The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences provides international students with an opportunity to study medicine in English. The School of Medicine offers a 6-year program for high school or secondary schools graduates (MD Program).
The Faculty of Medicine can pride itself on delivering the program content through excellence in didactic and clinical teaching by our highly qualified academic staff off physicians engaged in research, and on providing students with an educational environment conducive to learning, as well as on offering good quality accommodations around the University campus.
Summary of the article: Saying Goodbye to Lectures in Medical School — Paradigm Shift or Passing Fad? Richard M. Schwartzstein, M.D., and David H. Roberts, M.D.
Saying Goodbye to Lectures in Medical School — Paradigm Shift or Passing Fad?
Become a doctor, no lectures required-
this headline about the University of Vermont’s proposed new approach to medical education generated considerable controversy. Although this proposed change is more drastic than the curriculum reform taking place at other medical schools, the movement away from traditional lecture-based courses has been under way in U.S. medical schools for more than three decades. Transformation began with the introduction of problem-based learning; more recently, lecture-based teaching has increasingly been replaced by team-based learning, interprofessional education, and exercises integrating clinical medicine and basic science. But should all lectures be avoided?
Professor Stanisław Głuszek met all students of the Ist year individually, he said welcome words and shook his hand with each student. They heard a lot of warm words: We have begun the academic year 2017/2018 at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of the Jan Kochanowski University. This academic year is also special because we start 2nd year of training at the Faculty of Medicine in English (English Division) and 3 rd year of Medicine in Polish language.
The School of Medicine offers a 6-year program for high school or secondary school graduates. The program meets the EU standards and offers over 5700 hours of instruction in the area of general medicine, pre-clinical and clinical education.
Upon completion of the program students are awarded the Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree
Medical students has visited the USA this summer and spend their time as the observers at the Department of Surgery. They had the pleasure to monitor work of such a great doctor and UJK lecturer as Prof. Tomasz Rogula MD, PhD. Assisting and observing surgical procedures conducted by eminent physicians has developed students’ knowledge and has been a great experience. Moreover, staying in the Cleveland Clinic has allowed them to meet the Dean of Cleveland Clinic, Dr Young, board-certified surgeons and enabled them to visit a large number of science laboratories where residents can train. Below some photographs from the visit.
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