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Human Medicine

The study of human medicine is completed in accordance with the requirements of the 2002 Medical Licensing Regulations. The training takes place in a classic curriculum with a separation of pre-clinical and clinical courses (standard course of study).

Preclinical teaching takes place at the Faculty of Biology and Preclinical Medicine:

Preclinical study section

Clinical teaching takes place at the Faculty of Medicine, with the first two clinical semesters teaching the clinical-theoretical basics and the following two years teaching the clinical-practical subjects. The final stage of clinical studies (seventh and eighth clinical semesters) consists of 48 weeks of practical training in a hospital (practical year), 16 weeks each in internal medicine, surgery and an elective subject.

In the summer semester 2004 and winter semester 2004/05, the clinical curriculum was fundamentally changed due to the requirements of the revised 'Licensing Regulations for Doctors from 2002. Since then, teaching has largely taken place in block form. A formal differentiation of the clinical study section into subsections is not specified.

Study Guide Human Medicine DE

Study of Human Medicine

UR - University of Regensburg
Faculty of Medicine

University Hospital
Franz-Josef-Strauß-Allee 11
93053 Regensburg