The International Master in Occupational Health and Occupational Disease Prevention trains the student in order to make him a qualified professional for the prevention of risks in the workplace.
It is composed of an itinerary of continuous training modules and designed to achieve learning in a current subject, with a systematic and regular dedication of study.
MAIN AND SECONDARY OBJECTIVE
- Transmit the necessary skills, knowledge and skills in Occupational Health and Risk Prevention in the work environment. On the other hand, specifically seeks:
- List the fundamental aspects related to medical care in health surveillance.
- To analyze the different criteria of medical performance in the different pathologies of labor origin, professional risks, and by physical, chemical and biological agents.
- State the various actions related to medical practice in health surveillance.
- Implement the scientific methodology and the research process in medical care in health surveillance.
The International Master in Occupational Health and Occupational Disease Prevention, due to its interdisciplinary nature, is aimed at all professionals who are interested in occupational health and safety and, more specifically, in the prevention of occupational hazards.
Once they have passed the exam of this Master, they will receive a diploma issued by the Instituto Europeo de Salud y Bienestar Social , accredited with 700 Hours. This diploma will be issued after two months, counted from passing the exam and having delivered all the assessment tests and case studies.
The master's degree is designed to be completed within a minimum period of 8 months and a maximum of 12 months.
All the training programs of Instituto Europeo de Salud y Bienestar Social use the PIDAMIS methodology, based on 7 pillars that form the basis of the teaching practice of the European Institute:
About the School
El Instituto Europeo de Salud y Bienestar Social es una fundación científica y cultural que tiene entre sus metas la educación médica, la satisfacción de los pacientes y el desarrollo de la medicina e ... Read More