In a changing society where health plays an essential role in the lives of people, the ESCS wants to train nurses with a high human and professional quality, indivisible both in a health professional, and for this reason we will keep working.Future students must be inquisitive and keen to learn about unknown fields and explore them to acquire skills that, in the future, will enable them to provide quality nursing treatments.
Future students must be able to build interpersonal relationships continually with the individual, the family and the community. They must also have communication skills, as communication is a tool that they require in their professional activities. Moreover, they must be able to work in a team as the fundamental approach with various professionals who are members of the healthcare team that has to respond to the needs of the person, the family and the community.
Future students must be inquisitive and keen to learn about unknown fields and explore them to acquire skills that, in the future, will enable them to provide quality nursing treatments.
As a service profession, the student profile also includes values and attitudes relating to serving people, family and community.
Furthermore, they are expected to display a clear interest in lifelong learning, building their nursing knowledge on a foundation of evidence.
Lastly, future students have to demonstrate a humanistic attitude in relation to the values of human beings and society, which enables them, right from the start of their training, to consider each person as a unique individual, valuing them as a member of family and social groups, making their own decisions based on their own personal interests and the interactions that take place between them.
Nursing develps its professional activity in:
- Acute hospitalization
- Emergency Ward
- Home care
- Socio-health centre
- Teaching and Research