Charles University in Prague – 2nd Faculty of Medicine, V Úvalu 84, Praha 5, 150 06
Practical Medicine - International students, 6th year
A. Written test MCQ
B. Oral examination
A. Examples of MCQ
- Well recognised feature of grief reaction include
- Hostility towards others.
- Increased mortality among the bereaved.
- Feelings of quilt.
- Psychosomatic symptoms.
- Resolution within about four to six weeks.
- Characteristic features of osteoarthrosis of the knee include
- Pain increasing with exercise.
- Prolonged morning stiffness.
- Redness of the joint area.
- Quadriceps wasting.
- Early limping.
- Laryngeal carcinoma
- Is equally common in females and males.
- Should be suspected when hoarseness persist for more than two weeks.
- Is strongly related to cigarette smoking.
- Has the best prognosis when the tumour is confined to the vocal chord.
- When treated by total laryngectomy sometimes leaves the patient unable to speak normally.
B. Questions for oral examination
- Main features of GP are:
- What does it mean primary health care and secondary care in Czech republic?
- Explain the meaning of non-verbal communication.
- What does it mean an open question and a closed one.
- What you need to achieve in a consultation?
- How doctors talk to patient and why?
- What can attentive communication affect during consultation?
- The main duties of GP are:
- Does Czech GP care for children and women in his surgery and when he/she has a duty to take care of them?
- What belongs to general practitioners` continuity of care?
- Why is context of illness so important in primary care for setting up a diagnose?
- Why are medical records important?
- Explain opportunity for preventive care in primary care.
- How do you explain the problems to the patient?
- What does it mean informed consent?
- Breaking bad news - how would you manage it?
Total number of questions: 19