Type of the exam: oral
- Basic definitions in communication and their role in medical practice: basic elements, axioms and levels in communication; verbal communication.
- The role of non-verbal communication.
- The role of active listening and the role of empathy.
- The doctor-patient consultation.
- Communication issues in patient information.
- Patient education and shared decision making.
- Convincing strategies in medical practice: learning theories and cognitive models;
- Convincing strategies in medical practice: the role of arguments, behavior change model.
- The role of suggestive communication in the doctor-patient interactions.
- Communication with acute patients.
- Communication with sick children.
- Communication with older patients.
- Communication with somatizing patients.
- Communication with alcohol- and drug-dependent patients.
- Communication about sexual problems.
- Communication aspects with patients committing suicide attempt.
- Prevention and management of violence
- Communicating the diagnosis of incurable disease.
- Breaking news of death and congenital disorders.
Application for the exam: Through the Neptun system.
Changing the application for the exam: Through the Neptun system.