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Costa Rica, officially the Republic of Costa Rica, is a country in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north, Panama to the southeast, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the Caribbean Sea to the east.

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Master Early Stimulation

Universidad Santa Paula
Campus Full time 1 year February 2017 Costa Rica San José

Professional entering the master is aware of being fully responsible in the construction of their own knowledge, so take the time to study, practice and research of the topics covered in class. [+]

Top in Costa Rica Masters 2017. Student profile Professional entering the master is aware of being fully responsible in the construction of their own knowledge, so take the time to study, practice and research of the topics covered in class. It is important that you have a high level of creativity and innovation, also with important skills of interaction with other people, especially minors. But primarily it is committed to fully meeting schedules materials, rotations, practical processes and workshops, in a timely and consistent. And with the fulfillment of due process and the rule of graduate of the University Santa Paula. You should be able to make a critical reading of the various proposals on early stimulation, paradigmatic form criteria for differentiating positions and become aware of how important are their individual actions for Costa Rican society. Finally his act must be permanently governed by the fulfillment of Human Rights and the Rights of Children. Especially in his practice must be based on ethical and moral values ​​that promote the integral development of the person and the welfare of society. GOALS Purpose This postgraduate course aims to create in Costa Rica spaces specialized vocational training in an area of ​​high demand such as early stimulation for professionals in related to health, education and development of children under 6 areas, taking into account the recent emergence of knowledge provided by the development of new technology that allows access to training development and functioning human brain at an early age. Seeks to open spaces for training and training and reviewing many of the points where traditional knowledge of care for children from 0 to 6 years were based; the concept of human being, explanatory models and therefore the actions of intervention in the early years of life. All this in order that the population at early ages and their families have access to quality early stimulation, provided by trained professionals trained to use it. General and specific objectives. General objectives Train competent professionals in the field of early stimulation involving appropriate and timely manner in the maximum enhancement of the physical, psychological and social potential of every child (a) with or without a history of neurological risk or alterations in their overall development. Promote the reduction of health, education and social impact, which represents neurological damage, emotional deficiencies and other shortcomings in the overall development in the population of children under 6 years. Specific objectives 1. Create, plan, organize and guide services Early Stimulation national and international, governmental and non-governmental level. 2. Apply different methods and techniques of early stimulation in order to promote the comprehensive development of children zero to six years. 3. Using methods, techniques and updated technologies that support work on early stimulation. 4. Promote the scientific development of early stimulation through research. 5. Develop teaching aimed at the community, families and other professionals and students in the area of ​​early stimulation. 6. Demonstrate high ethical and moral values ​​in the performance of their profession. 7. Advise society groups interested in working with children (as) from zero to six years in the early stimulation. [-]

Master Palliative Care

Universidad Santa Paula
Campus Full time 1 year February 2017 Costa Rica San José

The / the Masters in Palliative Care is a professional with interdisciplinary training, high spirit of service and strong commitment to the sick person in terminalidad conditions and state of limited life. [+]

Student profile The / the Masters in Palliative Care is a professional with interdisciplinary training, high spirit of service and strong commitment to the sick person in terminalidad conditions and state of limited life. Applies the model of comprehensive care to the patient and his family, and is capable of performing interventions together to promote the improvement of the quality of life of sick people in palliative conditions, promoting, protecting their dignity and independence. GOALS Purpose The purpose of the Master of Palliative Care It is to train professionals of Health Sciences in Palliative Care for comprehensive care of the carrier population of advanced disease who do not respond to curative treatment, in order to maintain or improve their quality of life and that of his family. This graduate looking for professionals in Health Sciences to acquire the necessary training to integrate work teams that work in an interdisciplinary and can transcend into transdisciplinary. General and specific objectives. General objectives Train professionals at postgraduate level in Palliative Care in order to meet the requirements of society in this field, thus improving the quality of life of those people who carry terminal disease or condition of limited life stage through a comprehensive intervention. Specific objectives The main objectives of this postgraduate course is aimed at training professionals able to: 1. Responding to the demands of scientific-therapeutic and epidemiological profile of the Costa Rican population in the field of Palliative Care 2 to progress. Intervene in time in order to raise the quality of life of people who are the subject of his speech in March. Form teams in inter and transdisciplinary health with the purpose of providing comprehensive care to the patient, family and emotional environment. 4. Develop research projects in their field to help improve the impact of the services provided in the field of palliative care. 5. Promote the development of palliative care services of high quality in accordance with the requirements and opportunities offered by the health market. 6. Respond sensitively to the comprehensive needs of the patient, his family and his entourage to the pain, the process of death and mourning. [-]