The Institute’s curriculum are composed of two major categories: teaching of basic and advanced knowledge in emergency and critical care medicine and related fields, of which the core contents are covered in compulsory and elective courses, and professional journal reading. Students are encouraged to think critically about, analyze, and address the strengths and weaknesses of the journal articles they have read.
The Institute’s compulsory courses are as follows: Advanced Emergency Medicine, Advanced Critical Care Medicine, Background Review for the Proposal, and Progress Report, Research Review of Thesis – PhD Program and Progress Report – PhD Program. The elective courses include Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Geriatric Critical Care Medicine, Immunology in Critical Care Medicine, Evidence-based Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, Study design and Thesis writing, Surgical Treatment in Critical Illness, Traumatology, Infectious Diseases in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine and Application of Artificial Intelligence in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine.
|Advanced Emergency Medicine||Advanced Critical Care Medicine|
|Background Review for the Proposal||Progress Report|
|Research Review of Thesis – PhD Program||Progress Report – PhD Program|
|Study design and Thesis writing (PhD)|
|Pediatric Critical Care||Study design and Thesis writing (MD)|
|Immunology in Critical Care Medicine||Infectious Diseases in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine|
|Evidence-based Emergency and Critical Care Medicine||Analysis of clinical research data: from the theory to practice|
|Surgical Treatment in Critical Illness|
|Application of Artificial Intelligence in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine|
|Innovative Problem-Based Learning (iPBL) for Establishing a SMART Hospital|
|Instrumentation in Medical Research (unite a course)|