The CAS in Sex- and Gender-Specific Medicine consists of eight 2-day modules, and a final written thesis that will be presented at the final colloquium. While three of the modules are compulsory, the remaining five can be selected from the elective modules, based on the participant’s preference. The standard study duration is one year and overall 12 ECTS credits are awarded. On individual request the study duration can be extended to a maximum of 2 years. Single modules can be booked separately for professional development.
|Compulsory modules for the CAS|
|10 – 11 March 2021||Introduction to Gendermedicine||Online||engl|
|12 – 13 April 2021||Cardiovasulcar medicine||Online||engl|
|5 – 6 May 2021||Endocrinology and metabolism||Online||engl|
|14 – 15 February 2022||Final colloquium||Center for Continuing Education, University of Zurich||engl|
|2 – 3 June 2021||Study design and research||Online||engl|
|28 – 29 June 2021||Oncology||Online||engl|
|3 – 4 September 2021||Neurology and psychiatry||Center for Continuing Education, University of Zurich||engl|
|28 – 29 October 2021||Pharmacology, anaesthesia and intensive care||Center for Continuing Education, University of Zurich||engl|
|1 – 2 November 2021||Musculoskeletal Medicine, Autoimmunity & Gender Forensics||Center for Continuing Education, University of Zurich||engl|
|6 -7 December 2021||Primary Care/Health Services||University of Bern, Mittelstrasse 43||engl|
|26 – 27 January 2022||Infectious Diseases||University of Bern, Mittelstrasse 43||engl|
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