Terms IV and V: Clinical Terms

Term IV and V are designed as clinical training courses. Courses are performed at all internal and surgical departments for predetermined time periods.

Clinical training courses in Term IV

Training courseDuration (working days)
Internal Medicine Group I (Gastroenterology/Hematology/Medical Oncology/Geriatrics)36
Internal Medicine Group II (Endocrinology/Immunology and Allergy/Rheumatology/Nephrology)36
General Surgery36
Neurology12
Psychiatry12
Chest Diseases12
Cardiology12
Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology12
Chest Diseases/Immunology-Allergy/ Rational drug use6
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry6

Selective courses:
Students are expected to choose a selective course for 2 credits.
Professional reading and writing (English)
Preparation for Medical Speciality Examination (English)
Voluntary Health Professionalism
Middle age Diseases in the West
Becoming a Leader Physician

Half Term Theoretical lectures
Radiation Therapy
Forensic Sciences

Clinical Clerkships in Term V

ClerkshipDuration (working days)
Gynecology and Obstetrics25
Pediatrics35
Pediatric Surgery6
Radiology6
Dermatology12
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation12
Public Health12
Emergency Medicine3
Chest Surgery9
Anesthesiology and Reanimation12
Ophthalmology12
Otorhinolaryngology12
Urology12
Orthopedics and Traumatology12

 

Selective clerkships

ClerkshipDuration (working days)
Sports medicine,
Family medicine,
Cardiovasculary Surgery
Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery,
Neurosurgery
6

 

Half Term Theoretical Lectures
Ethics
Nuclear medicine
Instruction methods

Lectures (theoritical presentations)
Laboratory practices
Case discussions
Bed site visits

Measurement and Evaluation
Students are assessed in four different ways during clinical training period.
Mid examination
Reporting
Verbal examination
Multiple choice questions