Presentation on theme: "On overview on the Faculty of Health Sciences of the University of Pecs Jozsef Betlehem dean 2nd International Week and Conference 2 – 5 May, 2011."— Presentation transcript:
On overview on the Faculty of Health Sciences of the University of Pecs Jozsef Betlehem dean 2nd International Week and Conference 2 – 5 May, 2011
Pécs, the city with a Mediterranean climate and atmosphere 2000 year-old city at the foot of the Mecsek hills The seat of Baranya county The fifth largest city of Hungary Population is 160 000 citizens Territory: 4500 km ² Peace Prize of UNESCO (1998) UNESCO World Heritage in 2000 European Capital of Culture in 2010 (Essen-Pécs-Istanbul)
History of the University 1367 - The Anjou king Louis the Great establishes Hungary’s first university 2000 – With the merger of Janus Pannonius University, the Medical University of Pécs and the Illyés Gyula Teacher Training College of Szekszárd an integrated university is founded under the name The University of Pécs
The University today Faculty of Law (ÁJK) Medical School (ÁOK) Faculty of Humanities (BTK) Faculty of Health Sciences Campuses: Kaposvár Pécs (seat) Szombathely Zalaegerszeg Faculty of Adult Education and Human Resources Development (FEEK) Illyés Gyula Faculty of Education (IGYFK) - Szekszárd Faculty of Business and Economics (KTK) Faculty of Music and Visual Arts (MK) Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering(PMMK) Faculty of Sciences (TTK)
The Faculty of Health Sciences The Faculty of Health Sciences is one of the youngest and most dynamic faculties of the University of Pécs, implementing education in four different towns in 1990. The College became an independent faculty in 1995. With the institutional integration process (1st of January 2000) the Faculty has become part of the University of Pécs. The independent doctoral school was established in 2005 enabling paramedical professionals to obtain a doctoral (PhD) degree. Establishing further university degree subjects are underway. On the 1st of March 2006. become a university faculty. –First MSc education in Nursing and Health Visiting in Hungary
Insitutes, departments I. Institute of Nursing and Patient Care (Pécs) Nursing Sciences Department (Pécs) –Nursing Sciences Unit (Szombathely) Department of Emergency Care (Pécs) Department of Midwifery (Szombathely)
Insitutes, departments II. Institute of Diagnostics (Pécs) –Applied Diagnostics Unit (Szombathely) Department of Radiography (Kaposvár) Department of Medical Diagnostics and Laboratory Analysis (Kaposvár)
Insitutes, departments III. Institute of Physiotherapy and Nutritional Sciences (Pécs) Department of Physiotherapy (Zalaegerszeg) Department of Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics (Pécs)
Insitutes, departments IV. Institute of Health Sciences (Pécs) Department of Public Health and Complementary Medicine (Pécs) Department of Social Work (Szombathely) Department of Health Visiting (Kaposvár)
Insitutes, departments V. Institute of Health Insurance (Pécs) Department of Health Care Economics, Policy and Management (Pécs) Department of Health Care Management (Szombathely) Department of Health Promotion (Pécs) Department of Languages for Specific Purposes (Pécs) –Subdepartment of Languages for Specific Purposes (Szombathely, Zalaegerszeg)
The Bologna Process in the Education of Health Professions HIGH GRADE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION BACHELORS’ DEGREE MASTERS’ DEGREE Ph.D. 120 ECTS credit 180 credit 60-120 ECTS credit 180-240 ECTS credit VOCATIONAL TRAININGS 2-3 years
Training Specialities I. Higher Professional Educational Specialities Infant and Child Care Tertiary Speciality Laboratory Technologist for Medical Diagnostic
Training Specialities II. BSc major I. Nursing and Patient Care; specialities: –Nursing * –Midwifery * –Dietetics –Ambulance officier –Physiotherapy Qualifications automatically recognized on the basis of community law in EU. * Qualifications automatically recognized on the basis of community law in EU.
Nursing and Patient Care BSc
Training Specialities III. BSc major II. Infant and Child Care BA III. Health Care and Prevention; specialities: –Health Visiting –Public Health Inspection
Training Specialities IV. BSc major IV. Health Care Management; specialities: –Health Insurance –Health Care Administration –Health Tourism Management
Training Specialities V. BSc major V. Laboratory and Imaging Analyst for Medical Diagnostics; specialities: –Laboratory Analyst for Medical Diagnostics –Medical Research Laboratory Analysis –Analyst for Diagnostic Imagine
Training Specialities VI. BSc major VI. Recreation Management and Health Promotion; specialities: –Health Promotion –Recreation Management
Training Specialities VII. Post-graduate MSc major Nurse Social Work Public Health
International Relations Netherlands Greece Cyprus Germany Spain Portugal Romania Sweden Finland Slovakia Slovenia Turkey Great Britain Austria USA
Scientific Students’ Circle Students interested in doing scientific research are helped and organised by the Scientific Student’ Circle, the members of which join ongoing research and learn the research techniques thereby. Results of their research are subsequently published and performed as lectures at conferences. A Scientefic Students’ Circle conference is organised annually at our college and our students have also been successful at the National Student Circle Conference as well.
Students’ Federation The role of the Students’ Self Goverment is to represent and protect the rights and interest of student groups and individuals alike at all forums where it is of utmost importance to have the rights, interest and opinon of groups and communities represented. Besides the above the Students’ Self-Goverment is responsible for organising student life, supporting and coordinating students’ initiatives as far as the availability of sources allows.