Master in Medicine
- 18 months -350 hours of learning content - flexible you can begin any time
- CPD hours :350 h
- Case-study based assessment
- Course certified by OXFORD INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY FOR ADVANCED COURSES
suitable for practicing health professionals from a wide variety of fields, including physicians, dentists, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, psychologists, pharmacists, and more
Master in Pain Medicine
- 18 months, 350 hours of learning content (Online)
Pharmacotherapeutics for Pain
This course will provide an introduction into the complex area of treatment with opioids, as well as the many other pharmacological options.
Pain Classification and Diagnosis – Part 1
This course provides an introduction of pain classification and diagnosis to familiarize the student with a standardized approach to painful conditions.
PAIN Psychological Aspects of the Pain Experience: Individual and Family
This course explores the psychological and social perspectives that influence chronic pain, reinforcing the need to look beyond the initial physical diagnosis.
Pain and Society: Epidemiology and Cultural issues
This course explores the societal issues related to pain, including the role of culture, ethnicity, caregiving, social and psychological factors related to pain and pain management.
Pain Assessment: History and Physical Examination
This course is designed to assist in evaluation of patients suffering from pain, distinguishing between types of pain that may be acute or chronic.
Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Pathology
This course is an anatomical survey of the human musculoskeletal system, focused on common pathologies that generate pain.
This course focus on anatomy of peripheral and central nociceptors, molecular mechanisms that underlie primary responses, neural networks, and neural mechanisms involved in hyperalgesia and allodynia.
This course explores opioid therapeutics including proper use, dosing, side effects and its management, use in special populations, and legal/ethical considerations for prescribers and dispensers.
Classification and Diagnosis – Part 2
During this course, the student will gain knowledge and ability to recognize as well as ability to recognize fine differences in various common pain conditions.
Advanced Pain Physiology and Neuroscience
This course discusses advanced neurophysiology of pain including immunology and epigenetics, neuropathic pain, inflammation, with a series of lectures and sessions to analyze clinical cases.
The purpose of this course is to understand how to conduct a systematic review, research question, searching the literature, summarizing the evidence and interpreting the findings.
History of Pain: Theory and Treatment
In this course we will trace through history our collective understanding of pain by examining the people, theories, and technologies which have brought us to our modern understanding.
This course will focus on pain caused by nervous system dysfunction with focus on assessment, physiology, diagnoses and treatment.
Psychological Aspects of Chronic Pain
Information and demonstration on specific psychological treatments to decrease pain levels and manage pain flares.
The purpose of this course is to educate on treatment options in pain management by providing framework for integrative models of care.
Palliative Care in end of life
This course presents key concepts in palliative medicine and hospice care, ranging from management of common symptoms, to best practices in communication with patients and their families.
Physical & Occupational Therapies
This course discusses different Physical and Occupational Therapy techniques for assessing and treating chronic pain.
Patients who suffer from chronic pain often fail to respond to basic treatments. Therefore it is crucial for clinicians to be familiar with different treatment options
Orofacial Pain and Headache
The purpose of this course is to educate the student about the prevalence, differential diagnosis, prevention and management for neurogenic orofacial pain and headache disorders.
• Case-studies and MCQ based online module-wise assessments.
• A minimum of 50% is required in the module tests.
• One final assessment covering the entire course, will be conducted.
One Time Payment ( Payment in full) 1200.00 EUR