PSY407-G Community Mental Health - Current Concepts and Findings
Seminars are compulsory and 80 % certified attendance is required.
Practice in user-oriented clinical project (150 hours):
The user-oriented project will contribute to knowledge about systematic work and the development of knowledge from a user´s perspective. The students will work in groups and develop and systemise knowledge from a user-oriented field within psychosocial work. Initially, suggestions of topics, problem formulations, methods and data sources must be approved by the teachers. To obtain data, permission must be given in advance. Preliminary conclusions will be presented at a seminar for colleague students and teachers, and the final assessment will result in a written report. 90 % certified attendance is required.
Supervised groups will concentrate on dilemmas and challenges in clinical practice and will stimulate to increased professional skills. The groups are organised by the university. Supervision is compulsory and 90 % certified attendance is required.
Estimated student workload in this course is approximately 405 hours.
A graded project report from the user-oriented project in groups. A common, graded mark is given.
Please see details in the course brochure.
Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences