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Lehrveranstaltungen SoSe 2019

Fachbereich 11: Human- und Gesundheitswissenschaften

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General Studies und Schlüsselqualifikationen am FB 11

Kommunikation

VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
11-GS-2019-Englisch PflegeEnglisch für PflegewissenschaftlerInnen (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 10:00 - 12:00 GRA2 0180
Katrin Dorow

Internationale Kompetenzen

Das International Office bietet ein Zertifikat für Interkulturelle Kompetenz (http://www.uni-bremen.de/international/internationaler-campus/interkulturelles-zertifikat.html) an.
VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
11-GS-2019-BuisnessPsychologyBusiness Psychology (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 14:15 - 15:45 GRA2 0180 (2 SWS)

Business psychology, the course covers the behavioral phenomena that specifically occur at the work environments and business organizations. The aim of the field, which is the simultaneous enhancement of organizational success and the well-being of the personnel, is explained. Emphasis is specifically placed on personnel psychology, behavior, and relation of business psychology's concepts.

Instructor: Seval Aksoy

Dr. Nadine Ochmann

Uniweites General Studies-Angebot

Weitere Veranstaltungen finden Sie unter dem Stichwort *Fachergänzende Studien* ganz oben im Lehrveranstaltungsverzeichnis der Universität (http://www.uni-bremen.de/studium/lehrveranstaltungen/veranstaltungsverzeichnis.html?tx_hbulvp_pi1%5Bsem%5D=27.)
Angebote zentraler universitärer Einrichtungen wie Career Center, FZHB, Studierwerkstatt etc. finden Sie am Ende des Veranstaltungsverzeichnisses unter "Fachbereichübergreifende Studienangebote".
VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
eGS-VA-CE-02Civic Ecology (in englischer Sprache)

Vorlesung
ECTS: 1

In dieser videobasierten Selbstlernveranstaltung können Sie jederzeit einsteigen, in Ihrem eigenen Lerntempo die Videos durcharbeiten und den Prüfungstermin zum Abschluss der Lehrverantaltung frei wählen.

Weitere Infos finden Sie hier bei Stud.ip oder auf unserer Website www.va-bne.de

Bei Fragen wenden Sie sich gern an: egs@zmml.uni-bremen.de

Oliver Ahel, M. Sc
Dipl. Oec. Katharina Lingenau
Dr. Christiane Bottke
eGS-VA-EW-16Energiewende (in englischer Sprache)

Vorlesung
ECTS: 3

In dieser videobasierten Selbstlernveranstaltung können Sie jederzeit einsteigen, in Ihrem eigenen Lerntempo die Videos durcharbeiten und den Prüfungstermin zum Abschluss der Lehrverantaltung frei wählen.

Weitere Infos finden Sie hier bei Stud.ip oder auf unserer Website www.va-bne.de

Bei Fragen wenden Sie sich gern an: egs@zmml.uni-bremen.de

Dipl. Oec. Katharina Lingenau
Oliver Ahel, M. Sc
Dr. Christiane Bottke
eGS-VA-SM-10Sustainability Marketing (in englischer Sprache)

Vorlesung
ECTS: 3

In dieser videobasierten Selbstlernveranstaltung können Sie jederzeit einsteigen, in Ihrem eigenen Lerntempo die Videos durcharbeiten und den Prüfungstermin zum Abschluss der Lehrverantaltung frei wählen.

Weitere Infos finden Sie hier bei Stud.ip oder auf unserer Website www.va-bne.de

Bei Fragen wenden Sie sich gern an: egs@zmml.uni-bremen.de

Dipl. Oec. Katharina Lingenau (fachliche Verantwortung)
Oliver Ahel, M. Sc (fachliche Verantwortung)
Dr. Christiane Bottke (organisatorische Verantwortung)
eGS-VA-WIT-15World in Transition (in englischer Sprache)

Vorlesung
ECTS: 3

In dieser videobasierten Selbstlernveranstaltung können Sie jederzeit einsteigen, in Ihrem eigenen Lerntempo die Videos durcharbeiten und den Prüfungstermin zum Abschluss der Lehrverantaltung frei wählen.

Weitere Infos finden Sie hier bei Stud.ip oder auf unserer Website www.va-bne.de

Bei Fragen wenden Sie sich gern an: egs@zmml.uni-bremen.de

Dipl. Oec. Katharina Lingenau (fachliche Verantwortung)
Oliver Ahel, M. Sc (fachliche Verantwortung)
Dr. Christiane Bottke (organisatorische Verantwortung)

Klinische Psychologie, M.Sc.

Module für das 2. Fachsemester (FS)

Modul 5: Klinische und Kognitive Neuropsychologie (9 CP) (verantwortl.: Dr. Dorota Buczylowska) - MPO 2013 + 2018 -

VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
11-M61-2-M5-4Social Neuroscience - in englisch (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 12:00 - 14:00 UNICOM 3; 0. Ebene; Seminarraum 4 (2 SWS)
Dr. Dorota M. Buczylowska, Dipl.Psych.
11-M61-2-M5-5Social Neuroscience - in englisch (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 14:00 - 16:00 UNICOM 3; 0. Ebene; Seminarraum 4 (2 SWS)
Dr. Dorota M. Buczylowska, Dipl.Psych.

Pflegewissenschaft, BA (duales Programm)

Hinweis

Für Studierende, die ihr Studium bis zum Sommersemester 2014 aufgenommen haben.

Fortgeschrittene Studierende (mit abgeschlossener Berufsausbildung)

Wahlmodule im Schwerpunkt Klinische Pflegeexpertise und im Schwerpunkt Lehre

9 Sozialwissenschaftliche Grundlagen der Pflegewissenschaft/Socio-scientific fundamentals of nursing science

Modulverantwortlicher: Prof. Dr. Stefan Goerres

2-semestrig, 6 CP, 2 Seminare
VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
08-29-GS-41Sociology Meets Psychology: Intercultural Communication for Social Sustainability in Organisations (in englischer Sprache)
[Soziologie trifft Psychologie: Interkulturelle Kommunikation für sozial nachhaltiges Handeln in Organisationen]]

Seminar
ECTS: 3/6

Termine:
zweiwöchentlich (Startwoche: 2) Di 18:00 - 21:00 SFG 0140 SFG 1040 (2 SWS)

“Understanding is the journey into the land of the other.”(Fazil Hüsnü Daglarca, poet)

To be understood stems from understanding, an ability to change perspective, and of reflection. In order to act socially sustainably in organisations, people are obliged to deal with a growingly complex role set in competent ways. Key competences and social skills play a vital role in dealing with the complexity of human diversity. Is it enough to travel, to attend a training, to read a book for “intercultural competence”? Probably it is not. In this trainings-seminar, approaches of intercultural understanding are examined in 7 workshops of 3 full hours: Theoretical frameworks are laid out, exercises and levels of reflection are experienced. Enlightenment and practical value from different approaches are examined. Participants explore the issue interactively with theory and by exercises, always in the light of entering a probably intercultural work life in the near future.

Framework: Social sustainability is one of three global goals noted in the Rio Convention 1992 by the UN World Commission of Environment and Development. While economic sustainability is a booster of change for modern organisations, ecological sustainability remains a constant task, while social sustainability is less looked at in the everyday workplace. Therefore, it is important to understand how organisational structures and subjective processing and coping are interlinked. This General Studies is comprised of four parts: 1 Postmodern issues, 2 Selected solutions, 3 Issues of further in-depth investigation, 4 Intercultural communication. It is based on sociological and psychological knowledge, focussing on theories and praxis concepts that allow gathering an understanding on how organisations and their role actors can shape a workplace “socially sustainably”. All seminar parts can be studied separately, or as a row.

The seminar uses English as a lingua franca. Coping with the effects of this setting is part of the reflection within the course, referring to differences between communication, comprehension and understanding within the working environment. Students are supported to express themselves. The interactive setting combines theoretical and practical parts, supporting reflection of own experiences. Students should be willing to participate in this manner. A field exploration for research-based learning will be part of this terms requirements.

Open for 1st semester students and above, recommended for Bachelor students before their internship and thesis, as well as for Master students, and open to Erasmus students and to students of other faculties. Please note: this course is limited to 20 participants.

2 SWS: Fortnightly, starting in the 2nd week of the term, (probably) Tuesdays 6 – 9 pm; 3 hours (s.t.!). Please register reliable via Stud.IP for your participation.

References
Hall, E. (1959). The Silent Language. Garden City. https://monoskop.org/images/5/57/Hall_Edward_T_The_Silent_Language.pdf
Hofstede, G. (1980). Cultures Consequences. International differences in work-related values. Sage.
Crisp, R. (ed.)(2010). The Psychology of Social and Cultural Diversity. Wiley-Blackwell.
Meyerhuber, S. et al. (2018). Theme-centered Interaction in Higher Education. A didactic approach for sustainable and living learning. Springer.

Performance requirement ECTS points
Preparation of an interactive lecture and exposition in small groups (6 CP / 3 CP).

Dr. Sylke Meyerhuber

Pflegewissenschaft - dual

Für Studierende, die ihr Studium zum Sommersemester 2015 aufgenommen haben.

Dual-Studierende

Wahlbereich im Schwerpunkt Klinische Pflegeexpertise und für den Schwerpunkt Lehre

Modul 10 Professionalisierung national und international/Professionalisation national and international

Modulverantwortliche: Prof. Dr. Karin Wolf-Ostermann

6 CP, 2 Seminare
VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
11-GS-2019-Englisch PflegeEnglisch für PflegewissenschaftlerInnen (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 10:00 - 12:00 GRA2 0180
Katrin Dorow

Modul 32-a Gesundheitliche Risiken und Ressourcen in unterschiedlichen Lebenslagen/Health risk and resources over the life course (BA Public Health)

Modulverantwortlicher: Prof. Dr. Henning Schmidt-Semisch

6 CP, 2 Seminare
VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
11-56-2-M32-a-1gRisks and Ressources within the context of nutrition (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Einzeltermine:
Fr 12.04.19 16:00 - 18:00 GRA2 0130
So 14.04.19 10:00 - 18:00 GRA2 0130
Fr 28.06.19 14:00 - 19:00 GRA2 0080
Sa 29.06.19 10:00 - 18:00 GRA2 0080

The aim of the seminar on risk and resources within the context of nutrition is to discuss and analyze public health and social scientific aspects of our food culture and the way we eat.
To be central within the seminar are the societal influences on our food culture. We will look for answers on questions such as: Why do men eat differently than women? How do our cultural heritage and our socio-economic status influence what we like to eat and how we like to eat it? How do parenting, religion, moral, tradition, media, peer groups, economics, agricultural and social policies, institutions like nurseries, kindergartens, schools, universities, workplaces, the food industry, technological, economical and biochemical developments and inventions influence our nutrition and our food culture? How is our food produced? What are the ecological and sanitary dangers resulting from large scale food production? Why do we witness abundance and scarcity on our planet at the same time? What can be done to defeat world hunger and how can we sustain food safety for a growing world population without depredating our natural resources?

Dr. Friedrich Schorb

Fortgeschrittene Studierende (mit abgeschlossener Berufsausbildung)

Wahlbereich im Schwerpunkt Klinische Pflegeexpertise und im Schwerpunkt Lehre

Modul 9 Sozialwissenschaftliche Grundlagen der Pflegewissenschaft/Socio-scientific fundamentals of nursing science

Modulverantwortlicher: Prof. Dr. Stefan Goerres

2-semestrig, 6 CP, 2 Seminare
VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
08-29-GS-41Sociology Meets Psychology: Intercultural Communication for Social Sustainability in Organisations (in englischer Sprache)
[Soziologie trifft Psychologie: Interkulturelle Kommunikation für sozial nachhaltiges Handeln in Organisationen]]

Seminar
ECTS: 3/6

Termine:
zweiwöchentlich (Startwoche: 2) Di 18:00 - 21:00 SFG 0140 SFG 1040 (2 SWS)

“Understanding is the journey into the land of the other.”(Fazil Hüsnü Daglarca, poet)

To be understood stems from understanding, an ability to change perspective, and of reflection. In order to act socially sustainably in organisations, people are obliged to deal with a growingly complex role set in competent ways. Key competences and social skills play a vital role in dealing with the complexity of human diversity. Is it enough to travel, to attend a training, to read a book for “intercultural competence”? Probably it is not. In this trainings-seminar, approaches of intercultural understanding are examined in 7 workshops of 3 full hours: Theoretical frameworks are laid out, exercises and levels of reflection are experienced. Enlightenment and practical value from different approaches are examined. Participants explore the issue interactively with theory and by exercises, always in the light of entering a probably intercultural work life in the near future.

Framework: Social sustainability is one of three global goals noted in the Rio Convention 1992 by the UN World Commission of Environment and Development. While economic sustainability is a booster of change for modern organisations, ecological sustainability remains a constant task, while social sustainability is less looked at in the everyday workplace. Therefore, it is important to understand how organisational structures and subjective processing and coping are interlinked. This General Studies is comprised of four parts: 1 Postmodern issues, 2 Selected solutions, 3 Issues of further in-depth investigation, 4 Intercultural communication. It is based on sociological and psychological knowledge, focussing on theories and praxis concepts that allow gathering an understanding on how organisations and their role actors can shape a workplace “socially sustainably”. All seminar parts can be studied separately, or as a row.

The seminar uses English as a lingua franca. Coping with the effects of this setting is part of the reflection within the course, referring to differences between communication, comprehension and understanding within the working environment. Students are supported to express themselves. The interactive setting combines theoretical and practical parts, supporting reflection of own experiences. Students should be willing to participate in this manner. A field exploration for research-based learning will be part of this terms requirements.

Open for 1st semester students and above, recommended for Bachelor students before their internship and thesis, as well as for Master students, and open to Erasmus students and to students of other faculties. Please note: this course is limited to 20 participants.

2 SWS: Fortnightly, starting in the 2nd week of the term, (probably) Tuesdays 6 – 9 pm; 3 hours (s.t.!). Please register reliable via Stud.IP for your participation.

References
Hall, E. (1959). The Silent Language. Garden City. https://monoskop.org/images/5/57/Hall_Edward_T_The_Silent_Language.pdf
Hofstede, G. (1980). Cultures Consequences. International differences in work-related values. Sage.
Crisp, R. (ed.)(2010). The Psychology of Social and Cultural Diversity. Wiley-Blackwell.
Meyerhuber, S. et al. (2018). Theme-centered Interaction in Higher Education. A didactic approach for sustainable and living learning. Springer.

Performance requirement ECTS points
Preparation of an interactive lecture and exposition in small groups (6 CP / 3 CP).

Dr. Sylke Meyerhuber

Modul 10 Professionalisierung national und international/Professionalisation national and international

Modulverantwortliche: Prof. Dr. Karin Wolf-Ostermann

6 CP, 2 Seminare
VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
11-GS-2019-Englisch PflegeEnglisch für PflegewissenschaftlerInnen (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 10:00 - 12:00 GRA2 0180
Katrin Dorow

Modul 32-a Gesundheitliche Risiken und Ressourcen in unterschiedlichen Lebenslagen Health risk and resources over the life course (Modul BA Public Health)

Modulverantwortlicher: Prof. Dr. Henning Schmidt-Semisch

6 CP, Vorlesung und Seminar
VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
11-56-2-M32-a-1gRisks and Ressources within the context of nutrition (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Einzeltermine:
Fr 12.04.19 16:00 - 18:00 GRA2 0130
So 14.04.19 10:00 - 18:00 GRA2 0130
Fr 28.06.19 14:00 - 19:00 GRA2 0080
Sa 29.06.19 10:00 - 18:00 GRA2 0080

The aim of the seminar on risk and resources within the context of nutrition is to discuss and analyze public health and social scientific aspects of our food culture and the way we eat.
To be central within the seminar are the societal influences on our food culture. We will look for answers on questions such as: Why do men eat differently than women? How do our cultural heritage and our socio-economic status influence what we like to eat and how we like to eat it? How do parenting, religion, moral, tradition, media, peer groups, economics, agricultural and social policies, institutions like nurseries, kindergartens, schools, universities, workplaces, the food industry, technological, economical and biochemical developments and inventions influence our nutrition and our food culture? How is our food produced? What are the ecological and sanitary dangers resulting from large scale food production? Why do we witness abundance and scarcity on our planet at the same time? What can be done to defeat world hunger and how can we sustain food safety for a growing world population without depredating our natural resources?

Dr. Friedrich Schorb

Public Health / Gesundheitswissenschaft, B.A.

2. Semester

Modul 13a: Epidemiologie (verantwortl. Prof. Dr. Gabriele Bolte)

6 CP: Voll- u. Profilfach
VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
11-56-2-M13a-2cEpidemiology I (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Do 12:00 - 14:00 Achterstr. 30 1.550 (2 SWS)
Prof. Dr. Ulrike Haug
Dr. Antje Hebestreit

Modul 32-a: Gesundheitliche Risiken und Ressourcen in unterschiedlichen Lebenslagen (verantwortl. Prof. Dr. Henning Schmidt-Semisch)

6 CP: Voll- u. Profilfach
In diesem Modul müssen von den Stud. zwei Seminare besucht werden.
VAKTitel der VeranstaltungDozentIn
11-56-2-M32-a-1gRisks and Ressources within the context of nutrition (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Einzeltermine:
Fr 12.04.19 16:00 - 18:00 GRA2 0130
So 14.04.19 10:00 - 18:00 GRA2 0130
Fr 28.06.19 14:00 - 19:00 GRA2 0080
Sa 29.06.19 10:00 - 18:00 GRA2 0080

The aim of the seminar on risk and resources within the context of nutrition is to discuss and analyze public health and social scientific aspects of our food culture and the way we eat.
To be central within the seminar are the societal influences on our food culture. We will look for answers on questions such as: Why do men eat differently than women? How do our cultural heritage and our socio-economic status influence what we like to eat and how we like to eat it? How do parenting, religion, moral, tradition, media, peer groups, economics, agricultural and social policies, institutions like nurseries, kindergartens, schools, universities, workplaces, the food industry, technological, economical and biochemical developments and inventions influence our nutrition and our food culture? How is our food produced? What are the ecological and sanitary dangers resulting from large scale food production? Why do we witness abundance and scarcity on our planet at the same time? What can be done to defeat world hunger and how can we sustain food safety for a growing world population without depredating our natural resources?

Dr. Friedrich Schorb
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