- have a suitable baseline training in medicine, mathematics, physics, statistics, IT, chemistry, biology, geared towards applying these disciplines on the job;
- learn research methods to be used in their field, and be able to take part in medical research and trials, in particular for issues and aspects of the acoustic and vestibular sensory apparatus;
- master basic information-gathering techniques to seek out and complete continuing professional education;
- be able to analyse epidemiological concerns within a community, and assess the responses provided by healthcare or social-welfare services;
- have an understanding of biological phenomena and the operational mechanisms of sensory organs and apparati;
- learn the basic physiology of the auditory apparatus and the inner ear;
- gain a basic scientific knowledge of changes to auditory and vestibular functions, and rehabilitation methods;
- use diagnostic techniques to perform otoscopic assessments;
- acquire skills in liminal and supraliminal audiometry;
- acquire skills in paediatric behavioural audiometry;
- acquire skills in biological-impedance testing;
- acquire skills in oto-neurological investigations for diagnosing pathologies in a person's equilibrium;
- learn the basics of recording bioelectrical phenomena;
- become familiar with, and able to perform, electro-physiological testing of the auditory and vestibular system;
- learn the basics of acoustic and phonometric measurements;
- learn how to plan and conduct screening tests for children and adults;
- learn exam techniques for the detention and diagnosis of hypoacusis caused by acoustic trauma in the workplace;
- acquire the investigatory methods to determine the electro-acoustical nature of acoustic prosthetics and hearing aids;
- be familiar with rehabilitation methods used for deafness;
- be familiar with and understand the technological supports used to recover from deafness;
- be familiar with rehabilitation methods used with patients who have suffered an injury to the vestibular apparatus;
- know how to design prevention and diagnostic actions for those with auditory disabilities in a manner that accords with their social, cultural, and physical status;
- learn the basics of research methods and programme development;
- gain teaching skills for the training of interns / students on a work experience, and to teach paramedical staff.
L'accesso al Corso è programmato a livello nazionale ai sensi della Legge n. 264 del 2.8.1999.
Il numero degli studenti ammissibili è definito annualmente con Decreto del Ministero della Università e della Ricerca (MUR), tenendo conto della rilevazione effettuata dallo stesso Ateneo in ordine alle risorse ed alle strutture didattiche e cliniche disponibili, nonché tenendo conto delle esigenze manifestate dalla regione Lombardia e dal Ministero della Salute in ordine al fabbisogno di personale sanitario del profilo professionale di riferimento della Classe.
La prova sarà a livello nazionale e si svolgerà presumibilmente nel mese di settembre. La data sarà stabilita con apposito Decreto da parte del MUR.
Obblighi Formativi Aggiuntivi (OFA)
Agli studenti che al test di ammissione non hanno fornito almeno il 50% delle risposte corrette nelle domande rivolte alla conoscenza della Biologia e della Chimica, saranno assegnati obblighi formativi aggiuntivi (OFA). Tali obblighi potranno essere colmati mediante attività di recupero appositamente previste. Il mancato superamento dell?OFA non permetterà di sostenere l'esame di: Biologia e genetica.
Per le diverse iniziative sara` data tempestiva notizia sul sito: https://tecnicheaudiometriche.cdl.unimi.it/it
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- The amount of the first instalment is the same for all students
- The amount of the second instalment varies according to the ISEE University value, the degree programme and the student status (on track / off track for one year or off track for more than a year)
- An additional fee is due for online programmes
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- Concessions for students meeting high merit requirements
- Diversified tuition fees according to the student's home country for international students with assets/income abroad
- Concessions for international students with refugee status
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