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Interprofessional learning

  • ECTS credits0
  • Teaching semesterSpring, Autumn
  • Course codeTVEPS
  • Number of semesters1
  • LanguageNorwegian
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Level of Study

Bachelor/master

Final year(s) in professional education

Teaching semester

Spring/Fall

Place of Instruction

Mainly primary care in the municipalities of Bergen, Fjell and Askøy.

Objectives and Content

General aim: To train health profession students in interprofessional clinical work

Contents: The students establish their interprofessional teams, examine selected patients and write a treatment plan: This is then discussed with the health workers at the institution.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the course the student should have the following learning outcomes defined in terms of knowledge, skills and general competence:

Knowledge

The student will

  • know the competencies of other health care professionals and what they may contribute in patient care
  • appreciate the impact of interprofessional collaboration
  • understand the importance of collaboration with patients and other users of the health care system

Skills

The student will

  • be able to communicate their own thoughts and assessments to collaborating health care professionals
  • be able to use own own professional skills in collaboration with other health care professionals for the benefit of the patients and other users of the health care system
  • be able to actively participate in interprofessional work with patients or users of the health care system

General competence

The student will

  • know how to communicate professional opinions and suggested solutions to other health care professional in a work place environment
  • reflect on their own role in team and group processes

Teaching Methods and Extent of Organized Teaching

Work place learning: total hours 20

1,5 hours preparatory meeting (afternoon)

6 hour (1 work day) clinical practice

6 hour group work: treatment plan

2 hour dialogue meeting

1 hour reflection note about learning outcome

3,5 hours self study/treatment plan

Compulsory Assignments and Attendance

Participation and written reflection note

Forms of Assessment

The course utilizes the following forms of assessment:

Portfolio assessment:

  • Treatment plan
  • Reflection note

Grading Scale

Pass/Fail

Reading List

No reading list required

Course Evaluation

Every semester

Programme Committee

The programme committee

Course Coordinator

Ane Johannessen: https://www.uib.no/en/persons/Ane.Johannessen

Course Administrator

The Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care at The Faculty of Medicine, University of Bergen

Department

Centre for Interprofessional Learning in Health Care / Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care

Contact

Contact Information

Contact information

studie@igs.uib.no

tveps@uib.no

Our webpage: https://www.uib.no/tveps

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