Teaching and learning methods during the study at NVU Medical School

  • Inter-active lectures, seminars, workshops;
  • Bedside teaching;
  • Use of simulators and relevant software at Clinical skills lab;
  • Playing patient’s or doctor’s roles;
  • Laboratory teaching;
  • Presentations;
  • Participation in research;
  • Night calls.

Evaluation of students’ knowledge and skills is performed by oral exams, MCQ tests, OSCE, portfolio and presentations.

Graduates will acquire the following competencies:

  • Carry out a consultation with a patient;
  • Assess clinical presentations, order investigations, make differential diagnoses, and negotiate a management plan;
  • Provide immediate care of medical emergencies, including First Aid and resuscitation;
  • Prescribe drugs;
  • Carry out practical procedures;
  • Communicate effectively in a medical context;
  • Apply ethical and legal principles in medical practice;
  • Assess psychological and social aspects of a patient's illness;
  • Apply the principles, skills and knowledge of evidence-based medicine;
  • Use information and information technology effectively in a medical context;
  • Apply scientific principles, method and knowledge to medical practice and Research;
  • Promote health, engage with population health issues and work effectively in a health care system.