The world's largest faculty of nursing”
This program will allow you to delve into the latest developments in School Nursing, delving into aspects such as the care of the child with asthma or diabetes, among many other issues"
Concern for the well-being and health of children has led to the resurgence of the importance of having nursing professionals in schools. An indispensable staff for the educational community that demands their services given the great contribution that their knowledge and skills make to the health of schoolchildren. This Professional Master’s Degree offers a 12-month educational program, under the guidance of a management and teaching staff with extensive experience in the health and education sector.
A program taught 100% online, where the professional will learn, through multimedia resources, the key concepts for the performance of their work in schools. This way, it will delve into the practical methodology in health education, digital skills oriented to health education, the implementation of educational plans and the implementation of actions that promote proper hygiene and eating habits among young students. The simulation of case studies provided by a specialized teaching team will be of great use to the professional who wishes to renew their knowledge with practical teaching.
The professional is in front of an intensive program, but at the same time flexible, since they will have all the syllabus from the beginning of the program. In this way, you will be able to distribute the course load according to your needs, combining it with your professional responsibilities if you wish. TECH offers the professional the opportunity to study a high-level education in a convenient format, without attendance or fixed class schedules. Students will only need an electronic device (computer, tablet or cell phone) to access the library of teaching resources to view them whenever and wherever they want.
TECH's 100% online methodology will allow you to update your knowledge in environmental emergency care in the school environment in a comfortable and fast way, studying where, how and when you want"
This Professional Master’s Degree in School Nursing contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market. The most important features include:
- Case studies presented by experts in School Nursing
- The graphic, schematic, and practical contents with which they are created, provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essential for professional practice
- Practical exercises where the self-assessment process can be carried out to improve learning
- Its 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
This Professional Master’s Degree will give you the opportunity to access the most up-to-date content on affective education within the framework of health education"
The program’s teaching staff includes professionals from the sector who contribute their work experience to this 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 knowledge 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 throughout the program. For this purpose, the student will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system created by renowned and experienced experts.
Update your knowledge on the protocols of action in situations of risk in childhood and adolescence"
With this program, you will delve into the latest advances in the adaptation of diets adapted to students with special needs"
The management and faculty that make up this program have poured their extensive knowledge into the syllabus to which the nursing professional will have access. A curriculum that has been structured in modules where the main concepts to be taken into account in the professional performance in an educational environment will be approached in an exhaustive way. The Relearning system, used by TECH in all its programs, will allow students to progressively advance through this Professional Master’s Degree while reducing the long hours of study so frequent in other teaching methods.
A curriculum that provides you with the necessary teaching tools to renew your knowledge in a more dynamic way"
Module 1. Practical Methodologies for Health Education
1.1. Theoretical Bases of Health Education
1.2. The Agents of Health Education
1.3. The Role of the Educator Functions, Attitudes and Skills
1.4. Conducting Individual Educational Sessions Individual Educational Techniques
1.5. Conducting Group Educational Sessions Group Educational Techniques
1.6. Programming in Health Education Bases and Stages
1.7. Teaching Resources in Health Education Digital Applications in Health Education
1.8. Health Education Programs with the Greatest Impact on School Health
Module 2. Digital Skills for Health Education
2.1. Collaborative Learning 2.0 in Health Education Social Learning Theories
2.2. Navigation and Infoxication
2.3. Time Management in the network
2.4. Videos and Comics in Educational Health
2.5. Blogs as an Educational Resource
2.6. Social Networks and Health Education
2.7. PLEs or Personalized Learning Spaces
Module 3. The Design of a Training Plan
3.1. How to Design a Training Plan According to Training Needs and Detection of Previous Level of Knowledge
3.2. Identification and Formulation of Objectives and Competency-based Training
3.3. Training Contents
3.4. Training Modalities and Strategies
3.5. Evaluation of Health Interventions
3.6. Flipped Classroom
3.7. Play as an Educational Instrument. Gamification in Health Education. Augmented Reality
Module 4. Implementation of the Training Action
4.1. Communication Strategies
4.2. How to Prepare a Presentation
4.3. The Exposition Session
4.4. “Marketing” in Health Education: Evaluating the Impact of Health Campaigns
Module 5. Health Promotion in Schools Integration of the School Nurse
5.1. Four Key Ideas: Health, Health Promotion, Prevention and Health Education
5.2. The Health Promoting School Movement
5.3. Health as a Cross-Cutting Issue at School
5.4. School Nursing: An Interdisciplinary Reality
Module 6. From Theory to Practice: Day to Day Life in a Regular School
6.1. Administration and Management Function: Implementation of the School Nursing Service
6.2. The Role of the School Nurse: Competencies and Development
6.3. Teaching Role of the Nurse
Module 7. Educate in Values and Social Abilities
7.1. What are Values and What Are They For?
7.2 How to Transmit Values in School
7.3. What are Life Skills
7.4. How to Promote the Development of Life Skills
Module 8. Prevention of Drug Addiction and Other Addictive Behavior
8.1. Smoking and Young People
8.2. Consumption of Alcohol and Its Consequences
8.3. Illegal Drugs
8.4. Drug Addiction Prevention in the School Environment
8.5. Non-Substance Addictions
Module 9. Affective Education Within the Framework of Health Education
9.1. Affectivity and Health
9.2. Affective Education in Early Childhood
9.3. Affective Education in Primary Children
9.4. Teenagers and Affectivity
Module 10. How to Promote Healthy Eating at School
10.1. Eating and Its Repercussion in School Health
10.2. Eating to Prevent Health Problems
10.3. The School Dinner Hall
10.4. Food Allergies and Intolerances
10.5. Eating Disorders
Module 11. School Hygiene and Ergonomics in the School Environment
11.1. Body Hygiene
11.2. Ergonomics Applied in the Classroom
Module 12. Prevention and Attention to Risk Situations and the Most Frequent Diseases in School-Age Children
12.1. Supervision Program for School Health
12.3. Caring for Asthmatic Children
12.4. Care for Diabetic Children
12.5. Care for Epileptic Children
12.6. Care for Children with Allergies
12.7. Supplementary Documentation
12.8. Transmittable Disease Control at School
12.9. Prevention and Action in the Face of Mental Health Problems in the School Setting
Module 13. Principles of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Applied to School Nursing
13.1. Introduction to Solution-Focused Nursing
13.2. Origin of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
13.3. Theoretical Premises
13.4. Developing Solution-Focused Communication Skills
Module 14. Nursing in Special Education Schools
14.1. The Role of the Nurse in Special Education Schools
14.2. Most Common Syndromes of EWC Students
14.3. Multi-Disability, Ensuring Physical and Mental Well-Being
14.4. Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Addressing Behavioral Issues
14.5. Health Education in Special Education Schools
14.6. ICT in Children With Special Needs
14.7. Nutrition and Healthy Habits
Module 15. Action in the Case of an Emergency in the School Environment
15.1. Reference documents of the latest AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC 2015.
15.2. Recognition and Management of Ill Children
15.3. Basic Life Support and AED in Children.
15.4. Basic Life Support and AED in Adults
15.5. Injury Emergencies: Wounds and Burns
15.6. Environmental Emergencies: Bites and Stings, Poisoning and Temperature-Related Emergencies
Module 16. Recovery of Quality Information Specializing in Health Sciences
16.2. Knowledge of the Different Sources of Information
16.3. Design of Search Strategies: PICO Questions
16.4. Refinement of Search Results
16.5. Creating Bibliographic Alerts
Module 17. Bibliographic Reference Management
17.2. Import References Directly into Zotero Reference Manager
17.3. PDF Metadata Extraction
17.4. Use of Tags or Metatags to Classify the Bibliography
17.5. Inclusion of References in Text
17.6. Social Web and Group Work
Module 18. Critical Reading on Outcomes Research
18.2. Some Basic Concepts in Epidemiology
18.3. Quantitative Research Designs Data Interpretation and Techniques for Controlling Reliability, Validity, and Scientific Accuracy.
18.4. Qualitative Research Designs and Identification of the Social and Cultural Components of Health and Illness
18.5. Instruments for Critical Reading: AGREE Instrument.
Module 19. How to Prepare a Research Protocol
19.1. Headings that Make Up the Protocol of a Research Project
19.2. Editorial Staff articles with Scientific Structure
19.3. Writing a Case Report, Review, Qualitative Research Article, and a Thesis or Dissertation
19.4. Style in Scientific Communication
Module 20. Master’s Thesis: Academic Work of Bibliographic Review and Research
20.1. The Importance of a Master's Thesis
20.2. Proposal and Feasibility of a Master’s Thesis
20.3. Recommendations for the Preparation of the Master’s Thesis
20.4. Development and Evaluation of the Master’s Thesis
20.5. Recommendations for the Defence of the Master’s Thesis
An online program that will allow you to keep abreast of the latest strategies and dynamics used in schools to promote healthy habits”