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Clinical Medicine(8-Year Program)

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The 8-year program is based on the requirements of the Standards for Basic Medical Education (for Tail Implementation), and the priciple of “Integrating undergraduate and doctoral education within 8 years”, PUHSC implements the holistic educational thought, emphasizes “Promoting general education and professional education simultaneously, Cultivating political integrity and professional competence”, and aims to foster high-quality medical talents who love their motherland, are loyal to the people, have lofty ideals and social responsibility, adapt to the development needs of medicine and health care, have solid theoretical knowledge and humanistic quality, possess competitive abilities for clinical work, scientific research and innovation, good communication skills, teamwork spirit, a global view and great potential.

The valid study period is 8 years, including Premedical Stage, Biomedical Stage, Clinical Medicine Stage Iand Clinical Medicine Stage II. Besides, students can also choose to quit the program after completing the stipulated undergraduate curriculum.

After completing the 5 years’ study, a certain proportion of students can also enter, following the principle of voluntary application and selection, MD & PhD Program. Students in this program will receive education and carry out researches in basic medical sciences for 3 to 5 years, and those meeting graduation and degree granting requirements may graduate with PhD degrees. After that, they will come back to continue the education of Clinical Medicine Stage II and those passing the dissertation defense and assessment are qualified to graduate with MD degree.

The main courses include general courses (English, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computing Generality, Ideological and Political Theory Course, General Biology, Biostatistics, History of Medicine, Medical Psychology, Medical Ethics, Health Law etc.), basic biomedical courses (Systematic Anatomy, Histoembryology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Medical Microbiology, Cytobiology, Medical Immunology, Medical Genetics, Medical Parasitology, Biophysics and Pathophysiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Topographic Anatomy, Neurobiology, Preventive Medicine, Epidemiology, Innovative Thinking Training , Innovative Comprehensives Experiments, Innovative Ability Training Course etc.), clinical medical courses (Diagnostics, Laboratory Diagnostics, Medical Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Basis of Surgery, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Communicable Diseases, Neurology, Psychiatry, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology, Dermatology and Venereology, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturology, Stomatology, Communicating Skill for Clinical Practice, Clinical Pharmacology, Rehabilitation, General Practice, etc.), clinical practice (internship of Internal Medicine, Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics and Pediatrics, Grassroots Health Practice, Selective Study Program, etc.), Clinical Medicine Stage II education, Scientific Research Training.

The PUHSC curriculum has undergone a series of extensive reforms, aiming to improve course integration A variety of innovations in teaching have been implemented in the both biomedical and clinical medical courses as part of the curriculum reform. These include PBL, CBL, patient involvement in teaching, and a range of computer-based simulation activities. There have also been efforts to increase clinical material and experiences in the early years of the course.  These changes have resulted in a more modern curriculum, in which the students have a greater degree of self-direction in their learning.


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