- Shows insight into professional ethical values and current legislation
- Integrates and discusses his/her knowledge related to patient experiences and lifestyle phenomena in nursing
- Analyses and compiles knowledge about the interrelationships between suffering and various illnesses and the need for nursing care
- Has knowledge about the structure of the health service and its tasks, and how to cooperate, multilaterally and across disciplines
- Analyses the factors that affect quality and safety in the health service
- Has insight into the spiritual and cultural perspective of health and illness
- Applies knowledge about pedagogy, interaction and communication in meeting patients, relatives, fellow students and staff
- Exercises professional judgement in keeping with professional ethical values and current legislation
- Performs nursing duties in accordance with the approved process
- Ensures holistic nursing for patients who are experiencing health risk, who are sick and who lack provision of basic needs
- Is able to empathise with and understand patients and relatives in their experiences with and reactions to disease and disease management
- Has mastered nursing skills in accordance with the applicable quality requirements
- Informs, teaches and guides patients, relatives, fellow students and colleagues
- Takes responsibility and directs nursing care for a group of patients and their next of kin
- Manages his or her own work in an appropriate way when planning, prioritising and delegating nursing tasks
- Works to promote health and prevent disease while carrying out his or her nursing duties
- Assesses and contributes to the development of quality and safety in the health service
- Has the will and ability to provide care when dealing with peoples' different reactions to disease and suffering, regardless of age, gender and ethnicity
- Shows insight into the need for nursing in relation to how suffering and disease is experienced
- Has a conscious attitude to professional ethics and current legislation while carrying out nursing duties
- Understands the importance of disease prevention, promotion of healthy practices and user interaction in the nursing practice, as well as the design of the health service
- Displays the ability and willingness to take responsibility for his or her professional and personal development
- Reflects critically on the interrelationships between the exercise of nursing care, health policy and health ethics
- Understand the interrelationships between society, welfare and living conditions, and how they affect human health
- Understands the role of the nurse as a partner in an interactive and multidisciplinary approach to health and welfare services
- Demonstrates the ability for life-long learning and helps to develop quality within the nursing profession and in the health service
- ethical conduct
- caring function
- administrative function
- teaching function
- academic development function
Application and integration of theoretical knowledge in the practical practice of nursing, development of practical nursing skills, communication and interaction with patients, relatives and co-workers shall give a better insight into areas of specialist health care.
The clinical practice period has a duration of 12-13 weeks.
Assessment of the student's practical skills according to the University's objectives is being carried out through the student's written plan for the study period and documentation of the student's own learning process.
The mentor, student and professor participate in and have responsibility for carrying out the assessment.
The student is entitled to continuous supervision/assessment from the mentor and professor in a way that she/he is informed of her/his functional level according to the objectives of the study period. The assessment is both oral and written.
The study periods will be assessed as "Pass"/"Fail" following a full assessment of the student's study effort. The grade has been set by the Department of Health Studies in careful consideration of the placement assessments.
Halfway through and at the end of the study period, the student's study progress is summed up and this assessment result is entered on a separate form. The form is designed in accordance with objectives for clinical practice in the 2nd and 3rd year. The Assessment Form is available on the Faculty of Social Sciences home page.
If during the study period there is doubt about the student completing the objectives and receiving a "Pass" grade, the student will be advised in writing as soon as possible and no later than three weeks before the end of clinical practice.
Should the student, despite satisfactory progress at mid-assessment, demonstrate unacceptable clinical practice (during the last three weeks) before completed clinical practice, the above regulation will not be a hindrance to assessing the clinical practice as a Fail.
The mid- and final assessment forms are filed out at the placement in collaboration with the Department of Health Studies.
USE OF ASSESSMENT FORMS
The purpose of the Assessment Form is to express to what extent the objectives of the clinical studies is being approved of. This will also be instructive and helpful for the student's further course of study.
Within every main area of nursing there are spaces for indicating whether the objectives are "Approved" or not. In addition written remarks which emphasise the student's areas of achievement and growth will be made.
Required prerequisite knowledge
|Practise||1/1||12 weeks||Pass - Fail|
- Course coordinator
- Venche Hvidsten
Method of work
Sist oppdatert: 16.06.2019