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    About the Nursing

    The aim of the Nursing Degree at the International European University in Poland is to train professional nurses to perform occupational duties while working closely with patients. Nurses should have great soft skills and be fully involved in healthcare development. The nursing course focuses on the studying of nursing theory as well as the practice of nursing, and the development of essential skills.

    The nursing curriculum has been designed by Nursing experts with years of experience. The Nursing Program of IEU, Poland is extremely dynamic and well-paced to help students understand Nursing with ease. Students discover how to master nursing skills while exploring relevant and essential nursing topics. Nursing is the science of professional caring. It offers opportunities to promote and restore health, prevent illness and alleviate suffering. Nurses develop their skills through clinical placements and internships overseas.

    Name of the specialty – Nursing.

    Level of Higher Education – First Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Second Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Level.

    The list of specializations and educational programs – Registered Nurse, Cardiac Nurse, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Critical Care Nurse, ER Nurse, Family Nurse Practitioner, Geriatric Nursing, Perioperative Nurse (Surgical/OR Nurse), Mental Health Nurse, Nurse Educator, Nurse Practitioner.

    Duration of studying – 4 years of full-time studying Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), 2-3 years of full-time studying (Master of Science in Nursing or Doctor of Nursing Practice).

    The Educational Process

    The European Medical School at the IEU, Poland aims to make the education process systematic, sequential, logical, scientifically based, and planned. The nursing program participants gain the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills that are essential for taking care of people in hospitals. Students participate in simulation modules that show real-world scenarios to receive and develop their practical skills.

    A university degree from IEU, Poland provides students with all the basic nursing skills and knowledge needed. Students learn all nursing subjects and subjects that deal with human health and illness holistically during your classes. Students are taught how to take autonomous and collaborative care of people of all ages, families, and communities. Nursing includes the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled, and dying people. The clinical nursing placement is fully provided by mentors and practicing nurses.

    Compulsory Subjects

    The curriculum covers a comprehensive range of subjects. The major subjects (or modules) are:

    • Biology;
    • Chemistry;
    • Communication;
    • Psychology;
    • History;
    • Mathematics;
    • Pathophysiology;
    • Microbiology for Health Professionals;
    • Health Promotion;
    • Preventive Health Care;
    • Health Education;
    • Patients Treatment;
    • Nursing Procedures;
    • Nursing Fundamentals;
    • Gerontology;
    • Pharmacology;
    • Women and Infant Health;
    • Ethics in Nursing;
    • Community and Environmental Nursing;
    • Care Transitions;
    • Population Health;
    • Clinical Theory;
    • Clinical Study.

    Career Perspectives

    After finishing the educational professional program of the specialty «Nursing» specialist can perform professional work as:

    • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA);
    • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) and Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN);
    • Registered Nurse (RN);
    • Surgical Assistant Registered Nurse;
    • Home Care Registered Nurse;
    • Emergency Room Registered Nurse;
    • Labor and Delivery Nurse;
    • Clinical Nurse Supervisor;
    • Nurse Case Manager;
    • Cardiology Nurse;
    • Emergency Nurse;
    • Dermatology Nurse;
    • Hospice Nurse;
    • Neonatal Nurse;
    • Neurology Nurse;
    • Orthopedics Nurse;
    • Pediatrics Nurse;
    • Psychiatry Nurse;
    • Trauma Nurse;
    • Urology Nurse.