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Organization and Services of Social Welfare and Health Care in FinlandLaajuus (2 cr)

Code: BD00CN78

Objective

The student
-is aware of the background of various phenomena in society.
-is able to describe the background of social problems, health sociology and social change.
-as part of his/her nursing competence, the student is familiar with the social security system.
-understands how health care and social welfare services are produced and organized, and how they are controlled and monitored in Finland.
-understands the roles of different action and service units as part of the care and service chain.
-understands their personal role in promoting the organization’s reputation, brand and image, as well as in creating a positive service experience for the client.

Content

Social problems and abnormal behavior, health sociology, social change, the development of Finnish society from early 1900's until today, the welfare society, the social security system in Finland.

The social and health service provision system in Finland, central Acts and Decrees that govern the system.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- attends lectures and demonstrates understanding of central themes.
- is able to discuss the most important perspectives in a relevant manner.
- knows the central regulations and laws related to health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- has understood the themes included in the study material and is able to provide opinions on related problems.
- knows the main parts of the Finnish social security system and is able to provide justified opinions on related problems.
- has understood the system of the health care and social services as a part of Finnish society.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to critically discuss the themes included in study material.
- is able to produce justified opinions and interpretations of the themes and look at issues in their social context.
- knows how to counsel clients on social security aspects.
- is able to make an informed contribution to the civil dialogue on the development of social policy.
- is able to guide the clients in using health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student does not achieve a satisfactory level of competence.

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 29.01.2023

Timing

30.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • TH23
  • SH23K

Objective

The student
-is aware of the background of various phenomena in society.
-is able to describe the background of social problems, health sociology and social change.
-as part of his/her nursing competence, the student is familiar with the social security system.
-understands how health care and social welfare services are produced and organized, and how they are controlled and monitored in Finland.
-understands the roles of different action and service units as part of the care and service chain.
-understands their personal role in promoting the organization’s reputation, brand and image, as well as in creating a positive service experience for the client.

Content

Social problems and abnormal behavior, health sociology, social change, the development of Finnish society from early 1900's until today, the welfare society, the social security system in Finland.

The social and health service provision system in Finland, central Acts and Decrees that govern the system.

Materials

Materials given by Lecturer

Teaching methods

Lectures

Student workload

Lectures 21h,

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- attends lectures and demonstrates understanding of central themes.
- is able to discuss the most important perspectives in a relevant manner.
- knows the central regulations and laws related to health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- has understood the themes included in the study material and is able to provide opinions on related problems.
- knows the main parts of the Finnish social security system and is able to provide justified opinions on related problems.
- has understood the system of the health care and social services as a part of Finnish society.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to critically discuss the themes included in study material.
- is able to produce justified opinions and interpretations of the themes and look at issues in their social context.
- knows how to counsel clients on social security aspects.
- is able to make an informed contribution to the civil dialogue on the development of social policy.
- is able to guide the clients in using health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student does not achieve a satisfactory level of competence.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam or Learning Diary

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 29.01.2023

Timing

30.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MSH23K

Objective

The student
-is aware of the background of various phenomena in society.
-is able to describe the background of social problems, health sociology and social change.
-as part of his/her nursing competence, the student is familiar with the social security system.
-understands how health care and social welfare services are produced and organized, and how they are controlled and monitored in Finland.
-understands the roles of different action and service units as part of the care and service chain.
-understands their personal role in promoting the organization’s reputation, brand and image, as well as in creating a positive service experience for the client.

Content

Social problems and abnormal behavior, health sociology, social change, the development of Finnish society from early 1900's until today, the welfare society, the social security system in Finland.

The social and health service provision system in Finland, central Acts and Decrees that govern the system.

Materials

Materials given by Lecturer

Teaching methods

Lectures

Student workload

Lectures 18h,

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- attends lectures and demonstrates understanding of central themes.
- is able to discuss the most important perspectives in a relevant manner.
- knows the central regulations and laws related to health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- has understood the themes included in the study material and is able to provide opinions on related problems.
- knows the main parts of the Finnish social security system and is able to provide justified opinions on related problems.
- has understood the system of the health care and social services as a part of Finnish society.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to critically discuss the themes included in study material.
- is able to produce justified opinions and interpretations of the themes and look at issues in their social context.
- knows how to counsel clients on social security aspects.
- is able to make an informed contribution to the civil dialogue on the development of social policy.
- is able to guide the clients in using health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student does not achieve a satisfactory level of competence.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam or Learning Diary

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.10.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MSH22SA
  • SH22S

Objective

The student
-is aware of the background of various phenomena in society.
-is able to describe the background of social problems, health sociology and social change.
-as part of his/her nursing competence, the student is familiar with the social security system.
-understands how health care and social welfare services are produced and organized, and how they are controlled and monitored in Finland.
-understands the roles of different action and service units as part of the care and service chain.
-understands their personal role in promoting the organization’s reputation, brand and image, as well as in creating a positive service experience for the client.

Content

Social problems and abnormal behavior, health sociology, social change, the development of Finnish society from early 1900's until today, the welfare society, the social security system in Finland.

The social and health service provision system in Finland, central Acts and Decrees that govern the system.

Materials

Materials given by Lecturer

Teaching methods

Lectures

Student workload

Lectures 21h,

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- attends lectures and demonstrates understanding of central themes.
- is able to discuss the most important perspectives in a relevant manner.
- knows the central regulations and laws related to health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- has understood the themes included in the study material and is able to provide opinions on related problems.
- knows the main parts of the Finnish social security system and is able to provide justified opinions on related problems.
- has understood the system of the health care and social services as a part of Finnish society.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to critically discuss the themes included in study material.
- is able to produce justified opinions and interpretations of the themes and look at issues in their social context.
- knows how to counsel clients on social security aspects.
- is able to make an informed contribution to the civil dialogue on the development of social policy.
- is able to guide the clients in using health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student does not achieve a satisfactory level of competence.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam or Learning Diary

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

26.09.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MSH22SB

Objective

The student
-is aware of the background of various phenomena in society.
-is able to describe the background of social problems, health sociology and social change.
-as part of his/her nursing competence, the student is familiar with the social security system.
-understands how health care and social welfare services are produced and organized, and how they are controlled and monitored in Finland.
-understands the roles of different action and service units as part of the care and service chain.
-understands their personal role in promoting the organization’s reputation, brand and image, as well as in creating a positive service experience for the client.

Content

Social problems and abnormal behavior, health sociology, social change, the development of Finnish society from early 1900's until today, the welfare society, the social security system in Finland.

The social and health service provision system in Finland, central Acts and Decrees that govern the system.

Materials

Materials given by Lecturer

Teaching methods

Lectures

Student workload

Lectures 18h,

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- attends lectures and demonstrates understanding of central themes.
- is able to discuss the most important perspectives in a relevant manner.
- knows the central regulations and laws related to health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- has understood the themes included in the study material and is able to provide opinions on related problems.
- knows the main parts of the Finnish social security system and is able to provide justified opinions on related problems.
- has understood the system of the health care and social services as a part of Finnish society.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to critically discuss the themes included in study material.
- is able to produce justified opinions and interpretations of the themes and look at issues in their social context.
- knows how to counsel clients on social security aspects.
- is able to make an informed contribution to the civil dialogue on the development of social policy.
- is able to guide the clients in using health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student does not achieve a satisfactory level of competence.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam or Learning Diary

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

03.01.2022 - 13.02.2022

Timing

31.01.2022 - 05.06.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MSH22K

Objective

The student
-is aware of the background of various phenomena in society.
-is able to describe the background of social problems, health sociology and social change.
-as part of his/her nursing competence, the student is familiar with the social security system.
-understands how health care and social welfare services are produced and organized, and how they are controlled and monitored in Finland.
-understands the roles of different action and service units as part of the care and service chain.
-understands their personal role in promoting the organization’s reputation, brand and image, as well as in creating a positive service experience for the client.

Content

Social problems and abnormal behavior, health sociology, social change, the development of Finnish society from early 1900's until today, the welfare society, the social security system in Finland.

The social and health service provision system in Finland, central Acts and Decrees that govern the system.

Materials

Materials given by Lecturer

Teaching methods

Lectures

Student workload

Lectures 18h,

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- attends lectures and demonstrates understanding of central themes.
- is able to discuss the most important perspectives in a relevant manner.
- knows the central regulations and laws related to health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- has understood the themes included in the study material and is able to provide opinions on related problems.
- knows the main parts of the Finnish social security system and is able to provide justified opinions on related problems.
- has understood the system of the health care and social services as a part of Finnish society.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to critically discuss the themes included in study material.
- is able to produce justified opinions and interpretations of the themes and look at issues in their social context.
- knows how to counsel clients on social security aspects.
- is able to make an informed contribution to the civil dialogue on the development of social policy.
- is able to guide the clients in using health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student does not achieve a satisfactory level of competence.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam or Learning Diary

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

03.01.2022 - 23.01.2022

Timing

17.01.2022 - 31.07.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • SH22K
  • TH22

Objective

The student
-is aware of the background of various phenomena in society.
-is able to describe the background of social problems, health sociology and social change.
-as part of his/her nursing competence, the student is familiar with the social security system.
-understands how health care and social welfare services are produced and organized, and how they are controlled and monitored in Finland.
-understands the roles of different action and service units as part of the care and service chain.
-understands their personal role in promoting the organization’s reputation, brand and image, as well as in creating a positive service experience for the client.

Content

Social problems and abnormal behavior, health sociology, social change, the development of Finnish society from early 1900's until today, the welfare society, the social security system in Finland.

The social and health service provision system in Finland, central Acts and Decrees that govern the system.

Materials

Materials given by Lecturer

Teaching methods

Lectures

Student workload

Lectures 21h,

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- attends lectures and demonstrates understanding of central themes.
- is able to discuss the most important perspectives in a relevant manner.
- knows the central regulations and laws related to health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- has understood the themes included in the study material and is able to provide opinions on related problems.
- knows the main parts of the Finnish social security system and is able to provide justified opinions on related problems.
- has understood the system of the health care and social services as a part of Finnish society.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to critically discuss the themes included in study material.
- is able to produce justified opinions and interpretations of the themes and look at issues in their social context.
- knows how to counsel clients on social security aspects.
- is able to make an informed contribution to the civil dialogue on the development of social policy.
- is able to guide the clients in using health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student does not achieve a satisfactory level of competence.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam or Learning Diary

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

30.08.2021 - 03.10.2021

Timing

27.09.2021 - 31.12.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • SH21S

Objective

The student
-is aware of the background of various phenomena in society.
-is able to describe the background of social problems, health sociology and social change.
-as part of his/her nursing competence, the student is familiar with the social security system.
-understands how health care and social welfare services are produced and organized, and how they are controlled and monitored in Finland.
-understands the roles of different action and service units as part of the care and service chain.
-understands their personal role in promoting the organization’s reputation, brand and image, as well as in creating a positive service experience for the client.

Content

Social problems and abnormal behavior, health sociology, social change, the development of Finnish society from early 1900's until today, the welfare society, the social security system in Finland.

The social and health service provision system in Finland, central Acts and Decrees that govern the system.

Materials

Materials given by Lecturer

Teaching methods

Lectures

Student workload

Lectures 21h,

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- attends lectures and demonstrates understanding of central themes.
- is able to discuss the most important perspectives in a relevant manner.
- knows the central regulations and laws related to health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- has understood the themes included in the study material and is able to provide opinions on related problems.
- knows the main parts of the Finnish social security system and is able to provide justified opinions on related problems.
- has understood the system of the health care and social services as a part of Finnish society.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to critically discuss the themes included in study material.
- is able to produce justified opinions and interpretations of the themes and look at issues in their social context.
- knows how to counsel clients on social security aspects.
- is able to make an informed contribution to the civil dialogue on the development of social policy.
- is able to guide the clients in using health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student does not achieve a satisfactory level of competence.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam or Learning Diary

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

30.08.2021 - 03.10.2021

Timing

20.09.2021 - 31.12.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MSH21S

Objective

The student
-is aware of the background of various phenomena in society.
-is able to describe the background of social problems, health sociology and social change.
-as part of his/her nursing competence, the student is familiar with the social security system.
-understands how health care and social welfare services are produced and organized, and how they are controlled and monitored in Finland.
-understands the roles of different action and service units as part of the care and service chain.
-understands their personal role in promoting the organization’s reputation, brand and image, as well as in creating a positive service experience for the client.

Content

Social problems and abnormal behavior, health sociology, social change, the development of Finnish society from early 1900's until today, the welfare society, the social security system in Finland.

The social and health service provision system in Finland, central Acts and Decrees that govern the system.

Materials

Materials given by Lecturer

Teaching methods

Lectures

Student workload

Lectures 18h,

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- attends lectures and demonstrates understanding of central themes.
- is able to discuss the most important perspectives in a relevant manner.
- knows the central regulations and laws related to health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- has understood the themes included in the study material and is able to provide opinions on related problems.
- knows the main parts of the Finnish social security system and is able to provide justified opinions on related problems.
- has understood the system of the health care and social services as a part of Finnish society.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to critically discuss the themes included in study material.
- is able to produce justified opinions and interpretations of the themes and look at issues in their social context.
- knows how to counsel clients on social security aspects.
- is able to make an informed contribution to the civil dialogue on the development of social policy.
- is able to guide the clients in using health care and social services.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student does not achieve a satisfactory level of competence.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam or Learning Diary

Qualifications

No prerequisites