Master Molecular Medicine - Máster en Medicina Molecular
Women´s Health Medicine is a rapidly expanding and diverse field of practice. It encompasses the timely provision of sexual and reproductive care, pre-pregnancy and pregnancy care as well as the management of female specific conditions and malignancies. Increasing numbers of medical practitioners are developing special interests in this area – in particular General Practitioners, family planning practitioners and generalist gynaecologists. Significant career opportunities exist for those with demonstrable skills and knowledge in this field. In addition there are similar specialisations emerging in nursing and counselling, and amongst biological scientists. This program offers an entirely web-based study program enabling participants to effectively integrate their learning into their daily professional life without the costly disruption that face-to-face coursework entails. Individual courses within the Program have been developed so as to provide a practice-based and authentic approach to this field of study.
Completion of a recognized bachelor degree
Meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
A. Development of strong professional practice through knowledge and understanding of the ethical, social and professional aspects required to deliver a high standard of clinical care to all women;
B. Development of research literacy and skills within the field of women’s health medicine including inquiry-based learning skills and knowledge;
C. A developed capacity for critical evaluation and analysis of literature and clinical practice in the field of women’s health;
D. Development of effective communication skills in both professional and social contexts;
E. Enhanced collaborative and multidisciplinary teamwork skills within the workplace.
SWCH9011 Repro Epi Biostats (6 UOC)
SWCH9017 Applied Reprod Anat Physiol (6 UOC)
SWCH9002 Contraception (6 UOC)
SWCH9007 Menopause (6 UOC)
SWCH9012 Infections in Reproduction (6 UOC)
SWCH9013 Common Gynae&Urogynae Conditio (6 UOC)
SWCH9014 Antenatal Care (6 UOC)
SWCH9015 Children´s & Adolescent Gynae (6 UOC)
SWCH9016 Cancer in Women (6 UOC)
SWCH9031 Postnatal Care of Mother&Baby (6 UOC)
SWCH9032 Perinatal Psychology (6 UOC)
The following existing courses will also be available to students following prior approval from the Program co-ordinator:
SWCH9003 Clinical Reproductive Endocrin (6 UOC)
SWCH9004 Clinical Reproductive Med 1 (6 UOC)
SWCH9005 Clinical Reproductive Med 2 (6 UOC)
Further Program Elective Courses
* SWCH9013-Common Gynaecological and Urogynaecological Issues
* SWCH9014-Antenatal Care
* SWCH9015-Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology
* SWCH9016-Cancer in Women
A 6 UOC research project elective is offered to students provided they have achieved a credit or higher in SWCH9011 Reproductive and Perinatal Epidemiology and Biostatistics.
Each of the above courses will accrue 6UOC, with a total of 48 UOC required for successful completion of the program.