Medical Electives

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

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The Department consists of three station. There are three interns and two physicians. The other team consists of art therapists, dieticians, psychologists, and psychologists in training. It is assigned to an intern as a lesion and can also rotate. The spectrum of the patient is very diverse: eating disorders, depression, chronic Pain, somatoform disorders. A lesion in the morning is for the blood and Flexülen place, as well as the Patientenaufnhamen about one per day. Every morning you go with his Assistant doctor on Viste, once a week there is Oberaztvisite, which very long is but also very educational (ca. ... Continue reading...

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Application: Application about the PJ Office of the Charité.
A four months at the CBF on psychiatry can I wà a tell a friend rmstens. The staff are very nice, especially, but of course the wizards and psychologists, with which you as PJ'ler has the most to do. The days on the station with blood begin 8:00 in the morning. 8.30 8:45 held a morning meeting with all the staff of the clinic. Then it's zurück to the station, where à passing of the care. Tagesabhà is on individual or group visits, and once-weekly then follow a physician visit. Tuesday morning the clinical held Journal Club on English, where ... Continue reading...

Supervision 4/5 Teaching 1/5 Leisure 3/5 Translated
Application: PJ Office of the Charité
The PJ-four months was my first four months. Positive: large hospital with large range Opportunity to see much, poly trauma supplies super nice team, you become part of the team and very valued Negative: No PJ lessons long working hours Continue reading...

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Application: About the PJ Office
very helpful, friendly and well organized team despite the high work load Chief physician and senior physicians were very active; I felt constantly challenged and encouraged, not overwhelmed friendly and pleasant atmosphere in any area of the hospital-selbstständige care of patients was possible, parallel but always have a contact can be reached Questions were always detailed and friendly answers, feedback was of course bacalov contact care -namentliche classification of students for the OP, sewing was almost always possible - PJ-classes were regularly held -very competent and respectful dealing with patients and families Conclusion: A dream four months! Continue reading...

Supervision 4/5 Teaching 2/5 Leisure 5/5 Translated
The inner four months in the CBF is divided into 2 x 2 months. You can choose on which two stations (including medical services) you would like to work. I have the first part of the Tertials on oncology spent. There's really liked me. The team was very nice and open-minded towards me and the mood among the doctors was very pleasant. OA Dr. Eucker is an authority in my eyes, he explains very well and also much (especially on demand), sometimes he also queries one, what is not always pleasant, but improve the efficiency of learning. Also the station ... Continue reading...

Supervision 5/5 Teaching 4/5 Leisure 5/5 Translated
Application: About the College process
, After some training time you can take very much very nice and dedicated team. Continue reading...

Supervision 5/5 Teaching 4/5 Leisure 5/5 Translated
Application: Application of the home University - first choice - check!
The Hematology/Oncology consists of three stations (1a / 1b / 2B), I was on the "leukemia station" 1a. The atmosphere was really great care as doctors were facing, friendly and interested in and questions were always welcome. I probably felt quickly in the team, my help was very gewertschätzt. I have never felt as "teaching assistant" What started already, that all doctors with a morning together do the blood and also the tasks were distributed very prudently and justly. Through the partially high sick leave could I really make themselves much, got dismissal can accompany patients from admission, had but ... Continue reading...

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Application: about the PJ Office of the Charité
Overall a very nice four months and absolutely recommended! I spent the first eight weeks in the operating room. Started at 7.30 with a short morning meeting, then you could find yourself a room. We were 2 lesion and later some abler but there were over 10 halls, so had never 2 students a room "share". The most assistants were trying very hard to teach a lot and by the 1-to 1 teaching you learn fast much, even if they should have still no idea of anesthesia. After a couple of days training could you put Braunülen, wire, masks ventilate, ... Continue reading...

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Application: Can I connect me only my with lesion: application in the PJ to conditionally on time and according to PJ brochure Office of the Charité and say's keep your fingers crossed!
The first four months of my PJ BB´s on Urology of the Charité (CBF) was very good. The urology team comprises a young and very friendly team of 10 assistants and two medical specialists as well as four attendings. I was in all activities from the first day involved immediately. I felt the atmosphere at the station consistently as very friendly. Fortunately, I was during my Tertials with a very nice other lesion on station, so we (blood samples, Braunülen place, Sonos) have told us the daily incidental work and otherwise with everything without complications have denied us. Since there ... Continue reading...

Supervision 5/5 Teaching 5/5 Leisure 5/5 Translated
Application: about the Charité
The four months was great! It has been fully integrated into the team and could work very independently and learn many practical things such as ascites/pleural punctures, port piercing. The spectrum of the patient is very varied and interesting. There is a rotation system, you choose which two stations of the following at the beginning of the Tertials: rescue, gastro, infectious diseases/rheumatism, cardio/Pulmo, Haem/Onko, Nephro. The team of the gastro/infection/rheumatism is very nice and engaged, there is much to do but work (including blood collection) is divided up fair. One takes the patients independently, can sign up investigations that write ... Continue reading...