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Queen's University
 

Module 2: Integrative Technologies

Description: This module serves as an introduction to the breadth and scope of bone and joint health technologies. The overarching purpose of this module is to develop a common vocabulary for the program and an awareness of the key concepts, terms, and themes and key technologies in the field. Trainees will gain skills in core technologies in engineering, imaging, computing, cell and molecular biology, and tissue engineering.

Instructional Goal: To develop skills and knowledge in technologies used in Bone and Joint Health.

Learning Objectives: By the end of this module, trainees will be able to:

  • Describe leading-edge technologies used in bone and joint health.
  • Understand and use key terms related to technologies in the field.
  • Demonstrate skill in the use of core technologies in engineering, imaging, computing, cell and molecular biology, and/or tissue engineering.
  • Lead a lab visit for peers and/or visitors.

Sessions

  • Orientation to integrative technologies
  • Joint Health Assessment
  • Computer Assisted Technologies
  • Tissue Repair Technologies

Instructional Methods

  • Field visit
  • Access to clinical facilities for imaging and computer assisted therapies
  • Guided lab tours
  • Classroom sessions (trainee teams will facilitate)

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