Teaching: Academic study culture with a particular variety in small groups: case-by-case didactics through the processing of case studies including situations and problem analyses, problem-oriented learning (1st and 6th semester), project-oriented learning (4th semester), practical-skills-oriented learning, as well as proficiency training in the skills-lab areas, continuously supervised and reflected practical modules, e-Learning.
Equipment: Modern technical facilities in all teaching and seminar rooms including media centres (audio, video, computer-based), spatial variations for different group sizes and social forms, material and facilities for nursing-related proficiency training: Nursing dummies, reanimation dummies, monitors for vitality monitoring, hospital beds, nursing facilities, exercising material.
Research and Development: The scope of the nursing research covers 2 domains here: Practice domain with focus on patients/ clients, concrete research project: Nursing-care money assessment; Training domains: concrete project: Evaluation study - scientific estimation of the trainin
Other special features: The study programme is characterised by a high networking level of academic and practical competences. The aim is the successful cross-over of subject-discipline and methodological competences (related to patients/clients, organisation, society), personal skills, social-communicative and scientific expertise.