Final Year Clinical Training

Clinical Training Abroad (M-4) - Rules and Regulations

 
  1. Permission to do a part of the Clinical Training abroad applies to students of final year of their study
  2. Clinical rotations must be completed at a university hospital or a teaching hospital affiliated with local University (Medical School).
  3. The program of foreign rotation should include topics and procedures that are in the program of the respective clinical training at home School and should consist of the same number of weeks and hours or more. Each clinical training block must be completed in one location and overseen by one supervisor (exemptions possible in Internal Medicine and Clinical Electives)
  4. A student should be in a good academic standing- the student should pass all exams and fulfil all up-to-date course requirements before starting rotation abroad.
  5. The student must meet all the obligations towards the School (tuition fee, completing summer clerkship etc.).
  6. Permission to do Clinical Training abroad is given by Dean. Permission can be granted only after receiving: Acceptance letter and a program of clinical training (for details see table below) confirmed by Host Institution or acknowledged by the Student
  7. Credit for the course will be granted only when Certificate of Completion is fully filled by a respective supervisor and sent directly to the School Office. The certificate should be supplemented with a program of clinical training that includes information on the procedures performed and the total number of hours devoted to a specific item of the program. The program should be signed by student’s supervisor.
  8. Students are obliged to take all the required examinations on return to the School. The exams may be taken only upon the acceptance of the evaluation form and program by the course coordinator in Kraków.
  9. No tuition fee reduction is granted to students who do part of clinical teaching abroad.
  10. The student may be charged additionally for obligatory classes that require individual scheduling beyond the class schedule.

 

NOTES:

  1. Any change in the plan of the clinical rotations must be approved by Dean.
  2. Deadlines:

Preliminary Individual Schedule of Clinical Training is to be presented to the School Office by the end of January each year

Final Individual Schedule of Clinical Training is to be presented to the School Office by the end of June. Late submissions of the Schedules will hinder or disable arrangement of Clinical Training at JUMC at requested dates.

Clinical Training

number of wks

number of hrs

ECTS

 

Internal Medicine

8

240

17

EXAM

Pediatrics

4

120

9

EXAM

Family Medicine

2

60

4

EXAM

Psychiatry

2

60

4

EXAM

Surgery

4

120

8

EXAM

Obstetrics and Gynecology

2

60

3

EXAM

Emergency Medicine

2

60

4

EXAM

Clinical Electives

6

180

11

Credit

Total

30

900

60

-

Clinical Training Abroad (6-6) - Rules and Regulations

  1. Permission to do a part of the Clinical Training abroad applies to students of final year of their study
  2. Clinical training must be completed at a university hospital or a teaching hospital affiliated with local University (Medical School).
  3. The program of foreign rotation should include topics and procedures that are in the program of the respective clinical training at home School and should consist of the same number of weeks and hours or more. Each clinical training block must be completed in one location and overseen by one supervisor.
  4. The student should be in a good academic standing- the student should pass all exams and fulfil all up-to-date course requirements before starting rotation abroad.
  5. The student must meet all the obligations towards the School (tuition fee, completing summer clerkship etc.).
  6. Permission to do Clinical Training abroad is given by Dean. Permission can be granted only after receiving: Application Form for Clinical Training with a program of clinical training (for details see table below) confirmed by Host Institution
  7. Credit for the course will be granted only when Certificate of Completion is fully filled by a respective supervisor and sent directly to the School Office. The certificate should be supported with a program of clinical training that includes information on the procedures performed and the total number of hours devoted to a specific item of the program. The program should be signed by student’s supervisor.
  8. Students are obliged to take all the required examinations on return to the School. The exams may be taken only upon the acceptance of the evaluation form and program by the course coordinator in Kraków.
  9. No tuition fee reduction is granted to students who do part of clinical teaching abroad.
  10. The student may be charged additionally for obligatory classes that require individual scheduling beyond the class schedule.

 

NOTES:

  1. Any change in the schedule of the clinical rotations must be approved by Dean.
  2. Deadlines:

Preliminary Individual Schedule of Clinical Training is to be presented to the School Office by the end of January each year

Final Individual Schedule of Clinical Training is to be presented to the School Office by the end of June. Late submissions of the Schedules will hinder or disable arrangement of. clinical Training at JUMC at requested dates.

Clinical Training

number of wks

number of hrs

ECTS

 

Internal Medicine

8

240

17

EXAM

Pediatrics

4

120

9

EXAM

Family Medicine

2

60

4

EXAM

Psychiatry

2

60

4

EXAM

Surgery

4

120

8

EXAM

Obstetrics and Gynecology

2

60

3

EXAM

Emergency Medicine

2

60

4

EXAM

Clinical Electives

6

180

11

Credit

Total

30

900

60

-

 

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