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2.3. Study Curriculum



2.14. The course/subject description:


MODULE HANDBOOK EDUCATION IN HEALTH CARE

1ST YEAR CURRICULUM

2.14.1. Module Title: HSc 01 Public Health (patient-institution- related; operative health promotion)

ECTS Credits: 5

Professor: Prof.ass. Ilir Begolli

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

  • Reflection of theories of public health systems

  • Structure of health care system – quality aspects of a functional system

  • Problem analysis of health care systems

  • Analysis of common aspects/structure and differences of health care system in Kosovo and international systems

  • Possibilities of collaboration between health care systems

  • Strategies of integration of needs in health care organization caused by actual challenges/reform, spectrum of diseases and demographic change in Kosovo

2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

The students compare different health systems and structures. They reflect the demographic change in the world and especially in Kosovo regarding to the economy development, spectrum of diseases and society.

Students learn to be flexible to create cooperation, networking and choose creative ways to deal with partner in health care organizations. Students understanding key health promotion definitions and concepts and the differences from related concepts, such as disease prevention and population health. They identify the key features and values that shape health promotion practice. Students reflect health care systems and developing a method, to integrate new knowledge into their professional understanding of education.


2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lectures,

- Group work,

- Role-play,

- Reflective thinking tasks like case analysis, discussions


2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Presentation

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in presentation. passed with the minimum grade E



2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the colloquium.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

40




20




90

150

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

BTI 2012, Kosovo country report

World Health Organization, Towards age-friendly primary health care. Genf, 2004 World Health Organization.

Percival, V. and Sandorp, E.: (2010) A case study of health sector reform in Kosovo, Confl Health. 2010; 4: 7.Published online 2010 April 16. doi: 10.1186/1752-1505-4-7PMCID: PMC2864221

Joseph Barjis (2011): Healthcare Simulation and its Potential Areas and Future Trends; Barjis–SCS M&S Magazine – 2011/ 1 (January).




2.14.1. Module Title: EDU-01 Didactic models, theories, draughts

ECTS Credits: 5

Professor: Prof.asoc. Naser Zabeli

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

-Education stands as an upper concept for all organised teaching operations and learning operations, which are organised to be able to fulfil the duties resulting in the market society. In this sense education is to be understood as a valued and valuing learning which should be understood as an open process in which it is about the subject-certain appropriation of knowledge of vital importance and the human notification possibility.

Content of the module includes aspects from models and teaching methods and their usefulness in the health sector, such as:


  • Models and theories of educational

  • Evaluation in teaching methods

  • Hermeneutics, empiric-analytic theory, normative theory

  • Situation-oriented developing beginning, educational-theoretical didactics, curriculum-theoretical didactics, identity-theoretical didactics, socialisation-theoretical beginning

  • Results of the learning process of the adult education

  • Animation didactics, mediation didactics

  • Psychological diagnostics and evaluation

2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

- Know different educational theories and didactic theories

- Describe the differences of the theories

- Are able to develop teaching premises are to be compiled in the situation



2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Seminars

- Exercise

- Problem-orientated learning

- Reflective thinking tasks like discussions


2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Examination or Presentation

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in examination/presentation, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in teaching institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

20

10

15




100

150

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Stiles, L., Chandler, B. (2012): Education and the Teacher, Literary Licensing, LLC

Diane M Billings, Ed.D, R.N., Judith A Halstead (2011) Teaching in Nursing: A Guide for Faculty, 4. Edition, Elsevier




2.14.1. Module Title: EDU-02 Law of Education

ECTS Credits: 2,5

Professor: Prof.asoc. Naser Zabeli

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

The objective of this course is to introduce to students the basic information on the judicial regulation of schools, universities and Law of education.

Includes the study referring to legal relationships, reports, and obligations related to cases of Law of Education, National Curriculum Framework e.g.. This Master Course deals with the legal treatment and regulation of the cases that require intervention from the bodies that deal with requirements of teacher education. Law of education regulates the education of teachers. Law of Education regulates the aim of establishing legal grounds for the regulation and the improvement of the teacher’s education of the Republic of Kosovo. In this course will study and define also: Rights and obligations in the field of education; requirements of education, requirements of curriculum e.g.


2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

This module provides students with an introduction to education system in the Republic of Kosovo from the perspective of strategic policies and frameworks. The students will gain knowledge in this area based on the positive right in Kosovo with a comparative view with the other positive rights.

Understand key Law of Education, promotion definitions and concepts by law of education;

Identify the problematic issue in Law of Education and study this;

Identify how health rights promotion and defence by Law of Education and all actors in health rights and health defence population.


2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

The methodologies will include the lecturing with the highest interaction possible of all students, always having the student as the focal point. Frontal and conversational lecturing, exercises (individual and in groups), and seminar work.



2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

Exam

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in exam, passed with the minimum grade E



2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the colloquium.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

25

10







40

75

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

- Law of pre-university education, Law No.04/L –032, 2011).

- Law of higher education, Law No.04/L-037, 2011

- Kosovo Education Strategic Plan 2011-2016, MASHT

- Kosovo Country report, 2010, European Training Foundation

- National Qualification Framework, Kosovo

- New Curriculum Framework




2.14.1. Module Title: EDU-02 Law of Health

ECTS Credits: 2.5

Professor: MSc. Adem Spahiu, Prof.ass. Xhevat Shkodra

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

The objective of this course is to introduce to students the basic information on the judicial regulation and Health Law. The students will gain knowledge in this area based on the positive right in Kosovo with a comparative view with the other positive rights.

Health law regulates the aim of establishing legal grounds for the regulation and the improvement of the health status of the citizens of the Republic of Kosovo through health promotion, preventive activities and provision of comprehensive and quality healthcare services. In this course will study and define also: Rights and obligations in the field of health; The healthcare principles; The healthcare system; Healthcare institutions’ activities; Supervision of healthcare services.


2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

- Students will develop the ability to critically access the law and legal argumentation in this field.

- With the knowledge from this Master course, the students will have a chance that logically and analytically to solve the duties that are required in the legislation area that regulates in the Health Law field.

- They understand key Health Law promotion definitions and concepts by health law;

- Students identify the problematic issue in Health Law and study this;

- Students identify how health rights promotion and defence by health Law and all actors in health rights and health defence population.



2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Teamwork

- Case analysis



- Simulation based learning

- The methodologies will include the lecturing with the highest interaction possible of all students, always having the student as the focal point. Frontal and conversational lecturing, exercises (individual and in groups), and seminar work.



2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Exam and Essay

- The active participation in lectures;

- The success in colloquiums and seminar work will give extra points towards the grading of the final exam.

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in exam and essay, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises and case studies analyse to themes of the module



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

25

10







40

75

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Law No. 04/L-125 On Health;

Law No.2004/38 On The Rights and Responsibilities of the Citizens in the Health Care;

Law No. 02/L-38 On Health Inspectorate;



2.14.1. Module Title: Law of Employment

ECTS Credits: 2.5

Professor: MSc. Adem Spahiu, Prof.ass. Xhevat Shkodra

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

Includes the study referring to legal relationships, reports, and obligations related to cases of Labour Law. In other words this Master Course deals with the legal treatment and regulation of the cases that require intervention from the bodies that deal with Labour Law. Employment law regulates the relationship between employers and employees. Labour law regulates the additional dimension that arises when employees select (or consider selecting) a labour union to represent them in their dealings with their employer.

- Introduction to labour law, collective and social agreements

- Introduction to medical ethics

- Development methods of staff and team


2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

The objective of this course is to introduce to students the basic information on the judicial regulation and Labour Law. The students will gain knowledge in this area based on the positive right in Kosovo with a comparative view with the other positive rights. A view on the basic constitutional principles and order of Republic of Kosovo

Students get a view on the organizational structures (Hospitals, medical practices) and staff development.

Students will develop the ability to critically access the law and legal argumentation in the labour law field.



2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Teamwork

- Case analysis

- Simulation based learning

- The methodologies will include the lecturing with the highest interaction possible of all students, always having the student as the focal point. Frontal and conversational lecturing, exercises (individual and in groups), and seminar work.



2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Exam and Essay

- The active participation in lectures;

- The success in colloquiums and seminar work will give extra points towards the grading of the final exam.

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in exam and essay, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises and case studies analyse to themes of the module



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

25

10







40

75

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Labour Right, Prof.Dr Hava Bujupi-Ismajli, Prishtinë 2007;

Labour Right, Kudret Qela Tiranë 2012,

Law No.03/L –212 Law on Labour;

Law No.03/L –149 On the Civil Service of the Republic of Kosovo.



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