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Introduction in Clinical Medicine

Name of the subject: Introduction to Clinical Medicine

Credits: 2

Total number of hours:30; lectures:12 (6*2); practices:18 (6*3); seminars:-

Type of the course (mandatory/elective): mandatory

Academic year: 2021/2022

Code of the course1: AOKCSA249_1A

Course director: Prof. Dr. Peter Torzsa

Contact details: H- 1085 Budapest, Stáhly u. 7-9. Phone: +36-1-355-8530

Position: Head of Department

Date and number of Habilitation: 11/2020

Tutor: Dr. Adam Becze

Aim of the subject and its place in the curriculum:

Preventive approach, screening procedures

Presenting patients

Holistic patient care

Managing complex bio-psycho-social-health problems

Care of frequent chronic illnesses

Differential diagnostics

Using basic diagnostic means and tools on their own and assessing test results

Development of professional consciousness.

Most frequent diseases in the clinical department and the general practitioner’s office. Case reports.

Referral of patients. The medical consultation.

Communication with the patient and his/her relatives. The role of the family in the treatment of and care for acute and chronic diseases.

Effective cooperation with patients. Means to improve compliance.

The importance of disease prevention.

Team work in medicine.

Overview of the research activity at the clinical department. Raising interest in participating.

Location of the course (lecture hall, practice room, etc.): Lecture hall, family practices, clinics

Competencies gained upon the successful completion of the subject:

Prerequisite(s) for admission to the subject: Only for students in the 2nd year, following completion of the Medical Profession program

Minimum and maximum number of students registering for the course: –

Student selection method in case of oversubscription: 15 students/group

How to register for the course: Registration for the course in the ’Neptun’ system

Detailed thematic of the course2:

1st-6th week: internal medicine, public health, dermatology, urology, pulmonology, neurology lectures

7th week: internal medicine, surgery, paediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics and gynecology, family medicine, orthopaedics, traumatology, cardiology, dermatology, urology, pulmonology, neurology, public health according to the attendance sheet

8th week: internal medicine, surgery, paediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics and gynecology, family medicine, orthopaedics, traumatology, cardiology, dermatology, urology, pulmonology, neurology, public health according to the attendance sheet

9th week: internal medicine, surgery, paediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics and gynecology, family medicine, orthopaedics, traumatology, cardiology, dermatology, urology, pulmonology, neurology, public health according to the attendance sheet

10th week: internal medicine, surgery, paediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics and gynecology, family medicine, orthopaedics, traumatology, cardiology, dermatology, urology, pulmonology, neurology, public health according to the attendance sheet

11th week: internal medicine, surgery, paediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics and gynecology, family medicine, orthopaedics, traumatology, cardiology, dermatology, urology, pulmonology, neurology, public health according to the attendance sheet

12th week: internal medicine, surgery, paediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics and gynecology, family medicine, orthopaedics, traumatology, cardiology, dermatology, urology, pulmonology, neurology, public health according to the attendance sheet

Week 13: Homework: Essay

Week 14: Exam: Essay

Potential overlap(s) with other subjects:-

Special training activities required3:-

Completed attendance sheet

Policy regarding the attendance and making up absences: It’s compulsory for the student to attend 75 percent of the training sessions, but if needed the student can join another training group to be able to meet this requirement if they missed some of the training sessions in the original group.

Means of assessing the students’ progress during the semester4:

Requirement for acknowledging the semester (signature): It’s compulsory for the student to attend at least 75 percent of the training sessions.

Type of the examination: Essay

Exam requirements5: Case study (essay, typed, 1,400 characters as the minumum length, Times New Roman font, font size 12, single spacing) of a specific patient chosen on the basis of the following topics: internal medicine, surgery, paediatrics, psychiatry, dermatology, orthopaedics, family medicine, nephrology, transplantation, neurology.

Deadline for handing in the essay is the 14th week

Type and method of grading6Grading is based on the essay according to the following criteria:

Grade 1: failing to hand in the essay on the deadline, the number of characters is under 1,400, the case study is not original, but plagiarism

Grade 2: absence of a case study, but the other requirements are met

Grade 3: there is a case study, but too general drafting, without any personal experience

Grade 4: there is a case study, one not too significant professional/technical mistake

Grade 5: precise and accurate wording in the medical jargon, personal opinion about the patient’s case

How to register for the exam: Registering for the exam in the ’Neptun’ system

Opportunities to retake the exam: In accordance with the Studies and Exams Code