Learning outcomes:

The aim of teaching the discipline “Medical Information Infrastructure” is to train professionals capable of designing, modeling and developing information infrastructure for modern telemedical and biomedical systems.
general competencies: ability to abstract thinking, analysis and synthesis; knowledge and understanding of the subject area and understanding and understanding of professional activity; ability to apply knowledge in practical situations.
professional competencies: the ability to implement the principles of a systematic approach in the study of processes occurring in telecommunications and radio systems and means of telemedicine and biomedical purposes; ability to develop, improve and use modern software, hardware and software and hardware of telecommunication and radio engineering means and systems of biomedical purpose; ability to develop software and hardware for embedded biomedical systems and telemedicine.