She has begun the enrollment phase of the IV Edition of MASTER IN PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN ASSISTED REPRODUCTION: biopsychosocial issues at the University of Barcelona and the Spanish Fertility Society, endorsed by the College of Psychologists of Catalonia and ASEBIR.
After the good performance of the previous editions we intend to make a new edition expanding the number of ECTS credits to 68. As a result of the rapid development of new technologies and new developments in the various scientific disciplines involved in assisted reproduction we have found it necessary to take commitment to integrate these developments in the academic offerings, adding new teachers and expanding the agenda.
The objective of the Master is that health professionals develop skills that enable them to respond to new challenges in their profession.
This Master is taught at the School of Psychology at the University of Barcelona and with the participation of the Spanish Fertility Society, is backed by the strong record of the UB which as you know is among the most prestigious in the country, ranking first place in the ranking of the best universities valued at the state level in science.
Teaching is developed over two academic years, with a blended format, which allows professionals to further develop their professional activity situations unfold with training, attending seminars weekends and practices. To facilitate the integration of professional Master residents outside our country can follow the sessions, mostly through Skype.
For this we have teachers in our country renowned both medicine and biology, psychology and law. Students, through the Virtual Campus into contact with them, creating a network of contacts. Likewise, the Campus provides access to the library of the Faculty of Psychology UB which has one of the most important publishing collections in Europe.
To conclude, highlight the importance of professional psychologists in units of assisted reproduction welfare benefits they bring. Also, different professionals in the field of health as psychiatrists, biologists, andrology or gynecologists, can benefit from incorporating this knowledge into their daily work.