Official data in SubjectManager for the following academic year: 2020-2021
Dr. István Zoltán KISS (email@example.com), professor
Department of Public Health Medicine
Code of subject: OAP-NOT-T | 2 credit | General Medicine | Pre-clinical module | spring
Prerequisites: OAA-KET-T completed , OAP-MO2-T parallel , OAP-PA1-T completedExam course: yes
20 lectures + 8 practices + 0 seminars = total of 28 hours
The aim of the subject is to form a preventive attitude. The physicians have to know the different preventive strategies and they have to be able to use them in the practice.
After Public Health 6 the students must take a public health final exam which includes the material of all the Public Health subjects (Public Health 1 - 6).
Edit Paulik: Public Health and Preventive Medicine; Medicina Publishing House, Budapest 2013.
Educational material uploaded on Neptun.
Participation in practicals is obligatory which is registered.
Absences should not exceed 2x45 min. Otherwise signature of grade book is denied.
Students may attend the practical of another group on the same week. Pre-consultation with practical leader is needed.
Public Health 4.
1. Role of nutrition in prevention of cardiovascular diseases
2. Role of nutrition in prevention of cancers
3. Principles of healthy diet
4. Epidemiology of malnutrition and nutritional deficiencies
5. Dietary guidelines
6. Special nutritional considerations: vegetarianism
7. Special nutritional considerations: Mediterranean diet, DASH- (Dietary Approaches to
Stop Hypertension) diet
8. Special nutritional considerations: trendy diets
9. Assessment of nutritional status, nutritional screening
10. Epidemiology of obesity
11. Dietary supplements and functional foods
12. Food additives
13. Food safety, food safety testing
15. Genetically modified organisms
16. Interaction of environmental and genetical factors in disease development
17. Genomics and epigenetics in public health. Nutrigenomics
18. Molecular basics of carcinogenesis
19. Primary and secondary factors of epidemic process (virulence, source of infection, means of transmission, susceptible host)
20. Nosocomial infections. Sterilization, disinfection
21. Infectious diseases worldwide
22. Prevention of infectious diseases: vaccination, chemoprophylaxis
23. Epidemiology and prevention of vaccine-preventable diseases, mandatory immunisation for children
24. Epidemiology and prevention of airborne bacterial infections
25. Epidemiology and prevention of airborne viral infections
26. Characteristics, types, occurrence and prevention of enteric infections
27. Epidemiology and prevention of enteric bacterial infections
28. Epidemiology and prevention of enteric viral infections
29. Epidemiology and prevention of enteric helminth and protozoon infections
30. Epidemiology and prevention of viral hepatitides
31. Epidemiology and prevention of haematogenic and lymphogenic infections
32. Epidemiology and prevention of infections transmitted through the skin
33. Epidemiology and prevention of zoonotic helminth and bacterial infections
34. Epidemiology and prevention of zoonotic protozoon and viral infections
35. Epidemiology and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases (excluding AIDS)
36. Epidemiology and prevention of AIDS
37. Epidemiology and prevention of prion diseases
38. New infectious diseases. Bioterrorism