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EYDI21SY Master's Degree Programme in Digital Health
Development of Expertise
Savonia curricula are composed of courses. They are not unconnected: rather they support the overall progress of the student and his/her development of expertise. At the same time it makes possible the connecting of teaching and research- development- and innovation work originating from work life. Today’s workers move from one job to another within the organisations and between organisations. This emphasises the many-sided competences and capabilities. Also the workers must react to changing environments e.g. the work of digitalised health expertise takes place from tertiary care to primary care, specialised care, private health care, enterprises, and in homes or assisted living places. The theory and the practical assignments are combined with the studies.
Curriculum of degree programme in digital health has been drawn up, so that
- the degree produces the degree of competence required in work life
- the education ensures the development of the student’s expertise
- the education enhances lifelong learning
- draws up to support his/her studies an individual study plan in which earlier acquired competence is identified
- is responsible for the progression of his/her studies.
Savonia’s teachers and other personnel facilitate and support in the defining and achieving of individual goals. The student starts the planning of the thesis in during the first semester. The students begin already at the early stages of their studies the planning of their thesis. The thesis is supported with virtual courses in the methods of developing work life. For example a Master degree programme in digital health expertise: The themes for the first year are the Developing the Digital Health competence and Health Promotion competence. The competence objectives are that after the first year the student is able to evaluate and develop digital health, new tech-environments for the benefit of both patient/citizen and multidisciplinary personnel. He/she understands the importance of planning and strategic thinking as a resource for promoting and building personalised eHealth, and well-being promotion based on evidence, qualified information. The theme of the second year is Interdisciplinary Partnership competence. The competence objective is that the student is able to evaluate and make use of national and international networks. In addition, she/he creates multiprofessional partnerships in Digital Health and health tech environment. She/he is able to direct and develop partnerships and brings one’s expertise in interdisciplinary networks/groups.
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