The course is included in these curricula and study modules
- Human ageing and elderly service 2008 (native students) - Leadership and management
- Human ageing and elderly service 2008 (international students) - Leadership and management
- Human ageing and elderly service 2009 (international students) - Leadership and management
- Human ageing and elderly service 2009 (native students) - Leadership and management
- Human ageing and elderly service 2010 (international students) - Leadership and management
- Human ageing and elderly service 2010 (native students) - Leadership and management
- Nursing 2011 - Organisation and leadership
- Nursing 2012 - Organisation and leadership
- Nursing 2013 - Organisation and leadership
- Nursing 2014 - General studies
- Nursing 2015 - General studies
- Nursing 2016 - General studies
Type of course
Cycle/level of course
Recommended year of study
Total number of ECTS
AFTER COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE THE STUDENT IS ABEL TO:
Discuss and illustrate actors as well as the societal and economic connections in nursing profession within the public, private and third sector.
Recognize and report legislation in working life for nurses in Finland.
Use international information sources within nurse management field and is able to apply good study and research praxis about literature reviews.
Comprehend the principles of user-oriented action and leadership.
Interpret the principles of how organizations work and the student has the ability to work in multiprofessional teams.
Explain why it is important to study organisations
Understand the traditional differences in
approaches and perspectives on the study of
Define personality, describe the factors that
influence personality differences and explain the
relationship between personality and behavior
Define and understand the nature of organisational
culture and how it affects the behaviour of
Explain the concept of the learning organisations
and its implications for change in organisations
Identifies gender management and the importance of gender equality work in organisations
Understand and be able to explain the most
essential parts of the legislation concerning the
Finnish labour market.
Culture in organisations
Legislation of the Finnish labour market
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Important to note:
Students learning processes in this course will be backed up by two MOOC courses More information about this will be given as the course starts(M.F)
Please also note that as the teaching is interactive and it is important that students attend the sessions.
Additional study material will be distributed
during workshops and lectures.
Recommended or required reading
Mullins, L. (2013) Management and Organisational Behaviour, 10th Edition, Pearson.
Rollinsin, D. (2008) Organisational Behaviour and
Analysis, An Integrated Approach, Pearson.
Articles from the following journals will be essential for your learning:
Journal of Nursing Management
Journal of Healthcare Leadership
Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences
Scandinavian Journal of Management
- Lectures - 40 hours
- Small-group work - 80 hours
- Individual studies - 10 hours
- Total workload of the course: 130 hours
- Of which autonomous studies: 130 hours
- Of which scheduled studies: 0 hours
Mode of Delivery
written literature reflection
In group work:
Written literature review where each student contribute with 1 article (article has to be approved by both teacher and students in the group).
Seminars (mandatory to participate) where group work is presented.
Workshops were the content of the MOOC course will be discussed and reflected upon.
LEGISLATION IN WORKING LIFE
Assignment written individual or in pair (Finnish society, The labor market, The social welfare system and culture and gender equality in organizations)
- Forss Mia
- Gray Pamela
Home page of the course
Assignments valid until
12 months after course has ended