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                                      CHS  334   EPIDEMIOLOGY 1

                                      PRINCIPLES OF EPIDEMIOLOGY

                               NURSING STUDENTS – FIRST SEMESTER 1428 / 1429H

COURSE  INSTRUCTOR :  DR. ABDALLA  A.WAHID  SAEED     EXT  504

                                          e-mail : <asaeed@ksu.edu.sa>

 

COURSE  DESCRIPTION :

 

EPIDEMIOLOGY IS  A SCIENCE CONCERNED WITH THE PATTERNS OF DISEASE OCCURRENCE AND THE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE  THESE PATTERNS.

EPIDEMIOLOGIC METHODS WILL BE PRESENTED EMPHASIZING DISTRIBUTION OF HEALTH AND DISEASE AMONG POPULATIONS ACCORDING TO WHO, WHERE AND WHEB PARAMETERS.  RISK AND AETIOLOGICAL FACTORS WILL BE DERIVED THROUGH EXPERIMENTAL AND ANALYTIC METHODOLOGY IN PREPARATION FOR PREVENTIVE AND CONTROL STRATEGIES.

 

AT THE EDND OF THE COURSE THE STUDENT IS EXPECTED TO KNOW AND APPLY :

1.      DESCRITIVE AND CROSS-SECTIONAL  METHODS

2.      CALACULATE AND STANDARDIZE MORBIDITY AND 

            MORTALITY RATES

3.      ANALYTIC EPIDEMIOLOGIC METHODS

4.      EXPERIMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGIC METHODS

5.      INVESTIGATION OF EPIDEMICS

6.      PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF DISEASES

7.      PRINCIPLES OF SCREENING PROGRAMS

 

COURSE EVALUATION:
SEMESTER EXAMS (20% EACH)                           40 POINTS

FIELD ASSIGNMENT AND REPRT                        20 POINTS

FINAL WRITTEN EXAM                                          40 POINTS

 

COURSE  TEXTBOOK:

REQUIRED  READING  :   COURSE HANDOUTS

OTHER REFENCES :

1-MAUSNER AND KRAMER:

EPIDEMIOLOGY-  INTRODUCTORY  TEXT

2-CHARLES ANOKUTE :

EPIDEMIOLOGY FOR  THE APPLIED MEDICAL SCIENCES

3-LEON GORDIS:  EPIDEMIOLOGY

 

MID TERM TEST 1 : MONDAY  . 1428H  ( .2007)

 

MID TERM TEST 2 : MONDAY  .1428H  ( .2007)

 

FIELD ASSIGMENT :

 

CHS  334  : EPIDEMIOLGY 1 FIRST  SEMESTER 1427/ 1428H

 

                                      WEEKLY   TOPICAL OUTLINES

 

WEEK ( DATE )                        T   O   P   I    C                                    

 

1 &  2      COURSE PRSENTATION                               

                INTRODUCTION TO EPIDEMIOLOGICAL

                STUDIES  AND USES  

2,3 .        MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY RATES    

               STANDARDIZATION OF CRUDE RATES   

               

4.             DESCRIPTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGY                 

 

5.               INTERVENTIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGY       

 

 

6.   FIRST MID TERM TEST  ( 20 POINTS)

 

7         EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DISEASES                      

 

8         INVESTIGATION OF EPIDEMICS                   

 

9.    SCREENING PROGRAMS                                     

 

10.  SECOND MID TERM TEST ( 20 POINTS)         

 

11.     ANALYTIC EPIDEMIOLGY:

                                 CROSS SECTIONAL  STUDIES                          

 

12. RETROSPECTIVE STUDIES                                

 

13.     PROSPECTIVE STUDIES                                       

 

14.  FIELD ASSIGNMENT PRESENTATION ( 20 POINTS)

 

 

15                           GENERAL   REVISION                                          

                                                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURSE NUMBER  : CHS 231

COURSE TITLE  :  INFECTIOUS DISEASES

CREDIT HOURS  : 2 + 0  = 2

PREREQUSITES  : NON

COURSE INSTRUCTOR : ABDALLA A.WAHID SAEED.

                                             TEL 4355010  EXT 504

                                              e-mail  asaeed@ksu.edu.sa        

                                                         <asaeed1946@hotmail.com>

COURSE DESCRIPTION :

Common and important infectious diseases nation and

world-wide will be presented and discussed focussing on the

whole spectrum of the disease concerned such as causative

agent, reservoir hosts, transmission , incubation period,

major clinical features, principles of management with

emphasis on prevention and control measures .

COURSE OBJECTIVES :

The student is expected at the end of the course to be able to :

1. Discuss the importance of infectious diseases in the community.

2. Outline and discuss the interaction between infectious diseases and man and his environment.

3. Outline and discuss the components of infectious diseases epidemiology.

4. Discuss the principles of surveillance, investigation, eradication and control of infectious diseases in the community.

4. Know the major infectious diseases and their control programmes in the Kingdom.

 

                                      CHS 231    Infectious Diseases

Topical  weekly Outlines : Two Hours Weekly

WEEK                     T O P I C

1 & 2                         Introduction

                                  Definition of relevant terms

                                  Classification of infectious diseases

                                  Epidemiology of infectious diseases

                                  Principles of Eradication , Prevention and Control of Infectious 

                                  Diseases

                                  Infectious diseases rules and regulations.

 

3                                Parasitic Diseases

                                   Intestinal Protozoa ( Amoeba , Giardia )

 

4                                            Intestinal Helminths ( Ascaris, Hookworm 

5                                            ,Teaniasis  -Tapeworms – Human , Dog)

 

6                                            Extra Intestinal Protozoa ( Malaria , 

                                   Leishmania , )

                                  Extra Intestinal Helminths ( Schistosomiasis )

 

6                       TEST 1  ( 20 points )

 

7                                 Bacterial Diseases

                                  Cholera , Typhoid , Shigellosis

 

8                                Tuberculosis , Leprosy, Relapsing Fever

 

9                                Brucellosis , Meningitis , Plague

 

10                     TEST 2   ( 20 points )

 

11                           Viral Diseases

                               Small pox and its eradication   AIDS.

 

12                           Yellow Fever  , Rabies , Avian Flu , Rift Valley Fever

 

13                            Viral Hepatitis ( A , B, C, D, E )

 

14                     TEST 3  ( 20 POINTS )

 

15                             Epidemiology of Vector Borne Diseases

                                  Infectious Diseases and International

                                  Health Regulations.

 

TEACHING METHODS :

 

Lectures , group discussion , assignments

 

EVALUATION :

 

Three semester examinations, 20 points each (Total 60 )

One Final written Exam   ( 40 points )

 

COURSE TEXT BOOK :

 

Chin, James  ( Editor )  2000 . Control of communicable diseases Manual . 17th Edition , APHA Publication , Washington D.C.,USA

 

OTHER REFERENCES :

 

1.Christie A . 1990 Infectious Diseases : Clinical and Epidemiologic Practice , Churchill Livingstone , UK.

2- Handouts

 

 

 

 

                       DEPT. OF COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES

                                SECOND   SEMESTER 1425/1426H       

COURSE NUMBER :  CHS  241

COURSE TITLE  :  HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND SYSTEMS.

CREDIT HOURS  :  3 + 0  =  3

PREREQUISITES :  NONE

COURSE INSTRUCTOR : Dr.  Abdalla  Abdel Wahid Saeed

OFFICE                 : ROOM NO.1A16  TEL   4355010   EXT 504

e-mail                     : asaeed@37.com      abdsaeed@medu.net.sa

 

COURSE  OBJECTIVE  :                       

            To acquaint the student with a broad range of basic health and health related sciences and the range of career opportunities in the health field as well as an understanding of the health care systems and organization .

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION  :

            A summary of health care programs and opportunities in the health field and the characteristics ,roles , responsibilities and relationships between and among health professions . Basic Health Science Terminology, and fundamentals of Epidemiology will be presented along with Introduction to the organization and structure of the governmental and private health sectors in terms of their planning, functions responsibilities , constraints and operations .

 

Specific Course Objectives :

 

1. Define health and discuss determinants and indicators of health status

 

2. Discuss the different aspects of Environment family and their role in the causation and solution of health and health related problems .

3. Define the levels of health care and discuss the concept and rationale of the primary health care program in the Kingdom.

 

4.Define Health Team and Health Professions and discuss their characteristics careers , roles and problems .

 

5.Outline the different types of National Health Systems and discuss their determinants, understand the basic Organization and Management Models in Health Facilities.

 

6.Understand and use the basic health science terminology

 

7.Understand the role of the International Health and Health Related Organizations .

 

8.Understand , discuss and use Epidemiologic Methods in the study and solution of health and health related problems.

 

 

 

 

                                                  TOPICAL  OUTLINE :

 

SERIAL                      T O P I C

 

1                                 Introduction

                                   Definitions of health

                                   Determinants of health status

                                   Sociological aspects of health

2                                 Health Professions / Health careers

                                   Health Team

3                                 Health Indicators

4                                 Health Science Terminology

5                                 Levels of health care / levels of prevention

                                   Primary Health Care : concept and programmes

                                   International Health Organizations

6                                 Health Systems Analysis.

7                                 Health System in the Kingdom                             

8                                      Comparative Health Systems

9                                      Definition and uses of Epidemiology

                                   Descriptive and Experimental Epidemiology

10                               Analytic Epidemiology.

                                   Ecological, cross-sectional studies

11    , 12                        Retrospective , prospective studies

13                                 Screening Programmes

14                              Infectious Diseases Epidemiology

15                              Non infectious diseases epidemiology

16                              REVISION

 

TEACHING METHODS :

Formal lectures  with active student participation

EVALUATION : Three Semester Tests

TEST 1       20 %      TEST 2     20 %     TEST  20%   FINAL   40 %

COURSE TEXT BOOKS :

1.Smolensky J. Principles of Community Health . W.B. Saunders

Company , Philadelphia , 2001.

2. Mausner and Kramer . Epidemiology : Introductory Text

   W.B. Saunders Company , Philadelphia 1990.

3. Medical Terminology : a self-learning module

   by: Jacqueline Joseph Birmingham

   Mcgraw -Hill Book Company , 1991.

4.Other References :      Handouts

MID TERM TEST 1

MID TERM TEST 2

MID TERM TEST 3

 

 

 

READ  THE FOLLOWING  CAREFULLY :

 

PLEASE  TAKE COURSE SERIOUSLY , ATTEND ALL LECTURES AND  EXAMS- NO RETAKE EXAMS- NO DOUBLING OF GRADES- NO ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS OR QUIZZES TO IMPROVE GRADES.

EXAMS WILL BE SOLVED AT END OF EXAM. PERIOD, YOU SHOULD ATTEND TO KNOW THE CORRECT ANSWERS WHICH WILL NOT BE DISCUSSED WITH INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS GRADES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED TO STUDENTS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE FOLLOWING LECTURE.NO STUDENT WILL BE ALLOWED TO REVIEW HIS PAPER INDIVIDUALLY THE TEACHER IS READY TO REVISE STUDENTS ANSWER PAPER  TO CORRECT ANY MISTAKES.  STUDENT HAS TO FILE A COMPLAINT IF  NOT CONVINCED AFTER THE REVISION . QUESTIONS WILL NOT BE ANSWERED FOR INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS . THIS WILL ONLY  BE FOR ALL STUDENTS IN THE CLASS AT THE SAME TIME , USUALLY IMMEDIATELY AFTER EXAM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

               COLLEGE  OF  APPLIED  MEDICAL  SCIENCES

                  DEPT. OF COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES

                         FIRST SEMESTER   1428 / 1429 H

COURSE  NUMBER  :   CHS 446

COURSE  TITLE :         COMMUNICATION  SKILLS

CREDIT HIURS :          2 + 1  =   3  HOURS

COURSE  INSTRUCTOR : DR. ABDALLA A.WAHID SAEED        EXT 504

                    < asaeed@37.com>         <saeed.abdalla@gmail.com.>

OBJECTIVE :   To understand the theory and practice of communication methods. Emphasis will be on the development of basic communication skills required.

DESCRIPTION : Communication systems and methods. Instruction. In writing and reading , interviewing and presentations .

Health professionals require high level of interpersonal communication skills  and expertise in interviewing, reading, writing, presenting and  other communicating modalities with clients, peers and public using verbal and non verbal communication methods..

 COURSE  OBJECTIVES :

At the end of the course the student  should be able to design and use effectively :

A- COMMUNICATION SKILLS:

1.       NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION.

2.       PARALINGUISTIC  FEATURES OF COMMUNICATION.

3.VERABL COMMUNICATION

B- INTERVIEWS:

4. PURPOSE AND SCENE SETTING

5. GATHERING INFORMATION, INVOLVING INTERVIEWEE.

6. INTERVIEWING SKILLS IN DIFFERENT SETTINGS

C-PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS:

7- PREPARATION

8. COMMUNICATION ROLE- PRESENTING SELF

9. MEETING SKILLS IN DIFFERENT SETTINGS

D-PRESNTATION SKILLS :

10.PREPARATION

11. EFFECTIVE USE OF VOICE, VERBA AND NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION- USE OF AUDIOVISUALS

12.PRESENTATION SKILLS IN DIFFERENT SETTINGS

 

COURSE  EVALUATION :

 

TWO SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS   20%   EACH               = 40 POINTS

 

WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT AND ORAL PRESENTATION     = 20  POINTS

 

ONE FINAL WRITTEN EXAMINATION                                  = 40 POINTS

 

TOTAL                                                                                                 100  POINTS 

     

 

 

COURSE TEXTBOOKS :

1-

1.1.    TITLE : COMMUNIACTION SKILLS IN PRACTICE : A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL – 2005

1.2.    AUTHOR: DAINA WILLIAMS

1.3.    PUBLISHER : JESSICA KINGSLEY – LONDON –PHILADELPHIA

 

2.

 

2.1      TITLE : EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL – SECOND EDITION 19997.

2.2       AUTHOR: OHILIP BRNARD.

2.3      PUBLISHER : STANLEY THORNES – UK.

 

     

                                        

                                                         WEEKLY  TOPICAL  OUTLINE

 

WEEK                                             TOPIC                                           

1                                INTRODUCTION

2                                NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION

3                                NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION

4                                PARALIGUISTICFEATURES OF COMMUNICATION

5                                PARALIGUISTICFEATURES OF COMMUNICATION

6                                VERBAL COMMUNICATION

7                                INTERVIEWS

8                                INTERVIEWS

9                                INTERVIEWS

10                             PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

11                             PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

12                             PRESENTATION SKILS

13                             PRESENTATION SKILS

14                             STUDENTS ASSIGNMENTS

15                             STUDENTS ASSIGNMENTS

16                             FINAL EXAMINATION

 

 

 
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