All modules will now be in held in English and are organised as hybrid events (simultaneous online and, if pandemic circumstances permit, onsite)
Following on from feedback received from our key target audience, the programme leadership have decided to implement the following changes:
- All composite modules of the CAS will be held in English. This makes participation possible for interested persons from all parts of the country as well as from other countries. Depending on the participants and particularly in group work, this can be handled flexibly. In consultation with the supervisors, final written assignments in other languages are also possible.
- All modules of the CAS will be organised as hybrid events, i.e. simultaneous onsite and online events. In practice, this will mean that, if the Covid-19 situation permits, the modules will take place onsite. In addition, online participation is available for all modules.
Please also note that no previous knowledge in sex- and gender-specific medicine is expected in order to attend the CAS.
We are looking forward to exciting discussions, enriched by the different backgrounds and experiences of the participants.