These experiences, alongside individual talents, are valuable resources that can be utilised to benefit all those attending the study course. We encourage and help you to contribute your experiences in support of your fellow students and equally make sure that you profit from the support of others.
Lectures, seminars, group work and practical research projects will equip you with sound knowledge of the themes and methods pertaining to the therapeutic sciences. You will learn how to systematically work with literature, formulate research topics and draft study designs. You will develop the corresponding tasks and fill them with practical content relevant to your specialised discipline.
As a result, you will broaden your knowledge and extend your capabilities not only on an interdisciplinary basis, but at the same time in a manner tailored to your own individual interests and the main subject areas of your occupational field. The examination of current developments in health economics, health policy and career politics will open up new perspectives for you that will enable you to react adequately to changing circumstances in the healthcare sector (demographic changes, scarcity of resources).
The first semester is spent teaching theory and methods.
In the second semester, alongside the teaching of theory, the acquired knowledge is applied in practice. You learn the basic principles of
You will work on a joint, cross-discipline research project together with students from other fields of therapy. The results of the project are then presented to a large professional audience during a student symposium. Counselled and guided by experts, the students are responsible for realising every single phase of the project, from identifying a research topic to planning what data is to be collated and then evaluating that data, through to organising the event and presenting the research results, and culminating in their publication.
In consultation with the students, a visit is organised to a congress related to the special fields concerned as part of an excursion.
The third semester is devoted to specialised studies in two of three optional subjects. Parallel to this, students work on their own research project that is intended to serve as a preliminary study for the Master’s thesis.
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