Course materials are provided during the course. All used materials are digital.
In this course, the students will study technological solutions, good practices and projects in health and wellness promotion in social and health care worldwide.
Some of the key themes approached are multidiciplinary perspectives, enhanced end-user engagement, eServices, empowerment, social connectivity, quality of life, inclusion through digital skills and AI-based services. Also, the concept of sustainability as well as the future of circular economy is studied during the course.
Learning activities consists of both individual and group assignments. The study unit includes written assignments, poster presentations, exploring virtual touristing, games and applications.
During Spring 2022 students have and opportunity to focus on crime and technology.
Students not studying in English should not hesitate to enroll. Students do not have to be experienced or skilled technology users in order to have a good learning experience.
For supplementary or delayed tasks, there will be no feedback.
The student is able to:
- recognize benefits and threats of technological solutions from a professional, societal and global perspective
- implement currently used everyday applications
- examine technological and digital solutions in their own professional field
- identify the basic concepts related to everyday technology
- recognize opportunities to use technological solutions to empower and engage clients, patients in social and health care work
In this study unit the assessing of the competences will be done by using the criteria set for requirement level II.
PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE BASIS, INFORMATION SEARCHING AND REPORTING
To achieve grade 5 student must be able to
- analyse the acquired information, draw conclusions and combine theoretical knowledge with experiential knowledge
To achieve grade 3 student must be able to
- critically evaluate information and justify their actions with science-based knowledge
To achieve grade 1 (or pass) student must be able to
- use professional concepts in a consistent manner and demonstrate his/her familiarity with the knowledge basis
- report and communicate in a professional manner
01.01.2022 - 31.05.2022
29.11.2021 - 12.12.2021
20 - 40
Laurea Tikkurila, sote
Laurea täydentävä osaaminen, amk-tutkinto (TOS2), Terveys- ja hyvinvointialat, Complementary competence, bachelor's studies in English (CCS2), Health and welfare
Laurea Virtual Campus
The course is interlinked with Erasmus+ DISC project as well as different other ICT related projects.
10.3.2022 The course opens in Canvas and the introductionary assignment is published
18.3.2022 09-11.45 Introduction to the course
04.4.2022, 8.30-11.45 webinar on technology and crime with criminology students
11.4.2022, 8.30-11.45 webinar on technology and crime prevention with criminology students
17.5.2022 09-11.45 Summing up
Only the webinar attendance is compulsory.
In addition to these pop in guidance is available, please see Pakki for further information.
English is used as the language of instruction. Enrollments are usually from diverse cultural and inter-disciplinary groups. Student´s are encouraged not to worry about their language skills or technology skills. We figure out things together!
The study unit is suitable for exchange students.
5 credits = 135 hours of student`s work.