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". EQUAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSE EDUCATION IN FRANCE AND IN FINLAND ?. K.MUKALA 1 , J.CANTINEAU 2 , M. RAUTIO 1 , M.GONZALEZ 2 , V.DEISS 2 , B.DENU 2 , H.HAMZAOUI 2 , A.CANTINEAU 2 1- Finnish Institute Of Occupational Health- Hlesinki- Finland 2- IUSTE/ APROFOST- Strasbourg- France.

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equal occupational health nurse education in france and in finland

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EQUAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSE EDUCATION IN FRANCE AND IN FINLAND ?

K.MUKALA1, J.CANTINEAU2, M. RAUTIO1, M.GONZALEZ2, V.DEISS2, B.DENU2, H.HAMZAOUI2, A.CANTINEAU2

1- Finnish Institute Of Occupational Health- Hlesinki- Finland

2- IUSTE/ APROFOST- Strasbourg- France

introduction
INTRODUCTION
  • Occupational Health Nurses (OHN) are important members of the multidisciplinary team in OHS
  • A need of general knowledge in various fields of OH and working life
  • No common European training model: different training models across European countries
  • Specific training highly recommended
  • This presentation compares training programmes of occupational health nurses in France and in Finland
aims of the presentation
AIMS OF THE PRESENTATION
  • Identify and assess the education programmes of OH nurses in France and in Finland
  • Clarify the existing situations
  • Improve or optimise both programmes
education scheme in france and in finland

Upper level

exam (MA)

Complementary

education

Universities

Lower level exam (BA)

Polytechnics

Professional certifcate

Upper secondary

schools

Vocational

school

Education Scheme in France and in Finland

Compulsory education

Pre-school education in schools or in day-care centres

general training objectives
GENERAL TRAINING OBJECTIVES
  • Capable of situating oneself in the working environment, understanding the legal, organisational, economic and relational factors
  • Capable of identifying and assessing health risk factors related to work
  • Know, understand, identify and assess interrelations between work and health
  • Contribute towards identification and evaluation of individual and collective health needs and to health promotion and education in the work environment
  • Capable of using acquired competencies in multidisciplinary team
concerned public
FRANCE

Nurses especially OH nurses

French and foreign

Training of Foreign medical practitioners

Inter-university national course

Cost :  4000€

FINLAND

Public health nurses

Finnish

Twinning project with Estonia

Nationwide

Cost :  2000€

CONCERNED PUBLIC
training modalities france
TRAINING MODALITIES / France
  • Length of training : 2 years (16 months)
  • Weekly sessions (1 week every 4-6 weeks)
  • Practical training:
    • 2 weeks for experienced nurses
    • 3 months for others
  • Total working hours : 1412
    • Teaching Hours: 702
    • Personal working hours : 710
training modalities finland
Public health nurse 160 sw

(1sw = 40 hours)

Theoretical studies

Public health ethics and values

Health promotion methods

Community health care

Family health care

Child health care

Health care of elderly

Public health and home care

Environmental health care

Communicable diseases, vaccinations

Management and development work

Practical studies

Diploma work

Occupational health nurse (7 sw) in a multidisciplinary team

Theoretical studies

Occupational medicine

Occupational health care

Occupational hygiene

Occupational psychology

Ergonomigs

Group work

Assignments

Own personal work

Workplace study

Diploma work

TRAINING MODALITIESFINLAND
training evaluation
TRAINING EVALUATION
  • Continuous evaluation through tasks
  • Applied research work and PW for each module
  • Presentation of an Applied Research Work at the end of training
training continuum in ohs
Training continuum in OHS

Complementary

training

Qualification

training

Basic training

conclusion
CONCLUSION
  • OHN training mandatory
  • Training based on theoretical and practical education in several fields
  • Training adapted to OHN’s role and missions in each country
  • Exchange of students and trainers between France and Finland Experience other OH models
post training perspectives
POST TRAINING PERSPECTIVES
  • Access to good specialized training
  • Possibility of LMD Access as a training complement

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION

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Merci de votre attention

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