Master Degree in Medicine and Surgery

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Program Description

Course Overview

This course opens for more international students during the next academic year. We have increased the intake for this year from 30 to 60 candidates. 2Mission: This degree course is devoted to giving the students all the scientific background and the skills needed in order to become a physician; actually the course gives the students methods and background for either become physician and researcher in medical sciences. Consequently, each student enrolled must acquire several skills including the capability to make decisions for patientâs care.

What weâre preparing:

Doctor of Medicine and Surgery

Purposes

  • To apply knowledge, acquire capabilities to understand and solve problems, also when regarding unexpected and not familiar cases. Capability to solve problems in terms of large and complex fields.
  • To get skills in order to be capable to give the best solutions for patientâs care even in cases of complexities integrating knowledge.
  • To communicate in a clear way either to patients and their relatives and to colleagues, also specialists in some disciplines, the conclusions and the rationale of the specific care.
  • To develop the capability to acquire skills in order to keep on studying directly and indirectly.

Skills

All the graduated in Medicine and Surgery will become doctors and will be able to apply for specialties in all the fields of Medicine and Surgery, as well as to practice as physicians and/or researchers.

Job

Private physician (doctor), employed in the National Health System, employed in private Companies and Hospitals, Public and private Research Companies, Universities.

Year I Semester I

  • Physics applied to medical sciences
    • Physics applied to Culture, Environnement, Biology, and Medicine
  • Chemistry
    • Biochemistry

Biology, Molecular Biolog, and general genetics

  • Applied Biology
  • Molecular Biology

Year I Semester II

  • Human Anatomy 1
    • BIO/16 Human Anatomy
  • Medical Histology and Embryology
    • BIO/17 Histology

Scientific English

  • L-LIN/12 Language and Translation
Didactic activities chosen by each student

Year II Semester I

  • Human Anatomy 2
    • BIO/16 Human Anatomy
  • Biochemistry 1
    • BIO/10 Biochemistry

Physiology and Biophysics 1

  • BIO/09 Physiology

Year II Semester II

  • Biochemistry 2
    • BIO/10 Biochemistry
  • Physiology and Biophysics 2
    • BIO/09 Physiology

Immunology and immunopathology

  • MED/04 General Pathology
Microbiology
  • MED/07 Microbiology and Clinical Microbiology
General Pathology, Pathophysiology and Medical Genetics 1
  • MED/04 General Pathology
  • MED/03 Medical genetics
Didactic activities chosen by each student

Year III Semester I

  • General Pathology, Pathophysiology and Medical genetics 2
    • MED/04 General Pathology
  • Methods in Medicine and Surgery 1
    • MED/09 Internal Medicine
    • MED/18 General Surgery
    • M-PSI/08 Clinical Psycology

Methods in Epidemiology

  • MED/42 General and applied Hygyene
  • MED/01 Medical Statistics
Didactic activities chosen by each student

Year III Semester II

  • Methods in Medicine and Surgery 2
    • MED/09 Internal Medicine
    • MED/18 General Surgery
  • Laboratory Medicine
    • BIO/12 Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Biology
    • MED/05 Clinical Pathology
    • MED/07 Microbiology and Clinical Microbiology

Haematology and Oncology

  • MED/06 Medical Oncology
  • MED/15 Haemathology
Dermatology, Plastic and reconstructive Surgery
  • MED/35 Dermatology
  • MED/19 Plastic Surgery
Practical activities (AFP)
  • MED/04
  • MED/06
  • MED/05
  • MED/15
  • MED/18
  • MED/09
  • MED/35
  • M-PSI/08

Year IV Semester I

  • Cardiovascular Diseases
    • MED/11 Cardiovascular Diseases
    • MED 23 Heart Surgery
  • Respiratory Diseases
    • MED/10 Respiratory Diseases
    • MED 21 Thoracic Surgery

Gut Diseases

  • MED/12 Gut Diseases
Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases
  • MED/13 Endocrinology
Uropoietic Diseases
  • MED/14 Nephrology
  • MED/24 Urology
Pathological Anatomy 1
  • MED/08 Pathological Anatomy
Didactic activities chosen by each student

Year IV Semester II

  • Allergology, Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology
    • MED/16 Rheumatology
    • MED/09 Internal Medicine
  • Orthopaedic Diseases and Rehabilitative Medicine
    • MED/33 Orthopaedic Diseases
    • MED/34 Rehabilitative Medicine

Pathological Anatomy 2

  • MED/08 Pathological Anatomy
Practical activities (AFP)

Year V Semester I

  • Pharmacology I
  • Sensory organ disorders
  • Radiology Radiotherapy
    • MED/36 MEDICAL IMAGING AND RADIOTHERAPY
  • Hygiene and Preventive Medicine
    • MED 42 GENERAL AND APPLIED HYGIENE
  • Infectious Diseases
    • MED 17 INFECTIOUS DISEASES
  • Didactic Activities Chosen By Each Student

Year V Semester II

  • Pharmacology II
  • Neurological Diseases
    • MED 26 NEUROLOGY
    • MED 27 NEUROSURGERYCFU
    • MED 37 NEURORADIOLOGY
  • PSsychiatry And Child NeuropsychiatryCHIATRY AND CHILD NEUROPSYCHIATRY
    • MED 25 PSYCHIATRY
    • MED 39 CHILD NEUROPSYCHIATRY
  • Practical activities (AFP)

Year VI Semester I

  • Gynaecology and Obstetrics
    • MED 40 Gynaecology and Obstetrics
  • Legal and Occupational Medicine
    • MED 43 Legal Medicine
    • MED 44 Occupational Medicine

Pediatrics

  • MED 38 General and Specialized Pediatrics
  • MED 20 Child Surgery
Medical and Surgical Emergencies 1
  • MED 09 Internal Medicine
  • MED 18 General Surgery
  • MED 41 Anaesthesiology
Internal Medicine and Geriatrics 1
  • MED 09 INTERNAL MEDICINE
  • MED 03 MEDICAL GENETICS
General Surgery 1
  • MED 18 GENERAL SURGERY
Didactic Activities Chosen By Each Student

Year VI Semester II

  • Internal Medicine and Geriatrics
    • MED 09 Internal Medicine
    • MED 03 Medical Genetics
  • General Surgery 2
    • MED 18 General Surgery

Thesis Preparation

Last updated June 2018

About the School

The University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli" was established in 1991 (Decree MURST, 25 March) with the aim of relieving the overcrowded conditions of the major Neapolitan university known as the “Fed ... Read More

The University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli" was established in 1991 (Decree MURST, 25 March) with the aim of relieving the overcrowded conditions of the major Neapolitan university known as the “Federico II”. Read less
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