Join this module if you are interested in learning about the Danish approach to healthcare and welfare in a mono- and multi-disciplinary perspective.
The course must be combined with a traineeship within Occupational Therapy or Nursing. For nursing students, it can also be combined with the short course Nursing and Patient Education in a Technological and Cultural Perspective.
The course is offered to international exchange students enrolled at the departments of physiotherapy, occupational therapy, radiography and nursing in Odense, Svendborg and Vejle as well as the biomedical laboratory science programme. The course is a supplement to the clinical studies.
This course offered to international students provides insight into the Danish way of working with both mono- and multi-disciplinary efforts with a holistic understanding of the patient’s situation.
The aim is for the student:
To acquire insight into intercultural differences.
Exchange students are expected to participate in the course when possible in relation to other study activities stated in the learning agreement and agreed upon with local international coordinator.
Students not able to do the full course may if agreed hand in an additional written assignment to meet the requirements.
Not applicable for EU/EEA-students and exchange students from partner institutions, all other students must pay. In this case, please send an e-mail to email@example.com to learn more.
Each student must make a power point presentation of approx. 10-15 minutes.
The content should include:
Students will be introduced to different health professions and multidisciplinary themes to
(if agreed upon in the learning agreement)
There is no examination for this course. The student will get a certificate stating the obtained number of ECTS points.
The student will get a certificate stating the obtained number of ECTS points after handing in the assignment and accepted.