19 July 2013
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Multi-professional Cooperation in Stroke Management
Multiprofessional cooperation becomes increasingly important in the healthcare sector. Effective coordination and collaboration amongst practitioners is vital to the delivery of good care to patients with a complex pattern of symptoms. In the future more patients will suffer from chronic, and in many cases complex, illnesses. So, cooperation between professionals is going to become more and more necessary.
This course creates a learning situation in which multiprofessional cooperation can be practised by students from different faculties and subjects, working together on the same cases – especially, the treatment of patients after stroke (cerebral vascular accident, CVA).
The aim of the course is to familiarise students with the preparation and conduct of multiprofessional or multidisciplinary interaction with a view to producing a treatment or care plan.
Students will learn not just to look beyond the boundaries of their own profession, but even across national borders, as the course takes the form of a summerschool and is open to international participants.
Students in the second or third year of the study in the field of Cesar Therapy, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Social work or Speech-Language Pathology can follow this summer course.
The student is able to…
- Interact efficiently and effectively with fellow professionals: get to the point and make clear, unambiguous agreements.
- Interact with professionals from other cultural backgrounds, both domestic and international.
- Express his or her views regarding the need for multiprofessional cooperation and a client centered approach.
- From the perspective of his or her own discipline, state what methodologies and processes of clinical reasoning underlie the discussion of a patient in a multiprofessional setting.
- Coordinate his or her own care-providing activities with those of the other professionals involved.
- Describe the tasks of the other professional disciplines within the team.
- Reflect on his or her own performance during multiprofessional interactions, as well as that of fellow students and professionals.
- Record treatment data and care agreements in a uniform way consistent with required or agreed classification systems.
- Formulate and apply quality standards in respect of performance during multiprofessional interactions.
- Use the appropriate English medical, paramedical and nursing terminology, both verbally and in writing.
Certificate of Attendance
EUR 890: Course + course materials + housing
EUR 555: Course + course materials
Utrecht Summer School doesn't offer scholarships for this course.Register for this course
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