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Neurobehavioral sciences II. - CVSE5P0059
Title: Neurobehaviorální vědy II.
Guaranteed by: Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology 3FM CU and NIMH (12-PCHI)
Faculty: Third Faculty of Medicine
Actual: from 2021
Semester: both
Points: 0
E-Credits: 0
Examination process:
Hours per week, examination: 0/0, STEX [HT]
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:  
Additional information: https://inis17.lf3.cuni.cz/vyuka/
Note: you can enroll for the course in winter and in summer semester
Guarantor: prof. MUDr. Jiří Horáček, Ph.D.
Classification: Medicine > Clinical Disciplines
Examination dates   Schedule   
Annotation -
see: http://vyuka.lf3.cuni.cz/ Module Neurobehavioral Sciences II (MNS II, 5th year) follows MNV I. There are 168 hours in MNV II covering clinical aspects of a) psychiatry together with relevant topics from pharmacology; b) neurology together with relevant topics from neuroradiology, and nuclear medicine; and c) neurosurgery. There are 17 seminars and 52 practices available during the 5-week course in both winter and summer semesters and 15 lectures once a year in the winter semester. For a list of topics, see https://inis17.lf3.cuni.cz/vyuka/ [CVSE5P0059] Neurobehavioral sciences II / Classes
Last update: Novák Tomáš, MUDr., Ph.D. (01.10.2023)
Aim of the course -

The main goal in the 5th year is to achieve practical clinical skills with an emphasis on diagnostics and treatment of brain disorders (psychiatry, neurology, and neurosurgery).

For more info see https://inis17.lf3.cuni.cz/vyuka/ 

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

Psychiatry

Gelder M. et al. Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry. Oxford University Press, paperback – 1996 or newer edition
Jarema M. editor. Practical Aspects of Psychiatry. A Manual for general Practitioners and Psychiatrists in Training. Amepra, 2009
Roberts LW, Layde JB, Balon R. editors. International Handbook of Psychiatry. A Concise Guide for Medical Students, Residents, and Medical Practitioners World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte.Ltd. 2013
Sadock BJ, Kaplan HI. Kaplan and Sadock´s Synopsis of Psychiatry. Baltimore: Williams&Wilkins, 1998 or newer edition
Sadock BJ, Kaplan HI, Ruiz P. Kaplan and Sadock´s Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry Ninth Edition. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 2009
Stahl SM. Stahl's Essential Psychopharmacology: Neuroscientific Basis and Practical Applications. Cambridge University Press; 4th edition, 2013

For Neurology and Neurosurgery see https://inis17.lf3.cuni.cz/vyuka/ [CVSE5P0059] Neurobehavioral Sciences II.

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)

Mumenthaler M. Neurology. Thieme 1990 (and later)

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

 

Last update: Kellerová Valja, doc. MUDr., DrSc. (25.01.2022)
Teaching methods -

There are 17 seminars and 52 practices available during the 5-week course in both winter and summer semesters and 15 lectures once a year in the winter semester

for more info see  https://inis17.lf3.cuni.cz/vyuka/ [CVSE5P0059] Neurobehavioral Sciences II.

 

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

Students obtain 3 separate credits (neurology, psychiatry, neurosurgery) as a part of Neurobehavioral Sciences II. 

Requirements for credit from Neurology: 80% presence during practical training (inclusive of investigations of the nervous system: EMG, evoked potentials, EEG, CSF, imaging methods, ultrasound) and during obligatory seminars is required and passing bedside practical exam: neurological examination, syndromes, topical diagnostics, etiology, indication and taking advantage of investigations, therapy.

Requirements for credit from Psychiatry: 80% presence during psychiatric practical training, and pharmacology. Also, students must pass practical part of the State Exam in the form of Psychiatric Report of the patient.

Requirements for credit from Neurosurgery: 80% presence during practical training

The final exam from NS II is in the form of the State Exam from Neurobehavioural Sciences. The exam consists of two parts. 1. Oral exam from Medical Psychology and Communication and 2. Commisional oral exam from Psychiatry and Neurology. Student is allowed to take part in the commisional psychiatry and neurology part only after successful result in Medical Psychology. For details about the State exam see State Exam Regulation, Questions for the commisional part of the state exam (Psychiatry and Neurology) please see.  

https://inis17.lf3.cuni.cz/vyuka/  [CVSE5P0059] Neurobehavioral Sciences II; General info; part Study materials 

 

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

Neurology

[1]  Cerebrovascular diseases  (Seminar) 

 [2]  Imaging methods  (Internship) 

 [3]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [4]  Inflammatory diseases of the Nervous System  (Seminar) 

 [5]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [6]  Cerebrospinal fluid, ultrasound  (Internship) 

 [7]  Neurooncology  (Seminar) 

 [8]  Electromyography  (Internship) 

 [9]  Evoked potencials I  (Internship) 

 [10]  Vertebrogenic disorders  (Seminar) 

 [11]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [12]  Radiodiagnostika - Vascular disease of the brain  (Seminar) 

 [13]  Electroencephalography  (Internship) 

 [14]  Evoked potentials II  (Internship) 

 [15]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [16]  Neuroimmune diseases  (Seminar) 

 [17]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [18]  Imaging methods of nuclear medicine in neurology - evaluation of brain and movement system  (Seminar) 

 [19]  Neuromuscular diseases  (Seminar) 

 [20]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [21]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [22]  Psychological assessment  (Practice) 

Psychiatry

 [23]  Pharmacology: individual work on the case studies concerning the nervous system disorders and psychic disorders problematic  (Practice) 

 [24]  Pharmacology: Individual work and collective discussion on the case studies concerning the nervous system disorders and psychic disorders problematic.  (Practice) 

 [25]  Organic disorders I: Delirium  (Practice) 

 [26]  Organic disorders II: Dementia, geriatric psychiatry  (Practice) 

 [27]  Personality disorders  (Practice) 

 [28]  Psychiatric examination: Teacher´s performance  (Internship) 

 [29]  Psychiatric examination: Teacher´s performance. (Comment: patient from other diagnostic cathegory than in 28, also, another teacher´s performance).  (Internship) 

 [30]  Therapy of psychotic disorders  (Practice) 

 [31]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [32]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [33]  Therapy of affective disorders  (Practice) 

 [34]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [35]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [36]  Therapy of anxiety disorders  (Practice) 

 [37]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [38]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [39]  Therapy of adictive disorders  (Practice) 

 [40]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [41]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [42]  Psychiatric emergency, life-threatening situations in psychiatry and first aid  (Practice) 

 [43]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [44]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [45]  Behavioral disturbances: Eating disorders and sexology (sexual dysfunctions and paraphilias)  (Seminar) 

 [46]  clinical training  (Internship) 

 [47]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [48]  Psychotherapy  (Seminar) 

 [49]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [50]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [51]  Organization of psychiatric care and forensic psychiatry  (Seminar) 

 [52]  Pharmacology: Individual work and collective discussion on the case studies concerning the nervous system disorders and psychic disorders problematic.  (Practice) 

 [53]  Crisis intervention  (Practice) 

 [54]  Clinical training  (Internship) 

 [55]  Clinical Training  (Internship) 

 [56]  Clinical training. Credit  (Internship) 

Neurology

 [57]  Epilepsy  (Seminar) 

 [58]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [59]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [60]  Extrapyramidal and cerevellar syndromes  (Seminar) 

 [61]  Sleep disorders and disturbances of consciousness  (Seminar) 

 [62]  Patient, ecamination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [63]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis  (Internship) 

 [64]  Epilepsy  (Seminar) 

 [65]  Patient, examination and diagnostic analysis, practical exam  (Internship) 

 [66]  Brain tumors  (Seminar) 

 [67]  Vascular disease of the brain and spinal cord  (Seminar) 

 [68]  Degenerative diseases of the spine  (Seminar) 

 [69]  Brain injury  (Internship) 

 [70]  Peripheral nerve injury, tumors, entrapment syndromes  (Internship) 

 [71]  Tumors of the spine and spinal cord  (Internship) 

 [72]  Children neurosurgery. Hydrocephalus. Epilepsy surgery.  (Internship) 

Lectures ones per year

 [81]  Diseases of the peripheral nervous system  (Lecture) 

 [82]  Pathophysiology of depression  (Lecture) 

 [83]  Freud and medicine  (Lecture) 

 [84]  Ischaemic cerebrovascular disorders  (Lecture) 

 [85]  Cerebral and subarachnoid hemorrhage  (Lecture) 

 [86]  Pharmacology: organic disorders therapy – interactions of most frequently prescribed drugs with drugs of psychic disorders.  (Lecture) 

 [87]  Neuroinfective diseases  (Lecture) 

 [88]  Pharmacology of alcohol, tobacco, and cannabis (risks, interactions, treatment of dependence)  (Lecture) 

 [89]  Headache  (Lecture) 

 [90]  Spine and spinal cord diseases  (Lecture) 

 [91]  Head injury  (Lecture) 

 [92]  Neuroimmune diseases  (Lecture) 

 [93]  Schizophrenia  (Lecture) 

 [94]  Brain tumors  (Lecture) 

 [95]  Dementia and symbolic functions  (Lecture) 

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

Passing Neurobehavioral Sciences I (exam test).

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