Medic 11


Courses offered :

  • MD (Medicine)
  • BSc Nursing
  • IMRCS (Edinburgh)

In conjunction with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, the department of surgery also  delivered the Intercollegiate Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (IMRCS) part 3 examination commencing from this year 2010 and hopes to continue on a yearly basis.


A. PHASE 1 (Undergraduate Year 1 and Year 2)

  • Student should know the basic sciences which come directly in contact with the related surgical conditions.
  • These basic sciences include the anatomical facts , the function , biochemical and physiology of this part.
  • Students also should know the basic and special pathological conditions can affect this part.
  • Types of bacteria that can affect that organ or alter its function.
  • Students also need to know the basic pharmacological agents that can help to maintain the optimum function and integrity of the organ, or treat any infection affects it.

B. PHASE 2 (Undergraduate Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5)

  • Having a student which is going to be a good physician  who is able to interact with the patient, take a history, examine and give a proper diagnosis
  • A physician who is able to employ the diagnostic facilities to diagnose  the exact problem of the patient
  • A physician who is able to put a plan of management options that suite the patients and the facilities available.
  • A physician who is able to perform minor surgical procedures and share in the moderate and other major procedures.
  • A physician who is able to continue post-graduate studies to the master and PhD or other international qualifications to reach to the highest level of surgical  knowledge and performance

B.1. PHASE 2 (Undergraduate Year 3)

  • To have a student who is able to communicate with the patient take a good informative  history of the disease, examine the patient and put the diagnosis and the differential diagnosis and explore the diagnostic facilities to come out with the proper diagnosis.

B.2. PHASE 2 (Undergraduate Year 4)

  • To have a student who is able to conduct a clinical assessment of a traumatized  patient or a patient with any surgical emergency
  • How to do a rapid and integrated actions to such types of patients to diagnose and manage their emergency problems.
  • Surgical emergencies need to develop the surgical clinical sense to be able to give a rapid decision in emergency situations
  • Follow up of surgical patients is far more important than initial management in majority of emergency cases.

B.3. PHASE 2 (Undergraduate Year 5)

  •  To have a student which is mature enough to diagnose the surgical problem, put the plan of management, and share in this management.

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