Where: Pfarrkirchen, Germany
Costs: no tuition fees
The Master’s programme Medical Informatics provides bachelor or diploma graduates a theoretical basis to reinforce the knowledge they have gained thus far in order to meet the requirements of modern-day research and development tasks. The programme is offered through the faculty of Applied Health Sciences.
The Master of Medical Informatics builds on knowledge gained in bachelor or diploma programmes. Graduates will be qualified to perform evidence-based work in research and development departments in the areas of telematics, telemedicine, and eHealth, as well as in the area of service provision within the health industry at the national and international level. In addition, particularly qualified students should gain the theoretical basis needed for a promotion or for work in academic fields.
Anna E. Schmaus-Klughammer (LLB hons) President
HIFA profile: Anna E. Schmaus-Klughammer is president of the association “One World Medical Network”.
The goal of the association is to improve medical care in LMICs (Low and Middle Income Countries).
Our activities start from building primary and specialized health care facilities and continue to organize national cancer screening with connections to national and international expert doctors using telemedicine networks. Training of medical personnel is also an important part of the work of the association.
One World Medical Network e.V.
Fon +49 991 – 99133913
Fax +49 991 – 991339 50