Physiotherapy, Community specialization
The Master degree in Physiotherapy was conceived and planned according to the core principles of the Bologna Process, in particular its conceptions of a learning process centered in the students needs, as well as the European Credit Transfer System, which enables the assessment of the students effort throughout the course. The curriculum aims to provide students with a deep knowledge of important domains of Physiotherapy, as well as other areas of knowledge that constitute its practice, such as functional sciences, morphological sciences, Biomechanics, Psychology, Physics, Biostatistics and Pharmacy. The first trimester of the course is common to the five existing fields of specialization; afterwards, students will be distributed by the same five fields. The second year will include an Internship and respective written Report, corresponding to a total of 30 credits.
Community Physiotherapy developed to answer the needs of Physiotherapists who wish to gain/develop specific competences suitable to follow a career in health promotion.
Orthopedic Manual Physiotherapy this cycle of studies was created to respond to the needs of Physiotherapists who wish to deepen specific skills adequate to interventions within patients with neuromuscular or skeletal dysfunctions, providing a conventional and comprehensive approach to manage pain and other neuromuscular and joint symptoms of the rachis and extremities.
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|Model And Practices In Health Promotion||1||Summer Semester|
|The Physiotherapy In Health Promotion In Different Communities||1||Summer Semester|
|Physiotherapy Models And Practice In Health Promotion||1||Summer Semester|
|Quantitative Methods||1||Winter Semester|
|Qualitative Methods||1||Winter Semester|
|Physiotherapy Planning And Evaluation Of Health Promotion Prog.||1||Winter Semester|
|Physiotherapy Principles And Strategies Of Health Promotion Prog.||1||Winter Semester|
|Internship With Final Report / Project / Dissertation||2||Winter Semester|
Who should apply:
Owners of a Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy concluded after one or two study cycles, or other legally equivalent diploma:
Owners of a foreign academic degree in health or allied areas, awarded after conclusion of a first cycle of studies organized according to the principles of the Bologna Process, by a state that adhered to this Process;
Owners of a foreign academic degree that might be regarded, by the Technical and Scientific Council of ESTSP, as fulfilling the objectives inherent to a programme conducing to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy
Owners of an academic, scientific or professional resume that might be regarded as a certification of capacity to attend this cycle of studies by the Technic and Scientific Council of ESTSP
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