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Neurobehavioral Sciences I. - CVSE4P0028
Title: Neurobehaviorální vědy I. (KPZM VIII)
Guaranteed by: Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology 3FM CU and NIMH (12-PCHI)
Faculty: Third Faculty of Medicine
Actual: from 2022
Semester: both
Points: 7
E-Credits: 7
Examination process:
Hours per week, examination: 22/118, C+Ex [HS]
Capacity: winter:unknown / unknown (unknown)
summer:unknown / unknown (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
Key competences:  
State of the course: taught
Language: Czech, English
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Level:  
Note: you can enroll for the course in winter and in summer semester
Guarantor: prof. MUDr. Jiří Horáček, Ph.D.
prof. MUDr. Ivana Štětkářová, CSc., MHA
Examination dates   Schedule   
Annotation -
Module Neurobehavioral Science I covers neurobehavioral diseases. In the fourth year (Neurobehavioral Sciences I) basic clinical aspects of neurology, neuroradiology, psychiatry, psychology and ENT are covered, as well as relevant topics from anatomy, pathology, pathophysiology and pharmacology. There are 9 lectures available only in the winter semester!!! for all groups. (units 71-82). There are 59 units (seminars, clinical seminars with controlled presence and practices), taught in blocks, see Schedule of classes for your group. Also, there are 2 units for self-study (01 and 02) For a list of topics, please, see Syllabus attached in Vyuka.
Last update: Novák Tomáš, MUDr., Ph.D. (01.10.2023)
Course completion requirements -

Credit
In order to receive the credit students must participate in a defined number of units (see below)and be active during the clinical seminars with controlled presence and practical training.
To obtain credit students must present themselves with Student´s Certificate (see Links below) with subcredits in form of signatures from teachers of ENT, neurology, and block of psychiatry (psychiatry + pharmacology).
For ENT 80% presence is required.
For neurology 80% presence during practical training and during obligatory seminars (Clinical seminar with controlled presence), passing bedside practical exam on neurological examination and prooving basic knowledge on general neurology (syndromes and topical diagnosis) is required.
For psychiatry (covers psychiatry and 4 practices of pharmacology) 80% presence during practical training and obligatory clinical seminars with controlled presence is required. 

The credits are given by a teacher from the Psychiatric clinic who is responsible for teaching unit number 60 (the last unit, at NIMH). Responsible teacher: MUDr. Tomas Novak (tomas.novak@nudz.cz).   

Student´s Certificate will be available during the first unit of the course or you can download it from Vyuka. Attendance will be recorded electronically or using an attendance sheet (signatures) according to the decision of each department. 

Last update: Novák Tomáš, MUDr., Ph.D. (01.10.2023)
Literature -

Please see http://vyuka.lf3.cuni.cz/

Subject [CVSE4P0028] Neurobehavioral Sciences I. - Study materials; file "Literature"

Neurology:

Bähr M. Duus´ Topical Diagnosis in Neurology. 6th Edition, Thieme Publishing Group, Stuttgart, 2019

Jones H.R., Netter F.H. Netter´s Neurology. Icon Learning Systems LLC, MediMedia, Inc. 2005 (ISBN 1-929007-06-X)

Lindsay K.W., Bone I., Callander R. Neurology and neurosurgery illustrated. Churchill Livingstone 1991 (and later)

Kotas R., Ambler Z. Essential General Neurology. Maxdorf, Prague, 2010

Mumenthaler M. Neurology. Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart 1990 or later.

Jones HR (Editor): Netter´s Neurology, Icon Learning Systems, Teterboro, New Jersey, 2005, ISBN 1-929007-06-X.

Adams RD, Victor M. Principles of Neurology. Mc Graw-Hill, New York, 1997 or later

 

Last update: Novák Tomáš, MUDr., Ph.D. (01.10.2023)
Requirements to the exam -

The exam is in the form of a written test. For details, please go to Vyuka, Informace o predmetu, Instructions for the Test. Before the test students will be informed about the test results announcement, possibility to see their test results upon request. This information as well as the results will be available in Vyuka, Informace o predmetu. Responsible teacher: MUDr. Monika Klírová, Ph.D.; monika.klirova@nudz.cz

Last update: Novák Tomáš, MUDr., Ph.D. (01.10.2023)
Syllabus -

Please see http://vyuka.lf3.cuni.cz/ Subject [CVSE4P0028] Neurobehavioral Sciences I. - General info and Classes 

Seminars, clinical seminars, and practice 

Psychiatry. Clinical examination of psychiatric patient part I. Clinical seminar

Psychiatry. Clinical examination of psychiatric patient part II. Clinical seminar

Pathology. Interactive neuropathological seminar. Seminar

Anatomy. Clinical anatomy for neurology.  Seminar.

Medical Psychology. Emotion, motivation and behavior. Seminar

Pharmacology. Pharmacology: Drugs in neurodegeneration and dementia (particularly in Alzheimer´s disease) and MS. Case studies. Practice

Pathophysiology. Peripheral motor disorders. Seminar.

Pathophysiology. Central motor disorders. Seminar.

Pathophysiology. Stroke. Seminar.

ENT. Hearing loss – causes and most common disorders, diagnostic and therapeutic options. Clinical seminar 

ENT. Disorders of the base of the skull from ENT perspective. Clinical seminar 

ENT. Vertigo and disturbances of balance. Diagnostic and treatment methods. Clinical seminar 

ENT. Disturbances of smell and taste. Most frequent disorders and diagnostic methods. Clinical seminar 

ENT. Hearing loss and voice disorders. Etiology, socioeconomic aspects and treatment in 21st century. Clinical seminar 

ENT. Sleep apnea and ronchopathie. Pathophysiology and surgical treatment. Clinical seminar 

Pharmacology: Antiepileptics. Medication for neuropathic pain. Case studies. Practice.

Radiology. Neuroimaging I. Imaging techniques in emergency neuroradiology - ictus, trauma. Seminar

Medical Psychology. Stress and trauma. Seminar

Radiology. Neuroimaging II. The role of MRI in neuroradiology -indications, contraindications. Basic MR pathologies. Seminar.

Radiology. Neuroradiology.  Imaging of spinal cord affections.  Seminar

Neurology. Neurologic history taking, conscious level assessment, disorders of speech and language. Clinical seminar 

Neurology. Cranial nerve examination, signs of damage. Clinical seminar with controlled presence.

Neurology. Patient (history taking, conscious level and orientation assessment, speech,  cranial nerve examination). Practice.

Neurology. Upper and lower motor neuron lesions, "mixed" lesion. Clinical seminar 

Neurology Examination of muscle tone, power, deep reflexes, pathologic reflexes (pyramidal signs). Practice

Neurology. Patient (examination of paresis). Practice

Neurology.  Sensory system, impairment od sensation in relation to the site of the lesion, examination. Meningeal syndrome. Clinical seminar

Neurology. Spinal cord syndromes. Clinical seminar 

Neurology. Patient – sensory impairment, meningeal syndrome, examination and diagnostic analysis Practice

Neurology. Examination of vertebral column, spinal radicular syndromes. Clinical seminar 

Neurology. Patient -Examination of vertebral column, spinal radicular syndromes. Practice

Pathology. Cerebrovascular and trauma damage of CNS. Seminar

Medical Psychology: Memory, learning and attention. Seminar

Pharmacology: Antipsychotics, antidepressants, mood stabilizers. Medication for bipolar disorder. Case studies. Practice

Anatomy. Clinical anatomy for psychiatry. Seminar

Neurology. Cerebellar syndromes, examination. Extrapyramidal syndromes, symptomatology. Clinical seminar 

Neurology. Patient - examination and analysis of the case, cerebellar examination, examination of the extrapyramidal signs.Practice

Neurology Examination of patients, imaging method findings. Practice

Neurology. Examination of patients and case analysis. Practice

Neurology. Examination of patients and case analysis, examination of students. Practice

Pharmacology: Pharmacology: Drugs used in Parkinson´s disease. Anxiolytics, hypnotics, medication for anxiety disorders, and insomnia. Case studies with discussion. Practice.

Psychiatry: Psychopathology I: disturbances of consciousness, perception, and thinking Practice

Psychiatry: Psychopathology II: disturbances of cognitive functions. Practice

Psychiatry: Disturbances of emotions and behavior. Psychopathology II: disturbances of cognitive functions. Clinical seminar 

Psychiatry. Psychotic disorders: symptoms, syndromes, course. Practice

Psychiatry. Psychotic disorders. Patient. Practice

Psychiatry  Psychotic disorders. Neurobiology. Seminar

Psychiatry. Affective disorders: symptoms, syndromes, course. Practice

Psychiatry. Affective disorders: Patient. Practice

Psychiatry. Affective disorders. Neurobiology. Seminar

Psychiatry. Anxiety disorders. Symptoms, syndromes, course. Practice

Psychiatry. Anxiety disorders. Patient. Practice

Psychiatry. Anxiety disorders: Neurobiology. Seminar.

Psychiatry. Addiction. symptoms, syndromes, course. Practice

Psychiatry. Addiction. Examination of the patient. Practice

Psychiatry. Addiction. Neurobiology. Seminar

Psychiatry. Child psychiatry. Practice.

Psychiatry. Sleep disorders. Practice.

Psychiatry. Summary, feedback, credit. Practice

Lectures 

Pathology. Neuropathology of neurodegeneration.

Pathophysiology. Epilepsy. Sleep disorders.

Pathology. Pathology of dementia.

Pathology. Pathology of basal ganglia.

Neurology. Higher nervous activity. Syndromes of particular brain lobes.

Neurology. Upper and lower motor neuron lesions, topical diagnostic.

Pathology. Pathology of demyelination and inflammatory disorders of CNS.

Neurology: Cranial nerves and brain stem syndromes.

Pathology. Pathology of muscles and nerves. 

 

 

Last update: Novák Tomáš, MUDr., Ph.D. (28.09.2022)
Entry requirements -

Prerequisites: In order to take part in the exam from Neurobehavioural Sciences I, the exam from General Foundations of Pathology and Pathophysiology must be passed successfully.

Last update: Novák Tomáš, MUDr., Ph.D. (01.10.2023)
Course completion requirements -

Credit
In order to receive the credit students must participate in a defined number of units (see below)and be active during the clinical seminars with controlled presence and practical training.
To obtain credit students must present themselves with Student´s Certificate (see Links below) with subcredits in form of signatures from teachers of ENT, neurology, and block of psychiatry (psychiatry + pharmacology).
For ENT 80% presence is required.
For neurology 80% presence during practical training and during obligatory seminars (Clinical seminar with controlled presence), passing bedside practical exam on neurological examination and prooving basic knowledge on general neurology (syndromes and topical diagnosis) is required.
For psychiatry (covers psychiatry and 4 practices of pharmacology) 80% presence during practical training and obligatory clinical seminars with controlled presence is required. 

The credits are given by a teacher from the Psychiatric clinic who is responsible for teaching unit number 60 (the last unit, at NIMH). Responsible teacher: MUDr. Tomas Novak (tomas.novak@nudz.cz).   

Student´s Certificate will be available during the first unit of the course or you can download it from Vyuka. Attendance will be recorded electronically or using an attendance sheet (signatures) according to the decision of each department. 

Last update: Novák Tomáš, MUDr., Ph.D. (01.10.2023)
 
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