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Academic year 2014-2015Value date : 1/10/2014

Philippe Gillet
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ANAT0227-1Anatomy of the musculoskeletal systemHolder
APPR0001-3Techniques of multidisciplinary training per problem of the nervous and immunological systems, of the locomotor apparatus and homeostasis - Integration of knowledgeHolder
CHIR0160-4SurgeryHolder
LOCO0130-6Multidisciplinary approach to the musculoskeletal systemHolder
MEDE0001-4Multidisciplinary practical work (anatomy, neuroanatomy, histology, intensive care) of the nervous and immunological systems and of the locomotor apparatus and homeostasis and training nursing coursesHolder
MEDE1164-1Incorporation of competencesHolder
- Surgery
- Medicine
- Paediatrics
- Gynecology and obstetrics
- Workshop of complex problem solving
- Ambulatory medicine
- Palliative and End of Life Medicine
- Critical Analysis of Alternative Practices
- Bioéthique et médecine sociétale, Partim III
- Pathological anatomy
- Administrative and organizational aspects of medicine (Part of the classes are given in the additional teaching certificate specific to general medicine)
ORTP2003-1Interuniversity theory coursesHolder
- Biology of bone tissue, 1st year
- Biomechanics of the locomotor apparatus, 1st year
- Biomaterials used in traumatic orthopaedics, 1st year
ORTP2003-2Interuniversity theory coursesHolder
- Fixation techniques in orthopaedics-traumatology,
- Bone reconstruction techniques (transplants, bone substitutes, massive prostheses), 2nd year
- Principles of articular reconstruction including endoprosthetics replacement, 2nd year
ORTP2003-3Interuniversity theory coursesHolder
- Endoprothetic replacement techniques, I
- Osteosynthesis techniques in diaphseal fractures, I
- Osteosynthesis techniques of articular fractures, I
- Reparing techniques of capsuloligamentaires injuries, I
- Arthroscopic techniques, I
- Specific techniques to the pediatric pathology, I
- Choose courses totalling 15 hours out of the curricula of Anesthesiology, Rheumatology, Medical Physics, plastic and reconstructive surgery, medical expertise and Sports Medicine, 3rd year
- Osteosynthesis techniques in traumatic and non-traumatic spine, I
ORTP2023-1University theory coursesHolder
- Endoprothetic replacement techniques, II
- Osteosynthesis techniques in traumatic and non-traumatic spine, II
- Osteosynthesis techniques in diaphseal fractures, II
- Osteosynthesis techniques of articular fractures, II
- Reparing techniques of capsuloligamentaires injuries, II
- Arthroscopic techniques, II
- Specific techniques to the pediatric pathology, II
- Choose courses totalling 15 hours out of the curricula of Anesthesiology, Rheumatology, Medical Physics, plastic and reconstructive surgery, medical expertise and Sports Medicine, 4th year
ORTP2023-2University theory coursesHolder
- Endoprothetic replacement techniques, III
- Osteosynthesis techniques in traumatic and non-traumatic spine, III
- Osteosynthesis techniques in diaphseal fractures, III
- Osteosynthesis techniques of articular fractures, III
- Reparing techniques of capsuloligamentaires injuries, III
- Arthroscopic techniques, III
- Specific techniques to the pediatric pathology, III
- Choose courses totalling 15 hours out of the curricula of Anesthesiology, Rheumatology, Medical Physics, plastic and reconstructive surgery, medical expertise and Sports Medicine, 5th year
PATH0005-1Neurology, locomotor, ophtalmology-ENT, general modulesHolder
- Neurological pathologies including genetics
- Orthopaedic pathologies, including physical medicine
- Ophtalmological pathologies and ENT
- Pathology and general treatments, elements of anesthesia and analgesia, geriatrics
- Integration of knowledge including learning in clinical reasoning
RACH0630-4Multidisciplinary approach to the vertebral column and sportsHolder
- Part I : Anatomy
- Part II : Biomechanics
- Part III : Maintenance and evaluation
- Part IV : Traumatology
- Part V : Spinal deviations
RACH0631-1Multidisciplinary approach pathology - spine physiotherapy - TheoryHolder
- Part 1 : Anatomy
- Part 2 : Biomecanics
- Part 3 : Special pathology
- Part 4 : Techniques of spinal rehabilitation
- Part 5 : Sport and spine
- Part 6 : Spine surgery
- Part 7 : Prevention at work
- Part 8 : Palpatory anatomy, including head and neck
- Part 9 : Introduction to manual therapy
- Part 10 : Problem based learning
This list includes only courses of the 1st and 2nd cycles.


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