- To be able to collect the medical history from patients autonomously
- To be able to perform autonomously a physical examination, distinguishing normal from the most frequent pathological findings
- To be able to measure vital signs
- To be able to register an ECG, recognizing the most frequent ECG alterations
- To be able to comprehensively approach patients and their health problems
Please see the modules of frontal teaching for the general objectives of the Semeiotics and Clinical Methodology Intergrated course.