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GRADUATE PROGRAM IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH

Master’s (12 to 24 months) and Doctorate (24 to 48 months)

The graduate program in child and adolescent health trains teaching staff and researchers in a range of areas focused on research into child and adolescent health. The course leads to the award of a master’s or doctoral degree in sciences in the following major areas: child and adolescent health.

Lines of Research

  • 1. Childcare policies and practice
  • 2. Child and adolescent growth and endocrinology
  • 3. Neonatal health
  • 4. Gastroenterology (with and without gastric emptying)
  • 5. Immunology, allergy and pneumology
  • 6. Clinical, epidemiological and pharmacological studies in pediatrics

 

MASTER’S DEGREE IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT’S HEALTH (44M)

Required Courses

MP639  Introduction to Biomedical Statistical Analysis
MP645  Methodologies of Research Applied to Child’s and Adolescent’s Health
MP646  Medical Pedagogy and Special Didactics in Child’s and Adolescent’s Health
MP681  Growth and Development

 

Note: Optionally, students can take courses from the list below; however, these credits will not be counted for the minimum number of credits in courses.

MP500  Research Seminar I
MP501  Research Seminar II
MP601  Immunology and Physiology of the Immune System
MP605  Child Hematology and Oncology
MP607  Pediatric Endocrinology
MP608  Social and Community Pediatrics
MP610  Childhood Nutrition I
MP619  Child Health in School Age
MP625  Epidemiology and Nutrition
MP626  Pediatric Pulmonology
MP627  Hospital Infection Control
MP629  Immunology II - Physiopathology of the Immune System in Children
MP630  Low Weight Newborns (LWN)
MP635  Fundamentals of Clinical Physiopathology of Motor Disorders of the Digestive Apparatus in Childhood
MP637  Clinical Toxicology in Pediatrics I
MP638  Clinical Toxicology in Pediatrics II
MP641  Topics in Child's and Adolescent's Health
MP642  Topics in Child's and Adolescent's Health “A”
MP643  Topics in Child's and Adolescent's Health “B”
MP644  Topics in Child's and Adolescent's Health “C”

 

Ph.D.

Required Courses

MP647  Advanced Research Seminars
MP682 Advanced Research Seminars I
MP650  Scientific Writing

 

Note: Optionally, students can take courses from the list below; however, these credits will not be counted for the minimum number of credits in courses.

MP500  Research Seminar I
MP501  Research Seminar II
MP601  Immunology and Physiology of the Immune System
MP605  Child Hematology and Oncology
MP607  Pediatric Endocrinology
MP608  Social and Community Pediatrics
MP610  Childhood Nutrition I
MP619  Child Health in School Age
MP625  Epidemiology and Nutrition
MP626  Pediatric Pulmonology
MP627  Hospital Infection Control
MP629  Immunology II - Physiopathology of the Immune System in Children
MP630  Low Weight Newborns (LWN)
MP635  Fundamentals of Clinical Physiopathology of Motor Disorders of the Digestive Apparatus in Childhood
MP637  Clinical Toxicology in Pediatrics I
MP638  Clinical Toxicology in Pediatrics II
MP641  Topics in Child's and Adolescent's Health
MP642  Topics in Child's and Adolescent's Health “A”
MP643  Topics in Child's and Adolescent's Health “B”
MP644  Topics in Child's and Adolescent's Health “C”
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