Ok, this helps a bit. (lol somehow the numa song is what people know :lol: )
First of all, the semesters are different from university to university, however this shouldn’t matter too much, if
you are staying at a hospital - with no involvement from a university.
Usually students bring their own logbooks from their native university, but if you
need a danish one, I can only offer those from Copenhagen:
As I said, this is from Copenhagen, and therefore not applicable in Vendsyssel. But it will give you some idea
of which skills we are to learn at different stages.
I think you will have no problem getting patient contact, usually students can do the routine checkup, and maybe
a tentative diagnosis. You will see. I must however advise that you learn danish, and fast! Vendsyssel isn’t exactly
the english speaking centre of the world. If you want patient contact, danish is a must!
I am confused by one term you use: general medicine. Do you mean general practice (in a small office) or internal
medicine (in a hospital)?