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Aims and Outcomes

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES – MSc PROGRAM

QF-E Strands On successful completion of the MSc in Addiction Clinical Practice Program of DMC, the graduate will be able to


Knowledge
  • A-1 Demonstrate factual and theoretical knowledge of core biomedical, psychosocial and clinical aspects in relation to Addictive and other Substance-Related Disorders.
  • A-2 Apply the knowledge of these disciplines in clinical context for diagnosis, prevention and management of Addictive and other Substance-Related Disorders within the framework of ethical and legal regulations at the Specialist Clinician or law enforcement.
  • 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/wellbeing, prevent and treat Addictive and other Substance-Related Disorders and conduct research under academic supervision.


Skill
  • 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 in relation to Addictive and other Substance-Related Disorders.
  • B-2 Choose appropriate investigations and management strategies at the level of a specialist clinicians or law enforcement for a wide range of the relevant conditions during encounter with individuals suffering from Addictive and other Substance-Related Disorders.
  • 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.


Accountability and engagement
  • C-1 Develop approaches to evaluate and improve healthcare literacy and awareness, epidemiology of Addictive and other Substance-Related Disorders and healthcare delivery systems, and provide suggestions for improving quality and optimizing patient safety through a continuous process of auditing
  • C-2 Provide patient care effectively at the level of specialist clinician, both individually and as a team leader of inter-professional healthcare teams with an understanding of principles of hand-over and appropriate consultations.
  • C-3 Manage cases of individuals suffering from Addictive and other Substance-Related Disorders in the community, primary, secondary and tertiary care as well as corrective institutions within the limits of their professional background.
  • C-4 Observe principles of medical ethics, anonymity and confidentiality; and demonstrate honesty, integrity, empathy and social responsibility in their interaction with peers, patients in a multicultural context and within the limits of the relevant jurisdiction.
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