You will incorporate the most advanced sports methodology and techniques into your daily practice, presented by a teaching staff of exceptional professionalism’’

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There has been a gradual increase in healthier sporting habits, as well as greater demands in high-performance sports, making the role played by sports nurses even more crucial to any institution or team. Their work in assisting and preventing common sports injuries, as well as their ability to coordinate sporting events of various kinds, positions them favorably in a professional sense providing them with good prospects for the future.

Nurses cannot limit their expertise to a specific area of sports care, but, in contrast, they must continually expand their knowledge and update themselves in order to meet the most demanding requirements in the High Performance Sports sector. This program includes modules that cover the nutritional, psychological and pathological aspects of the athlete from an innovative and modern perspective and based on the most up-to-date scientific theories and studies.

This is combined with an eminently practical vision of the theory covered, with a thorough review of real cases that demonstrate the advantage of possessing up-to-date knowledge of highly demanding sports environments. This contextualization will provide a great boost to nurses’ whose aim is to update their knowledge, as it allows them to progress more effectively through the topics covered. 

In order to make this program as flexibile and adaptable to any pace of life, TECH has created a completely online format for the entire program. For this reason, we have eliminated both face-to-face classes and fixed schedules, in order to give nurses the freedom to choose how to manage their studies alongside their daily commitments.

Get up to date on the latest developments in sports nutrition, with an energy expenditure assessment updated to meet the highest sporting standards’’

This Professional Master’s Degree in Sports Nursing contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market. Its most notable features include:

  • The development of case studies presented by experts in nursing focused on the world of sports
  • The graphic, schematic, and practical contents with which they are created, provide practical information on the disciplines that are essential for professional practice
  • Practical exercises where self-assessment can be used to improve learning
  • Special emphasis on innovative methodologies
  • Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments
  • Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection

Access rich learning material containing a multitude of detailed videos, high quality multimedia content alongside complementary readings to further your knowledge of the topics that interest you the most’’

TECH’s teaching staff includes professionals from the sector who contribute their work experience to this training program, as well as renowned specialists from leading societies and prestigious universities.  

The multimedia content, developed with the latest educational technology, will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will provide immersive training programmed to learn in real situations.  

This program is designed around Problem-Based Learning, whereby the professional must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise during the academic year. For this purpose, the student will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system created by renowned and experienced experts.

You will not have to sacrifice any aspect of your personal or professional life to take on this degree, thanks to the fact that it is a 100% online master’s degree"

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In order to offer nurses the most effective update to their skill set, this program follows the Relearning pedagogical methodology. This means that key terms and concepts are repeated throughout the syllabus, resulting in a much more natural and progressive didactic process whilst enabling students to save themselves a great deal of time. They are supported by a library of high-quality complementary content, which has been personally selected by the teaching staff, including detailed videos and real case studies that provide greater context to the topics covered.  

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You will be able to download the entire contents and even use them as a quality source of reference material after completing your degree’’

Module 1. Anatomo-Physiological Fundamentals of Physical Activity

1.1. Concepts and History of Physical Activity and Sports Medicine and Nursing
1.2. Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics Applied to Physical Activity and Sports
1.3. Physiology of Exercise Energy Systems
1.4. Cardiovascular Adaptations to Physical Activity and Sports
1.5. Respiratory Adaptations to Physical Activity and Sports
1.6. Adaptations of the Musculoskeletal System to Physical Activity and Sports
1.7. Endocrine, Renal and Digestive Adaptations to Physical Activity and Sports
1.8. Evaluating Athletes’ Physical Ability Ergometry, Spirometry and Somatometry Nursing Interventions
1.9. Physical Activity in Environmental Stress Altitude and Depth
1.10. Thermoregulation During Physical Activity Nursing Interventions  
1.11. Fatigue and Overtraining

Module 2. Sports Nutrition

2.1. Assessment of Energy Expenditure Anthropometry and Body Composition Nursing Interventions
2.2. Carbohydrates and Physical Exercise
2.3. Fats and Physical Exercise
2.4. Protein and Physical Exercise
2.5. Vitamin and Mineral Supplements in Physical Exercise
2.6. Nutrition Before, During and After Exercise Nursing Interventions
2.7. Fluid and Electrolyte Replacement after Physical Activity and Sports. Nursing Interventions
2.8. Doping and Ergogenic Aids. Anti-Doping Control: Sample Collection Methodology. Nursing Interventions
2.9. Eating Disorders and Physical Activity and Sports. Nursing Interventions
2.10. Nutrition in Sports Injury Recovery

Module 3. Nursing, Health and Sports

3.1. Cycling
3.2. Team Sports
3.3. Racquet Sports
3.4. Swimming and Athletics
3.5. Ski
3.6. Combat Sports
3.7. Rowing and Canoeing
3.8. Health Effects of Exercise
3.9. Physical Activity and Physical Exercise for Health Improvement
3.10. Classification and Selection Criteria for Exercises and Movements

Module 4. Prescription and Promotion of Sports Physical Activity

4.1. Planning and Principles of Training
4.2. Benefits and Risks of Physical Activity and Sports
4.3. Fitness Testing for Inclusion in a Physical Exercise Program Nursing Interventions
4.4. Cardiovascular Training Nursing Interventions
4.5. Endurance Training Nursing Interventions
4.6. Strength Training Nursing Interventions
4.7. Mobility, Flexibility and Coordination Training. Nursing Interventions
4.8. Physical Activity and Sports in Special Populations. Nursing Interventions
4.9. Flexibility Training
4.10. Speed and Agility Training

Module 5. Sports Pathology

5.1. Epidemiology of Pathology in Physical Activity and Sports
5.2. Sports Injury Concept and Classification
5.3. Predisposing Factors to Sports Injuries
5.4. Prevention of Sports Injury Nursing Interventions
5.5. Initial Evaluation of the Injured User Nursing Interventions
5.6. Nursing Interventions for the Injured Athlete. Life Support, Mobilization, Immobilization, Manual and Wound Management Techniques
5.7. Diagnostic Tests in Physical Sports Injuries X-Rays, Ultrasound, MRI
5.8. Recovery of Physical Sports Injuries. Nursing Interventions
5.9. Shoulder Injuries in Sports
5.10. Upper Arm Injuries
5.11. Elbow Injuries in Sports
5.12. Forearm, Wrist and Hand Injuries in Sports
5.13. Head and Facial Injuries in Sports
5.14. Throat, Chest and Abdominal Injuries in Sports
5.15. Back/Spine Injuries in Sport

Module 6. Health Problems in Sports

6.1. Arterial Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia and Exercise
6.2. Diabetes and Exercise
6.3. Obesity, Weight Control and Exercise
6.4. Cardiopathies and Exercise Cardiovascular Rehabilitation
6.5. Asthma, Physical Exercise and Sport
6.6. OCFA and Physical Exercise Rehabilitation in Respiratory Patients
6.7. Exercise in Hematologic and Infectious Disorders
6.8. Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis in Relation to Exercise and Sports
6.9. Lower Back Pain and Exercise Postural hygiene Nursing Interventions
6.10. Dermatologic, Ophthalmologic and ENT Pathologies in Sport
6.11. Nursing Interventions in Medical-Surgical Pathology in Sport
6.12. Hygiene and Personal Hygiene in Sports Nursing Interventions

Module 7. Sports Psychology

7.1. Fundamentals of Physical Exercise and Sports Psychology
7.2. Psychology of Athletes, Coaches and Technical Staff Nursing Interventions
7.3. Motivation of the Physical Exercise Practitioner Nursing Interventions
7.4. Psychology and Sports Injuries
7.5. Psychopathology of Physical Exercise and Sport Nursing Interventions 
7.6. Basic Neurological Principles
7.7. Neurological Principles of Movement
7.8. Motor Skills and Learning
7.9. Models of Psychological Criteria Intervention
7.10. From Demand to Intervention Intervention in Training and Competition

Module 8. Biomechanics Applied to High-Performance Sports

8.1. Introduction to Biomechanics
8.2. Movement in One Dimension
8.3. Movement in a Plane
8.4. Kinematics of Rotations
8.5. Dynamics
8.6. Dynamics of Rotations
8.7. Static-Mechanical Balance
8.8. Biomechanical Analysis
8.9. Video Analysis
8.10. Case Studies

Module 9. Evaluation of the Athlete at Different Times of the Season

9.1. Biochemical Evaluation
9.2. Anthropometric Assessment
9.3. Preseason
9.4. Competitive Season
9.5. Transition Period
9.6. Travel
9.7. Athlete Monitoring
9.8. Sweat Rate Calculation
9.9. Multidisciplinary Work
9.10. Doping

Module 10. Nutrition Applied to High-Performance Sports

10.1. Energy Metabolism of Physical Effort
10.2. Assessing Nutritional Status and Body Composition
10.3. Assessing Energy Expenditure
10.4. Bodybuilding Nutrition and Body Recomposition
10.5. Nutrition in Strength-Based Sports
10.6. Nutrition in Team Sports
10.7. Nutrition in Endurance-Based Sports
10.8. Nutritional Ergogenic Aids
10.9. Eating Disorders and Sports Injuries
10.10. Advances and Research in Sports Nutritionestudiar enfermeria deportiva

The virtual classroom will be available 24 hours a day, and can be accessed from any device with an Internet connection’’