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This booklet is meant to act as a guide both to students and staff. It helps to tell what has been covered and what has not. It is a guide to the staff on what to teach and to the student on what to learn
The clerkship period is meant to be a consolidation and re-organization phase to your knowledge acquired in the previous courses. It is also a reinforcement of various competences and skills learnt in handling patients
Objectives are set into problems, conditions, and statements. Problems are usually the common presenting complaints of patients when first seen
The student is expected to develop the discipline, the attitude and competences necessary to collect data, formulate alternative hypothesis and reach a likely working diagnosis and outline management of these problems
This division is by no means concrete or absolute. It is liable to change. But it is a guide to the student about the improtance and signficance of the different conditons and situations which he will meet on graduation. It does not mean that conditions not appearing in these levels s hould be completely ignored there is no limit to what the student can learn
Some of the objectives appearing in the clerkship would have been covered in previous courses; their appearance here does not mean that these will be taught again. The student will be referred to the respective course
Internal medicine is an enormously wide subject, with multiple disciplines and subspecialties that keep endlessly expanding day by day and there is nobody who pretends to have knowledge about it all. So it is clearly an impossible task trying to cover the whole subject in an undergraduate courses no matter for how long such a course run. yet still a rational medical school curriculum should address itself to the task of enhancing the acquisition "by the student" of basic knowledge essential skills, and appropriate attitudes necessary to put the student's feet on the first steps of a never lasting journey of continuous learning and training which will cover a whole life career
The clerkship in medicine is the final phase of the undergraduate training in the subject covered in the faculty curriculum. It address mainly the task of rearrangement and adding greater depth to the knowledge acquired in previous courses. You will tackle the patient problems as a "Whole Being" rather than a diseased organ of system. Furthermore important this is the phase where you should master the bed side skills of physical examination eliciting signs, requesting relevant investigations, formulation and conduction and follow up of a logical management strategy
The secret of clinical efficiency and wisdom in medicine lies in giving the patients good attention and enough time, listening to them thoroughly and thoughtfully, examining them systematically and meticulously, going back and doing all this process again and again. You will learn by your own study, by participating in clinical rounds, tutorial, seminars but above all by informal discussions with your peers, the house staff, nurses and by observing senior people at work
Finally we would like you to read this booklet thoughtfully, keep it as guide for study and don't hesitate to approach your tutor for further discussions and clarification, we wish you a fruitful and enjoyable course



المحتويات


Specific objectives and Contents
* Medical emergencies
The following emergencies should be discussed clearly and the students are expected to diagnose them and outline their management
1 Severe Malaria
2 Meningitis
3 Diabetic ketoacidosis
4 Hypoglycaemic coma
5 Acute myocardial infarction
6 Cardiac arrhythmias
7 Hypertensive encephalopathy
8 Left ventricular failure
9 Congestive cardiac failure
10 Cardiac arrest
11 Acute chest infections
12 Pulmonary embolism
13 Pneumothorax
14 Status asthmaticus
15 Cerebrovascular accidents
16 Status epilepticus
17 Acute diarrohea and vomiting
18 Gastrointestinal Bleeding
19 Hepatic coma
20 Acute Renal failure
21 Acute poisoning
22 Shock
23 Coma
24 Blood transfusion

GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS
Problems
1. Abdominal pain
2. Nusea and vomiting
3. Heartburn and dyspepsia
4. Dysphagia
5. Upper GI bleeding
6. Lower GI bleeding
7. Diarrhoea
8. Constipation

Level I
25 Anatomy and physiology of gut
26 Dysphagia
27 Hiatus hernia
28 Peptic ulcer
29 Gastrointestinal bleeding
30 Carcinoma of stomach
31 Carcinoma of esophagus
32 Peritonitis
33 Intestinal obstruction
34 Intestinal parasites
35 Intestinal bilharzia
36 Malabsorption
37 Irritable bowel
38 Jaundice (virus A and B)
39 Portal hypertension
40 Liver failure
41 Tumors of the liver
42 Acute pancreatitis
43 Gall stones
44 Acute cholecystitis
45 Acute appendicitis
46 Dysentry
47 Amoebic hepatitis
48 Drug Induced jaundice

Level II
49 Stomatitis
50 Disorders of the tongue
51 Achalasia of the oesphagus
52 Chronic pancreatitis
53 Primary biliary cirrhosis
54 Carcinoma of the pancreas
55 Zollinger Ellison syndrome
56 Crohn's disease
57 Ulcerative colitis
58 Carcinoid tumors
59 Diverticular disease
60 Wilson's disease
61 Large bowel tumors

HAEMATOLOGICAL DISORDERS
Level I
62 Iron deficiency anaemia
63 Megaloblastic anaemia
64 Haemolytic anaemia
65 Acute myeloid leukaemia
66 Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia
67 Chronic lymphotic leukaemia
68 Chronic myeloid leukaemia
69 Hodgkins lymphoma
70 Hypersplenism
71 Agranulocytosis
72 Haemorrhagic disorders
73 Incompatible blood transfusion
74 Polycythaemia
Level II
75 Myeloftbrosis
76 Infectious monouclosis
77 Non-Hodgkins lymphomas
78 Myelomatosis
79 Aplastic anaemia
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
Problems
- Chest pain
- Dyspnoea
- Palpitations
- High blood pressure
- Cyanosis

Level I
80 Anatomy and physiology of cardiopulmonary system
81 Normal ECG, identify atrial fibrillation acute myocardial infarction
82 Pathophysiology of heart failure
83 Heart failure (cogestive and left heart failure)
84 Drugs used in heart failure
85 Acute Rheumatic fever
86 Mitral valve disease
87 Aortic valve disease
88 Infective endocarditis
89 Hypertension
90 Drugs used in hypertension
91 Ischaemic heart disease
92 Cardiac arrest
93 Pericardial effusion & cardiac tamponade

Level II
94 Pulmoanry embolism
95 Deep vein thrombosis
96 ECG atrial flutter
ventricular ectopics
ventricular tachycardia
ventricular fibrillation
heart block
97 Myocarditis
98 Cardiomyopathy
99 Diseases of the blood vessels
100 Ventricular septal defect
101 Coarctation of the aorta
102 Atrial septal defect
103 Fallots tetralogy
104 Patent ductus arteriosus
RENAL DISORDERS
Problems
- Haematuria
- Frequency - urgency - burning micturition
- Polyuria
- Anuria
- Generalised oedema
- Renal colic
- Renal mass

Level I
105 Anatomy and physiology of urinary system
106 Pathophysiology of both acute and chronic renal failure
107 Acute glomerulonephritis
108 Acute pyelonephritis
109 Nephrotic syndrome
110 Obstructive nephropathy
111 Renal calculi
112 Acute renal failure
113 Chronic renal failure
114 Renal tumors
115 Chronic glomerulonephritis
116 Chronic pyelonephritis

Level II
117 Renal vein thrombosis
118 Drug induced renal diseases
119 Congenital abnormalities

DISEASES OF CONNECTIVE TISSUES, JOINTS AND BONES

Level I
120 Rheumatoid arthritis
121 Pyogenic arthritis
122 Tuberculous arthritis
123 Systemic lupus erythmatosis
124 Gout
125 Osteoarthrosis
126 Pott's disease

Level II
127 Reiter`s disease
128 Dermatomyositis
129 Scleroderma
130 Polyarteritis nodosa
131 Polymyalgia rheumatica
132 Pagets disease

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
Problems
- Hemiplegia
- Paraplegia
- Headache
- Coma
- Convulsions
- Attacks of loss of consciousness
- Tingling and numbness

Anatomy of physiology: the student should able to describe and identify the different structures of the nervous system and outline their functions (course 418)

Level I
133 Cerebral malaria
134 Poliomyelitis
135 Meningitis
136 Tuberculosis
137 Syphilis
138 Rabies
139 Pott`s disese of the spine
140 Compression of the spinal cord
141 Motor neurone disease
142 Peripheral neuropathy
143 Gullian Barre syndrome
144 Epilepsy
145 Parkinsonism
146 Migraine
147 Cerebrovascular accidents (CVA)

Level II
148 Encephalitis
149 Trypanosomiasis
150 Cervical spondylosis
151 Subacute combined degeneration of the cord
152 Dementia
153 Muscular dystrophies
154 Chorea
155 Primary and secondary tumor of CNS
156 Syringomyelia
157 Multiple sclerosis
158 Hereditary ataxias
159 Cerebellar disease
160 Wernicke's encephalopathy
161 Korsakoff psychosis

ENDOCRINE DISORDERS
Problems
- Polyuria
- Thyroid swelling

Level I
162 Outline the structure and function of the following endocrine glands
* hypothalamus
* Thyroid
* Pituitary
* Parathyroids
* Adernals
163 Ovaries
164 Pancreas
165 Glagantism
166 Acromegally
167 Diabetes mellitus
168 Diabetes inspidus
169 Hyperthyroidism
170 Hypothyroidism
171 Goitre
172 Cushing syndrome
173 Addison's dsease

Level II
174 Conn's syndrome
175 Congenital adrenal hyperlasia
176 Phaechromocytoma
177 Pituitary dwarfism and infantalism
178 Hypopituitaism and sheeham's syndrome
179 Hyperparathyroidism
180 Hypoparathyroidism
181 Endocrine manifestation of tumors

TROPICAL MEDICINE AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Problems
- Pyrexia or unknown origin
- Diarrhoea
- Hepatosplenomegaly

Level I
182 Malaria (protozoal diseases)
183 Amoehiasis
184 Giardiasis
185 Leishmaniasis
186 Trypansomiasis

Baterial and spirochaetal Diseases
187 Streptococcal infections
188 Staphylococcal infections
189 Typhoid & paratyphoid fevers
190 Food-poisoning (bacterial)bacillary dysentry
191 Bacillary dysentry
192 Leprosy
193 Cholera
194 Tetanus
195 Brucellosis
196 Meningococcal infections
197 Syphilis
198 Gonorrnoea
199 Relapsing fever
200 Tuberculosis

Viral Diseases
1 Rabies
2 Yellow fever
3 Mumps
4 Small pox
5 Chicken pox
6 Herpes zoster
7 Hepatitis A
8 Hepatitis B

Helminths
1 Trematodes schistosoma

Cestodes
1 Teaniae saginata
2 Hydatid disease

Nematodes
1 Thread worms
2 Ascaris
3 Ankylostoma
4 Strongloides
5 Trichuris

Filariasis
1 W.Bancrofti (elephantiasis)
2 Onchocercaisis infections
3 Loa loa
4 Dracontiasis
1 Scorpion bite
2 Snake bite

Level II
1 Leptospirosis
2 Anthrax
3 Plaque
4 Yawas
5 Granuloma venerium
6 Lassa fever
7 EBOLA virus Haemorrhagic fever
8 MARBURG virus Haemorrhagic fever
9 Chlamydia and trachoma
10 Psittacesisis
11 Ornithosis
12 Lymphgranuzoma inguinale
13 Mycoplasma
14 Mycoplasma
15 Q fever
16 Cystocercosis
17 Trichnella spiralis
18 Viseral larva migrans

RESPIRATORY DISEASES
Problems
- Dyspnoea
- Chronic cough
- Haemoptysis
- Chest pain
- Wheezing
- Cyanosis

Student should be able to describe surface anatomy of the chest, the surface marks of respiratory organs, the trachea and the pleura and outline their functions

Level I
1 Pulmonary tuberculosis
2 Pneumonia and lung abcess
3 Common cold
4 Influenza
5 Acute Bronchitis
6 Acute pleurisy
7 Pleural effusion
8 Laryngeal obstruction
9 Pneumo thorax
10 Bronchial asthma
11 Bronchiactasis
12 Bagassosis
13 Byssinosis
14 Ca. lung
15 Hazards of smoking
16 Empyema
17 Rhinitis
18 Hay fever

Level II
19 Pulmonary eosinophilia
20 Allergic alveolitis
21 Interstitial lung diseases
e.g. fibrosing alveolitis
sarcoidosis - farmer lung
22 Chronic bronchitis
23 Emphysema
24 Pneumoconiosis
25 Pleural tumors

NUTRITIONAL FACTORS IN DISEASE
Problems
- Obesity

Level I
1 Vit A deficiency
2 Vit D deficiency
3 Vit C deficiency
4 Thiamine deficiency
5 Folic acid deficiency
6 Niacin deficiency

Level II
1 Vit K deficiency
2 Vit E deficiency
.3 Riboflavin deficiency
4 Pyridoxine deficiency
5 Biotin deficiency
6 Cobalamins deficiency

THERAPEUTICS
The student should be able to discuss the relevant pharmacology, indications, route (and sometimes dose, side effects and contra-indications in relation to following diseases and groups of drugs
1 Chemotherapy bacterial infections
1 Antibiotics
2 Chemotherapeutic agents
2 Anti-protozoal agents used in treatment of
1 Malaria
2 Amoebiasis
3 Leishmaniasis
3 Analgesics and Antispasmodics
4 Anti-Helminthics used in treatment of
1 Schistosomiasis
2 Tapeworms
3 Round worms
4 Filariasis
5 Steroids therapy
6 Drugs used in heart disease (II)
7 Diuretics
8 Drugs in treatment of bronchial asthma
9 Anti-hypertensive drugs
10 Anti-convulsants
11
1 Insulin
2 Oral hpoglycaemic agents
12 Drugs used in gastro intestinal disorders
1 Peptic ulcer
2 Diarrhoea
3 Constipation
13 Haematinics
14 Cough suppressants
15 Anti-coagulants
Antipletelets
Thrombolytis
16 antituberculous
17 l.V. fluids
17 Anti-rheumatics
18 Anti-parkinsonian drugs
19 Psychotropic drugs

Level II
1 l.V. Alimentation
2 Pancreatic replacement
3 Cytotoxic and immunosuppressants

Practical procedures
During the clerkship the students should do the following practical procedures
Level I
1 Side laboratory test
a. Blood film, preparation, staining & examination
b. Haemoglobin estimation (statistic method)
c. Urine testing for
- Albumin
- Sugar & acetone
- Bile
- Deposit for RBC & pus cells & ova of S. haematobium
d. Stool examination for
- Bilharzial ova
- Amoebiasis
- Pus cells
- RBCs
2 Intravenous infusions
3 Rectal examination
4 Urinary catheterisation
5 Lumbar puncture
6 Abdominal paracentesis

Level II
7 Pleural aspiration
8 Nasogastric intubation
9 Bone marrow aspirationn
10 Electrocardiographic recording
11 Gastric lavagecentesis
12 Proctoscopic examination

Dermatology and STD
Problems:
- Pruritis
- Maculo-papular rash
- Vesiculo-papular rash
- Urethral discharge

Conditions

Level I
1 Primary skin lesions
(macule, patch, papule, plaque etc)
2 Secondary skin lesion
(crust, ulcer, erosion etc)
3 Eczema
4 Urticaria
5 Impetigo contaguosa
a) superficial
b) deep
6 Tinea Capitis
7 Tinea corporis
8 Tinea versicolor
9 Tinea pedis
10 Candidiasis
11 Herpes simplex
12 Herpes zoster
13 Molluscum contaguosum
14 Scabies
15 Pediculosis
16 Leishmanias
17 Psoriasis
18 Lichen planus
19 Acne vulgaris
20 Leprosy
21 Basal cell carcinoma
22 Malignant melanoma
23 Syphilis
24 Gonorrhoea and trichomoniasis
25 Chancroid
26 Heat rash (Millaria rubra)
27 Discold lupus erythematosus

Level II
1 Dermatitis - contact etc
2 Exfoliative dermatitis
3 Erysidelars
4 Anthrax
5 Lupus vulgari
s 6 Warts
7 Pityriasis rosea
8 Pityriasis rubrapilaris
9 Pemphiqus
10 Pemphigoid
11 D.H.D.
12 Seborrhoea and seb dandruff
13 Rosacea
14 Nueui Cysts, Fibromas and Haemanglomas
15 Spinalioma
16 Skin symptoms of internal maligancy
17 Pigmentary distrubances of skin
18 Disturbances of sweat production
19 Disturbances of nail growth
20 Skin signs of metabolic disorders
21 Lumphogranuloma venerium
22 Lumphogranuloma inguinalis
23 Common dermatologic therapeutics

OUTLINE OF THE WORK
To fulfil these objectives the student will be attached to a medical firm and should attend the following
1 Outpatient department
2 Night calls
3 Referred medical outpatient
4 Medical wards
5 Health Centres



المنسقون


Dr. Mustafa Ibrahim
Dr. Ahmed Ali


المطلوبات



الأهداف


Objectives have been divided into two levels
Level I
it includes
a) The common problem in each system
b) All conditions which are serious or preventable, which the student is expected to discuss, diagnose and manage
Level II
includes conditions which are less common and less serious compared with Level I

General Objectives
The principle objective of this medical clerkship is to deliver basic medical knowledge to the students and enable him to acquire the essential clinical skills that will help him in his future career. At the end of this clerkship he should be able to
1 Develop basic clinical and bed side skills
2 Order relevant investigations
3 Apply practical, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures
4 Identify and solve medical problems by gathering information and formulating a diagnosis
5 Take the first steps required for adequate management and follow up
6 Manage common medical emergencies
7 Deliver primary health care identify and outline the important steps in prevention



طرق التدريس


1 Outpatient and Night Calls
(Emergency and admission)
The work here is going to be during the day as well as nights. Each two students will be working with a houseman or medical officer. The Emphasis here is on
a) Conducting a quick complete history and physical examination
b) identify cases which will need admission, Emergency,or outpatient treatment- and design a plan for them
c) caring for urgent medical problems in the wards with the help of medical officer and house physician on duty

2 Referred Clinics
The clinics are intended for follow up of discharged patients and management of new referred cases. The student will have the opportunity to follow his discharged patients and learn more about the natural history of diseases. Each student is expected
(a) Attend all referred clinics for his firm
(b) Follow up of his previous discharged patients
(c) manage chronic disease e.g. Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension, Congestive cardiac
failure etc.
(d) clerk new referred patients and discuss them with the consultants

3 Inpatient
Each student will be assigned 4 - 5 patients for whom he will share the responsibilities with the houseman and medical officers. He is expected to
a) Take a full history and conduct a good clinical examination, writing that in special sheets
b) Request the investigations and take the relevant samples and follow the investigation in the laboratory when necesssary
c) discuss the plan for treatment with the doctor in charge follow the outlined treatment
d) apply and practise the necessary diagnostic, therapeutic practical procedures e.g. lumber puncture
e) follow up the progress of his patients
(f) attend ward rounds with the senior colleagues and present cases in the consultants rounds
(g) help and discuss patients problems with the Nursing Staff
(h) help in teaching the other junior students
(i) write a discharge cards and summaries for his patients for follow up in the referred outpatient

4 Health Centres
Health centres are intended to deliver primary health care to the majority of the population close to their residence. The student will have the opportunity to meet new cases from various disciplines and sort them out. Each student should:
a) Attend these centres weekly or once every two weeks
b) See patients and give the primary health care needed with the help of the medical officer, health visitor, midwife, medical assistant and laboratory assistant
c) Develop good relationship with the personnel in these centres
d) Be able to refer patients to the right department when needed
e) Provide health educatio
5 Tutorials
6 Lectures
7 Seminars
8 Clinical meetings
9 Clinical rounds
10 Practicals, bed side test and procedures
11 Reading assignments



المصادر


1 Human Resources
Specialists in general medicine, medical sub-specialties, and dermatology
2 Physical Resources
I Lecture rooms
II Hospitals
IIIAudio-visual aid



وسائل التقويم


1 Continuous Evaluation: Attendance and performance(10%)
(a) Ward work (tutors report)
* attendance and availability in the wards
* ability to
- take a full history and identify the problems
- conduct full physical examination and inrterpret signs
- order relevant investigations
- outline management including primary health care measures
- do follow up
- keep orderly records
- write short discharge summary
* Reading assignment and discussion
* Hand in medical records of 6 cases
* Referred O.P.D. (tutors report)
* attendance
- ability to
- check new cases
- follow up old cases
- ability to assess patients as short cases
- write short summary on referral cards
(c) Night call (report by consultant on call)
- attendance
2 MCQs (40 questions) &Single best answer ---20%
3 Essays (2 long and 4 short answers) ---15%
4 OSCE ---15%
5 Clinical exam (PACES) --- 40%



المراجع



الجدول الزمني

Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim History & physical examination of GIT 11:00 – 9:30
Dr. Ahmed AwadElkarim
Electro cardiograph (ECG)
2:00 – 12:00
Dr. Ahmed Ali
History & physical examination of respiratory system

Monday:23/1/2017
8:00 – 9:30
Dr. Mustafa Ibrahim History & physical examination of CVS 12:00 – 10:30
Dr. Nasr EldeenYousif Ischemic heart disease (1) Tuesday:24/1/2017 8:00 – 9:30
Dr. Nasr EldeenYousif Ischemic heart disease (2) 11:30 – 10:00
Dr. HashimEltom
History & physical examination of CNS
1:30 – 12:00
Dr. Nasr EldeenYousif Systemic Hypertension (1) Thursday:26/1/2017 8:00 – 9:30
Dr. Nasr EldeenYousif Systemic Hypertension (2) 11:30 – 10:00
Clinical round Sunday: 29/1/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dr. Sara Abdelmoniem Iron metabolism & IDA Monday: 30/1/2017 8:00 – 11:00

Clinical round

Tuesday: 31/1/2017
8:00 – 11:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:1/2/2017
Dr. Hussein Zydan Thyroid gland disorders Thursday: 2/2/2017 8:00 – 10:00
Clinical round Sunday:5/2/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatology Chest Group (5,6,7,8) Group (1,2,3,4) Monday: 6/2/2017 8:00 – 10:30

Clinical rounds

Tuesday:7/2/2017
8:00 – 11:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:8/2/2017
Dr. Mustafa Ibrahim Arrhythmias (2) Thursday:9/2/2017 8:00 – 9:30
Clinical rounds Sunday:12/2/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatology Chest Group (1,2,3,4) Group (5,6,7,8,9) Monday: 13/2/2017 8:00 – 11:00

Clinical round

Tuesday:14/2/2017
8:00 – 11:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:15/2/2017
Prof. Osman Khalafallah Viral Hepatitis Thursday: 16/2/2017 8:00 – 9:30
Clinical rounds Sunday: 19/2/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatology Chest Group (5,6,7,8,9) Group (1,2,3,4) Monday: 20/2/2017 8:00 – 10:30
Clinical rounds Tuesday: 21/2/2017 8:00 – 9:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:22/2/2017
Dr. Elwaleed Abdelgabar Acute kidney injury Thursday: 23/2/2017 8:00 – 10:00
Clinical rounds Sunday: 26/2/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatologist Chest Group (1,2,3,4,) Group (5,6,7,8,9) Monday: 27/2/2017 8:00 – 11:00

Clinical rounds

Tuesday: 28/2/2017
8:00 – 11:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:1/3/2017
Coordinators Mid Term Exam Thursday:2/3/2017 8:00 – 12:00
Clinical rounds Sunday: 5/3/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatologist Chest Group (5,6,7,8,9) Group (1,2,3,4) Monday: 6/3/2017 8:00 – 10:30

Clinical rounds

Tuesday: 7/3/2017
8:00 – 9:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:8/3/2017
Dr. Ahmed Ali Diabetes Mellitus (1) Thursday: 9/3/2017 8:00 – 9:30
Clinical rounds Sunday:12/3/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatology Chest Group (1,2,3,4,) Group (5,6,7,8,9) Monday: 13/3/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Clinical rounds Tuesday: 14/3/2017 8:00 – 11:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:15/3/2017
Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim+ Dr. Salah Elamin Seminar Tuberculosis Thursday: 16/3/2017 8:00 – 9:30
Clinical rounds Sunday: 19/3/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatologist Chest Group (5,6,7,8,9) Group (1,2,3,4) Monday: 20/3/2017 8:00 – 11:00

Clinical rounds

Tuesday: 21/3/2017
8:00 – 11:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:22/3/2017
Dr. Ahmed Ali Adrenal Gland Disorders Thursday:23/3/2017 8:00 – 9:30
Clinical rounds Sunday: 26/3/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatologist Chest Group (1,2,3,4,) Group (5,6,7,8,9) Monday: 27/3/2017 8:00 – 11:00

Clinical rounds

Tuesday: 28/3/2017
8:00 – 11:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:29/3/2017
Dr. Ahmed Awad Elkarim Cardiomyopathy Thursday: 30/3/2017 8:00 – 9:30
Clinical rounds Sunday: 2/4/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatologist Chest Group (5,6,7,8,9) Group (1,2,3,4) Monday: 3/4/2017 8:00 – 11:00

Clinical rounds

Tuesday: 4/4/2017
8:00 – 11:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday: 5/4/2017
Dr. Abdalla Abdalkareem Anticoagulants Thursday: 6/4/2017 8:00 – 9:30
Clinical rounds Sunday: 9/4/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatologist Chest Group (1,2,3,4,) Group (5,6,7,8,9) Monday: 10/4/2017 8:00 – 11:00

Clinical rounds

Tuesday:11/4/2017
8:00 – 11:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:12/4/2017
Clinical rounds Sunday: 16/4/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Dermatologist Chest Group (5,6,7,8,9) Group (1,2,3,4) Monday: 17/4/2017 8:00 – 11:00
Clinical rounds Tuesday: 18/4/2017 8:00 – 11:00

LONGITUDINAL

Wednesday:19/4/2017
REVISION Thursday: 20/4/2017 10:30 – 1:00
REVISION Sunday: 23/4/2017
REVISION Monday: 24/4/2017

REVISION

Tuesday:25/4/2017

REVISION

Wednesday:26/4/2017
REVISION Thursday:27/4/2017
Coordinators MCQS Essays Sunday:30/4/2017
Coordinators OSCE Monday: 1/5/2017
Coordinators CLINICAL EXAM Tuesday: 2/5/2017
Coordinators
CLINICAL EXAM

Wednesday: 3/5/2017
Coordinators CLINICAL EXAM Thursday: 4/5/2017

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