We took four courses during our exchange semester.
The classes we took were:
Issues in Global Health- the challenges we face within health all around the world.
Concepts of Leadership- what qualities a good leader should have.
Complex Health Problems l- how to put pharmacology, pathophysiology, anatomy and physiology all together to see the full picture of a patient.
Families Experiencing Crisis - mental health and different disease within mental illness.
"Concepts of Leadership" and "Complex Health Problems l" are two courses that are mandatory in Jönköping during our 5th semester. The other two courses were free for us to choose, but they had to be relevant for our education. We were allowed to create our own schedule before we arrived in Windsor, which we appreciated. We had two classes on Monday, one on Wednesday and one on Friday. All three of us felt that through all courses, we received good and new knowledge that will be useful for us in our upcoming profession as nurses back in Sweden.
Unfortunately, we weren't allowed to have any clinical placement during our exchange in Windsor. Although, we got help from the school to arrange a field trip to one of the two hospitals in Windsor. This was very exciting and helped us visualise for real what we studied in the class.