General Medicine

Neurology and related branches of medicine are taught at the CU 1st Medical Faculty Department of Neurology to students of the Medical Faculty and other Charles University faculties working for master´s or bachelor´s degrees.


B80762 - Neurology

5th year


Dear students, due to epidemiological situation, the neurology course will be held mostly online, on MS-teams platform (https://e-learning.lf1.cuni.cz).


This information due to dynamic epidemiological situation may be change on short notice. We thank for cooperation and apologise for inconvenice.


Groups 5051+5052: Substitute in-person training of neurological examination is scheduled for 5day duration from 13:00 to 15:00, for most students from 30th November till 4th December, for small part later from 7th till 11th December. The students will be divided into three rooms, we ask for compliance with personal distancing policy inside of the building, indoor shoes and neurological hammers will be necessary (particular lists of individual students will be emailed in SIS).

We ask the students, who will not take the practical training, for feedback by email ( ). Also there is a limited possibility for students to switch between the weeks, but this needs to be communicated by email as well (until Friday before the start of practicals). 


Susbstitue practicals for those, who were not able to attend pracicals during December will be in week from 25th of January 2021 at 9:00 and 8th of February starting at 10:00. To sign up for the classes, please write an email to . Any changes are possible until the preceding Friday.



NOTE: THE WHOLE COURSE STARTING 23.11.2020 IS HELD ONLINE IN THE MORNING + LIMITED PRACTICAL TRAINING THE AFTERNOON

 

Groups 5053+5054+ERASMUS: Limited in-person training of neurological examination is scheduled for 5day duration from 12:00 to 14:00 (exception od 18th December when 10:00-12:00), from 7th till 11th December and 14th till 18th December. The students will be divided into two or three rooms, we ask for compliance with personal distancing policy inside of the building, indoor shoes and neurological hammers will be necessary (particular lists of individual students will be emailed in SIS)

We ask the students, who will not take the practical training, for feedback by email ( ). Also there is a limited possibility for students to switch between the weeks, but this needs to be communicated by email as well (until Friday before the start of practicals). 


Morning online course is held every day from 8:00 to 9:30 AM, starting from 23th November. A real-time chat with the presenter will be available to answer any questions. Recordings of these sessions will be made available during the whole semester.


Practical live webinars start at 10:00 AM and are held online. Typical duration is 1 hour (schedule).


Credits: On the last day of in person practical training (Fridays) there will be examination from the neurological testing skills and credit.  

To award the credit, we can also accept practicals taken in neurology wards abroad (university hospitals preferred), given that the duration and spectrum of patients seen is similar to ours (4 weeks, incl. stroke, neuromuscular disorders, movement disorders, neuroimunne disorders).

To accept practicals from abroad, we ask confirmation signed and stamped by the head of the department, stating: 1) duration of your stay there, 2) the contents of your training (see below), 3) the disease spectrum seen in the neurology ward.


Exams: For the students of the actual course, terms will be provided at its end (both online and in-person examinations are still possible). Further terms will be available during the examination period at the end of the semester. Also students who took the practicals abroad have to pass the exam at our department, at the 1st School of Medicine.


Training contents


  • Neurological examination - practical training, individual patient handling.

  • Auxiliary examination methods in neurology - principles, indications and basic results.

  • General neurology - basic neurological symptoms and syndromes, topical diagnosis.

  • Special neurology - clinical entities, diagnosis and differential diagnosis.

  • Acute states and acute care in neurology.

  • Essentials of medicamentous and rehabilitation therapy in individual neurological diseases. Indications for surgical treatment.


Recommended literature


  • Fundamentals of neurology : an illustrated guide, Mattle and Mumenthaler, 2017

  • Topical diagnosis in neurology, Baehr and Frotscher, 2012

  • Clinical Neurology Hankey and Wardlaw, 2002

  • Oxford Handbook of Neurology, Manji et al, 2006


5th year head of training


Doc. MUDr. David Kemlink, Ph.D.


Coordination of training:


Marek Nykl

Monday through Friday : 10.00 - 14.00 hrs.



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