1. Knowledge and understanding capabilities.
Functioning of cognitive processes as base of the user and colleagues behavior. Verbal and non-verbal communication. Emotions. Pain representation and modulation. Stress and burnout in health settings.
2. Ability to apply knowledge and understanding. Students will be able to apply the knowledge, skills and abilities acquired in professional practice, paying maximum attention to procedures and protocols, avoiding making mistakes. Students will be able to interact with patients, and health care personnel in a courteous, professional, and respectful manner. They will be able to tolerate workloads while functioning effectively under stress with flexibility and adaptability.
3. Independence of judgment. Students will develop critical thinking skills and independent judgment. They will be able to pick up the signals and attitudes, assessing the compliance of users and knowing how to orient their attitudes towards care and prevention.
4. Communication skills. Students will be able to communicate effectively and efficiently with users and health team. They will be able to read a medical history in a culturally skilled manner, interpret non-verbal aspects of communication, establishing relationships involving 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 update from reliable sources.