|Course-specific competence: ||The aims of this course is that the students: |
-have knowledge about mental health and different forms of mental illness (mainly depression, anxiety syndrome, psychoses, personality disorders)
-are familiar with the main legislation in the field, as well as the strategies of the local Mental Health Services. They are also able to apply these in their profession.
-are familiar with the different forms of services and care provided within the Mental Health Services.
-are able to identify mental disorders and are prepared to act upon these.
-are able to give information, advice and guidelines in questions concerning mental health
-are familiar with different forms of treatment, therapy and care, and can put these into practice, with consideration to individual factors.
-are able to co-operate with relatives and other people involved in the network, based on a holistic view of the individual's life situation
-are able to assess different care- and treatmentefforts.
-are able to consider current research findings and participate in developmental work.