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Language and Introduction to Academic Studies
|Introduction to Academic Studies||3|
|Swedish - Oral Skills||0|
|Swedish - Writing Skills||0|
|Finnish - Oral Skills||0|
|Finnish - Writing Skills||0|
Biomedical Laboratory Science
|The Basics of Bioanalysis 1||2|
|Biomedical Laboratory Science and Quality Development||3|
Research and Development
|Leadership, Workplace Culture and Service Design||4|
The Fundamentals in Caring
|Basic Nursing Care||3|
|Clinical Nursing Care||3|
|The Theoretical and Ethical Basics in Nursing Care||3|
The Basics of Methodology
|General and Inorganic Chemistry||2|
|Human Physiology and Anatomy 1||3|
|Human Physiology and Anatomy 2||3|
|Clinical Microbiology and Hygiene||3|
|Immunology and Pathology||3|
|Histology and Histotechnique||3|
|Biochemical Bioanalysis 1||3|
|Biochemical Bioanalysis 2||3|
|Microbiological Bioanalysis 1||3|
|Physiological and Neurophysiological Bioanalysis||3|
|Hematological Bioanalysis 1||3|
|Nuclear Medical Bioanalysis and Radiation Safety||3|
|Molecular Biological Bioanalysis||3|
|Histopathological and Cytological Bioanalysis||3|
(Select 3 ECTS)
Support Topics in Bioanalysis
|Support Topics in Bioanalysis||3|
Basics of Bioanalytics
|The Basics of Bioanalysis||3|
|The Basics of Bioanalysis 2||4|
|The Basics of Bioanalysis - Practice||4|
Clinical Laboratory Methodology
|Hematological Methodology 1||3|
|Hematological Methodology 2||2|
Work Practice in Clinical Laboratory Work
|Work Practice in Clinical Laboratory 1||10|
|Work Practice in Clinical Laboratory 2||10|
|Work Practice in Clinical Laboratory 3||8|
|Work Practice in Clinical Laboratory 4||9|
|Thesis and Maturity Test||6|
(Select 6 ECTS)
Optional Studies in Bioanalysis
|Biochemical Bioanalysis 3||3|
|Hematological Bioanalysis 2||3|
|Physiological and Nuclear Medical Bioanalysis 2||3|
|Microbiological Bioanalysis 2||3|
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Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.
The education to be a biomedical laboratory scientist includes different kinds of specimen collection, preparing samples and making analyzes/tests / patient-near examinations using apparatus. In addition, a great deal of work by hand is a part of the studies, which requires dexterity and accuracy. Bioanalytics is based on biomedical laboratory science with the support of knowledge in biomedical science. The work of the biomedical laboratory scientist contains many different tasks and can be quite diverse in different areas.
The studies contain small-group work, lectures, independent and virtual studies, laboratory work, various examinations, work-life-based projects. Supervised clinical studies (internships) are included in the studies from the second semester for periods of 4-10 weeks in clinical laboratories at health care centers, hospitals and in the private sector. The clinical studies provide opportunities for students to establish contacts with working life.
The program provides international qualifications at the bachelor's level (Bachelor) within the EU. After graduation, the biomedical laboratory scientist is expert in laboratory work and can plan, document, realize, lead and develop the laboratory activities, both independently and in collaboration with other professional groups. A biomedical laboratory scientist can work in various laboratories in health care, in public and private institutions as well as in research and companies.
The biomedical laboratory scientist understands the basic functions of the human body as well as pathological deviations and can apply the knowledge in their own activities.
The biomedical laboratory scientist uses bioscientific knowledge and judgment in the preanalytical, analytical, and postanalytical phases of the clinical laboratory test process.
The biomedical laboratory scientist understands the importance of laboratory test results in the promotion of health, in the diagnosis of disease, in the follow-up of care, and in the development of care methods.
The biomedical laboratory scientist can expertly use the laboratory nomenclature and explain the areas of use of the laboratory tests.
The biomedical laboratory scientist is responsible for the pre-analytical phase: customer-oriented guidance and advice, sampling, sample handling, storage and transport in accordance with the quality criteria.
The biomedical laboratory scientist takes care of the patient's safety, security and well-being in the sampling process and when performing examinations close to the patient.
The biomedical laboratory scientist shows care and respect in collaboration with patients and customers, and is familiar with international and national recommendations as well as the legislation that forms the basis of the work.
In accordance with quality agreements and recommendations, the biomedical laboratory scientist can perform patient-near examinations in clinical physiology, neurophysiology and nuclear medicine as well as perform laboratory examinations in clinical hematology and immunohematology, clinical biochemistry and immunology, clinical histology and cytology, clinical microbiology and genetics.
The biomedical laboratory scientist has analytical and methodological knowledge, and can participate in the development of new applications and methods according to the needs of the operation, taking into account quality recommendations and environmental requirements.
The biomedical laboratory scientist can assess the reliability of laboratory test results and the need for urgent communication of results to the care unit, and understands their importance in relation to the patient's overall care.
Expert and ethical competence:
The biomedical laboratory scientist can critically evaluate and assess factors in relation to the laboratory test process.
The biomedical laboratory scientist has communicative skills, pedagogical skills and an ethical approach.
The biomedical laboratory scientist can collaborate with other professionals and can act as an expert in relation to clinical laboratory activities.
The biomedical laboratory scientist comprehends the ethical starting points of the operation and carries out the work carefully and accurately.
Research, development and leadership skills:
The biomedical laboratory scientist actively seeks and can assimilate new knowledge and learn new skills.
The biomedical laboratory scientist has acquired a constructively critical, investigative and developing approach to the professional activity.
The biomedical laboratory scientist can use for the profession central information sources and scientific publications concerning methods, reference values, disease diagnostics and current research in clinical laboratory operations.
The biomedical laboratory scientist is prepared to develop quality and consider sustainable development in bioanalysis.
The biomedical laboratory scientist has organizational and administrative skills and masters documentation