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Top Part time Bachelor Degrees in Public Health 2017 in Europe

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Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy

The Department of European Studies “Jean Monnet“
Online & Campus Combined 3 years December 2017 Switzerland Locarno

Physiotherapy is an autonomous profession whose practitioners should work in an open and equal professional relationship with other health professionals. Physiotherapists assess patients and then plan and implement treatment using various forms of physical resources (movement, electricity, water, heat, minerals, mud, climatic conditions, ultrasound, laser) in cooperation with the patients or users and their families, under the supervision and under the direction of medical doctors-specialists in physical medicine and rehabilitation. The curriculum is adapted to the modern needs of the profession, is appropriate for the student's abilities and current needs of modern health care and health tourism. Duration of study: The course lasts for six (6) semesters. Three (3) academic years Credits: 180 ECTS [+]

Top Part time Bachelor Degrees in Public Health in Europe. Competency achieved upon completion of the proposed studies After completing three years or six semesters (180 ECTS) of undergraduate study in Physiotherapy, students will be competent to organize and implement models application of physiotherapy which are trained for independent work in medical institutions, health-rehabilitation centers, professional sport clubs and other facilities for health tourism. The Bachelor in physiotherapy qualify themselves with their education for participation in the rehabilitation team work through: - Assessment of the status of the user and the need for physiotherapy treatment - Conduct kinesiometry and other measurements in order to diagnose functions of the locomotor system - Planning and Programming physiotherapy treatments - The application of special physiotherapy treatments according to the needs of users - Evaluation of the effects of treatment - Participation in education physiotherapists and other health professionals - Participating in research in the field of physical therapy - Training for teamwork, especially for interdisciplinary model in solving users problems - Continue of their own education - Work on the improvement of the profession. Studies program should help future physiotherapists: - the acquisition of humanistic and holistic approach to the person who is in the treatment of physical therapy, - achieve sensitivity to individual needs and preferences, -in action according to established or identified needs, - to provide the skills, - the foundation of practice on knowledge, - to develop critical thinking, - to encourage interest in continuing professional development. - to encourage scientific research in the field of physiotherapy Linkage studies with basic and modern skills and profession The physical therapy profession involves care for persons of all ages in health. Physiotherapists are now far more than just a hospital staff responsible for carrying out the program prescribed by a doctor and therefore there is a growing need for advanced knowledge and learning about new technologies in the field of communication, assessment and treatment. [-]

Bachelor in Physical Education and Sport

Charles University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport
Campus 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Graduates from the course “Physical education and sport” are qualified and have the necessary competence to pursue professional careers in a wide range of activities related to physical education and sports, in sports clubs and athletic institutions, fitness centres, travel agencies, culture and leisure centres, municipal authorities, etc. [+]

Graduates from the course “Physical education and sport” are qualified and have the necessary competence to pursue professional careers in a wide range of activities related to physical education and sports, in sports clubs and athletic institutions, fitness centres, travel agencies, culture and leisure centres, municipal authorities, etc. A balanced structure of compulsory, additional and voluntary credit-earning subjects in social sciences and biomedicine, physical education didactics, selected sports disciplines including a series of regular and related practical training allows students to get thorough understanding of a comprehensive set of professional issues and make an informed choice of their line of study. Graduates from our bachelor courses may continue with advanced “Physical education and sports” studies to earn a masters degree. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria The process of admission is conducted via a postal form. The Admission Committee decides on acceptance or non-acceptance without the applicant’s presence. The decision is based on the complete documents sent by the applicant, or on the results of the applicant’s discontinued studies at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University (UK FTVS). Conditions for admission The applicant is required to send an Application Form and a Letter of Motivation together with: a/ a sport doctor’s confirmation, b/ for the Bachelor study programme – a certificate of educational background, required by the Act on Higher Education (e.g. a national secondary school leaving exam certificate, or a ‘nostrification’ (Czech Republic recognition of secondary education), c/ curriculum vitae and a letter(s) of recommendation for study, d/ internationally recognised certificate(s) proving the applicant’s English language skills. Information on the exercise of graduates The graduate has gained the academic qualification and the required knowledge and comprehension of theories and methods of the study branch, is able to use the knowledge, which have been developed into professional competencies through an accomplishment, in the job as sports instructor, organiser in a sport organisation, etc., is able to develop suitable exercise programmes with the optimal physical and mental strain for different target groups or individuals, is able to collect and evaluate data of clients with help of relevant methods, and present them to the public and specialists in accordance with social, scientific, and ethical aspects.The learning outcomes gained in the subjects of humanities and biomedicine, in the didactics of physical education and sport will enable find a wide range of jobs in the labour market. [-]

Bachelor in Physiotherapy

Charles University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport
Campus 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The graduate in physiotherapy is qualified for a paramedical health care profession. S/he is allowed to provide treatment within preventive, diagnostic, remedial and rehabilitation care, which can be provided in medical facilities of all types, including rehabilitation institutions and specialized departments, social care facilities, spas and sports facilities. [+]

Top Part time Bachelor Degrees in Public Health in Europe. The graduate in physiotherapy is qualified for a paramedical health care profession. S/he is allowed to provide treatment within preventive, diagnostic, remedial and rehabilitation care, which can be provided in medical facilities of all types, including rehabilitation institutions and specialized departments, social care facilities, spas and sports facilities. S/he is endowed with practical skills within the full extent of physiotherapy, acts independently and uses a broad spectrum of physiotherapeutic methods, including therapeutic procedures based on physical agents. S/he is able to assess the effect of the therapy applied. The therapist is endowed with knowledge and skills that comply with the WCPT regulations. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria The process of admission is conducted via a postal form. The Admission Committee decides on acceptance or non-acceptance without the applicant’s presence. The decision is based on the complete documents sent by the applicant, or on the results of the applicant’s discontinued studies at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University (UK FTVS). Conditions for admission The applicant is required to send an Application Form and a Letter of Motivation together with: a/ a sport doctor’s confirmation, b/ for the Bachelor study programme – a certificate of educational background, required by the Act on Higher Education (e.g. a national secondary school leaving exam certificate, or a ‘nostrification’ (Czech Republic recognition of secondary education), c/ curriculum vitae and a letter(s) of recommendation for study, d/ internationally recognised certificate(s) proving the applicant’s English language skills. Information on the exercise of graduates The graduate in physiotherapy is qualified for a paramedical health care profession. S/he is allowed to provide treatment within preventive, diagnostic, remedial and rehabilitation care, which can be provided in medical facilities of all types, including rehabilitation institutions and specialized departments, social care facilities, spas and sports facilities. S/he is endowed with practical skills within the full extent of physiotherapy, acts independently and uses a broad spectrum of physiotherapeutic methods, including therapeutic procedures based on physical agents. S/he is able to assess the effect of the therapy applied. The therapist is endowed with knowledge and skills that comply with the WCPT regulations. [-]

Human Medicine Bachelor Study Program

Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences
Campus 6 semesters October 2017 Austria Krems

The Human Medicine master programme builds on the Health Sciences bachelor degree. Besides offering the scientific training required to enter the medical profession, the programme is geared towards providing the skills needed by independent practitioners. [+]

The Human Medicine master programme builds on the Health Sciences bachelor degree. Besides offering the scientific training required to enter the medical profession, the programme is geared towards providing the skills needed by independent practitioners. The curriculum also supports development of the core competences of medical experts – professional conduct, interdisciplinary collaboration and communicative abilities – and other key qualities required for a medical career. On completing their degree, graduates receive the academic title of doctor of medicine (Dr.med.univ.). This wide-ranging programme provides students with comprehensive expertise. Courses include a strong practical element and students get to grips with concrete medical issues at an early stage. The emphasis is on health science topics in a range of disciplines. An additional focus on technology and economics means that graduates will have developed strong interdisciplinary communication and problem-solving skills, and excellent clinical abilities. As a result they are ideally placed to assume the responsibilities of decision-makers in an advanced health care system. The programme’s distinctive practical element comes courtesy of our close relations with a network of university hospitals comprising facilities in St Pölten, Krems and Tulln. The Biomedical Engineering, Health Economics/Health Care Management and Applied Clinical Science electives give prospective physicians the opportunity to carry out specialist research into these topics during their degree. Assessment At the end of the programme, students are required to write a master thesis. They begin working towards the thesis in the first semester, when they present a synopsis of a study project. Students obtain specific methodological expertise during elective courses, and use this know-how to draft a study protocol which serves as the basis for their master thesis. The electives, which students select from a range of modules, lay the groundwork for the master thesis. The elective subjects are: - Biomedical Engineering - Health Economics/Health Care Management - Applied Clinical Science Master thesis supervisors, in consultation with the degree programme director, may require students to attend a voluntary elective with a workload of 10 ECTS credits, if this is essential for meeting the methods-based and content-related requirements of the master thesis project. Students may also choose to take voluntary electives (especially in the Biomedical Technology elective) subject to the approval of their thesis supervisor and the degree programme director. Curriculum The Human Medicine master programme builds on the Health Sciences bachelor degree, and also has a modular structure, with the timing and contents of each module designed to meet the requirements of cross-disciplinary learning. These requirements play an integral part in courses offered throughout the various semesters, creating a link to clinical practice and promoting the development of clinical skills. The modules in years 1 and 2 enhance clinical abilities and proficiency by means of small-group learning. The specific health topics covered in each course focus on the problems which human medicine experts frequently encounter in day-to-day practice. Students receive practical clinical training in the course of a 48-week internship in the third year of the programme. Courses focus primarily on clinical practice, and case studies are used to illustrate theory-based course contents. Small-group bedside teaching approaches enable students to carry out detailed, problem-based and patient-centred analysis of specific cases, as well as promoting professional conduct and interdisciplinary working practices. The objective is to help students to develop suitable reflective and decision-making capabilities, stamina, a feeling for psychological well-being and a strong sense of responsibility. The focus is also on enhancing the skills required to form interpersonal relationships, to recognise, understand and handle group dynamics, to manage tasks and responsibilities, as well as to identify and deal sympathetically with borderline situations and uncertainty. This in turn supports the students’ interpersonal and professional socialisation. The Interdisciplinary Approaches course concentrates on health economics and biomedical engineering topics such as procedural due process, process and quality management, analysis and discussion of health and social policy issues, health care planning, institutional matters and ethical questions. The aim is to teach professional conduct as defined by the CanMEDS Roles. Career Perspectives Thanks to the highly integrated, interdisciplinary structure of the Human Medicine programme, students acquire a unique skills portfolio that enables them to pursue a medical career. As fully qualified medical experts, programme graduates have first-class medical abilities, excellent communication skills, and can adopt collaborative, interprofessional working practices. However, graduates can also act as managers, trainers, academics, and advocates on health-care issues. The choice of electives allows students to acquire in-depth knowledge and specialist abilities tailored to the needs of tomorrow’s health system. This opens the door to an attractive career in some of the most important fields of modern medicine, including biomedical engineering, health management and clinical research. Entry requirements -Bachelor degree in Health Sciences from Karl Landsteiner University -Alternatively, an equivalent qualification in health sciences with a workload of at least 180 ECTS from a recognised Austrian or foreign higher education institution -Proof of German language proficiency with minimum level C1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR): German-language secondary school Goethe-Zertifikat C1 issued by the Goethe Institut ÖSD Mittelstufe Deutsch certificate -Proof of English language proficiency with minimum level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) for the Biomedical Engineering and Health Care Management electives: IELTS (minimum score: 6.0) TOEFL (minimum score: 87) Cambridge: First Certificate in English (FCE) or an equivalent qualification [-]

Health Science Bachelor Study Program

Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences
Campus 6 semesters October 2017 Austria Krems

Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences is the first Austrian higher education institute to offer interdisciplinary medical degree programmes in line with the requirements of the Bologna model. The Health Sciences bachelor programme gives students the skills they need to enter new, cutting-edge health professions, and lays the foundations for developing medical expertise. [+]

Top Part time Bachelor Degrees in Public Health in Europe. Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences is the first Austrian higher education institute to offer interdisciplinary medical degree programmes in line with the requirements of the Bologna model. The Health Sciences bachelor programme gives students the skills they need to enter new, cutting-edge health professions, and lays the foundations for developing medical expertise. The combination of courses in human medicine, biomedical engineering and health economics is designed to produce medical experts with state-of-the-art skills profiles. Thanks to a clearly structured curriculum aimed at nurturing professional qualities, programme graduates will have developed interdisciplinary communication and problem-solving skills, and are also in a position to identify and respond to health-related problems. They are able to work effectively in the highly complex public health sector, skilfully discuss problems and take appropriate responsive action. A fully integrated curriculum geared towards enhancing expertise in a diverse range of subjects gives students the interdisciplinary communication, professional and problem-solving skills they require to address medical, biomedical engineering and health economics issues. The Health Sciences bachelor programme is a prerequisite for entry to, but not a replacement for the Human Medicine master programme, which is designed to build on the knowledge acquired by Health Sciences programme graduates. Assessment At the end of the degree programme, students sit a final examination, and are required to write a bachelor thesis which may be used as the basis for their subsequent master thesis and the related synopsis. The bachelor thesis enables students to enhance and demonstrate their theoretical and methods-based skills in relation to medical practice. Students are also expected to show that they can employ appropriate, systematic approaches to produce an academic paper and present their findings – both orally and in writing – in accordance with academic practice. In addition, the structure of the paper should meet academic standards. Curriculum Courses focus primarily on clinical practice, and case studies are used to illustrate theory-based course contents. Small-group learning enables students to develop detailed, problem-centred and patient-focused approaches. Training in professional behaviour and conduct helps students to develop suitable reflective and decision-making capabilities, stamina, a feeling for psychological well-being and a strong sense of responsibility. The focus is also on enhancing the skills required to form interpersonal relationships, to recognise, understand and handle group dynamics, to manage tasks and responsibilities, as well as to identify and deal sympathetically with borderline situations and uncertainty. This in turn supports the students’ interpersonal and professional socialisation. Graduates of the programme are true medical experts, able to demonstrate outstanding medical expertise, clinical abilities and a professional attitude. They will have developed the core competences of modern-day medical practitioners: communication skills, team spirit and a professional mindset. However, graduates can also act as managers, trainers and advocates on health-care issues. Modular courses are offered in all semesters. The timing and content of these courses are designed to meet the requirements for interdisciplinary learning. The modules in years 1 and 2 are designed to promote several different kinds of expertise (basic knowledge, context, skills and abilities, and academic background). Year 3 prepares students for the Human Medicine master programme and training in clinical practice with a series of specialised courses focusing on medicine. The lead-up to these courses begins in semester 4, when students either take a preparatory course prior to a clinical placement and then complete a hospital internship, or gain experience of a particular occupation. Career perspectives The cross-disciplinary structure of the Health Sciences programme enables graduates to develop a unique skills set covering a highly diverse range of health topics. These skills provide an excellent foundation for training in health economics, which in turn opens up career opportunities in areas such as medical documentation. The combination of training in medical and biological principles with technological know-how paves the way for further qualifications in biomedical engineering. The blend of courses in medicine, technology and economics means that programme graduates will also be in strong demand in the pharmaceutical industry. Students aiming to enter specialised occupations such as medical documentation assistant and pharmaceutical adviser have the option of taking advanced electives in the course of writing their bachelor thesis. Entry requirements -Proof of general higher education entrance qualification The proof of general higher education entrance qualification may be fulfilled by one of the following certificates: secondary school-leaving examination (Matura) vocational matriculation examination (Berufsreifeprüfung) general university entrance examination for medical degree programmes (Studienberechtigungsprüfung Medizin) international secondary school-leaving examination that is considered equivalent to one of the aforementioned Austrian examinations: Latin: Proof of completion of a Latin course of at least 10 hours/week at a secondary school – if you cannot provide proof, you will be required to sit a supplementary examination in Latin before taking your bachelor examination Biology: Proof of completion of a biology course of at least one hour/week at a secondary school after the eighth year of compulsory education, or proof of a supplementary examination in biology pursuant to section 124a Universities Act (Universitätsgesetz) in conjunction with section 2 University Entrance Qualification Order 1998 -Proof of English language proficiency with minimum level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR): IELTS (minimum score 6.0) TOEFL (minimum score 87) Cambridge: First Certificate in English (FCE) or an equivalent qualification [-]

Bachelor in Public Health

UNIVERSITATEA BABEȘ-BOLYAI
Campus 3 years October 2017 Romania Cluj-Napoca

Cluj School of Public Health is the only Public Health program taught completely in English in the entire Central and Eastern Europe. The program was designed in order to prepare independent professionals in the field of Public Health at the highest standards. The program is customized to cover every aspect of Public Health’s field, but is also allowing students to focus on their area of interest... [+]

Cluj School of Public Health is the only Public Health program taught completely in English in the entire Central and Eastern Europe. The program was designed in order to prepare independent professionals in the field of Public Health at the highest standards. The program is customized to cover every aspect of Public Health’s field, but is also allowing students to focus on their area of interest. Also, the program is highly competitive and challenging, but supportive and student-oriented, with experienced professors and mentors that offer a world-class education leading to successful graduates. It is a program designed to link learning, teaching and research, in a way in which theoretical knowledge can be applied. The program offers various career perspectives and professional opportunities in a new, dynamic and challenging field. This way, the program brings an interdisciplinary approach on Public Health tackling five major fields: Health Policy and Management, Social and Behavioral Health, Epidemiology, Statistics, and Environmental Health. The Program A rigorously structured academic curriculum which acquaintes students with the Public Health field, starting with the basic knowledge and offering along the way the possibility of a deeper understanding on specific areas of interest. A special designed program in which theoretical knowledge is inextricably linked with practical activities. A mentorship program to offer you support and advice on all aspects of your academic work. Innovative teaching and learning practices. The Facilities SPH’s library – includes over 1500 titles (books, periodicals, CDs and DVDs) covering a range of Public Health topics, being one of the largest Public Health libraries in Romania. A tailored working environment opened to students’ use. You can come whenever you want to work on your projects, learn, or simply interact with colleagues. Here you have access to computers and high-speed wireless network. An epidemiology research laboratory, where students can perform laboratory based research. Access to computers, network connections and technology that enables access to digital content, interactive methods of teaching and learning, and eliminates time and space constraints by allowing interaction with students and professors from universities around the world. Career opportunities Public Health is a new and exciting field that offers plenty of job opportunities to suit everyone’s interests, needs or skills. As a public health professional you will have a large offer of job perspectives, as well as the opportunity to work in a challenging and dynamic field. Public health is about preventing health problems before they happen. So, if you feel rewarded working towards improving your life and the life of those around you, then public health is the field for you. Depending on whether you like to work with numbers, answering questions through research or just love working with people, together with the knowledge and the skills acquired during the program, you can pursue a career in: Health policy and management, Health administration, Community and Behavioral Health, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Occupational and Environmental Health, Health Promotion [-]

Masters In Primary Health Care

Escuela Europea de Salud
Online Part time 4 - 12 months September 2017 Spain Madrid

Primary health care (AP) is recognized as one of the key components of an effective health system. This is based on practical methods and technologies, scientifically based and socially acceptable, so the evidence-based health is one of the best tools to improve practice, education and care for the people we serve every day .. . [+]

Top Part time Bachelor Degrees in Public Health in Europe. Masters in Primary Health Care Primary health care (AP) is recognized as one of the key components of an effective health system. This is based on practical methods and technologies, scientifically based and socially acceptable, so the evidence-based health is one of the best tools to improve practice, education and care for the people we serve every day. Places: 50. Rating: 250 test (multiple choice), 16 scenarios and research thesis (approximately 15 pages). Online assessments. Tutoring online, skype and telephone. Study mode: Distance. The material is delivered in modules and books in pdf pendrive. Language: Castilian. Type: Title own. Title obtained: Master in primary health care. Home: permanent. Completion: 4 months (minimum) - 12 months (maximum). GENERAL PURPOSE Equip healthcare workers with the necessary knowledge to exercise their profession through existing scientific evidence, in addition to mastering primary care as a level of health care. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Knowing the social, legal and ethical framework for the management and administration of social care centers, being aware of the many resources management strategies. Expand scientific knowledge dominating the scientific search the major search engines as well as conducting research studies and publication. Acquire skills to talk with healthcare terminology in addition to defending the health practice based on evidence. Improve the allocation of costs, facilitate monitoring of processes, making comparisons within and interhospital possible, provide a more real information and greater adaptation process of clinical decision based on protocols. Lead to better and earlier diagnosis and treatment that will limit unnecessary testing and repeated emergency room visits and other specialists. Using the theoretical concepts and knowledge of health care as a basis for decision-making in health practice BLS / A at outpatient level. Knowing the advantages and limitations of quantitative and qualitative research problems likely methodologies. Knowing the advantages and limitations of different types of epidemiological study. CONTENTS The expert is divided into 5 sections: Advances in the management of health systems. (400 hours, 16 ECTS credits) Health: Nursing and evidence-based medicine (325 hours, 13 ECTS credits). Training and research in emergency and health emergencies. (275 hours 11 ECTS credits) Fundamentals of health education and primary health care. (375 hours, 15 ECTS credits) Dissertation research. (150 hours, 6 ECTS credits) CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Healthcare. Academic-Teaching. Career Development. Social. Ethics. Continuing education. Ranking official scales. ELIGIBILITY Registration form. Copy of university degree. Receipt of payment. [-]

Bachelor of Public Health

Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
Campus Part time 4 years September 2017 Lithuania Kaunas

The Food Safety study programme is aimed to prepare the professionals devoted to the application of their skills and knowledge for the protection and improvement of public health through ensuring and enhancing food safety along food production chain and by reducing human exposure to chemical and biological hazards arising from the food consumption. [+]

Bachelor of Public Health - Food Safety 

 

Brief information about programmeType of studies: Bachelor's studiesDuration: 4 yearsDegree: Bachelor of Public Health, Food Safety programmeECTS credits: 240 Curriculum The Food Safety study programme is aimed to prepare the professionals devoted to the application of their skills and knowledge for the protection and improvement of public health through ensuring and enhancing food safety along food production chain and by reducing human exposure to chemical and biological hazards arising from the food consumption.Teaching Methods Coursework is organized into semesters: students have 5-7 subjects every semester. A few compulsory placements must be completed at food-related laboratories, food industry, veterinary services or bodies responsible for safety in the food chain. Evaluation of performance Examinations are taken upon completion of each subject. The studies are completed by a bachelor's thesis defence.Competences you gain Graduates in food safety will have the ability to:... [-]