The Department currently provides teaching of the following academic disciplines for 5th- and 6th-year students of General Medicine and the Medical Faculty for International Students: "Internal medicine", "Military medicine", "Clinical pharmacology", "Functional methods of diagnosis of myocardial infarction and coronary heart disease", "Emergency cardiology and other urgent conditions."
Since 2009, the Department provides teaching of "Endocrinology" for 5th- and 6th-year students of General Medicine, Faculty of Mental Health Medicine, Faculty of Medical Diagnostics, and Medical Faculty for International Students.
Electronic educational-methodical complexes on disciplines are developed and implemented in the educational process. Students' knowledge is regularly controlled on the main sections of internal diseases.
The Department supervises medical clinical practice for 5th-year students of General Medicine and Medical Faculty for International Students, as well as medical diagnostic practice of "Functional diagnostics" for 4th-year students Faculty of Medical Diagnostics.
Rules and regulations for students
- Students are expected to come to the study room of the Department of Internal Diseases I at 7.50 and to prepare for classes. Students are expected to show up for a class on time. We start at 8 a.m.
- Each class lasts for seven academic hours. There are 3 breaks for 15 minutes during a class. Students are not allowed to be late for the class after a break.
- Students are expected:
- to leave their over clothes and big bags in the student cloak room;
- to have stethoscope and medical uniform (white coat and cap, mask, appropriate shoes);
- to be appropriately dressed - dress and shoes should be clean, tidy, do not wear any costs, jackets and outdoor-wear garments during a class;
- to put away the personal cell phone into their bag or pocket and to keep cell phones on silent or off-mode;
- to keep their classroom clean and to air the room during breaks.