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Mental hygiene in child and adolescent psychiatry - colloquium

 

First leg of the exam is a written test consisting of two parts; in the first part test questions have to be answered, in the second part a given psychiatric condition has to be explained in essay form.
Students who fail to appear at the written exam might compensate it by performing oral exam. The oral exam consists of a question from general chapter and another one from the particulars chapter.

 

The questions of the oral exam

General chapter

  1. Development of child psychiatric disorders
  2. Recognition of psychiatric disorders in childhood and adolescence
  3. Risk factors of psychiatric disorders and protective factors in childhood
  4. Prevalence of psychiatric disorders
  5. Psychodinamic approach to the development of psychiatric disorders
  6. Behavioral approach to the development of psychiatric disorders
  7. Cognitive approach to the development of psychiatric disorders
  8. Neurobiological approach to the development of psychiatric disorders
  9. Suicide
  10. Therapeutic opportunities of child psychiatric disorders
  11. Consultation in child and adolescent psychiatry
  12. Other therapeutic opportunities in child psychiatry
  13. Examination methods in child psychiatry
  14. Classification of mental illness in childhood and adolescence

Particulars chapter

  1. Mental retardation
  2. Specific developmental disorders
  3. Autism and other pervasive developmental disorders
  4. Hyperkinetic disorder
  5. Conduct disorder
  6. Childhood depression
  7. Separation anxiety disorder in childhood (school refusal)
  8. Phobic anxiety disorder in childhood
  9. Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  10. Panic disorder
  11. Reactions to severe distress, adaptation disorders
  12. Reactive attachment disorder
  13. Disinhibited attachment disorder
  14. Selective mutism
  15. Tic disorder
  16. Disorders of feeding and eating in childhood
  17. Psychosexual disorders in childhood and adolescence
  18. Nonorganic enuresis
  19. Nonorganic encopresis
  20. Somatization disorders

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