Master in Prehospital Critical Care part-time - learning outcomes

A candidate who has completed this master program will have learnt the following:
The candidate:

  • Have thorough knowledge of philosophy of science, health care ethics and scientific methodology
  • Has advanced knowledge within prehospital critical care, and specialized insight in a limited area
  • Can explain advanced medical equipment and critically evaluate the medical equipment's strength and limitations
  • Can critically appraise quality improvements systems related to advanced prehospital emergency care
  • Can critically appraise the different operational management strategies used in the management of mass casualty and major incidents, both in a national and international context

The candidate:
  • Can analyze existing theories, methods and interpretations in prehospital critical care and work independently on practical and theoretical problems
  • Can analyze the strengths and weaknesses of multi-organizational work environments, specifically in relation to management, communication and teamwork
  • Perform advanced inter- and intraprofessional crisis management related to major incidents and disasters
  • Design and execute an independent research and development project in accordance with applicable norms for research

General Competence
The candidate:
  • Can analyze relevant academic, professional and research problems
  • Can communicate extensive independent work and masters language and terminology of prehospital critical care
  • Can apply his/her knowledge and skills in new areas in order to carry out advanced assignments and projects
  • Can contribute to new thinking and innovation processes

Kilde: FS

Last updated: 10.08.2020