Professional Bachelor of Nursing
Language of instruction of a study programme Lithuanian/English
Place of delivery of a study programme Health Care and Social Welfare Faculty, Utena
Objective(s) of a study programme
To prepare specialists which are able to work independently or in a team, with acquired practical skills to provide nursing services in different levels of health care institutions fulfilling the healthcare people of various age groups, disabled, families and community.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements
The most common form of assessment in the College is an exam or project, depending on the results of the study programme. The results of College students' are assessed by the ten-grade assessment system. The form of the exam of general subjects is combined (written questioning, oral questioning, tests, etc.), and the form of exam of specialty subjects that develop special subject competencies is an objective structured clinical situation with the help of simulation and/or dummy "patients".
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
General College Study Subjects
Professional Environment; Professional Language; Human Safety. Subjects in the Study Field
Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology; Microbiology and Infection Control; Medical and Communication Psychology; General and Clinical Pharmacology; Assessment of Health Condition; General Nursing; Family's Health and Obstetrical Care; Gerontology; Basics of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Radiology; Therapeutic, Geriatric Nursing and Dietetic Principles; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Applied Nursing Research and Fundamentals of Statistics; Child Care; General and Specific Surgical Nursing; Emergency Medical Aid and Intensive Care; Community Nursing; Psychic Health Nursing.
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Last updated December 7, 2015