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Shevchuk Serhiy Victorovich


Head of Department, Doctor of Medical Sciences

In 2003 Serhiy Victorovich defended his Ph.D. thesis on the subject: "Justification and selection of baseline therapy of rheumatoid arthritis based on methotrexate and leflunomide". From 2005 to 2008 he studied at the doctoral program at the NSC "Institute of Cardiology named after Academician M.D. Strazhesko" of the Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine. In 2008 Serhiy Victorovich defended his doctoral dissertation on the topic of "Defeat of vessels in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus." The author of 96 printed works, 146 patents for inventions, 5 methodical recommendations, 8 informational letters, co-author of 2 monographs.

Masіk Nadiya Prokopіvna


Professor, PhD

Korobko Elena Anatolyivna


Associate Professor, PhD

Iliuk Iryna Anatolyivna


Associate Professor, PhD

Galyutina Elena Yuryevna


assistant professor, Ph.D.

In 1999 Elena Yuryevna graduated from the Vinnitsa Pirogov State Medical University. In 2008 she graduated from the postgraduate study program. In 2008 she defended his thesis on "Metabolic risk factors in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: the relation with the course of the disease and the nature of pharmacotherapy." From 2016 Elena Yuryevna works as an assistant of the Department of Internal Medicine № 2, from 2017 - Associate Professor of the Department of Internal Medicine № 2.
She is a co-author of 42 scientific papers, including 2 methodical recommendations and 1 manual.

Otkalenko Yuriy Konstantinovich


Associate Professor, PhD

Lysenko Dmitriy Andryevich


Associate Professor, PhD

Atamanchuk Mykola Stepanovich


Associate Professor, PhD

Marynych Liubov Ivanivna


Associate Professor, PhD

Kuvikova Inna Petrovna


assistant, Ph.D

In 2003 she graduated from the Medical Faculty of the National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya. Since 2013, Inna Petrovna has been a researcher at the Scientific Research for Rehabilitation of Disabled People Institute of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. In 2018 she defended his Ph.D. thesis on specialty 14.01.12 - Rheumatology, on the subject: "Hyperhomocysteinemia and associated metabolic disorders as risk factors for vascular damage in patients with antiphospholipid syndrome". Inna Petrovna is the author of 17 scientific works, including 6 articles in professional editions, recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine, 11 - in materials of congresses and conferences, received 5 declarative patents of Ukraine, 6 innovations.
She has the first qualification category in the specialty "therapy" and the first qualification category in the specialty "rheumatology".
The medical work is performed in the rheumatologic department of the Scientific Research for Rehabilitation of Disabled People Institute.

Segeda Julia Sergeevna


assistant, Ph.D

In 2006 Julia Sergeevna graduated from the National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya. Since 2010, she has been a researcher at the Scientific Research for Rehabilitation of Disabled People Institute, a physician-rheumatologist of the I category. In 2014 she defended dissertation on the topic "Risk factors of atherosclerotic vascular disorders in patients with antiphospholipid syndrome" in specialty 14.01.12 - Rheumatology at the Specialized Academic Council D 26.616.01 National Research Center "Institute of Cardiology. acad. M.D.Strazhesko» AMS of Ukraine. From 2014 she works as an assistant of the department of internal medicine № 2 in a part-time.

Osipenko Iryna Pavlivna


reseach Assistent, PhD

Bondarchuk Svetlana Vitalyivna


research Assistant

Danchenko Olesya Petrivna


research Assistant

Nechiporuk Sergey Vasilievich


research Assistant, PhD

News

Retake of the exam of internal medicine on September 21, 2020
15.09.2020

 

On September 21, 2020 at 9.00 there will be a retake of the exam in internal medicine for 4th and 5th year students
A student who plans to take part in the re-transmission must notify his / her teacher by September 18, 2020.

On September 21, 2020 at 9.00 there will be a retake of the exam of internal medicine for 4th and 5th year students.

A student who plans to take part in the retake of the exam must inform his / her teacher by September 18, 2020.

 

The retake of the exam in internal medicine for 4th and 5th year students
04.06.2020

 

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         The retake of the exam in internal medicine for 4th and 5th year students will take place on June 11 and 12, 2020 at 9.00 on the Microsoft Teams platform with the results recorded.
         The exam is held with a passport.

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The retake of the exam in internal medicine for 4th and 5th year students will take place on June 24, 2020 at 9.00 on the Microsoft Teams platform with the results recorded.       

 The exam is held with a passport and a student card. 

Assessment of the exam remote form
15.05.2020

Assessment of the exam remote form

The exam will be conducted on the Microsoft Teams platform with the results recorded.

Registration on the platform with the obligatory use of video recording and a microphone takes place at 8.30.

The exam consists of test tasks and situational tasks from the modules "Cardiology", "Rheumatology", "Hematology".

The answers to the questions of situational tasks should be complete (diagnoses should be formulated according to modern classifications, prescribed treatment in the form of prescriptions, etc.).

After registration on the platform, the student provides a written response within 1 (one) hour.

IMPORTANT: after one hour from the beginning of the student's written work, answers will not be accepted, the platform will be closed by the examiner.

After receiving written answers and checking them, the results of the exam are announced and commented in the form of a discussion by the examiner.

The component of the assessment of the exam in the discipline "Internal Medicine" in points is as follows:

 

Case history

Practical skills

Tests

Task № 1

Task № 2

Task № 3

6-10 points (sum of grades for writing and defense)

8-10 points ( "3" - 8 points, "4" - 9 points, "5" - 10 points

6-15 points

10-15 points

10-15 points

10-15 points

Questions for the exam, methodical materials are displayed on the website of the department.

 

Head of the department

of internal medicine № 2

D.M. Sc., professor                                                                      SV Shevchuk

Completion of missed classes during quarantine
02.04.2020

For the period of quarantine at the Department of Internal Medicine № 2 according to the Order № 4 from 03/31/2020, working out of absences of practical classes will be carried out as follows:

1. On Monday, a student submits a written application for the topic of practical training (no more than 3) to his teacher.

2. On Wednesday, a student receives a specific assignment on a missed topic.

3. By Friday, the student will provide a written answer to each topic.

4. On Saturday, the teacher informs the student of the grade. If the student does not arrange the assessment, it is possible to practice online.

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24.03.2013

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21.01.2013

In recent years the department has completed two dissertations for a doctor degree (senior lecturer P.F.Kolisnyk, senior lecturer O.V. Solyeyko ), 9 dissertations for a candidate degree (N.P. Masik, S.V. Nechyporuk, O.M. Shanchuk, B.I. Kornyeyev, D.A. Lysenko, O.A. Korobko, I.P. Gumeniuk, I.A. Ilyuk, R.A. Kravets). Two doctoral dissertations (senior lecturer D.A. Lysenko, senior lecturer N.P. Masik ) and 3 dissertations for a candidate degree: junior lecturer O.P.Danchenko, junior lecturer S.V. Bondarchuk, junior lecturer I.P. Osypenko are being completed. 

Under the guidance of Doctor of Medical Sciences P.F. Kolisnyk the department research work “The peculiarities of medical rehabilitation measures in case of internal organs and systems diseases of patients  with vertebral pathology” was performed.

As a part of this work three candidate dissertations were defended: V.V. Homovskyy, I.P. Gumeniuk, R.A. Kravets. Currently, the department is conducting research work:  

”The working out of programmes of multilevel medical rehabilitation in case of internal organs and systems diseases.

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21.01.2013

The Main Stages of Work

The Department of Internal Medicine № 2

 

The department was founded in August, 1936. The first lecturers were Professor Fishenzon, Professor Geft, junior members of teaching Shinkaryova, Zaslavska. Before the Great World War the department staff worked at the problem of cardio-vascular system and gastrointestinal tract diagnostics and treatment.

 

In post-war years the department was headed by Professor Britvan, then by Professor Davidov and by senior lecturer Lidskyy. At that time the scientific themes were connected with the study of cardiovascular system pathology and blood system diseases ( junior members of teaching Rybachuk, Pilat and others).

 

From 1952 to 1956 the head of the department was Professor Piayd. He guided the study of oncology tasks.

 

In 1956 Professor Kolotova headed the staff of the department. At that time the scientific interest was connected with the study of blood system diseases.

 

In 1961 senior lecturer Golovtsev was appointed the head of the department. At that time the staff of the department studied the tasks of hemodynamics in case of hypotonia, some aspects of hepatology, metabolism of microelements in case of atherosclerosis.

 

From 1967 the head of the department was Professor Kuchuk. At that time the department consisted of several senior lecturer courses.

 

In 1992 the department  was headed by Professor Malenkyy.

 

The members of the department wrote their research works, which became interesting for international association.

 

The department of hospital therapy № 1 was renamed into the department of internal medicine №2 because of the introduction of Bologna Process standards The creative energy of the department staff is directed to further improvement of specialists’ training, which is planned to introduce by means of the improvement of study process methodical ware, its further computerization, improvement of teachers’ pedagogical skills and equipment of the department, scientific searches intensification.

 

In 2008 the department was headed by Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Kolisnyk. He guided research of the department, which is called “ The peculiarities

of medical rehabilitation measures in case of internal organs and systems diseases of patients with vertebral pathology”.

In 2013 the department was headed by Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Shevchuk Sergey Viktorovich. At present time the department is working at the research project: "To examine the role of clinical, molecular genetic, metabolic, inflammatory and gemokoagulyatsii factors in the formation of cardiovascular lesions in rheumatoid arthritis and to develop recommendations for their prevention and treatment."