MBBCh Program Learning Outcomes
DMCG Program Learning Outcomes (PLO)
These program learning outcomes (PLO) are prepared in alignment with Level 7 (Bachelor’s Degree) of Qualifications Framework -Emirates (QF-E), as required by Commission of Academic Accreditation (CAA).
||On successful completion of the MBBCH Program of DMCG, the graduate will be able to
- A-1 Demonstrate factual and theoretical knowledge with substantive depth in areas of core biomedical, psychosocial and clinical sciences and integrate this knowledge with general medical practice.
- A-2 Apply the knowledge of these disciplines in clinical context for diagnosis, prevention and management of clinical conditions within the framework of ethical and legal regulations at the level of General Practitioner and in preparation for future specialist training.
- A-3 Critically analyze existing literature with an understanding of research tools and apply the knowledge of scientific basis to make decisions in patient care to promote health, prevent disease and treat illnesses in the community and specialized healthcare centers.
- B-1 Demonstrate clinical and cognitive skills/problem solving skills of obtaining and interpreting history, conducting clinical examination and synthesizing the findings to provide differential diagnosis and suggest the most likely diagnosis for a variety of clinical problems.
- B-2 Choose appropriate investigations and management strategies at the level of a general practitioner and the need for specialist referral, for a wide range of conditions during clinical encounter with patients
- B-3 Communicate effectively and compassionately with patients, relatives, teachers, peers and other professionals in verbal, written and electronic means using advanced communication and information technologies in a professional manner.
|Aspects of Competence
(Autonomy & Responsibility, Role in context &Self Development)
- C-1 Develop approaches to evaluate and improve healthcare literacy and awareness, epidemiology of diseases and healthcare delivery systems, and provide suggestions for improving quality and optimizing patient safety through a continuous process of auditing.
- C-2 Work individually and as a team member and leader of inter-professional healthcare teams demonstrating principles of handing-over and emphasis on life-long learning.
- C-3 Manage patient-care under supervision in a primary care setting to treat acute, chronic or emergency conditions of patients, within the limits permissible to an entry level General Medical Practitioner, with ability to properly refer cases that need specialist attention.
- C-4 Observe principles of medical ethics, anonymity and confidentiality; and demonstrate honesty, integrity, altruism, empathy and social responsibility in their interaction with peers, patients in a multicultural context.
Prepared by Dr. Fouzia Shersad & Dr. Hajer Sheikh April, 2017. Reviewed by Prof. Hafez Ahmed April, 2017 Reviewed March 2020 Reference: QF Emirates Handbook https://www.nqa.gov.ae/en/Documents/QF_Handbook_FINAL.pdf Rewritten Section C in accordance with the QFE 2018 on 20th Feb 2018
As advised by CAA ERT Feb 2020, the Section C is revised from Autonomy & Responsibility to “Aspects of Competence”. 30th March, 2020
1. "Tomorrows Doctors" by GMC 2016 Dec. http://www.gmc-uk.org/Tomorrow_s_Doctors_1214.pdf_48905759.pdf
2. Learning objectives of several medical schools in USA like University of Nebraska, University of South Florida, University of Central Florida and University of Oregon
3. Program Learning outcomes of Gulf Medical University, RAK Medical and Health Sciences University, Zayed University
4. National Qualifications Authority- Qualification Framework for Emirates Handbook 20th Feb 2012 Abu Dhabi www.nqa.gov.ae accessed on 22nd March 2020 http://www.qualifications.ae/pdf/QF%20Handbook_v1b_28_Feb_2012.pdf