Key Learning Outcomes

At the end of the programme, learners will be able to;

  1. Describe the normal structure and functions of the organism.
  2. Explain pathogenesis, clinical and diagnostic features of diseases.
  3. Take the patient’s history and perform general-system based physical exam.
  4. Treat patients in emergency situations and transport the patient when needed.
  5. Apply basic medical procedures necessary for diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
  6. Perform preventive medicine and forensic medicine applications.
  7. Gain knowledge about the structure and functioning of the National Health System.
  8. Define legal responsibilities and ethical principles.
  9. Perform first level treatment for common diseases in the community based on scientific data and by using highly effective methods.
  10. Organize and attend to scientific meetings and conduct scientific projects.
  11. Know at least one common foreign language sufficient to keep up with current medical literature and communicate with peers; and use statistics and computer programmes to evaluate scientific studies.