HEL418 Organization and innovation in health services
HEL423 Advanced mapping and assessment
HEL419 Living with chronic health failure
After having completed the course students will:
have thorough knowledge on health promotion and rehabilitation related to chronic health failure in different phases of life
be able to analyse complex problems in a health promotion perspective and carry out knowledge-based interventions
be able to initiate and coordinate rehabilitation work using interaction and an active patient - /user role as starting point
be able to use health pedagogic tools
be able to contribute to re-thinking and take part in innovation processes related to chronic health failure
be able to assess ethical perspectives related to rehabilitation, health promotion, and interdisciplinary cooperation
Theory and value foundations in health promotion work
Active patient - / user roles
Habilitation and rehabilitation in different phases of life
Habilitation in everyday life
Patient flow and course of treatment
Health promoting interventions
Ethical perspectives and challenges
Teaching methods and workload
Online studies, lectures, literature studies, group work, independent study, and clinical studies. Parts of the teaching are compulsory - see the course pamphlet for a detailed description.
The course has an expected workload of 405 hours.
Passed course requirements
Compulsory attendance requirements met
Carried out secondment
For further description of the requirements, please see the course pamphlet.
Assessment methods and criteria
A graded three-day written individual home examination.
The study programme manager, in consultation with the student representative, decides the method of evaluation and whether the courses will have a midterm- or end of term evaluation, see also the Quality System, section 4.1. Information about evaluation method for the course will be posted on Canvas.