Dr Stransky (Martin J. Stransky, MD, FACP ) directs the Prague Selective, the largest programme of its type in Europe (over 1,500 students from over 40 medical schools). The programme was established in 1998 is an introduction to clinical medicine. The Selective is geared toward first and second-year students who have at least some exposure to basic physical diagnosis and/or neurosciences, although this is not required. There is no formal screening process for the Selective, other than being a medical student in good-standing in an accredited medical school.
Students are exposed to various hospitals in the locality and have afternoon discussion sessions exploring how physicians think as well as how different medical systems operate. The programme is active for three weeks each July, and is a good option for students who would like to experience medical thinking and practice in a context outside their national healthcare system.
Full details are at the programme website and participating hospitals in Prague are;
Karlovo Námestí Hospital, First Medical Faculty, Charles University School of Medicine
Motol Hospital, Second Medical Faculty, Charles University School of Medicine
Vinohrady Hospital, Third Medical Faculty, Charles University School of Medicine
Thomayerová hospital, Charles University School of Medicine
Central Military Hospital (Vojenská nemocnice)
Clinic at U Apolináøe
Polyclinic at Národní (site of afternoon lectures; adjacent to Selective offices)
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