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·        . Postgrad Advanced Course. of the. University of Milan. in collaboration with. Read more

·        Postgrad Advanced Course of the University of Milan in collaboration with VAS-Vascular-Independent Research and Education-European Organisation (http://www.vas-int.net )

 ·       Extended deadline: 10th April 2018

 ·        E-Learning Course + opzional 15th European Angiology Days-30th November-2nd December 2018 (Academic International Meetings)

 ·        The Course gives a final Certificate by the University of Milan and European Credits (ECMEC)

 ·        For students interested to continue for the European Master in Angiology/Vascular Medicine , these hours of theoretical lessons and the Postgraduate Course enrolment fee* will be subtracted from the European Master scheduled.    

European Master in Angiology Vascular Medicine is the only Master which permits access (see criteria in EBEAVM area) to the UEMS European Exam in Angiology/Vascular Medicine to obtain the CESMA-UEMS European Diploma in Angiology/Vascular Medicine and is also the briefest way to access


Introduction to eLearning Tools and VASCampus Platform (http://www.vascampus.star-t.it); Biomedical Ethics; The Process to the “European Citizen” in Medicine;

The Concept of Equity and the WHO prospective in Vascular and Cardiovascular Diseases;

Changing Vascular Mortality in middle age; Global Burden of lower extremity artery disease . Update; Peripheral Arterial Diseases – Clinical Aspects and Prognosis; Peripheral Arterial Diseases – Diagnosis and Therapy; Interventional Therapy in Arterial Diseases; Diagnostic Procedures in Microcirculation; Thermal Ablation of varicose veins; Endovenous Treatment : guided Foam Sclerosing Tecniques; Arterial and Venous Thrombosis; Lymphedema; Vascular Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract; Vascular Ultrasound: Abdominal Arteries; Statistics; Buerger;

Vascular Ultrasounds Peripheral Veins: Vasospastic Disorders; Aortic Aneurism; Post-Thrombotic Syndrome; CEAP Classification; Atherosclerosis; A-V Fistulas; Vascular Abnormalities;

Lyphedema versus Lymphedema; Renal Vascular Diseases; Antiplatelet and Anticoagulants in Vascular Diseases; Update in Arterial Hypertension; Carotids and Vertebral Arteries Ultrasounds;

Intracranial Doppler; How to evaluate methanalysis; Vascular ulcers; Polmonary embolism;

Aortic Dissection; Physical Rehabilitation; Diabetes 2 and Vascular Diseases; Unusual PAD;

Diet and Vascular Diseases; Epidemiology of infectious agents in vascular ulcers; Polmonary vasculitis; Takayasu; Lipids and Vascular Diseases; Cerebrovascular Disease

And 20 more optional topics


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The program of the two-year MSc is designed to offer a training in a specialized area of psychology and aims to be recognized as a high-level qualification for academic and professional purposes at international level. Read more

The program of the two-year MSc is designed to offer a training in a specialized area of psychology and aims to be recognized as a high-level qualification for academic and professional purposes at international level.

The course units range within psychology, neurology and psychiatry and their clinical applications (in collaboration with the Departments of Neuroscience and Medicine).

The whole degree is strongly focused on laboratories - equipped with instruments such as TMS, tDCS, GEODESIC software – which allow our students’ theoretical learning to be integrated with the use of this technology to the purpose of enhancing their practical skills too.

Our aim is to offer our students a multilevel approach to their studies within an international perspective.

Course structure

Each academic year consists of two semesters.

First semester: classes from October to January - Winter exam session: January to February

Second semester: classes from March to June - Summer exam session: June to July

Extra exam session: August to September

Course units

  • Advanced Social Psychology and Social Neuroscience 
  • Affective Neuroscience and Psychopathology 
  • Clinical Neuropsychology 
  • Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 
  • Neuroanatomy 
  • Neurolinguistics and Aphasiology 
  • Neurology 
  • New concepts in Cognitive Psychology 
  • New trends in Neuroscience 
  • Principles of Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging Techniques 
  • Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology 


  • Clinical neuropsychology assessment 
  • Computational Neuroscience
  • Electroencephalography recording and analyzing 
  • Forensic Neuroscience 
  • Kinematical recordings of movement 
  • Non invasive brain stimulation 
  • Psychophysiological assessment

Career opportunities

The MSc represents a great starting point to continue with PhD studies, particularly in Cognitive Science and Neuroscience. At the same time, our graduates will also be prepared to pursue a professional training and career in Clinical Neuropsychology or a related discipline. They will have various employment opportunities especially within the emerging fields of psychology. One example? Designing cognitive tests through neuroimaging, electrophysiology and brain stimulation.

Scholarships and Fee Waivers

The University of Padova, the Veneto Region and other organisations offer various scholarship schemes to support students. Below is a list of the funding opportunities that are most often used by international students in Padova.

You can find more information below and on our website here: http://www.unipd.it/en/studying-padova/funding-and-fees/scholarships

You can find more information on fee waivers here: http://www.unipd.it/en/fee-waivers

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Under the patronage of SIT – the. Italian Society of Telemedicine. Read more

Under the patronage of SIT – the Italian Society of Telemedicine - the Rome Business School’s Master’s Degree Course in e-Health Management has been designed to supply training on organizational processes and technologies aimed at the proper introduction and management of ICT solutions and Telemedicine in Health Systems.

E-Health is the combined use of information technology and electronic communication, especially the internet, in the health sector, for clinical, educational and administrative purposes; both on-site and at distance (in which case it is called Telemedicine). E-Health is not only a technical development, but also represents a way of thinking, a commitment, an organizational approach to improve health care locally or regionally by using the new opportunities presented by Information and Communication Technology.

By means of e-Health and Telemedicine, a Healthcare Institution or Ministry can achieve:

• More efficiency in health care: reducing costs by networking data and knowledge, avoiding duplication in diagnostic or therapeutic interventions, treating patients directly at home.

• A higher quality of care: by networking the Health professionals’ knowledge, enabling comparisons, and involving the patients and care givers.

• The empowerment of patients.

• The education of both physicians and patients about the management of pathologies

• More equity, for example by networking smaller hospitals with larger institutions and making virtual visits to remote areas.

In this scenario, it is crucial for a Manager to understand the potentiality, seize the opportunities, push and, above all, lead the e-Health and Telemedicine revolution in health care.

The Rome Business School’s Master’s Degree Course in e-Health Management has been designed to supply training on organizational processes and technologies aimed at the proper introduction and management of ICT solutions and Telemedicine in Health Systems.


The Master’s Degree Course is designed for

• Directors and Managers of Healthcare Institutions,

• Directors and Managers of Social and Healthcare Ministries,

• Healthcare Decision-Makers,

• Clinicians,

• Clinical Engineers.


On completion of the training course, attendees will:

• Understand e-Health and Telemedicine terminologies and their areas of application.

• Be aware of the most widespread and innovative technology platforms and solutions available.

• Possess the skills to evaluate and choose the best e-Health projects and solutions.

• Be able to manage the organizational aspects stemming from the introduction of e-Health in an Institution, a Region, or a Country.

• Be able to apply the knowledge of the best-in-class European e-Health projects to the domestic contexts.

• Be e-Health evangelists.


On completion of this Master’s Degree Course, attendees will be able to work or improve their careers as:

• E-Health Managers

• Chief Information Officers for healthcare institutions

• E-Health executive consultants

• Managers of ICT Departments of Health Ministries

• E-Health and Telemedicine evangelists

Course Contents

• Introduction, Terms and General Concepts

• Health Technology Assessment

• Electronic Medical Records

• National Electronic Health Records

• Chronic Disease Management

• EMR for Primary Care

• Clinical Decision Support Systems

• UK WSD “The Largest Randomised Control Trial of Telehealth and Telecare in the World”

• Better Health Through IT

• Standards and Interoperability

• Telemedicine: areas of use and technologies

• Introducing e-Health in Hospital environments

• Economics of e-Health

• Healthcare reform: changing the healthcare models in Europe

• ESA activities in Telemedicine: space technology for downstream eHealth applications

• E-Health experiences in the Italian regions

• E-Health in Hospitals

• Telemedicine for local organizations

• Telemedicine for developing Countries

• Public-Private Partnerships

• Designing of e-health projects

• European Structural Funding for e-Health management


The course is structured in:

• 20 two hour seminars (6 months) +

• A final project work (6 months).

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