The Nursing Traditions and History in Europe Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) was developed and produced in a cooperation between UiT – The Arctic University of Norway and Helsekompetanse.no / University Hospital of North Norway.
The Nursing Program at UiT The Arctic University of Norway has chosen to highlight nursing tradition and history as a key area in both in teaching, professional development and research. Just as studies of nursing practice and patient experiences today give a significant contribution to professional understanding and expertise, historical studies do the same. We therefore offer a ten ECT course in nursing traditions and history at the master’s program in nursing. This MOOC is an essential part of the course.
Anyone can register for the course and access the material, which is all in English (lectures are in the speaker’s mother tongue, but subtitled in English). You can complete any of the three modules individually, and be awardeda certificate upon completion. Or you can collect all threee module certificates in order to complete the entire course. For more information or to register go to the course Home Page.
The Researching British Army Nurses Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) runs from the 6th November to the 17th December. It is a course produced and managed by the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps Association.
Join them to learn researching skills using authentic records about British Army nurses, covering the period from the Victorian wars to more recent times. The course will last six weeks. Each week, they will use archival documents to explore different periods and different aspects of historical research, allowing you to place the information in context and make sense of it. Participants will also have the opportunity to publish their military nursing research on the British Army Nurses website at britisharmynurses.com.
The course covers:
Get more information or enrol on the Course Landing Page.