• Graduation

    Master of Science (Continuing Education) - MSc (CE)

  • ECTS-Points

    90

  • Duration

    5 semesters, part time

  • Start

    Summer semester 2024, 8 April 2024

  • Costs

    EUR 12.800,--

  • Language

    German or English

The advanced training course Orthopedics and Traumatology, MSc (CE) covers broad aspects of the subjects of orthopedics and trauma surgery merged into one subject area. In combining this into a joint department, there are deficits in knowledge and skills that can be compensated for through this structured continuing education course. For this reason the course makes a substantial contribution to harmonization and skills development in both subjects. Furthermore, the newly developed technologies are in the area of biotechnology as well as in operational technical development and digitalization. These are major challenges that can no longer be achieved in routine hospital operations. The content of the course has been partly developed by the respective specialist societies and comprehensively covers the area of science and competence. In order to demonstrate the effectiveness of orthopedic/traumatological and conservative measures, participants are required to work with evidence based methods that are adapted to the current state of medical knowledge. The innovative character of the course results from the practice-oriented units at international locations. This ensures long-term professional care based on interdisciplinary collaboration, taking into account the latest results of applied research in the field of orthopedics and traumatology.

Especially in times when the disciplines of orthopedics and trauma surgery are being merged, a structured course in the new discipline of orthopedics and traumatology is an important contribution to improve the quality.

Stefan Nehrer

You are welcome to find detailed information about the program on the German website, as the language of instruction for this program is German, or you can contact us directly.

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