University Medical Center Groningen, School of Nursing and Health, Groningen, Netherlands


University Medical Center Groningen, School of Nursing and Health, Groningen, Netherlands

Admission requirements

3 years program
Entry level
Upper secondary school diploma
Vocational secondary education level 4, with subjects Biology, Chemistry and Science

2,5-2 years program entry level
Bachelor degree nursing
Diploma nursing
Students have to make a written test were theoretical knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Mathematics, Science and Chemistry are assessed. Depending on the score a student follows a 3, 2,5 or 2 years program.



Outline of courses

First school year 50% class and 50% clinical practice

- Professional Competence, practice & methods 1 (MB1) 112 hours
Objective
The student arrange, under supervision basic nursing care of a patient who needs surgery.
- Anatomy & Physiology 100 hours
Objective
The student can explain basic principles of anatomy and physiology and can integrate knowledge in clinical practice
- Science, Chemistry and Techniques 48 hours
Objective
The student can explain basic principles of science, chemistry and techniques and can integrate knowledge in clinical practice
- Communication and cooperation 24 hours
Objective
The student can act like a professional in healthcare.
- Self-managing skills 40 hours
Objective
The student can manage his learning process in a project-team
- Medical mathematics 64 hours
Objective
The student can explain basic principles of medical mathematics and apply these principles in science, mathematics and techniques and can integrate knowledge in nursing care
- Clinical experience ward and OR, 8 weeks


Course titles and objectives 1st year second semester, 6 months

- Professional Competence, practice & methods 2 (MB2) 184 hours
Objective
The student arrange, under supervision, pre-, per- and postoperative anesthesiology care of a patient (ASA1) who undertake low complex surgery.
- Pathology 92 hours
Objective
The student can explain basic principles of pathology and can integrate knowledge in clinical practice.
- Pharmacology 32 hours
Objective
The student can explain basic principles of pharmacology and apply knowledge in clinical practice
- Clinical experience OR, 12 weeks
The student shows basic skills in anesthesia in pre- per and postoperative anesthesia.

Second year 20% theory and 80% clinical practice

Objectives
The student can assess, identify a problem, planning anesthesiology care, Implement anesthesiology care and evaluate anesthesiology care a patient with a disorder in one vital sign during pre- per and operative anesthesiology care.
The student utilize professional communication skills

Module Professional Competence, Practice & Methods 3 (MB 3) 168 hours
− Module Professional Competence, Practice & Methods 4 (MB 4) 196 hours
− Module Professional Communication 36 hours


Third year 13% classroom and 87% clinical practice
Objectives
The student can assess, identify a problem, planning anesthesiology care, Implement anesthesiology care and evaluate anesthesiology care a patient with a disorder in more than one vital sign during pre- per and operative anesthesiology care.
The student can do research on a subject what is related to his profession.
The student can coordinate and organize an OR program during shifts.
The student can coach a student during his training at the OR.

Module Professional Competence, Practice & Methods 5 (MB5) 116 hours
− Module Quality Assurance, Expertise Enhancement and Professionalization 28 hours
− Module Coordinating and organizing Care 20 hours



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