Outcomes of MBBS

1. The Goal of RMDC MBBS Program

RMDC is committed to provide learning opportunities enabling medical students to acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to health care in the context of the community. The five-year curriculum has been designed to achieve the following goals:

1) To provide a comprehensive medical education leading to MBBS degree

2) To prepare students achieve competencies in Medical knowledge, Clinical skills, Patient care, Effective communication skills & Professionalism.

4) To develop a compassionate, analytical and ethical approach in the delivery of health care to the community.


2. MBBS Program Outcomes

a. Knowledge

Upon completion of the program, the students will be able to:

1) Recognize and explain the scientific, including molecular basis of normal health and disease conditions affecting the human body.

2) Integrate the basic sciences knowledge to the clinical context in the diagnosis and management of diseases of the human systems.

3) Analyze the human psychosocial behavior in relation to health disorders in clinical decision making.

4) Understand the strategies for lifelong learning and apply the same to make professional decisions.
b. Skills
Upon completion of the program, the students will be able to:
1) Elicit accurate and focused medical histories of patients and perform relevant, comprehensive physical examination.

2) Evaluate the use of laboratory tests and imaging studies and interpret the results to arrive at clinical decision making.

3) Perform the common medical and surgical techniques in clinical settings including the ‘basic life support’.

4) Formulate and implement plans for the prevention and treatment of diseases and refer patients to experts, if needed.
Aspects of Competence
Autonomy and Responsibility
The students will be able to:

1) Display the attributes of sincerity, honesty and integrity while dealing with patients, community and medical profession.

2) Analyze the scientific basis of the modalities available and apply them in clinical decision making process in patient care.

3) Educate and motivate the patient to promote healthy habits for wellness and prevention of disorders.
Role in Context
The students will be able to:

1) Communicate effectively and compassionately with the patients, colleagues and paramedical staff involved in health care management.

2) Demonstrate professionalism and high ethical standards in all aspects of medical practice.

3) Organize a healthcare team and take responsibility for the team performance in healthcare settings.
The students will be able to:

1) Exhibit a capacity for self-evaluation and motivation for lifelong learning in medical practice

2) Remain updated with advancements of medical sciences and apply new knowledge and skills in the patient care.

c. Attitudes and Behaviors
The Students shall be able to:

1) Demonstrate professionalism and high ethical standards in all aspects of medical practice, specifically competence, honesty, integrity, compassion, respect for others, professional responsibility and social responsibility

2) Demonstrate the ability to communicate compassionately and effectively, both verbally and in writing, with patients, their families, colleagues and others with whom physicians must exchange information in carrying out their responsibilities.

3) Exhibit appropriate value for the sensitive nature of the doctor/patient relationship and the importance of compassionate communication and active listening, with attention to the patient’s familial, cultural, and spiritual circumstances.

4). Exhibit a capacity for self-evaluation, and ethical reasoning to form the basis for a self-directed, lifelong engagement in the responsible, committed, compassionate practice of medicine.

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