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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
منهاج الدراسات العليا

Dept. of Family & Community Medicine
MSc Curriculum

1st Semester

Subjects

Code

Hours/week

Credits

Theory

Practical

1

Biostatistics

COMSta-M1

2

2

3

2

English language

ENGEng-M1

1

1

3

Epidemiology

COMEpi-M1

2

2

3

4

Health Administration

COMHad-M1

1

1

5

Nutrition

COMNut-M1

1

1

6

Training & education

COMTed-M1

1

1

Total

10

2nd Semester

Subjects

Code

Hours/week

Credits

Theory

Practical

1

Communicable disease epidemiology

COMCde-M2

2

2

2

Health economics

COMHec-M2

1

1

3

Health education

COMHed-M2

1

1

4

Non-communicable D. epidemiology

COMNde-M2

1

1

5

Occupation& Environmental medicine

COMOem-M2

3

3

6

Primary health care

COMPhc-M2

3

3

7

Research Methodology

COMRme-M2

2

2

8

Social behavior

COMSbe-M2

1

1

Total

14


PhD Curriculum

1st Semester

Subjects

Code

Hours/week

Credits

Theory

Practical

1

Biostatistics

COMSta-P1

2

2

2

English language

ENGEng-P1

1

1

3

Epidemiology

COMEpi-P1

2

2

3

4

Health Administration

COMHad-P1

1

1

5

Health education

COMHed-P1

1

1

6

Sociology

COMSoc-P1

1

1

7

Training & Education

COMTed-P1

1

1

Total

10

2nd Semester

Subjects

Code

Hours/week

Credits

Theory

Practical

1

Communicable disease epidemiology

COMCde-P2

2

2

2

Health economics

COMHec-P2

1

1

3

Non-communicable D. epidemiology

COMNde-P2

1

1

4

Nutrition

COMNut-P2

1

1

5

Primary health care

COMPhc-P2

3

3

6

Research methodology

COMRem-P2

2

2

7

Occupation& Environmental medicine

COMOem-P2

3

3

8

SPSS Computer Application

COMSPSS-P2

2

1

Total

14

  1. EpidemiologyFor 60 hours (Theory 2 hours/week & Practical 2 hours/week of 3 credits)
  1. Evolution of epidemiology
  2. International Classification of Diseases (ICD) and ICD10
  3. Epidemiology is a population science
  4. Syndromic versus co-occurrence
  5. Communicable disease epidemiology
  6. Host-agent-environment model
  7. Surveillance of disease
  8. Investigation of an epidemic
  9. Tools of the trade
  10.  Measures of disease frequency
  11.  Screening test
  12.  Epidemiological studies designs
  1. Epidemiology of Communicable Diseasesfor 30 hours (Theory 2 hours/week of 2 credits)
  1. General consideration
  2. Nosocomial infections
  3. Malaria
  4. Leishmania
  5. Schistozomiasis
  6. Measles
  7. Diphtheria
  8. Tetanus
  9. Bordetella pertussis
  10. Mumps
  11. Rubella
  12. Viral Hepatitis
  13. Hepatitis A virus (HAV)
  14. Hepatitis B virus (HBV)
  15. Parentally transmitted non-A non-B Hepatitis
  16. Enterically transmitted non-A non-B Hepatitis
  17. Hepatitis D virus (HDV)
  18. Poliomyelitis
  19. Sexually transmitted disease (STDs)
  20. Acquired immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
  21. Chlamydial infection
  22. Trichomoniasis infection
  23. Syphilis
  24. Gonococcal infection
  25. Rabies
  26. Typhoid and Paratyphoid fever & Cholera

 

  1. Epidemiology of Non-Communicable Diseasesfor 15 hours (Theory 1 hour/week of 1 credit)
  1. Introduction
  2. Epidemiology of hypertension
  3. Epidemiology of heart disease.
  4. (Box) Genes
  5. Epidemiology of Cerebrovascular accident.
  6. Epidemiology of Diabetes Mellitus.
  7. Epidemiology of Cancer.
    1. Stomach Cancer Epidemiology
    2. Lung Cancer Epidemiology
    3. Bladder Cancer Epidemiology
    4. Colorectal Cancer Epidemiology
    5. Breast Cancer Epidemiology
    6. Cancer of Cervix Epidemiology
  8. Epidemiology of Rheumatic fever
  9. Epidemiology of Peptic Ulcer
  10. Definition of genetic epidemiology
  11. General methods employed in genetic epidemiology
  12. Epidemiological studies of family aggregation
  13. Twins studies
  14. Adoption studies
  15. Inbreeding studies
  16. Epidemiological studies of specific genetic factors
  1. Biostatisticsfor 30 hours (theory 2 hours/week) of 2 credits
  1. Introduction to biostatistics
  2. Sampling, randomization
  3. Presentation of data, tables, graphs
  4. Measures of central tendency
  5. Measures of dispersion
  6. Probability
  7. Statistical Inference
  8. Hypothesis Testing Steps
  9. Non-parametric Tests
  10. Chi square test
  11. Linear regression and correlation coefficient estimation
  12. ANOVA

 

  1. SPSS Computer Package for 30  (Practical 2 hours/week of 1 credit)
  1. Introduction for the program and its applications.
  2. Preparing data for entry, import data from different other programs, and types of files in SPSS.
  3. Using the spread sheet for data entry according to the type of variable.
  4. Correct errors of data entry and prepare data for analysis and using sorting, merging, inserting variables or cases, and selecting specific cases.
  5. Ways of transforming data by computing, counting, categorizing, recoding, and replacing missing values of the data.
  6. Performing data analysis including:
    1. Describing the data using frequencies, exploring, describing numeric variables, and cross tabulation.
    2. Performing Chi Square test for string variables.
    3. Comparing means using Student’s t-test in all its applications, and ANOVA test.
    4. Computation of correlation and regression.
  1. Primary Health Care for 45 hours (Theory 3 hours/week of 3 credits)
  1. Concept of health care
  2. Health system
  3. Levels of health care
  4. Alma Ata Declaration
  5. Principles of PHC
  6. Intersectorial collaboration and appropriate health technology in PHC
  7. Community participation
  8. Equity in health
  9. Millennium development goals
  10. District health services
  11. Maternal mortality
  12. Integrated management of pregnant women and new-born
  13. Diarrhoeal Diseases control program
  14. Control of ARI program
  15. Immunization (EPI)
  16. Growth monitoring
  17. Breastfeeding
  18. Integrated management of childhood illnesses IMCI
  19. Adolescent Health program
  20. School Health program
  21. Health of Elderly

 

  1. Health Education for 15 hours (Theory 1 hour/week of 1 credit)
  1. Health Behaviour and Health Education
  2. People working with People
  3. Planning for Health Education in Primary Health Care
  4. Health Education with Individuals
  5. Health Education with Groups
  6. Health Education with People
  7. Communicating the Health Messages, Methods, Media, and Tools

 

  1. Behavior and Social Sciences for15 hours (Theory 1 hour/week of 1 credit)
  1. Anthropology
  2. Pervasiveness of culture, language and culture, folk culture, and subculture
  3. Social role
  4. Social disorganization and deviance
  5. Culture and illness
  6. Socialization
  7. Health and illness, sick role
  8. Level of social influence on behaviour, determinant of human behaviour, and determinant of human behaviour
  9. Lay theories of illness causation.
  10. Definition of some symptoms as “abnormal”.
  11. Non-physical triggers to the decision to seek medical aids
  12. Folk illness
  13. Basic concept of health behavior in the following areas:
  14. Patient-doctor relationship
  15. Patient help seeking behavior
  16. Patient compliance with treatment
  17. Patient appraisal of health risk
  18. The doctor-patient consultation
  19. Problems that might interfere with communication with patients.
  20. Abnormal illness response, conflict, and anxiety.
  21. Patient expectation and negotiation.
  22. Describing doctor-patient relationship.
  1. Occupational and Environmental Medicine45 hours (Theory 3 hours/week of 3 credits)
  1. Introduction(history of occupational medicine)
  2. Occupational health services and programs
  3. Epidemiology of occupational medicine
  4. Epidemiology of occupational injuries
  5. Occupational hazards
  6. Heavy metals
  7. Toxicology (introduction)
  8. Occupational cancer
  9. Occupational lung diseases (Introduction)
  10. Occupational eye diseases
  11. Occupational skin diseases
  12. Occupational heart diseases
  13. Toxic liver disorders
  14. Toxic peripheral  neuropathy
  15. Occupational deafness
  16. Occupational hygiene
  17. Child labor
  18. Occupational disorders of hematology
  19. Environmental and occupational causes of toxic injury to the kidneys and urinary tract.
  20. Hard metals
  21. Occupational and environmental history and examinations
  22. Musculoskeletal disorders
  23. Ergonomics.
  24. Radiation(ionized and non-ionized)
  25. Dispensary at work place
  26. Pprinciples of factory establishment.
  27. Impairment, Disability, and Functional Capacity
  28. Psychiatric Syndromes Common to the Workplace
  29. Alcohol and Drug Abuse in Industry
  30. Mechanisms of Occupational Disease and Injury
  31. Organic chemicals.
  32. General prevention at work place
  33. Sleep disorders and work
  34. Shift Work and Long Work Hours
  35. Introduction to environmental health (the Challenge)
  36. Environmental hazards
  37. Outdoor air pollutions
  38. Indoor air pollutions
  39. Water pollutions
  40. Ozone
  41. Acid rain
  42. Green house phenomenon
  43. Biologic and Medical Implications of Global Warming
  44. Soil pollution
  45. Food safety
  46. Nitrogen Oxides
  47. Sulfur Dioxide
  48. Particulate Matter
  49. Cigarette Smoking
  50. The Built Environment
  51. Chlorofluorocarbons and Destruction of the Ozone Layer
  52. Environmental Law and Policy
  53. Risk Assessment and Economic Evaluation
  54. Workers' Compensation
  55. Industrial Hygiene Measurement and Control
  56. Hazardous waste
  57. Sick Building Syndrome and Building-related Illness
  58. Control Approaches of air pollution
  59. Clinical approach to the patient with indoor air problems
  60.  Pesticides

 

  1. Methodology of Research for 30 hours: (Theory 2 hours/week of 2 credit)
  1. Introduction and scientific method
  2. Process of doing a clinical research
  3. Research Question
  4. Research Objective
  5. Research hypothesis
  6. Literature review
  7. Study Designs
  8. Study Subjects
  9. Sample size
  10.  Study Measurements
  11.  Principles of Research  Ethics
  12.  Writing the Research report
  13.  Writing the Research proposal
  1.  Health Care Administration for 15 hours: (Theory 1 hours/week of 1 credit)
  1. Multidimensional Aspects of Health Care
  2. Management
  3. Systems
  4. Organization
  5. Decision Making
  6. Planning
  7. Forecasting
  8. Marketing
  9. Management Information System
  10. Human Resources Management
  11. Evaluation and Control
  12. Emerging Trends in Health Care

 

  1. Nutrition for 15 hours: (Theory 1 hours/week of 1 credit)
  1. Nutrition status assessment
  2. Community nutrition, and how to plan a healthy diet
  3. RDA.
  4. Dietary guidelines
  5. Food guide pyramid
  6. Nutritional public health problems:
  7. Protein energy malnutrition
  8. Nutritional anaemia
  9. Vitamin A deficiency
  10. Iodine deficiency
  1.  Health Economics for 15 hours: (Theory 1 hours/week of 1 credit)
  1. Definition of economics & health economics
  2. Why health economics
  3. Macro and microeconomics
  4. Economic characteristics of developing countries
  5. Health characteristics of developing countries
  6. Cost, types, concept of cost in health economics
  7. Cost trends and their causes
  8. Benefits of health care
  9. Economic evaluation
  10.  Effectiveness
  11.  Efficiency
  12.  Efficacy
  13.  Allocative efficiency
  14.  Technical efficiency
  15.  Cost-benefits analysis
  16.  Cost-effectiveness analysis
  17.  Cost-utility analysis
  1.  Health Economics for 15 hours: (Theory 1 hours/week of 1 credit)
  1. Introduction
  2. Independent learning
  3. How to help student learn better
  4. Evidence Based Medicine
  5. Learning climate
  6. Teaching methods
  7. How to teach knowledge, skills, and attitutes.