This course is taught in Norwegian and an English translation of the course description is not available.
SY-120 Foundations of nursing
SY-121 Human anatomy, physiology and biochemistry
SY-122 Human pathology
SY-123 Drug calculations
SYP120 Clinical studies in basic nursing
SYP220 Skills and procedures
SY-220 Nursing in various diseases - Work methods and technology
demonstrates knowledge of quality and patient safety within the levels of health care
demonstrates knowledge of risk factors in the health service and principles and measures to reduce patient injuries
is able to apply up-to-date knowledge of the health and welfare system, laws, regulations and supervisors in their service delivery
is able to use professional knowledge to initiate and contribute to interdisciplinary, interprofessional and cross-sectoral collaboration to ensure a coordinated, comprehensive and coherent treatment course across businesses and levels
is able to use relational communication and guidance skills in meeting with users, patients and relatives
is able to identify and assess risk factors related to individual, system and environment, as well as document and systematically follow up on this, including taking relevant measures
is able to apply knowledge of learning mastery and change processes in the guidance and teaching of patients and their relatives, students and relevant staff
is able to plan and implement targeted measures to reduce adverse events and variation in health care
is able to plan and implement measures to ensure safe transfer of patients between different units and levels of health care
Supervised practical studies
Supervised practice studies
There is compulsory attendance (90%). The scope of work in the course is estimated to 135 hours.
Approved written group work.
More information can be found in the students' learning support system Canvas.
Assessment methods and criteria
4 weeks of clinical studies that are assessed to pass / fail. 90% presence is required in practice. A form for assessing practical studies is available in the student 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.