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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION - DETAILED

Description of every course includes:


  • general course contents

  • development of general and specific competencies (knowledge and skills) for each course and/or module

  • forms of conducting classes and examination

  • list of required reading for the course and the exam

  • list of additional literature

  • credit value of each course in accordance with the ECTS

  • method of examination

  • method of monitoring the quality and success of each course and/or module

3.2.1. Year one


Course title

Medical humanities I: Introduction in Medicine

Code

MFM101

Category

Preclinical

Level

Basic

Study year

One

ECTS

Two

Faculty

Prof. Marija Definis Gojanović, MD, PhD

Prof. Vladimir Šimunović, MD, PhD

Prof. Ivan Kešina, PhD

Prof. Marko Jukić, MD, PhD

Slavica Kozina, MD, PhD

Mario Malički, MD

Goran Mijaljica, MD


Admittance requirements

None

Competencies (expected)

After course termination, student is expected to have an appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes about:

  1. Content of medical study;

  2. How the study program is structured;

  3. Expected competencies at the end of undergraduate study;

  4. New approaches in medical education;

  5. Assessment methodologies;

  6. Skills of efficient studying;

  7. Skills of exam preparation;

  8. Skill of exam taking,

  9. Skills in essay writing;

  10. Skills of decent and responsible handling of dead body;

  11. Responsibilities in case of sudden and violent death; and

  12. Patient’s privacy protection and principle of confidentiality.

Course content

1. Module One: What is the medicine?

1.1. What is medicine

1.2. Kinds of medicine

1.3. Quackery

1.4. Preconditions for successful study

1.5. Road to doctors’ diploma

1.6. Medical profession, lingo, titles, symbols

1.7. Medical professional organizations

1.8 .Control and self-control

2. Module Two: Competencies expected at the end of undergraduate study

2.1. Core medical knowledge

2.2. Clinical skills

2.3. Communication skills

2.4. Professional behavior

2.5. Academic attitude

2.6. Managerial skills

2.7. Educational skills

3. Module Three: Teaching methodologies

3.1. Traditional lectures

3.2. Seminars

3.3. Tutorials

3.4. Problem-based Learning, PBL

3.5. Clinical Case Study, CCS

3.6. Discussion groups learning

3.7. Confrontation method

3.8. Traditional educational software

3.9. Interactive educational software

3.10. Mannequins in Clinical Skills Lab.

3.11. Standardized patient

3.12. Hands-on learning in clinical setting

4. Module Four: Assessment methodologies

4.1. Objective Tests

4.1.1. Multiple Choice Test, MCT

4.1.2. Short Answer Test, SAT

4.1.3. Cross Match Test

4.1.4. True-False Test

4.1.5. Essay

4.2. Clinical skills examinations

4.2.1. Clinical examination of patients

4.2.2. Clinical examination of standardized Patient, SP

4.2.3. Objective Structured Clinical Examination, OSCE

4.3. Oral Examination, OE

4.3.1. Free oral examination

4.3.2. Oral examination with limited set of questions

4.3.4. Mixture
5. Module Five: Skills of studying, learning and exam preparation

5.1. Core and supplementary knowledge

5.2. Logical blocks of knowledge, skill of algorithms design

5.3. Skill of learning, new approach to studying

5.4. Permanent learning, permanent check up

5.5. Skill of exam preparation

5.6. Skill of tests solving

5.7. Ethics of the study and ethical principles



Literature

Šimunović, VJ. Vještina studiranja, pripremanja i polaganja ispita (English translation). Split: School of Medicine in Split, in preparation.


Auxiliary literature

Grmek MD, Budak A. Uvod u medicinu. Zagreb: Nakladni zavod Globus, 1996.

Teaching methodology

Lectures and seminars

Assessment methodology

Multiple choice test

Essay


Course language

Croatian

Quality assurance

Students’ anonymous survey

Result of teaching analysis






Course title

Medical Biology

Code

MFM102

Type

Preclinical

Level

Basic

Year

1

Semester

No

ECTS



9 (course has 100 hours)

Teacher

Professor Tatijana Zemunik, MD, PhD, Professor Marijana Peruzović, MD, PhD, Assistant professor Vesna Boraska, Marina Pehlić, MD

Competencies acquired

Explaining basic postulates of the modern biological science necessary for diagnostics and disease treatment and the future of medicine. Professional terminology needed for the continuous following of the modern biomedical literature will be extracted during the course. Basic cell biology, molecular biology, developmental biology and genetics with a special accent on human biology will be interpreted. Students will develop simple practical and communication skills and understanding of basic biological processes as well as critical thinking based on the acquired knowledge on modern biological science.

Adjusted according to the detailed Catalogue of knowledge and Catalogue of clinical skills.



Prerequisites

According to Study Regulations

Contents

Basics of molecular biology (DNA structure, replication, transcription and translation, gene expression, ribosome structure and function, posttranslation protein modification, protein breakdown, general and specific recombination, DNA analysis methods), cell biology (methods of cell research, cell evolution, structure and function of cell parts, nucleus, nucleolus, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi Complex, lysosomes and peroxisomes, sorting and transfer of proteins in the cell, cytoskeleton and cell movement, bioenergetics and metabolism, cell signalling, cell communication, cell cycle, cell cycle regulation, apoptosis), developmental biology and Genetics (fertilization and early embryonic development, cloning, teratogenesis, prenatal diagnosis, principles of inheritance, gene mutations, population genetics, gene therapy, Molecular Biology of cancer cells, human genome, chromosomes, cytogenetics ).


Recommended literature

Cooper GM, Hausman RE. Stanica - Molekularni pristup. Zagreb: Medicinska Naklada; 2004.

Cox TM, Sinclair J. Molekularna Biologija u medicini. Zagreb: Medicinska naklada; 2000.



Additional literature

Alberts B, Bray D, Johnson A, Lewis J, Raff M, Roberts K, Walter P. Essential cell biology. 2nd ed. New York (NY): Garland Science; 2004.

Griffiths AJF, Miller JH, Suzuki DT, Lewontin RC, Gelbart WM. An introduction to genetic analysis. 8th ed. New York (NY): WH Freeman & Co; 2005.

Gilbert SF. Developmental biology. 7th ed. Sunderland (MA): Sinauer Associates Inc.; 2003.


Forms of teaching

Lectures, seminars, practical work

Method of knowledge assessment and examination

Partial tests and oral and written exams

Language of teaching and possibilities of attending classes in other languages

Croatian (also possible in English)

Methods of monitoring quality and successful implementation of each course and / or module

- Analysis of the teaching quality by students and teachers

- Analysis of exam pass rates

- Report of the Committee for the control of Program implementation

- External evaluation (visits from teams for quality control of the National Agency for Quality Control, joining the TEEP)





Course title

Medical Physics and Biophysics

Code

MFM103

Type

Preclinical

Level

Basic

Year

1

Semester

No

ECTS



6 (course has 70 hours)

Teacher

Professor Davor Eterović PhD, Marija Raguž, PhD

Competencies acquired

Defining the basic empirical findings on how biological systems operate derived out of the fundamental laws of physics and simple models. Develop quantitative, deductive approach to the analysis of biological systems. Distinguish radiograph of scintigrams, echograms and images obtained by magnetic resonance imaging or computerized tomography, and recognize what these basic images of methods of medical diagnostics represent and to what purpose.


Prerequisites

According to Study Regulations

Contents

The basics of atomic physics, biotransports, membrane potentials, nerve signals, biomechanics, physics of the ear and hearing, physics of the eye and vision, physics of the heart and blood circulation, physics of lungs and breathing, the basics of nuclear physics, the passage of radiation through matter, radiation protection, nuclear medicine physics, radiologic physics, imaging by magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound physics.

Recommended literature

1. Pope JA. Medical physics. 2nd edition. Oxford: Heinemann; 1998.

2. Eterović D. Priručnik za praktični rad iz biofizike. Katedra za biofiziku i znanstvenu metodologiju. MF Split, šk. god. 1999./2000.

3. Eterović D. Fizikalne osnove slikovne dijagnostike. U: Janković S, Eterović D. Fizikalne osnove i klinički aspekti slikovne dijagnostike. Zagreb: Medicinska naklada; 2002.


Additional literature

1. Berne RM, Levy MN. Physiology, 3rd edition. Zagreb: Medicinska naklada; 1996.

2. Webb S. The physics of medical imaging. Bristol and Philadelphia: Institute of Physics Publishing; 2000.

Forms of teaching


Lectures, seminars, laboratory practical work

Method of knowledge assessment and examination

Written exam after the completion of practical work and seminars

Language of teaching and possibilities of attending classes in other languages

Croatian (also possible in English)

Methods of monitoring quality and successful implementation of each course and / or module

- Analysis of the teaching quality by students and teachers

- Analysis of exam pass rates

- Report of the Committee for the control of Program implementation

- External evaluation (visits from teams for quality control of the National Agency for Quality Control, joining the TEEP)





Course title

Social medicine

Code

MFM104

Type

Preclinical / public health

Level

Medium

Year

1


Semester

No

ECTS



2 (course has 25 hours)

Teacher

Professor Rosanda Mulić, MD, PhD,

Competencies acquired

Differentiating between health and illness, life and medical phenomena and the factors that affect them. Demonstrate basic knowledge and understanding of the importance of social aspects of health and illness and of the health protection of individuals, families and communities, as well as health needs and demands of individuals and primary communities, with emphasis on the needs of vulnerable groups. Demonstrating basic communication skills in working with the patient. Furthermore, demonstrating at the beginning of the program the knowledge, understanding and acceptance of basic principles of medical ethics and applying them during the studies.

Adjusted to the detailed Catalogue of knowledge and Catalogue of clinical skills.



Prerequisites

According to Study Regulations

Contents

The role and tasks of social medicine as part of medicine. Health and health standards. Illness and the natural course of illness. Factors affecting the health of individuals and communities. Health, population and economic development. Population policy. Effect of primary community on the health of the individual. Health and illness in the life cycle (childhood, adolescence, adulthood, old age). Health behaviour and principles of health education and health promotion. Basic communication skills with an individual / patient. Socio-medical problem and the basis for its solution. Basis of recognition of social and health needs of vulnerable groups. Basic principles of medical ethics and the ethics of medical students.


Recommended literature

Jakšić Ž, Kovačić L et al. Socijalna medicina. Zagreb: Medicinska naklada; 2000.

Additional literature

Jonjić A. et al. Uvod u medicinu i socijalna medicina. Rijeka: Zavod za javno zdravstvo; 2000.

Forms of teaching

Lectures, seminars

Method of knowledge assessment and examination

Written exam

Language of teaching and possibilities of attending classes in other languages

Croatian

Methods of monitoring quality and successful implementation of each course and / or module

- Analysis of the teaching quality by students and teachers

- Analysis of exam pass rates

- Report of the Committee for the control of Program implementation

- External evaluation (visits from teams for quality control of the National Agency for Quality Control, joining the TEEP)


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