demonstrates broad knowledge of the most common symptoms, illnesses, disease course and treatment
demonstrates knowledge of children and young people's normal development and specific needs, including knowledge of participation and rights
is able to use relationship, communication, teaching and tutoring skills in meeting children and their families, as well as children as relatives
is able to talk with children about issues such as neglect, violence and abuse
is able to participate in interdisciplinary and cross-professional collaboration
is able to plan and implement nursing care for children with acute, critical and chronic illness as well as children and adolescents with comprehensive and complex needs in the primary and specialist health care
Childcare and pediatrics
Pregnancy and maternity care
The development, participation and rights of children and young people
Communication with children
Violence, abuse and neglect of care
Mental health in children
Children and adolescents as relatives
Health services for children and young people
The importance of play for the development of children's health.
The working methods are seminars, simulation, group work, lectures and self-study.
The scope of work in the course is estimated to 135 hours.
See more information about teaching and learning forms in the students' learning support system Canvas.
Approved simulation of conversation with children regarding topics such as maltreatment, violence and abuse.
More information can be found in the students' learning support system Canvas.
Assessment methods and criteria
Written group examination. Assessed as pass / fail.
Assessment methods are described in greater detail in the students' learning support system Canvas.
The person responsible for the course, 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.