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Here you can find information on the organisational aspects of the Programme, lecture timetables, learning activities and useful contact details for your time at the University, from enrolment to graduation.

Academic calendar

The academic calendar shows the deadlines and scheduled events that are relevant to students, teaching and technical-administrative staff of the University. Public holidays and University closures are also indicated. The academic year normally begins on 1 October each year and ends on 30 September of the following year.

Academic calendar

Course calendar

The Academic Calendar sets out the degree programme lecture and exam timetables, as well as the relevant university closure dates..

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Study Plan

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Teaching code

4S010984

Credits

13

Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)

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Learning objectives

The teaching aims to deepen, in light of the latest scientific evidence, methods and content to promote prevention and self-care behaviors of the most frequent and relevant health problems. It offers students the opportunity to apply prevention, educational and rehabilitative intervention methodologies. HEALTHY AGEING Module: Learning Outcomes: to understand and enhance knowledge of memos and reports designed to promote active aging (active aging) and healthy aging (healthy aging) and analyze policies and interventions aimed at promoting active and healthy aging. TERRITORIAL BIRTH PATHS Module: Learning Outcomes: to learn about the care services set up to promote women's and children's health, starting from the preconceptional phase, in pregnancy, during labor/delivery and in the puerperium with special attention to the organizational and care elements. CHRONICITY AND PALLIATIVE CARE IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS Module: Learning Outcomes: to learn and analyse the specifics of palliative care in the pediatric setting, with particular attention to the relationship and communication with the child and family, the effects of chronic/terminal illness on the physical and psychological integrity of the child and family members, and the complex management of clinical problems that are associated with psychological, ethical, social, and organizational. SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS IN ADOLESCENCE Module: Learning Outcomes: to know and be able to recognize the signs of adolescent distress with emphasis on transient psychopathological manifestations, warning situations, and intervention strategies in the community for prevention and rehabilitation. PSYCHOLOGY IN CHRONICITY AND PRE-FRAILTY Module: to analyze the psychosocial dimension of frailty and the psychosocial effects of gradual loss in one or more domains of human function. To learn ways of assessing and measuring the psychosocial dimension of frailty (tools validated in Italy) and preventive interventions. AFFECTIVITY AND SEXUALITY EDUCATION Module: Learning Outcomes: to delve into educational needs and interventions aimed at affectivity education in children and adolescents, and relationships at various stages of development. GENDER HEALTH Module: Learning Outcomes: to learn about the influence of sex and gender- on physiology, determinants of health, and risk of developing certain diseases. Analyse gender differences in the frequency, symptoms, and severity of diseases and also in response to treatment and adverse drug reactions. Address the gender approach in care practice with respect to health promotion, appropriateness and personalization of care


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Appelli d'esame

COMUNICATO UNITA' DI CRISI (agg. 2/05/2022)
 

Potranno chiedere di fare l’esame di profitto o di laurea a distanza solo le studentesse e gli studenti in isolamento in quanto positivi al SARS-CoV-2. La richiesta dovrà essere fatta inviando al docente il “Modulo per la richiesta di esame o sessione di laurea o diploma a distanza_rev.02/05/2022


Prova Finale

Per essere ammessi alla prova finale occorre avere conseguito tutti i crediti nelle attività formative previste dal piano degli studi, compresi quelli relativi all’attività di tirocinio. La prova finale consiste nella redazione e dissertazione, davanti ad una Commissione di esame, di una tesi elaborata in modo originale sulla base di un lavoro di natura sperimentale o teorico-applicativa riguardante l’approfondimento di aspetti manageriali, di ricerca, formativi e di metodologie professionali avanzate specifiche del proprio ambito professionale. Lo studente avrà la supervisione di un docente del Corso di Laurea, detto Relatore, ed eventuali correlatori anche esterni al Corso di Laurea. Scopo della tesi è quello di impegnare lo studente in un lavoro di formalizzazione, progettazione e di ricerca, che contribuisca sostanzialmente al completamento della sua formazione professionale e scientifica. Il contenuto della tesi deve essere inerente a tematiche o discipline strettamente correlate agli obiettivi della Laurea Magistrale. La valutazione della tesi sarà basata sui seguenti criteri: livello di approfondimento del lavoro svolto e rigore scientifico, contributo critico del laureando, accuratezza della metodologia adottata, significatività della tematica sviluppata. Il punteggio finale di Laurea è espresso in centodecimi con eventuale lode e viene formato dalla somma della media ponderata rapportata a 110 dei voti conseguiti negli esami di profitto, con la valutazione ottenuta nella discussione della Tesi. La commissione di Laurea potrà attribuire ulteriori punti anche in base a: a. presenza di eventuali lodi ottenute negli esami sostenuti; b. stage presso Servizi Sanitari di altri Paesi fino a 1 punto aggiuntivo; c. laurea entro i termini della durata normale del corso 1 punto aggiuntivo. Il punteggio minimo per il superamento dell'esame finale è di 66/110. Qualora la somma finale raggiunga 110/110, la Commissione di Laurea può decidere l'attribuzione della lode, se il parere è unanime. Il Collegio Didattico pubblica annualmente sul sito del Corso di studio le linee guida per la stesura e le indicazioni dei vari adempimenti di natura amministrativa e organizzativa.


Gestione carriere


Stage

Attachments

Title Info File
Doc_Univr_pdf 00.Elenco sedi stage accreditate 376 KB, 23/06/21 
Doc_Univr_pdf 00.Guida allo stage 386 KB, 23/06/21 
Doc_Univr_msword 01.Modulo firma presenze 198 KB, 23/06/21 
Doc_Univr_docx 02.Progetto formativo 1296 KB, 23/06/21 
Doc_Univr_docx 03.Progetto formativo LOMBARDIA 1321 KB, 23/06/21 
Doc_Univr_msword 04.Modulo autoapprendimento per tutor 44 KB, 23/06/21 
Doc_Univr_msword 05.Modulo valutazione 104 KB, 23/06/21 

Orario lezioni

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Orario lezioni

Attachments

Title Info File
Doc_Univr_pdf Orario PRIMO ANNO 802 KB, 27/09/22