Medical Electives

Hindenburgdamm 30
Berlin 12200
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Supervision 4.0/5 Teaching 3.4/5 Leisure 3.9/5

Supervision 4/5 Teaching 4/5 Leisure 3/5 Translated
Application: Charité award
One can wish for two departments and try to fulfill all desires, which almost always works out. The Division takes place on the first day. It then changes after 8 weeks. The training will be of the PJlern itself as case presentation prepared and organized, then (usually) moderating and explaining is a lecturer. You learn so much for his own ideas. Unfortunately, communication is not always properly worked with divided faculty. Overall, the mood on the House despite Uniklinik stress is good and most doctors want to make doctrine. Morning taking down of course however only blood, but it's part ... Continue reading...

Supervision 4/5 Teaching 5/5 Leisure 5/5 Translated
It was a wonderful Radiology four months at the Charité campus in southwestern of Berlin. It rotates through conventional X-ray, CT, MR, and sono. Very nice team and it was relatively much found. In CT and MRI, in addition to make clarifications and puts needles. Can a radio only highly recommend four months there each, had a great time. There's training at the Virchow and in middle of Prof. Oestmann, which are very good and recommended, and a study day per week 2 x per week radio. Continue reading...

Supervision 2/5 Teaching 2/5 Leisure 3/5 Translated
Positive: The station team is very young and Nice. Also the care is helpful and friendly for the most part. One learns above all practical skills in the field of urology: -Blasenkatheter and pull Apply drugs via catheter and drainage Sinks drains and catheters Remove the blood, Braunülen set -Sono of the kidneys and be derived from urinary tract TRANS-Rectal Ultrasound -2nd Assistant in the operating room The best thing about the PJ there: definitely the ambulance in which history sometimes may levy in a patient from the rescue site and ever a first ultrasound makes. Else is good: free ... Continue reading...

Supervision 5/5 Teaching 4/5 Leisure 5/5 Translated
Pro: -Very high PJler prestige (many doctors have made even her PJ in the CBF) -good teaching -extremely helpful staff -friendly chief physician -own patient care from admission to discharge (under supervision) -many LPs -good contact with the care Cons: -Blood (continued in comparison to other Tertialen still in bounds because many BEs will be made by the night service). -No PJ education (but weekly team training and much teaching by physicians). -Working time can be even longer (depending on the own commitment). Continue reading...

Supervision 2/5 Teaching 2/5 Leisure 3/5 Translated
Positive: The station doctors are generally young and friendly team. Also maintenance is extremely nice and helpful in the cut. You will learn practical skills in the field of urology: -Blasenkatheter and pull-Drainagen and abscesses rinse Apply drugs via catheter and drainage -Ultraschall of the kidney and dissipating urinary tract -2nd Assistant in the operating room -Flex set, ESP. When on station, everything is done, you may run into the ambulance with doctors. Which are time less stressed as on station, so you get something explained in patients from the rescue site ever raise a medical history and make a ... Continue reading...

Supervision 5/5 Teaching 3/5 Leisure 4/5 Translated
Application: Application about the own University.
My PJ TERTIAL in neurology in the CBF was by far the best four months in my PJs. Here I worked much, but also extremely learned a lot. It rotates as lesion between the neurological standard station and the stroke unit and can for some time into the rescue site. The team in Neurology is very nice and is all (of the intern to the Chief doctor), that you learn a lot as a lesion. From the very first day you supervised own patients with assistance and attendings discusses and presents the Chief doctor in the business. Often will be ... Continue reading...

Supervision 2/5 Teaching 2/5 Leisure 4/5 Translated
Application: PJ Office
A pretty entäuschendes TERTIAL. Is urgent by discouraged! Positive: Center for choroidal melanoma, you not so often sees private examination room with slit lamp, independent statiönäre intake of patients, very nice! Nursing staff Negative: PJ-ler man is banned as on the station to assist the completely if Ward doctor. Unfortunately, they had to explain something one usually no time or to show. The investigation on the slit lamp to themselves teach, whether you do it right, I know still don't. The senior doctor greeted me saying what I want at all there when I previously didn't even did a clinical ... Continue reading...

Supervision 5/5 Teaching 5/5 Leisure 5/5 Translated
I can recommend a PJ TERTIAL in urology at the CBF to 100% and would choose it again! It was a great time in which I could learn a lot. The incredibly nice team is especially worth mentioning. On the station it decreases blood, needles and DKs and is responsible for the Sonos. Rheaanträge are reserved solely for the students. Lunch in the canteen is regularly and is paid by the station (6 euro). In the Polliklinik, you have to run with the opportunity and to examine their own patients to treat. In the operating room, usually with standing at ... Continue reading...

Supervision 5/5 Teaching 3/5 Leisure 4/5 Translated
Application: About the Charité
I've spent four months on the station 10 B my first and am overall very happy. It was especially marked by a very nice team and other great PJlern, as well as a varied work. Every morning from 7.00 am to 7.50 begins with the examination of patients. The task of the lesion it is to record the tasks (consultation, Sonos, blood, wound care, chemotherapy applications, etc.) for the day that you edited also with in the course of the day. Can be applied to your own patients depending on their own initiative and does to visit independently. This is ... Continue reading...

Supervision 5/5 Teaching 5/5 Leisure 3/5 Translated
Application: regular Charité distribution according to request
I've made my 1st four months on Urology in the CBF and it was very much fun. I was actively involved as a PJ-student in the station everyday; together to discuss treatment options, research log on etc.. Blood collection are main task on station, Flexülen place and abdomen ultrasound investigations to independently carry out. The daily ultrasound to get a good routine and is very safe in the correct findings. In the medical team, a very good atmosphere and it is shown in a gratitude for your own engagement. You can take care of their own patients in the ambulance, ... Continue reading...