Master

Geneeskunde

De master Geneeskunde is alleen toegankelijk voor studenten die in Maastricht de bachelor Geneeskunde hebben gevolgd. In deze master maak je als co-assistent kennis met de praktijk van de gezondheidszorg. Je werkt onder andere op verschillende afdelingen in ziekenhuizen en andere medische instellingen en je krijgt gaandeweg meer verantwoordelijkheid in het contact met de patiënt. Verder doe je onderzoek en volg je onderwijs. Als co-assistent werk je voornamelijk in Nederland, maar je kunt ook onderdelen  in het buitenland volgen. Na het afronden van deze master ben je basisarts. Je kunt je dan verder specialiseren, bijvoorbeeld als chirurg, psychiater of kinderarts. Ook een carrière in het wetenschappelijk onderzoek is mogelijk.

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Agenda

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    • Foto door Maastricht University Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

      Fifth-year medical student at Maastricht University Julia Bels was on a flight to Morocco, when suddenly one of the flight attendants asked if there was a doctor on board. One of the passengers had a pain in his eye and when Julia looked at it with a flashlight, his pupil no longer reacted. The man had been operated on his eye a while ago because of releasing retina. In order to give extra support to the eye after the operation, a gas bubble was left behind that may have started to expand. It is advised not to fly after such an operation, but the man had not discussed the flight with his doctor.

      When the co-pilot asked Julia for advice on what to do, she indicated that making a stopover was the best option to prevent risks such as blindness. The pilots followed her advice and made a stopover in the Spanish city of Girona.

      When she arrived in Fez, the flight captain thanked Julia and told her that the man was getting the appropriate medical care at the hospital.

      Well done Julia! And now you and Max go and enjoy a well deserved holiday in Fez!

      Maastrichtse studente (22) laat vliegtuig landen zodat man niet blind wordt
      1 dag 20 uur geleden
    • Foto door Maastricht University Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

      Today (at around 16.30h), Santa Claus arrives in Maastricht!

      He arrives by train and will then go to the nicely decorated Vrijthof in a colourful procession.

      You can watch it live on the L1 Facebook page.

      Intocht Kerstman live op L1 Facebook
      1 week 2 uur geleden
    • Foto door Maastricht University Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

      UM medical student Ilke Eggen won the Young Talent Incentive Prize! The Royal Dutch Society of Sciences awarded this prize to three socially involved medical students.

      Next to her studies, Ilke works as a CPR instructor at high schools (https://taskforceqrs.nl/maastricht/organisatie/).

      Congrats Ilke!

      1 week 1 dag geleden