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                          Esthetic Face Surgery

                              Master of Science (MSc)




Donau-Universität Krems
Center for Management and Quality in Healthcare
Head: Ass.-Prof. i.R. Dkfm. Dr. Albin Krczal
A-3500 Krems, Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 30




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                                       University Course
                            Esthetic Face Surgery
Esthetic face surgery is currently conducted by three disciplines: Plastic and reconstructive sur-
gery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and otolaryngology (head and neck surgery). The underlying
curriculum of the university course “Esthetic Face Surgery” is mainly function based (“esthetics fol-
lows function”) and will serve as a basis to scientifically objectify all esthetic-surgical treatment.
The university course will train specialists in the above mentioned disciplines and meditate a sci-
ence-based, surgical practice-oriented curriculum. The stated aim of the university course is to
contribute to the basis of scientific and practical principles for professional and personal develop-
ment of the participants.

In the following, interested parties will find information concerning the MSc program in Esthetic
Face Surgery.

                              1. Information about the program
•   Contracting Party
    Contracting party of the MSc course is Danube University Krems (DUK). All participants be-
    come students of DUK.
•   Course Director
    Kurt Vinzenz, MD, DMD, Prof.
•   Program Management
    Ass.-Prof. i.R. Dkfm. Dr. Albin Krczal
•   Administration
    Mag.a (FH) Lydia Krejci

                                      2. Admission criteria
Prerequisite for admission to the university course:
(1) an internationally recognized specialist training in plastic and reconstructive surgery, maxillo-
facial surgery, and otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) OR
(2) a similar specialist training which must be recognized by the course coordinator.

                                     3. Aims of the program
The university course contributes to a consolidation of the participants’ level of knowledge in the
field of plastic surgery, maxillo-facial surgery and ENT surgery and aims to objectify cosmetic sur-
gical treatment and to contribute to the basis of scientific principles for professional and personal
development of the participants.

                                 4. Professional Target Group
The university course is aimed at individuals who have completed residency training in plastic and
reconstructive surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and otolaryngology (head and neck surgery)
and are interested in surgical-scientific training in "Face Esthetic Surgery”.

                                    5. Admission procedure
Admission takes place sequentially to receiving the application.
Number of Participants: On account of pedagogic consideration the number of participants is
limited to about 24.
Course of Admission: Please use the application form of Danube University with which you can
register and obligate yourself to pay the tuition. Please send the application together with your CV
Europass, the letter of intent (see homepage Danube University), a copy of your passport/ID and
academic grade to Danube University. After receiving your documents we will send you an “Assur-
ance of a study place“.




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                                          6. Duration of study
5 semesters, 750 UE, 120 ECTS
UE: teaching unit, 1 UE = 45 minutes
ECTS: European Credit Transfer System. Serves as a basis for receiving credits at another uni-
versity.

                            7. Start of the next university course
Danube University Krems postpones for strategic reasons the start of master Programmes in the
field of aestetic medicine up to and including summer term 2013.



                                           8. Schedule
                                                                                   LV-
Lectures                                                                                 UE    ECTS
                                                                                   Art
  1. Core curriculum                                                                     410    54
   • Quality Assurance                                                             VO     60     8
      (Indications, patient selection, education / forensics, planning and post
      –surgical evaluation of surgical procedures, documentation, photo-
      documentation medical history, medical treatment prae-/post-
      perioperative treatment, state requirements for operation facilities, liq-
      uidation of esthetic -surgical procedures, publication of major scientific
      societies)
   • Peculiarities of anesthesia                                                   VO    65     8
      (Preliminary / premedication, local anesthesia, intravenous analseda-
      tion, intravenous anesthesia, general anesthesia, intraoperative moni-
      toring, perioperative medications, emergency medicine, practice)
   • Facelift Techniques I                                                         UE    40     5
      (Superextended Facelift (face-forehead brow lift) with dynamic SMAS
      and HLC (hair line cut), forehead aBrow Lift)
   • Facelift Techniques II                                                        UE    35     5
      (Midface-lift with facial contour improvement, "esthetic orthognathic
      surgery, distraction osteogenesis with or without functional improve-
      ment Nose / mouth, facial implants / silicones, minimally invasive face-
      lift Techniques, surgical demonstrations)
   • Blepharoplasty I (eyelid forehead-brow)                                       UE    40     5
      (Upper eyelid, surgical-anatomical basis, surgical procedures, indica-
      tion, photo documentation, Ophthalmologic examination, anesthesia,
      Premedication, finishing operations, complications, surgical
      demonstrations)
   • Blepharoplasty II (eyelid-midface, periorbital)                               UE    35     5
      (Eyelid, surgery-anatomical basis, surgical procedures, Indication,
      photo documentation, Ophthalmologic examination, anesthesiapre-
      medication, finishing operations, complications, surgical demonstrati-
      ons)
   • Rhinoseptoplasty                                                              UE    50     7
      (Rhinoseptoplastik including cleft lip and palate, indica patient selec-
      tion, education / forensics, planning and postoperative Evaluation of
      interventions, documentation, photo documentation, crane surgical
      planning, Open vs.. closed Rhinoplastic, soft tissue / bony nose and
      combination, split nose, surgical demonstrations)
   • Functional surgery of the nose                                                UE    25     3
       (Function of the nose and paranasal sinuses (NNH), diagnostic pro-
       cedures, Endoscopy / surgery, surgical demonstrations)
   • Otoplasty                                                                     UE    60     8
      (Indications, patient selection, education / forensics, planning and post
      Evaluation of operational procedures, documentation, photodocumeta-

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        tion, medical history, surgical planning, surgical techniques, radiation
        of ear / inner ear, hearing aid technology, surgical demonstrations)

  2. Specifics                                                                          340     46
      Augmentative treatment of facial wrinkles                                    UE    55      7
      Paralyzing the treatment of facial wrinkles                                  UE    55      8
      Cosmetic Dermatology                                                         UE    60      8
      Ablative treatment of facial wrinkles (laser, dermabrasion)                  UE    50      7
      Aesthetics and function of the masticatory organ                             UE    60      8
      Surgical Aesthetics in Implantology and Periodontology "smile design"        UE    60      8
  Master´s Thesis                                                                               20
Total                                                                                   750     120

                                      9. Performance criteria
1) The final examination consists of:
   • Examinations of the lectures of the core curriculum.
   • Examinations of the lectures of the specifics.
   • Writing and positive assessment of the Master´s Thesis.

2) Depending on the lectures and lecturers, the examinations will be oral or written.
3) Passed examinations from other universities can be accredited if they are equal to the re-
   quirements of DUK. In general, such credits do not lead to a reduction in tuition.
A negative examination can be repeated twice. The student will be charged an administrative fee
of € 30,--.


                                       10. End of registration
The deadline for the application is one month prior to programme start.

                                             11. Location
Danube University Krems (Austria)

                                           12. Tuition Fee
€ 25.000,-
Conditions of payment and cancellation: After receiving the “Assurance of a study place“, a
deposit of 10% of the Tuition fee is to be paid. A cancellation of the contract is only possible up to
4 weeks prior to the beginning of the course. In this case, a cancellation fee of 10 % of the partici-
pant´s fee will be charged.

                                       13. Stipends (Financial Aid)
We recommend interested parties from Austria to look at the following websites:
http://www.kursfoerderung.at
http://www.bildungsmanagement.at/download/foerderungen.pdf

To interested parties from Germany the following website is recommended:
www.bafoeg.bmbf.de

                                          14. Lecturers (Extract)
Facelift:           Yoram Levy – Munich, Holzkirchen, D
                    Mike Yaremchuk – Harvard Medical School Boston, USA
                    Kurt Vinzenz – Medical University of Vienna, Evangelisches Krankenhaus Vi-
                    enna, AT

Nose:               Hans Behrbohm – Charite Berlin, D
                    Axel Arlt – Darmstadt, D

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          E. Tardy jr. - Chicago, USA

Eyelid:   Horst Hübner – Trier, D




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Clefts:           Kenneth Salyer – Dallas, USA

Cancer:           Peter Cordeiro - Memorial Sloan Kettering NY, USA

Trauma:           Joseph Helman – Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, USA

Orthognathic sur.: Joachim Obwegeser – University of Zurich, CH

Face Implants:    Mike Yaremchuk – Harvard Medical School Boston, USA
                  Kurt Vinzenz – Medical University of Vienna, Evangelisches Krankenhaus Vien-
                  na, AT
                  William Binder – Beverly Hills, USA

Lipotransfer:     Sanja Schulller-Petrovic – Medical University of Vienna, AT

                                        15. Graduation
Master of Science in Esthetic Face Surgery (MSc)

                                         16. Evaluation
We depart from the motto: Whoever does not strive to become better will soon stop to be good at
all. Thus we are concerned from the very beginning with a good quality. To that objective contrib-
utes:
Self Evaluation
    • All lecturers are evaluated with an anonymous questionnaire
    • Meetings of the lecturers: Lecturers discuss with each other the content of their teaching.
External Evaluation
Evaluation by the Scientific Board. All aspects of the course are being assessed and improve-
ments are proposed in case defects were identified.

                                17. Status (subject to change)
08.04.2010 lk

                                  18. Application and information
For answering your questions we are at your disposal from Monday through Thursday from 08:00
am to 4:00 pm, on Friday from 08:00 am to 2:30 pm.
Danube University Krems
Center for Management and Quality in Healthcare
Dr.-Karl-Dorrek- Straße 30, 3500 Krems, AUSTRIA
Head: Ass.-Prof. i.R. Dkfm. Dr. Albin Krczal
Course Director
Univ.-Prof. DDr. Kurt Vinzenz
Phone: +43 (0)1 405 6505, Fax: +43 (0)1 405 6505-9, kurt.vinzenz@ext.donau-uni.ac.at
Program Management
Ass.-Prof. i.R. Dkfm. Dr. Albin Krczal, Donau-Universität Krems, Phone: +43 (0)2732 893-2641,
Fax: +43 (0)2732 893-4602, albin.krczal@donau-uni.ac.at
Administration
Mag.a (FH) Lydia Krejci, Donau-Universität Krems, Phone: +43 (0)2732 893-2815,
Fax: +43 (0)2732 893-4602, lydia.krejci@donau-uni.ac.at
Homepage: http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/zmqg




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 Danube University Krems
 Center for Management und Quality in Healthcare
 Head: Ass.-Prof. i.R. Dkfm. Dr. Albin Krczal
 A-3500 Krems, Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 30, www.donau-uni.ac.at/zmqg
 Tel.: +43/2732/893/2640, albin.krczal@donau-uni.ac.at



                                    Courses of the Center
 Management in Healthcare                           Nursing Science
    Hospital Management/Medical Senior Mgt. (C)          Basic Nursing Management (D)
    Healthcare Management (D, MSc, MBA)                  Nursing Management (MSc)
    Hospital Management (MBA)                            Nursing Education (D, MSc)
    Hospital Excellence (MBA)                            Interprofessional Pain Management (C, D,
    Patient Safety by Risik Management (C, MSc)          MSc*)
    Quality Management (C)                               Stoma and Incontinence Consulting (C, D,
    Risk- and Quality Management (D, MSc, MBA)           MSc*)
    Human Resource Management and Organisati-            Nursing Consultancy (D, MSc*)
    on Development in Healthcare (D, MSc, MBA)           Advanced Nursing Practice (MSc)
    Management of Technology in Healthcare (MSc,         Family Health Nurse (MSc)
    MBA)                                                 Gerontological Care (C, D*, MSc*)
    Midwifery (MSc, MBA)                                 Complementary Nursing Care (D, MSc)
    Emergency Health Services Management (D,             Wounds Management* (C, D)
    MSc, MBA)
    IT in Healthcare (D, MSc, MBA)
    Management for Homes of the Elderly (MSc,
    MBA)
 Platform Interdisciplinary Management              Pharma
    Leadership and Management (MSc)                       Pharmaceutical Management (D, MSc, MBA)
    Controlling* (C, D, MSc)                              Pharmaceutical Management (MBA)
    Business Development* (MSc)                           Global Pharmaceutical Business Manage-
    Advanced Business Development* (MSc)                  ment* (MBA)
    Public Affairs * (MSc)                                Pharma Consultant (C)
    Management Seminars/Work Shops
 Health Promotion and Prevention                    Medical Technical Services
    Occupational Health Promotion (MSc)                  Logopedics (MSc)
    Occupational Health Management (C, D, MSc,           Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy (MSc)
    MBA)                                                 Physiotherapy (MSc)
                                                         Radiology (MSc)
 Cinical Medicine                                        E-Health (MSc)
                                                         Reproductive Technology and Sciences (MSc)
    Advanced Orthopedic Surgery (C, MSc*)                Esthetic Face Surgery (MSc)*
    Allergology/Allergotoxicology (MSc)                  Orofacial Esthetics* (MSc)
    Clinical Optometry (MSc)                             Palliative Sciences and Medicine* (MSc)
    Geriatric Medicine (MSc)                             Orthopedics* (MSc)
    Interdisciplinary Pain Management (MSc)              Wound Care* (MSc)
    Neuroorthopedics (D, MSc)
 Education
     Health Education (MSc)
     Medical Education (MSc)
Degree: C (Certificate), D (Diploma), Master: MSc, MBA
* in Planning
Status quo: April 6, 2010 krc



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