• recognize the epidemiological - population perspective of health problems in the community, be aware of the possibilities of disease prevention and health promotion, through contact with the entire range of the services and pre-letters
• have understood the breadth of scientific and operational characteristics of health care in the community, including health promotion, disease prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and social reintegration
• be able to distinguish the boundaries between health care levels and the operation of the interface between primary and secondary / tertiary care
• to better understand the relationship between biological, psychological and social factors, as well as expectations of patients by GPs on issues of diagnosis and management of their problems regardless of age, ethnicity and gender
• to know the spectrum of acute cases and chronic diseases occurring in the community, as well as the various ways initial occurrence of the disease and gain direct experience in treating problems of patients
• can monitor the progress of the disease, from its first appearance until the final outcome through the holistic approach to primary health care.
Course Content (Syllabus)
The course focuses on the following items: 1. Social Medicine: Knowledge and Skills of Social Medicine needed in primary care and general practice. 2. Planning and organization of health services: Information technology and management principles of the health center services. 3. Clinical Skills: Clinical skills in primary care, focusing on the ability to distinguish patients who need hospital care and those treated at home and health center, basic emergency medical operations, access to diagnostic and treatment of the most common acute and chronic diseases in the community home. Team 4. Health: The interdisciplinary health team (definitions - Role distinction), multidisciplinary - interdisciplinary and interprofessional health care of the population. 5. Interface between Primary Health Care kaiDefterovathmias: Joint management of the problems of chronic sickness-ture (shared care) among doctors of General Medicine and doctors hospital specialties, referrals and referral decision. 6. Contact: doctor-patient relationship, communication with patients, family, and community agencies. 7. Professional attitude and scientific ethics: Code of Medical Ethics, analysis anthropocentric character of medicine, continuing education and self-education.