1. NAME OF COURSE  / MODULE MEDICINE I
2. COURSE CODE PAM401A
3. NAME(S) OF ACADEMIC STAFF
  • Dr Hilmi bin Lockman
  • Dr Ahmad Najib bin Azmi
  • Dr Hana Maizuliana binti Solehan
  • Dr Ummi Affah binti Mahamad
  • Dr Mohd Rahman bin Omar
  • Dr Abdul Aziz bin Marwan

 

4. RATIONALE FOR THE INCLUSION OF THE COURSE/MODULE IN THE PROGRAMME  Compulsory Program Course
5. SEMESTER & YEAR OFFERED Year 4
6. TOTAL STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT) Face to face:

L T/S BST/ CP/C/OC O
18 18 160 4

L=Lecture ;BST=Bedside teaching;  CP=Case presentation;

C=Clinic; OC=On Call; O=Others (Exam)

Total Guided and Independent Learning:

200+200=400
7. CREDIT VALUE 400/40= 10  (10 credit )
8. PREREQUISITE (IF ANY)  Nil
9. OBJECTIVES By the end of the course, the student is expected to :

1.  acquire basic skills in clinical examination.

2.  diagnose common medical conditions and diseases.

3.  outline principles of management of common medical conditions and  diseases.

4.  acquire proper attitude and ethics in patient care.

5.  acquire the basic principle in integrating Naqli and Aqli in Medicine.

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

1.  perform history taking and physical examination. (LO4, A4)

2.  formulate provisional and differential diagnoses (C5, CTPS4)

3. outline the management plans of patients. (LO3)

4. perform required procedures under supervision.(LO2, P4)

5. behave in ethical manner with consideration to Islamic values when dealing with patients, colleagues and other health care professionals. (LO5, LO6).

11. TRANSFERABLE SKILLS
  • Effective communication
  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Teamwork
  • Professional ethics
  • Lifelong learning
  • Leadership
12. TEACHING-LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT STRATEGY Teaching-learning strategy:

  • Discussion
  • Discovery learning
  • Problem-based learning
  • E-Learning
13. SYNOPSIS The course introduces students to proper skills and attitude in handling patients and solving clinical problems with emphasis on good-doctor relationship.   Teaching methods include bedside teaching, on-call duties, therapeutic rounds, case presentations, demonstration of short cases, data interpretation/problem-solving, procedure sessions, tutorials, seminar presentation, clinico-pathological conference and case write-ups.
14. MODE OF DELIVERY Lecture, bedside teaching, seminar presentation, case discussion and online learning.
15. Assessment methods and types
Summative  Assessment (100%)
Category Percentage Assessment method
Theory

· Continuous Assessment

· End of Clinical Posting

 

40%

60%

Logbook , Seminar, Case presentations

Theory (MCQ, PMP)

Clinical Examination 100% Short case, Long case
16 MAPPING OF THE COURSE/MODULE TO THE PROGRAMME AIMS Refer ‘Lampiran A’
17 MAPPING OF THE COURSE/MODULE TO THE PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES Refer ‘Lampiran B’
18. Content outline of the course/module and SLT per topic
Topics FACE TO FACE SELF-STUDY TOTAL SLT
Lecture Tutorial SCL Assignment/

SLP /SDL

 Library  search Self-study
Input1: CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

 

2 6 8
Input 2:  RESPIRATORY DISEASES

 

2 6 8
Input 3 : ALIMENTARY TRACT  DISEASES AND PANCREATIC DISEASE

 

2 6 8
Input 4: RENAL AND URINARY TRACT DISEASES 2 6 8
Input 5:  Neurological diseases

 

2 6 8
Input 6: ENDOCRINE DISEASES 2 6 8
Input 7:  RHEUMATOLOGY

 

1 3 4
Input 8:  HAEMATOLOGY

 

1 3 4
Input 9 :   INFECTIOUS DISEASES

 

2 6 8
Input 10: NAQLI AND AQLI IN INTERNAL MEDICINE

 

4 2 2 2 10
Case presentation/ bedside teaching 60 20 32 112
Tutorial / Seminar / Case writeup 8 8 12 2 32   62
Clinic / On Call 98 98
Wardwork / CPC 28 6 2 36
Assessment and preparation 6 12 18
Total 20 8 172 62 10 128 400
19 References 1.   Kumar,  Parveen and Clark, Michael. 2012. Kumar and Clark Clinical Medicine. 8th Edition. Elsevier Saunders.

2.   Talley, Nicholas J and O’Connor, Simon 2013. Clinical Examination. A Systematic Guide to Physical Diagnosis. 7th Edition. Elsevier.

3.   Douglas, Graham, Nicol, Fiona, Robertson,Colin. 2005. Macleod’s Clinical  Examination. 12th Edition. Churchill Livingstone.

4.   Kasper DL, Fauci AS, Longo DL, Braunwald E, Hauser SL, Jameson JL, eds. 2005. Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine. 16th Edition. McGraw-Hill.

5.   Murtagh, John. 2007. John Murtagh’s General Practice. 4th Edition. McGraw Hill.

6. Chew Nee Kong & Lim Kheng Seang. X’press Revision in Short Cases: Aids to Undergraduate Medicine. University of Malaya Press

7. Chew Nee Kong. Making Neurological Diagnosis at the Bedside, A Clinical Guide for Medical Students. University of Malaya Press

8.   http://goals.usim.edu.my/moodle/index.php

20 OTHER ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Proposed Start Date (Semester): Semester 1, 2016/2017

 

Mapping of the course/module to the Programme Learning Outcomes

Topic Contact hours (week) Course  Learning Outcome PLO KI Teaching & Learning Activities Assessment Tasks
I Input1:  Cardiovascular Diseases

Input 2:  Respiratory Diseases

Input 3 : Alimentary Tract  Diseases And Pancreatic Disease

Input 4: Renal And Urinary Tract Diseases

Input 5:  Neurological Diseases

Input 6: . Endocrine Diseases

Input 7:  Rheumatology

Input 8:  Haematology

Input 9:   Infectious Diseases

Input 10: Islamic input, integration of Naqli and Aqli in Internal Medicine

10 weeks 1.     perform history taking and physical examination. (LO4, A4)

2.     formulate provisional and differential diagnoses (C5, CTPS4)

3.     outline the management plans of patients. (LO3)

4.     perform required procedures under supervision.(LO2, P4)

5.     behave in ethical manner with consideration to Islamic values when dealing with patients, colleagues and other health care professionals. (LO5, LO6).

LO4

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

LO2

 

 

LO6

CS

 

 

CTPS4

 

 

CTPS4

 

 

EM

 

 

Ward work

Clinic

Bedside teaching

 

interactive lecture

Clinic

Ward work

Bedside teaching

Seminar

 

Ward work

Clinic

 

Ward round

Clinic

On call

Case presentation

Written examinations

Clinical examinations

 

 

Case write ups

Case presentation

Written examinations

Clinical examinations

 

Case write ups

Case presentation

Written examinations

Clinical examinations

 

Logbook

 

Clinical examination