Completion of the previous 5 year courses, also including the pediatric surgery part of the pediatrics' exam program
Course format: Traditional: lectures, seminars, practical training
Module includes 2 courses:
a) General Pediatrics and Pediatric Subspecialties
b) Pediatric Surgery
To generate knowledge leading to acquire competence in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases that affect the development of children through adolescence as well as adult related disorders
To demonstrate competence in medical knowledge and in the process of application of this knowledge to the care of patients in the age of 0-16 years. Develop communication skills with the patients and their families. Basic competence in the management of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures of diseases in childhood and their care.
• Berhman. Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 21^ Ed
Final exam (written and oral examination)
General Pediatrics and Pediatric subspecialties:
A. The field of Pediatrics: overview. Growth, development, and behavior: from the newborn to the adolescent. Basics in preventive pediatrics.
B. The neonatal infant. The high risk infant. Diseases in the newborn period
C. Nutrition. In health and ill children.
D. Vaccination and Vaccination programs
E. Accidents and accidents prevention in childhood
F. Pharmacotherapy in pediatrics
G. Infectious diseases in childhood
H. Gastrointestinal diseases in childhood
I. Diseases of liver and biliary system in childhood
L. Disorders of the respiratory tract in childhood
M. Urologic disorders in infant and children
N. Evaluation of the cardiovascular system in pediatrics. Congenital and acquired heart diseases in children
O. Rheumatic diseases in childhood
P. Cancer and blood disorders in childhood.
Q. Diagnoses and treatment of most common skin diseases in children
R. Disorders of the endocrine system in childhood
S. Gynecologic problems in children and adolescents
T. Metabolic disorders in childhood
U. Disorders of the nervous system in childhood.
V. Disorders of the eye
Z. Bone and joint disorders in children