Training Courses and Post lauream

 

Second-level Master Degree in “Clinical Neuroscience: neuropsychological and neuromotor assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation”

  

The II level Master in Clinical Neurosciences: assessment, diagnosis and neuropsychological and neuromotor rehabilitation arises from the need to train professionals with the skills necessary for the diagnosis and assessment of normal and pathological mental functioning, compared to the main cognitive, emotional and praxiche, proposing an innovative approach and a focus on the integration of the training path with a specific section dedicated to training in clinical neuropsychology and neuropsychological rehabilitation. With a careful approach to the development of clinical neurosciences that, in addition to traditional neuropsychology approaches, also address the clinical neuroscience fields of behavior and neuropsychiatry, the aim of the Master is to provide solid knowledge on neuropsychological functions and diagnosis, evaluation and rehabilitation of patients with neuropsychological deficits. The aim is also to acquire practical knowledge regarding bio-imaging methods (TAC, MRI, fMRI, NIRS, PET), bioelectrical and cerebral magnetic signal treatment (EEG, ERPs, MEG), non-invasive brain stimulation (TMS, TDCS).

 

 

Advanced Training Courses

 

Methods and intervention techniques for neurocognitive and neuromotor rehabilitation

 

 

The course arises from the need to provide a wealth of knowledge and operational tools for the improvement of operators skills in the rehabilitation of subjects with neurocognitive and neuromotor disabilities. The aim is to promote specific interventions in different areas of motor and cognitive rehabilitation, favoring the multidisciplinary approach of the different operators that interface with subjects suffering from complex neurological and neuropsychological pathologies. Particular attention will be paid to the methodological bases of each rehabilitation proposal and to the description of the intervention modalities in order to facilitate a comparison between the different methods and the development of structured and articulated intervention plans. Ample space will be dedicated to the practical demonstration of procedures and the description of clinical cases of reference. The course is organized in collaboration with the Research Unit in Social Neurosciences and Emotions (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart).

   

 

 

 

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