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Health Sciences

Medicine

Doctor of Medicine [at Third Faculty of Medicine]

6 years

€13000 pa

Programme profile


Charles University: Third Faculty of Medicine

The Third Faculty of Medicine of the Charles University was separated from the Faculty of General Medicine in 1953 as an independent Medical Faculty of Hygiene, which then specialised in problems of hygiene and preventive medicine. In 1990 the faculty developed a new study programme and a revised content and style, which emphasised a primary orientation toward general medicine while retaining a specific interest in preventive care.

The first two years of the programme are devoted to basic medical sciences, the third year to pre-clinical subjects and the fourth to the sixth year to clinical practice. Preventive medicine is included in both types of training, theoretical and clinical.

* Some later applications may be accepted

Fee is CZ330,000. Fee above is in Euro at the exchange rate in force on 01.04.2017

Programme content


Year 1: Structure and function of the human body locomotion system respiration, blood and body fluids uro-genital system, acid-base balance digestion and re absorption; Cell biology and genetics, medical chemistry and biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, cell and molecular immunology, structure of cells and tissues, general embryology, general biology and genetics; Biophysics and informatics, medical biophysics, nuclear medicine, radiology, sources of scientific information; Needs of the patient, basics of nursing, basic humanities

Year 2: Structure and function of the human body circulatory and immunity system, endocrine system, nervous system and regulation of motor function sensory organs; Needs of the patient, basic humanities, communication, basics of nursing; Methodologies, basic scientific methodology, bio statistic, epidemiology, health risk assessment and management

Year 3: Theoretical foundations of clinical medicine, general pathology, pathological physiology, microbiology, genetics disorder, imunopatology, general pharmology; Clinical propedeutics, internal medicine, surgery, neurology, dermatovenerology, ENT, ophthalmology, psychiatry, paediatrics, stomatology; Basic clinical problems, fever, pain, disorders of renal function and edemas, bleeding, endocrine and metabolic diseases, locomotion disorders

Year 4: Basic clinical problems, disturbance of the nervous system, mental disorders, dyspnoea and chest pain, GIT an abdominal complaints, cutaneous changes, tumours, sensory disorders, failure of vital functions, trauma, disorders of reproduction and development of the foetus, disorders of growth and development in postnatal period, aging and dying, disorder of immunity, pathology and pathophysiology, pathologies, pharmacology

Year 5: In the fifth and sixth years of study, the direction of study is focused on clinical training in different medical departments.Internal medicine, clinical biochemistry, radiology and nuclear medicine; Surgery, orthopaedics, stomatology-maxillofacial surgery; Neuro behavioural sciences, neurology, psychiatry; Gynaecology and obstetrics; Paediatrics, clinical genetics; Infection and geographic medicine; Otorhinolaryngology; Ophthalmology; Critical care; Dermatovenerology; Forensic medicine

Year 6: Internal medicine, clinical biochemistry; Surgery, orthopaedics, urology, burn medicine, plastic surgery, clinical anatomy; Gynaecology and obstetrics; Paediatrics; Preventative medicine, public health, general hygiene, nutrition, occupational medicine, sport medicine, child and adolescent health, epidemiology, family medicine.

Progression


Recognised by General Medical Council & Irish Medical Council

Entry Requirements


3 A-levels + 3 GCSE (grades between A and C) inc Maths. A-Levels to include Biology and one other Life Science

Scottish Students are required to have a SQC with 2 Advanced Highers and at least 4 Highers. Subjects to include Maths and Biology plus Chemistry OR Physics

Entrance exam in Biology, Chemistry & Physics OR Maths

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5. Subjects to include Maths

Entrance exam in Biology, Chemistry, & Physics OR Maths

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31 May