|ON1. Plan and interpret laboratory and instrumental data from emergency patients.
|ON2. Establish and maintain positive relationships with doctors and other healthcare professionals through collaboration to provide patient-centered care.
|ON3. Apply a patient-centered approach in communication, that is, be able to communicate effectively with patients, relatives of patients, people with disabilities and colleagues, taking into account individual psychological characteristics.
|ON4. Conduct differential diagnosis based on knowledge of the structural and physiological characteristics of the body and the mechanisms of physiological and pathological processes.
|ON5. Assign an adequate and appropriate treatment plan for the most common pathology in the conditions of LUTS.
|ON6. Provide basic life support and cardiopulmonary resuscitation in accordance with current recommendations.
|ON7. Carry out the diagnostic and treatment process in accordance with the knowledge of the structural and functional features of the formation of functions and pathological processes in various age periods (children, adolescents and the elderly).
|ON8. Use IT technology to find information.
|ON9. Guided by the National Diagnostic and Treatment Standards for patient management.
|ON10. Demonstrate clinical thinking skills.