Sektion Medizin at the Uni Lübeck
- Ratzeburger Allee 160
- 23538 Lübeck
- Phone: +49 451 500-6710
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Special features regarding teachingThe university is characterised by the exchange between disciplines, students and teachers. Courses are closely coordinated and the importance of preclinical training for the medical profession is communicated at an early stage. All courses are evaluated and students are also asked about the campus atmosphere, study load and organisation. We want to enable a quick, qualified graduation and promote medical personalities who can live their competences and pass them on in different professional fields.
Arrangements of special exercises at the departmentTraining and Practice Centre for Medical Skills Lübeck (Tüftl, Skills Training), Lübeck Anaesthesia and Resuscitation Simulator (LARS), OP50 (teaching operating theatre), mannequins (e.g. paediatrics, emergency medicine), Lübeck Toolbox (training curriculum for minimally invasive surgery), communication training with drama patients in the teaching focus on communication, OSCE examinations.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUniversitetet i Bergen, Norwegen; Universitat de Barcelona, Spanien; Université Paris 13, Frankreich; Università degli Studi di Roma 'La Sapienza', Italien; Università degli Studi di Bologna 'Alma Mater Studiorum', Italien; Medizinische Universität Wien, Österreich
Special features regarding research activitiesParallel to the Lübeck research focus, teaching focus is integrated longitudinally into the curriculum, which are completed by all students and do not mean either a subject-related restriction or an additional expenditure of time. The focal points "Communication", "Prevention" and "Emergency Medicine" correspond to the research foci "Brain, Hormones, Behaviour", "Infection and Inflammation", and "Biomedical Engineering". The focus is on topics at the interfaces between medicine, computer science, life sciences and technology.
Other special featuresThe degree courses in occupational therapy, midwifery, speech therapy, nursing, physiotherapy and medicine provide a range of 'health sciences under one roof' that is unique in Germany. This constellation also opens up new possibilities for learning with and from each other. In this way, the interprofessional university teaching of today guarantees high quality health care for tomorrow.
Further information on research activitieswww.uni-luebeck.de/forschung.html
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Last update 2021: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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