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MBBS 1 and 2

Integrated basic science curriculum, 1st and 2nd years
The integrated basic sciences curriculum in years 1+2 tries to encourage students with regular sessions of clinical experience. Students will be split into groups of 8 and will come 2-3 times a year to the wards for some bedside ‘clinical experience’. These sessions should last about an hour, and are held on Tuesday afternoons (starting 2pm). We should concentrate on:

  1. Introduce the concept of a systematic examination – inspection / palpation / percussion / auscultation
  2. The opportunity to see basic clinical signs which they can link to their basic sciences e.g. a large spleen and haemolysis, or in drawing and chest compliance

The aim of these sessions are NOT to teach them how to take a history and perform a full examination – each student only gets 2 sessions per year!

MBBS 3

See the Curriculum Management System, year 3 paediatrics, for learning outcomes, study guide, lectures and logbook
For allocations to wards, clinics, on call, bedside teaching and presentation, see your log book.
3rd Year Departmental coordinator – Dr Margot Anderson

Student Presentations

MBBS III present Monday to Friday after the morning handover. This session is generally facilitated by the consultant who was on call the previous night.

The presentation by the student takes 10 minutes and critique 5 minutes. 

The emphasis of the critique on these presentations is on the history and examination

MBBS5

See the Curriculum Management System, year 5 paediatrics, for learning outcomes, study guide, lectures and logbook

For allocations to wards, clinics, on call, bedside teaching and presentation, see your log book and the notice board in the annex.

5th Year Departmental coordinator – Dr Yami Chimalizeni. For individual mentors see noticeboard.

Student Presentations

During term students present Monday to Thursday at handover, which is chaired by the consultant who was on call the previous night.

The presentation by the student takes 10 minutes and critique 5 minutes.

Final Year Students present on Mondays and Tuesdays. Feedback is provided by either the consultant or the registrar who was on call the previous night.
The emphasis should be on a concise history and examination and on the differential diagnosis, investigation and management. The student should be able to discuss all of the conditions mentioned in the differential diagnosis, including the investigation and management.

Clinical officers present Wednesdays

Third Year Students present on Wednesdays and Thursdays
The emphasis of the critique on these presentations is on the history and examination

POST-DOCTORAL POSITION-BIOETHICS (Project CHEER)

Background The College of Medicine (CoM) has received grant funding from the United States Government through its National Institutes of Health (NIH); Grant Ref: 1 R25 TW 011455 - 01 to support ca

POST-DOCTORAL POSITION-BIOETHICS (Project CHEER)

Background The College of Medicine (CoM) has received grant funding from the United States Government through its National Institutes of Health (NIH); Grant Ref: 1 R25 TW 011455 - 01 to support ca

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