Students who succesfully complete this course,
- have acquired advanced knowledge and (technical) skills proper to the specialty on the level of the physician
- have developed problem solving capacity and have applied it in practice
- are able to analyse and interpret domain specific data
- are able to formulate a problem in the discipline, to collect data, to analyse, interprete and report about the data
- address the patient care in a scientific manner
The students have acquired the basic knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide patient care under supervision, they have completed a clerkship in all major areas of medicine. They have chosen to continue their study in specialist medicine. They have learned to handle a medical problem in a scientific (i.e. evidence based) way.
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Slides, transparencies, courseware
Order of Enrolment
You may only take this course if you comply with the prerequisites. Prerequisites can be strict or flexible, or can imply simultaneity. A degree level can be also be a prerequisite.
STRICT: You may only take this course if you have passed or applied tolerance for the courses for which this condition is set.
FLEXIBEL: You may only take this course if you have previously taken the courses for which this condition is set.
SIMULTANEOUS: You may only take this course if you also take the courses for which this condition is set (or have taken them previously).
DEGREE: You may only take this course if you have obtained this degree level.
( STRICT(E00N5B) AND STRICT(E00N8B) AND STRICT(E01N5B) AND STRICT(E09M9B) AND STRICT(E06L7A) ) AND ( STRICT(E00N2B) OR STRICT(E00N2A) ) AND ( STRICT(E01N1B) OR STRICT(E01N1A) )
The codes of the course units mentioned above correspond to the following course descriptions:
E00N5B : Clerkship Internal Medicine
E00N8B : Clerkship Paediatrics
E01N5B : Clerkship Gynaecology and Obstetrics
E09M9B : Clerkship Surgery
E06L7A : Integrated Clinical Examination and Reasoning: Objective Structured Clinical Examination (Master's Thesis part 1)
E00N2B : Clerkship General Practitioner
E00N2A : Clerkship General Practitioner
E01N1B : Clerkship Psychiatrics/Neurology
E01N1A : Clerkship Psychiatrics/Neurology
Is also included in other courses
- Master of Medicine (Major Subject: Pre-Specialization) 240 ects.
Description of learning activities
The 'co-assistant' attends the interactive, discipline-specific lessons, seminars, courses, notes, asks questions and discusses.
Leerboek Kinder- en Jeugdpsychiatrie (ed. Frank Verhulst), 2006.
Written exam with four open theoretical questions on the elective course Children and Youth Psychiatry.