This master's degree aims to enable the student to:
- To define and analyse the specific responsibilities of the nurse in the field of oncology in order to act effectively and efficiently in the organisation and management of the nursing team.
- To design and apply nursing care plans to the patient and family in the clinical field of the onco-haematology service, integrating the knowledge, skills and attitudes acquired during their specialised training.
- Demonstrate ability in the application of therapeutic and/or pharmacological treatments, diagnostic techniques and technological procedures to act responsibly and guarantee patient safety.
- Theoretical: From September to June. Tuesdays from 9am to 2pm and from 3pm to 6.30pm.
- Practice: January to May. Monday to Friday (except Tuesdays) from 7am to 2pm or from 2pm to 9pm.
Internships are planned on an individual basis taking into account, whenever possible, the needs of each student.
In the event that professional experience can be demonstrated within the scope of the programme, the management of the Centre may recognise the curricular practices as having been overcome.
Link to the Master's informative brochure