1. Knowledge and understanding
Students will be able to known: functioning of cognitive (perception, attention, learning) and motivational
(emotion and stress) processes as base of behavior. Verbal and nonverbal
2. Ability to apply knowledge and understanding.
Students will be able to apply the knowledge, understanding and skills
acquired in dealing with psychological issues within the professional
practice. Students will be able to interact with user, and health care
personnel in a courteous, professional, and respectful manner.
3. Independence of judgment. Students will develop critical thinking skills
and independent judgment. They will be able to evaluate signals and
attitudes, assessing the compliance of users and knowing how to orient
the attitudes and motivations.
4. Communication skills. Students will be able to communicate effectively and efficiently with users and members of the health care team. They will
be able to obtain a medical history in a culturally appropriate manner,
interpret non-verbal aspects of communication, monitoring cognitive and emotional processes associated with reactions to stress and pain.
5. Learning ability.
Students will be able to contribute to collaborative learning environments, accepting constructive feedback from others and taking personal responsibility for making appropriate positive changes.
Students will be able to organize the work of a professional team,
enhancing the motivation and skills of employees and to adjourn from