3 day

Gaiduk Olga Ivanovna 413 a


  1. Bhanja Suraj Kumar

  2. Gauraga Ragul

  3. Giri Debasis Priyadarsan

  4. Kanung Magar Bishal

  5. Narnavare Aishwarya

  6. Nayak Sampad

  7. Nepak Abinash

  8. Sahu Romendra Kumar

  9. Sahu Sangram Caesar

  10. Sahu Saurabh

  11. Sahu Subham Pritam

  12. Senapati Ritesh

Kramarchuk Vladimir Viktorovich 413 b


  1. Anand Sakshi

  2. Baliarsingh Bijayalaksmi

  3. Verma Ayusha

  4. Gracia Jones Lin Prasanth

  5. Gupta Aditi

  6. Gupta Sanket

  7. Ghai Rashik

  8. Madaan Karan

  9. Muherjee Purvi

  10. Natesan Chandran Kavia

  11. Singh Hemant

  12. Tivari Piyush Kumar

  13. Thanoch Rohan

Topic: Evidence-based medicine screening in primary care

Self-learning materials

1. The WORLD book of family medicine. - European ed. - Ljubljana: Stichting WONCA Europe, 2015. — 314 p. Available online at http://www.woncaeurope.org/sites/default/files/world book 2015.pdf

2. Family medicine: in 3 books. — Book 1. General Issues of Family Medicine: textbook (IV a. l.) / O.M. Hyrina, L.M. Pasiyeshvili, O.M. Barna et al.; edited by O.M. Hyrina, L.M. Pasiyeshvili — Kyiv: Medicine, 2016. — 560 p.

3. Family medicine: in 3 books. — Book 2. Symptoms and syndromes in clinical course of internal diseases / O.M. Hyrina, L.M. Pasiyeshvili, O.M. Barna et al.; edited by O.M. Hyrina, L.M. Pasiyeshvili. — Kyiv: Medicine, 2018. — 376 p.

4. Clinical Methods in Medicine: Clinical Skills and Practices. — Ed. by SN Chugh & Eshan Gupta. —Second Edition. — New Delhi, London, Philadelphia, Panama: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2015.

5. The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice. — 9th edn, updated. — East Melbourne, Vic: RACGP, 2018.

6. Pocket Guide to Clinical Preventive Services


  1. Improve skills of family history taking in general practice (Family history screening questionnaire (FHSQ)

2. Improve skills of physical examination in general practice.

3. Improve communication skills in general practice.

4. Study screening in general practice:

a. Screening for children (Height / Weight / Head circumference, Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip, Phenylketonuria (PKU), Congenital Hypothyroidism, Hearing Loss in Newborns, High Blood Pressure in Children, Lipid Disorders in Children, Obesity in Children and Adolescents, Strabismus, Visual Impairment in Children Ages, Dental assessment / fluoride,. Scoliosis. Congenital heart disease. Femoral pulses. Speech and Language Delay, Iron Deficiency Anemia (Screening), Major Depressive Disorder in Children and Adolescents.

b. Screening for adults (Breast Cancer (Screening), Alcohol Misuse, BRCA-Related Cancer In Women, Cervical Cancer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Colorectal Cancer, Healthful Diet and Physical Activity, High Blood Pressure in Adults, Lipid Disorders in Adults, Lung Cancer, Obesity in Adults, Oral Cancer, Osteoporosis, Ovarian Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Skin Cancer (Counseling), Skin Cancer (Screening), Tobacco Use in Adults, Depression in Adults)

5. Solve clinical cases by screening (1-10)

6. MCQs (40)

Address for sending of control works:


(completed tasks must be sending to the e-address no later than one day after the date specified for the topic in the calendar plan)

In the subject of the letter, student indicates the faculty, number of group / subgroup / dozen and topic number, name of student in this format:


AAAA - Faculty in Latin letters (I_med, II_med, I_int, II_int)

BBBB - Group / Subgroup / Tenth No.

SSSS - Topic Number

DDDD - Name of student

To receive teacher’s advice in distance mode, the student sends a letter with the obligatory mark “QUESTION” in the subject of the letter.