Magistracy

Speciality Code:

7M10103

Speciality Name:

Public health (1 year)

Faculty:

Faculty of Medicine and Health

Qualification:
  • Profile direction - Master of ¬¬¬ Health Care
  • Model of graduating student
  • Mandatory disciplines
  • Elective disciplines
  • Professional
Upon completion of this educational program, it is expected that undergraduates will be able to:
1. Q1 Assess the current state of public health and health care, its problems and development prospects;
2. B2 To evaluate quantitatively and qualitatively the state of health of the population, its determinants, as well as to formulate a plan for effective actions to promote health.
3. Q3 Critically assess data regarding the effectiveness of health interventions, programs, and services.
4. B4 Promote public health by influencing the socioeconomic, physical and cultural environment through health promotion methods, including health education.
5. С1Collect, generate, synthesize, evaluate, analyze, interpret data that measure health status, risks, needs of certain groups of the population.
6. C2 Systematize the main problems and discussions about the methods and strategies of conducting scientific research and the laws governing the development of science.
7. C3 Demonstrate originality and creativity in the implementation of public health activities;
8. C4 Integrate knowledge and cope with complex issues and formulate judgments based on incomplete or limited information.
9. С5 To carry out information-analytical and information-bibliographic work with the involvement of world medical information databases with a high level of evidence.
10. C6 Apply the knowledge gained in pedagogy and psychology of higher education in teaching public health disciplines.
11. C7 Communicate their findings and the knowledge and rationale (limited scope) used to formulate them to specialists and non-specialists.
12. D1 Make your own original contribution to the development of public health.
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