Hospital structures change, the transport distances increase as the patient is sent directly to sufficiently competent hospitals, and more advanced treatment is applied in the prehospital phase. The evidence base for various prehospital treatments is challenged. Therefore, there is an increasing emphasis on and demand for quality in prehospital critical care.
Different positions within prehospital and emergency medicine/critical care and teaching, requiring the ability to initiate, develop and evaluate research and quality improvement projects.
A candidate who has completed this master program will have learnt the following:
- Have thorough knowledge of philosophy of science, health care ethics and scientific methodology
- Has advanced knowledge within prehospital critical care, and specialized insight in a limited area
- Can explain advanced medical equipment and critically evaluate the medical equipment’s strength and limitations
- Can critically appraise quality improvements systems related to advanced prehospital emergency care
- Can critically appraise the different operational management strategies used in the management of mass casualty and major incidents, both in a national and international context
- Can analyze existing theories, methods and interpretations in prehospital critical care and work independently on practical and theoretical problems
- Can analyze the strengths and weaknesses of multi-organizational work environments, specifically in relation to management, communication and teamwork
- Perform advanced inter- and intraprofessional crisis management related to major incidents and disasters
- Design and execute an independent research and development project in accordance with applicable norms for research
- Can analyze relevant academic, professional and research problems
- Can communicate extensive independent work and masters language and terminology of prehospital critical care
- Can apply his/her knowledge and skills in new areas in order to carry out advanced assignments and projects
- Can contribute to new thinking and innovation processes
In order to be eligible for master’s programmes in Norway, you need to document a bachelor’s degree of minimum three years. Depending on where you completed upper secondary education, you may be required to have more than three years of university education. Please check the NOKUT (Higher Education Entrance Qualification for foreign applicants) GSU-list for detailed information and requirements for each country.
Applicants must satisfy the following academic requirements in order to qualify for entry to the programme:
- Applicants must have competed either a Medical degree (physician) or a bachelor’s degree in nursing or paramedic.
- Applicant must also have at least two years post-qualification experience (full-time) in prehospital emergency care.
Other applicants can be considered if they have at least five years of full-time working experience in prehospital emergency care, and a minimum of 60 ETCS credits in relevant subjects (paramedic).
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