criteria at Diak: https://www.diak.fi/en/assessment/

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

05.02.2024 - 21.04.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Pirkko Natri
Groups
  • A50sh
    A50sh

Objective

At the end of the practical training the student is expected to
• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and wellbeing risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify and analyse factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Is able to use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Teaching methods

• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and well-being risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify, and analyze factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Can use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Materials

Can be found in Diakle -platform.

Employer connections

The internship can be completed in a variety of child, adolescent and family care settings where nurses work.

EU directives:
The internship is carried out in an environment where the goals of the internship competence are possible to achieve.

Partly in Diak’s projects.

Student workload

15 ECTS = 400,5 hours.

The number of training hours includes the orientation / planning, implementation and evaluation of the training in different ways

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Further information

Applicable for social services and health care UAS students who have completed their previous studies of the topic.

CHI04 practical training can only be delivered after all previous practices has been approved.

Assessment methods and criteria

The practical placement is evaluated passed/ failed.

Read about the assessment criteria at Diak: https://www.diak.fi/en/assessment/

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 19.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Sini Hiltunen

Objective

At the end of the practical training the student is expected to
• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and wellbeing risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify and analyse factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Is able to use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

02.01.2024 - 02.06.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Mari Pulkkinen

Objective

At the end of the practical training the student is expected to
• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and wellbeing risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify and analyse factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Is able to use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

02.01.2024 - 02.06.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Mirja Isoviita

Objective

At the end of the practical training the student is expected to
• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and wellbeing risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify and analyse factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Is able to use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 17.11.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Hanna Dombret
  • Pirkko Natri
Groups
  • A49sha
  • A50sh-lh
    A50sh-lh
  • A49nur
  • A49sh

Objective

At the end of the practical training the student is expected to
• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and wellbeing risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify and analyse factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Is able to use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Teaching methods

• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and well-being risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify, and analyze factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Can use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Materials

Can be found in Diakle -platform.

Employer connections

The internship can be completed in a variety of child, adolescent and family care settings where nurses work.

EU directives:
The internship is carried out in an environment where the goals of the internship competence are possible to achieve.

Partly in Diak’s projects.

Student workload

15 ECTS = 400,5 hours.

The number of training hours includes the orientation / planning, implementation and evaluation of the training in different ways

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Further information

Applicable for social services and health care UAS students who have completed their previous studies of the topic.

CHI04 practical training can only be delivered after all previous practices has been approved.

Assessment methods and criteria

The practical placement is evaluated passed/ failed.

Read about the assessment criteria at Diak: https://www.diak.fi/en/assessment/

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

01.08.2023 - 31.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

20 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Hanna Dombret
Groups
  • A49nur

Objective

At the end of the practical training the student is expected to
• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and wellbeing risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify and analyse factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Is able to use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Teaching methods

• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and well-being risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify, and analyze factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Can use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Materials

Can be found in Diakle -platform.

Employer connections

The internship can be completed in a variety of child, adolescent and family care settings where nurses work.

EU directives:
The internship is carried out in an environment where the goals of the internship competence are possible to achieve.

Partly in Diak’s projects.

Student workload

15 ECTS = 400,5 hours.

The number of training hours includes the orientation / planning, implementation and evaluation of the training in different ways

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Further information

Applicable for social services and health care UAS students who have completed their previous studies of the topic.

CHI04 practical training can only be delivered after all previous practices has been approved.

Assessment methods and criteria

The practical placement is evaluated passed/ failed.

Read about the assessment criteria at Diak: https://www.diak.fi/en/assessment/

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

04.09.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Sini Hiltunen
Groups
  • I49sh

Objective

At the end of the practical training the student is expected to
• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and wellbeing risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify and analyse factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Is able to use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Teaching methods

• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and well-being risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify, and analyze factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Can use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Materials

Can be found in Diakle -platform.

Employer connections

The internship can be completed in a variety of child, adolescent and family care settings where nurses work.

EU directives:
The internship is carried out in an environment where the goals of the internship competence are possible to achieve.

Partly in Diak’s projects.

Student workload

15 ECTS = 400,5 hours.

The number of training hours includes the orientation / planning, implementation and evaluation of the training in different ways

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Further information

Applicable for social services and health care UAS students who have completed their previous studies of the topic.

CHI04 practical training can only be delivered after all previous practices has been approved.

Assessment methods and criteria

The practical placement is evaluated passed/ failed.

Read about the assessment criteria at Diak: https://www.diak.fi/en/assessment/

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

04.09.2023 - 26.11.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Mari Pulkkinen
Groups
  • E49sh

Objective

At the end of the practical training the student is expected to
• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and wellbeing risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify and analyse factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Is able to use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Teaching methods

• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and well-being risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify, and analyze factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Can use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Materials

Can be found in Diakle -platform.

Employer connections

The internship can be completed in a variety of child, adolescent and family care settings where nurses work.

EU directives:
The internship is carried out in an environment where the goals of the internship competence are possible to achieve.

Partly in Diak’s projects.

Student workload

15 ECTS = 400,5 hours.

The number of training hours includes the orientation / planning, implementation and evaluation of the training in different ways

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Further information

Applicable for social services and health care UAS students who have completed their previous studies of the topic.

CHI04 practical training can only be delivered after all previous practices has been approved.

Assessment methods and criteria

The practical placement is evaluated passed/ failed.

Read about the assessment criteria at Diak: https://www.diak.fi/en/assessment/

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

04.09.2023 - 26.11.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Sinikka Vuorinen
Groups
  • F49sh

Objective

At the end of the practical training the student is expected to
• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and wellbeing risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify and analyse factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Is able to use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Teaching methods

• Plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-based clinical nursing with children and adolescents according to ethical and economic principles
• Discuss challenges and potential health and well-being risks relating to health promotion with children and families
• Work in various family nursing settings in compliance with ethical and professional standards, the values of family nursing, children’s rights, privacy legislation and applicable regulations
• Develop professional competencies in dealing with families from different and individual backgrounds and in different, individual life stages and settings
• Anticipate, identify, and analyze factors that can promote families’ inclusion or exclusion, and support and guide families in using multiple services
• Independently administer prescribed medical care under supervision
• Can use technological applications and is able to analyze ethical principles related to using technology in care of clients / patients
• Perform professional nursing roles in multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary practice

Materials

Can be found in Diakle -platform.

Employer connections

The internship can be completed in a variety of child, adolescent and family care settings where nurses work.

EU directives:
The internship is carried out in an environment where the goals of the internship competence are possible to achieve.

Partly in Diak’s projects.

Student workload

15 ECTS = 400,5 hours.

The number of training hours includes the orientation / planning, implementation and evaluation of the training in different ways

Qualifications

Suitable for nurses, public health nurses and midwives to specialize and update their competence, or for a student in a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Health Care who has already completed the relevant basic professional studies (The care of children, youth, and families -studies) in their own degree program. A prerequisite for proceeding to the advanced studies is approx. 120 completed credits or other specific reason which has been discussed and agreed with the study guidance counsellor. For Open UAS students’ mastery of the equivalent knowledge (comparable study module of another UAS or adequate work experience as a nurse).

Further information

Applicable for social services and health care UAS students who have completed their previous studies of the topic.

CHI04 practical training can only be delivered after all previous practices has been approved.

Assessment methods and criteria

The practical placement is evaluated passed/ failed.

Read about the assessment criteria at Diak: https://www.diak.fi/en/assessment/

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 19.04.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 50

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA of Social Services
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Early Childhood Education and Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
  • BA of Social Services, Diaconal Work
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Youth Work
Teachers
  • Riina Karjalainen
Groups
  • Diak

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

07.08.2023 - 05.11.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 50

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA of Social Services
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Early Childhood Education and Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
  • BA of Social Services, Diaconal Work
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Youth Work
Teachers
  • Hanna Laurila
Groups
  • Diak

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 14.04.2024

Timing

05.02.2024 - 12.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

3 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 999

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA of Social Services
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Jaana Tilli
  • Julia Sahramäki
Groups
  • Diak

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 14.04.2024

Timing

05.02.2024 - 12.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

2 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 999

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA of Social Services
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Jaana Tilli
  • Julia Sahramäki
Groups
  • Diak

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Timing

05.02.2024 - 28.04.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 30

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eija Tapio
Groups
  • A52sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer verbally
- know how to investigate the customer’s current and previous state of health or life situation
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 13.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tia Virtanen
Groups
  • A52sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer verbally
- know how to investigate the customer’s current and previous state of health or life situation
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

02.07.2023 - 31.07.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 13.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eija Tapio
Groups
  • A52sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer verbally
- know how to investigate the customer’s current and previous state of health or life situation
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 24.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 60

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Ari Hyvärinen
Groups
  • I51sh
    I51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer verbally
- know how to investigate the customer’s current and previous state of health or life situation
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

07.08.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 60

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Juhani Toivanen
Groups
  • E51sh
    E51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer verbally
- know how to investigate the customer’s current and previous state of health or life situation
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

07.08.2023 - 10.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 60

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Jenna Wallin
Groups
  • F51sh
    F51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer verbally
- know how to investigate the customer’s current and previous state of health or life situation
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 15.09.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eija Tapio
Groups
  • A51sh
    A51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer verbally
- know how to investigate the customer’s current and previous state of health or life situation
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

02.07.2023 - 31.07.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 15.09.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tia Virtanen
Groups
  • A51sh
    A51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer verbally
- know how to investigate the customer’s current and previous state of health or life situation
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.02.2024 - 18.02.2024

Timing

01.05.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 30

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Jenna Wallin
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer verbally
- know how to investigate the customer’s current and previous state of health or life situation
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.02.2024 - 18.02.2024

Timing

01.05.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 30

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Jenna Wallin
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer verbally
- know how to investigate the customer’s current and previous state of health or life situation
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

05.02.2024 - 28.04.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 30

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eija Tapio
Groups
  • A52sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer in writing
- know how to appropriately document the information needed in the service
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 13.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tia Virtanen
Groups
  • A52sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer in writing
- know how to appropriately document the information needed in the service
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Enrollment

02.07.2023 - 31.07.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 13.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eija Tapio
Groups
  • A52sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer in writing
- know how to appropriately document the information needed in the service
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 24.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 60

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Ari Hyvärinen
Groups
  • I51sh
    I51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer in writing
- know how to appropriately document the information needed in the service
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

07.08.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 60

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Juhani Toivanen
Groups
  • E51sh
    E51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer in writing
- know how to appropriately document the information needed in the service
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

07.08.2023 - 10.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 60

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Jenna Wallin
Groups
  • F51sh
    F51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer in writing
- know how to appropriately document the information needed in the service
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 15.09.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eija Tapio
Groups
  • A51sh
    A51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer in writing
- know how to appropriately document the information needed in the service
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Enrollment

02.07.2023 - 31.07.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 15.09.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tia Virtanen
Groups
  • A51sh
    A51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer in writing
- know how to appropriately document the information needed in the service
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Evaluation scale

0-5

Timing

01.05.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 30

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Jenna Wallin
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer in writing
- know how to appropriately document the information needed in the service
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Timing

01.05.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

1 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 30

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Jenna Wallin
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
- know how to communicate in multi-professional and multicultural settings (objective is to reach the European CEFR level B2)
- know how to advise the customer in writing
- know how to appropriately document the information needed in the service
- know how to use and understand the key professional vocabulary and concepts

Content

- intercultural communication
- customer situations
- professional vocabulary and topics in the student’s field

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

29.01.2024 - 26.04.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

2 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA of Social Services
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Early Childhood Education and Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
  • BA of Social Services, Diaconal Work
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Youth Work
Teachers
  • Tia Virtanen
Groups
  • Diak

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.02.2024 - 18.02.2024

Timing

01.05.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Virtual portion

2 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 30

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA of Social Services
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Early Childhood Education and Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
  • BA of Social Services, Diaconal Work
  • BA of Social Services, Christian Youth Work
Teachers
  • Jenna Wallin
Groups
  • Diak

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 18.02.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 80

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Takku
  • Ulla Lahtela
Groups
  • A50sh
    A50sh
  • Diak
  • F51sh
    F51sh
  • A52sh-lh
  • A51sha
    A51sha
  • A51sh
    A51sh
  • I51sh
    I51sh
  • E51sh
    E51sh

Objective

Students
• know how to analyse and assess changes in the vital functions and organs of the elderly
• know how to act ethically as a specialist of gerontological clinical nursing by applying multidisciplinary information and good practices in an evidence-based manner
• know how to assess the impact and quality of nursing and services
• know how to apply their pharmacotherapy knowledge as they plan, execute and assess a customer’s/patient’s pharmacotherapy

Content

• identifying and controlling acute situations
• care and rehabilitation of chronic diseases
• pharmacotherapy
• multidisciplinary and evidence-based knowledge
• ethicality
• multidisciplinary activities
• impact and quality of nursing and services

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.02.2024 - 18.02.2024

Timing

01.05.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 70

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Takku
  • Ulla Lahtela
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
• know how to analyse and assess changes in the vital functions and organs of the elderly
• know how to act ethically as a specialist of gerontological clinical nursing by applying multidisciplinary information and good practices in an evidence-based manner
• know how to assess the impact and quality of nursing and services
• know how to apply their pharmacotherapy knowledge as they plan, execute and assess a customer’s/patient’s pharmacotherapy

Content

• identifying and controlling acute situations
• care and rehabilitation of chronic diseases
• pharmacotherapy
• multidisciplinary and evidence-based knowledge
• ethicality
• multidisciplinary activities
• impact and quality of nursing and services

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

21.08.2023 - 08.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 80

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Titta Riihimäki
  • Tiina Takku
Groups
  • A49sha
  • E49sh
  • A50sh-lh
    A50sh-lh
  • F49sh
  • I49sh
  • A49sh

Objective

Students
• know how to look for and utilise appropriate technological solutions as they support the wellbeing of the elderly
• know how to assess the role of technological solutions in elder care
• know how to use technology as part of their expertise and assess the applicability, ethicality and safety of technological solutions
• know how to support an aging person and their immediate circle in implementing and using technological solutions

Content

• health technology and elder care
• gerontechnological solutions
• ethicality, applicability and safety

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

05.02.2024 - 21.04.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eeva Kivelä
Groups
  • A50sh
    A50sh

Objective

Students
• know how to predict, identify and assess changes and resources related to the health, ability to function and wellbeing of the elderly
• know how to plan, execute and assess evidence-based elder care in multi-professional collaboration and with a working method that respects a good and safe life as well as an individual lifestyle, culture and values
• know how to plan, implement and assess holistic pharmacotherapy and consider the functional changes in an older person’s organs
• know how to independently and under supervision administer the prescribed pharmacotherapy for the customer/patient
• know how to support and guide an aging person and their immediate circle, respect their experiences and opinions, listen to them and strengthen their inclusion and agency
• know how to utilise various working methods of gerontological nursing, promotion of health and the ability to function, prevention of insufficiency and health technology applications in elder care and self-care
• know how to analyse and assess the ethical challenges related to elder care and the use of health technology applications
• know how to present development suggestions as a basis of ethically sustainable elder care

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 19.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Ulla Lahtela

Objective

Students
• know how to predict, identify and assess changes and resources related to the health, ability to function and wellbeing of the elderly
• know how to plan, execute and assess evidence-based elder care in multi-professional collaboration and with a working method that respects a good and safe life as well as an individual lifestyle, culture and values
• know how to plan, implement and assess holistic pharmacotherapy and consider the functional changes in an older person’s organs
• know how to independently and under supervision administer the prescribed pharmacotherapy for the customer/patient
• know how to support and guide an aging person and their immediate circle, respect their experiences and opinions, listen to them and strengthen their inclusion and agency
• know how to utilise various working methods of gerontological nursing, promotion of health and the ability to function, prevention of insufficiency and health technology applications in elder care and self-care
• know how to analyse and assess the ethical challenges related to elder care and the use of health technology applications
• know how to present development suggestions as a basis of ethically sustainable elder care

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

02.01.2024 - 02.06.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Takku

Objective

Students
• know how to predict, identify and assess changes and resources related to the health, ability to function and wellbeing of the elderly
• know how to plan, execute and assess evidence-based elder care in multi-professional collaboration and with a working method that respects a good and safe life as well as an individual lifestyle, culture and values
• know how to plan, implement and assess holistic pharmacotherapy and consider the functional changes in an older person’s organs
• know how to independently and under supervision administer the prescribed pharmacotherapy for the customer/patient
• know how to support and guide an aging person and their immediate circle, respect their experiences and opinions, listen to them and strengthen their inclusion and agency
• know how to utilise various working methods of gerontological nursing, promotion of health and the ability to function, prevention of insufficiency and health technology applications in elder care and self-care
• know how to analyse and assess the ethical challenges related to elder care and the use of health technology applications
• know how to present development suggestions as a basis of ethically sustainable elder care

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

02.01.2024 - 02.06.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Sinikka Paukkunen

Objective

Students
• know how to predict, identify and assess changes and resources related to the health, ability to function and wellbeing of the elderly
• know how to plan, execute and assess evidence-based elder care in multi-professional collaboration and with a working method that respects a good and safe life as well as an individual lifestyle, culture and values
• know how to plan, implement and assess holistic pharmacotherapy and consider the functional changes in an older person’s organs
• know how to independently and under supervision administer the prescribed pharmacotherapy for the customer/patient
• know how to support and guide an aging person and their immediate circle, respect their experiences and opinions, listen to them and strengthen their inclusion and agency
• know how to utilise various working methods of gerontological nursing, promotion of health and the ability to function, prevention of insufficiency and health technology applications in elder care and self-care
• know how to analyse and assess the ethical challenges related to elder care and the use of health technology applications
• know how to present development suggestions as a basis of ethically sustainable elder care

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 17.11.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A49sha
  • A50sh-lh
    A50sh-lh
  • A49sh

Objective

Students
• know how to predict, identify and assess changes and resources related to the health, ability to function and wellbeing of the elderly
• know how to plan, execute and assess evidence-based elder care in multi-professional collaboration and with a working method that respects a good and safe life as well as an individual lifestyle, culture and values
• know how to plan, implement and assess holistic pharmacotherapy and consider the functional changes in an older person’s organs
• know how to independently and under supervision administer the prescribed pharmacotherapy for the customer/patient
• know how to support and guide an aging person and their immediate circle, respect their experiences and opinions, listen to them and strengthen their inclusion and agency
• know how to utilise various working methods of gerontological nursing, promotion of health and the ability to function, prevention of insufficiency and health technology applications in elder care and self-care
• know how to analyse and assess the ethical challenges related to elder care and the use of health technology applications
• know how to present development suggestions as a basis of ethically sustainable elder care

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

04.09.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Johanna Pirttisalo
  • Ulla Lahtela
Groups
  • I49sh

Objective

Students
• know how to predict, identify and assess changes and resources related to the health, ability to function and wellbeing of the elderly
• know how to plan, execute and assess evidence-based elder care in multi-professional collaboration and with a working method that respects a good and safe life as well as an individual lifestyle, culture and values
• know how to plan, implement and assess holistic pharmacotherapy and consider the functional changes in an older person’s organs
• know how to independently and under supervision administer the prescribed pharmacotherapy for the customer/patient
• know how to support and guide an aging person and their immediate circle, respect their experiences and opinions, listen to them and strengthen their inclusion and agency
• know how to utilise various working methods of gerontological nursing, promotion of health and the ability to function, prevention of insufficiency and health technology applications in elder care and self-care
• know how to analyse and assess the ethical challenges related to elder care and the use of health technology applications
• know how to present development suggestions as a basis of ethically sustainable elder care

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

04.09.2023 - 26.11.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Takku
Groups
  • E49sh

Objective

Students
• know how to predict, identify and assess changes and resources related to the health, ability to function and wellbeing of the elderly
• know how to plan, execute and assess evidence-based elder care in multi-professional collaboration and with a working method that respects a good and safe life as well as an individual lifestyle, culture and values
• know how to plan, implement and assess holistic pharmacotherapy and consider the functional changes in an older person’s organs
• know how to independently and under supervision administer the prescribed pharmacotherapy for the customer/patient
• know how to support and guide an aging person and their immediate circle, respect their experiences and opinions, listen to them and strengthen their inclusion and agency
• know how to utilise various working methods of gerontological nursing, promotion of health and the ability to function, prevention of insufficiency and health technology applications in elder care and self-care
• know how to analyse and assess the ethical challenges related to elder care and the use of health technology applications
• know how to present development suggestions as a basis of ethically sustainable elder care

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

04.09.2023 - 26.11.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Sinikka Vuorinen
Groups
  • F49sh

Objective

Students
• know how to predict, identify and assess changes and resources related to the health, ability to function and wellbeing of the elderly
• know how to plan, execute and assess evidence-based elder care in multi-professional collaboration and with a working method that respects a good and safe life as well as an individual lifestyle, culture and values
• know how to plan, implement and assess holistic pharmacotherapy and consider the functional changes in an older person’s organs
• know how to independently and under supervision administer the prescribed pharmacotherapy for the customer/patient
• know how to support and guide an aging person and their immediate circle, respect their experiences and opinions, listen to them and strengthen their inclusion and agency
• know how to utilise various working methods of gerontological nursing, promotion of health and the ability to function, prevention of insufficiency and health technology applications in elder care and self-care
• know how to analyse and assess the ethical challenges related to elder care and the use of health technology applications
• know how to present development suggestions as a basis of ethically sustainable elder care

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

01.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Sinikka Paukkunen
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
  • Niina Patronen
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to create a care and customer relationship and assess their readiness to encounter the patient and customer holistically while considering the diversity and multiculturality of humans
- know how to observe and respond to humans’ daily needs and document their observations by applying the nursing process model
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to act according to nursing principles
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

22.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Erja Eskelinen
  • Suvi Vierelä
Groups
  • HKI-K24sh

Objective

Students
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to create a care and customer relationship and assess their readiness to encounter the patient and customer holistically while considering the diversity and multiculturality of humans
- know how to observe and respond to humans’ daily needs and document their observations by applying the nursing process model
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to act according to nursing principles
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

30.10.2023 - 08.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Erja Eskelinen
  • Linnea Jokinen
Groups
  • HKI-S23sh

Objective

Students
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to create a care and customer relationship and assess their readiness to encounter the patient and customer holistically while considering the diversity and multiculturality of humans
- know how to observe and respond to humans’ daily needs and document their observations by applying the nursing process model
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to act according to nursing principles
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Nina Niemelä
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Leena Jurvelin
Groups
  • OUL-S23sh-lh
    OUL-S23sh-lh
  • OUL-S23sh
    OUL-S23sh

Objective

Students
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to create a care and customer relationship and assess their readiness to encounter the patient and customer holistically while considering the diversity and multiculturality of humans
- know how to observe and respond to humans’ daily needs and document their observations by applying the nursing process model
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to act according to nursing principles
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

30.10.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Takku
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
Groups
  • PMK-S23sh

Objective

Students
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to create a care and customer relationship and assess their readiness to encounter the patient and customer holistically while considering the diversity and multiculturality of humans
- know how to observe and respond to humans’ daily needs and document their observations by applying the nursing process model
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to act according to nursing principles
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

30.10.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Pauliina Kuusisto
Groups
  • POR-S23th
  • POR-S23sh

Objective

Students
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to create a care and customer relationship and assess their readiness to encounter the patient and customer holistically while considering the diversity and multiculturality of humans
- know how to observe and respond to humans’ daily needs and document their observations by applying the nursing process model
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to act according to nursing principles
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

22.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Erja Eskelinen
  • Elina Pettinen
  • Suvi Vierelä
Groups
  • HKI-S23sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of patients/customers in their nursing and guidance
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to execute a verbal and visual patient guidance presentation under supervision and consider the life history and living environment of the patient in the guidance
- know how to identify the nursing needs of a patient and customer as well as act and assess their own competence according to the national nursing process model
- know how to document nursing and communicate orally
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify pharmacotherapy risks in their own operations and act according to pharmacotherapy competence requirements and responsibility
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set professional development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

29.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Erja Eskelinen
  • Suvi Vierelä
Groups
  • HKI-K24sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of patients/customers in their nursing and guidance
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to execute a verbal and visual patient guidance presentation under supervision and consider the life history and living environment of the patient in the guidance
- know how to identify the nursing needs of a patient and customer as well as act and assess their own competence according to the national nursing process model
- know how to document nursing and communicate orally
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify pharmacotherapy risks in their own operations and act according to pharmacotherapy competence requirements and responsibility
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set professional development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

04.03.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 100

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Leena Jurvelin
  • Hanna-Leena Huttunen
  • Ulla Lahtela
Groups
  • OUL-S23sh
    OUL-S23sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of patients/customers in their nursing and guidance
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to execute a verbal and visual patient guidance presentation under supervision and consider the life history and living environment of the patient in the guidance
- know how to identify the nursing needs of a patient and customer as well as act and assess their own competence according to the national nursing process model
- know how to document nursing and communicate orally
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify pharmacotherapy risks in their own operations and act according to pharmacotherapy competence requirements and responsibility
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set professional development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

11.03.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus
  • Pieksämäki
Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Takku
  • Suvi Vierelä
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
Groups
  • PMK-S23sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of patients/customers in their nursing and guidance
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to execute a verbal and visual patient guidance presentation under supervision and consider the life history and living environment of the patient in the guidance
- know how to identify the nursing needs of a patient and customer as well as act and assess their own competence according to the national nursing process model
- know how to document nursing and communicate orally
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify pharmacotherapy risks in their own operations and act according to pharmacotherapy competence requirements and responsibility
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set professional development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

25.03.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Mirja Isoviita
Groups
  • POR-S23sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of patients/customers in their nursing and guidance
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to execute a verbal and visual patient guidance presentation under supervision and consider the life history and living environment of the patient in the guidance
- know how to identify the nursing needs of a patient and customer as well as act and assess their own competence according to the national nursing process model
- know how to document nursing and communicate orally
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify pharmacotherapy risks in their own operations and act according to pharmacotherapy competence requirements and responsibility
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set professional development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

02.07.2023 - 31.07.2023

Timing

01.08.2023 - 31.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of patients/customers in their nursing and guidance
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to execute a verbal and visual patient guidance presentation under supervision and consider the life history and living environment of the patient in the guidance
- know how to identify the nursing needs of a patient and customer as well as act and assess their own competence according to the national nursing process model
- know how to document nursing and communicate orally
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify pharmacotherapy risks in their own operations and act according to pharmacotherapy competence requirements and responsibility
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set professional development objectives

Evaluation scale

0-5

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

09.10.2023 - 24.11.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Erja Eskelinen
  • Piia Kekäläinen
Groups
  • A54sh
    A54sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of patients/customers in their nursing and guidance
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to execute a verbal and visual patient guidance presentation under supervision and consider the life history and living environment of the patient in the guidance
- know how to identify the nursing needs of a patient and customer as well as act and assess their own competence according to the national nursing process model
- know how to document nursing and communicate orally
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify pharmacotherapy risks in their own operations and act according to pharmacotherapy competence requirements and responsibility
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set professional development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

06.11.2023 - 17.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

84 % Contact teaching, 16 % Distance learning

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Nina Niemelä
  • Leena Jurvelin
Groups
  • OUL-S23sh-lh
    OUL-S23sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of patients/customers in their nursing and guidance
- know how to act according to the operating environment’s data security and protection practices and patient and customer safety practices
- know how to execute a verbal and visual patient guidance presentation under supervision and consider the life history and living environment of the patient in the guidance
- know how to identify the nursing needs of a patient and customer as well as act and assess their own competence according to the national nursing process model
- know how to document nursing and communicate orally
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify pharmacotherapy risks in their own operations and act according to pharmacotherapy competence requirements and responsibility
- know how to assess the realisation of their objectives and work placement plan and set professional development objectives

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

01.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Pauliina Kuusisto
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

29.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
  • Paula Kukko
  • Suvi Vierelä
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A54sh
    A54sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

29.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 100

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Ervelius
  • Marjut Ikonen
Groups
  • OUL-S23sh-lh
    OUL-S23sh-lh
  • I54shd
    I54shd

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

09.10.2023 - 22.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
  • Linda Hublin
  • Paula Kukko
  • Niina Patronen
Groups
  • A53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 01.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
Groups
  • A54sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

09.10.2023 - 22.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A53sha

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 24.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Marjut Ikonen
  • Leena Jurvelin
  • Terhi Kaakinen
Groups
  • I53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 19.11.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Takku
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
  • Terhi Kaakinen
Groups
  • E53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

09.10.2023 - 24.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Pauliina Kuusisto
  • Sinikka Vuorinen
Groups
  • F53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

01.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Pauliina Kuusisto
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

29.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
  • Paula Kukko
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A54sh
    A54sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

29.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 100

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Ervelius
  • Marjut Ikonen
Groups
  • OUL-S23sh-lh
    OUL-S23sh-lh
  • I54shd
    I54shd

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

09.10.2023 - 22.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
  • Linda Hublin
  • Paula Kukko
  • Niina Patronen
Groups
  • A53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 01.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Kristiina Rosqvist
Groups
  • A54sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

09.10.2023 - 22.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Aino-Maaria Kokkonen
Groups
  • A53sha

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 24.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Marjut Ikonen
  • Leena Jurvelin
  • Terhi Kaakinen
Groups
  • I53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 19.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Takku
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
  • Terhi Kaakinen
Groups
  • E53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

09.10.2023 - 24.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Pauliina Kuusisto
  • Sinikka Vuorinen
Groups
  • F53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to execute the basics of medical treatment under supervision when nursing patients in a typical operating environment and act according to patient safety
- know how to draft a treatment plan based on the nursing process and communicate their work orally and in writing
- know how to guide the patient and their immediate circle individually in the treatment of diseases, rehabilitation and self-monitoring
- know how to observe and identify factors that endanger the patient’s health and implement methods of early intervention
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptic way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in adult nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in adult nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

05.02.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eeva Kivelä
  • Linnea Jokinen
Groups
  • A53sh

Objective

Objectives for the work placement in elder care
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of the elderly in nursing and guidance
- know how to support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of the elderly
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in holistic elder care
- know how to consider the health promotion, family caregiving and support needs of the immediate circle of the elderly in the patient’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation of the elderly in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the elderly and their immediately circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the elderly and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in elder care in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in elder care

Objectives for the work placement in home nursing
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers in nursing and guidance carried out at home
- know how to assess and support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of a home nursing customer
- know how to utilise and apply assessment methods of the customer’s need for treatment to identify changes in the customer’s wellbeing
- know how to plan and assess the customer’s treatment and factors endangering their health
- know how to implement the customer’s treatment according to the treatment plan
- know how to consider health promotion and service needs of the customer and their immediate circle in the customer’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the customer and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the customer relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the customer and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in home nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in home nursing

Further information

Primarily, the student will complete their work placement in home nursing. If this is not possible, it must be completed at some other point during the degree programme. The student will arrange this separately, and it will be noted in their personal study plan.

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 18.02.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eeva Kivelä
  • Linnea Jokinen
Groups
  • A54sh-lh

Objective

Objectives for the work placement in elder care
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of the elderly in nursing and guidance
- know how to support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of the elderly
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in holistic elder care
- know how to consider the health promotion, family caregiving and support needs of the immediate circle of the elderly in the patient’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation of the elderly in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the elderly and their immediately circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the elderly and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in elder care in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in elder care

Objectives for the work placement in home nursing
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers in nursing and guidance carried out at home
- know how to assess and support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of a home nursing customer
- know how to utilise and apply assessment methods of the customer’s need for treatment to identify changes in the customer’s wellbeing
- know how to plan and assess the customer’s treatment and factors endangering their health
- know how to implement the customer’s treatment according to the treatment plan
- know how to consider health promotion and service needs of the customer and their immediate circle in the customer’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the customer and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the customer relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the customer and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in home nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in home nursing

Further information

Primarily, the student will complete their work placement in home nursing. If this is not possible, it must be completed at some other point during the degree programme. The student will arrange this separately, and it will be noted in their personal study plan.

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

12.02.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eeva Kivelä
  • Linnea Jokinen
Groups
  • A53sha

Objective

Objectives for the work placement in elder care
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of the elderly in nursing and guidance
- know how to support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of the elderly
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in holistic elder care
- know how to consider the health promotion, family caregiving and support needs of the immediate circle of the elderly in the patient’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation of the elderly in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the elderly and their immediately circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the elderly and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in elder care in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in elder care

Objectives for the work placement in home nursing
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers in nursing and guidance carried out at home
- know how to assess and support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of a home nursing customer
- know how to utilise and apply assessment methods of the customer’s need for treatment to identify changes in the customer’s wellbeing
- know how to plan and assess the customer’s treatment and factors endangering their health
- know how to implement the customer’s treatment according to the treatment plan
- know how to consider health promotion and service needs of the customer and their immediate circle in the customer’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the customer and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the customer relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the customer and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in home nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in home nursing

Further information

Primarily, the student will complete their work placement in home nursing. If this is not possible, it must be completed at some other point during the degree programme. The student will arrange this separately, and it will be noted in their personal study plan.

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

05.02.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Hanna-Leena Huttunen
  • Ulla Lahtela
Groups
  • I53sh

Objective

Objectives for the work placement in elder care
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of the elderly in nursing and guidance
- know how to support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of the elderly
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in holistic elder care
- know how to consider the health promotion, family caregiving and support needs of the immediate circle of the elderly in the patient’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation of the elderly in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the elderly and their immediately circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the elderly and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in elder care in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in elder care

Objectives for the work placement in home nursing
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers in nursing and guidance carried out at home
- know how to assess and support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of a home nursing customer
- know how to utilise and apply assessment methods of the customer’s need for treatment to identify changes in the customer’s wellbeing
- know how to plan and assess the customer’s treatment and factors endangering their health
- know how to implement the customer’s treatment according to the treatment plan
- know how to consider health promotion and service needs of the customer and their immediate circle in the customer’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the customer and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the customer relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the customer and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in home nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in home nursing

Further information

Primarily, the student will complete their work placement in home nursing. If this is not possible, it must be completed at some other point during the degree programme. The student will arrange this separately, and it will be noted in their personal study plan.

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

01.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Takku
  • Hanna Kolehmainen
Groups
  • E53sh

Objective

Objectives for the work placement in elder care
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of the elderly in nursing and guidance
- know how to support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of the elderly
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in holistic elder care
- know how to consider the health promotion, family caregiving and support needs of the immediate circle of the elderly in the patient’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation of the elderly in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the elderly and their immediately circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the elderly and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in elder care in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in elder care

Objectives for the work placement in home nursing
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers in nursing and guidance carried out at home
- know how to assess and support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of a home nursing customer
- know how to utilise and apply assessment methods of the customer’s need for treatment to identify changes in the customer’s wellbeing
- know how to plan and assess the customer’s treatment and factors endangering their health
- know how to implement the customer’s treatment according to the treatment plan
- know how to consider health promotion and service needs of the customer and their immediate circle in the customer’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the customer and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the customer relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the customer and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in home nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in home nursing

Further information

Primarily, the student will complete their work placement in home nursing. If this is not possible, it must be completed at some other point during the degree programme. The student will arrange this separately, and it will be noted in their personal study plan.

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

19.02.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Sinikka Paukkunen
Groups
  • F53sh

Objective

Objectives for the work placement in elder care
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of the elderly in nursing and guidance
- know how to support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of the elderly
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in holistic elder care
- know how to consider the health promotion, family caregiving and support needs of the immediate circle of the elderly in the patient’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation of the elderly in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the elderly and their immediately circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the elderly and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in elder care in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in elder care

Objectives for the work placement in home nursing
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers in nursing and guidance carried out at home
- know how to assess and support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of a home nursing customer
- know how to utilise and apply assessment methods of the customer’s need for treatment to identify changes in the customer’s wellbeing
- know how to plan and assess the customer’s treatment and factors endangering their health
- know how to implement the customer’s treatment according to the treatment plan
- know how to consider health promotion and service needs of the customer and their immediate circle in the customer’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the customer and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the customer relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the customer and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in home nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in home nursing

Further information

Primarily, the student will complete their work placement in home nursing. If this is not possible, it must be completed at some other point during the degree programme. The student will arrange this separately, and it will be noted in their personal study plan.

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

01.08.2023 - 31.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 200

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Sinikka Paukkunen
  • Tiina Takku
  • Ulla Lahtela
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Objectives for the work placement in elder care
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of the elderly in nursing and guidance
- know how to support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of the elderly
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in holistic elder care
- know how to consider the health promotion, family caregiving and support needs of the immediate circle of the elderly in the patient’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation of the elderly in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the elderly and their immediately circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the elderly and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in elder care in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in elder care

Objectives for the work placement in home nursing
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers in nursing and guidance carried out at home
- know how to assess and support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of a home nursing customer
- know how to utilise and apply assessment methods of the customer’s need for treatment to identify changes in the customer’s wellbeing
- know how to plan and assess the customer’s treatment and factors endangering their health
- know how to implement the customer’s treatment according to the treatment plan
- know how to consider health promotion and service needs of the customer and their immediate circle in the customer’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the customer and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the customer relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the customer and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in home nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in home nursing

Further information

Primarily, the student will complete their work placement in home nursing. If this is not possible, it must be completed at some other point during the degree programme. The student will arrange this separately, and it will be noted in their personal study plan.

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

18.09.2023 - 15.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 300

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eeva Kivelä
  • Linnea Jokinen
Groups
  • A52sh

Objective

Objectives for the work placement in elder care
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of the elderly in nursing and guidance
- know how to support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of the elderly
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in holistic elder care
- know how to consider the health promotion, family caregiving and support needs of the immediate circle of the elderly in the patient’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation of the elderly in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the elderly and their immediately circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the elderly and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in elder care in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in elder care

Objectives for the work placement in home nursing
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers in nursing and guidance carried out at home
- know how to assess and support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of a home nursing customer
- know how to utilise and apply assessment methods of the customer’s need for treatment to identify changes in the customer’s wellbeing
- know how to plan and assess the customer’s treatment and factors endangering their health
- know how to implement the customer’s treatment according to the treatment plan
- know how to consider health promotion and service needs of the customer and their immediate circle in the customer’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the customer and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the customer relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the customer and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in home nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in home nursing

Further information

Primarily, the student will complete their work placement in home nursing. If this is not possible, it must be completed at some other point during the degree programme. The student will arrange this separately, and it will be noted in their personal study plan.

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 05.11.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care, Public Health Care
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Terhi Kaakinen
  • Ulla Lahtela
Groups
  • I52shd

Objective

Objectives for the work placement in elder care
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of the elderly in nursing and guidance
- know how to support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of the elderly
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in holistic elder care
- know how to consider the health promotion, family caregiving and support needs of the immediate circle of the elderly in the patient’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation of the elderly in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the elderly and their immediately circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the elderly and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in elder care in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in elder care

Objectives for the work placement in home nursing
Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers in nursing and guidance carried out at home
- know how to assess and support the wellbeing, ability to function and quality of life of a home nursing customer
- know how to utilise and apply assessment methods of the customer’s need for treatment to identify changes in the customer’s wellbeing
- know how to plan and assess the customer’s treatment and factors endangering their health
- know how to implement the customer’s treatment according to the treatment plan
- know how to consider health promotion and service needs of the customer and their immediate circle in the customer’s treatment
- know how to identify signs of disadvantage and marginalisation in the patients at the work placement and their immediate circle and act according to ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the customer and their immediate circle and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the customer relationship
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to network and guide the customer and their immediate circle to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- understand the significance of a multidisciplinary team and know how to act according to its operating principles
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in home nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess their professional growth phase and present development challenges in home nursing

Further information

Primarily, the student will complete their work placement in home nursing. If this is not possible, it must be completed at some other point during the degree programme. The student will arrange this separately, and it will be noted in their personal study plan.

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

05.02.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eeva Kivelä
  • Eeva Nykänen
  • Linnea Jokinen
Groups
  • A53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers/patients in the treatment of illnesses and rehabilitation
- know how to apply the basics of medical care in nursing
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to create and maintain treatment-based interaction
- know how to support the customer/patient in utilising online self-care methods to support their rehabilitation
- know how to consider the family and close network and support their adaptation and inclusion in the various phases of the rehabilitation process
- understand the significance of job supervision in mental health and substance abuse work
- know how to apply creative and functional methods in substance abuse and mental health work
- know how to support the customer/patient in an acute crisis
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient/customer and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in mental health and substance abuse work in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to critically analyse and assess their values and attitudes in their professional activities and set development challenges

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

11.03.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Henna Mäkinen
  • Eeva Kivelä
  • Eeva Nykänen
  • Pia Tauriainen
Groups
  • A54sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers/patients in the treatment of illnesses and rehabilitation
- know how to apply the basics of medical care in nursing
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to create and maintain treatment-based interaction
- know how to support the customer/patient in utilising online self-care methods to support their rehabilitation
- know how to consider the family and close network and support their adaptation and inclusion in the various phases of the rehabilitation process
- understand the significance of job supervision in mental health and substance abuse work
- know how to apply creative and functional methods in substance abuse and mental health work
- know how to support the customer/patient in an acute crisis
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient/customer and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in mental health and substance abuse work in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to critically analyse and assess their values and attitudes in their professional activities and set development challenges

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

12.02.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Pia Tauriainen
Groups
  • A53sha

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers/patients in the treatment of illnesses and rehabilitation
- know how to apply the basics of medical care in nursing
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to create and maintain treatment-based interaction
- know how to support the customer/patient in utilising online self-care methods to support their rehabilitation
- know how to consider the family and close network and support their adaptation and inclusion in the various phases of the rehabilitation process
- understand the significance of job supervision in mental health and substance abuse work
- know how to apply creative and functional methods in substance abuse and mental health work
- know how to support the customer/patient in an acute crisis
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient/customer and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in mental health and substance abuse work in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to critically analyse and assess their values and attitudes in their professional activities and set development challenges

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

05.02.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Johanna Pirttisalo
  • Niina Patronen
Groups
  • I53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers/patients in the treatment of illnesses and rehabilitation
- know how to apply the basics of medical care in nursing
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to create and maintain treatment-based interaction
- know how to support the customer/patient in utilising online self-care methods to support their rehabilitation
- know how to consider the family and close network and support their adaptation and inclusion in the various phases of the rehabilitation process
- understand the significance of job supervision in mental health and substance abuse work
- know how to apply creative and functional methods in substance abuse and mental health work
- know how to support the customer/patient in an acute crisis
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient/customer and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in mental health and substance abuse work in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to critically analyse and assess their values and attitudes in their professional activities and set development challenges

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 03.03.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Johanna Pirttisalo
  • Niina Patronen
Groups
  • I52shd

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers/patients in the treatment of illnesses and rehabilitation
- know how to apply the basics of medical care in nursing
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to create and maintain treatment-based interaction
- know how to support the customer/patient in utilising online self-care methods to support their rehabilitation
- know how to consider the family and close network and support their adaptation and inclusion in the various phases of the rehabilitation process
- understand the significance of job supervision in mental health and substance abuse work
- know how to apply creative and functional methods in substance abuse and mental health work
- know how to support the customer/patient in an acute crisis
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient/customer and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in mental health and substance abuse work in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to critically analyse and assess their values and attitudes in their professional activities and set development challenges

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

01.04.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Eeva Nykänen
  • Johanna Pirttisalo
Groups
  • E53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers/patients in the treatment of illnesses and rehabilitation
- know how to apply the basics of medical care in nursing
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to create and maintain treatment-based interaction
- know how to support the customer/patient in utilising online self-care methods to support their rehabilitation
- know how to consider the family and close network and support their adaptation and inclusion in the various phases of the rehabilitation process
- understand the significance of job supervision in mental health and substance abuse work
- know how to apply creative and functional methods in substance abuse and mental health work
- know how to support the customer/patient in an acute crisis
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient/customer and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in mental health and substance abuse work in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to critically analyse and assess their values and attitudes in their professional activities and set development challenges

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

19.02.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Sinikka Paukkunen
  • Mirva Heikkilä-Tyni
Groups
  • F53sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers/patients in the treatment of illnesses and rehabilitation
- know how to apply the basics of medical care in nursing
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to create and maintain treatment-based interaction
- know how to support the customer/patient in utilising online self-care methods to support their rehabilitation
- know how to consider the family and close network and support their adaptation and inclusion in the various phases of the rehabilitation process
- understand the significance of job supervision in mental health and substance abuse work
- know how to apply creative and functional methods in substance abuse and mental health work
- know how to support the customer/patient in an acute crisis
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient/customer and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in mental health and substance abuse work in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to critically analyse and assess their values and attitudes in their professional activities and set development challenges

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

01.08.2023 - 31.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Sinikka Paukkunen
  • Johanna Pirttisalo
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers/patients in the treatment of illnesses and rehabilitation
- know how to apply the basics of medical care in nursing
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to create and maintain treatment-based interaction
- know how to support the customer/patient in utilising online self-care methods to support their rehabilitation
- know how to consider the family and close network and support their adaptation and inclusion in the various phases of the rehabilitation process
- understand the significance of job supervision in mental health and substance abuse work
- know how to apply creative and functional methods in substance abuse and mental health work
- know how to support the customer/patient in an acute crisis
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient/customer and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in mental health and substance abuse work in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to critically analyse and assess their values and attitudes in their professional activities and set development challenges

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

18.09.2023 - 15.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 200

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Pia Tauriainen
  • Eeva Nykänen
Groups
  • A52sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of the diversity, multiculturality and life history of customers/patients in the treatment of illnesses and rehabilitation
- know how to apply the basics of medical care in nursing
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to create and maintain treatment-based interaction
- know how to support the customer/patient in utilising online self-care methods to support their rehabilitation
- know how to consider the family and close network and support their adaptation and inclusion in the various phases of the rehabilitation process
- understand the significance of job supervision in mental health and substance abuse work
- know how to apply creative and functional methods in substance abuse and mental health work
- know how to support the customer/patient in an acute crisis
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual support of the patient/customer and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to guide the customer/patient to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in mental health and substance abuse work in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to critically analyse and assess their values and attitudes in their professional activities and set development challenges

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

01.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Mirja Isoviita
  • Mari Pulkkinen
  • Sini Hiltunen
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of diversity, multiculturality and life situation of children, adolescents and families in health promotion and guidance
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in the nursing of children and adolescents typical to the operating environment
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptically correct way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to support the adolescent and their family to utilise online self-care methods to support their self-care of diseases and rehabilitation
- know how to identify the need for early invention in the child’s, adolescent’s and family’s life and use early-intervention and empowering working methods
- know how to identify threats and characteristics of disadvantage and marginalisation in children, adolescents and families and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual growth and support in children and adolescents and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to support relationships and parenthood
- know how to guide adolescents and their family to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in child, adolescent and family nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess the phase of their professional growth and present development challenges in child, adolescent and family nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

04.03.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 600

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Elina Pettinen
  • Sabina Hentilä
Groups
  • A52sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of diversity, multiculturality and life situation of children, adolescents and families in health promotion and guidance
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in the nursing of children and adolescents typical to the operating environment
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptically correct way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to support the adolescent and their family to utilise online self-care methods to support their self-care of diseases and rehabilitation
- know how to identify the need for early invention in the child’s, adolescent’s and family’s life and use early-intervention and empowering working methods
- know how to identify threats and characteristics of disadvantage and marginalisation in children, adolescents and families and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual growth and support in children and adolescents and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to support relationships and parenthood
- know how to guide adolescents and their family to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in child, adolescent and family nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess the phase of their professional growth and present development challenges in child, adolescent and family nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 01.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Inga Klen
  • Hanna Dombret
  • Elina Pettinen
  • Pirkko Natri
Groups
  • A51sh
    A51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of diversity, multiculturality and life situation of children, adolescents and families in health promotion and guidance
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in the nursing of children and adolescents typical to the operating environment
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptically correct way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to support the adolescent and their family to utilise online self-care methods to support their self-care of diseases and rehabilitation
- know how to identify the need for early invention in the child’s, adolescent’s and family’s life and use early-intervention and empowering working methods
- know how to identify threats and characteristics of disadvantage and marginalisation in children, adolescents and families and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual growth and support in children and adolescents and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to support relationships and parenthood
- know how to guide adolescents and their family to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in child, adolescent and family nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess the phase of their professional growth and present development challenges in child, adolescent and family nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

16.10.2023 - 01.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Elina Pettinen
  • Pirkko Natri
Groups
  • A52sh-lh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of diversity, multiculturality and life situation of children, adolescents and families in health promotion and guidance
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in the nursing of children and adolescents typical to the operating environment
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptically correct way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to support the adolescent and their family to utilise online self-care methods to support their self-care of diseases and rehabilitation
- know how to identify the need for early invention in the child’s, adolescent’s and family’s life and use early-intervention and empowering working methods
- know how to identify threats and characteristics of disadvantage and marginalisation in children, adolescents and families and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual growth and support in children and adolescents and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to support relationships and parenthood
- know how to guide adolescents and their family to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in child, adolescent and family nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess the phase of their professional growth and present development challenges in child, adolescent and family nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

18.09.2023 - 08.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Elina Pettinen
  • Pirkko Natri
Groups
  • A51sha
    A51sha

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of diversity, multiculturality and life situation of children, adolescents and families in health promotion and guidance
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in the nursing of children and adolescents typical to the operating environment
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptically correct way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to support the adolescent and their family to utilise online self-care methods to support their self-care of diseases and rehabilitation
- know how to identify the need for early invention in the child’s, adolescent’s and family’s life and use early-intervention and empowering working methods
- know how to identify threats and characteristics of disadvantage and marginalisation in children, adolescents and families and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual growth and support in children and adolescents and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to support relationships and parenthood
- know how to guide adolescents and their family to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in child, adolescent and family nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess the phase of their professional growth and present development challenges in child, adolescent and family nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

14.08.2023 - 24.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Oulu

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
  • BA in Health Care, Diaconal Nursing
Teachers
  • Sini Hiltunen
  • Elina Pettinen
Groups
  • I51sh
    I51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of diversity, multiculturality and life situation of children, adolescents and families in health promotion and guidance
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in the nursing of children and adolescents typical to the operating environment
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptically correct way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to support the adolescent and their family to utilise online self-care methods to support their self-care of diseases and rehabilitation
- know how to identify the need for early invention in the child’s, adolescent’s and family’s life and use early-intervention and empowering working methods
- know how to identify threats and characteristics of disadvantage and marginalisation in children, adolescents and families and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual growth and support in children and adolescents and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to support relationships and parenthood
- know how to guide adolescents and their family to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in child, adolescent and family nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess the phase of their professional growth and present development challenges in child, adolescent and family nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

21.08.2023 - 15.10.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pieksämäki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Mari Pulkkinen
  • Sini Hiltunen
  • Tiina Takku
Groups
  • E51sh
    E51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of diversity, multiculturality and life situation of children, adolescents and families in health promotion and guidance
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in the nursing of children and adolescents typical to the operating environment
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptically correct way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to support the adolescent and their family to utilise online self-care methods to support their self-care of diseases and rehabilitation
- know how to identify the need for early invention in the child’s, adolescent’s and family’s life and use early-intervention and empowering working methods
- know how to identify threats and characteristics of disadvantage and marginalisation in children, adolescents and families and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual growth and support in children and adolescents and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to support relationships and parenthood
- know how to guide adolescents and their family to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in child, adolescent and family nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess the phase of their professional growth and present development challenges in child, adolescent and family nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

28.08.2023 - 10.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

8 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Pori

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Janita Laine-Ahola
  • Sinikka Vuorinen
Groups
  • F51sh
    F51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to consider the significance of diversity, multiculturality and life situation of children, adolescents and families in health promotion and guidance
- know how to apply the basics of medical nursing in the nursing of children and adolescents typical to the operating environment
- know how to observe infection risks in the work placement environment and work in an aseptically correct way
- know how to identify risks in the pharmacotherapy process and act according to their responsibility
- execution of pharmacotherapy through various routes of administration
- monitoring and recording the effects of pharmacotherapy, pharmacotherapy review and assessment
- drug and medication safety
- know how to support the adolescent and their family to utilise online self-care methods to support their self-care of diseases and rehabilitation
- know how to identify the need for early invention in the child’s, adolescent’s and family’s life and use early-intervention and empowering working methods
- know how to identify threats and characteristics of disadvantage and marginalisation in children, adolescents and families and act according to the principles of brotherly love and ethical principles
- know how to identify the need for emotional and spiritual growth and support in children and adolescents and apply methods of assisting interaction and spiritual nursing in the care relationship
- know how to support relationships and parenthood
- know how to guide adolescents and their family to use appropriate social services and healthcare and third-sector services
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in child, adolescent and family nursing in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to assess the phase of their professional growth and present development challenges in child, adolescent and family nursing

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

01.01.2024 - 31.07.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Ervelius
  • Mirja Isoviita
  • Tiina Takku
Groups
  • Diak

Objective

Students
- know how to utilise existing information regarding the population’s health challenges on the level of the individual and community
- know how to find customers, families and communities in need of special support and at risk of marginalisation in collaboration with other service producers
- know how to assess the risks factors that increase the need for services related to health, living conditions and life situation and instruct the use of existing services
- understand the impacts of diversity, multiculturality, life history and life circumstances on the population’s health, ability to function and marginalisation
- know how to act in partnership with experimental experts and volunteer actors
- know how to act as the customer’s partner in the activities promoting health and wellbeing planned by the customer
- know how to select and use models and working methods that increase and impact the customer’s inclusion on the level of the individual, group and community
- know how to use, assess and justify the use of various creative methods and the customer’s resources in the promotion of health and wellbeing
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in health promotion in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to transform their work experience into expertise

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

11.10.2023 - 29.10.2023

Timing

08.01.2024 - 11.02.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Hanna Dombret
  • Elina Pettinen
  • Sabina Hentilä
Groups
  • A52sh

Objective

Students
- know how to utilise existing information regarding the population’s health challenges on the level of the individual and community
- know how to find customers, families and communities in need of special support and at risk of marginalisation in collaboration with other service producers
- know how to assess the risks factors that increase the need for services related to health, living conditions and life situation and instruct the use of existing services
- understand the impacts of diversity, multiculturality, life history and life circumstances on the population’s health, ability to function and marginalisation
- know how to act in partnership with experimental experts and volunteer actors
- know how to act as the customer’s partner in the activities promoting health and wellbeing planned by the customer
- know how to select and use models and working methods that increase and impact the customer’s inclusion on the level of the individual, group and community
- know how to use, assess and justify the use of various creative methods and the customer’s resources in the promotion of health and wellbeing
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in health promotion in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to transform their work experience into expertise

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty

Enrollment

01.03.2023 - 19.03.2023

Timing

11.09.2023 - 01.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Campus

Helsinki

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 333

Degree programmes
  • BA in Health Care
Teachers
  • Hanna Dombret
  • Eeva Kivelä
  • Piia Kekäläinen
  • Linnea Jokinen
Groups
  • A51sh
    A51sh

Objective

Students
- know how to utilise existing information regarding the population’s health challenges on the level of the individual and community
- know how to find customers, families and communities in need of special support and at risk of marginalisation in collaboration with other service producers
- know how to assess the risks factors that increase the need for services related to health, living conditions and life situation and instruct the use of existing services
- understand the impacts of diversity, multiculturality, life history and life circumstances on the population’s health, ability to function and marginalisation
- know how to act in partnership with experimental experts and volunteer actors
- know how to act as the customer’s partner in the activities promoting health and wellbeing planned by the customer
- know how to select and use models and working methods that increase and impact the customer’s inclusion on the level of the individual, group and community
- know how to use, assess and justify the use of various creative methods and the customer’s resources in the promotion of health and wellbeing
- know how to use the technological tools and applications used in health promotion in an ethical and customer-oriented manner
- know how to transform their work experience into expertise

Evaluation scale

Hyväksytty/Hylätty