Second-cycle Nursing Studies are designed for the graduates of the first-cycle Nursing Studies.
Thanks to those studies, students can acquire broad, modern knowledge in the field of medical sciences, social sciences and in the selected fields of specialist nursing. Owing to the curriculum content, students are prepared to implement the standards of professional care among patients of all ages and various health conditions. They are also introduced to professional practice. Expected educational outcomes ensure that students not only use their knowledge in specific practical activity, but they are also able to perceive human being and his/her health problems in a holistic way.
Moreover, graduates of the second-cycle Nursing Studies are equipped with skills which let them conduct scientific research and publicize the results, organise their own work and the work of their subordinates, supervise nursing care, develop and implement health education programmes, including the needs of a local community.
Graduates are prepared to take up third cycle (doctoral) studies.
Graduates can be employed in public and private healthcare centres, residential care facilities, palliative care facilities and nursing homes; as well as public administration institutions which deal with health protection, in the uniformed services (police, prison system, the army), kindergartens and in the trade associations for Nurses and Midwives.
Chosen Curriculum Subjects
Selected issues in social studies: theory of nursing, nursing management, scientific research in nursing, didactics of medicine, basics of psychotherapy, health education, bioethics, contracting health benefits.
Specialist care sciences: modern diagnostic techniques, intensive care and nursing in intensive medical care, specialist nursing (nursing care in chronic kidney diseases, in chronic diseases of the respiratory system, nursing care for diabetic patients and for patients with an intestinal fistula, nursing care for patients with vascular diseases and for patients with chronic wounds, nursing care for patients with multiple sclerosis and for patients with blood disorders, nursing care for mentally ill patients and their families), epidemiology in nursing care, nursing in Europe, community nursing, cardiology and nursing in cardiology, clinical immunology, clinical genetics, sexuality and fertility regulation, toxicology, nursing care for patients in Rheumatology department, nursing care for chronically ill and disabled children, nursing care for patients with orthopaedic disorders, nursing care for terminally ill patients and their families, oenological preventive treatment for women, professional legislation, nutritional counselling, English language (compulsory), Russian or German language, optional classes, MA Seminar.