Emergency, disaster and critical care nursing, Master's Program
Emergency, disaster and critical care nursing, Master's Program USEK
Campus:

Providencia (Metro Salvador)

Start of Class:

October 2016

Contact Us:

carlos.kaiser@usek.cl

The importance of nursing care related to emergencies, disasters and critical patients is increasing day by day. Hazardous events of anthropic, natural and socio natural kinds affect the world's population with rates of injury and mortality. It is required to have nurses trained in emergency and disaster relief with extensive expertise.

Nursing of critical patients is a key issue of public health because Critical care helps people with life-threatening injuries and illnesses need proper care. Students will be able to work in the care of critically patients with a holistic approach, with skills to face the challenges and complexities of critically patients care.

The Master has 19 modules and is 830 chronological hours long and 1345 individual work hours.

The diploma has 87 (SCT).  The master program follows a presential class’s format. The duration of the master´s program is 3 semesters.

Presential mode: the Diploma has the most advanced learning methodologies for learning by doing in presential workshops, in on-line programs and in blended solutions. 

Foreign students with a pre grade nursing certificate

Theorical and practical mods, with on-site activities. The master´s program is presented as a series of theoretical and practical integrated modules, which will offer knowledge, booklets for decision-making and limited practice of some clinical procedures. Students will learn from in site activities. The master´s program students will Access the High Fidelity Simulation Center with all of its equipment.

Simulation is positively associated with significantly improved interpersonal communication skills at patient handover, and it has also been clearly shown to improve team behaviours in a wide variety of clinical contexts and clinical personnel, associated with improved team performance in the management of crisis situations. It also enables the effective development of transferable, transformational leadership skills, and has also been demonstrated to improve students' critical thinking and clinical reasoning in complex care situations, and to aid in the development of students' self-efficacy and confidence in their own clinical abilities. Research shows didactic learning gained from simulations is retained longer than knowledge gained through lectures. The few studies that have investigated skills using simulators or simulations found this teaching method sometimes leads to quicker skill acquisition than conventional methods.

  • English good command
  • The student must have approved the previous diplomas
  • Pre grade nursing  certificate