Set of documents
- photo file which will be used when generating the personal questionnaire
- a scan of university diploma
languages and philological sciences
Tuition Fee 3000 PLN
“According to Eurostat data, Poland has the lowest number of practising doctors per 1 000 population (2.4) in the EU, and the number of nurses (5.1 per 1 000 population) is also among the lowest.” (from OECD report: State of Health in the EU. Poland: Country Health Profile 2021)
In this context, the efforts of medical professionals should urgently be supported by experts in healthcare communication and health promotion. Moreover, healthcare systems inadvertently need the support of experts in the efficient communication of information about health and healthcare: health promotors, interpreters, medical journalists, patient advocates, administrators of patient portals and people engaged in applying for grants to finance the development of healthcare systems.
Language and communication in healthcare is an interdisciplinary two-year English-language MA programme in medical humanities. It focuses on effective and empathetic communication for health and quality of life. The programme is co-taught by healthcare experts (academics and practitioners) and is suited to BA/BSc and MA/MSc graduates with a good command of English (B2 CEFR level).
You will learn:
The programme includes:
MA in Language and Communication in Healthcare is a possible first step towards:
ul. Wieniawskiego 1
61-712 Poznań, Poland