A T T E N T I O N!!!! Final Examination of Behavioural Sicences 4th Years general medical students The final examination of behavioural sciences is the total examination which covers all the materials of psychology, bioethics, medical anthropology, medical sociology and behavioural medicine. In the written „A” exam 100 items in test form should be solved. All of the students must solve the psychological and bioethical items but only two subjects’ items should be chosen among anthropology, medical sociology and behavioural medicine. Evaluation of the final examination grade: 0-50% – fail, 51%-60% – pass, 61%-70% – satisfactory, 71%-80% – good, 81%-100% – excellent. In the case of „B” and „C” oral exams the students have to answer an item of questions’ list in presence of a teachers’ board. READINGS FOR FINAL EXAM ON MEDICAL SYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR MEDICINE: Compulsory reading: Csabai, M. and Molnar, P.: Health, Illness and Care. A textbook of medical psychology. Springer, Budapest, 2000. Communication chapter READINGS FOR FINAL EXAM ON MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY Chapters from the official textbook: Cecil G. Helman: Culture, Health and Illness, (different editions are available)
The body: cultural definitions of anatomy and physiology Doctor-patient interaction Gender and reproduction Pain and culture Culture and pharmacology: drugs, alcohol and tobacco Cross-cultural psychiatry (Titles of chapters can slightly differ in different editions.) + HANDOUTS Lectures BIOETHICS:
Handouts: in Microsoft word and Pdf format. Via web http://www.mti.deoec.hu Jay E. Kantor: Medical Ethics for Physicians-in-Training. Plenum, NY & London, 1989. MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY D. Amstrong: Sociology as applied to medicine, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, 1994. M. Senior and B. Viveash: Health and illness. Skills-based sociology. Macmillan, London,1997. Bowling, A.: Measuring Health. Measuring disease. Ballmoor, University Press, 1998.
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