Master’s Degree in Nursing Applied to Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (MIA-EE)
|Number of vacancies||30|
|Place||Escola Superior d’Infermeria del Mar (Campus Universitario Mar)|
|Dates||September 19th2022 to June 2023|
Classes will be held on Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 1.30pm and 3pm to 8.30 p.m.
|Price||4000€ + fees|
|Center in charge||Escola Superior d'Infermeria del Mar (affiliated to Universitat Pompeu Fabra)|
Current models of emergency medical systems are based on advanced and intermediate life support units that require nursing professionals with a high degree of autonomy and quality training in the management of critical patients.
The Master in Nursing Applied to Pre-Hospital Emergency Care at ESIMar, a center affiliated to UPF, is built on 3 pillars, which are the key to its success:
- Introspection in emergencies
- Comprehensive care
- Extrospection of care
The general goal of the Master's program in Nursing Applied to Pre-Hospital Emergency Care is to train professionals in the necessary competencies to be able to autonomously exercise the role of nursing within medical emergencies, and to give an effective response to any incident.
The training of the nursing professional has to be up to date, inclusive, and high-quality, in order to be able to address the emergencies that may arise in our society.
This master's degree becomes the precise instrument to train nursing professionals who want to develop their professional activity in the field of pre-hospital emergencies and their different procedures with a high scientific and professional level.
- Systems of Medical Emergencies at the assistance level of operations or coordination and management of health resources
- Rescue Services and Corps
- Private entities and companies dedicated to: Coverage of special presence; Interhospital transfers and national and international repatriations; Sport events coverage; Health training for external companies; etc.
|First (24 ECTS)||Introspection of the community emergency: teh professional and the user||Mandatory||6|
|Research and innovation methods applied to out-of-hospital emergencies||Mandatory||6|
|Adult medical emergencies||Mandatory||6|
|Specialized medical emergencies: pediatrics, obstetrics-gynecology, psychiatry and end of life||Mandatory||6|
|Second (21 ECTS)||Mandatory||6|
|Medical emergencies in the urban and rural environment||Mandatory||6|
|Clinical practices (I) in healthcare units||Mandatory||3|
|Final Project (I)||Mandatory||3|
|Third (18 ECTS)||Medical emergencies in rural environment: mountain, water and air||Mandatory||6|
|Medical emergencies in the special environment: leisure, catastrophic and hostile-tactical environments||Mandatory||6|
|Clinical practices (II)||Mandatory||3|
|Final Project (II)||Mandatory||3|
|Simulation workshops and weekend workshops * (the weekend ones are not mandatory)|
Our new curriculum for nursing training in out-of-hospital emergencies is linked to three of these training courses in cascade.
In the master's degree in Nursing Applied to Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (MIA - EE), technical and transversal skills are put into practice through simulation, integrating them in simulated emergency situations, both in the school's simulation rooms and in Real outdoors spaces, with the aim of training the student in the same or similar environmental conditions as those faced by professionals in this field. In addition, this training offers the student the opportunity to put their knowledge into practice before carrying out the clinical practices.
The final master's project (Trabajo de Fin de Máster - TFM) constitutes a total of 6 ECTS credits. To approve the TFM it is necessary to submit it in writing and make an oral defense, before a committee fulfilling, in both cases. the requested skills and content.
Academic management of master's and postgraduate degrees
For further information you can contact:
Anna López Cortina, secretary of master’s and postgraduate degrees at ESIMar
Telf: 93 248 39 32
Phone service available:
- Monday through Thursday: from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Friday: from 1:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.