HEL418 Organization and innovation in health services
After having completed the course students will:
be able to seek out and assess evidence based knowledge as the foundation for professional development and implementation of measures and procedures
be able to make use of knowledge about decision support tools (i.e. triage, screening etc.) in the analysis of complex and complicated clinical problems in patients/users
be able to independently carry out clinical assessment of conditions and alternatives of action in interaction with the patient and relatives
be able to strengthen professional - and quality development both within one¿s own organization and in interaction with other collaborators in different levels of service
The work process in knowledge based practice
Methods in mapping and assessment of the patient's condition
Professional - and quality development in the health service
Teaching methods and workload
Online studies, lectures, independent study, and group work. 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
For further description of the requirements, please see the course pamphlet.
Assessment methods and criteria
A graded written individual take-home examination.
The examination assignment will be handed out at the beginning of the semester and the student can work on it throughout the semester. The assignment must be submitted at a set deadline.
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.