Category Archives: 2nd year
A 1 semester course with weekly lectures and practical lessons, which begin half way through the semester. The exam, is a written exam with 3 questions.
A 1 semester course, with weekly lessons, practicals and lectures. You must prepare topics for the lessons. There are 3 tests during the semester, each comprising of 15 questions and you need to get 30/45 to pass. If you fail to get 30 points, then you must do the credit test at the end of the semester.
Exam: “Ropot” part (on the computer), with 13/25 to pass, then u can proceed to the oral part – 3 questions.
This is a 2 semester course, with weekly practicals and lectures. There is a credit test at the end of the semester.
Exam: Consists of 3 parts: written part – multiple choice (14/20 to pass); practical part – based on the practical topics from both semesters and an oral part, with 3 questions.
This is taught until the end of 4th year. In this semester, you will continue to learn language skills and begin learning medical Czech, which helps you to communicate with patients. There are credit tests at the end of every semester and at the end of each year, there is an exam consisting of a written and oral part.
The toughest of all 3 anatomy semesters. This semester is based purely on neuroanatomy. Once again, there are weekly lessons and lectures. At the end of this semester, there is the Anatomy exam, which consists of 2 parts: the first part, which is on the computer part, with 16 multiple choice questions and a 12/16 pass mark. It is then followed by an oral part, with 4 questions.
Histology & Embryology:
A continuation of this course, with weekly practical lessons and lectures. There are 3 tests in each semester and must pass all to obtain credit.
Exam: It is at the end of this semester and it consists of a slides exam (6/10 to pass) and then 3 oral questions.
It is a 2 semester course, with weekly practical lessons and lectures. Once again, you must prepare the background to the practical topics for each lesson.
Exam: It is at the end of the 4th semester and consists of 3 parts: written multiple choice (15/20 to pass); the second part is the practical part, which is based on the practical topics from the semester; the third part is the oral part, with 2 questions.
This is taught until the end of 4th year. In this semester, you will develop your language skills. There are credit tests at the end of every semester and at the end of each year, there is an exam consisting of a written and oral part.
Nursing and Communication:
This course, is taught in either of the 2nd year semesters, with 4 lessons per semester – 2 theoretical ones and 2 practical ones. 100% attendance needed for obtaining credit.
1) Clinically Oriented Anatomy – by Keith L. Moore, Arthur F. Dalley, Anne M. R. Agur – Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2009); ISBN 1605476528
2) Atlas of Human Anatomy by Netter, Frank H., 5th ed. (2010); ISBN 1416059512
3) Gross Anatomy and Structure of the Human Nervous System – Part I. Surface Anatomy and Structural Arrangement of the Central Nervous System (1999) by Petr Dubový; ISBN 8021021764 (Faculty book)
4) Instructions for Anatomical Dissection Course (1995) by Petr Dubový; ISBN 802101234X (Faculty book)
5) Color Atlas and textbook of Human Anatomy – Volume 3 Nervous System: 3-13-533505-4
6) Sobotta: Atlas of Human Anatomy, Vol. 1: Head, Neck, Upper Limb (2006) by Johannes Sobotta; ISBN: 0443103488
Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy, Vol 2: Thorax, Abdomen, Pelvis, Lower Limb (2006) by Johannes Sobotta; ISBN: 0443103496
Histology and Embryology:
1) Basic Histology (12th Edition) by Luis C. Junqueira, José Carneiro (2009) ISBN: 0071630201
2) The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology by K. L. Moore, T.V.N Persaud, 8th ed. (2007) ISBN: 9781416037064
1) Physiology by Linda S. Costanzo, 3rd ed (2006); ISBN: 1416023208
2) Ganong’s Review of Medical Physiology, 23rd Edition, (2009) – by Kim E. Barrett, PhD, Susan M. Barman, Scott Boitano, Heddwen L. Brooks; ISBN: 0071605673
3) Textbook of Medical Physiology by Arthur Guyton, 10th ed. (2000); ISBN: 072168677X
4) Color Atlas of Physiology by Stefan Silbernagl, 6th ed. (2008); ISBN: 3135450066
1) Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry (Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews) (Paperback) by Pamela C., Ph.D. Champe, Richard A., Ph.D. Harvey, Denise R., Ph.D. Ferrier – 5th ed. (2010) ISBN: 9781609139988
2) Harper’s Illustrated Biochemistry LANGE Basic Science by Robert K. Murray, Darryl K. Granner, Peter A. Mayes, Victor W. Rodwell – 28th ed. (2009) ISBN: 0071625917
3) Color Atlas of Biochemistry by Jan Koolman, 2nd ed (2004) ; ISBN: 1588902471
Color Atlas of Neuroscience by Ben and Adam Greenstein (2000); ISBN: 0865777101
1) Clinical Microbiology Made Ridiculously Simple, Edition 3 Mark Galdwin and Bill Trattler, (2004); ISBN: 0940780496
2) Medical microbiology, 17th ed. (2007) by David Greenwood, Richard Slack, John Peutherer and Michael Barer; ISBN: 0443102090
3) Lippincott’s Microbiology, 2nd ed. (2006) by Pamela C. Champe, Richard A. Harvey and Bruce D. Fisher, ISBN: 0781782155
Do You Want To Speak Czech? Chcete Mluvit Cesky? (Czech for Beginners); ISBN 8090111920