Lectures from the subject of Neurology 2 are intended for students of the fourth year of the study program General Medicine. The individual records of the lecturers explain the main topics according to the current curriculum of the subject, including the topics such as ischemic stroke and many more.
The book is primarily intended for first-year university students, but it is suitable for anyone who needs to learn. Students can find here the basic principles of learning, principles of how to preserve knowledge, how to concentrate without wasting time, how not to stress before a test or exam and many other practical tips. By acquiring simple knowledge, students will be able to learn effectively with the principles of brain-compatible learning in a way that they will acquire as much information as possible in the shortest period of time with maximum retention; that is minimal forgetting.
Adriana Boleková et al: How to study and not forget - Principles of brain-compatible learning, Univerzita Pavla Jozefa Šafárika v Košiciach, ŠafárikPress, Košice 2020, ISBN 978-80-8152-897-2.
Lectures from the subject Neurology 1 are intended for students of the fourth year of the study program General Medicine. The individual records explain topics according to the current curriculum, including cranial nerves I - XII, sensitivity, central and peripheral paralysis, cortical syndromes, speech and its disorders, symbolic functions and more.
Lectures from the subject Neurology are intended for students of the study program Dental Medicine. In individual audiovisual recordings, students will be explained topics according to the curriculum of the subject, while they include e.g. cranial nerves, sensitivity, central and peripheral paralysis, cortical syndromes, speech and its disorders, symbolic functions and more.
Selected lectures from Neurology are devoted to the students of General medicine in the fourth study year. The students can find here the supporting materials to study Neurology topics in the form of lecture notes that should be used in combination with recommended literature. The slides offered here describe particular topics according to the syllabus.