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Intensive Care in cooperation with the Nursing Academy of the Brothers of Mercy

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Education2 Semester (70 ECTS)

Language of study German

Next startWS 2023/24

Costs 6.900,- (3.450,- per Semester)

ManagementDr. Alfred Steininger, DGKP / Mag.a Sylvia Obereder

Tagsinterdisciplinary, quality of care in the intensive care sector, reflective practitioner, intensive care nursing

The interdisciplinary study in intensive care combines practical relevance with scientific standards.

Relevant international and evidence-based knowledge for the field of intensive care is taught in order to meet future growing demands in a dynamic field of practice. High priority is given to research-oriented and research-led teaching and learning, which should sensitise the study participants to scientific and open thinking and working. Knowledge is imparted using innovative, highly didactic methods.

Subject-specific internships and targeted transfer tasks promote and support the circulation of knowledge between theory and practice.

Graduates of the intensive care study reflect and critically examine their own professional behaviour on the basis of scientific findings and adapt them accordingly (“reflective practitioner”).

This results in a variety of opportunities and perspectives for further professional careers and development.

This university study is carried out in cooperation with the Nursing Academy of the Brothers of Mercy.

Successful completion of the first semester of the intensive care nursing study

1st cohort of the ULG Intensive Care Nursing class 2019/2020

17 students successfully completed the first semester of the intensive care university study on January 31, 2020. The students look back with satisfaction on their successfully completed course examinations and preparation of the synopsis for their final thesis. They are starting the second and last semester of their training with new, in-depth knowledge in resuscitation, pharmacology, and patient safety for the intensive care sector.

Postgraduate Program Intensive Care

Medical University of Vienna

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