OS00CX28 eHealth and Digital Solutions in Health Care (5 cr)
Prerequisites The students has accomplished 80 cr.
Objectives The student uses previously gained knowledge of digitalisation and digital methods during this course.

The student has a positive attitude towards digital methods and their introduction.

The student is able to identify different digital methods and tools is able to choose the appropriate digital methods, taking into account the customer's individual needs . Student is able to councel clients and other professionals to use digital methods patient safely.

The student recognizes the demands of different customer groups and environments in utilizing digital methods.

The student is able to apply legislation in the acquisition, implementation, utilization and evaluation of digital methods.

The student understands the importance of digital methods as part of the planning, implementation and evaluation of care.

The student is aware of digitalisations impact on the availability, effectiveness and economy of care.

Student understands healthcare professionals role as an expert in developing digital methods.

The student is aware of ethical issues related to digital methods and analyzes those in the tasks on the platform.
Recommended optional programme components If necessary, the student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.
Accomplishment methods Tasks on the learning platform and final exam.
Execution methods The course is carried out on the Moodle platform.
Materials Is shown on the Moodle platform.
Literature Not applicable
Evaluation Criteria 0-5
Evaluation Criteria satisfactory (1-2)
The student has completed all the mandatory tasks and the final exam.
In the assignments, the student brings out the key points of the topic. Student does not show in her/his reasonings deeper understanding of the subject and can not apply the information.
Assessment Frameworks Not applicable
Further Information The students has accomplished 80 cr.
Responsible persons Piia Hyvämäki
Links Not applicable


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