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Support for human movement

Structure Type: Study unit
Code: SSHP1703
Type: Compulsory / Basic Studies
Curriculum: S-SH 2013VK
Level: Bachelor of Health Care
Year of Study: 1 (2014)
Credits: 1 cr
Responsible Teacher: Kallio, Suvi
Language of Instruction: Finnish

Courses During the Year 2014

Impl.Group(s)Study TimeTeacher(s)LanguageEnrolment
4S-SH-1CK2014-01-07 – 2014-05-30Raisa Latvala-KaatajaFinnish2013-12-09 – 2014-01-10
5S-TH-1A2014-01-07 – 2014-05-30Raisa Latvala-KaatajaFinnish2013-12-09 – 2014-03-14
6S-SH-1VK2014-01-07 – 2014-05-30Raisa Latvala-KaatajaFinnish2013-12-09 – 2014-01-10
7S-SH-1A2014-09-01 – 2014-10-24Anna-Leena TuomistoFinnish2014-08-15 – 2014-09-21
8S-SH-1B2014-09-01 – 2014-12-19Anna-Leena TuomistoFinnish2014-08-15 – 2014-09-21
9S-TH-1A2014-09-01 – 2014-12-19Anna-Leena TuomistoFinnish2014-08-15 – 2014-10-31

Learning Outcomes

Students will learn the way of working that is based on human natural movement patterns, and sensory functions understanding the basics of human respectful encounter and their importance for learning and self-management, and their role in the movement and activities of daily living assistance to empowerment.

Student's Workload

Total workload: 27 h
- of which scheduled studies: 13 h
- of which autonomous studies: 14 h

Prerequisites / Recommended Optional Courses

No prerequisites.


Natural human movement patterns, support of capacity.

Mode of Delivery / Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

Lecture and practise.

Assessment Criteria

Grade 5
The student knows
- how to in interaction with other occupational groups and in specific situations nurse and treat the patient individually and safely
Grade 3
The student knows
- how to naturally interact with other nurses and the patients and can plan the treatment of a patient individually and safely
Grade 1
The student knows
- how to interact with other occupational groups, how to nurse and treat the patient individually and safely

Assessment Methods

100 % precense.