Health Sciences Graduate School, Nursing Department (Thesis-Thesis) Graduate Programs
Developments in the field of health, knowledge generation and community expectations increase the need for expertise. In order for nursing department, which is one of the basic professions related to health, to provide a powerful service to community, it is necessary to develop professional knowledge and skills, to make independent decisions, to solve problems, to produce information, to guide colleagues, to develop professional values and ethical sensitivity, to produce information through researches and is necessary to be made up of trained members. This can be achieved through graduate programs, which are aimed at educating advanced practitioners in related fields.
It is aimed with the Psychiatric Nursing, Child Health and Disease Nursing, Women Health and Disease Nursing, Internal Medicine Nursing and Community Mental Health Nursing Programs within the scope of Graduate Program of Nursing Department opened in Üsküdar University Graduate School of Health Sciences within the scope of Health Sciences Graduate School, individuals, families and society educating and researching nurses equipped with advanced knowledge, understanding and skills in order to protect and improve the health, rehabilitate and rehabilitate the health.
It is targeted for our students to improve the skills of doing business with different social institutions, in order to improve the skills of the students in the field of general and related specialties, provide evidence-based care, to become educators, managers and researchers, gain consulting and leadership skills, develop quality service understanding, families and the community to improve the quality of life for primary, secondary and tertiary health services.
Candidates who have completed the program are eligible to participate in general and special branch hospitals and centers, community health institutions, specialist clinic nurses, education nurses, manager nurses etc. in accordance with their areas of expertise and as academicians at universities.
The acceptance of the students is carried out in accordance with the materials of the Üsküdar University Postgraduate Education and Training Regulations. Programs may be applied to undergraduate graduates of the Nursing Faculty of the universities, the Nursing Department of the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Nursing School of Higher Education, the Nursing and Health Officer Department of the School of Health. In order to complete the master's program with thesis, at least 21 credits must be taken within two years and at least 30 credits must be taken in order to complete the master's program without thesis. Master's courses are carried out both theoretically and practically.
Psychiatric Nursing Master's Program (Thesis / Non-Thesis)
Mental health is an integral part of general health and problems with mental health have a great social impact because of their frequent occurrence, often due to loss of power and economic loss. Nowadays, the number of individuals affected by mental illnesses is increasing rapidly and the need for advanced nursing specialists in the quality of collective effective service has increased.
Psychiatric Nursing Master's Program:
Purpose of the Psychiatric Nursing Master Program; educate and research nurse nurses equipped with advanced knowledge, understanding and skills to protect and develop mental health of the individual, family and society, heal individuals with mental disorders and provide care in the community.
Students in the program are aimed to develop current knowledge, concepts and principles for the treatment, care and rehabilitation of individuals with psychiatric problems, develop the concept of care based care by understanding the basic roles and responsibilities of the psychiatric nurse, psychiatric practice skills and training and research skills in the field of psychiatric nursing are aimed at providing comprehensive assessment of mental health, planning and practicing specific care for individuals with mental illnesses.
Women's Health and Diseases Nursing Master's Program (Thesis / Non Thesis)
Graduate Program in Nursing for Women's Health and Diseases aims to educate the researching nurses to be equipped with advanced knowledge, understanding and skills that provide improvement and rehabilitation by producing solutions in the direction of ethical principles to the protection of the health of the individual, the family and the society and developing the ethical principles for women's health problems.
Child Health and Disease Nursing Master's Program (Thesis / Non-Thesis)
The aim of the program is to educate nurses and academicians who can provide comprehensive care for children and their families in every environment where children such as school, workplace, as well as health institutions are able to be educated with the Master Program in Child Health and Diseases Nursing.
Master's Program in Internal Medicine Nursing (Thesis / Non-Thesis)
In the Master's Degree Program in Internal Diseases Nursing, it is aimed to train practitioner, educator and researcher nurses to be equipped with advanced knowledge, understanding and skills in order to protect and develop the health of the individual, family and society and provide care and rehabilitation of individuals with chronic illnesses.
Community Mental Health Nursing Master's Program (Non-Thesis)
The aim of this program is to provide a specialist with advanced knowledge, understanding and skills to maintain and improve the mental health of the groups with different characteristics of the community, who are at risk from mental health problems and who have mental problems, provide treatment, care and rehabilitation of individuals with psychiatric problems in the community and at home by community mental health nurses.
In the program, students will be educated about counselors, leadership, etc. by understanding mental health, developing positive mental health and quality of life as it is expected to improve the skills and evaluate the health and psychopathology of individuals with healthy, acute or chronic mental problems in the community health environment, plan and implement the care according to their needs, implement psychotherapeutic treatment models and psychopharmacological applications for individuals, families and groups.