Course instructors are responsible for the course content descriptions in English.
Behavior in organizations, group and organizational intervention strategies, work motivation, job satisfaction, labor conflict, communication, leadership, organizational climate, and occupational health.
The study of organizations is essential to analyze the behavior, attitudes, values¿¿, motivations and expectations of the people of today's society as they develop their personal and professional life in the field of organizations
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Know the economic, cultural, and social factors affecting the health sciences professions, as well as the economic, ethical, and social implications of professional decisions.
- Know current legislation for the exercise of the profession.
- Apply the professional code of ethics considering user rights and existing legislation.
- Hypothesize, assess information, and promote viable solutions to cases and professional situations.
- Establish good interpersonal communication to address the community you work with and the individuals you relate to effectively and with empathy.
- Be capable of working in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams and leading multidisciplinary teams.
- Ability to update, consolidate, and integrate new knowledge to improve the exercise of the profession using continuous self-learning techniques and critical analysis.
- Capability to use and promote innovation and creativity to solve professional problems.
- Be capable of adapting professional interventions to different contexts and situations, working on interdisciplinary teams in hospitals and primary care, as well as in other professional activity organizational contexts.
- Ability to make reasoned diagnostic judgments (orally and in writing) after properly applying contrasted analysis procedures of individual and collective behavior, respecting ethical components of the professional and scientific activity of the psychologist, before both the subject under intervention as well as other professionals.
- Apply knowledge and technical capacity belonging to psychology to help resolve clinically and/or socially relevant problems, generated either by the conditions of the subject or by particular social events.
Objectives (Learning outcomes)
- 01Know what is an organization, what determines their existence and their performance
- 02Identify the organizational structure and the different configurations
- 03Learn strategies to improve teamwork in organizations
- 04Describe the organizational change and development
- 05Analyze the main psychological and psychosocial processes involved in the work activities and organizations
- 06Explain the evaluation of the effectiveness and their influence on the organizational context
- 07Develop improvement actions
Association between objectives and units
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Methodology and grading
- The evaluation system of the subject the following guidelines:
a) Module theory: The contents of the exam will be based both in the matter explained in class and in the bibliography of recommended study each topic.
Be evaluated from a multiple-choice test of three alternative answers, which appear at least two questions for each topic and will include up to 30 questions, whose score can range from 0-8. Also include two essay questions, each question will be evaluated with a point. Each misspelling 0.1 points deducted.
b) Practical module: report & practical sessions. The final grade will practice note of the report of the final report submitted (50%) and active participation on the practical sessions (50%). An essay question (20%) in the theoretical exam for people who do not attend the 70% pratical sessions
c) Final Note: equivalent to 60% of the score on the examination of the theoretical module, plus 40% of the score on the practice module. Will need to pass both the theoretical and practical module to pass the course.
The evaluation procedure will be the same in the different calls of the subject. If one of the parties approve of matter (theory or practical) in February, the note is held to the following calls in September and December of the same academic year