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Faculty of medicine

Dear Students, 

We would like to kindly inform you, that from the 16th of March 2020 our Department provides distance learning.

You find our teaching material HERE.

Our Zoom meetings can be reached HERE.  

 

The timetables of individual intakes are available on Neptun and our website as well:

2019:

2nd Intake (30th of September – 18th of October 2019)     Ambulance – Week 2 

3rd Intake (25th of November -13th of December 2019)    Ambulance –Week 1, Week 2

4th Intake (9th of December 2019- 10th of January 2020) Ambulance – Week 1, Week 2

2020:

1st Intake (17th of February  – 06th of March 2020)  Ambulance: Week 1

2nd Intake (2nd of March – 20th of March 2020)  Ambulance: Week 1

3rd Intake (4th of Mai – 22th of Mai 2020) 

4th Intake (18th of Mai –  5th of June)

Ambulance 25 th and 26 nd of June 2020

 

The lecture, the special seminar and the case study seminars (problem based learning) are held in the lecture hall located in the courtyard.

The meeting point before the out-, and in-patient practicals is the hall on the mezzanine where you can find lockers. You will be given locker keys and white coats there.

On the last day of the course a written test for merit can be taken. The successful completion of this test automatically grants a student a mark of 5 in the practical part of the exam, meaning that the practical does not need to be taken. Students who are unsuccessful, or who fail to take the merit test must take the practical part of the exam on the exam day. The exam consist of both practical and theoretical parts.

The registration for the exam is done in Neptun. The meeting point before the exam is the mezzanine hall at 8 a.m. Students who have to take the practical part of the exam, should get white coats because the practical part of the exam is taken before the theoretical part. The list of the topics in the three main subject areas for the theoretical part of the exam are available on our website. Students have to pull three questions randomly from each of three main subject areas.

Recommended reading list:

DOIT – Dermatology Online with Interactive Technology (http://www.cyberderm.net/)

Fitzpatrick’s Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, Eighth Edition

Shimizu’s Textbook of Dermatology (https://www.derm-hokudai.jp/shimizu-dermatology/)