The first level Master in Orthopaedics and Traumatology allows learners to acquire in-depth knowledge of the traumas deriving from sport activities, the related diagnoses and treatments.
At the end of the course, the new professional figure will be able to evaluate the appropriate conservative and / or surgical therapy interventions, as well as knowing how to intervene with first aid techniques.
The purpose of the Master is to train highly qualified professionals to treat trauma resulting from sport activities.
The Master aims to provide the learners with an in-depth knowledge of sport diseases, functional overload and trauma in order to be able to identify the most appropriate therapeutic path after an accurate diagnosis and manage the “re-athleticization” of the injured person and restore athletic gesture.
The lessons of the Master in Orthopaedics and Traumatology will be delivered in e-learning mode; students will have teaching materials, bibliography and multiple choice self-assessment questionnaires at their disposal.
At the end of each teaching course, students will have to take online tests before proceeding to the next course.
University credits (CFU) are achieved by passing the final exam, as an assessment of the skills acquired during the lessons which consists in writing and presenting a short paper.
The Master curriculum includes a mandatory internship in affiliated health facilities.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Purposes: to analyze the complexity of the functioning of the human body when engaged in any type of movement.
SPORT DIAGNOSIS AND TRAUMATOLOGY
Purposes: to understand the modalities of trauma and possible variations of sport activities; to detect and manage acute post-traumatic pain.
Purposes: to identify ethical and legal measures that contribute to increase safety during physical exercise and prevent various types of injuries.
SPORT TRAUMA TREATMENTS
Purposes: to apply therapies that can reduce pain, realign bones and restore the body to its full athletic ability.
In order to register for the Online Master in Orthopaedics and Traumatology, candidates must have
• Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Sciences
• Bachelor’s Degree in Health Professions
• Master’s Degree in Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis
• Master’s Degree in Medicine and Surgery
The University reserves the right to admit candidates with different qualifications but related to the Master curriculum.
The application form must be submitted, signed and written on plain paper, as well as written in a clear and legible way, using the form available in the attachments section, in one of the following ways:
• by hand delivery to the University (opening hours from Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 13.00);
• by registered letter with return receipt to the address: Scuola post-laurea – UniCamillus University – Via di Sant’Alessandro 8 – 00131 Roma;
• by certified mail to the address: email@example.com
The application form must specify the code of the Master in Orthopaedics and Traumatology and the following documents must be attached:
• certification of the University degree or certified copy of the degree or, on a provisional basis, self-certification;
• photocopy of a valid identification document;
• photocopy of the health card;
• copy of the payment of the entire fee / first installment plus 50.00 Euros with which the University will fulfill on behalf of the student the regulatory obligation of the revenue stamp and all the other obligations required by current legislation, by bank transfer, on Iban:
IT17 T056 9603 2000 0001 3317 X38
(indicate on the reason for the transfer your name and surname and the course code)
Candidates with a qualification obtained abroad must submit, under penalty of exclusion, within 3 months from the application submission, the original of the official legalized translation into Italian of the qualifications and the Declaration of Value issued by the Italian Embassy or Italian General Consulate competent for the territory in the country in which the qualification was issued.
The participation fee is equal to 2,200 Euros *, in addition to 50.00 Euros for secretarial rights.
Note: UniCamillus, in consideration of the health emergency due to Covid-19, has decided to extend a reduction of the cost to all students enrolled in the Master.
The cost in the Covid emergency period is 1,500.00 Euros*, in addition to 50.00 Euros for secretarial rights, to be paid in a single solution or in 3 installments distributed as follows:
First installment: 500.00 + 50.00 Euros for secretarial rights within the application deadline
Second installment: 500.00 Euros within 1 month from the Master start date
Third installment: 500.00 Euros within 2 months from the Master start date
* In the event that the candidate does not make the payment within the times indicated by UniCamillus, he/she will no longer be able to access his/her personal student area and the video lessons, self-assessment tests and exams.
**The payment of the registration fees is not subject to the application of VAT pursuant to Art. 4 DPR 633/72, as it is part of the University’s institutional training offer.
Upon payment, a note attesting the payment will be issued.