Degree in medicine and surgery

The Degree in medicine and surgery lasts 6 years

The mission of the six year Degree – single cycle – Course is identified with the training of a doctor with an international professional profile, characterized by a multidisciplinary and integrated vision of health and disease problems, with an education oriented towards the community, the territory, the global health challenges and fundamentally towards disease prevention and health promotion and with a humanistic culture in its implications of medical interest. This specific mission is centered not only on the disease, but above all on the sick person, considered in his/her globality of soma and psyche and within the social context. The objectives, whose achievement constitute the qualifying background of the Doctor to be formed include:

  • Good capacity for human contact (communication skills);
  • Self-learning and self-assessment skills (continuing education);
  • Ability to analyze and resolve, in complete autonomy, the problems connected with medical practice, together with a good clinical practice based on scientific evidence (evidence based medicine);
  • Habit of constant updating of knowledge and skills, and possession of the methodological and cultural bases for autonomous acquisition and critical evaluation of new knowledge and skills (continuing professional development);
  • Good interdisciplinary and interprofessional practice (interprofessional education);
  • In-depth knowledge of methodological fundaments which are necessary for a correct approach at scientific medical research, joined with an autonomous use of computer-based technologies which are indispensable in the clinical practice.

  PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Graduates in Medicine and Surgery will carry out the activity of M.D.-surgeon in the various clinical, health and biomedical roles and fields. The employment opportunities normally offered to graduates in Medicine and Surgery are represented by:

  • Specialization Schools.
  • Ph. D.
  • Public and private clinics.
  • Hospitals and specialist centers.
  • Universities and research centers.
  • Territorial M.D.
  • National and international health and humanitarian organizations.

 

Study plan
Admission test
Student Area
Book List
Calendar
Professors Office Hours

The mission of the six year Degree – single cycle – Course is identified with the training of a doctor with an international professional profile, characterized by a multidisciplinary and integrated vision of health and disease problems, with an education oriented towards the community, the territory, the global health challenges and fundamentally towards disease prevention and health promotion and with a humanistic culture in its implications of medical interest. This specific mission is centered not only on the disease, but above all on the sick person, considered in his/her globality of soma and psyche and within the social context. The objectives, whose achievement constitute the qualifying background of the Doctor to be formed include:

  • Good capacity for human contact (communication skills);
  • Self-learning and self-assessment skills (continuing education);
  • Ability to analyze and resolve, in complete autonomy, the problems connected with medical practice, together with a good clinical practice based on scientific evidence (evidence based medicine);
  • Habit of constant updating of knowledge and skills, and possession of the methodological and cultural bases for autonomous acquisition and critical evaluation of new knowledge and skills (continuing professional development);
  • Good interdisciplinary and interprofessional practice (interprofessional education);
  • In-depth knowledge of methodological fundaments which are necessary for a correct approach at scientific medical research, joined with an autonomous use of computer-based technologies which are indispensable in the clinical practice.

PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates in Medicine and Surgery will carry out the activity of M.D.-surgeon in the various clinical, health and biomedical roles and fields. The employment opportunities normally offered to graduates in Medicine and Surgery are represented by:

  • Specialization Schools
  • Ph. D.
  • Public and private clinics
  • Hospitals and specialist centers
  • Universities and research centers
  • Territorial M.D.
  • National and international health and humanitarian organizations
I YEAR – I SEM.CFU TOTSSDSUBJECTCFU PARTIAL
CHEMISTRY AND INTRODUCTORY BIOCHEMISTRY 6   
  bio/10Biochemistry6
BIOLOGY AND GENETICS10   
  bio/13Applied Biology9
  med/03Medical Genetics1
PHYSICS AND STATISTICS12   
  fis/07Applied Physics5
  med/01Medical Statistics3
  inf/01Information Technology4
I YEAR – II SEM.    
HISTOLOGY AND EMBRIOLOGY10   
  bio/17Istology10
HUMAN ANATOMY  I7   
  bio/16Human Anatomy7
ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL POLITICS10   
  med/02History of Medicine2
  secs-p/06Applied Economics2
  m-fil/03Moral Phylosophy6
CLINICAL PRACTICE5  5
CFU TOTAL I AA60   
     
II YEAR – I SEM.CFU TOTSSDSUBJECTCFU PARTIAL
BIOCHEMISTRY12   
  bio/10Biochemistry8
  bio/11Molecular Biology4
PHYSIOLOGY I10   
  bio/09Physiology9
  m-edf/01Methods and Didactic Approaches Of Physical Activities1
MICROBIOLOGY8   
  med/07Bacteriology4
  med/07Virology3
  vet/06Parasitology1
II YEAR – II SEM.CFU TOTSSDSUBJECTCFU PARTIAL
PHYSIOLOGY II10   
  bio/09Physiology9
  m-edf/02Methods and Didactic Approaches of Sports Activities1
IMMUNOLOGY AND IMMUNOPATHOLOGY4   
  med/04General Pathology4
HUMAN ANATOMY II7   
  bio/16Human Anatomy7
ELECTIVE COURSES1  1
GENERAL PATHOLOGY8   
  med/46Laboratory Medicine Technical Sciences2
  med/04General Pathology6
     
III YEAR – I SEM.CFU TOTSSDSUBJECTCFU PARTIAL
SISTEMATIC PATHOLOGY I10   
  med/10Respiratory System Diseases2
  med/11Cardiovascular System Diseases2
  med/21Chest Surgery1
  med/22Vascular Surgery3
  med/23Heart Surgery2
LABORATORY MEDICINE8   
  bio/12 Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Biochemistry2
  med/05Clinical Pathology2
  med/07Microbiology and Clinical Microbiology2
  vet/06Clinical Parasitology1
  med/16Rheumatology1
CLINICAL SEMIOTICS8   
  med/18General Surgery4
  med/09Internal Medicine4
ELECTIVE COURSES3  3
III YEAR – II SEM.    
PHARMACOLOGY8   
  bio/14Pharmacology8
GENERAL HYGIENE6   
  med/42General and Applied Hygiene6
ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY14   
  med/08Anatomic Pathology14
ELECTIVE COURSES3  3
CFU TOTAL III AA60   
     
IV YEAR – I SEM.CFU TOTSSDSUBJECTCFU PARTIAL
SYSTEMATIC PATHOLOGY II12   
  med/12Gastroenterology2
  med/13Endocrinology3
  med/14Nephrology2
  med/24Urology3
  med/49Dietary Technical Sciences2
SISTEMATIC PATHOLOGY  III10   
  med/15Blood Diseases2
  med/09Internal Medicine2
  med/16Rheumatology1
  med/17Infectious Diseases5
ELECTIVE COURSES1  1
CLINICAL PRACTICE7  7
IV YEAR – II SEM.    
OSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY5   
  med/40Ostetrics and Gynecology5
PSYCHIATRY5   
  med/25Psychiatry3
  m-psi/08Clinical Psycology2
CLINICAL PRACTICE11  11
PEDIATRIC SCIENCES9   
  med/38General and Specialist Pediatrics4
  med/20Pediatric and infant Surgery3
  med/39Child Neuropsychiatry2
CFU TOTAL IV AA60   
     
V YEAR – I SEM.CFU TOTSSDSUBJECTCFU PARTIAL
NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES6   
  med/26Neurology4
  med/27Neurosurgery2
DISEASES OF MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM4   
  med/33Diseases of musuloskeletal System4
DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING AND RADIOTHERAPY4   
  med/36Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy4
SPECIALIST DISCIPLINES6   
  med/28Oral Diseases2
  med/30Eye Diseases2
  med/31Otolaryngology2
CLINICAL PRACTICE10  10
V YEAR – II SEM.    
GENERAL SURGERY10   
  med/18Diseases of the Respiratory System10
DERMATOLOGY AND PLASTIC SURGERY5   
  med/35Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Skin Disesases  3
  med/19Plastic Surgery2
THESIS PREPARATION5  5
CLINICAL PRACTICE10  10
CFU TOTAL V AA60   
     
VI YEAR – I SEM.CFU TOTSSDSUBJECTCFU PARTIAL
INTERNAL MEDICINE AND MEDICAL GENETICS I8   
  med/45General, Clinical and Pediatric Nursing Sciences1
  med/03Medical Genetics1
  med/09Internal Medicine4
  med/06Medical Oncology2
FORENSIC MEDICINE4   
  med/43Forensic Medicine4
EMERGENCY3   
  med/41Anesthesiology3
SCIENTIFIC ENGLISH6   
  l-lin/12Scientific English6
CLINICAL PRACTICE7  7
VI YEAR – II SEM.    
INTERNAL MEDICINE AND MEDICAL GENETICS II9   
  med/45General, Clinical and Pediatric Nursing Sciences1
  med/03Medical Genetics1
  med/09Internal Medicine4
  med/06Medical Oncology3
CLINICAL PRACTICE10  10
FINAL EXAM13  13
CFU TOTAL VI AA60   
     
CFU TOTAL360   

 

Details

Teaching method. a) Formal didactics This didactic form includes: – lectures: dealing with one specific topic, identified by a title and carried out by a teacher together with the help of I.T. and/or multimedia devices and based on the predefined timetable and given to students regularly enrolled to a determined year of study course as well as being divided into small groups; – seminars: didactic activities with the same characteristics as lectures but contemporarily carried out by many teachers with different skills, and as such, noted in the lesson registers in each one of them; During the last period of the course, when non Italian students will have acquired sufficient command of the language, some courses may be taught in Italian. The lectures are always given by the teaching staff (first and second level professors, researchers and contracted professors). b) Non-formal didactics It deals with interactive didactic activities addressed to small groups of students and coordinated by a tutor whose task is that of facilitating the student in learning the know-how, skills and behavioral models. Learning is mainly done through the stimuli from problem analysis and through the mobilization of methodological skills and decision making needed to solve them as well as through the direct and personal use of action (gesture and relational) in the contexts of practical exercises and/or attendance in clinics, surgeries, territorial structures and research labs. The function of the tutor can also be entrusted to non-university staff who have the recognized qualification in that specific education sector and is in accordance with the recruitment process foreseen by the university’s regulations. A) Teaching courses. The integrated teaching courses are held by one or more teachers in function to the specific objectives assigned to the course. The specific objectives of the single courses that are contained in the exam programs and their programming are proposed annually by course teachers within the starting date of the enrollments to the new academic year. B) Professional activity. The student is required to acquire specific professional skills in the field of internal medicine, general surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, as well as medical-surgical specialties via the facilities identified by the faculty council or the master’s degree course with an overall number of 60 university credits. The role of the tutor for training internships carried out in the non-university structures can be taken by highly qualified staff and is dependent on the convention with the facility. The internship can also be held in developing countries. C) Elective activities. The Council of the master’s degree organizes the offer of the elective didactic activities which can be carried out through lectures, seminars and interactive courses with small groups among which the student practices their own personal option until they achieve an overall number of 8 university credits. Each student autonomously chooses the elective activities among the didactic offers. D) Educational activities for final exam preparation. In order to be admitted to take the final exam for the degree, the student has to prepare a thesis elaborated in an original way and under the guidance and responsibility of a lecturer in the faculty of medicine and surgery. This activity is defined as the “degree internship”. The student can carry out the thesis internship in any of the facilities of the faculty or those in convention with the faculty. The thesis internship can also be done in non-convention facilities under the responsibility of the lecturer. The lecturers are first or second level professors, researchers or contracted professors.

 

Pre-requisites

The prerequisites needed by students who wish to enroll in the Degree course in Medicine and Surgery are:

  • Adequate initial preparation according to what is foreseen by the current regulations to enter courses with a nationally limited number of participants
  • Good predisposition to human contact
  • Good team working skills
  • Ability to analyze and resolve problems
  • Ability to autonomously acquire new knowledge and information by evaluating them critically.

Possession of a study title that meets one of the following criteria:

  • a secondary school diploma that gives access to the University, issued by a state or equivalent educational institution of the Italian education system in Italy or abroad;
  • final qualification of secondary education issued by an institution belonging to a foreign school system, located in Italy or abroad, obtained following a course of at least 12 years of schooling;
  • final qualification of secondary education obtained in a school system that includes 10 or 11 years of schooling, supplemented with one or two years of university, provided that all the exams scheduled for those academic years have been passed.

Candidates enrolled in the last year of secondary school can also participate in the selections at the state and private school institutions of the Italian education system or at a foreign secondary education institution that allows the achievement of a valid qualification for admission to courses of higher education of the Italian system with the condition, if the test results are positive, to present the diploma or qualification just obtained at the time of the subsequent enrolment to the courses, under penalty of exclusion from the list of admitted candidates. Students already in possession of an academic degree (obtained in Italy or abroad) and those who come from another degree course or university degree are required to observe the same procedures indicated in this call for applications and take part in the admission test.

 
 

Admission test (TEST UCAT)

Entry to the Master’s Degree Course in Medicine and Surgery and to the other courses of Medical School is regulated by a multiple choice written admission test and a speaking test. The UCAT is developed and delivered by the UKCAT Consortium. Information regarding test content and how to prepare for the test can be found here (www.ukcat.ac.uk). In February 2019, the UKCAT Consortium are changing the name of their admission test from UKCAT to UCAT. From 1stFebruary 2019, the website will change to www.ucat.ac.uk. The test content will remain the same. UCAT is a computer-based test that must be taken at certified test centres  and lasts two hours. The test consists of five separate sections to be passed within a set time and each consists of a series of multiple choice questions.

Sections

No. of Questions

Points

(min-max)

Verbal Reasoning Establishes the ability to critically evaluate information presented in written form.

44

300 – 900

Decision-Making Establishes the ability to make decisions and make correct judgments using complex information.

29

300 – 900

Quantitative Reasoning Establishes the ability to critically evaluate information presented in numerical form.

36

300 – 900

Abstract Reasoning Establishes the ability to use convergent and divergent reasoning to infer relationships between different elements and information.

55

300 – 900

TOTAL

164

1200-3600

 

Situational Assessment It measures the ability to understand real situations and identify the critical factors and the most appropriate behavior to face them.

69

Level

1-4

 

UCAT Test Evaluation

The overall assessment is obtained by summing the scores of the Verbal Reasoning, Decision-making, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning sections. The “Situational Assessment” section is not relevant for the final score.  UniCamillus will draw up the final ranking based on the results of the UCAT test.

 

Examination topics and admission criteria

The admission test consists of a written test,

Written Examination

The UniCamillus admission test consists of a written test in English and composed of multiple choice questions of logical, quantitative, verbal and abstract reasoning, which have five response options, among which the candidate must identify only one answer, discarding the wrong, arbitrary or less probable conclusions.

Book list - Registrations A.Y. 2019/20
Book list - Registrations A.Y. 2018/19

Book List A.Y. 2019/20 Year 1 Semester 1


TitleAuthorSubjectPublisherProfessor
Chemical Principles:The Quest for Insight ChemistryPeter Atkins , Loretta Jones, Leroy LavermanBiochemistryM.S. Silderberg, McGraw-Hill International Edition.G.Tundo – D. Sbardella
General, Organic & Biochemistry. 7th Ed.Katherine J Denniston, Joseph J Topping and Robert L CaretBiochemistry2010. McGraw-Hill Higher Education.G.Tundo – D. Sbardella
“Molecular Biology of the Cell”, VI edition,Bruce Alberts et al.,Applied BiologyGarland Science, 2014. ISBN: 9780815344643L.Pacini- E.Maiani
“Medical Genetics”Lynn Jorde, John Carey, Michael BamshadMedical GeneticsEdited by Elsevier ISBN: 9780323597371C.Ciccacci
PHYSICS: Principles with Applications” Seventh edition or subsequentDouglas C. GiancoliApplied PhysicsPearson Education. IncI.Indovina
Essential Medical StatisticsKirkwood, SterneMedical StatisticsJohn Wiley and SonsVairo


Book List A.Y. 2019/20 Year 1

TitleAuthorSubjectPublisherProfessor
Histology a text and atlas, sixth edition.Ross M.H. and W. PawlinaIstologyWolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.M.Massimiani-L.Campagnolo-F.Klinger
Gray’s Anatomy (latest edition)R.L.Drake,A.Wayne Vogl,Adam W.M.MitchellHuman AnatomyChurchill Livingstone, Elsevier. ISBN 9780702042072V.Cesarini
Atlas of Human Anatomy, latest editionFrank H. NetterHuman AnatomyElsevier.V.Cesarini
The Cambridge History of MedicinePorter R.History Of MedicineCambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2000P.Refolo
Health Technology Assessment and Health Policy-Making in EuropeM.V. Garrido, F.B. Kristensen, C.P. Nelsen, R. BusseApplied EconomicsWorld Health OrganizationD’Angela
Methods for the economic evaluation of health care programmes (4th edition)M.F. Drummond, M.J. Scuplpher, K.Claxton, G. L. Stoddart, G.W. TorranceApplied Economics D’Angela
Ethics in Healthcare: A Philosophical IntroductionEzio Di NucciMoral PhylosophyRowan and LittlefieldA.Boccanelli, Pacifici Noja L.E., F.Iodice
Ethical Challenges in Health Care: Developing Your Moral CompassVicki Lachman PhD MBE APRNMoral PhylosophySpencer Publishing CompanyA.Boccanelli, Pacifici Noja L.E., F.Iodice
Ethical Issues in Home Health Care 1st EditionRosalind Ekman Ladd, Lynn Pasquerella, Smith SheriMoral PhylosophyCharles C.ThomasA.Boccanelli, Pacifici Noja L.E., F.Iodice
Ethical Issues in Rural Health Care 1st EditionCraig M. Klugman, Pamela M. DalinisMoral PhylosophyJohns Hopkins University PressA.Boccanelli, Pacifici Noja L.E., F.Iodice
Notes of Moral Philosophy and Fundamentals of Ethics, First edition (Rome, 2020).Fabio IODICE,Moral Phylosophy A.Boccanelli, Pacifici Noja L.E., F.Iodice

Book List A.Y. 2019/20 Year 2

TitleAuthorSubjectPublisherProfessor
Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, 7th ed.David L. Nelson; Michael M. Cox.Biochemistry2017. W.H.FreemanG.Lazzarino
Priciples of Biochemistry(International Student Version) 4th ed.Voet D, Voet JG, Pratt CWBiochemistryJohn Wiley and Sons Inc.G.Lazzarino
Biochemistry 4th ed.Christopher K. Mathews , Van Holde, K. E.Biochemistry2012. PearsonG.Lazzarino
Molecular Biology of the Gene (7th ed)Watson James D , Baker Tania A , Bell Stephen P , Gann Alexander , Levine Michael , Losick RichardMolecular BiologyCold Spring Harbor Laboratory PressM.R.Capobianchi
Molecular Biology: Principles and Practice; 2nd editionMichael M. Cox, Jennifer Doudna, Michael O’Donnell.Molecular BiologyW.H.Freeman & Co(16 March 2015)M.R.Capobianchi
Human PhysiologySherwood.PhysiologyBrooks/ColeC.Frank,G.D’Arcangelo,C.Zona
Medical PhysiologyGuyton and Hall.PhysiologySaundersC.Frank,G.D’Arcangelo,C.Zona
NeurosciencePurvesPhysiologyOUP USAC.Frank,G.D’Arcangelo,C.Zona
Essential of esercise physiologyWilliam D.McArdle, Frank I.Katch, Victor L.KatchMethods and Disactic Approaches of Physical ActivitiesWolters Kluver Health Inc, USAV.Tancredi
Medical MicrobiologyPatrick Murray r. et al.BacteriologyElsevier / Masson Editors Sixth Edition. ISBN: 9780323299565A. Di Caro , F. Pica, D.Armenia, D.Di Cave

 



Book List A.Y. 2019/20 Year 2

TitleAuthorSubjectPublisherProfessor
Human PhysiologySherwood.PhysiologyBrooks/ColeM.C.Pellicciari,G.D’Arcangelo
Medical PhysiologyGuyton and Hall.PhysiologySaundersM.C.Pellicciari,G.D’Arcangelo
NeurosciencePurvesPhysiologyOUP USAM.C.Pellicciari,G.D’Arcangelo
Essential of esercise physiologyWilliam D.McArdle, Frank I.Katch, Victor L.KatchMethods and Disactic Approaches of Physical ActivitiesWolters Kluver Health Inc, USAG.Annino
Cellular and Molecular Immunology, 9th Edition,Abul Abbas, Andrew H. Lichtman, Shiv Pillai.Immunology and ImmunopathologyElsevierA.Rufini, M.Benvenuto
Gray’s Anatomy (latest edition)Susan StandringHuman AnatomyChurchill Livingstone, Elsevier.V.Cesarini
Atlas of Human Anatomy,Frank H. Netter (latest edition)Human AnatomyElsevierV.Cesarini
Pathologic Basis of Disease.Robbins & CotranGeneral PathologySaundersD.Goletti, M.Benvenuto, R.Bei
Rubin’s Pathology:Clinicopathologic Foundations of MedicineDavid S. StrayerGeneral PathologyWolters Kluwer HealthD.Goletti, M.Benvenuto, R.Bei

 



Book List A.Y. 2018/19 Year 1 Semester 1

TitleAuthorSubjectEditorProfessor
Chemical Principles: The Quest for InsightPeter Atkins , Loretta Jones, Leroy LavermanBiochemistryW.H. Freeman & Co. – MacMillan International Higher EducationG. R. Tundo, D. Sbardella
ChemistryM.S. SilberbergBiochemistryMcGraw-Hill EducationG. R. Tundo, D. Sbardella
General, Organic & Biochemistry 7th Ed. 2010Katherine J Denniston, Joseph J Topping and Robert L CaretBiochemistryMcGraw-Hill Higher EducationG. R. Tundo, D. Sbardella
Histology: a Text and Atlas, sixth editionRoss M.H. and W. PawlinaHistologyWolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams and WilkinsL. Campagnolo, F. Klinger
Larsen’s Human Embryology, fourth editionSchoenwolf, Bleyl, Bauer and Francis-WestHistologyElsevierL. Campagnolo, F. Klinger
Human Embryology and Developmental Biology, fifth editionCarlson B.MHistologyElsevierL. Campagnolo, F. Klinger
The Developing Human, Clinically oriented Embryology 9th editionMoore KL, Persaud T.V.N. and Torchia M.G.HistologyElsevierL. Campagnolo, F. Klinger
PHYSICS: Principles with Applications, Seventh editionDouglas C. GiancoliApplied PhysicsPearson Education Inc.I. Indovina
Biostatistics: The Bare Essentials 4ed 2014Geoffrey R. Norman, David L. StreinerMedical StatisticsPMPH USA LtdL. E. Gialloreti
Didactic Material provided by the teacher Information Technology M. Talamo


Book List A.Y. 2018/19 Year 1 Semester 2

TitleAuthorSubjectEditorProfessor
Molecular Biology of the Cell 6th ed 2014Bruce Alberts et al.Applied BiologyGarland ScienceL. Pacini, E. Maiani
Medical GeneticsLynn Jorde John Carey Michael BamshadMedical GeneticsElsevierC. Ciccacci
General, Gray’s Anatomy- The Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice 41st editionSusan StandringHuman AnatomyElsevierV. Cesarini, G. Sciamanna
Atlas of Human Anatomy 7th edFrank H. NetterHuman AnatomyElsevierV. Cesarini, G. Sciamanna
The Cambridge Illustrated History of Medicine, 2001Porter RMedicine HistoryCambridge University PressP.Refolo
Human Embryology and Developmental Biology, fifth editionM.V. Garrido, F.B. Kristensen, C.P. Nelsen, R. BusseApplied EconomicsWorld Health OrganizationD. D’Angela
Programmazione e controllo di gestione nelle aziende sanitarie, 2000G. CasatiApplied Economics D. D’Angela
Methods for the economic evaluation of health care programmes (4th edition)M.F. Drummond, M.J. Scuplpher, K.Claxton, G. L. Stoddart, G.W. TorranceApplied EconomicsOxford University PressD. D’Angela
How Doctors Think, 2007Jerome GroopmanMoral PhilosophyHoughton Mifflin CoA. Boccanelli
Being Mortal. Illness, Medicine and What Matters in the End, 2004Atul GawandeMoral PhilosophyMacMillanA.Boccanelli
Every Patient Tells a Story: Medical Mysteries and the Art of Diagnosis 2009Lisa SandersMoral PhilosophyPenguin Random HouseA.Boccanelli
Narrative Medicine. Honoring the Stories of Illness, 2008Rita CharonMoral PhilosophyOxford University PressA.Boccanelli
Didactic Material provided by the teacher Moral Philosophy L. E. Pacifici Noja

 

 

Didactic Director: prof. Paolo di Francesco paolo.difrancesco@unicamillus.org

 

       

 

Professors Office Hours

Professors receive students upon appointment (book via e-mail).

Didactic Coordinator:   
Paolo Di FrancescoThursday02.00 P.M. – 04.00 P.M.paolo.difrancesco@unicamillus.org

 

ProfessorDayHouremail
Pietro RefoloWednesday01.00 P.M. – 02.00 P.M.pietro.refolo@unicamillus.org
Leonardo Emberti GialloretiWednesday02.00 P.M. – 04.00 P.M.leonardo.embertigialloreti@unicamillus.org
Iole IndovinaThursday01.00 P.M. – 02.00 P.M.iole.indovina@unicamillus.org
Luisa CampagnoloThursday01.00 P.M. – 02.00 P.M.luisa.campagnolo@unicamillus.org
Giuseppe SciamannaThursday02.00 P.M. – 04.00 P.M.Giuseppe.sciamanna@unicamillus.org
Paolo Di FrancescoThursday2.00 P.M. – 04.00 P.M.paolo.difrancesco@unicamillus.org
Cinzia CiccacciThursday12.30 P.M. –  01.30 P.M.cinziaciccacci@unicamillus.org
Diego SbardellaThursday12.30 P.M. – 03.30 P.M.diego.sbardella@unicamillus.org
Grazia Raffaella TundoThursday12.30 P.M. – 03.30 P.M.grazia.tundo@unicamillus.org
Valeriana CesariniWednesday11 A.M. – 12 A.M.valeriana.cesarini@unicamillus.org
Laura PaciniTuesday02 P.M. – 04 P.M.laura.pacini@unicamillus.org