General Ability to take a patient’s history in detail, carry out a complete physical examination, draw up a list of signs and complaints, make a differential diagnosis, propose relevant further diagnostics and design a therapeutic plan. Awareness of relevant drug interactions and problems of drug administration in elderly patients and patients with liver and kidney disorders. Ability to write out prescriptions. Ability to perform and interpret some simple laboratory tests on blood and urine (ESR, Hb, etc.). Ability to interpret findings of more complex ancillary tests such as serum protein spectrum, thorax X-ray, etc. Ability to write a letter of discharge. Specific Knowledge and skills to be acquired in each sub-discipline are indicated at three levels: • Level 1: clinical picture to be diagnosed and treated independently • Level 2: ability to include clinical picture in DD and treat it in cooperation with a specialist • Level 3: ability to include clinical picture in DD and make adequate referral Awareness of relevant epidemiological and risk factors as well as genetic and familial aspects, prevention and early diagnostics. Ability to confer with others adequately.