1. NAME OF COURSE  / MODULE  Behavioural Sciences Professional Development II
2. COURSE CODE PAU3021
3. NAME(S) OF ACADEMIC STAFF  
4. RATIONALE FOR THE INCLUSION OF THE COURSE/MODULE IN THE PROGRAMME Second Module of Behavioural Sciences and Professional Development I
5. SEMESTER & YEAR OFFERED Year 3
6. TOTAL STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT) Face to face:

SGD P O
26 4 1

SGD=Self Group Discussion; P=Presentation/Practical; (O) Other- Assessment

Total Guided and Independent Learning:

31+ 31=62
7. CREDIT VALUE 62/31= 2 (1 Credit Hour)
8. OBJECTIVES
  • To increase understanding of the clinical studies
  • To integrate Islamic perspectives in treating patients
  • An expansion in learning on interpersonal communication skills
  • To develop compassion and commitment to be a Muslim physician of a good standard with Islamic perspectives
  • Learn the Islamic technique and skills to slaughter animal
  • Physical activity curricula is to train the students on exercise and promote healthy lifestyle and to be able to counsel patients about the knowledge and benefits of physical activities on health
  • Introduce military physical activities to promote physical strength and for health benefits
9. LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Be more prepared to enter into clinical years
  • Improvise interpersonal communication skills while in clinical years
  • Enhance awareness of the accountability as a medical student
  • Learn to identify SWOT and foster strength
  • Enable the students to face physical challenges
10. TRANSFERABLE SKILLS Personal and professional development in the area of:

  • interpersonal communication among colleagues, patients and patients’ family members
  • teamwork
  • clinical setting
  • to promote benefits of exercise on health
11. TEACHING-LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT STRATEGY Teaching-learning strategy:

The course will be taught through a combination of formal group discussions, facilitated by lecturers. Collaborative teamwork will be fostered throughout the course. The use of in class individual and group presentation or discussion will assess the student’s ability to apply scientific and Islamic knowledge in clinical settings and the profession as a medical doctors as a whole. It involves practical clinical attending skills to patients.  Additionally, physical activities  will be trained by former military personnel

12. MODE OF DELIVERY Self Group Discussions, practical and physical outdoor activities
13. Content outline of the course/module

Topics

 
Small Group Discussion Practical/Presentation Self study/  
1.Islamic Lecture

Every morning, student will be given  lecture/discussion to increase Islamic knowledge about daily practices

3 6
2.Giving and receiving feedback

1) Feedbacks are important for people to learn how to be more effective in their jobs. Positive ones are just as important as negative ones.

2) Constructive, non-judgmental feedback is both instructive and empowering

1 1 4
3. Accountability as a medical student/

1.Maintain accepted standards of competence as a medical student and as a good doctor in future .

1 1 4
4. How to approach the clinical years?

1. What to expect in the clinical years?

2: Preparation to move into the clinical years.

1 1 4
5.Exploring strength, weakness, opportunities and threats swot

  1. Identify swot
  2. How to manage the weaknesses and foster the strength
  3. How to face threats
  4. How to make use of opportunities and what can be learned from an opportunity
1 1 4
6.Outdoor activities- physically challenging activities

  • physical exercise
  • cooking
  • Jungle tracking
9
7.Group work presentation

Development on soft skill such as communication and speaking in public.

 

 

 

2

4
8.Slaughter animal in Islamic Method

Students learn the proper Islamic techniques to slaughter animals

8 5
Total 26 4 31   61