A woman in positive interaction with a child

Master of nursing with a community health perspective

CE | Full-time | 1,5 år

A woman in positive interaction with a child

The continuing education programme in public health nursing is clinically oriented and is aimed at nurses who want to specialize in public health nursing.

Om studiet

  • Søknadstart February 1, 2024
    Søknadsfrist April 15, 2024
    Oppstart August 19, 2024
    Studiepoeng 90
    Støttes av lånekassen Ja
    Studiets lengde 1,5 år
    Undervisningsspråk Norwegian
    Pris
    • Semesteravgift NOK 690
    • Kopiavgift/studentråd NOK 320
    • Studieavgift NOK 23300
    • Administrasjonsgebyr NOK 39
    • Totalt per semester NOK 24349
    Opptakskrav og poeng

    Opptakskrav Oslo

    • Norsk autorisasjon i sykepleie
    • Minimum to års praksis i en pasientrettet 100% sykepleierstilling. Deltid regnes om til heltid. Praksis regnes fra og med dato for utstedt autorisasjon
    • Karakterkrav C som regnes ut etter et vektet snitt av grunnutdanningen

    Søker må være kvalifisert iht. opptakskravene innen søknadsfrist 15. april. Søknadsfristen er absolutt. Det er derfor viktig at du laster opp all dokumentasjon innen denne fristen. Dokumentasjon som er lastet opp senere enn 15. april blir ikke tatt hensyn til.

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    Dokumentasjonskrav

    Følgende må lastes opp i søknadsweb når du søker og senest innen søknadsfristens utløp:

    • Vitnemål fra bachelorgrad
    • Norsk autorisasjon som sykepleier / HPR-nummer
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    • Følgende gjelder kun søkere i kvote for konstituerte helsesykepleiere: bekreftelse fra leder på stilling som konstituert helsesykepleier. 25 % av studieplassene er forbeholdt søkere som jobber som konstituerte helsesykepleiere

    Arbeidsavtaler/-kontrakter og CV godkjennes ikke som dokumentasjon på arbeidspraksis.

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Spørsmål og svar

  • Competence and qualifications

    The contiuing education programme in public health nursing will give the candidate a deeper understanding of the challenges of public health work in general, and child health centres and school health services in particular, and how these services can be safeguarded. The study programme will also qualify students for positions as a public health nurse in the primary care services.

  • Work placement

    Ten weeks of the programme (4 in the spring semester + 6 in the autumn semester) will be spent in a work placement in a child health centre or school health service. VID strives to secure placements close to where students live, but the number of placements we can secure in each county (outside Eastern Norway) varies from year to year. Students therefore need to be flexible and to be aware that their work placement may not be in their home county. Students may need to commute or rent somewhere to stay whilst on the work placement. Travel and accommodation expenses are not reimbursed for public health nursing students.

  • Incorporation into a Master’s degree

    The contiuing education programme can be counted towards the first part of the Master’s degree in Clinical Nursing, which will start in autumn 2020.

  • Relevance of the study programme

    The public health nurse’s area of work in primary health care is mainly related to child health centres, school health services and health centres for adolescents. Almost all children attend a health centre for the first few years of their life, regardless of their parents’ social position. The health centres thereby help to reduce social inequalities in health. An effective school health service that helps promote good mental and physical health in children and young people is important in a public health perspective.

    Health centres for adolescents provide free health services for the 13–25 age group, and therefore represent an important service for those at a vulnerable age with many physical and mental changes.

Spørsmål og svar

  • Competence and qualifications

    The contiuing education programme in public health nursing will give the candidate a deeper understanding of the challenges of public health work in general, and child health centres and school health services in particular, and how these services can be safeguarded. The study programme will also qualify students for positions as a public health nurse in the primary care services.

  • Work placement

    Ten weeks of the programme (4 in the spring semester + 6 in the autumn semester) will be spent in a work placement in a child health centre or school health service. VID strives to secure placements close to where students live, but the number of placements we can secure in each county (outside Eastern Norway) varies from year to year. Students therefore need to be flexible and to be aware that their work placement may not be in their home county. Students may need to commute or rent somewhere to stay whilst on the work placement. Travel and accommodation expenses are not reimbursed for public health nursing students.

  • Incorporation into a Master’s degree

    The contiuing education programme can be counted towards the first part of the Master’s degree in Clinical Nursing, which will start in autumn 2020.

  • Relevance of the study programme

    The public health nurse’s area of work in primary health care is mainly related to child health centres, school health services and health centres for adolescents. Almost all children attend a health centre for the first few years of their life, regardless of their parents’ social position. The health centres thereby help to reduce social inequalities in health. An effective school health service that helps promote good mental and physical health in children and young people is important in a public health perspective.

    Health centres for adolescents provide free health services for the 13–25 age group, and therefore represent an important service for those at a vulnerable age with many physical and mental changes.

Malene Brekke

Programme Director

Malene Brekke

assistant professor

Faculty of Health Sciences

malene.brekke@vid.no

Merete Gloppen

Admission

Merete Gloppen

student advisor

Division for Academic and Student Affairs

merete.gloppen@vid.no

Emneliste

  • MAHEL5010 Folkehelsearbeid
  • MAHEL5020 Helsesykepleiers tjenesteutøvelse 1
  • MAHEL5030 Kunnskapsbasert praksis
  • MAHEL5040 Helsesykepleiers tjenesteutøvelse 2
  • MAHEL5400 Vitenskapsteori, forskningsmetoder og forskningsetikk
  • MAHEL6200 Prosjektbeskrivelse/Forberedelse til masteroppgave
  • MAHEL5500 Ledelse, tjenesteforbedring og samfunnsengasjement
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