Solving clinical and human biological problems is considered an epitome of knowledge evolution and the ability to think rationally by applying scientific principles and utilizing the various professional and mental skills.
Although the student may be endowed with the problem solving skills required for problem-solving when he joins the college, many of these skills are acquired while following and supervising clinical cases. Then, he refines them by instruction and sound reshaping.
The Bachelor of Medicine students will acquire a certain number of specialized skills and after graduation; they are supposed to prove in dealing with patients their ability to:
1. Understand health problems from a preventive and clinical medicine perspective equally.
2. Obtain information about a patient's health condition by:
· Recording sickness date
· Clinical examination
· Using certain skills and medical equipment
· Reading laboratory reports and measuring the patient's clinical condition.
3. Drawing conclusion from data, presenting them in schematic representations, recording and archiving them.
4. Acknowledging the importance of data and analyzing them, analyzing health problems and classifying them.
5. Following biological, psychological, and sociological procedures in coping with, treating and formulating health problems.
6. Setting and adequate strategy to solve those problems.
There should be an adequate balance between teaching a student facts, theories and known ways of thinking on the one hand, and motivating him/her to think critically and develop what he already knows by problem-solving.
Students after graduation
After graduation, the student will have acquired basic required knowledge to analyze and formulate clinical problems and provide medical care.
The student will master a successful system concerned with understanding, internalizing, and retrieving information in order to:
1. Solve clinical problems and provide medical service.
2. Keeping learning during all his lifetime.
Human qualities necessary for a student to build his professional career, according to his specialty, cannot be ignored. It is important to instill and cultivate these qualities in students. It is notorious that these qualities are affected by models, and hence it is possible to develop and consolidate them.
When graduating, students are expected to have the following qualities:
Caring for others and able to establish a humane relationship with patients.
Ability to establish a personal relationship with his colleagues, medical team, and other people involved in medical care in addition to having a good relationship with people in general.
Understanding team spirit and having the ability to work successfully with other people involved in medical care.
Complying to one's responsibilities as a physician which consist in caring for others' interest.
Flexibility and readiness to accommodate oneself with changing situations.
Self-development by constantly up-to-dating one's skills and knowledge.
Ability to apply scientific principles on critical assessment of medical deontology and decision-making based on proof and evidence.
Respect of social, economic, and governmental aspects related to medical care service.
Displaying truthfulness, honesty, amiability and the will serve others