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International Public Health

Mental health work with minority patients: migration and exile (MAPSD5100)

Master level course within the Master's Programme in mental Care. This course focuses on developing knowledge on an individual, family and cultural level in order to coordinate and implement appropriate transcultural mental health work.

Aims and contents

Upon completing this course, students will be competent in evaluating the need for treatment as well as planning and implementing interventions for patients with minority backgrounds.

A key theme in the course is developing knowledge on an individual, family and cultural level in order to coordinate and implement appropriate transcultural mental health work. Upon completing this course, students will be competent in evaluating of the need for treatment as well as planning and implementing interventions for patients with minority backgrounds.

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Mental health work with minority patients: migration and exile (MAPSD5100)

Admission

Application deadline

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Admission requirements

Students in master’s programs in the health and/or social welfare at OsloMet and partner universities and with English skills at the B1 level

Facts

Mental health work with minority patients: migration and exile May 6th, 2019 10 ECTS Self-directed study on or off campus, on campus from May 6th – 16th, 2019. Exam 22. of May to May 29th Pilestredet, Oslo English No tuition fee for exchange students.

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Contact us

Administrative coordinator:

international-hv@oslomet.no

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