For students in: Nursing, Physiotherapy and Psychomotor Therapy.
At: Campus North Zealand
Period: Both spring and autumn
KP offers an international elective element with focus on Welfare and Health Technology, giving the students an opportunity to obtain knowledge, skills and competences through lessons and practical exercises, which facilitates the integration of technological considerations into their future professions.
Knowledge, skills and competences
The students are able to achieve below mentioned knowledge, skills and competences participating in the 3rd semester and the elective element, “Welfare Health Technology – solutions promoting health”. These abilities sustain the student’s compliance relating to the learning objects at the 3rd semester in the particular health education.
Various types of learning methods is used, e.g. theoretical presentations, group lessons, group work and discussions, field studies, practical experience/exercises, student presentations and preparations for study activity. The aim is that the students obtain basic knowledge about technologies used in healthcare and develop the required skills and competences by discussing and evaluating topics and methods. Furthermore, specific days allocated for self-study is part of the course. The students will be working with a student’s portfolio/log as a tool for reflections trough the course. During the elective element, we work with asynchronous, synchronous and collaborative communication learning technologies inclusive the use of video.
Pre-requisite rewarding study activity
The students will work in groups with a self-elected topic during all six weeks. The last week all students have to attend the presentations of all groups. The students have to prepare the oral presentation as a group, – e.g. as a PowerPoint, Prezi presentation or Video. Each group presents the project with opponents from a second group, which has to prepare questions referring to the subject of the presentation. After the presentations, discussions will take place in plenum. The approval is giving by participation at all presentations of the groups.
Curriculum, study activity plan and literature will be available two weeks before the start of the course in our learning management system, ItsLearning. In case that there are problems accessing Itslearning, please request information inclusive literature from Pia-Lis Jensen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Erasmus International students Health Edu, students at KP Scholarship and Health Edu students from KP have first claim.
Deadline for application
For Erasmus students and Health Edu students KP, using MOVEON May 1st.
For students on Visa and students accepted at KP Scholarship, using MOVEON April 1st.
How to apply
Please find information about application, accommodation, visa, insurance etc. on our How to apply-page.
Lecturers in charge of the elective element:
- Anders Bech Christiansen, email@example.com, Psychomotor Therapist Education
- Benjamin Olivares Bøgeskov, firstname.lastname@example.org, Research and Development
- Bettina Møllemand, email@example.com, Psychomotor Therapist Education
- Gregers Winding Munch, firstname.lastname@example.org, Physiotherapist Education
- Pia-Lis Jensen, email@example.com, Nursing Education