Back to school: study tips UP TO 4th year !
A reptile in HK
IFMSA – Adapťák
Rozhovor s profesorkou Červinkovou
Meet the students
Pozvání na Vánoce v Pardubicích
Issue 003
1 2013
November
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Introduction by the editorial board
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Who do you think I am? Interview of Prof Červinkova— Department of Physiology EN
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CZ
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Back to school– How to succeed your first years of medical school in HK EN
For First year
- General advices for a successful first year
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For Second year
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For Third year
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For Fourth year
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Meet the students: Meet Klára Licinbergová CZ
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Meet Munachiso Ndukwe EN
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The People/VIP of the month: The reptile in HK EN
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The scientific section: Skryte Kurikulum CZ
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The open section: IFMSA orientation and sports week EN
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CZ
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Calendar of events
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Pozvání na Vánoce v Pardubicích / Invitation for a Christmas celebration in Pardubice CZ/EN
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Politics: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights EN
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Reviews: Miss world 2013 EN
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Poem: Sad Nature EN
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Quotes EN/CZ
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Join our local Hockey team CZ
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The HK Chronicle wants you EN
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Editorial Board
Milí čtenáři,
pomalu se blíží polovina semestru a my pro Vás máme zpestření v podobě
třetího čísla našehoškolního časopisu. Doufáme proto, že si uděláte chvíli času
a mezi učením si přečtete, co jsme pro Vás připravili. Kromě tradičních rubrik
pro Vás máme novinku a to rozhovory se studenty naší školy. Pro toto číslo
byla volba na nás, od následujícího čísla to už bude tzv. ve Vaší režii, pokud
chcete tedy v časopise mít rozhovor s někým konkrétním, neváhejte se ozvat a
pošlete nám svůj návrh a také to, co byste o dotyčném či dotyčné chtěli vědět.
Také by nás velice potěšilo, kdybyste se rozhodli rozšířit naše řady. Práce pro
časopis je velmi zajímavá a dá se říci, že každý si zde přijde na své. Naší snahou je mít pevnou základnu, tak aby HK Chronicle nebyl jen dílem pár jedinců,
ale většího množství lidí s nejrůznějšími zájmy a názory.
Byla by škoda, kdyby tento slibný projekt musel skončit jen kvůli tomu, že
mezi námi není dostatek lidí, kteří by se na něm chtěli podílet.
Upřímně doufáme, že se mezi Vámi najde někdo, kdo bude chtít přiložit ruku k dílu.
A pokud nám tedy nechcete poskytnout ani svoje ruce ani svoje hlavy, tak nám alespoň udělejte radost
tím, že nám věnujete na pár okamžiků svoji pozornost a začtete se do toho, co napsali Vaši
spolužáci.
Přejeme Vám tedy příjemné čtení a mnoho sil do učení.
Vaše redakce
Hi there and welcome back to HK!
My name is Anne. I’m a 5th year medical student and editor-in-chief of our school magazine, the HK Chronicle.
I’m very pleased to introduce you to this issue, which is our
3rd one. It is mainly focused on helping our 1st year medical students.
In this issue, we give you some information about your final exams,
and few tips useful for the first, second, third and fourth year.
Besides, we checked out the reptile in HK for you (page 17), are
inviting you to a Christmas celebration organized in Pardubice with
some performances from the Arts Club HK (page 22), our local Hockey
team wants you (page 32) and much more...
Feel free to contact me on Facebook: Anne HK
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Leave us a comment or like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/HkChronicle
I wish you all a nice Xmas :)
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Prof. MUDr. Zuzana Červinková, CSc.
It was one of the best interviews I have ever done. It
I have to say that I have been the head of this
seemed like we were two grannies chatting about our department for quite a long time now. It happened at the
younger lives, over a glass of wine. She was so cool,
beginning of 1990. At that time I was 39 years old and it
so funny…
was quite demanding. Of course, it has been associated
with the political changes affecting our society at that time
because it was shortly after the Velvet Revolution. Everything was on the move. I have been working here since
From which faculty of medicine did you graduate 1975 and I was one of the skilled assistants and that has
and in which year?
leaded me to this position. At first, I really didn’t want to be
the head of the department, it was not my ambition. But so
I graduated in 1975 from the medical faculty here in is life! Now I’m happy it happened because I can put into
Hrádec Kralové. Before that, I went to high school, in a city reality my dreams about sciences, research and teaching.
called Pardubice, which is very close to Hradec.
What do you like the most about teaching?
And can you tell us why you chose Physiology as The most important to me is the direct contact with the
your field of teaching?
students. The possibility to speak to them face to face. I like
to introduce the beauty of physiology to the undergraduate
Physiology is a very nice subject that I really liked during students. I also enjoy giving my time to the PhD students
my medical studies. I had it in my mind, before I came to because they are prepared; they have a good level of
this faculty. If I had gone to a faculty of sciences, I would knowledge; they are almost like partners in my research.
have chosen biology.
It was also the only subject that really fulfilled my ideas You are also the vice president of the academic senabout my future profession and what I would like to do… So ate, a researcher and a member of the scientific
it was quite logic that after graduation I would choose it.
board. How do you find time to live up to all these
responsibilities?
When you entered the department of Physiology It is a really good question and I have to say that it is
what was your position?
quite difficult. Our children are grown-ups. They are living in
Prague so they are not here everyday. And of course my
When I started working here, I started as an assistant. husband is also very busy. Which means that I can spend at
And very shortly, I think after 2 years, I started with my work much more time that most people can, especially
PhD studies.
females. I also come to the faculty during weekends with
my husband. It wouldn’t be possible to do all these things
otherwise.
You are now the head of the department of Physiology. For how long have you held this position?
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How do you spend your free time? What are your
hobbies?
Your husband is a co-author of some of your publications, a colleague and the dean of our faculty. How
It’s a good question. I like sports, especially swimming. does it feel like to have your husband as your boss?
When I was younger, I took part in a swimming
competition. In summer, it’s very nice because there are It’s not a big problem because we are a very isolated entity
many natural lakes near and he respects my opinion. We behave at work as colHradec. We go practical- leagues and not as partners in private life. He always tries to
ly every day, when the
be a little bit stronger, stricter with me. This is to say that if
water is warm enough there are some rules, I should follow them because we
to swim in. We also like could be under scrutiny from somebody who could think that
biking. In winter, we like it’s strange that her husband is also her boss.
skiing: We usually spend We are able to handle it very easily: For example, when we
one week in Italy every have the academic senate and I do not agree with the sugyear, in a very nice gestions of management from the dean, it’s not problematic
place for skiing. And of for me to express my opinion. After the discussion, we procourse we have grand- ceed to the vote. I accept when the vote is on my side or on
children and I really like spending time with them.
the other side. And it really doesn’t harm our relationship.
When we go home at the end of the day, we are partners.
We also have a cottage in the mountains, which is 70km We do not mix the problems that we have to solve at work.
away from Hradec. But right now, we do not have much By the way, this year will mark our 40th wedding annivertime to go there.
sary. I wonder how we are going to celebrate it…
What do you expect from students during their final
exam of physiology?
Anne L. Nengue 5th year GM.
A certain level of knowledge! I think that during the lectures and practical classes, the students can get some ideas
about what we could expect during the final exam. I want
them to think logically, this is the most important.
I can forgive a student who doesn’t know a lot of details
but I really appreciate students that have logical thinking.
Physiology is a logical subject. Its basis are simple data on
which the students have to build the house - if I could sayof their knowledge. Logical thinking is very important, not
only for physiology but also for a good medical practice.
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Vázalo se to samozřejmě na politické změny, které v tu dobu
ovlivňovaly naši společnost, neboť to bylo těsně po sametové
Byl to jeden z nejlepších rozhovorů, jaké jsem kdy revoluci. Všechno se hýbalo.
dělala. Vypadalo to, jako bychom byly dvě babičky tlachající o
svém mládí nad sklenkou vína. Byla tak super, tak vtipná..
Pracovala jsem se zde od roku 75 a tou dobou jsem byla
jedním ze zkušenějších asistentů, což mne na tuto pozici
vyneslo. Zprvu jsem být vedoucím ústavu vůbec nechtěla, tyto
ambice jsem neměla. Ale takový je život! Teď jsem ráda, že se
to stalo, protože si mohu splnit své sny o vědě, výzkumu a
Na jaké lékařské fakultě jste promovala a ve kterém
výuce.
roce?
Promovala jsem v roce 1975 zde na fakultě v Hradci Králové.
Předtím jsem chodila na střední školu v Pardubicích, což je
velice blízko Hradci.
Co máte na učení nejraději?
Nejdůležitější je pro mě přímý kontakt se studenty. Možnost
s nimi mluvit tváří v tvář. Ráda představuji krásy fyziologie
pregraduálním studentům. Také ráda věnuji čas
Můžete nám říct, proč jste se rozhodla učit právě
postgraduálním studentům, protože jsou připraveni, už mají
fyziologii?
určitou úroveň znalosti. V mém výzkumu jsou pro mě skoro
jako partneři.
Fyziologie je krásný obor, který se mi během studií velmi líbil.
Přemýšlela jsem o něm ještě dřív, než jsem na tuto fakultu
přišla. Kdybych šla na přírodovědeckou fakultu, vybrala bych si
Jste také místopředsedkyní Akademického senátu,
biologii. Byl to také jediný obor, který naplňoval mé představy
výzkumnicí a členkou Vědecké rady. Kde berete čas
o mém povolání a o tom, co bych chtěla dělat... Takže bylo
věnovat se všem těmto aktivitám?
naprosto logické, že jsem si ho po promoci vybrala.
To je velmi dobrá otázka a musím přiznat, že je to poměrně
obtížné. Naše děti jsou už dospělé, žijí v Praze, takže tu
Na jakou pozici jste nastoupila, když jste poprvé
nejsou každý den. A samozřejmě můj manžel je také velmi
přišla na Ústav fyziologie?
zaneprázdněn. To znamená, že můžu v práci trávit mnohem
více času než většina lidí, zejména ženy. Chodíme s manželem
Když jsem tu začala pracovat, byla jsem asistentkou. A velmi
na fakultu i o víkendech, jinak by nic takového nebylo možné.
záhy, myslím, že po dvou letech, jsem začala se svou
přípravou na PhD.
Jste nyní vedoucí Ústavu fyziologie. Jak dlouho tuto
pozici zastáváte?
Musím říct, že šéfkou tohoto ústavu jsem už docela dlouho.
Stalo se to na začátku roku 1990, kdy mi bylo 39 let a bylo to
velmi náročné.
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Jak trávíte svůj volný čas? Máte nějaké koníčky?
Váš manžel je spoluautorem některých vašich
publikací. Kolega a zároveň děkan naší fakulty. Jaké
Dobrá otázka. Mám ráda sporty, zejména plavání. Když jsem to je, mít za šéfa manžela?
byla mladší, účastnila jsem se plaveckých soutěží. V létě je to
příjemné, protože okolo Není to velký problém, protože jsme dvě oddělené jednotky a
Hradce
je
mnoho on respektuje mé názory. V práci se k sobě chováme jako
přírodních jezer.
kolegové a ne jako partneři, narozdíl od soukromého života.
Chodíme téměř každý Vždycky se snaží být na mě o něco přísnější. To znamená, že
den, když je voda dost pokud jsou dána nějaká pravidla, musím je respektovat.
teplá na plavání. Máme Jelikož bychom mohli být pod drobnohledem lidí, kterým
také rádi cyklistiku. přijde zvláštní, že mým šéfem je můj manžel. Jsme schopni
V zimě jezdíme lyžovat; to zvládat velmi snadno. Například během jednání
většinou strávíme týden Akademického senátu, pokud nesouhlasím s návrhy děkana,
v Itálii každý rok. A není problém, abych vyjádřila svůj názor. Po diskuzi
samozřejmě
máme následuje hlasování. Ať už dopadne jakkoliv, jeho výsledek
vnuky, se kterými ráda trávím čas. Máme také chalupu akceptuji. A našemu vztahu to opravdu vůbec neuškodí. Když
v horách 70 km od Hradce. Ale momentálně nemáme příliš jdeme po práci domů, jsme partneři. Nemícháme do toho
času tam jezdit.
problémy, které musíme řešit v práci. Mimochodem, tento rok
oslavíme 40. výročí svatby. Tak si říkám, jak to oslavíme...
Co očekáváte od studentů na závěrečné zkoušce
Translated by Barbora Zbrankova.
z fyziologie?
Nějakou úroveň znalostí! Myslím, že během přednášek a
cvičení si studenti mohou udělat dobrý obrázek o tom, co se
od nich u závěrečné zkoušky bude očekávat. Chci, aby
uvažovali logicky, to je to nejdůležitější. Mohu odpustit
studentovi, který nezná spoustu detailů, ale umím ocenit
logickou úvahu. Fyziologie je logický obor. Jejím základem
jsou jednoduché údaje, na kterých studenti musí postavit, jak
bych to řekla, dům svých znalostí. Logické uvažování je velmi
důležité nejen pro fyziologii, ale pro celou medicínu.
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First year
It’s our hope that these tips are going to be helpful to you…
No matter how you feel, keep ya head up and remember that we
have been there too.
Anatomy I:
Anatomy II:
Tip: if you are done with your credit in Anatomy by January,
use your time wisely by reading some of the topics below
Note: The summer term is going to be better because you are
going to have only one test weekly.
Topics:
-Urinary system
- Female and male genital system. Male and female pelvis
-Nervous system: Main structure and function, Spinal Cord.
-Brainstem: Medulla oblongata,pons, mesencephalon
-Cerebellum: Diencephalon, hypothalamo-hypophyseal
system
-Telecenphalon: Basal ganglia
-Blood supply of the brain, brain ventricles, meninges, nerve
tracts, somatosensory pathways, somatomotor pathways.
Limbic system
Test: Anatomical dissection
Tip: Know the part you will be dissecting inside out
Use your atlas.
website http://web.lfhk.cuni.cz/anatomie/eng/anatomie.htm
Test: CNS: Cranial nerves, vegetative nervous system, visual
optic pathway, reflexes,auditory and vestibular
Tip: Click on ‘’lectures’’, so see the dates and topics of apparatus,
apparatus and tracts
each lecture so that you can read a bit, about it beforehand.
Tip: Memorize the pathways (from the lectures,)
Use your platzer if you don’t understand
Exam: Spot test,
Ask a senior to help you.
Tip: -Use your atlas: Know the insertions, innervation,
vessels and latin names of the muscles
Credit test: Usually in the 3rd week of May.
- Remember the names of the bones (esp the
names of each carpal bones of the hand and the bones of the Final exam: Oral .
foot)
You will have 3 questions, 1 from each part of the list.
-Learn how to read X-rays (google pics + atlas)
-Go for the training classes and use this time wisely
Exam: CVS, respiratory, GIT system (usually in January)
Tip: study from the platzer and the lecture notes.
General information:
-You need to pass most of the micro tests, the spot test and
the CVS, respiratory and GIT system tests to have your credit
in anatomy for the winter semester.
-If by December you have failed most of the micro tests, don’t
worry. You will have to take an additional test made up of
questions from those actual micro tests (it will be a kind of
revision, I had to do it :)
Biophysics and biostatistics:
Weekly test
Final Exam: usually during the exam period (winter)
Practical part: test on the computer (biostatistics)
Oral part: 3 questions from the list.
Tip: Study from the lectures and self-study presentation
Go for consultation if you don’t understand something.
Ask for help from a senior.
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Credit test: About elastic aa, lymph nodes, spleen, thymus
(childhood, involution), nasal ala, epiglottis,
trachea ,intrapulmonary bronchus and pulmonary tissue,lungs
and visceral pleura, structures of the mediastinum, etc…
Tip: Update your table of slices everytime you have a
practical lesson,it will help you for this credit test.
Histology and Embryology I:
Identify this structure
Hint: A gland from Renal
system
website
http://staryweb.lfhk.cuni.cz/histologie/Histols_web/Vyuka/en/
tuition/general/histology_I/annotation.asp
- Use of light microscope
-glandular epthelium: exocrine glands, skin and salivary
glands
-CT and supporting tissue: Connective tissue proper,cartilages
-Bones: compact and spongy bone, development of the bone,
ossification
-Muscle tissue: smooth, skeletal,cardiac
Tip: know the differences between the 3 types
-Nervous system: general description of the structure of the
neurons, types of neurons, nerve fibers, glial cells in the CNS
and PNS
Test: Basic Histological techniques
Tip: Study from the booklet
-Revision lesson:
Test: Oral examination of preparations, theory and
elementary cytology
Tip: The evaluation will be based on what you have done
during the practical classes. Focus on that.
-Blood: human blood smear, circulatory system
-lymphatic system
-respiratory system
-Revision lesson
Test: Oral examination of the CVS, lymphatics and
respiratory systems (theory+ practical knowledge
ie.identification)
Tip: Make a Table of the slices in which you will write down
the names, number, important features (function, types of
epithelium, appearance,etc..
Histology II:
-Digestive sytem I: oral cavity and tooth
-Digestive sytem II: Esophagus,stomach, small intestine
-Digestive sytem II and III: large intestine,appendix, colon
(rectum),anal canal,liver and gallbladder
-endocrine glands: pancreas, hypophysis,adrenal glands,
thyroid gland,parathyroids,pineal gland
-urinary system
-Revision lesson
Test: Oral exam about digestive and endocrine systems
Tip: have a second list of slices for the summer semester
and upgrade it gradually too.
-Male reproductive system I: testsis, epididymis,spermatic
cord,seminal vesicle,prostate,corpus penis (glans penis).
-Test: Embryology I (developmental principles: gametes and
gametogenesis, 1st wk, 2nd wk,3rd wk,4th wk, primitive and
definitive umbilical cord, neurulation, differentiation of
somites, fetal membranes.
Development of the head and neck: pharyngeal (branchial
apparatus), development of the tongue
Tip: - make a table in which you will write down the
different changes and maturity of organs per week and per
system
-Use the lecture notes and the embryology book : Before we
are born.
-Female reproductive system: ovary, oviduct,uterus, vagina
-Placenta: young and full term:
Tip: Know the histological differences between them
-Peripheral nervous system: dorsal root ganglion, autonomic
ganglion, peripheral nerves
-Skin
-CNS: Spinal cord, brain cortex, cerebellum, choroid plexus
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Test: Embryology II: development of the face, nasal cavities
and palate. Development of the teeth, digestive system,
Respiratory system, CVS, urinary system, male and female
genital systems, CNS
Tip: same as Embryo I
-Revision lesson: urinary and reproductive systems, Peripheral
nervous system, mammary glands, sense organs.
Credit test: slice test (theory and identification of slices from
both semesters)
Tip: use your 2 tables to revise (the winter and summer
ones)
Final exam: Oral+ Practical parts
Practical: slice test
Oral: triplet (1 question from each part of the list)
Biology I:
http://www.biologie-lfhk.cz/index.php?s=vyuka
Will start in the summer semester.
No weekly test
Credit test: usually in the last week of April
Tip: know your booklet inside out, words by words
(no kidding, this credit test is usually not easy)
Use the lecture notes from Prof Cervinka.
Latin I and II:
Depending on your group: Test every week or 2 weeks interval
Credit test: Usually at the end of each semester
Czech Language I and II: Depending on your group: the
system of points are different
Credit test at the end of each semester
First-Aid: No weekly test
Practicals at the hospital
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Study with someone, whenever you can,
as much as you can, and as often you can.
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Lectures: Are not mandatory. However you don’t
Online books.
loose anything by attending them (especially in your
1st year).
How to connect from home? EZproxy
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Final exams:
For the oral : you should wear formal clothes on the
day of your examination: suits/shirts for men and
skirts/office dresses for women, etc...
Most exams have 2 parts:
An Oral part: a set of 3 questions from the list (usually)
A Practical part: to show your practical knowledge.
EZproxy server is a library application carried on by the
IT department of UK (Univerzita Karlova-Charles University). Its
main function is to make it possible to connect into the
university server from wherever you are (home, hospital,
internet café etc...) as if you were in the school IT labs.
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During the exam,the teacher is free to ask you any
questions, even if it is not on your triplet, so
beware!
Login with your login and password from the faculty to access
to the online catalog of free books.
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Do everything not to postpone your exam otherwise
you might regret it
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You sign up for the exams using the SIS system with
your password by clicking ‘’register for the exam’’ at the
time specified (be the fastest to click)
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Go for consultation before your final exam if you
think you need to.
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Don’t get discouraged if you have failed many
microtests so far. Many of us have been there before
you but we kept on studying (perseverance is the
key)
https://login.onelog3.ruk.cuni.cz/login
-To have access to our medical library from home, renew or
prolong your loans of books go to
http://ckis.cuni.cz
Change to English
Click on ‘’login CU user in red’’, on the top left
Note: you might need your ISIC card to login.
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Second year
Biology II: Winter semester
http://www.biologie-lfhk.cz/index.php?s=vyuka
Final exam: MCQ test + Oral
MCQ test is to assess your knowledge before the oral part, so
try your best.
Oral: Triplet
Tip: Use your stickers to revise.
Know the basics for the metabolism of glucose, lipids and
proteins: how many steps, names of the products,enzymes
catalyzing each reactions, etc..
Use the lecture notes and the Biochemistry book
(Lippincott is straightforward).
Click on syllabi: to know the program of this term
Click on ‘’questions for examination’’.
Credit test: usually in January
Hard one too (only 2 people passed on the 1st attempt
when I was in 2nd year)
Tip: Study hard, from the booklet + lectures from the
practical classes
Also use Prof Cervinka Lectures
Deepen your knowledge with a biology book + google .
Final exam: Oral
Tip: the list of questions is already available on the website
Use the lecture notes+ a biology book
Biochemistry I
Physiology I
http://staryweb.lfhk.cuni.cz/fyziologie/bin/web/index.php?
display=page&pageId=28
Tests: every 2 weeks approximately
Click on timetable of practical classes, to know the topics of
the tests. But usually, they are:
1-Hematology
2-Immunology
3-General neurophysiology and myology
4-CNS
Tip: MCQ- think logically.
Every student will be required to choose a topic from a list
and have 20 min powerpoint presentation.
http://web.lfhk.cuni.cz/chemie/general.html
Click on ‘’Biochemistry I’’
Weekly test: about organic chemistry
Tip: Get some stickers in which you will write down the
formula, the names of the compounds (trivial and
chemical names), and the chemical reactions, the
names of the enzymes involved, etc…
Biochemistry II:
Tests during the seminar, usually once a week or every 2
weeks
Physiology II:
Notice: print the list of questions for the oral part of the
examination from the website above.
Tests: Traditionally, the topics are:
1 -CVS
2-Respiratory system
3-Endocrinology
4-Gastroenterology
5-Metabolism
6-kidneys
7-senses
You will be asked to prepare some PowerPoint
presentations. Topics will be given.
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Practical exam: usually in May.
Tip: - You should know the principles and the
procedure of measurements.
-You should also know the normal and
pathological ranges
Print the list of questions from the website
http://staryweb.lfhk.cuni.cz/fyziologie/bin/web/
index.php?display=freePage&freePageId=4
Oral exam: triplet
Tip: study from the lecture notes
Use the recommended book (Guyton & Hall)
Microbiology I (summer term)
Website: http://staryweb.lfhk.cuni.cz/klinmikrob/
anstart.htm
Test every 2 weeks or 3 weeks. The topics are usually
announced in advance by the teacher, as well as the
dates of the tests.
Curriculum:
- Work in the microbiology lab-lab safety
- specimen collection and transport. Cutivation of tonsil
swabs. Cultivation methods in bacteriology
-Microscopy,staining methods
-ATB susceptibility test +interpretation
-sterilization, disinfection procedures
-staphylococci, the Neisseriae
-enterococci. Streptococci
-Lab tests. Clinical cases. Seminar
Credit test usually in April.
Medical Immunology I: summer semester
No weekly test
Basis for patient care: No weekly test
Czech Language III and IV:
Final exam: oral
During the summer holidays, you will be required to
spend at least 2 weeks in a hospital, doing Nursing
assignment for ‘’the Basis for patient care’’. At the
end, the head nurse should sign your confirmation of
internship and you should bring it to the secretary
office of our faculty.
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Third year
Medical Immunology II
No weekly test
Final Exam: Oral, around 50 questions
Tip: Take it as early as possible.
The lecture notes are more than enough
Microbiology II
Final Exam: Oral
Tip: You can take the exam before Christmas if you want.
Use the lecture notes.
Pathophysiology I:
Website: http://web.lfhk.cuni.cz/patfyz/
Pathophysiology II
Tests: -respiratory system
-ECG: pathophysiology diagnostics
-Urinary system
-GIT
-Case reports
Final exam: Oral
Tip: study from the booklet
Try to understand and think logically
Pathological anatomy I :
Website: http://www.lfhk.cuni.cz/patanat/
No weekly test.
Credit test: slice test: evaluation of theoretical and
practical knowledge
Tip: -make a table of the slices. On one side of the table,
write down the number of each slice and on the other
side, write down the most important features of the
corresponding slice.
Pathological anatomy II:
Credit test: Slice test
Tip: -make another table for the summer term. Use the
two tables (winter and summer) to revise for this credit
test.
Final examination: (Beware of this exam!!)
MCQ test + Oral
Note: If you fail this test, you loose one chance.
Tip: study mostly from the lecture notes and the
recommended book (Robbins)
Start studying for this exam as early as possible.
Oral part: triplet of questions.
Essentials of Surgery:
Test after the lecture
Tip: pay attention during the lecture
Pharmacology I: website http://staryweb.lfhk.cuni.cz/
farmakol/anglicka/study/study.htm
Click on ‘’winter term 2012/2013’’ for the syllabi
Weekly test
Tip: study from the lecture notes
Physical examination in Internal Medicine:
Sometimes test before the practical
Final Exam: Oral + MCQ TEST:
Tip: study from the book you use during the practicals
Practical part: Study from the book too
You should know how to examine the patient, how to
perform some basic tests (ex: Babinski)
Medical psychology and communication with the
patient:
No weekly test
Final Exam: Oral
Tip: study from the lecture notes
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Fourth year
Winter semester
Dentistry:
Final Exam: MCQ
Tip: study from the lectures
Ask dentistry colleagues
You should be able to explain the various graphs
(pharmacokinetics)
For the ATBs, you should also know:
-the class and the generations of each ATB (1st, 2nd, 3rd,etc..)
Summer semester:
Neurology I: No weekly test
Internal Medicine II
Surgery I
Diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine:
Note: Diagnostic radiology- has its own list of questions
Nuclear Medicine- has its own list of questions too
Final Exam: Oral
Neurology II:
They are both taken on the same day (a triplet from each
Final
Exam:
list). Nuclear medicine exam is usually at the department of
practical part: examination of the patient+
Oncology and Nuclear medicine, building 23
diagnosis
Tip: pay attention to the X rays given during the seminars
Oral part: triplet
and their diagnostics
Tip:
There is a floor for ‘’stroke’’ patients, a floor for MS
Study from the lecture notes for the oral part.
(Multiple Sclerosis) and another for various diagnostics. Be wise
and try to identify them, this might help you in your final
Pharmacology II:
diagnostic (of course you should consider your physical findings!
Internal Medicine III
Surgery II
Dermatovenereology:
Final exam: MCQ + Practical
Practical: diagnosis of the patient
MCQ: around 80 questions (they were changed , so beware)
Sports Medicine:
Final exam: Oral: Over 30 questions.
Note: Dates available at the end of the week of the seminars.
Psychiatry I:
Credit test: MCQ + practical
examination of the patient)
part
(psychiatric
Final exam: Oral
Tip: - start studying for this exam as soon as you can,
Anesthesiology:
otherwise it will seem like it’s too much.
Final exam: MCQ
- For each drug, you should know:
1.the name of the drug and its class
2. the mechanism of action
Medical practice in the hospital: At least 2 weeks of
3. the actions on the body and
Internal Medicine + at least 2 weeks of Surgery.
target organs (if acting via receptors, which types?)
You will be given a green logbook full of different
4. The adverse effects of the drug
diagnosis,that has to be signed and stamped by the doctor in
(ex: which drugs are teratogenic, nephrogenic,etc..)
charge, during your stay in the hospital. Once you are back in
HK, you should get the same book signed from the head of each
5. The contraindications
department.
6. Drugs that need to have TDM
Anne L.Nengue, 5th year GM
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Meet the students

Klára Licinbergová
Klára je studentka 5.
ročníku všeobecného
lékařství a většina z nás
ji může znát díky tomu,
že se nám snaží přiblížit
jednání Akademického
senátu naší fakulty, ve
kterém
nás
jako
senátorka zastupuje.
Čím si myslíš, že tě naše fakulta nejvíc obohatila?
Naučila mě komunikovat s lidmi. Určitě mě obohatila
o přátelství, rozšířila mi obzory. Každé setkání, ať už
s vyučujícím nebo studentem mě inspirovalo
k formování životního postoje. A obohacuje mě
každý den - z každého jednoho rozhovoru s
vyučujícím, ať profesorem, docentem, či ―pouze‖
doktorem, si odnáším nejen vědomosti a předávané
zkušenosti. Zároveň se mi ukazují možnosti, jak lze
jednat s pacienty či nadřízenými.
Kdo tě v životě nejvíce inspiroval a proč?
z domácího prostředí v prvé řadě určitě rodiče a to
svojí pracovitostí a přístupem k životu. A pak má
skautská rodina v rodném městě. Jinak si myslím, že
každé setkání s člověkem je inspirující, ať už
v pozitivním nebo negativním smyslu. První velký
profesionální zážitek se odehrál jednoho
listopadového podvečera v prvém ročníku, kdy nám
o historii lékařství v HK vyprávěl prof. Chrobák. Svou
grácií, moudrostí a přehledem ve mně zanechal
silnou stopu. Poté se mi dostala do rukou kniha
R ytíři
léka řské ho
sta vu,
příběhy
těch
nejvýznamnějších lékařů českých zemí. Nutno
podotknout, to je koncentrovaná inspirace v tvrdých
deskách. Uvědomila jsem si, jakou obtížnou cestou
se museli tito věhlasní profesoři a doktoři
probojovávat, v čele s hradeckým prof.
Fingerlandem, a jak my máme proti nim všechno
naservírované na talíři. Jen to do té hlavy dostat :)
Kdyby si měla možnost něco vzkázat mladším
studentů naší fakulty, co by to bylo?
Když přijdou chmury, tak ať si vzpomenou, že sem
chtěli jít. Když to nepomůže, ta ať si řeknou, co
jiného by chtěli dělat - nebyla medicína to jediný? A
když nepomůže ani to, tak ať si řeknou, že když se
dali na vojnu, tak se musí bojovat. Hlavně ať vydrží.
Předzkouškové stavy méněcennosti jsou
fyziologické :). A ráda bych na ně apelovala, aby se
zajímali o dění kolem nich. Máme jedinečnou
příležitost podílet se na utváření našeho
každodenního života, který pak zanechá stopu pro
další prváky a další studenty. Když budeme lhostejní,
je opravdu reálné, že nás politický systém naší země
vyškrtne z jakéhokoliv podílu na utváření
akademické atmosféry a prostředí. A to není to, za
co se předchozí generace (nejen) naší univerzity bily.
Tři věci, které by sis s sebou vzala na pustý
ostrov.
Jako na dovolenou? – Nůž, jodovou tinkturu a foťák
Kde vidíš sama sebe za pět let?
V nejlepším případě na tom pustém ostrově,
v nejhorším ve službě (směje se)
Ne, teď vážně, nejlépe někde před dokončením
atestace.
Aneta Matulikova, 5.vseob
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
Munachiso Ndukwe
I will probably say that I learned about how to relate to
people, how to think, how to be open-minded…Whatever
ideas you have in your head, are probably not always how the
world functions.
Where do you see yourself in Five years’ time from
now?
Munachiso Ndukwe (commonly
called Chiso) is a 6th year medical In five years’ time from now, I will hopefully be in Nigeria,
student. He was born in Nigeria trying to work with people. My vision is to go back to my
but he grew up in Dubai. He is motherland and try to make it a better place.
one of the pioneers behind our
Who is the person that inspired you the most in
International Student’s Union
your life and why?
(ISU).
Chiso, could you tell us what sparked your interest
in getting involved in the creation of ISU?
I would say the interest arose from the fact that I came
from a multicultural background. Having grown up in
Dubai and then seeing another multicultural place
here, full of different people from different nations.
But, what was supposed to be a beautiful thing turned
out to be an ugly thing and created a lot of frictions.
Thus, the motivation for everyone involved to start it:
To get different students from different places
together.
What have you learned the most about studying at
this university?
The thing I have learned the most about studying here
will probably be more about living in this country. You see, I
came here when I was young. So I pretty much grew up here.
I got most of my ideas about life here. Life was quite different
from what I was used to, because I grew up in a proper
capitalistic world. Then I came here which was quite different.
(smile.) Does it have to be only one person? It is a difficult
question to answer. There are many different people that
have inspired me, at different points of my life.
I will probably say that Jesus is my first inspiration: the way
he loved people, how he cared about them and how he was
always provocative and thinking ahead of his time.
The second will have to be my older sister, and pretty much
all my sisters. They all have open hearts. They always take
care of people in whatever way they can
And the last one will probably be Lukas. He is my leadership
mentor. He inspires me. But there are many more…
If you could say one word to the younger
generation of our school, what would it be?
I think it will definitively be: first of all focus on the fact
that you came here to study. Then, take advantage
of the fact that you have so many different nations
represented here. You probably will never have this
experience again. I’m sure the country you come from
is awesome; it is the best country in the world. But
while you are here, you get to mingle with so many
different people. Just take advantage of that. Finally
stay away from the drama, yeah stay away from the
drama!
Anne L. Nengue 5th year GM
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Have you guys heard about our local Reptile? I bet you haven’t…YET. Besides, he told me that in Music, an artist should use a name
Let me introduce you to Reptile Maseko, a hip hop artist, member of that grabs attention. Reptile definitively does the job!
the ALL 300 Infantry group, a poet, a politician and a medical
student.
On meeting Goms, his band mate:
Who is Reptile Maseko?
Born Maseko Tumisang
Edward, he is a 2nd year
medical student from
Botswana, Africa.
They met 3 years ago at the University of Botswana. They
discovered that they shared a common concept and love for the
kind of music they listened to: they called it ‘’true hip hop’’
naming it in their native language as ‘’Motswako’’ i.e Hip hop
with a message.
As a poet, Reptile incorporates poetry to his music and ‘’this is
What motivated him to a great composition ‘’ he said, quoting 2pac: ’’ these days we
have so many rappers, but we don’t have enough poets’’.
start music?
I was raised in a kind of
ghetto place well known as
Kasi (Peleng, Lobatse) . In
such places, there are a lot
of influences…So, one of
the ways out of this not so good lifestyle was music. I started
listening to 2pac, Nas, and our local musicians such as Tuks, HT
and HHT. These artists talked about life and that fascinated me.
However, it wasn’t until I reached standard 6* that I started
writing music on my own. I taught myself by just listening to it
and I went on putting words together and rhymed them;
everybody around me was impressed and that was encouraging.
Eventually, it moved on to something more sensible. I started All 300 Infantry performing during Graduation night 2013
writing about life, about school, about God.
He added that school was also his motivation and considered On Why they called themselves ‘’All 300 Infantry’’?
coming here to study as a great achievement. He knew that
where he was from, it was almost impossible to make a living
He said that back home, before meeting his bandmate ‘’Goms’’
out of music. So he had found a compromise: part time would born Keikanetswe Mogomotsi, he belonged to another group
be dedicated to his music and his full time would be for school.
called: 15 round semi automatic gun squad.
An Infantry**, he explained to me, ‘’ is a word used in the military, to qualify soldiers fighting on the ground. It is the first line
Why did he choose Reptile as his artist name?
of defense that is deployed in the field’’
Simply put, they consider themselves as ‘’Ghetto soldiers’’.
He smiled before answering me. But eventually he told me
the story: When he was around 11 years old, he was reading a
You can contact Reptile Maseko
composition that he made, to his classmates, about a hare and a
via Facebook at: maseko reptile ‘’ok fine’’
monkey.
or by personal email: [email protected]
In the story, the monkey reached for the little hare and to
stress the reaction of the hare, he read on that ‘’the hare
reptiled against the monkey’’... The teacher and his classmates
were all surprised by this sentence and they started calling him
reptile from that day.
*Standard 6: Primary school level in Botswana, age 11-12 years
old
**Infantry: branch of the army that fights on the foot-soldiers
specifically trained to defeat the enemy in face to face combat.
Anne L.Nengue, 5th year GM
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Jak jsem se seznámil se skrytým kurikulem
Byl sychravý podzimní večer a já se vracel
po vyčerpávajícím týdnu do své domovské
vesnice. Ten pátek byl za všechny prachy. Sice
jsme ten den dostali šanci získat hattrick, co se
počtu napsaných testů týče, ale spíš bychom
byli bývali radši, kdybychom praporkový test,
první preparátový test a test z biofyziky mohli
psát v odstupu aspoň pár dnů. Nevím, jestli to
bylo už ten den nebo někdy později, ale chtělo
se mi z toho řvát.
Přeskočím příjemné i náročné peripetie prvních
tří semestrů svého studia a nadnesu otázky,
která mě vzápětí začaly trápit. To když jsem
na sobě uviděl, že dochází síly.
Je ten tlak, pod kterým jsme, nezbytný? Nešlo
by naše síly využít na potřebnější věci? Nebo bych se také
z pohledu začínajícího čtvrťáka – klinika zelenáče – mohl ptát:
„Jaká je bilance „rizika versus benefit― u toho našeho studia?
Co to s námi dělá? Jaké jsou vedlejší účinky? Co můžu jako
student udělat pro to, abych lépe zvládal rizika a aby převážily
benefity?―
Odpovědi se jednomu hledají těžko. Měl jsem ale to štěstí, že
jsem potkal lidi, kteří mi s tím byli ochotní pomoct. Byl to tuším
pan prof. Mareš, který mě seznámil s termínem skryté
kurikulum. Ne, opravdu to není chlupatá příšerka, která se
schovává v temných zákoutích fakulty nebo kolejí. Spíš se
tenhle pojem dá přirovnat k něčemu mnohem většímu,
nenápadnějšímu a zákeřnějšímu. Nebo také prospěšnějšímu.
Záleží na tom, jak se nám to naše hradecké lékařské skryté
kurikulum podaří ochočit.
Bez metafor pojem skryté kurikulum představuje souhrn
nepsaných vlivů, které působí na členy
nějaké lidské společnosti. Pro naši potřebu
to zužme na hradeckou lékařskou fakultu.
Po tomto vymezení sem můžeme zahrnout
veškeré mezilidské vztahy na fakultě i
v nemocnici, zaběhnuté postupy zkoušení a
hodnocení studentů, hodnotové postoje
přímo či nepřímo vyjadřované vyučujícími,
vzorce chování v určitých situacích, přístup
k pacientům (zvláště k těm, kteří vyžadují
komplexnější péči) atd. Bez nadsázky sem
patří i to, jestli se navzájem zdravíme a
jsme schopní si vyměnit alespoň úsměv.
Shodou okolností se mi do rukou dostaly
indicie vedoucí k tomu, že se s tímhle
skrytým kurikulem dá podniknout spoustu
užitečných věcí. Ale nejdřív je potřeba ho trochu víc poznat. Na
to konto se snad v nejbližších měsících a semestrech podaří
rozjet projekt zaštítěný právě Ústavem sociálního lékařství
LFHK (vedou nás pan profesor Mareš a pan doktor Hadaš).
V něm je cílem sesbírat naše zkušenosti s hradeckým skrytým
kurikulem a použít je pro zlepšení výuky. Dalo by se o tom
napsat víc, ale bude-li se projektu dařit, určitě o něm ještě
uslyšíte.
Za všechny, kdo se na projektu nějak mají podílet
Tomáš Jiran, 4. ročník, VŠEOB.
[email protected]
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IFMSA-Orientation and sports course
During the last week of September, an Orientation and sports
course, organized by IFMSA
and supported by the Faculty
of Medicine in Hradec
Králové, took place in
Stříbrný rybník camp. Over
100 medical freshmen
participated in the course.
to be a regular medical student. Disciplines with fun
„simulation― of laparoscopy and transfusion station were also
included.
The nights were devoted mostly to music and dancing: famous
czech and international songs were sung by the organizers
with some help from the freshmen, accompanied by the sound
of the guitars.
There was also a scheduled lesson from doc. MUDr.
Stoklasová, CSc, as the course was supposed to be educational
as well. This lesson was perfect as it gave to students the basic
and most useful information for the first year students. There
was also a short and interesting speech by prof. MUDr. Malý,
CSc.
The 3 day long course was full of various activities. The
freshmen got to play icebreaking games, night games in the
forest and various sports organized by the Katedra tělesné
výchovy FaF and LFHK UK. There were also medical olympic
games, bonfire and guitars night, a lesson from doc.
Immediately after the end of the course, the students played
Stoklasová, games in Hradec Králové, discussion with
another game in Hradec Králové. This one was designed to
students,and finally, an introduction to the local students‗
help them learn about the interesting and important places of
associations. The course ended by a tradional and very popular
Hradec Králové.
christening of the medical students.
The highlight of the course was the christening of medical
The registration was at the beginning and students got some
students, one of the best experiences, that
injections as their nameplates. The Organization comittee then
prepared some ‚‗‗icebreaker‗‗ activities that helped the first year
students to get to know each other. The students learned that
many still remember to this day. All the participants entered ‚‗‗a
they couldn‘t possibly study medicine without a good team
secret ceremony as mere mortals and exited as medical
work.
students‗‗. Since medical school isn‘t a simple walk in a garden
In cooperation with KTV, the students tried all kinds of sports – full of roses, they had to prove that they were ready and able
crocket, volleyball, ringo and many more. Most of these sports to finish this route of initiation while keeping its secrets.
activities are from the P.E. course available to students during
Jan Rule, 4. ročník, všeob.
academical year. KTV also prepared the night game in the
forest, bringing back fun memories to some of the students
and reminding them of their path of bravery.
Medical olympic games were divided into 8 disciplines.
Freshmen were able to try their memory, dexterity, balance,
accuracy and strength of their stomachs – all qualities required
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IFMSA-
Seznamovací a sportovní kurz
české i zahraniční písně z úst organizátorů s notnou podporou
účastníků kurzu a s doprovodnými libými zvuky kytar.
Jelikož Seznamovací a sportovní kurz není určen pouze k zábavě, proběhla i přednáška s doc. MUDr. Stoklasovou, CSc.,
která stejně tak jako předešlé roky bravurně během jedné
hodiny podala ty nejzákladnější a nejdůležitější informace pro
nové studenty LF. Podnětným krátkým slovem přispěl také prof.
MUDr. Malý, CSc. Hned po přednášce na studenty prvního
ročníku čekalo další překvapení, tentokráte v podobě hry
v Hradci Králové, díky níž mohli budoucí studenti poznat nejen
Na začátku celé akce proběhla zajímavá, ale i pro svou existenci důležitá místa v Hradci Králoregistrace, oštítkování studentů vé.
stříkačkami se jmény, následně
ubytování.
Zlatým hřebem tohoto kurzu je již od jeho počátků Křest mediků, jeden z nejlepších zážitků, na něž spousta z pokřtěných
Organizátoři poté připravili několik seznamovacích her, jež us- ráda vzpomíná. Všichni zúčastnění vstupují do tajemného
nadnily samotné seznámení prváků mezi sebou a naznačily
obřadu jako obyčejní smrtelníci a vystupují jako medici. Jelikož
účastníkům, že se na Seznamovacím a sportovním kurzu rozh- studium medicíny není procházka růžovým sadem, musí
odně v koutku o samotě nudit nebudou. Zároveň mohli již
prokázat svou připravenost a způsobilost zdárným absolv úvodu zjistit, že studium medicíny se bez týmové spolupráce
vováním strastiplné cesty zasvěcení a uchovat jeho tajemství.
neobejde.
Během tří dnů kurzů nováčci postupně absolvovali výše
Martin Cerhán, 3. Ročník, všeob.
zmíněné seznamovací hry, dále rozmanité sportovní hry pořádané Katedrou tělesné výchovy spadající pod FaF UK (KTV), noční
„bojovku“ v lese (pořádanou rovněž KTV), medickou olympiádu,
kytarový večer, přednášku s doc. Stoklasovou, hru v Hradci
Králové, besedy se studenty, byly jim představeny studentské
spolky a celý kurz zakončil již tradiční a velmi oblíbený křest
mediků.
Poslední týden v září proběhl
v kempu Stříbrný rybník Sez
namovací a sportovní kurz,
který patří mezi projekty IFMSA
a je podporován Lékařskou
fakultou v Hradci Králové.
Soustředění se účastnilo 100
novopečených mediků.
Ve spolupráci s KTV si účastníci soustředění vyzkoušeli různé
druhy sportů od kroketu přes volejbal až po ringo. Většina
z těchto sportů je součástí nabídky tělocviků v průběhu akademického roku. KTV rovněž zorganizovala „bojovku“ v lese, která
leckterým ne náhodou připomněla dětská léta a notoricky
známou hru s názvem stezka odvahy.
Medická olympiáda se skládala z 8 disciplín. Účastníci si mohli
postupně vyzkoušet například svou paměť, obratnost, rovnováhu, přesnost a silný žaludek – zkrátka vše, co patří ke standardní výbavě průměrného medika. Nechybělo stanoviště se zábavnou „simulací“ laparoskopie či transfuzní stanice.
Večery byly věnovány především hudbě a věcem s ní spojeným,
včetně taneční zábavy. Během jednoho z večerů zazněly známé
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Pozvání na Vánoce v Pardubicích
VÁNOČNÍ SETKÁNÍ
Pátek 6. 12. od 17 h do 22 h
Divadlo 29/Sv. Anežky České 29/Pardubice
Pracovníci Centra na podporu integrace cizinců pro Pardubický
kraj Vás srdečně zvou na tradiční setkání s vánočními workshopy
a bohatým doprovodným programem.
Vstup je zdarma
Bližší informace najdete na našem webu : www.integracnicentra.cz
nebo na facebooku https://www.facebook.com/jakub.kosek.3?fref=pb&hc_location=profile_browser#!/
pages/Centrum-na-podporu-integrace-cizinc%C5%AF-pro-Pardubick%C3%BD-kraj/547574505262568
The Arts Club HK in collaboration with the Center for support and integration of foreigners-Pardubice warmly invite
you to the Christmas party that will take place:
On: Friday 6th December
From: 5pm to 10pm (official program)
At: Divadlo 29, www.divadlo29.cz/klub, Sv. anežky české 29 Pardubice (20 min from HK).
Free entry.
Come and join us. Let’s celebrate Christmas, the international way with traditionally made workshop, music, dance…
For more information, please visit our website www.integracnicentra.cz
Our facebook profile: Centrum na podporu integrace cizinců pro Pardubický kraj.
Join the Arts Club HK group on Facebook to keep up with the latest news.
Mgr. Ivona Baklíková
vedoucí centra
Správa uprchlických zařízení MV
Centrum na podporu integrace cizinců v Pardubickém kraji
Pernerova 444
530 02 Pardubice
e-mail: [email protected]
www.integracnicentra.cz
www.suz.cz
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EN
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Have you ever heard about the Universal declaration of
Human Rights? Do you know your rights as a human being?
Well, let’s catch up people, not only as medical professionals
but as people.
Here, for you is the Universal Declaration of Human rights, as
adopted by the UN general assembly on the 10th of December
1948.
Preamble
Whereas recognition of the inherent
dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,
Whereas the peoples of the United Nations
have in the Charter reaffirmed their faith
in fundamental human rights, in the dignity
and worth of the human person and
in the equal rights of men and women
and have determined to promote social
progress and better standards of life in
larger freedom,
Whereas Member States have pledged themselves to achieve,
in cooperation with the United Nations, the promotion
of universal respect for and observance
of human rights and fundamental freedoms,
Whereas a common understanding of these
rights and freedoms is of the greatest
importance for the full realization of this
pledge,
Whereas disregard and contempt for
human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the
conscience of mankind, and the advent of a world in which human
beings shall enjoy freedom of speech
and belief and freedom from fear and Eleanor Roosevelt is widely regarded as
want has been proclaimed as the the ‘’Mother of The Universal Declaration
highest aspiration of the common peo- of Human Rights’
ple,
Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be
compelled to have recourse, as a last resort,
to rebellion against tyranny and oppression,
that human rights should be protected by
the rule of law,
Whereas it is essential to promote the development
of friendly relations between
nations,
Now, therefore,
The General Assembly
Proclaims this Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a common standard of
achievement for all peoples and all nations,
to the end that every individual and every
organ of society, keeping this Declaration
constantly
in mind, shall strive by teaching and education to promote respect for hese rights and freedoms and by progressive
measures, national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance, both among
the peoples of Member States themselves and among the
peoples of territories under their jurisdiction.
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Article 1
Article 7
All human beings are born free and equal in
dignity and rights. They are endowed with
reason and conscience and should act towards
one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
All are equal before the law and are entitled
without any discrimination to equal protection
of the law. All are entitled to equal protection
against any discrimination in violation of this Declaration
and against any incitement
to such discrimination.
Article 2
Everyone is entitled to all the rights and
freedoms set forth in this Declaration,
without distinction of any kind, such as
race, colour, sex, language, religion,
political or other opinion, national or social
origin, property, birth or other sta tus.
Furthermore, no distinction shall be
made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the
country or territory to which a person
belongs, whether it be independent,
trust, non-self-governing or under any
other limitation of sovereignty.
Article 3
Article 8
Everyone has the right to an effective remedy
by the competent national tribunals for acts
violating the fundamental rights granted him
by the constitution or by law.
Article 9
No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention
or exile.
Article 10
Logo of The United Nations
Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair
Human Rights
and public hearing by an independent and
Everyone has the right to life, liberty and
security of person.
Article 4
No one shall be held in slavery or servitude;
slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited
in all their forms.
Article 5
No one shall be subjected to torture or to
cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or
punishment.
Article 6
Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere
as a person before the law.
impartial tribunal, in the determination of
his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him.
Article 11
(1) Everyone charged with a penal offence
has the right to be presumed innocent until
proved guilty according to law in a public trial
at which he has had all the guarantees necessary
for his defence.
(2) No one shall be held guilty of any penal offence on account of
any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offence, under national or international law, at the time when it was committed. Nor shall a heavier penalty be imposed than the one that
was applicable at the time the penal offence
was committed.
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Article 12
No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference
with his privacy, family, home or correspondence,
nor to attacks upon his honour
and reputation. Everyone has the right to the
protection of the law against such interference
or attacks.
(2) Marriage shall be entered into only with
the free and full consent of the intending
spouses.
(3) The family is the natural and fundamental
group unit of society and is entitled to protection
by society and the State.
Article 17
Article 13
(1) Everyone has the right to freedom of
movement and residence within the borders
of each State.
(2) Everyone has the right to leave any country,
including his own, and to return to his
country.
Article 14
(1) Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy
in other countries asylum from persecution.
(2) This right may not be invoked in the
case of prosecutions genuinely arising from
non-political crimes or from acts contrary to
the purposes and principles of the United
Nations.
Article 15
(1) Everyone has the right to a nationality.
(2) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his
nationality nor denied the right to change
his nationality.
Article 16
(1) Men and women of full age, without any
Limitation due to race, nationality or religion,
have the right to marry and to found
a family. They are entitled to equal rights
as to marriage, during marriage
and at its dissolution.
(1) Everyone has the right to own property
alone as well as in association with others.
(2) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his
property.
Article 18
Everyone has the right to freedom of thought,
conscience
and religion; this right includes
freedom to change his religion or belief, and
freedom, either alone or in community with
others and in public or private, to manifest his
religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship
and observance.
Article 19
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion
and expression; this right includes freedom
to hold opinions without interference and
to seek, receive and impart information and
ideas through any media and regardless of
frontiers.
Article 20
(1) Everyone has the right to freedom of
peaceful assembly and association.
(2) No one may be compelled to belong to
an association.
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Article 21
(1) Everyone has the right to take part in
the government of his country, directly or
through freely chosen representatives.
Article 24
Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable
limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.
Article 25
(2) Everyone has the right to equal access to
public service in his country.
(3) The will of the people shall be the basis
of the authority of government; this will shall
be expressed in periodic and genuine elections
which shall be by universal and equal
suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or
by equivalent free voting
procedures.
Article 22
Everyone, as a member of society, has the
right to social security and is entitled to realization,
through national effort and international
cooperation and in accordance with the
organization and resources of each State, of
the economic, social and cultural rights indispensable
for his dignity and the free development
of his personality.
Article 23
(1) Everyone has the right to work, to free
choice of employment, to just and favourable
conditions of work and to protection against
unemployment.
(2) Everyone, without any discrimination, has
the right to equal pay for equal work.
(3) Everyone who works has the right to just and
favourable remuneration ensuring for himself
and his family an existence worthy of human
dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by
other means of social protection.
(4) Everyone has the right to form and to
join trade unions for the protection of his
interests.
(1) Everyone has the right to a standard
of living adequate for the health and wellbeing of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right
to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability,
widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances
beyond his control.
(2) Motherhood and childhood are entitled
to special care and assistance. All children,
whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy
the same social protection.
Article 26
(1) Everyone has the right to education. Education
shall be free, at least in the elementary
and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be
compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made
generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit.
(2) Education shall be directed to the full development of the
human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or
religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United
Nations for the maintenance of peace.
(3) Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education
that shall be given to their children.
Article 27
(1) Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life
of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific
advancement and its benefits.
(2) Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and
material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic
production of which he is the author.
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Article 28
Article 30
Everyone is entitled to a social and international
order in which the rights and freedoms
set forth in this Declaration can be fully
realized.
Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted
as implying for any State, group or person any
right to engage in any activity or to perform
any act aimed at the destruction of any of the
rights and freedoms set forth herein.
Article 29
(1) Everyone has duties to the community in
which alone the free and full development of
his personality is possible.
(2) In the exercise of his rights and freedoms,
everyone
shall be subject only to such limitations
as are determined by law solely for
the purpose of securing due recognition
and respect for the rights and freedoms of
others and of meeting the just requirements
of morality, public order and the general welfare
in a democratic society.
(3) These rights and freedoms may in no case
be exercised contrary to the purposes and
principles of the United Nations.
United Nations Department of Public Information
For more information
www.ohchr.org/english/issues/education/
training/udhr.htm
w w w . u n . o r g/ c y b e rsc h o o l b u s / h u m a n ri g h t s /
index.asp
http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/Pages/
WhatareHumanRights.aspx
http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/
Anne. L. Nengue 5th year GM
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EN
Miss world 2013
Is an international beauty pageant created in the UK by Beauty with a purpose: Winner: Nepal, shani Shrestha
Eric Morley in 1951. Part of the Big
four (along with Miss Universe 1952,
Miss international 1960, and Miss Earth
2001), it is one of the most known
beauty contests in the world.
This year, marked the 63rd edition of
the pageant with 127 contestants. It
was held on the 28th September at Bali Nusa Dua in Bali, Indonesia.
The contest:
 The concept of ‘’beauty with a purpose’’ was created by
Eric and Julia Morley. The contestants presented their’’
purpose project’’ in a short video, stating from which Sports and Fitness: Winner: Netherlands, Jacqueline Steencountries they are from and they different social issues beek
they are involved/or will be involved in.

The challenges: The contestants were also subjected to 5
challenges events. At the end of each event ,the top 10
finalists were picked.
Beach Fashion: Winner: Brazil, Sancler Frantz
Talent competition: Winner: Indonesia, Vania Larissa
Top model: Winner: Philippines, Megan Young
The people’s champion: Winner: Gilbratar, Maria Kharbouch.
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TOP MODEL : The top 10
Ukraine, South Sudan, Brazil, France, Philippines,
Cameroon, Cyprus, England ,Italy, United States.
And the winner is: Megan Young
Guys, isn’t she ‘’beauty-Full’’ Miss world
2013 ?
The controversies:
- Some people are against beauty contests in general, stating that ‘’Beauty is not about white skin and
being pretty’’
The Final show:
Presented by Kamal Ibrahima and Myleene Klaas and after
2hours of colorful, beautiful and entertaining performances, the
judges reached an agreement
The top 3:
-Miss Ghana: Carranzar Naa Okailey Shooter, 23nd year,
4th year medical student
-Miss France: Marine Lorphelin, 20., 2nd year medical student
-Miss Philippines: Megan Young, 23.digital film making
student
-Prior to the Miss world contest, Muslimah World was also organized in Indonesia, Jakarta. Contestants were muslims, wore the
hijabs, and their ability to recite some Surat from the Qur’an was
tested. This year winner was Obabiyi Aishah Ajibola, from Nigeria.
- Some contestants lost their clothes and other personal belongings inside the hotel they were staying.
Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miss_World
http://www.youtube.com/user/OfficialMissWorld
http://www.missworld.com/Contestants/#Phttp://
www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-24148779http://
www.cameroononline.org/2013/10/07/scandal-miss-worldcameroon-cheated-dream-lost-dress/
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Sad Nature.
Grow. Keep on growing little flower.
As beautiful as you are now,
Remember yourself years ago, as a seed.
Small as sand. Brown as dust.
We thought you were dead,
Until you emerged from the earth.
Just as a spider, you spread your roots.
You fought for survival, what a worthy fight!
Courageous creature that you are,
Risen from the world of darkness,
Helped by your feeble limbs
To see the light from above.
On your way, you encountered the hard stones,
You survived the drought, the rainy seasons.
You went through the stormy weathers.
You escaped the feet of mankind.
Yet, little flower, you remained full of elegance.
Splendid as you are with your colorful petals.
Your smell is now a refreshing breeze,
Despite your longest lonely days.
Lively creature of the nature,
It is time for you to enjoy your innocence,
The wind, the bees. The sky and the seas.
The happiest days of your life.
For you ought to remember that,
As lovely as you are today, little flower, painted as a rainbow,
A day shall come when your memories shall be erased.
Your varnish will simply fade away.
Your struggles will soon be history.
Your birth, a mere distant memory,
Your elegance, forgotten by your peers.
What a tragedy little flower, just as many before you.
Note: This poem is an allegory of the human life.
Anne L. Nengue 5th year GM
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Confucius : ‘’When a wise man points at the moon, the fool looks at the finger ‘’
Mother Teresa: ‘’Be faithful in the small things because it is
in them that your strength lies’’
Albert Einstein
‘’Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man
of value’’
Bill Cosby
‘’I do not know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody’’
Charles Louis Montesquieu
„Člověk musí mnoho studovat, aby málo věděl.―
Alfred Adler
“Je vždycky snazší bojovat za principy, než podle nich
žít.‖
Anne L. Nengue 5th year GM
Aneta Matulikova 5.Vseob.
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