Master's degree in Rehabilitation Science in Healthcare Professions

Research methodology applied to business processes (2020/2021)

Course code
4S006188
Credits
10
Coordinator
Maria Gabriella Landuzzi

Teaching is organised as follows:
Unit Credits Academic sector Period Academic staff
METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA QUALITATIVA 2 MED/48-NURSING IN NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND REHABILITATION LMSRPS - 2° ANNO 1° SEM. Luigina Mortari
METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA ORGANIZZATIVA 2 SPS/09-ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF WORK AND ORGANIZATIONS LMSRPS - 2° ANNO 1° SEM. Enrico Maria Piras
SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI LAVORATIVI E COMUNICATIVI 2 SPS/08-SOCIOLOGY OF CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION LMSRPS - 2° ANNO 1° SEM. Maria Gabriella Landuzzi
LOGICA E FILOSOFIA DELLA SCIENZA 2 M-FIL/05-PHILOSOPHY AND THEORY OF LANGUAGE LMSRPS - 2° ANNO 1° SEM. Sara Patuzzo
BIOETICA 1 MED/02-MEDICAL HISTORY LMSRPS - 2° ANNO 1° SEM. Sara Patuzzo
LINGUISTICA NELLA MULTICULTURALITA' 1 L-LIN/01-HISTORICAL AND GENERAL LINGUISTICS LMSRPS - 2° ANNO 1° SEM. Chiara Barattieri Di San Pietro

Learning outcomes

The course aims to extend the research methodology, identify qualitative and organizational research tools and methods, and implement the ability to analyze the dynamics of work processes in complex organizations critically. It also encourages the development of problem-solving and decision-making skills between the individual, the workgroup and the organization to overcome the organizational problems. SOCIOLOGY OF WORK AND COMMUNICATION PROCESSES The course aims to encourage students: 1) to reflect in sociological terms on the changes that characterize the world of work, regarding organizational and communicative dimensions, especially in the health sector; 2) to understand the nature, characteristics and relationships of the working organizations within the current social context; 3) to use the acquired knowledge to improve their behaviour as professionals in a context of complexity. The course also aims to promote an understanding of the processes of job adjustment for the different actors involved and their relationships with the more general context as well as the ability to recognize the importance of organizational processes, especially communication and its related dynamics. Useful for understanding the work environment in its cultural and ethical aspects, the course provides students with a 'toolbox' to deal with today's complexity and to reflect on individual professional actions, broaden views and develop personal judgment as well as communication and relationship skills in both the patient and the organizational context. MULTICULTURALISM AND LANGUAGE THEORIES. The course aims to provide fundamental knowledge on various aspects of Indo-European languages - social and language changes caused by immigration. To this end, cornerstone concepts of the modern language science, including the discrepancy between major and minor languages, will be discussed. QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY The course aims to provide fundamental knowledge of the design and implementation of qualitative research projects to improve the professional environment. The student will understand the essence of the field of qualitative research in health care settings and its guidelines, philosophical and methodological issues. At the end of the course, the student will have acquired the ability to implement and analyze qualitative research protocols in a health care setting, discovering strengths and weakness, and to understand the different possibilities available for the management and search of information. LOGIC AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE The course aims to provide students with a basic knowledge of the fundamental gnoseological, methodological and epistemological problems of logic in health sciences and to know how to apply the logical method to the clinical reasoning in rehabilitation practice. BIOETHICS The course aims to provide students with a basic knowledge of the method and the underlying themes in bioethics; to understand the interconnections between ethics and professional deontology with particular regard to bioethical issues; to be able to reflect independently on the ethically sensitive issues that could arise in clinical practice.





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