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Study Program ``Medicine``



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Study Program ``Medicine``

Every graduate of the Program of KHIM is expected to become a change agent in society. The main objective of the Program is to train competent health care professionals who are able to perform organizational, diagnostic, medical and research activities in compliance with national and international standards, as well as to be committed to the principles of humanism, medical ethics and patient safety. Graduates must be able to work in interdisciplinary and multicultural teams, develop, implement, and disseminate projects that impact health promotion, especially aimed to fulfill the local community needs.

The decision to review the Study Program is made by the Program Commission and approved by the Academic Council if necessary, but at least once for a full course of training on the Study program based on the analysis and assessment of monitoring results. The review of the Study Program may result in decisions to update the Study Program or close it. Mandatory review and modernization of the OP is conducted in case of:


  • approval of standards of higher education in the specialty;
  • amendments to the standards of higher education in the specialty;
  • introduction of new forms of education.

The initiators of the review of the Study Program may be:


  • Academic Council and Administration;
  • Program Commission;
  • director of the academic and methodological center;
  • methodological council;
  • internal commission for quality assurance.

The main indicators of Study Program review are:


  • the results of assessment the content of Study Program in the context of recent research;
  • consideration of the needs of society;
  • results of the assessment of student’s workload, their achievements, and completion of Study Program;
  • the results of expectations, needs and satisfaction of students concerning Study Program;
  • the results of expectations, needs and satisfaction of stakeholders regarding Study Program;
  • the results of the assessment of the learning environment and educational support services, as well as their compliance with the objectives of the program;
  • improving the level of student competencies;
  • increasing the number of mobility programs;
  • availability of “continuing education” programs developed in cooperation with employers;
  • availability of certified programs of additional education.

The Study Program can be updated annually in terms of structural components of the Study Program, in particular, the content syllabuses of educational components, clerkship programs, changes in the workload, teaching methods, etc.

Study Program  is renewed by approving the appropriate changes before the beginning of the new academic year.

If the results of the review require a review of the Study Program, its educational components, the amount of ECTS credits, etc. to achieve the mission of the Institute and certain program learning outcomes, then the Study Program is subject to modernization.

Closure of the Study Program is carried out under the following circumstances :


  • at the initiative of the Administration and/or the Academic Council of the Institute;
  • at the initiative of the Institute Administration (at the request of the admissions office), in the case of the absence of applicants for this Study Program for 2 years;
  • at the initiative of the administration and/or the Academic Council of the Institute at the request of the program commission or the internal commission on quality assurance,
  • In the case of radical modernization (reformatting) of Study Program, in particular by merging or separating the existing SP in the Institute, the modernized Study Program is formed and approved as a new one, and for those educational programs that were implemented before the modernization (reformatting), admission of new students ends. After completing the training of applicants for higher education in the last year (year of study), the Study Program is removed from the list of Study Programs implemented at the Institute.

The decision to close the Study Program is made by the Academic Council of the Institute.




Short Descriptions of Educational Components

Compulsory Educational Components


1. Medical Biology
2. Medical and Biological Physics
3. Medical Chemistry
4. Bioorganic Chemistry
5. Ukrainian Language (professionaly oriented)*
6. Foreign Language*
7. Ukrainian as a Foreign Language**
8. Human Anatomy
9. Histology, Cytology and Embryology
10. Safety of Life Activity
11. Physical Training
12. Biological Chemistry
13. Medical Informatics
14. Microbiology, Virology and Immunology
15. Physiology
16. Hygiene and Ecology
17. Clinical Anatomy and Operative Surgery
18. Labor Protection in Medicine
19. Patient’s Care (practice session)
20. Pathomorphology
21. Pathophysiology
22. Pharmacology
23. Propedeutics of Internal Medicine
24. Propedeutics of Pediatrics
25. General Surgery
26. Radiology
27. Medical Psychology
28. Social Medicine and Public Health
29. Nursing Practice
30. Internal Medicine
31. Endocrinology
32. Medical Genetics
33. Pediatrics
34. Surgery / Pediatric Surgery
35. Obstetrics and Gynecology
36. Neurology
37. Urology
38. Otorhinolaryngology
39. Ophthalmology
40. Psychiatry and Narcology
41. Dermatology and Venereology
42. Epidemiology and Principles of Evidence-Based Medicine
43. Inpatient Clinical Clerkship
44. Clinical Immunology and Allergology
45. Clinical Pharmacology
46. Occupational Diseases
47. Oncology
48. Radiation Medicine
49. Neurosurgery
50. Infectious Diseases
51. Pediatric Infectious Diseases
52. Phthisiology
53. Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy 
54. Emergency Medical Aid
55. Outpatient Clinical Clerkship
56. Pulmonology
57. General Practice (Family Medicine)
History of Ukraine and Ukrainian Culture
Latin Language
Medical Terminology
Philosophy of Pedagogics and Education
Philosophy of Communication
History of Medicine
Religions and the Medical Science
Basics of Bioethics and Biosafety
Medical Deontology
Ukrainian as a Foreign Language **
Foreign Language (professionaly oriented) *
Culture of Speech
Forensic Medicine. Ukrainian Medical Legislation
Legal Aspects of Forensic Medicine
Topical issues of Social Medicine
Health Economics and Social Medicine
Physical Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine
Ergotherapy and Kinesiotherapy
Palliative and Hospice Medicine
Gerontological aspects in Palliative and Hospice Medicine
Fundamentals of Urology
Fundamentals of Transplantology in Urology
Fundamentals of Narcology
Fundamentals of Sexology and Sexopathology
Surgery / Pediatriс Cardiac Surgery
Vascular Surgery
Clinical Oncology
Internal Medicine / Side effects of Medications
Endoscopic Technologies in Internal Medicine
Pediatrics and Specialized Learning of Pediatric Pulmonology
Pediatric Nephrology
Training of Reserve Officers (Specialty “Medicine”)
Psychosocial Rehabilitation after Combat Operations
Public Health in Biomedical Sciences
Fundamentals of Dentistry
Obstetrics and Gynecology with specialized learning of Genetic Disorders
Biomedical aspects of Reproductology
Traumatology and Orthopedics
Traumatology, Ortopedics and Rehabilitation
Infectious Diseases / Pediatric Viral Diseases
Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases
Internal Medicine with specialized learning of Cardiology
Internal Medicine with specialized learning of Pulmonology
Pediatric Gastroenterology
Pediatric Allergology
Emergency Thoraco-Abdominal Surgery
Neurosurgical issues of Cerebrovascular Pathology
Role of Public Health System during a Pandemic
Parasitic Infections among Children
Social Medicine and Public Health. Regional Programs
Tactical Medicine
Endoscopic Technologies in Obstetrics and Gynecology