Holistic Therapy and Salutogenesis

Master degree program for advanced professional training, part-time

Overview

Holistic therapy and salutogenesis (health maintenance) focus on the person as an individual in order to strengthen their health. In the master’s course you will expand your holistic consulting expertise in the legally recognized health profession in which you work. Essential is an integrative perspective of the human body as a complex network of interconnected subsystems and an interdisciplinary dialogue with clients or patients. On this basis, the course will provide you with a sound overview of holistic methods and you can choose between a practical focus in Ayurveda or holistic manual methods.

Duration of course
4 Semester
Final degree
Master of Science (MSc)
20Study places
120ECTS
Organisational form
part-time

Application period for winter semester 2020/21:
from 1st October 2019

tuition fee

once payment:

€ 13.600,-

+ ÖH premium per semester

What you can offer

You have experienced an increased demand for holistic therapy and health maintenance (salutogenesis) among the population, you are open to such approaches and you come from a legally recognized health profession. It is important to you to systematically further your education according the current state of science. At the same time you are interested in driving science and research forward and thus complying with international standards.

What we offer you

As Austria's largest training center for non-medical health professionals, especially the higher-level paramedical services, midwives and nurses, FH Campus Wien has extensive expertise and a large network in the health care sector. An important partner in the areas of education, research and development is the Vienna Hospital Association (KAV). The FH Campus Wien network also includes ministries, universities, professional associations, other interest groups and the Vienna International Academy for Holistic Medicine, which was also involved in the development of the curriculum. Through these partnerships and our own Department Health, FH Campus Wien attracts outstanding teachers and conduct research on current topics which you as a student will explore during your studies as well as in your master's thesis. At FH Campus Wien you have the opportunity to enter an interdisciplinary professional community and in the master's course to learn from and with each other even across the disciplines. Practical relevance and a focus on interdisciplinary topics is also guaranteed at our Campus Lectures, public lecture evenings with prominent experts, that FH Campus Wien regularly invites you to join.

What makes this degree program special

  • Expand counseling skills in your legally recognized health profession
  • Integrate holistic methods
  • Select a practical focus of either Ayurveda or holistic manual methods

Holistic therapy and salutogenesis do not focus primarily on the disease, but the individual people including interacting factors such as physiological processes, environmental influences and nutrition. Essential is an integrative perspective of the human body as a complex network of interconnected subsystems and an interdisciplinary dialogue with clients or patients. The objective is to integrate holistic methods in the counseling and therapy of legally recognized health professionals and to strengthen science and research in this area by international standards. The scientific basis is provided mainly by medicine and natural sciences as well as systems theory and analysis, cultural studies and social psychology. The master’s course will provide you with sound insight into holistic therapy forms and methods as well as the possibility to select an individual practical focus.


What you will learn in the degree program

You will expand your consulting and communication skills on a socio-psychological basis and learn to apply an integrated approach. The master’s course will introduce you to a wide range of holistic methods of therapy, from osteopathy homeopathy, kinesiology, phytotherapy to stimulus-response therapy.

In order to better understand the human body as a complex system, you will explore the fundamentals of medicine and natural sciences as well as systems theory and analysis. You take advantage of findings from cultural studies and learn traditional holistic health systems of different cultures, from Kneipp and Tibetan medicine all the way to TCM. You can select a practical focus of either Ayurveda or holistic manual methods Finally, as part of your master’s thesis or offers such as a Journal Club, you will strengthen your skills for scientific work and research.

Curriculum

Lecture SWS ECTS
Anthroposophy ILV

Anthroposophy ILV

Lector: Dr. med. Martin David, Dr. med. Robert Fitger, Dr. med. Roland Frank, Dr. Barbara Guttmann, Prof. Dr. Gottfried Kranz, Dr. med. Thomas Meisermann, Dr. Jöran Moshuber, Dr. med. Reinhard Schwarz, Dr. med. Leif-Börge Struck

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

Introduction, basics and relationship to scientific medicine
Bases of insight
Introduction to what it means to be a human - the four dimensions of humans
Functional threefold order: nerve-sensory processes, rhythmic processes, metabolic processes
Remedies of anthroposophic medicine
Practice of anthroposophic medicine in the medical faculties

Assessment methods

modul examination

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Aromatherapy ILV

Aromatherapy ILV

Lector: Dr. med. Wolfgang Steflitsch

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Fragrances and sense of smell
- Monographs and profiles of essential oils
- Dual mechanism of action (olfactory and biochemical)
- Quality standards and control
- Toxicology and safety aspects
- Basic research, clinical studies, empirical medicine
- Applications of Medical Aromatherapy
- Natural fatty vegetable oils, hydrolates and macerates in aromatherapy
- Aroma care (guidelines, goals, indications)
- Formulations and treatment plans for selected indications
- Guided and independent development of treatment plans
- Mixing of essential oils according to fragrance notes and indications

Assessment methods

Modul Examination

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Draining and changing therapy procedures ILV

Draining and changing therapy procedures ILV

Lector: Dr. Roswitha Bergsmann

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

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Assessment methods

module examination

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Professional aspects in the national and international context ILV

Professional aspects in the national and international context ILV

Lector: Mag.a Regina Aistleithner

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Legal basis of the Austrian professional law in health professions
- Similarities and differences in the professional laws of health professions
- Rights and limitations in the practice of the profession
- Registration in various lists as a basis for practicing the profession
- Differentiation of the terms diagnosis-therapy-counseling

Assessment methods

final test

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Chronobiology ILV

Chronobiology ILV

Lector: Univ. Doz. Dr. med. Cem Ekmekcioglu

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- History and structure of the circadian system
- "Clock genes"
- Melatonin
- Definitions in chronobiology
- Rhythms (day-night, season, lunar cycle)
- Rhythms of various bodily functions
- Jet lag
- Shift work
- Chronobiology in spa medicine
- Chronopathology (diseases & rhythmicity / symptoms)
- Chronotherapy
- Discussion of current original works and reviews

Assessment methods

modul examination

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Ethno Medicine ILV

Ethno Medicine ILV

Lector: Univ. Prof. Dr. Dagmar Eigner

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Ethnomedicine as a combination of ethnology and medicine / therapy
- Terms of ethnomedicine
- Culture-bound syndrome
- Medical pluralism
- Suffering, disease and illness
- Similarities and differences of concepts
- Diseases not as biological facts, but in the context of society
- Traditional healing traditions
- Rituals and healing
- Traditional medicine versus (university) medicine
- public health

Assessment methods

modul examination

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Kneipp and Balneology ILV

Kneipp and Balneology ILV

Lector: Dr. Gebhard Breuss

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- History of water therapies
- Practice of water therapies
- 5 pillars of Kneipp therapy:
- Water therapy
- Phytotherapy
- Exercise therapy
- Diet as a basis and therapy
- Medicine of order (general life order and psychosomatics)
- General prophylaxis and promotion of autonomous attitude to life
- Biorhythm and taking the waters, non-specific effects of balneotherapy
- Effects of local remedies
- Influence of climate on health and healing processes
- Organization and law of balneotherapy

Assessment methods

modul examination

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Medicine and Spirituality ILV

Medicine and Spirituality ILV

Lector: Prof. Dr. Dr. Matthias Beck

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Scientific basis of the understanding of spirituality
- The human as a unity of body, mind and soul
- Spirituality as relationship to YOU vs. IT
- Terms mind and soul
- Connection of body and soul in different cultures
- Different dimensions of spirituality
- Role of spirituality in palliative care, severe and chronic diseases, prevention and salutogenesis, physical and
mental health

Assessment methods

final test

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Medical Anthropology ILV

Medical Anthropology ILV

Lector: Univ. Prof. Dr. Dagmar Eigner

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Basic definition of terms
- Factors influencing the development, experience and expression of the sense of illness in the sociocultural
context
- Concept of a person in their diverse network of relationships
- Presentation of causes of illness and treatment options for specific ailments
- Access to resources of health care systems and alternative problem solving options

Assessment methods

modul examination

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Medical Ethics ILV

Medical Ethics ILV

Lector: Prof. Dr. Dr. Matthias Beck

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Necessity of medical ethics in theory and practice
- Relationship between ethics and law
- Case studies of medical ethics
- Ethical issues at the end of life
- Human image(s) and independent development of ethical rules
- Ethics committee and release of patient / client data for the empirical part of the master thesis

Assessment methods

final test

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Phytotherapy ILV

Phytotherapy ILV

Lector: Dr. med. univ. Christine Katharina Krassnig, Dr. med. Desiree Margotti, Univ.-Doz. Dr Heribert Pittner

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

Therapeutic areas for phytopharmaceuticals
Possibilities and limitations of treatment with herbal medicines
From plant to medicine
Phytonutrients
Legal basis for the approval and registration of phytopharmaceuticals
Phytopharmaceuticals in the literature
Poisoning with plants

Assessment methods

modul examination

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Regulatory Medicine ILV

Regulatory Medicine ILV

Lector: Dr. Roswitha Bergsmann

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- System of basic regulation (basic regulation)
- Basic substance (extracellular matrix, ECM, matrix)
- Segmental regulatory complex
- Projection symptoms, reflectory disease symptoms
- Regulation and stimulus (short-term stimulus, long-term stimulus, stimulus intensity)
- Historical development of regulatory medicine
- Principles of regulation
- Regulatory obstacles and their effects
- Regulatory medical procedures and their influence on the organism
- Noteworthy issues during the application of regulatory medical procedures
- Limits of regulatory medical procedures
- External and internal influences on the basic regulation

Assessment methods

modul examination

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Systems Theory VO

Systems Theory VO

Lector: a.o. Univ-Prof. Dr. med. habil. Karl-Ludwig Resch

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Homeostasis vs. entropy
- Medical cybernetics
- Regulatory circuits and disorders
- Systemic effects and impact
- Specific and nonspecific effects
- Multidimensionality of the "Placebo-concept"
- Physiology of autoregulation with respect to chronobiology
- Dimensions of knowledge. Perception-causality-mode of action
- Medicine as a science of action vs. natural science as an explanatory science
- Medicine and human history
- Conceptual approaches (examples from medical research and clinic)

Assessment methods

modul examination

Teaching methods

Lecture course:
Systematic teaching of general and special content

Language

German

1 2
Traditional European Medicine and Monastic Medicine ILV

Traditional European Medicine and Monastic Medicine ILV

Lector: Dr. habil. Karl-Heinz Steinmetz

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Fundamentals of Humoral Medicine and Humoral Pathology
- Distinction according to the Four-Humors-Theory
- Humoral-based phytotherapy
- Dietetics according to TEM and monastic diet
- Medieval sauna
- Psychosomatics
- Meditation and body exercises of monastic medicine
- Hildegard von Bingen
- Monastic songs and meditations

Assessment methods

modul examination

Teaching methods

Integrated course:
The contents conveyed in the (e-learning supported) lecture parts will be consolidated in the seminar or exercise parts with individual practical implementation or application; special aspects will be discussed.

Language

German

1 2
Operational principle of Holistic Therapy and Salutogenesis VO

Operational principle of Holistic Therapy and Salutogenesis VO

Lector: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Marktl

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Theoretical basics of holistic medicine
- Complex and regulative processes of the organism
- Adaptation physiology: adaptation of the body to its environment
- Methods of holistic therapy
- Hormesis
- Low-energy bioinformation
- Types of communication of the organism / the environment
- Regularities of environmental physiology
- Bioclimatology
Graduates
- understand body and psyche as a coherent, whole system
- establish links between external influences and the state of health of their patients or clients
- know systemic relationships for treatment and consulting concepts
- set up specific measures parallel to therapy to change the environment of the patient or client
- understand body-immanent systems that support salutogenesis and promote recovery

Assessment methods

modul examination

Teaching methods

Lecture course:
Systematic teaching of general and special content

Language

German

1 2

Lecture SWS ECTS
Ayurveda ILV

Ayurveda ILV

Lector: Dr. Lothar Krenner

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Approaches, directions and schools of Ayurveda medicine
- Wellness Ayurveda ("oil massages", "oil treatments")
- Ayurveda within family traditions
- University Ayurveda
- Maharishi Ayurveda
- Indications of Ayurveda
- Overview of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures

Assessment methods

Final exam

Teaching methods

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Language

German

1 2
Functional Myodiagnostics and Applied Kinesiology ILV

Functional Myodiagnostics and Applied Kinesiology ILV

Lector: Dr. Harald Stossier

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Basic principles of functional myodiagnostics
- Basic principles of applied kinesiology
- History of functional myodiagnostics – applied kinesiology
- Triad of Health: FMD/AK as a holistic diagnosis system
- The muscle test principles according to Goodheart
- Possible muscle test reactions
- FMD/AK and the concept of stress according to Selye
- The most important examination principles
- Practical training of muscle tests

Assessment methods

Module exam

Teaching methods

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Language

German

1 2
Holistic Cancer Therapy ILV

Holistic Cancer Therapy ILV

Lector: Univ.Ass. Prof.Dr. Leo Auerbach

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Holistic therapy and advice on cancer
- Communication methods in health crisis situations
- Holistic cancer therapy and complementary medicine in evidence-based medicine
- Consultation of cancer patients on various holistic therapy methods
- Healing chances and quality of life of cancer patients with complementary medicine
- Combination of conventional cancer therapy with holistic procedures
- Measures to promote self-healing processes
- Active involvement of the patient in the healing process

Assessment methods

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Teaching methods

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Language

German

1 2
Homotoxicology ILV

Homotoxicology ILV

Lector: Dr. med. Peter-Kurt Österreicher, MSc

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- General principles of biological regulation medicine
- System of basic regulation
- Matrix
- Theory of homotoxicology
- 6-phase table
- Homeopathic enzymes
- Preparations of biological regulatory medicine and homotoxicology
- Injeels
- Catalysts
- Homaccords
- Suis preparations
- Compounds
- Nosodes
- Practical procedure (anamnesis diagnosis)
- Treatment algorithms
- Therapy of selected diseases

Assessment methods

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Teaching methods

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Language

German

1 2
Homeopathy ILV

Homeopathy ILV

Lector: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Frass, Dr. med. Erfried Pichler

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Definition of homeopathy
- Limitations of homeopathy
- The complete local symptom with practical exercises
- Science and Research
- Materia Medica: the most important homeopathic remedies
- The homeopathic anamnesis
- Formula and potencies
- Exemplary clinical topics (injuries, infections, pain)
- Homeopathy in the management of acute and chronic diseases
- Live anamneses or patient videos

Assessment methods

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Teaching methods

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Language

German

1 2
Mayr Medicine ILV

Mayr Medicine ILV

Lector: Dr. med. Henning Sartor

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Basics of digestive physiology
- Microbiome
- Fasting physiology, current evidence for autophagy
- Membranes and glycocalyx, cell membrane receptors
- The Pischinger space (matrix) and its pathophysiology
- Oxygen physiology, cellular respiration, mitochondrial functions
- Carbohydrate and fat metabolism
- Movement physiology
- Current evidence on chronic metabolic acidosis
- Diagnosis and therapy according to Dr. med. F. X. Mayr
- Humoral diagnostics
- Postures
- Abdominal shapes
- Manual examinations of the abdomen
- Waist circumference and measurements
- Therapy concept of the Mayr cure

Assessment methods

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Language

German

1 2
Neural Therapy ILV

Neural Therapy ILV

Lector: Dr. Kurt Gold

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Clinical examination
- Diagnostic Neural Therapy: the TPI
- Basics local anesthetics
- Forensics and investigation
- Trigger points and myofascial chains
- Interference fields and their significance for functional diseases
- Importance of the NT for individual fields of expertise
- Simple injection techniques

Assessment methods

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Teaching methods

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Language

German

1 2
Orhtomolecular Medicine ILV

Orhtomolecular Medicine ILV

Lector: Dr. med. Henning Sartor

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- general biochemistry in medicine
- enzyme functions and their conditions
- equilibria in the regulation of cell functions
- need to maintain biochemical equilibria
- absorption and excretion of micronutrients
- oxidative stress, nitrosative stress, mitochondrial function
- minerals, trace elements
- vitamins, phytochemicals
- fats
- amino acids
- hormone regulation
- special phytotherapy
- micronutrient therapy for existing clinical pictures, risk factors and life stages

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Language

German

1 2
Ostheopathy ILV

Ostheopathy ILV

Lector: Raimund Engel, MSc

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Definition of osteopathy
- History of osteopathy
- Principles of osteopathy
- Osteopathic models
- Diagnosis in osteopathy
- Different forms of palpation
- Clinical reasoning in osteopathic practice
- Understanding fascia
- Physiological and anatomical considerations
- Possible therapies through fascia
- Structural (parietal) osteopathy
- Visceral osteopathy
- Cranio-sacral osteopathy
- Indications for osteopathy
- Counter indications in osteopathy
- Therapeutic procedures in osteopathy
- Legal aspects and the significance of osteopathy

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Teaching methods

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Language

German

1 2
Palliative Medicine and Terminal care ILV

Palliative Medicine and Terminal care ILV

Lector: Univ.Prof. Dr. Guenther Bernatzky

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Holistic therapy and consultation in palliative medicine
- Detection of pain causes
- Treatment of acute, chronic pain
- Symptom control
- Psychosocial aspects in the treatment and care
- Overview of psychogenic symptoms, mental reaction, psychosocial relationships
- Existential and spiritual needs of patients and their relatives
- Dealing with the issue of therapy limitations, preventive power of attorney and patient decree

Assessment methods

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Teaching methods

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Language

German

1 2
Reflexology Therapy ILV

Reflexology Therapy ILV

Lector: Dr. Roswitha Bergsmann

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- System of basic regulation
- Basic substance (extracellular matrix, ECM, matrix)
- Segmental regulatory complex
- Projection symptoms, reflex disease signs
- Kinetic chains of the muscles
- Muscle meridians of acupuncture
- Fascia
- Trigger points
- Breathing
- Movement
- Focus - interference field - events
- "Phenomenon of seconds"
- Diagnostics in reflex zone-based therapy
- Therapy selection - type, time, frequency
- Feedback
- What has to be considered in the focus – interference field therapy?
- Examples of regulatory medical procedures
- Practical exercises

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Language

German

1 2
Pain Management and Holistic Therapy ILV

Pain Management and Holistic Therapy ILV

Lector: Univ.Prof. Dr. Guenther Bernatzky

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Holistic therapy of acute and chronic pain
- Pathophysiology
- Pharmacology of acute and chronic pain
- Acute pain management including complex treatment concepts
- Pain assessment in humans, chronic pain disease
- Possibilities, indication and limitations of adjuvant therapeutic procedures
- Psychological methods in pain therapy

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Language

German

1 2
TCM and Acupuncture ILV

TCM and Acupuncture ILV

Lector: Prof. Dr. Mag. Gertrude Kubiena, Dr. Karin Stockert

2 SWS
4 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Basic theory of TCM
- Yin-Yang
- 5 transformation phases
- functional circuits
- Qi, blood, humors, Shen, Jing
- physiology and pathology of organs from the perspective of TCM
- diagnosis in the TCM (tongue and pulse diagnosis)
- modern Western and TCM diagnosis in comparison
- general scientific principles of acupuncture
- efficacy proof
- acupuncture analgesia
- indications
- localization and practical demonstration of acupuncture points
- palpation and simple needle puncture technique
- essential acupuncture rules
- Chinese drug therapy
- selected pharmaceutical drugs and formulas for practical application
- composition of Chinese formulas compared to western Phyto formulas

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Language

German

2 4
Tibetan Medicine ILV

Tibetan Medicine ILV

Lector: Dr. med. Florian Ploberger, Bac, MA, Dr. med. Jens Tönnemann

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

- Tibetan medicine: current practice, history, developments
- Fundamentals of treatment in Tibetan medicine
- external treatment methods at a glance
- basic terminology of Traditional Tibetan medicine
- historical perspectives
- Tibetan terminology
- meaning levels of "Sowa Rigpa"
- the "Tendrel" principle
- Elements and their basics
- the four tantras
- Root Tantra
- Tibetan medicine as a complex holistic medical system
- case reports and connection to modern holistic medical treatment concepts
- transfer to interdisciplinary treatment contexts

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Language

German

1 2

Lecture SWS ECTS
Advisory Expertise ILV

Advisory Expertise ILV

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Therapeutic Movement Training ILV

Therapeutic Movement Training ILV

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Research Design and Concept Development SE

Research Design and Concept Development SE

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Holistic Dentistry ILV

Holistic Dentistry ILV

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Immune System and Immunotherapy ILV

Immune System and Immunotherapy ILV

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Interdisciplinary Dialogue ILV

Interdisciplinary Dialogue ILV

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Journal Club SE

Journal Club SE

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Communication and Narrative Medicine ILV

Communication and Narrative Medicine ILV

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Prevention and Salutogenesis ILV

Prevention and Salutogenesis ILV

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Psychosomatics and Psychophysiology ILV

Psychosomatics and Psychophysiology ILV

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Psychosocial Study Seminars SE

Psychosocial Study Seminars SE

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Therapist-Client Relationship ILV

Therapist-Client Relationship ILV

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2
Ayurveda 1 - Elective Course UE

Ayurveda 1 - Elective Course UE

4 SWS
4 ECTS

Language

German

4 4
Manual methods 1 - Elective Course UE

Manual methods 1 - Elective Course UE

4 SWS
4 ECTS

Language

German

4 4
Academic writing SE

Academic writing SE

1 SWS
2 ECTS

Language

German

1 2

Lecture SWS ECTS
Accompanying Seminar SE 1 2
Master`s examination MT 0 2
Master`s thesis MT 0 20
Ayurveda 2 - Elective Course UE 6 6
Manual methods 2 - Elective Course UE 6 6

Semester dates
Summer semester: 22nd February 2019 to 6th July 2019

Number of teaching weeks
14 per semester (on weekends)

Language of instruction
German


Career opportunities

As a graduate you will pursue an integrative approach, depending on your health profession, in diagnosis, consulting clients or patients on possible holistic therapy approaches and methods and jointly creating treatment plans. These methods can be applied in a varied and sustainable manner already in health care and prevention. Also in this growth area, in the future you will take on a consulting and integrating function and provide a thorough overview of possible methods of treatment. You will work in a wide variety of fields:

  • Health sector
  • Social services, including nursing and care facilities
  • Medical and pharmaceutical companies
  • Education and training for health professionals
  • Staff positions and interfaces in public service
  • Relevant associations or institutions and commercial providers of holistic methods

Admission

Admission requirements

Relevant bachelor or similar qualification from an institute of higher education with a total of 180 ECTS credits:

  • Medical Doctors
  • Dentists
  • Educated Nurses
  • Clinical Psychologists
  • Health Psychologists
  • Psychotherapists
  • Pharmacist
  • Midwifery
  • Biomedical Science
  • Dietics
  • Logopedics
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Orthoptics
  • Physiotherapy
  • Radiological Technology

              Application

              To apply you will require the following documents:

              • Birth certificate
              • Proof of citizenship
              • Bachelor degree / diploma certificate / equivalent certificate from abroad
              • Letter of motivation
              • CV in table form

              Please note
              It is not possible to save incomplete online applications. You must complete your application in one session. Your application will be valid as soon as you upload all of the required documents and certificates. In the event that some documents (e.g. references) are not available at the time you apply, you may submit these later via email, mail or in person by no later than the start of the degree program.

              The selection process

              The selection process consists of a selection interview, in which we would like to learn more about your motives, skills and knowledge. Any extraordinary achievements or special training will be given special consideration.


              Contact

              Secretary's office

              Michaela Fucik
              Favoritenstraße 226
              1100 Vienna
              P: +43 1 606 68 77-4480
              F: +43 1 606 68 77-4489
              michaela.fucik@fh-campuswien.ac.at

              Office hours during the semester
              Thu, 8.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m.
              Fri, 8.00 a.m.-2.00 p.m.


              Cooperations and Campusnetzwerk

              We work closely with the Vienna Hospital Association (KAV), laboratories for general medicine, the Medical University of Vienna and other European universities, the professional association biomed austria and other health care facilities. This guarantees you strong contacts for internships, employment or participation in research and development activities. You will complete the extensive internships at, among others, the hospitals of Vienna Hospital Association (KAV). You can find information about our cooperation activities and much more at Campusnetzwerk. It's well worth visiting the site as it may direct you to a new job or interesting event held by our cooperation partners!

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