Department of Applied Health Sciences > Evidence-based Health Care
Evidence-based Health Care
The health care system is characterised by the rapid change and flexibilisation of work and performance requirements. Communal action by various vocational groups is thereby a central prerequisite for optimal health care. Interdisciplinary professional cooperation will increase in importance in future, because the range of illnesses, forms of therapy, patient preferences and scientific findings will continue to develop and change. The requirement for personnel with competence in the evaluation of the benefits, effectiveness and economic efficiency of health care services will increase. The Evidence-based Health Care (M.Sc.) degree programme qualifies students for the scientific assessment of clinical measures and for the evaluation of the evidence of clinical measures in the health professions.
You will find additional information on the following pages. The start of studies for the first time is in the winter semester 2015/16.
You can find detailed information on the application process and the study prerequisites here (in German).
The degree programme is currently being accredited.