Master's Degree in Nursing Applied to Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (MIA-EE)

General information


In our region, current medical emergency system models are based on advanced life support units that require professional nurses with a degree of autonomy and high-quality training in critical patient care.

Training for nursing professionals must be current, integrative and high quality in order to address the various emergencies nurses may encounter in today's society.

The nursing role must be autonomously assumed in medical emergencies in order to effectively respond to any incident.

The master's programme in Nursing Applied to Out-of-Hospital Emergencies offered by the UPF-affiliated Mar Nursing School is based on four key pillars for success today: decision making; efficacy; patient safety (both for patients and professionals); and collaborative work.

This master's programme is the perfect tool to train nursing professionals seeking to pursue their profession in the field of out-of-hospital emergencies and the various related procedures with a high level of scientific and professional training.


The general objective of the master's programme in Applied Nursing in Out-of-Hospital Emergencies is to equip professionals with the skills they need to thrive in any field requiring training in out-of-hospital emergency care: emergency medical systems, firefighters, maritime rescue activities, inter-hospital transfers, preventive services, sport competitions, motor competitions, disasters, etc.

Report of the Master's Degree in Nursing Applied to Pre-Hospital Emergency Care

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Who is it for?

The Master's Degree in Nursing Applied to Pre-Hospital Emergencies is for holders of a diploma and/or bachelor's degree in nursing. Applicants' curricular profile and basic knowledge of English will also be taken into consideration.

Career prospects

  • Emergency medical systems in relation to operational care or healthcare resource coordination and management
  • Rescue and life-saving services and bodies
  • Institutions and private companies dedicated to: coverage of special devices; inter-hospital transfers and national and international repatriations; coverage of sporting events; healthcare training for external companies; etc.

Col·labora: Falck VL