Psychosomatic Medicine - Psy 2

Certified Program

Psychosomatic medicine takes people’s subjective and objective aspects of health and illness through their entire lifespan into account. The subjectively experienced lifeworld of the people affected, their physical-bodily complaints and their social inclusion are recognized as influenceable processes in complex, dynamic systems. Differential diagnoses and therapy plans are made based on a psychosomatic approach.

Psychosomatic medicine involves health promotion, prevention, curative and rehabilitative treatment and is both specialized and interdisciplinary. The clinical field of psychosomatic medicine is therefore called a special discipline that understands origin and sustained symptoms in a bio-psycho-social, cultural and ecological context of interconnections and interactions.

Prior to the start of every course, DFP (Diplom-Fortbildungsprogramm – diploma training program) points for special diplomas are applied for from the „akademie der ärzte“. The continuing education university course "Psychosomatic Medicine - Psy2" counts towards the DFP diploma.

On completing all continuing education steps, the ÖÄK diploma "Psychosomatic Medicine" (Psy 2) can be applied for from the "akademie der ärzte".

This course is taught in German, therefore an excellent level of the German is required.

Please visit our German homepage for more detailed information.

Course Options
Certified Program
Admission requirements
Study or work experience according to regulations
Learning format
Presence Teaching
Duration
3 Semester, part time
ETCS-Points
30
Course fee
EUR 3.150,--
Language
German
Study location
Danube University Krems
Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 30
3500 Krems
Austria
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