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Master Thesis in Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy: part 2

Course Code :2011GENRVK
Study domain:Rehabilitation Sciences
Academic year:2020-2021
Semester:1st/2nd semester
Sequentiality:
Contact hours:13
Credits:14
Study load (hours):392
Contract restrictions: Faculty decision based on student file
Language of instruction:Dutch
Exam period:exam in the 2nd semester
Lecturer(s)Steven Truijen
Wilhelm Mistiaen
Evi Schaerlaken
Ann Hallemans
Lies Durnez
Alexandra Vermandel
Wim Saeys
Luc Vereeck
Dirk Vissers
Nathalie Roussel
Willem De Hertogh
Nick Gebruers
Ulrike Van Daele
Filip Struyf
Hanne Verbelen
Hedwig Neels
Joke De Pauw
Kevin Kuppens
Tinne Van Aggelpoel
Christel Vanroy
Mira Meeus
Patricia Van de Walle
Greta Peeters
Martine Van Parijs
Jill Meirte
Kris Ides
Wendy Hens
Lenie Denteneer
Emmanuel Jacobs
Stefan Deckx
Jessica Van Oosterwijck
Sebastiaan Naessens
Eric van Breda
Benjamin Vanthienen
Jill Jochems
Nolan Herssens
David Beckwée
Karen Verheyen
Joris Lemmens
Lore Wyers
Lore Dams
Lotte Meert
Jonas Schröder
Michel Mertens
Timia Van Soom
David Schieffelers
Samera El Bakkali
Annemarie Van der Wal
Elissa Embrechts
An De Groef
Nele Struyf
Charlotte De Vestel
Anke Claes
Rob Vanderstraeten
Claudia Cavaggion
Suzanne Brugghemans
Anneleen De Bruyn
Emily Boven
Ziyyat Abderrahim
Charlotte van der Waal
Charlotte Johnson
Noraly Vanden Dorpe
Kato Everaert
Anthe Foubert
Renata Fanfa Loureiro Chaves
Dorien Dombrecht
Valérie-Anne Chantrain
Lauren De Cock
Vincent Haenen

3. Course contents *

The student executes a research in the broad domain of rehabilitation and physiotherapy and describes this in an article.

Normally, the topic of the Master thesis Revaki part1 will be continued in the Master thesis Revaki part2.
When this is not the case, the student should contact the master thesis committee immediately (see Blackboard)

In the context of the master thesis, the student performs following tasks:

 

* update a systematic literature study (see Master thesis Revaki: part 1)
* synthesize this relevant literature;
* conduct a scientific research;
* process and interpret data;
* discuss the results;
* write the master thesis as an article according to given standards;
* presents and defends the thesis in public.

 

(see course Blackboard)