Join this module if you want to be able to solve a dilemma in the field of addiction care using innovative methods.
Students can combine InnoAddiction with a traineeship of variable duration (only for students from partner institutions) and/or with the short course Healthcare and Welfare in an International and Multidisciplinary Perspective
The short course is an offer for social work and health care education students from abroad.
The purpose of the short course is that the students:
All teaching and counselling, both oral and written, is conducted in English. Several teaching methods will be applied such as lectures, presentations, workshops, dialogue, and exchange of experiences, project work and independent studies.
In order to complete the module and obtain a certificate, the student has to:
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.
The course is designed as an innovative project, where the students work in smaller groups (approximately 4-6 students). The groups are interdisciplinary and international and each groups work with a challenge relating to addiction.
The students will work on finding a possible solution to a real-life challenge from a project owner. The course is also a new approach to work interdisciplinary in an innovative way with the aim of solving Danish problems in the areas of addiction.
Full time study
The student must participate actively during the course. Every project group must hand in assignments, too.
The course will be completed by a presentation and pitch of the groups work and their develop solution to the addiction challenge.
The course will be assessed by the lecturer, either as passed/not passed. If the course is not passed, the student can hand in another assignment proving to have met the expected learning outcome goals.