Curricular Unit I | Common Core - 48h
Medicine in general, raises huge questions to the managers of the different levels, who have the need to increase knowledge in areas such as clinical governance and health units, contracting and public health, among others many aspects.
By attending this course, the student acquires the foundation tooptimiseand maximise not only their managerial intervention in several areas, but also to assimilate the meaning of medical concepts inherent to each of the specialties that make up the remaining courses, enabling them the use of clinical concepts and management in an integrated manner in decision making.
Curriclar Unit II | Surgical Areas - 64h
The area of surgery poses enormous issues to managers of many different levels, ranging from the need to understand the basics of specialties, through the main pathologies, the most important pharmacotherapy and alternatives, as well as surgical interventions and the most frequent Complementary Diagnosis Means and Therapeutics and their clinical justification.
On the other hand, the efficient management of operating theatres, the relevance of outpatient surgery, the pre-operating patient approach and the planning of post-operation, brings new challenges to the management of these areas, which implies an effective and sound knowledge of the issues to enable the implementation of best solutions.
By attending this course, the student will be able, among other things, to apply and understand, within the health management, the meaning of medical concepts inherent to each of the surgical specialties with an impact on decision making.
Curricular Unit III | Medical Areas - 68h
Medical areas include medical specialists who evaluate the patient as a whole, taking into account the complexity of the human organism and the interaction of various diseases and disorders that can affect the individual.
Currently, this raises huge area management issues to the most different levels, ranging from the need to understand the basics of various specialties, through the main pathologies, the most important pharmacotherapy and clinical evidence-based alternatives.
Following the completion of this unit, the student will be able, among other things, to apply and understand within the health management the meaning of medical concepts inherent to each of the medical specialties and the potential impact on the decision making for the better integration of fundamentals management and medicine in the context of modern healthcare systems.
Curricular Unit IV | CMDT Areas - 24h
The area of Complementary Methods of Diagnosis and Therapy includes medical specialties directed to carry out tests with impact on different levels of the health chain: prevention, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring. The trend is, in a general way, to an increasing use of diagnostic medicine in the future.
By attending this course, the student will be able, among others, to apply and understand under management in health care the meaning of medical concepts inherent to each of the specialties, with an impact on decision making. Will still be able to understand its use and identify CMDT most accomplished, their justification, equipment and materials, most commonly used reagents and consumables, and respective alternatives, as well as advantages and disadvantages of different laboratory techniques performed.