Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology
The Doctoral Study Program Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology is a four-year program based on the study and the acquisition of the ability to understand the relationship between man and the environment and their mutual interactions, the importance of adapting and strengthening them to promote positive development of the health of individuals and populations. Emphasis is placed on mastering the broad context leading to the ability to deduce the importance and weight of the environment and lifestyle in protecting and supporting health and priorities in the field of primary prevention. During the PhD studies, the student learns to acquire scientific information, to work with them when deciding on specific prevention options for selected non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular, oncological, metabolic, immune, respiratory and other diseases. Students will acquire the ability to critically analyze used methodologies, the ability to interpret their results and their presentation. In the field according to the specific focus of his dissertation, the student should be able to further develop his / her field of study at the end of his / her studies.
Students of Doctoral Studies do not have compulsory compulsory internships. If the topic of doctoral work is close to a particular type of practice, students are ad hoc at the appropriate field workplaces.
Scientific Researcher at Institutions e.g. the National Health Institute
Teacher - academic worker at the university or college
Worker in management focused on health protection and support (eg Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, Food Chamber, etc.)
Applied research supervisor in the private sector (eg food industry)
Head of medical equipment management with a focus on epidemiology of infectious diseases
|Provided by||Faculty of Medicine|
|Type of studies|
|Standard length of studies||4 years|
|Language of instruction||Czech|
|Doctoral board and doctoral committees|