High education

Ongoing or in-progress programs

First Level Master: Lifestyle Medicine

3rd edition A.A. 2018/2019

The general objective of the Master’s course is to train health professionals involved in health and wellness promotion (individual and group/population) on the basic psychophysical conditions for health. It also aims to teach scientifically effective interventions to remove, reduce or contain possible risk factors, to prevent chronic disease and to help people in starting or improving behaviors that promote health, according to the teachings of Hygiene and Preventive and Predictive Medicine.

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First Level Master: Family and community nursing

4th edition A.A. 2019/2020

The Master describes the socio-sanitary context; models of integrated organization of socio-sanitary services; conceptual models of family and community nursing; care models in family and community nursing; PDTAs for major chronic diseases; types of research used in nursing and methodology for finding effective interventions; educational process for chronic patients, family, and community.

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First Level Master for Chronicity Management

The Department of Translational Medicine (DIMET), as part of the scientific and training activities of the Excellence Project on Aging issues (MIUR 2018 funding), is planning a University Master’s Degree in Chronicity Management. The Master aims to train in an interdisciplinary and multi-professional way health professionals (doctors, nurses, and other professionals in the social-health sector) who will work in the various initiatives for the prevention, management, and treatment of fragility/chronicity at the regional or local level. In specific, it provides advanced specialist training to collaborate, with the guidelines of the Local Health Authorities, in the implementation of the Regional Chronicity Plan.

First level Master in Nursing Care in Medical Area: nursing complexity, care, and assistance in chronic instability

The Master aims to develop advanced skills in the management of complex care situations in the medical and chronic care area, in the use of technologically innovative tools and the implementation of processes for the development of quality care through the acquisition of advanced skills in the following areas: care, relational-educational, organizational.

An essential feature of teaching is the interdisciplinarity with which we address some fundamental issues such as the definition of the methodologies of Evidence-based Practice, tutorship as an indispensable tool for learning from practice and the model of taking care.

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Advanced course “Primary Nursing Trainers.”

The Advanced Course aims to develop knowledge, skills, and methods useful to become primary nursing trainers and to collaborate, consequently, with nursing managers and coordinators in the implementation of the primary nursing organizational model in health care facilities.
The course is the result of the collaboration between the Department of Translational Medicine of the University of Eastern Piedmont, the ASL of Biella and the Association Cespi Centro Studi Professioni Sanitarie – of Turin and it is conceived as a project to support the Healthcare Professions’ Management that has joined the initiative. In parallel to the implementation of Primary Nursing, a research study is being developed for the evaluation of the impact on clinical, organizational, and staff outcomes.

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Editions concluded

Professional refresher course:

Phytotherapy and Nutrition: a complex synergy
May-November 2019

Musculoskeletal pain management and rehabilitation
November 2019