Development of emergency care service level S000DK73-3002 05.09.2019-31.12.2019 5 credits(S1819S6)+-
Learning outcomes of the course
The student can utilize regional and national data systems on follow-up records and risk prediction to determine and develop the emergency care service level. The student applies research and other evidence-based knowledge to evaluate the emergency care service level.
- national development programmes and strategic choices
- quality, evaluation and development of emergency care services
- service level decisions and risk assessment
- expert collaboration at national and regional level
- contingency plan in emergency care
- data management, need for the national information pool
- utilization of statistical analysis and foresight data
The student displays competence to deal with the basic content of the study unit but lacks competence in independent data acquisition, interpretation and the ability to apply the acquired knowledge to the context of workplace.
The student fulfills the requirements for the study unit well. S/he displays competence in active data acquisition and is able to interpret the key features of the data to a clinical setting. The student has the ability to analyze the acquired knowledge and to apply it to the context of workplace.
The student displays broad and versatile competence in the content of the study unit. S/he has great competence in targeted data acquisition. The student’s ability to make decisions shows independent thinking, responsible actions and leadership skills. The ability to apply the acquired knowledge to the context of workplace is creative and versatile.
Name of lecturer(s)
Mode of delivery
Language of instruction
Tuition in Finnish
05.09.2019 - 31.12.2019
02.05.2019 - 30.09.2019
20 - 50
Unit, in charge
School of Health Care
Master’s Degree Programme in Development and Leadership of Emergency Care