W1: Translation of research needs in the nursing and obstetrics domains into a relevant research question.
W2: Critically assess the value of familiar (international) scientific sources and deduce their practical use.
W3: Conduct research in the nursing and obstetrics domains from a broader societal perspective.
W4: The design, set-up, execution and analysis of research in close collaboration with relevant actors.
W5: Present orally and in writing on research outcomes in the nursing and obstetrics domains.
P1: Clinical reasoning on a complex care-related situation in a multidisciplinary context.
P2: Formulate a substantiated approach for complex problems in the health care sector using innovative insights.
P3: Critically question one’s own learning process and exhibit a positive attitude towards lifelong learning.
P4: Follow up and assess international professional and scientific developments and translate these into an approach for high-quality care.
P5: Use coaching and educational principles with a view to the self-management and participation of the patient and his or her environment.
P6: Develop an evidence-based (interdisciplinary) approach for a specific patient population with attention for the perspective of patients and their environment.
L1: Possess insight into providing leadership to a (team of) actors in care-related contexts.
L2: Communicate and collaborate professionally with (a team of) actors in a care-related context.
L3: Supervise the learning process of others and make a contribution to their effectiveness in a professional context.
L4: Formulate and argue a vision on care.
L5: Critically question the functioning and policy of health care.
L6: Be aware of the role of Master of Nursing and Obstetrics in the development of the care profession.
I1: Critically assess and apply theoretically based implementation strategies and methods for health care.
I2: Make a creative contribution to the development of small-scale implementation processes in the nursing and obstetrics domains.
I3: Apply change management principles and the role of the change agent in a care-related context.