1. NAME OF COURSE  / MODULE PAEDIATRICS II
2. COURSE CODE PAC6016
3. NAME(S) OF ACADEMIC STAFF
  • Assoc Prof Dr Ahsanullah El-Baki (USIM)
  • Dato Dr Mahmud Mohd Nor (USIM)
  • Dr Tengku Amatullah Madeehah T Mohd (USIM)
  • Dr Yusoff Ramdzan (USIM)
  • Prof Dato’ Dr Zulkifli Ismail
  • Prof Dr Syed Zulkifli Syed Zakaria
  • Prof Dr Rahmah Rasat
  • Prof Dr Rohana Jaafar
  • Prof Dr Wan Ariffin Abdullah
  • Assoc Prof Dr Zainab Kassim
  • Assoc Prof Dr Amaluddin Ahmad
  • Dr Zuraidah Hj. Abd Latiff
  • Dr Juriza Ismail
  • Dr Shareena Ishak
  • Dr Adli Ali
  • Dr Kerry Viviene Jayaprakasam
4. RATIONALE FOR THE INCLUSION OF THE COURSE/MODULE IN THE PROGRAMME  Compulsory Program Course
5. SEMESTER & YEAR OFFERED Year 6
6. TOTAL STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT) Face to face:

L T/S BST/C/

CP/OC

O
2 12 93 4

L=lecture ; T=Tutorial; S=Seminar; BST=Bedside Teaching; CP= Case Presentation; C=Clinic; OC=On Call; O=Others (Exam); P=Practical

Total Guided and Independent Learning:

138+98=236
7. CREDIT VALUE 236/40= 5.9  (6 credit )
8. PREREQUISITE (IF ANY)  Nil
9. OBJECTIVES By the end of the course, the student is expected to :

1.    competently take history and examine paediatric patients.

2.    demonstrate sound knowledge of common paediatric and neonatal diseases, conditions and syndromes.

3.    diagnose common paediatrics problems and formulate a basic management plan.

4.    communicate effectively as a doctor, team member and assume leadership role in relevant situations.

5.    demonstrate lifelong learning ability as a basis for future development in one’s medical career.

10. LEARNING OUTCOMES At the end of the course, students are able to:

1.     Explore relevant history and identify relevant signs. (LO1-C4, LO4-P3, LO6-A5)

2.     Formulate a plan for investigations to determine the provisional diagnosis and rule out relevant differential diagnoses. (LO1-C5)

3.     Plan and suggest the initial, definitive management and follow up. (LO1-C5, LO5-S2, LO7-A3)

4.     Demonstrate good patient-doctor relationship through good communication skills, ethical and Islamic practice and appropriate bedside manners with a high degree of professionalism. (LO1-C5, LO4-S2)

5.     Apply critical thinking and learning skills in the pursuit of life-long learning and continuous professional development. (LO1-C4, LO6-A2)

11. TRANSFERABLE SKILLS
  • Effective communication
  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Basic clinical skills and procedures
  • Teamwork
  • Professional ethics
  • Lifelong learning
  • Leadership quality
  • Paediatric history and examination
  • Baby screening
  • Venepuncture
  • BCG Injection
12. TEACHING-LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT STRATEGY Teaching-learning strategy:

  • Case presentation, case write-up  and discussion
  • Seminars
  • Ward work
  • Discovery learning / investigations
  • Bedside teaching
  • Specialist clinic attendance
  • On call commitments

 Assessment Strategy

  • Continuous and summative assessment
13. SYNOPSIS This posting covers the normal development of a child, preventive health care and study of the various diseases peculiar to the pediatric age group. The main objective is to introduce students to the principles of care in pediatric with emphasis on good doctor-patient relationship and doctor-parents/guardian relationship. The teaching and learning of pediatric takes place during ward postings, clinics, tutorial discussion, students’ seminars, hands-on learning on basic life support procedures using mannequins and on-call duties. Teaching methods include bedside teaching through demonstration by the teachers and case presentation by the students. The main emphasis of teaching is on proper patient history taking and physical examination and inculcation of right attitude and ethic in patient care.
14. MODE OF DELIVERY bedside teaching, seminar presentation, case presentation, discussion, tutorial.
15. Assessment methods and types
Summative  Assessment (100%)
Category Percentage Assessment method
Theory

·         Continuous Assessment

·         End of Clinical Posting

 

40%

60%

Logbook , Seminar, Case write up, Case presentation

Theory (MCQ, PMP)

Clinical Examination 100%   Long case

The student must pass both theory and clinical examinations to pass the posting.

16. MAPPING OF THE COURSE/ MODULE TO THE PROGRAMME AIMS Refer Appendix A
17. MAPPING OF THE COURSE/ MODULE TO THE PROGRAMME learning outcomes Refer Appendix B
18. Content outline of the course/module and SLT per topic
Topics FACE TO FACE SELF-STUDY TOTAL SLT
Lecture Seminar SCL Assignment/

SLP /SDL

Library search Self-study
INPUT 1: History taking and physical examination 1 1
INPUT 2 : Growth 2 2
INPUT 3 : Development 1 2 1 4
INPUT 4 : Nutrition 1 1
INPUT 5 : Immunization 1 1
INPUT 6 : Infectious Diseases 2 2
INPUT 7 : Cardiology 1 1 2 4
INPUT 8 : Respiratory 1 1 1 3
INPUT 9 : Neurology 1 2 2 5
INPUT 10 : Gastroenterology 2 2
INPUT 11 : Genitourinary 1 1 2 4
INPUT 12 : Endocrinology 1 2 2 5
INPUT 13 : Immunological disorders 1 1
INPUT 14 : Metabolic and Genetic Disorders 1 1 1 2 5
INPUT 15 : Haematology 1 2 2 5
INPUT 16 : Oncology 2 2 1 3 8
INPUT 17 : Common Skin Disorders 1 1
INPUT 18 : Accidental injuries 1 1 1 1 4
INPUT 19 : Non accidental injuries 1 1
INPUT 20 : Common surgical disorders 2 3
INPUT 21 : Common orthopaedic disorders 1 1
INPUT 22 : Neonatology 2 4 2 8
INPUT 23 : Child Psychiatry 1 1 2 4
Tutorial / Seminar / case writeup 12 20 3 37 75
Case presentation/ bedside teaching / Ward work / Ward round 69  29 93
Clinic /  On Call 24  24 48
Assessment and preparation 4 12 16
Total 2 12 117 3 102 236
19. References 1.     Kliegman, Robert M. 2011. Nelson Textbook of Paediatrics. 19th Edition. Saunders,

2.     John O Forfar, Gavin C Arnell. 2008. Textbook of Paediatrics. 7th Edition. Churchill Livingstone.

3.   Colin D. Rudolph, Abraham M. Rudolph, George E Lister, Lewis First, Anne A.Gershon. 2011. Rudolph’s Pediatrics. 22nd Edition. McGraw Hill.

4.   Janet M Rennie. 2012. Roberton Textbook of Neonatology. 5th Edition, Churchill

Livingstone.

5.   Lissauer, Tom, Clayden, Graham. 2011. Illustrated Textbook of Paediatrics. 4th

Edition. Mosby.  

 

Appendix A

Matrix of Course Learning Outcomes (CLO) vs Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

Faculty : FACULTY OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES

Programme: MBBS

Course: Paediatrics II

Cource Code: PAC5018

Course Learning Outcomes  Compliance to PEO Delivery Assessment  

Key Performance Indicators/ Index

 

PEO-1 PEO-2 PEO-3

 PEO-4 

1 Explore relevant history and identify relevant isgns X Lecture

Bedside teaching

Case presentation

Case write up

Clinical Exam

80% should pass
2  

Formulate a plan for investigations to determine the provisional diagnosis and rule out relevant differential diagnoses

X Lecture Seminar Bedside teaching Seminar

Case presentation Case write up

MCQ

PMP

Clinical Exam

80% should pass
3 Plan and suggest the initial, definitive management and follow up X X Lecture

Bedside teaching

Case write up

MCQ

PMP

Clinical Exam

80% should pass
4 Demonstrate good patient-doctor relationship through good communication skills, ethical and Islamic practice and appropriate bedside manners with a high degree of professionalism. X Lecture Seminar

Bedside teaching

Case presentation Clinical Exam 80% should pass
5 Apply critical thinking and learning skills in the pursuit of life-long learning and continuous professional development. X Bedside teaching PMP

Clinical Exam

80% should pass
Total 3 1 1 1

 

 Appendix B

Matrix of Course Learning Outcomes (CLO) vs Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO)

Faculty : FACULTY OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES

Programme: MBBS

Course: Paediatrics II

Cource Code: PAC5018

Course Learning Outcomes  Compliance to PLO Delivery Assessment  Key Performance Indicators/Index
LO-1 LO-2 LO-3 LO-4 LO-5 LO-6 LO-7 LO-8

 LO-9 

1 Explore relevant history and identify relevant signs C4 P3 A5 Lecture

Bedside teaching

Clinic

Ward work

Case presentation Case write up

MCQ

PMP

Clinical Exam

80% should pass
2 Formulate a plan for investigations to determine the provisional diagnosis and rule out relevant differential diagnoses C5 Lecture

Seminar

Bedside teaching

Clinic

Ward work

Seminar

Case presentation

Case write up

MCQ

PMP

Clinical Exam

80% should pass
3 Plan and suggest the initial, definitive management and follow up C4 S2 A3 Lecture

Bedside teaching

Clinic

Ward work

Case write up

MCQ

PMP

Clinical Exam

80% should pass
4 Demonstrate good patient-doctor relationship through good communication skills, ethical and Islamic practice, and appropriate bedside manners with a high degree of professionalism. C5 S2 Lecture

Seminar

Bedside teaching

Clinic

Ward work

Seminar

Case presentation Case write up

MCQ

PMP

Clinical Exam

80% should pass
5 Apply critical thinking and learning skills in the pursuit of life-long learning and continuous professional development. C4 A2 Bedside teaching

Clinic

Ward work

Case Presentation

Clinical Exam

80% should pass

 

Total 5     2 1 2 1