For all those students who access the doctorate through training as health specialists (EIR), the academic committee will review their previous training and may request complementary training.
These training complements will be chosen from among the subjects of the current official Masters that give direct access to the doctorate or of the Masters that will replace or incorporate them in the future.
Currently the Masters that give direct access are:
- Master's Degree in General Health Psychology (URV)
- Master's Degree in Nervous System Sciences: Neurotoxicology, Neouropsocopharmacology, Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Neurorehablitation (URV - UAL)
The possibility of these training complements being given as specific courses not included in the regulated training of the Masters, such as the Introductory Course to Research in Mental Health (given by the Pere Mata Institute), is also considered.
In particular, the following are planned as a complement to training
- Course on the Handling of Experimental Animals, aimed at all students who are going to use the animal model in their thesis work
- Course on Research Designs and Data Analysis, aimed at all students who do not present evidence of previous knowledge in this field.