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Objectives of the Nursing Degree

The Nursing Degree will train general practitioner nurses with scientific and humane preparation and enough trained to assess, identify, act and evaluate the necessities of health and cares of healthy and ill people, famílies and comunity (Aneca, 2005).

They should know strategies to provide health promotion and disease prevention, as well as activities that contribute to the restoration of illness or care necessary to provide a dignified death. Inside the area of the health system, the nurse shares with other health professionals the functions of planning, organization, management and evaluation to guarantee an adequate health system to develop the potential of people in different situations in life daily health promotion, disease prevention and care of the sick or disabled. In the context of the EHEA, these professional trainings have been acquired during the training cycle as defined on the basis of qualifications and competences which granted greater role for students and greater responsibility in its learning processes.

The general objectives of degree must respond to these professional features and thus nursing students in completing his graduate studies, in accordance with the essence of the profession and the Dublin Descriptors according to the Marco español de Calificaciones para la Educación Superior (MECES) (EU, 2008) they will be able to:

1.      Demonstrate that tey have wide  knowledge of the nursing science, and knowledge of health, human and social sciences to respond to needs and expectations of the health of individuals, families, groups and community.
2.      Apply knowledge and skills acquired in specific areas of nursing and to analyze responses, solidly founded and justified in situations of health / illness of individuals, families and / or community at all stages of the life cycle ensuring continuity of services with the health team.
3.     Collect and interpret data from health problems / illness to individuals, families and / or community, to evaluate them from a holistic perspective (biological, psychological and sociocultural) and develop together with them strategies to solve them using a process of nursing care.
4.      Transmit ideas and innovative solutions to health problems / illness using research to professionals of health area.
5.      Develop skills that allow them to take responsibility for deciding, identifying and prioritizing their own learning needs by analyzing situations of health / disease from different points of view.
Useful information
Head Teacher:

Mercedes Abades
MAbades@santpau.cat

Degree Coordinator:

Beatriz Campillo
BCampillo@santpau.cat

1st Course Coordinator:

Maria Serret
MSerret@santpau.cat

2on Course Coordinator
Elvira Hernández
EHernandezMa@santpau.cat 

3rd Course Coordinator
Maria Teresa Ricart
MRicart@santpau.cat 

4th Course Coordinator:

Eva Román
ERoman@santpau.cat

Mobility and Exchange Coordinator:

Montserrat Guillaumet
MGuillaumet@santpau.cat

Research Coordinator:

Eva Román
ERoman@santpau.cat 

Quality Coordinator: 

Rosalia Santesmases
RSantesmases@santpau.cat

Master degress Coordinators

Nursing Care for Cardiac Patients:


Maria Teresa Ricart
MRicart@santpau.cat 

Gerontologic ang Geriatric Nursing:

Elvira Hernández
EHernandezMa@santpau.cat

Intensive Nursing:

Antonio Torres
ATorresQ@santpau.cat


Oncological Nursing:

Adelaida Ramos
ARamosF@santpau.cat 
Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing:

Montserrat Sirvent
MSirvent@santpau.cat

Perioperative Nursing:

Beatriz Campillo
BCampillo@santpau.cat 

Addictive Behaviors:
Prevention and Nursing Intervention:


Montserrat Sirvent
MSirvent@santpau.cat 

Nursing Care for Children and Adolescent:  

Maria Serret
MSerret@santpau.cat 
 

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