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وحدة البحوث الطبية العلاقات الثقافية شعبة ضمان الجودة و الأداء الجامعي وحدة التعليم الطبي و تطوير المناهج الدراسية لجنة التعضيد شعبة النشاطات الطلابية





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وحدة اعتماد المختبرات في الكلية تقيم ورشة عمل بعنوان (سجل استخدام الجهاز المختبري) ............ شعبة الإعلام
ورشة عمل #2 بعنوان (طريقة توثيق الاجهزة المختبرية)
ورشة عمل #1 بعنوان (الية العمل مع وحدة اعتماد المختبرات)
ندوة ثقافية عن (مفاهيم الجودة واهميتها في التعليم العالي)
اجتماع ضمن مشروع تطوير البنى التحتية
برنامج الجودة الثقافي 2016-2017
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Pharmacology & therapeutics
MSc Curriculum

1st Semester

Subjects

Code

Hours/week

Credits

Theory

Practical

1

Basic pharmacology

PHRBpr-M1

4

2

5

2

Biostatistics

COMSta-M1

2

---

2

3

Clinical biochemistry

 

2

---

2

4

English language

ENGEng-M1

1

---

1

5

Lab techniques

PHRLtc-M2

2

2

2

6

Seminar

PHRSem-M1

2

---

1

Total

13

2nd Semester

Subjects

Code

Hours/week

Credits

Theory

Practical

1

General pharmacology

PHRGpr-M2

4

2

5

2

Physiology

 

2

---

2

3

Research methodology

COMRme-M2

2

---

1

4

Selective pharmacology

PHRSpr-M2

2

---

2

5

Toxicology

PHRTox-M2

2

---

2

Total

12

Pharmacology & therapeutics
PhD Curriculum

1st Semester

Subjects

Code

Hours/week

Credits

Theory

Practical

1

Advance pharmacology (I)

PHRApr-P1

4

2

5

2

Biochemistry

 

2

---

2

3

English language

ENGEng-P1

1

---

1

4

Lab techniques

PHRLtc-P1

2

2

2

5

Selective pharmacology

PHRSpr-P1

2

---

2

6

Seminar

PHRSem-P1

2

---

1

Total

13

2nd Semester

Subjects

Code

Hours/week

Credits

Theory

Practical

1

Advanced pharmacology (II)

PHRApr-P2

4

2

5

2

Immunology

 

2

2

2

3

Medical toxicology

PHRMtx-P2

2

---

2

4

Molecular biology

 

2

---

2

5

Physiology

 

2

---

2

6

SPSS

CMRSps-P2

2

---

1

Total

14

1st Semester

45 Hours Theory (3 Hours/week)
30 Hours Practical (2 Hours/week)

 

  1. Advanced Pharmacology

A. Introduction to General Pharmacology (6 hours) 

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course, the candidate should be able to describe how drugs act on the body and how the body deals with the drugs.

  1. Introduction to pharmacology
  2. Pharmacodynamics
  3. Pharmacokientics

 

B. Introduction of Autonomic Nervous System pharmacology view (6 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the postgraduate student should be able to describe the effect of drugs on adrenergic and cholinergic nervous system and application of such effect in therapeutics.

  1. Introduction to Autonomic Nervous System
  2. Drugs acting as cholinimimetic Agonists
  3. Anti-cholinergic drugs
  4. Drugs acting as adrenergic Agonists
  5. Anti-adrenergic drugs
  6. Muscle Relaxants

 

C. Drugs Acting on Cardiovascular system (12 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the postgraduate student should be able to identify the drugs which act on different cardiovascular diseases, their mechanism of action, adverse effects, and their indication.

    1. Drugs for hypertension treatment
    2. Drugs for cardiac Arrhythmia treatment
    3. Drugs for cardiac Failure treatment
    4. Drugs for ischemic Heart Diseases treatment.
    5. Diuretic drugs
    6. Antihyperlipidemic drugs

 

D. Drugs acting on smooth muscles (7 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the postgraduate student should be able to describe the effect of drugs on smooth muscles on different organs.

  1. Drugs act as antihistamine drugs
  1. Serotonin & antiserotonin drugs
  2. Prostaglandins and its analog
  3. Drugs acting anti asthmatic

                                       
E. Drugs acting on Central nervous system (I) (10 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the student should be able to identify the drugs which act on CNS in relation with pathophysiology of certain psychiatric diseases.

  1. Drugs acting as Narcotic analgesics
  1. Antidepressants drugs
  2. Sedative & hypnotic drugs
  3. C.N.S. stimulants drugs
  4. Alcohol

F. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (4 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the student should be able to identify the drugs which has anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, and analgesic effects .also drugs beneficial effects in gout.

  1. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
  1. Drugs used in gout treatment

2nd Semester

45 Hours Theory (3 Hours/ Week)
30 Hours Practical (2 Hours/ Week)

  1. Clinical Pharmacology

 

A. Drugs Affecting Endocrine System and its Diseases (14 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of this course, the postgraduate student is able to understand pathophysiology of different gland and clinical uses of drugs and   hormone preparations affecting such glands.

  1. Pharmacology of pituitary and hypothalamic hormones
  2. Thyroid hormones and antithyroid drugs
  3. Estrogen, progesterone and inhibitors
  4. Oral contraceptives & HRT
  5. Androgen
  6. Drugs for diabetes mellitus: Insulin and oral antidiabetic agents
  7. Adrenocorticosteroids [Corticosteroids and their antagonists]
  8. Parathyroid hormones and drugs affecting calcium balance
  9. Drugs acting on uterus
  10. Drug treatment for infertility and erectile dysfunctions

 

B. Pharmacology of Chemotherapeutic Agents(18 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of this course, the postgraduate student should be able to recognize and understand the different types of targets for chemotherapeutic drugs, and how these mechanisms relate to selective toxicity as well as mechanisms of resistance to the action of antibiotics and strategies to avoid them.

  1. Introduction and basic principles of chemotherapy
  2. Sulfonamides
  3. Quinolones
  4. β-Lactam antibiotics
  5. Aminoglycosides
  6. Macrolides and ketolides
  7. Tetracycline and chloramphenicol
  8. Immunomodulators
  9. Antimycobacterial drugs,
  10. Antifungal drugs
  11. Anti amoebic and other antiprotozoal drugs
  12. Anthelmintic agents
  13. Antiviral, anti-AIDS drugs
  14. Chemotherapy of Urinary tract infection & STDs
  15. Basic principles of cancer chemotherapy

 

C. Drugs acting on Central nervous system (II) (10 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the postgraduate student should be able to identify the drugs which act on C.N.S in relation with pathophysiology of certain psychiatric and neurological diseases. Also, to understand mechanisms of action of local and general anesthesia.

  1. Antipsychotics
  2. Anti-parkinson drugs
  3. Anti-epileptics
  4. Local anesthetics
  5. General anesthetics

 

D. Drugs affecting haemopoietic system (3 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the postgraduate student should be able to identify the drugs which has Antiplatelet, thrombolytic, and anticoagulant effects .also drugs beneficial effects in treatment of anemia.

  1. Drugs for anemia
  2. Antiplatelet, thrombolytic, and anticoagulant drugs.

 

  1. Medical Toxicology

 

  1. Clinical toxicology: Introduction
  2. Toxic effects of paracetamol
  3. Digoxin toxicity
  4. Amphetamine toxicity
  5. Alcohol toxicity
  6. Toxic effect on CNS.
  7. Toxic effect on toxic effect on Blood.
  8. Toxic effect on haemopoitic system.
  9. Toxic effect on reproductive system.
  10. Toxic effect on immune system.
  11. Toxic effect on renal system.
  12. Toxic effect on skin.
  1. Selective Pharmacology

 

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the postgraduate student should be able to present comprehensive lectures on some important subject not covered during the course of advanced pharmacology.

  1. Drugs used in treatment of obesity  
  2. Drugs used in skin diseases.
  3. Drugs used in pediatrics.
  4. Herbal Medicine
  5. Drugs used in elderly.
  6. Drugs used in pregnancy.
  7. Protein and second messenger

PhD Curriculum

2nd Semester

45 Hours Theory (3 Hours/ Week)
30 Hours Practical (2 Hours/ Week)

1. Clinical Pharmacology

A. Drugs Affecting Endocrine System and its Diseases (14 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of this course, the postgraduate student is able to:
Understand pathophysiology of different gland and clinical uses of drugs and hormone preparations affecting such gland.

  1. Pharmacology of pituitary and hypothalamic hormones
  2. Thyroid hormones and antithyroid drugs
  3. Estrogen, progesterone and inhibitors
  4. Oral contraceptives & HRT
  5. Androgen
  6. Drugs for diabetes mellitus: Insulin and oral antidiabetic agents
  7. Adrenocorticosteroids [Corticosteroids and their antagonists]
  8. Parathyroid hormones and drugs affecting calcium balance
  9. Drugs acting on uterus
  10. Drug treatment for infertility and erectile dysfunctions

 

B. Pharmacology of Chemotherapeutic Agents(18 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of this course, the postgraduate student should be able to recognize and understand the different types of targets for chemotherapeutic drugs, and how these mechanisms relate to selective toxicity as well as mechanisms of resistance to the action of antibiotics and strategies to avoid them.

  1. Introduction and basic principles of chemotherapy
  2. Sulfonamides
  3. Quinolones
  4. β-Lactam antibiotics
  5. Aminoglycosides
  6. Macrolides and ketolides
  7. Tetracycline and chloramphenicol
  8. Immunomodulators
  9. Antimycobacterial drugs,
  10. Antifungal drugs
  11. Anti amoebic and other antiprotozoal drugs
  12. Anthelmintic agents
  13. Antiviral, anti-AIDS drugs
  14. Chemotherapy of Urinary tract infection & STDs
  15. Basic principles of cancer chemotherapy

 

C. Drugs acting on Central nervous system (II) (10 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the student postgraduate should be able to identify the drugs which act on C.N.S in relation with pathophysiology of certain psychiatric and neurological diseases. Also, to understand mechanisms of action of local and general anesthesia.

  1. Antipsychotics
  2. Anti-parkinson drugs
  3. Anti-epileptics
  4. Local anesthetics
  5. General anesthetics

 

D. Drugs affecting haemopoietic system (3 hours)

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the postgraduate student should be able to identify the drugs which have antiplatelet, thrombolytic, and anticoagulant effects .also drugs beneficial effects in treatment of anemia.

  1. Drugs for anemia
  2. Antiplatelet, thrombolytic, and anticoagulant drugs.

 

2. Medical Toxicology

  1. Clinical toxicology: Introduction
  2. Toxic effects of paracetamol
  3. Digoxin toxicity
  4. Amphetamine toxicity
  5. Alcohol toxicity
  6. Toxic effect on CNS.
  7. Toxic effect on toxic effect on Blood.
  8. Toxic effect on haemopoitic system.
  9. Toxic effect on reproductive system.
  10. Toxic effect on immune system.
  11. Toxic effect on renal system.
  12. Toxic effect on skin.