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Education Courses Stress management in practice

Stress management in practice

optional C
Method of evaluation
semi-final examination
Semester in the curriculum
Suggested from 1st semester
Allow for
  • Vet EN

Course description

Subject responsibility: Dr. László Ózsvári, full professor

Course description:

Man perceives and knows the world within the limits of his own abilities. These abilities fundamentally influence our day-to-day perceptions, decisions, behaviors and actions. The short-term goal of the course is for students to think about their human abilities, to learn about the possibilities of using and developing them. We provide an insight into the current results in natural science, then introduce the latest scinetific approach to the living organism and revolve around the concepts of the human brain and consciousness. Then we take a look at these conditions in our daily lives (such as exam tests), the importance of their quality in our health and everyday activities, and the opportunities for improvement, thus contributing to a fuller understanding of our human abilities and their more effective application in practice. We present the stress which is the partner of the students during the exam period, and the possibility of using it to help improve their performance on the exam. Finally described a scientifically recognized stress relief, ability development and stabilization technique.

The Vet makes a connection between two worlds – human and animals. For the successful connection it is essential to know well about our abilities. As a judgment made in a lack of information and in an emotionally unstable state can have serious consequenses for both the animals and its owner. In the everyday life of a veterinarian it is essential a well-developed ability to border vision, the actions for support life, calmness, comprehension ability and efficient work. The long-term goal of the course is to give such an understanding of the life and being with which Vet leaving the University to contribute to the development of society, to improve the lives of people and animals in need, and to avoid overwork and „burnout state”.