ETHICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL LEGAL PRINCIPLES
A good general knowledge acquired by the media and literary texts.
The exam consists in an exam aiming to define the knowledge and comprehension (20%), application skills of theory (25%), autonomous judgement (20%), communication skills (15%) and learning ability (20%). The mark is expressed in thirtieths.
Each discipline examination has to be passed, to get a positive result in the whole Integrated Course.
The Commissione will eventually propose the average marks.
A written multiple choice test (10/20 questions about the whole course-contents) is eventually submitted. The test shows the reached level of theoretical knowledge, of ethics-applying skills and of other competences in medical humanities.
The exam consists in an oral exam that deals with issues related to the program
SM:The exam consists of an oral test that deals with issues related to the program
The Course tries to promote the competence of the students in some medical humanities. In details:
Training the students for a coherent ethical reasoning in biomedical contexts of research, practice and work; fostering the personal skills in perceiving a moral dilemma, in justifying an individual evaluation and in dealing with a disagreement inside the staff; implementing the competences in narrative ethics.
Providing the theoretical basis of psychology for professional practice
The course objective is to make the student conscious of the importance of the medical/legal relationship between health professional and patient.
HISTORY of MEDICINE:
to provide students with educational tools useful for understanding the History of Medicine