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Postgraduate School of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine, University of Milan

Integrated educational objectives

The trainee must have acquired skills in medical statistics, hygiene, forensic medicine, occupational medicine, epidemiology, business organization, demography, occupational and organizational psychology, labor law.

The objective of the common training for the disciplines of the class is aimed at acquiring knowledge of the classification and characterization of different population groups, their general and working organization and lifestyles, taking into consideration the increasingly important psychological implications .

Everything is aimed at carrying out adequate statistical evaluations, analysis of hygienic, medico-legal, work and risk problems, recognition of suitability, ascertainment of pathologies, disability, and application of all preventive criteria as required by current legislation and by its evolutions

Basic training objectives

Acquisition of knowledge of statistical methodology, epidemiology, psychology, economic sociology, history of medicine, genetics, microbiology, clinical pathology, applied medical technologies, law, physics and chemistry of the environment and of life and work; the acquisition of the ability to use statistics, information systems, communication systems and legislation in the field of health prevention; the use of basic knowledge and epidemiological methodology for the surveillance and control of chemical-physical, environmental and microbiological risks, genetic, chronic degenerative infectious diseases and accidents in living and working environments and their impact on quality the life and health of the community; plan, manage and evaluate.