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Get ready for a great time as you embark on our program packed with exciting activities. From virtual to in-person experiences, we've got you covered. Our program is designed to cater to your needs with a perfect balance of online and face-to-face interactions. The program offers a unique blend of interactive workshops, engaging discussions, and hands-on activities that will leave you feeling inspired and motivated. The detailed description of the online and face-to-face components is provided below, so you know exactly what to expect.

Pre-course online
Jun 12/21/30 & Sept 1, 2023

(Aveiro, PT)

Sept 4-8, 2023

Session 1. Engage - From idea to challenge (kick-off meeting)

Jun 12, 4 hours

Session 2. Investigate - The foundations

Jun 21, 3 hours

Session 3. Act - Solutions set up

Jun 30, 3 hours

Session 4. Act - From concretion to evaluation and publication of results and reflections

Sept 1, 4 hours

Self-direct study
(separated zoom session with individual breakout rooms for each group

Total: 22 hours

S1. Jun 13-20, 5 hours;

S2. Jun 22-28, 5 hours;

S3. Jun 29-Jul 05, 12 hours.

Session 1. Opening social event: intercultural inclusion

Sept 4, 4 hours

Session 2. Laboratory activity I

Sept 5, 4 hours

Session 3. Explore & Social-Intercultural inclusion

Sept 6, 6 hours

Session 4. Laboratory activity II

Sept 7, 4 hours

Session 5. Evaluation and publication of results and reflections

Sept 8, 4 hours

Self-direct study
(separated zoom session with individual breakout rooms for each group

Total: 14 hours

Before Sept 4, 4 hours;

S2. Sept 5, 5 hours;

S4. Sept 7, 5 hours.

Contents & Learning outcomes

C1. Physiology of the reproductive system;

C2. Infertility;

C3. Male and female fertility evaluation;

C4. Medically Assisted Reproduction;

C5. Sexually Transmitted Diseases;

C6. Lifestyle factors with impact on reproductive health.


At the end of the program, each student should be able to:

O1. Recognize the physiopathological basis of the Reproductive System;
O2. Be able to apply the acquired knowledge in the understanding of human fertility, its control and evaluation;
O3. Identify the lifestyle factors that can have impact in the Reproductive Health;
O4. Apply the acquired knowledge in the resolution of real cases related to the influence of lifestyle on Reproductive Health;
O5. Cooperate in multicultural group work.



The assessment is based on the presentation in the form of a pitch of a project resulting from the virtual component in multicultural groups. It will be complemented with the analysis of the results of the practical component of the face-to-face component.

The assessment process will include:
Element 1: Individual reflection and peer review (25%)
Element 2: Presentation and oral discussion of group work (75%).

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