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Curriculum

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The organization of courses

Based on students’ characteristics and background, the teaching strategy will adopt adult learning principles, diversified learning methods, and case discussions or situational teaching methods. The course process will also be arranged in accordance with the difficult, shallow and different subject areas, such as the human life cycle as the framework, the curriculum will gradually progress from basic medicine to nursing professional courses, and consider teaching before entering basic medical or nursing courses. Life cycle development, anatomy and physiology, microbial immunization, and other professional courses in various diseases and nursing/internships, combined with various classroom and situational simulation exercises, provide students with integrated care and clinical pre-graduation Practical ability to use.

Education Goals: 

Professional knowledge: general clinical knowledge and skills, basic biomedical science, communication and cooperation, critical thinking Humanistic quality: caring, ethical literacy, responsibility Self-development: continuing education

 

Curriculum designs: 

Professional compulsory (82 credit points / 133 hours)

Professional fundamental courses: Anatomy (including experiment), Physiology (including experiments), Biochemistry (including experiments), Pathology Microbiology and immunology, Pharmacology, Nutrition Professional core courses: Introduction to Nursing, fundamental nursing and experimental, clinical practicum, medical and surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, psychiatry and community

Core course: Integrated case study

Professional elective (8 credit points / 8 hours)

Graduation ability evaluation: medical English Online Certification, fundamental nursing certification, CPR, clinical practice ability identification, simulation evaluation



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