Students

Minor Biomedical Topics in Health Care

2018-2019

The central question within the minor “Biomedical Topics in Health Care” is: How does biomedical knowledge support health care related solutions? The courses follow the development of medical interventions from basic science to the integration into routine clinical practice (“from Cell to Society”). Some courses focus more on the biomedical mechanisms of disorders and how human development is regulated and can be disturbed. Other courses focus more on health care aspects (prevention, diagnostics, care and treatment) and societal impacts. Students will learn more about the challenges and steps in translation of biomedical knowledge to public health and clinical practice. 

Info

Language English
Credits 30 EC
Start date 01-09-2018
Faculty Faculty of Science
Minor Biomedical Topics in Health Care
Description
The central question within the minor Biomedical Topics in Health Care
is: How does biomedical knowledge support health care related solutions?
The courses follow the development of medical interventions from basic
science to the integration into routine clinical practice, “from cell to
society”. Some courses focus more on the biomedical mechanisms of
disorders and how human development is regulated and can be disturbed.
Other courses focus more on health care aspects (prevention,
diagnostics, care and treatment) and societal impacts. Students will
learn more about the challenges and steps in translation of biomedical
knowledge to public health and clinical practice. The minor BTHC is
coordinated by Dr. Lidewij Henneman
Course Name Period Credits Code
Heart Failure and Therapy P1 6EC AB_1211
Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders P1 6EC AB_1023
Genetics and Public Health P2 6EC AB_1025
Oncology and Public Health P2 6EC AB_1027
Toxicology and Neurodevelopment P3 6EC AB_1026