CAPES code: 33019010013P0
CAPES Assessment Area: PHYSICAL EDUCATION
CAPES Grade: Professional Masters – Grade 4
Course recognized in accordance with MEC Ordinance No. 609, of 3/14/2019 – DOU of 3/18/2019.
The Professional Master’s Degree in Human Communication Health at the Faculty of Medical Sciences of Santa Casa de São Paulo has the general objective of preparing professionals in the areas of health and education to use scientific research as a tool to improve their professional performance in different aspects. of human communication.
The course also aims to train professionals to work in institutions linked to the areas of Health and Education and qualify them to:
1) Train qualified professionals to exercise advanced practice and transform procedures, aiming to meet the social, organizational or professional demands of the labor market;
2) Train professionals to transfer knowledge to society, meeting specific demands and productive arrangements with a view to national, regional or local development;
3) Train professionals to promote the integrated articulation of professional training with demanding entities of different natures, aiming to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of public and private organizations, through the solution of problems, generation and application of appropriate innovation processes;
4) Qualify professionals to know, develop and improve innovative methods and techniques with applicability in health or education equipment, in areas involving human communication;
5) Train professionals with an interdisciplinary and integrated view of the processes, alterations, rehabilitation and improvement of swallowing, hearing, speech and language.
The program is designed for speech therapists and other professionals interested in the processes and disorders of human communication.
Course subjects and activities take place on Thursday afternoons and Fridays (morning and afternoon).
Professional Master: 24 months
Professional master’s degree: 60 credits (34 in compulsory and optional subjects; minimum of 6 in complementary activities; 20 in the final paper)
The selection process consists of an eliminatory written test, with interpretation of texts in Portuguese and English and an interview, with presentation of the pre-project to a panel of examiners, composed of at least two professors from the program.
Coordination: Profa. Dra. Katia de Almeida
Vice-Coordination: Profa. Dra. Ana Luiza Pereira Gomes Pinto Navas
Profa. Dra. Katia de Almeida
Profa. Dra. Alessandra Spada Durante
Profa. Dra. Ana Luiza Pereira Gomes Pinto Navas
Profa. Dra. Noemi Takiuchi
Profa. Dra. Marina Martins Padovani
The Human Communication Health program, at the Professional Master’s level, is contemplated in an Area of Concentration and three lines of research, detailed below:
1 – EVALUATION OF RESULTS IN INTERVENTION IN COMMUNICATION AND HEARING DISORDERS
Description: To study and investigate the results of the promotion and improvement of human communication skills, and intervention in communication and hearing disorders. Furthermore, the objective is to develop specific procedures and techniques for assessing results in processes involving human communication and hearing in health and education.
Teachers involved: Alessandra Spada Durante / Katia de Almeida / Lica Arakawa Sugueno / Margarita Aparecida Bernal Wieselberg / Milton Luiz Gorzoni / Rosane Lowenthal / Sandra Cristina Fonseca Pires.
2 – EVALUATION AND PREVENTION OF HEARING AND BALANCE DISORDERS
Description: Investigate and improve procedures related to the promotion, prevention and evaluation of hearing and balance. Furthermore, the objective is to develop specific procedures and techniques for the assessment of hearing and balance disorders, and their impact on quality of life.
Professors involved: Alessandra Spada Durante/ Caroline Nunes Rocha/Elisiane Crestani de Miranda Gonsalez/ Luiz Henrique Amaral/Osmar Mesquita de Sousa Neto.
3 – PREVENTION AND DIAGNOSIS IN COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
Description: To investigate the different aspects involved in the prevention and evaluation of Communication Disorders, both in the clinical and educational context. Furthermore, the objective is to develop specific procedures and techniques for the prevention and evaluation of communication disorders, and their impact on quality of life.
Teachers involved: Adriana Limongeli Gurgueira / Adriana Rahal Rebouças de Carvalho / Amalia Rodrigues / Ana Luiza Pereira Gomes Pinto Navas / Lica Arakawa Sugueno / Marina Martins Pereira Padovani / Noemi Takiuchi / Tatiana Pontrelli Mecca.
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Profa. Dra. Katia de Almeida