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Fifth year medical students Obstetrics and Gynaecology Course

Course Arabicname

Course Credithours

9

Course Description

 

I.GENERAL OBJECTIVES:

By the end of this course, students are expected to:

1.     Describe common obstetrics and gynaecology diseases                                      

2.     Take proper obstetrics and gynaecology clinical history, conduct proper physical examination, and detect physical signs of obstetrics and gynaecology illnesses               

3.     Generate a problem list or differential diagnosis for common obstetrics and gynaecology problems                

4.     Investigate common obstetrics and gynaecology problems in a rationale way                 

5.     Build up proper relations with colleagues, patients, staff members, nurses, and technicians working in the hospital                                       

 

 

II. METHODS OF INSTRUCTIONS:

 

- Bed- side teaching sessions

- Seminars

- Lectures

- Clinical skill lab

 

 

III. EVALUATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS:

 - In- course evaluation = 20%

- Final Clinical Exam    = 40%

- Final Written Exam    = 40%

 

IV. RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS:

 

-         Obstetrics by Ten Teachers

-         Gynaecology by Ten Teachers

-         Essentials in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

        

V. CONTENT OF THE COURSE:

A. Lectures: 

 

1.     Ectopic pregnancy  

2.     D. M & pregnancy 

3.     Infertility Management

4.     Rh- Isoimmunization

5.     Antenatal care

6.     Dysfunctional uterine bleeding

7.     Uterine Fibroids

8.     Menopause & HRT

9.     Miscarriage

10.  Genital prolapse

11. Antepartum hemorrhage

12.  Pelvic inflammatory disease

13. Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy

14. Endometriosis

15. Anemia in Pregnancy

16. Preterm labour &PROM

17. Multiple Pregnancy

18. Amenorrhea

19. Endometrial cancer

20. Ovarian tumors

21. Gestational trophoblastic disease

22.  Pre-invasive and invasive diseases of the Cervix


 B.  Seminars:

 

1.     Normal Labour and Mechanism of Labour

2.     Puerperium

3.     Assessment of Fetal Growth Pattern

4.     Mal- presentations

5.     Analgesia and Anesthesia in Obstetrics

6.     Family Planning and Contraception

7.     Postpartum hemorrhage

8.     Coagulation Disorders in   Pregnancy

9.     Drugs in Pregnancy

10. Medical Disorders in Pregnancy

11. Vaginal discharge& STD

12. Prolonged Pregnancy& Induction of Labour

 

 C. Bed side Teaching:

 This is a 3-hour hospital based daily sessions for a small group of students (about 10 students), supervised by a staff member, where the students acquire the following skills:

-         Taking appropriate history by taking history from patient

-         Conducting proper physical examination for patients with various common obstetrics and gynaecology problems

-         The students are expected to generate a problem list or differential diagnosis for common obstetrics and gynaecology and neonatal problems and know how to reach a diagnosis by rationale utilization of laboratory and imaging facilities.

 

 D. Clinical skill Lab

 

This is one session per rotation for each group of students. The students are expected to practice obstetric examination on models and have demonstration for the mechanism of labour.

 

Course Linenumber

1

Course Name

Fifth year medical students Obstetrics and Gynaecology Course

Course Syllabus

http://www.just.edu.jo/CoursesAndLabs/Fifth year medical students Obstetrics and Gynaecology Course_Med 510/M 510.doc
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