The Master in HIV is the first ever Masters Programme that focuses on both clinical and organisational management of HIV, and with a possibility of laboratory training.
The Master is open to both people with a clinical (e.g. nurses, doctors) or an operational background (e.g. health programme managers, health care advisors) in the field of HIV.
The Masters' focus is on HIV, however, because of the complex interplay between HIV, other diseases and their management teaching is generic and cross-disciplinary. This makes the Masters education applicable to people in a multitude of working positions.
The Masters is run by the Copenhagen HIV Programme at the Institute of Health, Immunology and Microbiology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen (http://www.ku.dk/), which lies in the heart of the City.
The Master in HIV is run in collaboration with other Masters Programmes at the University, other Danish universities, Statens Serum Institute (http://www.ssi.dk/), teaching hospitals and WHO's Regional Office for Europe (http://www.euro.who.int/).
The Masters is a one-year full-time education equivalent to 60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System points), which can be taken module wise within three years.
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