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1. MED COURSE441
11 HOURS COURSE(
A. Meeting with the students for three to four times a week for one hour discussion of cases and 20 minutes Lecture Presentation.
B. Taking students in round for three hours.
AssessmentAssessment task (eg. Essay, test, group project, examination etc.)Week dueProportion of Final Assessment1Written examinationWeek 1235%2Midterm Clinical examinationWeek 715%3Ward clinical assessmentWeek 11210%4Final OSCEWeek 1340%Seeing patients for three hours
Discussing the cases.
Doing examination of the cases.
Reviewing the result of medication for some patient.
Course Specification
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Institution: King Saud University College/Department Medicine / Internal Medicine
1. Course title and code: 441 med2. Credit hours: 113. Level/year at which this course is offered Fifth year (Final year student)a. Bed site teaching sessions with group discussion of various topics
b. Each student will assigned to two blocks each for 6 weeks in the medical floors.
The student is considered to be an integral part of the ward team. Teaching( strategies to be used to develop these skills
Biweekly Bedside teaching on medical floor
Students will contribute to the daily rounds by: Methods( of assessment of students numerical and communication skills
a. Oral case presentations during biweekly bedside teaching with students mentor.
b. Case writeups; clarity and organization.
c. Midterm and Final clinical examinations.
1. Required Text(s)
1. Dennis K. Kasper, et al., eds. Harrisons Manual of Medicine
2. Lee Goldman, J. Claude Bennett, eds. Pocket Companion to Cecil Textbook of Medicine.
2. Essential References
1. Dennis K. Kasper, et al., eds. Harrisons Principles of Internal Medicine
2. Lee Goldman, J. Claude Bennett, eds. Cecil Textbook of Medicine
3. Recommended Books and References Material (Journals, Reports, etc) (Attach List)
1. Annals of Internal Medicine
2. New England Journal of Medicine
3. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
4. The American Journal of Medicine2.MED COURSE 341
10 HOURS COURSE(
Giving Lecture on Cardiology
Clinical bedside teaching once a week for 2 3 hours.
Med Course 341 is the first clinical course for the medical students. It is a 10 credit hours course of theoretical part (lectures) and clinical part (bedside teaching). The main objective of the course is mastering history taking: learning the technique of how do physical exam and know the physical sings of patients. The course was taught over 28 weeks period.
TEACHING PART OF THE COURSE
THEORETICAL PART: There shall be three lectures per week covering all the general medicine aspect such as cardiology, rheumatology, pulmonology, endocrinology, nephrology, gastroenterology, hematology/oncology, infectious diseases and neurology given over 84 lectures during 28 weeks.
CLINICAL BEDSIDE TEACHING: There shall two clinical sessions per week. The teaching consists mainly of basic history taking, basic technique of different system examinations and definition and identification of physical sings.
RECOMMENDED REFERENCES
A. Textbook of Medicine
Any one of the following excellent books:
1. Clinical Medicine A textbook for Medical students and doctors
P.J Kumar and M.L. Clark Latest Edition
2. Textbook of Medicine by Souhami and
Moxham
LatestEdition
3. Davidsons Principles and Practices of Medicine
C.R. Edward and Ian, A.D Bonchir
Latest Edition.
B.Physical Examination
Any one of the following books:
1. A guide to physical examination and history taking, by Barbara Bates Latest
Edition.
2. Macleods Clinical Examination by John Munro and C. Edwards.
3. Clinical Examination 2nd Edition by Nicholas Talley and Simon OConnor.
EXAMINATIONS
CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT EXAM is 40% from the total 100% marks.
 This is the first exam done after the students finished the first half of the course and it
Consists of Written Exam (20%) and Clinical Long Case Exam (20%)
FINAL EXAMINATION is 60% from the total 100% marks.
 This will be the second exam after the students finished the 28 weeks of teaching and
Just like the first exam it consists of written exam (30%) and clinical long case exam (30%)
WRITTEN EXAM IS COMPOSED OF 45 QUESTIONS OF TRUE OR FALSE ANS 15 QUESTIONS OF SINGLE BEST, each question is required to have five stems, setting the questions in a standard form, 5 statements a to e. There shall be 1 mark to be awarded for each correct statement answered in True or False questions (i.e. 1 x 5 = 5) and 5 full marks on every correct answer in the Single Best questions. There is no negative marking in the written exam. Students are advice to answer all the questions and make sure to submit the answer sheets with out any empty space.
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