Faculty of Health







Univalle


gratuated leader


of young


surgeons


in Latin America













Trasgenic food,


are they as


bad as they


said?












Piglet


transplanted


in Univalle


survives happily

















A Colombian


in the revolution


against cancer









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Modality
On-site
Daytime
Daily
Duration
4 semesters
Credits
52
Available places (Annual)
Minimum 12, Maximum 16
Qualified registration
Res. 5466 of April 14th 2014

 

Objectives

  • To use concepts of Modern Administration to plan, coordinate, direct, execute and evaluate actions related to research in Occupational Health.
  • To emphasize on scientific teaching method applied to the field of Occupational Health, in order to develop researches related to work conditions of worker population and its interrelations with operative and general environment.
  • To train students in the application of the epidemiological surveillance method in studies and research related to Occupational Health.
  • To train students in prevention of the occupational diseases and accidents, through early detection of occupational pathologies and work-related affections.
  • To teach how to interpret the current legal rules on Social Security and Occupational Health in the country.
  • To train students in the bio-physco-social situation of workers in relation to the organization of work, and interaction between man and work.
  • To teach fundamental elements of toxicology.