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Biomedical Sciences Project

Code 13502
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload TP(60H)
Scientific area Biomedical Sciences
Entry requirements Not applicable
Learning outcomes The main objective of this Course is to enable the student an integrated view of all acquired knowledge, allowing to have at your fingertips all the tools to enter the labor market, both in the scientific area, business or other. The syllabus allow achieve this
Syllabus Introduction. Presentation and choose the business plan - SWOT analysis. Update Portal Biomedical, Biomedical Blog and Facebook web page; How to write a scientific paper in English? Distribution of scientific data and rules in writing an article and its submission; How to organize a scientific event? Visit the Parkurbis; How to write a press release of a scientific subject for a newspaper? How to make a poster and an oral presentation?; Preparation of communications for the different target audiences; How to talk about science for an audience? 1st Cycle / Secondary and 3rd age; bioethics - a film viewing, writing test; Spin Off - Bussines Angels - Start Ups - What language is this? Seminar: Preparation of the Symposium, oral presentation of poster paper; project presentation; Symposium - Employment and Opportunities in biomedical Sciences.
Main Bibliography Not apllicable
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria Regarding the UC PCB, the structure and curriculum objectives set promote the vertical and horizontal integration between different areas of science course (1st cycle and the 1st half of 2nd cycle), based on the philosophy of the Faculty of Health Sciences (FCS). The UC PCB aims to promote interdisciplinary training in the different areas / components of knowledge (e.g., entrepreneurship, computer programming, biology, engineering, english, portuguese, design, production, etc ...) intersect and establish bridges, encouraging students skills in working in multidisciplinary teams and allowing greater flexibility in their training. 80% of classes are practical.
Assessment is one of the fundamental components in the teaching-learning process. It allows to evaluate if the objectives have been reached and at the same time to identify problems.

For UC PCB, the evaluation will be divided into two components: 1 - Attendance and Participation (2 values); and 2 - Assessment of ACSs (18 valu
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-05-25

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