Who will you be after completing studies at the specialty of Nursing?
A graduate of vocational studies at the specialty of nursing obtains the title of a Licentiate in Nursing.
The graduate possesses:
- general knowledge in the area of medical sciences;
- detailed knowledge in the area of nursing.
- skills of using current knowledge for the provision of safety and high level of care;
- skills of providing services in the area of promotion, maintenance of health and prevention of diseases;
- skills of providing an overall and individualized care of a patient, a disabled or dying person;
- skills of communication with the environment at the workplace;
- skills of organizing own work;
- skills of starting cooperation in health care teams;
- initiation and supporting actions of local communities on behalf of health.
The graduate is prepared to independently perform the occupation and work in public and non-public health care units, including: hospitals, primary health care facilities, nursing homes, centres of palliative-hospice care, and residential homes. The undertaking of work in the school education system requires the completion of an educator’s specialty (according to the standards preparing for performance of the occupation of a teacher). The graduate is prepared for undertaking 2nd-degree studies.
Graduate of Master’s Degree studies in the specialty of nursing obtains the title of Master of Arts in Nursing
Graduate possesses the following skills:
- use of advanced knowledge in the area of medical sciences and nursing; provision of individualized nursing care;
- organization and supervision of nursing care;
- launching cooperation with team members in the area of improvement of the quality of care;
- carrying out health promoting education;
- implementation of new methods, techniques and organizational solutions, and identification of areas for undertaking studies and participation in research.
The graduate is prepared for work in public and non-public health care facilities; State and self-government administration, and education and school system – after completion of an educator’s specialty (according to the standards preparing for performance of the occupation of a teacher).
The graduate has acquired shaped habits of continuous education and professional development, and is prepared to undertake 3rd-degree studies (doctoral studies).
The graduates, after obtaining the right to perform the occupation of a nurse, may be employed in public and non-public health facilities, including hospitals, primary health care facilities, in schools and units, centres of medical services, nursing homes, residential homes, and centres for palliative-hospice care, emergency medicine system units, and sanatoria. In addition, they may be employed in educational facilities zakładach nauczania i wychowania, at universities and research centres.
Who will you be after completing studies at the specialty Obstetrics?
The graduate possesses:
- general medical knowledge and detailed knowledge in the area of obstetrics;
- preparation for the independent performance of the occupation in accordance with the principles of general and professional ethics, and an holistic approach to a patient considering the regard and respect of patient’s rights;
- skills in providing health services with respect to: a woman and her family; pregnant woman, woman in labour, parturient woman, and newborn in the area of health promotion, prophylaxis, and obstetrical-gynaecological care – preconception, prenatal, perinatal, as well as in the period of menopause and senium;
- skills of diagnosing and monitoring of normal pregnancy, independent management of normal labour and delivery, detection of abnormal states in the mother and baby during pregnancy, delivery and postpartum period;
- preparation for the imparting of knowledge concerning reproduction and methods of family planning – during the period of puberty and preconception – from the biological, educational, social, maternity and paternity protection aspects (undertaking of work in the school education system requires the completion of an educator’s specialty – according to the standards preparing for performance of the occupation of a teacher).
The graduate should know a foreign language to the level of proficiency B2, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages by the Council of Europe, and be able to use specialist language in the area of obstetrical-gynaecological care.
The graduate, after obtaining the right to perform the occupation of a midwife, may be employed in public and non-public health facilities – including inpatient care units and specialist ambulatory care, as well as in primary health care. The graduate is prepared to undertake 2nd-degree studies.