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This Master's Degree Programme, taught by Universitat Rovira i Virgili and Universitat de Barcelona in collaboration with the Universitat de les Illes Balears. Read more
This Master's Degree Programme, taught by Universitat Rovira i Virgili and Universitat de Barcelona in collaboration with the Universitat de les Illes Balears. It is based on training and research excellence, including the latest improvements in clinical nutrition, nutrigenomics and functional foods, as well as, a high cooperation with prestigious hospitals, research groups and food industries.

Student Profile

This master's degree is designed for students with previous education in the biosciences (for example, biochemistry, biotechnology, medicine, biology, chemistry, oenology, pharmacy, food science and technology, veterinary medicine, and human nutrition and dietetics) who wish to further their knowledge of clinical nutrition, functional food design or research into basic and clinical nutrition.

Career Opportunities

Graduates can work in the fields of clinical and nutritional healthcare, in the food industry (design of functional foods), and in research as members of multidisciplinary research groups: R&D&I units of the food industry, regulatory agencies, public and private research centres, hospital research units, and private consultancies. They can also go on to take a doctoral degree.

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Acupuncture holds a unique position in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) because it is, primarily, a preventive technique, i.e. it is used to maintain health rather than treat pathological symptoms. Read more
Acupuncture holds a unique position in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) because it is, primarily, a preventive technique, i.e. it is used to maintain health rather than treat pathological symptoms. It can also have a large impact on functional pathologies; its only limits are in treating lesions.

In the course proposed, we will study:

-Energetic anatomy, the 12 meridians or energy channels, as well as the role of their control points according to three large functional energetic levels.
-Energetic physiology as traditionally described in reference works, as well as the great symbols of ancient traditional Chinese culture and thought.

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As healthcare professionals we know that environment has an influence on all processes. Read more
As healthcare professionals we know that environment has an influence on all processes. Thus this postgraduate degree wishes to position cardiovascular risk in relation to our social environment and our daily life, in addition to using other scientific information to reach a comprehensive understanding of cardiovascular disease. We work with and for people and our knowledge is for their benefit. It is for patients and society that we require deep and updated knowledge, so that we can open up new scientific horizons in order to improve the health of our patients, and society in general.

Cardiovascular disease, with its added risk factors, today accounts for 35% of routine medical activity in both doctors' surgeries and hospitals and is therefore a highly prevalent pathology with very high healthcare costs and repercussions on the daily lives of patients and their families, and on the healthcare system and employment market. Currently, diagnosis and follow up is very fragmented and involves many medical specialities; our patients are thus seen as having their pathology spread over various specialities.

The objective of this postgraduate degree is to learn to see these patients holistically. The course is therefore organised according to the parameters of everyday medical practice and seeks to provide the student with the maximum number of skills so as to be able to be at the centre of the diagnosis, treatment and follow-up for these patients.

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This course has both a theoretical and a practical component. The theoretical part, which comprises theoretical classes and reviews of the current and classical literature, is imparted by both teaching staff and the students themselves. Read more
This course has both a theoretical and a practical component.

The theoretical part, which comprises theoretical classes and reviews of the current and classical literature, is imparted by both teaching staff and the students themselves.

The practical part mainly concerns tooth- and implant-supported prostheses, minimally invasive treatments, removable prostheses and mixed buccal rehabilitation, combining fixed and removable prostheses with and without anchorages.

Laboratory practicals will also be held with various commercial suppliers in order to get to know new materials

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This course is designed to prepare dental professionals and stomatologists who wish to broaden their theoretical knowledge and practical/clinical experience in the field of periodontics. Read more
This course is designed to prepare dental professionals and stomatologists who wish to broaden their theoretical knowledge and practical/clinical experience in the field of periodontics.

The teaching part of this residency comprises:
-Theoretical sessions.
-Practical sessions (laboratory and practical seminars).
-Clinical sessions.

Students are expected to actively participate in the various activities under the supervision of a tutor in order to acquire the necessary criteria in this field.

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Oral health in newborns, children and adolescents affects the general health of both the current child population and the future adult population. Read more
Oral health in newborns, children and adolescents affects the general health of both the current child population and the future adult population. The availability of dentists specialising in the prevention and resolution of the most common oral problems in the paediatric population is therefore essential. The Universitat Internacional de Catalunya trains dentists and stomatologists with a clear objective: to allow them to specialise in the diagnosis, prevention and resolution of the most common oral problems in the paediatric population by way of theoretical and practical training.

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This programme lasts for one academic year (40 weeks), during which students will acquire both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Read more
This programme lasts for one academic year (40 weeks), during which students will acquire both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. The theoretical part of the course will mainly involve literature reviews and the presentation of clinical cases. The dental industry will play a key role in the course, allowing students to get to know implants from leading commercial suppliers. Perhaps the most important part of this residency is the chance to apply all the theoretical knowledge acquired in the Clínica Universitaria, with students performing comprehensive treatment planning and care in patients. Students are expected to study for at least 4 hours per week in addition to the time spent at the university.

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Many patients who go to the dental surgery to receive dental treatment are of an advanced age, with systemic illnesses which require accurate knowledge… Read more
Many patients who go to the dental surgery to receive dental treatment are of an advanced age, with systemic illnesses which require accurate knowledge of them and their implications and interactions in the field of dentistry, or with cardiovascular, immunological, endocrinal and metabolic pathologies, which the dentist must understand to provide treatment correctly, in a manner that is safe to both patient and dentist. Likewise, those with any type of disability present complex challenges that are difficult for dentists to resolve. In addition to this is the appearance of secondary oral lesions as a result of taking certain medications or interactions between them, or as oral manifestations of underlying systemic diseases. All of these are considered special patients.

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Recent advances in communication technologies mean that long-distance communication is now possible with an ease that was unthinkable only a few years ago. Read more
Recent advances in communication technologies mean that long-distance communication is now possible with an ease that was unthinkable only a few years ago. The use of such technologies therefore means that the majority of training activities in a postgraduate course can be performed remotely with no need for direct physical contact.

As a result, the main benefit of this course is that it provides access to high-level postgraduate training for those people who are unable to physically relocate to another university for two years, thereby allowing students to maintain family and/or work-related bonds while giving them the opportunity to invest the time and dedication required to achieve the training objectives proposed by this course.

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Recent advances in communication technologies mean that long-distance communication is now possible with an ease that was unthinkable only a few years ago. Read more
Recent advances in communication technologies mean that long-distance communication is now possible with an ease that was unthinkable only a few years ago. The use of such technologies therefore means that the majority of training activities in a postgraduate course can be performed remotely with no need for direct physical contact.

As a result, the main benefit of this course is that it provides access to high-level postgraduate training in endodontics for those people who are unable to physically relocate to another university for two years, thereby allowing students to maintain family and/or work-related bonds while giving them the opportunity to invest the time and dedication required to achieve the training objectives proposed by this course.

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The aim of the Master’s degree in Dentistry Research is to provide structured blended learning in order to achieve research competency both in the academic field and also in the industrial and clinical fields. Read more
The aim of the Master’s degree in Dentistry Research is to provide structured blended learning in order to achieve research competency both in the academic field and also in the industrial and clinical fields.

The Faculty of Dentistry in the UIC is making daily progress in the area of basic and applied research, searching for results with clinical responses in order to improve the efficiency of clinical material and techniques.

The research experience of the various departments through their lines of research, the close relationship with the industry in terms of carrying out studies and research projects, as well as research laboratories and their supportive infrastructure create the ideal context to achieve this advanced level of education.

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The Masters programme in Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry allows a wide range of activities involving clinical practice and theoretical training to be carried out. Read more
The Masters programme in Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry allows a wide range of activities involving clinical practice and theoretical training to be carried out. This covers the full range of restorative treatments, with a special emphasis on the oral rehabilitation of teeth and implants, including training in new rehabilitation techniques such as immediate loading of implants and CAD-CAM systems, among others. Part of this training is also dedicated to functional disorders of the masticatory system.

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The master's degree offers both aspects of professional specialization and research initiation. Therefore, the main goals are. -To train professionals working in the fields related to aging, so that they are able to face the problems with a holistic and integrative vision. Read more
The master's degree offers both aspects of professional specialization and research initiation. Therefore, the main goals are:
-To train professionals working in the fields related to aging, so that they are able to face the problems with a holistic and integrative vision.
-Acquire and develop skills for the transfer of new academic knowledge in the areas of health care and public health in aging.
-Acquire and develop skills to incorporate basic knowledge in aging.
-Develop skills for the care work and/or research multidisciplinary character in aging.

The master's degree is especially aimed at students in possession of a bachelor's degree in Health or a bachelor's degree/diploma in Physiotherapy, Nursing, Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology and ambits relating to the health sciences and who are particularly interested in the different disciplines and fields relating to the study of aging and the care of elderly people, or who are interested in carrying out research in this area.

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This master's degree aims to provide participants with the basic tools they need to generate scientific knowledge for improving health care. Read more
This master's degree aims to provide participants with the basic tools they need to generate scientific knowledge for improving health care. The content ranges from the genetic, nutritional and environmental factors of growth and development – taught at a highly specialized level using hypothesis formulation – to the design of studies and statistical analyses for health problems, the drawing up of research protocols for studies involving children (including ethical implications), and the publication of results.

The main objective is to train students to work as researchers, teachers and professionals with a multidisciplinary profile. They will have an overall knowledge of all areas of growth and development and will be able to act as project leaders and adapt effectively to a rapidly changing context.

Student Profile

The Inter-university Master's Degree in Genetic, Nutritional and Environmental Factors in Growth and Development is aimed to the training researchers, teachers and professionals with a multidisciplinary profile having a global knowledge of all areas related to growth and development being able to lead the development of projects and adapt to changes quickly.

Career Opportunities

Graduates in Inter-university Master's Degree in Genetic, Nutritional and Environmental Factors in Growth and Development are able to work in companies in the food sector that carry out genetic studies and companies dealing with environmental issues; departments of paediatrics, nutrition and food science, diet and nutrition, biochemistry, immunology, pharmacology, genetics, medical education, and education for health; health and safety programmes; neurological development; personality, evaluation and psychological treatment; evolutionary and educational psychology; experimental psychology; physiology of behaviour; experimental science teaching; social anthropology; teaching and research.

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This inter-university master’s degree with Universitat de Barcelona is the continuation of the URV-specific degree in Anthropology of Medicine (1994-2000), and the Master's Degree in Medical Anthropology and Global Health (2006-2014). Read more
This inter-university master’s degree with Universitat de Barcelona is the continuation of the URV-specific degree in Anthropology of Medicine (1994-2000), and the Master's Degree in Medical Anthropology and Global Health (2006-2014). It is considered the best master’s degree, taught in Spanish language, in Europe and Latin America because of the quality of its professors and the research done.

Its aim is to provide students with a solid foundation in the theories, techniques and methodologies of medical anthropology. On graduating they should be able to translate social problems into anthropological research questions and transform the research into practical policies, thus contributing to social innovation and new health care models.

Student Profiles

Aimed at students and professionals from the field of health (medical sciences, nursing, physiotherapy and social work), who work or are interested in international health organizations in the field of environment, social education or mediation and who want to receive training in the social sciences to give answer to a better and more efficient social intervention. It is also aimed at those who want to able to develop research in the socio-health field. Students with training in the field of social and cultural anthropology and other social science careers, such as sociology, who are interested in specialising in the field of health.

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