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General medicine

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  • Objective 1. Training and knowledge
  • To train a doctor with general and special competences, universal and
    subject-specific competences that contribute to his social mobility and
    sustainability in the labour market, readiness for postgraduate training
    with the subsequent implementation of professional medical practice in the
    chosen specialty.

  • Objective 2. Individual development
  • To develop students' purposefulness, organization, diligence, responsibility,
    citizenship, communication, tolerance, improvement the general culture

  • Objective 3. Professional development
  • To provide fundamental medical knowledge in delivering health care services,
    health protection and health promotion with focus on primary health care of
    the healthcare system. To train specialists who are able to carry out evidence-based
    preventive care, diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitation, with scientific research abilities

  • Objective 4. Community-based and patient-focus management
  • To train organizational, managerial and educational skills that meet the
    requirements of the modern world in the context of globalization;
    To develop of patient-oriented stereotypes, including safety and quality
    of health care interventions, quality management at community level

    Expected Outcomes

    1. Medical knowledge
    2. All students are expected to achieve an understanding of established and
      volving biomedical clinical, social, behavioural, and population sciences,
      and demonstrate the ability to identify and assess new information relevant
      to a question and to apply this knowledge to clinical problem-solving and scientific inquiry.

    3. Critical thinking and inquiry.
    4. All students are expected to be able to evaluate, analyse, and apply knowledge,
      to identify gaps in their own learning, to focus on personal growth and
      lifelong learning, and to engage in scholarly inquiry aimed at advancing knowledge
      in the ultimate service of relieving human suffering

    5. Patient care.
    6. All students are expected to demonstrate the ability to provide evidence-based,
      compassionate care for patients that is appropriate for the prevention, diagnosis,
      and treatment of illness and the promotion of health, and to work effectively
      as part of a team with other health professionals

    7. Professionalism.
    8. All students are expected to demonstrate a commitment to the highest standards
      of professional responsibility, integrity and accountability; adherence to ethical
      principles; self-awareness; and moral reasoning in relation to patients, colleagues, and society

    9. Interpersonal and Communications Skills
    10. All students are expected to demonstrate effective verbal, nonverbal, and written
      communication skills, and to build collaborative and trusting relationships with patients,
      families, and colleagues

    11. Organizational and Social Determinants of Health Care
    12. All students are expected to demonstrate an awareness of and responsiveness to the larger
      systems in which illness is experienced and in which care is delivered. In recognizing the
      social determinants of health and health care, they will demonstrate sensitivity to diverse
      populations, whether based on ethnicity, culture, gender, economic status, or sexual orientation.

    13. Organization and managem
    14. All students are expected to demonstrate an understanding of the organization of health
      care systems, their role and place at the community level, mechanisms of cross-sectoral
      interaction to strengthen and improve population health at community level

    To achieve this, it would be necessary to have uniform grammar, pronunciation and more common words.


  • Area of professional activity of graduates
  • The area of professional activity of the graduate who has mastered the program
    specialty, includes the protection of the health of citizens by ensuring the provision of medical
    assistance in accordance with the established requirements and standards in the field
    health care

  • Objects of professional activity of graduates
    • individuals (patients);
    • population;
    • a set of tools and technologies aimed at creating conditions for health protection citizens

  • Types of professional activities of graduates
  • Graduates who have mastered the specialty program in the specialty of
    General Medicine prepare for the following types of professional activity:
    • medical;
    • organizational and managerial;
    • research
    When developing and implementing the specialty program, IMU focused on
    specific types of professional activities for which a specialist is preparing, based on
    from the needs of the labor market, scientific research and material and technical resources

  • Tasks of the professional activity of graduates
  • A graduate who has mastered the specialty program is ready to solve the following
    professional tasks in accordance with the types of professional activity, on
    which the specialist program is focused on:

    Medical activity:

    • prevention of the occurrence of diseases among the population by conducting preventive and anti-epidemic measures;
    • carrying out preventive medical examinations, medical examinations, dispensary observation;
    • collection and medical and statistical analysis of information on health indicators the population of different age and sex groups, characterizing the state of their health;
    • diagnostics of diseases and pathological patients;
    • diagnostics of emergency conditions;
    • pregnancy diagnostics;
    • carrying out an examination of temporary disability and participation in other types of medical expertise;
    • provision of primary medical health care on an outpatient basis and day hospital conditions;
    • provision of primary medical care in case of sudden acute diseases, conditions, exacerbation of chronic diseases not accompanied by a threat to the patient's life and not requiring emergency medical care;
    • participation in the provision of emergency medical care for conditions requiring urgent medical intervention;
    • provision of medical assistance in emergency situations, including participation in medical evacuation;
    • participation in medical rehabilitation and spa treatment;
    • the formation of motivation among the population, patients and members of their families, aimed at preserving and strengthening one's own health and the health of others;
    • teaching patients the basic hygienic measures of a health-improving nature, contributing to the prevention of disease and health promotion;

    Organizational and management activities:

    • application of the basic principles of organizing the provision of medical care in medical organizations and their structural units;
    • creation of favorable conditions in medical organizations for the stay of patients and labor activity of medical personnel;
    • maintaining medical records in medical organizations;
    • organization of medical examination;
    • participation in the organization of assessing the quality of medical care to patients;
    • compliance with the basic requirements of information security;

    Research activities:

    • analysis of scientific literature and official statistical reviews, participation in conducting statistical analysis and public presentation of the results;
    • participation in the solution of individual research and scientific-applied problems in the field of health care for diagnosis, treatment, medical rehabilitation and prevention.

    Working days:
    Monday - Saturday
    8:30 - 17:30


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