Clinical Analysis may be considered as an area of specialization in Public Health that aims to participate in the diagnosis, evolution and prevention of diseases as well as in the definition and aid in therapy. With a clear objective on a better understanding of diagnosis, prevention and/or treatment of the disease, can be included in this scope the development of fundamental or applied research on man biological and physiological processes (but also of animal processes).
Postgraduate training in Clinical Analysis requires solid and multidisciplinary knowledge that allows the execution, implementation and development of methodologies, the evaluation and validation of laboratory information, and the implementation of laboratory quality control and management systems, given the importance of laboratory error under these circumstances.
The curricular plan of this Master in Clinical Analysis (MAC), reflects the multidisciplinarity and specificity of this area of knowledge, and establishes as global objectives, among others:
- Updated and consistent training in the different scientific areas that make up Clinical Analyses;
- The guarantee of a considerable and effective laboratory component;
- The promotion of academic and scientific training necessary for the pursuit of higher education studies in the different scientific areas covered by Clinical Analyses.
MAC is organized in 4 semesters, with a total of 120 ECTS, 72 of which are attributed to the Course, composed of 13 compulsory curricular units, which takes place in the first 2 semesters and part of the third. The remaining 48 ECTS are attributed to the completion of the Professional Internship or Scientific Dissertation.
The teaching / learning process in the different Curricular Units constituting the Course takes place through the integration of master teaching, tutorial teaching and theoretical-practical / practical-laboratory teaching.
The completion of the Professional Internship (and respective preparation of final report) or the Scientific Dissertation will allow to evaluate the knowledge and skills acquired.
The Professional Internship / Scientific Dissertation takes place in a real work context.
Masters in Clinical Analysis acquire skills to perform functions in: Clinical Analysis Laboratories; in a hospital context; technological research and development companies; higher education institutions in teaching and / or research. In the area of laboratory diagnosis, also provides Masters with skills to perform functions in laboratories: quality control; veterinarians; toxicological analyses; therapeutic diagnosis and drug monitoring; hydrological and bromatological analyses; microbiological control, among others.
COURSE CODE (DGES)
The classes of this study cycle takes place from Monday to Friday between 3 pm and 7 pm.ACCREDITATION A3ES
Accredited study cycle for 6 years on January 9th
of 2018.Decision and Guide
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