VER205 Fieldwork, Nursing and Caring
VER209 Topics within Medical and Nursing Sciences, or VER207 Topics within Medical and Nursing Sciences and VER001 Medicament calculation
VER208 Disability and Environmental Work
VER204 Treatment and Behavioural Modification
VER304 Fieldwork of Habilitation/Rehabilitation
VER300 Service Design and Delivery
Central topics are:
Credits distribution according to the National Curriculum:
1A. 2 credits Governmental and Municipal Knowledge, Health and Social Policy
1B. 2 credits Sociology and Social Anthropology
1C. 0.5 credit Law
1D. 6 credits Scientific Theory and Research Methods
2A. 2 credits Developmental and Social Psychology
2B 2 credits Education and Social Education
3A. 1 credit Topics within medical and natural sciences
3B. 1 credit Nursing and caring
3C. 2 credits Mental health work
4A. 1 credit The Development of the Profession, Ideology, Ethics and Professional Role
4B. 2 credits Training of Skills and Behaviour
4C. 2 credits Welfare Work
4D. 3 credits Groups, Organisations and Networks
4E. 3.5 credits Communication, Cooperation and Conflict Resolution
On successful completion of the course, the student will:
Teaching methods include field work and related tasks. Field work (10 credits) means working with patients, users and clients. Related tasks include supervised fieldwork, data collection and processing, analysis and development of the bachelor¿s thesis (20 credits).
Please see the course brochure in Canvas for details.
The field work comprises 150 hours.
Estimated work load in the course is 810 hours.
The examination includes two parts:
Bachelor's thesis written in groups. Adjusting individual, oral examination. The grade may be adjusted one mark up or down after the individual, oral examination.Part one counts for 60 % of the final grade.
The group thesis must be assessed as a pass before the candidate may be admitted to the individual, oral examination.
An individual oral examination in the course literature as well as the self-selected literature. Part two counts for 40 % of the final grade.
Each part must be assessed as a pass in order to pass the course. One graded mark is given.
In special cases an individual bachelor's thesis will be accepted upon application.
Please see the course brochure regarding criteria for the examinations.
Third year of bachelor's programme
Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences