Description

This training will provide you with a sense of confidence in nursing practice, which will help you grow personally and professionally”

This new law involves the formal incorporation of changes related to safety, hygiene and ergonomics, and defines the competencies of the new prevention services. These services will start their activity mainly linked to the mutual insurance companies for occupational accidents as a complementary service in addition to assistance. 

This is where Occupational Nursing acquires a fundamental role in the organization and correct execution of the law, complementing its existing health care work with preventive, analytical, observation and health promotion work.

This Professional Master’s Degree offers the student the possibility of being introduced to and perfecting their knowledge in the broad framework of Occupational Nursing. The branches of this field range from the promotion of the worker's health, the prevention of occupational diseases and accidents, to the assistance of the injured worker with the follow-up of the process, the medical discharge or disability, if the competent body deems it necessary. All of this divided into detailed modules which will cover each field of nursing work within the field of occupational health. 

Furthermore, it is a topic of study that despite the fact that care and observation are on the rise, the figures are increasingly prominent in common contingency sick leave, representing a high economic cost for Spanish society.

Throughout the program we will carry out an exhaustive review of the main concepts that revolve around mutual and prevention societies and their main functions as private entities and collaborators of the social security. All this without losing sight of the nursing staff, who play a fundamental role in the workplace, since their role includes monitoring and understanding the contents of the data they handle and the results of the medical examinations carried out by the prevention and health surveillance companies. 

The role of the nursing staff is fundamental within the management bodies, such as mutual insurance companies for occupational accidents, in which nursing care is represented in all its essence: providing holistic care to injured workers, favoring the well-being of the patient, covering their recovery needs and managing everything they require from the clinical point of view: all this from the moment the accident takes place until the end of the process. 

Update your knowledge through the Professional Master’s Degree in Occupational Nursing"

This Professional Master’s Degree in Occupational Nursing contains the most complete and up-to-date program on the market. The most important features include:

  • Development of more than 75 clinical cases presented by experts in Occupational Nursing.
  • The graphic, schematic, and eminently practical contents with which they are created provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essential for professional practice.
  • The latest information on care and intervention in Occupational Nursing.
  • Practical exercises where the self-evaluation process can be carried out to improve learning.
  • Algorithm-based interactive learning system for decision-making in the situations that are presented to the student.
  • With special emphasis on evidence-based nursing and research methodologies in Occupational Nursing.
  • All of this will be complemented by 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.

This Professional Master’s Degree may be the best investment you can make in the selection of a refresher programme for two reasons: in addition to updating your knowledge in Occupational Nursing, you will obtain a qualification from Professional Master’s Degree"

The teaching staff includes professionals from the field of Occupational Nursing, who bring their experience to this training program, as well as renowned specialists from leading scientific societies.

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 program to train in real situations.

The design of this program focuses on problem-based learning, by means of which the educator will have to try to solve the different professional practice situations that will arise throughout the program. For this purpose, the physician will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system created by renowned and experienced experts in the field of Occupational Nursing with extensive teaching experience.

Increase your decision-making confidence by expanding your knowledge through this master's degree"

Make the most of the opportunity to learn about the latest advances in Occupational Nursing and improve the care of your patients"

Syllabus

The structure of the contents has been designed by a team of professionals from the best hospitals and universities in the country, who are aware of the relevance of up-to-date training to be able to intervene in the prevention, care and monitoring of work-based problems or accidents in our patients, and are committed to quality teaching through new educational technologies.

This Professional Master’s Degree in Occupational Nursing contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market”

Module 1. Up-to-Date Information in Occupational Health

1.1.     Work and Health

1.1.1.     Definition and Concepts
1.1.2.     Scope

1.2.     Determinants of the Health of the Working Population

1.2.1.     Social System and Repercussions in the Health of a Working Population

1.3.     Worldwide Panorama of Occupational Health

1.3.1.     Epidemiology of Occupational Health and Disease
1.3.2.     General Working Conditions

1.4.    Health of Workers in Special Situations

1.4.1.     Occupational Protection in Pregnancy
1.4.2.     Chronically Ill Individual and Occupational Health

1.5.     Public Health and Occupational Health in Spain

1.5.1.     Evolution Over Time
1.5.2.     Current Situation
1.5.3.     Pending Issues

Module 2. Conceptual and Legal Framework of Occupational Nursing

2.1.     Occupational Nursing

2.1.1.     Definition and Contextualization
2.1.2.     Historical Framework of Reference

2.2.     Status of Occupational Nursing Inside and Outside of Our Borders

2.2.1.     Situation in the National Field
2.2.2.     Situation in the International Field

2.3.     Legislative Framework Applied to Occupational Nursing

2.3.1.     Legislative Review in Occupational Nursing
2.3.2.     Organic Law on the Protection of Personal Data 2018

2.4.     European Directive on Occupational Health

2.4.1.     Treaty on the Functioning of the EU Article 153
2.4.2.     Directive Framework and Adaptation for Member Countries

2.5.     Spanish Legislation on the Subject of Occupational Health

2.5.1.     Spanish Constitution
2.5.2.     General Law of Health 14/1986
2.5.3.     Occupational Risk Prevention Legislation 31/1995
2.5.4.     General Law of Public Health 33/2011
2.5.5.     Royal Decree 843/2011 which establishes the basic criteria on the organization of resources in order to develop health activity for the prevention services 
2.5.6.     Confidentiality of Medical Data Regulations

Module 3. Health Law and Deontology in Occupational Nursing

3.1.     Rights and Responsibilities of Healthcare Professionals

3.1.1.     Rights
3.1.2.     Responsibilities

3.2.     Rights and Responsibilities of the Patients

3.2.1.     Rights
3.2.2.     Responsibilities

3.3.     Confidentiality, Clinical Documentation and Informed Consent

3.3.1.     Importance of Data Confidentiality 
3.3.2.     Informed Consent for the Patient

3.4.     Personal Data Protection Regulation

3.4.1.     New Organic Law for Personal Data Protection
3.4.2.     Perspective for Businesses and Users

3.5.     Ethical and Deontological Aspects in the Professional Practice of Occupational Nurses

3.5.1.     Ethical Rules on Which the Professional Activity is Based
3.5.2.     Ethical Problems that Occur on a Daily Basis (Religion, Refusal of Treatment)

3.6.     Professional Responsibility

3.6.1.     Professional Orientation of the Nurse
3.6.2.     Guide and Observation of Our Patients

3.7.     Regulations and Legislation on the Management of the Health Professions

3.7.1.     Qualified Health Professions
3.7.2.     General Principles of the Relationship Between Health Professionals and the People They Care For
3.7.3.     Professional Practice of Health Organizations
3.7.4.     Interprofessional Relationships and Team Work

Module 4. General Aspects of Management

4.1.     Business, Types of Business Organization, Work Contract

4.1.1.     Types of Businesses
4.1.2.     Types of Business Organization
4.1.3.     Types of Work Contracts

4.2.     Human and Material Resources Management

4.2.1.     Human Resources Management
4.2.2.     Material Resources Management

4.3.     Organization of Work

4.3.1.     Lineal Organization
4.3.2.     Functional Organization

4.4.     Teamwork

4.4.1.     Advantages
4.4.2.     Possible Disadvantages 

4.5.     Strategic Planning

4.5.1.     Integration Strategies
4.5.2.     Intensive Strategies
4.5.3.     Diversification Strategies
4.5.4.     Defensive Strategies

4.6.     Labor Law

4.6.1.     Workers’ Rights and Responsibilities
4.6.2.     Business Owners’ Rights and Responsibilities 

4.7.     Quality Systems in Organizations

4.7.1.     Audits
4.7.2.     Audit Objectives
4.7.3.     Types of Audit

4.8.     Studies, Protocols, Program Evaluation and Action Guides for Occupational Nursing Practice

4.8.1.     Importance of Protocols and Action Guides
4.8.2.     Program Evaluation

Module 5. Techniques for the Prevention of Occupational Risks

5.1.     Safety At Work

5.1.1.     Concept and Definition of Security/ Safety
5.1.2.     Safety Techniques

5.2.     Research

5.2.1.     Analysis
5.2.2.     Accident Evaluation
5.2.3.     Role of the Nurse

5.3.     Rules and Signs of Security

5.3.1.     Legal Regulation
5.3.2.     Signalling Systems

5.4.     Collective and Individual Protection

5.4.1.     Collective Protection
5.4.2.     Individual Protection Equipment
5.4.3.     Regulations

5.5.     Emergency Planning and Self-Protection

5.5.1.     Self-Protection Plans
5.5.2.     Emergency Planning
5.5.3.     Emergency Drills
5.5.4.     Individuals Responsible for Implementing the Plan

5.6.     Analysis, Assessment and Specific Risk Control

5.6.1.     Analysis
5.6.2.     Assessment
5.6.3.     Specific Risk Control

5.7.     Toxic and Dangerous Waste

5.7.1.     Regulations for Toxic and Dangerous Waste
5.7.2.     Packaging, Labeling and Storage
5.7.3.     Classification of Waste
5.7.4.     Action Plan for a Spillage or Contamination
5.7.5.     Safety Recommendations

5.8.     Road Safety

5.8.1.     Work Traffic Accident
5.8.2.     Precautions and Prevention Measures
5.8.3.     Regulations and Legislation

5.9.     Industrial Hygiene

5.9.1.     Concepts and Objectives
5.9.2.     Action Protocol

5.10.     Chemical Agents Occupational Toxicology

5.10.1.     Classification of Harmful Substances
5.10.2.     Absorption, Distribution, Accumulation, Biotransformation and Excretion of Harmful Substances

5.11.     Chemical Agents

5.11.1.     Effects
5.11.2.     Assessment
5.11.3.     Control

5.12.     Physical Agents

5.12.1.     Classification of Physical Effects Harmful for Occupational Health
5.12.2.     Effects
5.12.3.     Assessment
5.12.4.     Control

5.13.     Biological Agents

5.13.1.     Classification of Biological Agents Harmful for Occupational Health
5.13.2.     Effects
5.13.3.     Assessment
5.13.4.     Control

5.14.     Specific Legal Regulations

5.14.1.     Physical Agents
5.14.2.     Chemical Agents
5.14.3.     Biological Agents

5.15.     Ergonomics

5.15.1.     Concepts and Objectives
5.15.2.     Environmental Conditions in Ergonomics
5.15.3.     Conception and Design of a Job Position
5.15.4.     Physical and Mental Load of the Job

5.16.     Psychosociology Applied to Prevention

5.16.1.     Concepts and Objectives
5.16.2.     Factors of Psychosocial and Organizational Nature
5.16.3.     Consequences of the Harmful Psychosocial Factors and Their Assessment
5.16.4.     Psychosocial Intervention

Module 6. Health Prevention and Promotion in the Workplace

6.1.     Workplace Health Prevention

6.1.1.     Concepts and Objectives

6.2.     Health Examination

6.2.1.     Performance of Diagnostic Method Techniques and Procedures

6.3.     Specific Health Surveillance Protocols

6.3.1.     Asbestos
6.3.2.     Cytostatic Agents
6.3.3.     Intrinsic Allergic Alveolitis
6.3.4.     Inhalation Anesthetic Agents
6.3.5.     Workplace Dermatosis
6.3.6.     Repetitive Movement
6.3.7.     Data Display Screens
6.3.8.     Silicosis
6.3.9.     Ionizing Radiation
6.3.10.     Other Protocols

6.4.     Occupational Medical History

6.4.1.     Aspects to Consider When Taking a History
6.4.2.     Documentation and Related Reports
6.4.3.     Specific Regulations

6.5.     Particularly Sensitive Worker Population

6.5.1.     Detection of Health Needs
6.5.2.     Adapting to the Job Position
6.5.3.     Specific Regulations

6.6.     Vaccines

6.6.1.     Vaccine Calendar
6.6.2.     Specific Vaccines

6.7.     Health Surveillance

6.7.1.     Revision and Surveillance Protocols
6.7.2.     Detection of Problems
6.7.3.     Performance

6.8.     Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

6.8.1.     Measures for the Adaptation of Sensitive Workers to the Workplace
6.8.2.     Workplace Adjustment Measures for People with Health Problems

6.9.     Occupational Health Promotion Within Their Environments

6.9.1.     Occupational Stress
6.9.2.     Tobacco
6.9.3.     Physical Exercise and Food
6.10.     Intervention Strategies in Health Promotion in the Workplace

6.10.1.     Sensitivity Campaigns
6.10.2.     Training and Skills
6.10.3.     Health Promoting Environments
6.10.4.     Business Policies

6.11.     Intervention Models in Health Promotion in the Workplace

6.11.1.     Communication Techniques
6.11.2.     Motivational Interview
6.11.3.     Group Dynamics
6.11.4.     Audiovisual Resources

6.12.     Intervention Models in Health Promotion in the Community

6.12.1.     Objectives and Goals

6.13.     Health Education Within the Framework of Health Promotion
6.14.     Health Programs Organized by Health Institutions
6.15.     Primary Prevention Campaigns

6.15.1.     Vaccination and Immunization

Module 7. Prevention Services Management

7.1.     Regulatory Framework

7.1.1.     Occupational Risk Prevention Law

7.2.     Planning Preventive Activity

7.2.1.     Risk Prevention Plan

7.2.1.1. Promises and Objectives
7.2.1.2. Practices, Procedures and Processes
7.2.1.3. Participation and Consultation
7.2.1.4. Training

7.3.     Organization of the Prevention

7.3.1.     Company Obligations
7.3.2.     Periodic Controls
7.3.3.     Modes of Preventive Organization

7.3.3.1. Privately Owned Centers

7.3.3.1.1. Own Prevention Service
7.3.3.1.2. Designated Workers
7.3.3.1.3. Prevention Service Outside of the Business
7.3.3.1.4. Responsibility Assumed by the Business Owner

7.3.3.2. Publicly Owned Centers

7.3.3.2.1. Own Prevention Service
7.3.3.2.2. Designated Workers
7.3.3.2.3. Prevention Service Outside of the Business

7.4.     Documentation and Reports of Preventative Activity

7.4.1.    General Prevention Manual
7.4.2.     Training Plan

7.5.     Health Surveillance Management Systems

7.5.1.     Surveillance Legislation
7.5.2.     Occupational Health Professional
7.5.3.     Obligations and Rights of the Worker
7.5.4.     Obligations and Rights of the Employer
7.5.5.     Quality in Prevention Services 

7.6.     Audits in Prevention Services 

7.6.1.     Preparing the Audit 
7.6.2.     Carrying Out the Audit
7.6.3.     Reports of the Audit
7.6.4.     Legal Requirements to Audit

Module 8. Care Area

8.1.     Occupational Accidents

8.1.1.     Definition and Cover
8.1.2.     Process for Reporting Occupational Accidents with Sick Leave
8.1.3.     Data Collected in the Occupational Accident Report

8.2.     Professional Illnesses

8.2.1.     Main Professional Diseases
8.2.2.     Current Regulations on Professional Illnesses
8.2.3.     Specific Obligations of the Employer
8.2.4.     Declaration of the Professional Illness
8.2.5.     Specific Regulations

8.3.     Risk During Pregnancy and Lactation

8.3.1.     Applicable Regulations
8.3.2.     Workers’ Rights

8.4.     Childcare

8.4.1.     Benefits and Regulations
8.4.2.     Subsidiaries

8.5.     Toxicology

8.5.1.     Urgent Attention
8.5.2.     Forms of Notification

8.6.     Occupational Pathologies Caused by Chemical Agents Nursing Care

8.6.1.     Decontamination and Care of the Wound
8.6.2.     Action in Chemical Emergencies

8.7.     Occupational Pathologies Caused by Physical Agents Nursing Care

8.7.1.     Injury Detection 
8.7.2.     Monitoring of Wounds, Bruises, Abrasions, etc.

8.8.     Occupational Pathologies Caused by Biological Agents Nursing Care

8.8.1.     Accidental Contamination, Action Protocol
8.8.2.     Accidental Innoculation, Action Protocol

8.9.     Occupational Pathologies Caused by Psychosocial Factors Nursing Care

8.9.1.     Detection and Monitoring of Occupational Stress
8.9.2. Detection and Monitoring of Depression

8.10.     Occupational Pathologies Caused by Organization Factors Nursing Care

8.10.1.     Detection and Monitoring of Harrassment at Work

8.11.     Occupational Musculoskeletal Pathologies Nursing Care

8.11.1.     Detection of Problems
8.11.2.     Application of Corrective Measures

8.12.     Occupational and Social Rehabilitation

8.12.1.     Rehabilitation Models and Stages
8.12.2.     Socio-Occupational, Psychological and Economic Consequences
8.12.3.     Prevention of Disabilities

8.13.     Legal and Expert Area

8.13.1.     Bodily Injury
8.13.2.     Forensic Action in Nursing

8.14.     Occupational Disability

8.14.1.     Legal Concepts, Types and Grades

8.15.     After-Effects of Occupational Accidents and Occupational Diseases
8.16.     Assessment of Workers’ Ability to Work
8.17.     Sick Leave and Return to Work, From Either Accident or Disease, Official Documentation
8.18.     Quantification of Deficiencies and Disabilities

8.18.1.     Regulations and Protocols

8.19.     The National Social Security System

8.19.1.     Management and Collaborative Bodies

8.20.     Loans

8.20.1.     Types of Contigency and Cover
8.20.2.     Special Situations

8.21.    Environmental Management

8.21.1.     Environment Regulatory Framework
8.21.2.     Environmental Management Systems

8.21.2.1. Waste Management

8.21.3.     Environmental Effects of the Industry

8.21.3.1. Pollution

8.21.4.     Audit of the Environmental Management System

8.21.4.1. Environmental Management Systems, Regulations
8.21.4.2. Non-Conformity and Preventive and Corrective Action
8.21.4.3. Audit of the Environmental Management System and Compliance Audits

Module 9. Occupational Sociology

9.1.     Performance Management

9.1.1.     Keys for Positive Management
9.1.2.     Talent Detection and Retention
9.1.3.     Compensation and Non-Economic Benefits

9.2.     Communication in the Company

9.2.1.     Internal Communication
9.2.2.     Open Communication
9.2.3.     Personal and Influencial Skills 

9.3.     Negotiation

9.3.1.     Conflict Resolution
9.3.2.     Negotiation Focuses
9.3.3.     Effective Negotiation Techniques

9.4.     Corporate Social Responsibility

9.4.1.     Business and Environment
9.4.2.     Systems and Tools for Responsible Management
9.4.3.     Business ethics

9.5.     Training in the Company

9.5.1.     Obligations for the Worker
9.5.2.     Subjects to Be Taught
9.5.3.     Control Measures