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The 2013/2014 academic year saw Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore launch its six - year single - cycle Master’s Degree programme in Medicine and Surgery, with an innovative curriculum and taught entirely in English.
The programme provides for full integration of teaching objectives and methods used in European and US curricula. It provides the scientific basis and the theoretical and practical training essential for the exercise of the medical profession internationally. Students receive top quality education which will allow them to develop all the technical competencies required to operate independently and responsibly in the medical sector. The overall objectives are pursued using a teaching approach designed to examine health issues in depth in a holistic manner, taking account of the influence of the surrounding chemical - physical, biological and social environment.
The aim of the single - cycle Master’s Degree programme in Medicine and Surgery is to educate, help and support future medical practitioners with professional knowledge enriched by a multidisciplinary and integrated view of the most common issues related to health and illnesses.
The scope of this programme is oriented towards the community and the regional area, with specific focus on prevention and wellbeing.
Skills and attributes that graduates will exhibit include the following:
- communication skills;
- continuing education and good self-assessment skills;
- strong analytical and problem solving skills for medical practice;
- in-depth and focused clinical experience based upon scientific evidence;
- continuing professional development and refreshment of medical knowledge;
- wide-ranging and interdisciplinary education.
One outstanding feature of the programme is the complete integration of basic and clinical sciences.
This is achieved through constant use of a multi-disciplinary approach and early involvement in patient management. In addition, not only is there an emphasis on medical anthropology and bioethics, there is also focus
on fine-tuning communication skills to deal with patients and their families which is an essential part of the six years of teaching.
The programme provides a strong foundation as well as all-round theoretical and practical competence. Students also acquire skills for independent decision-making and are trained to deal effectively with health issues from the viewpoint of prevention, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment.