Please, do not waste time asking for additional examination dates. Their number is FINAL, planned acording to the rules in advance and in surplus. The only right way is to plan properly and to start to study on time and hard.
Syllabus for General Medicine and Dentistry students, study groups and teachers.
Microscopy room A - in case of clinical seminars or postgraduate teaching also Microscopy room B
Virtual slides of the pathology course required for the credit are available for individual viewing at WikiLectures.
Regular consultations are held on Fridays afternoon.
Details and some rules how to use and HOW NOT TO USE the consultations are provided.
During the pathology course the students will attend autopsy practices and laboratories accessible only for doctors, medical staff and students. It is therefore necessary to have your identification badge with a photograph with you !!!
The teaching process is realized on all three floors. Please do not forget that you enter an area with the risk of infection and stick therefore to the hygiene rules. Keep the corridors and auditorium halls clean.
Besides the teaching process standing diagnostic activity is performed during the whole day for the Faculty General Hospital. Keep the noise during the breaks on a tolerable (academic) level.
Don't forget that there are e-books available for students of The 1st Faculty of Medicine for free.
There occur rather frequent questions regarding the possibility of the exam period extension beyond the latest date. The educational board of the faculty has adopted and recommends the following general rules that we accept for teaching and examining pathology:
Rules for specifying examination dates, registration and cancellation for an exam and re-examination. All dates on which the exam can be taken will be listed on SIS from last days of March in agreement with the academic calendar. This number of dates will be definitive.
The list of pathology exam topics for the academic year 2017/2018 is available here.
This link provides information on the newly offered activities available to students with deeper interest in pathology, who wish to gain better insight into the aspects of modern pathology.