Master module in Peace, Health and Medical Work

University of Tromsø / Department of clinical medicine
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17.11.2014 - 21.11.2014  University of Tromsø, Hansine Hansens veg 18, 9019 Tromsø, Norway
Application Deadline:April 15th 2014
 
Course Content
The course focuses on positive and negative approaches to peace, provides theoretical and analytical tools for comprehending the basic mechanisms of medical peace work, and introduces necessary skills, knowledge and values. The module's main objective is to create awareness about the potential role of health professionals in violence prevention and sustainable peace building

All lectures will be given during week 47.
Learning objectives, training objectives
See website
Qualifications
A bachelor degree in the health sciences, social sciences, humanities, law or related fields is required. Students in master programs not requiring a bachelor degree (i.e. medicine, psychology) should have completed the equivalent of a bachelor progr
 

Enquiries and Registration:

For application, follow this link: http://en.uit.no/utdanning/art?p_document_id=342486&dim=179005
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Categories
Development Cooperation - First Mission Abroad, Health Promotion, Public Health
Type of degree
Master
Education form
Full Time
Duration
5 Days
Languages
English
Credit Points
10 ECTS - Points
Fees
Participation is free
(There is no course fee, but you will have to pay a semester fee of 400 NOK to be registered as a student at UiT.)
Number of participants (max.)
30
Organizer contact info
Pb. 6050 Langnes
9037 Tromsø
Norway
 
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