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Contents Student Information... 3 Mission, Vision and Goals... 4 Message from the Dean... 6 Clinical Dean s Foreword... 7 History of the College... 8 Code of Conduct General guidelines Specific
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Contents Student Information... 3 Mission, Vision and Goals... 4 Message from the Dean... 6 Clinical Dean s Foreword... 7 History of the College... 8 Code of Conduct General guidelines Specific guidelines for clinical setting Academic Honesty Guidelines Computer use guidelines Dress code Students rights and responsibilities Rights Students Responsibilities Student Pledge: Policies: Attendance policy: Exit from campus during college hours: Policy for inability to take the Exam: Withdrawal policy Policy for gap year Procedures for review of applications for readmission with Good Standing Student Complaint policy Grievance & Appeals Policy: Disciplinary Policies Policy specific for Clinical phase Student Services DMC Student Manual Student Advising Services: Student Counselling Services Student Career Planning Services Arrangements for Hospital Training Student Union Regulations related to Student publications Facilities Teaching Facilities at the College Campus Learning Management System Student Support Facilities MBBCh Program Teaching Plan Batch 31 and Program overview in the preclinical phase Teaching Program Delivery Student Assesment Rules to be followed in the Examination Hall: Marks Distribution in the pre-clinical phase Teaching Faculty (Preclinical) Program overview in clinical phase Promotion from the preclinical to the clinical phase: The Clinical faculty in the DHA Clinical Teaching Programme Delivery Clinical Assessment and Evaluation a) The Final Examinations Primary Health Care (PHC) b) The Final Summative Examinations Pediatrics & Obstetrics/Gynecology c) Final Examination in Medicine and Surgery: The Library of DHA Hospitals Standards and Behaviour in Hospitals Teaching Faculty (Clinical) DMC Student Manual Student Information DMC Student Manual Mission, Vision and Goals DMC Mission Dubai Medical College (DMC) is committed to providing students with medical education to obtain an accredited degree of Bachelor in Medicine and Surgery in the UAE. The college will achieve its mission by providing a learning environment, both inside and outside the classroom that fosters Islamic values and promotes high levels of student achievement, consistent with the highest standards of academic excellence. DMC Vision To serve our community by nurturing competent and proficient doctors and continue to improve on the learning methods, making DMC one of the leading medical schools in the world. DMC Values The spirit of giving and service excellence is a tradition at DMC. Values embedded in the teaching profession, when combined with the altruism of medical profession, fosters the highest standards of ethics in the campus. Getting trained in an environment where doctors are able to better understand cultural diversity is important. This is why the college emphasizes on course delivery embedded in ethics and values in its students, staff and faculty. The professional oath is a reaffirmation of the values to be followed throughout student and professional life. I do solemnly vow, in the name of Allah, the merciful, compassionate: 1. That I will honor the Profession of Medicine, be just and generous to its members, and help sustain them in their service to humanity. 2. That just as I have learned from those who preceded me, so will I instruct those who follow me in the science and the art of medicine. 3. That I will recognize the limits of my knowledge and pursue lifelong learning to better care for the sick and to prevent illness. 4. That I will seek the counsel of others when they are more expert as to fulfill my obligation to those who are entrusted to my care. 5. That I will not withdraw from my patients in their time of need; 6. That I will lead my life and practice my art with integrity and honor, using my power wisely. DMC Student Manual 7. That whatsoever I shall see or hear of the lives of my patients that is not fitting to be spoken, I will keep in confidence. 8. That I will maintain this sacred trust, holding myself far aloof from wrong, from corrupting, from the tempting of others to vice. 9. That above else I will serve the highest interests of my patients through the practice of my science and my art. 10. That I will be an advocate for patients in need and strive for justice in the care of sick. I now turn my calling, promising to preserve its finest traditions, with the reward of a long experience in the joy of healing. I make this vow freely and upon my honour. Adapted from the Hippocratic Oath Program Goals The program goals of DMC are that graduates should demonstrate competencies in six areas at the level of the general physician who are competent to start the residency program in any specialty. Faculty members support them in their learning as teachers, mentors, and role models with a high degree of commitment. 1. MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE Students should know understand and apply knowledge of the basic biomedical and clinical sciences and demonstrate the skills and attitudes necessary to use this knowledge effectively as a physician. 2. COMMUNICATION SKILLS Students must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of communication and the skills and attitudes that allow effective interaction with patients, families, healthcare workers, and others who affect the health and well-being of patients. 3. PROFESSIONALISM Students must demonstrate a combination of knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors necessary to function as a respected member of the medical profession. They must know the obligations of medical professionals as members of a healthcare team, as members of a healthcare institution, and as leaders in our society in bringing about the common good. 4. CLINICAL SKILLS & PATIENT CARE DMC Student Manual Students should be able to use their knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide patient care. They should demonstrate empathy for a diverse community and provide patient care that is compassionate, appropriate and effective. 5. PRACTICE BASED AND LIFELONG LEARNING Students should demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to be able to start evaluating their method of practice, use appropriate tools of evidence to analyze clinical practice, and understand concepts of quality in healthcare and quality improvement. 6. SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY CONTEXT OF HEALTHCARE Students must demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to function within the larger healthcare system in which they will receive further training and identify resources available to provide high-quality care for their patients. Students should engage in community and social context to promote health, prevent disease and manage illness. Message from the Dean Dubai Medical College for Girls was the first private college awarding a degree in medicine & surgery in the UAE. Thanks to the foresight of Haj Saeed Lootah, the college was established on Islamic principles to offer the girls in the UAE an opportunity to study medicine inside the UAE and avoid the troubles and risks of travelling abroad. Girls in the UAE were offered the chance to serve their country in the medical field and they grasped this opportunity. Being the only accredited private medical college in the UAE puts a lot of responsibility on our shoulders. Our college offered, and continues to offer a distinguished Islamic environment, modern medical educational programs and state-of-the-art facilities. Our teaching programs have continuously been evaluated and readjusted according to the recent advances in the medical education. Our sustenance and encouragement comes from the constant support given to the Dubai Medical College for Girls by Haj Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Lootah, Chairman of the Board of trustees. Dubai Medical College is adopting a system of self-learning activity, which represents the core of all recent educational philosophies. Integrated teaching programs were implemented for the pre-clinical phase. This ensures a comprehensive understanding of the subjects of this phase and prepares the students for the clinical phase. DMC Student Manual Student activities have been given greater support under the Islamic principle of sorority which encourage establishing relations of sisterhood among the students. The student s union has been activated to include scientific, cultural, and social and sports activities. We welcome all aspiring girls to join our college to breathe under an Islamic environment and benefit from our distinguished educational programs. Clinical Dean s Foreword Prof. Mohamed Galal El Din Ahmed Dean, Dubai Medical College for Girls Dubai Medical College is proud that Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has been its primary partner to offer clinical training during the students clinical training years. The DHA and Dubai Medical College s agreement to join forces has produced a medical course of the highest international standards, as testified by the high esteem in which our graduates are held worldwide. During the clinical phase, medical Students are divided into small groups of 4-5 students in order to enhance the learning process and ensure they get hands on experience. Teaching is organized so that students receive teaching in the various inpatient and outpatient facilities of all hospitals of DHA as well as the various primary care centers and some of the specialty centers in DHA. Many prominent clinicians from DHA are adjunct faculty members at Dubai Medical College (currently over 200 Staff members). There are also didactic teaching sessions that take place both in the hospitals as well as at the medical education clinical faculty building. Other aspects of unique training that the students receive during the clinical years include simulation; this is carried out at the state of the art simulation lab located in Dubai Health Care City DMC Student Manual (DHCC). Students in the clinical phase are also exposed to clinical research activities early in their training. All students are required to involve in research activities under supervision before they graduate. We are committed to providing a global high standard clinical curriculum that takes into consideration our local health issues. We continue to welcome all students who are motivated and enthusiastic about making a career in the noble profession of medicine. Prof. Dima Abdelmannan FACP, FRCP Clinical Dean, Dubai Medical College History of the College More than 30 years ago, establishing a world-renowned medical education institution for girls in the UAE would seem like an impossible dream. Yet, on August 1, 1986, our founder Haj Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Lootah accomplished that very goal and classes began at Dubai Medical College (DMC) with Professor Dr. Zahira H. Abdin as the founding dean. His visionary dream had become a reality. The first class of students graduated in May During these formative years, the College received substantial professional support and advice from the Leicester Medical School in the United Kingdom and the Cairo Medical School in Egypt. This international contribution combined with the faculty s extensive experience led to the creation of an intensive curriculum that would incorporate the best of the world s medical practices. Since its inception, DMC has been fortunate in receiving help from the government of Dubai s Department of Health and Medical Services under its former Director H.E. Dr. Juma Khalfan Balhoul. The department s hospitals opened their doors and welcomed DMC students for clinical training. Our continued drive for excellence demands seamless integration between clinical and pre-clinical phases. In 2004, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed by DHA and DMC to secure this process. What we now know, as an outstanding educational institution is a product of the cooperative solidarity of a group of people who put their heart and soul in it. Nearly two decades of academic distinction have made DMC a truly dynamic centre of higher education par excellence. DMC Student Manual With over 1000 graduates practicing medicine across the world and a campus that includes professors and students from over 30 different countries, DMC has earned a reputation as one of the best centres for medical education and a beacon of academic excellence. IMPORTANT MILESTONES 1986 The first DMC students begin classes H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance and Industry, Government of UAE, formally inaugurates the College DMC signs two agreements of scientific co-operation one with the University of Leicester, United Kingdom and one with the Cairo University of Egypt Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai & UAE Minister of Defence, graces the first DMC graduation ceremony An evaluation team from Michigan State University, U.S.A., is sent to asses DMC by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of UAE. The team approves of DMC and recommends that the College be granted accreditation The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of UAE grants licensure to DMC s Degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBCh) The General Medical Council of Great Britain grants recognition to the MBBS degree awarded by DMC DMC receives accreditation by the Ministry for Higher Education and Scientific Research with the recommendation of Michigan State University s evaluating team The World Health Organization lists DMC in the March 2000 (7th) edition of the World Directory of Medical Schools as a recognized and accredited medical school A Memorandum of Understanding is signed between the DHA and DMC for the integration of DMC The Sheikh Hamdan Award for distinguished contribution to medical science is awarded to Haj Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Lootah, for founding Dubai Medical College First Medical Education Symposium is conducted by DMC. DMC Student Manual 2006 DMC wins the Dubai Quality Appreciation Program (DQAP) DMC signs agreement with AIIMS, New Delhi for summer training program 2009 DMC makes UAE the first country to join the FAIMER network 2010 DMC wins the DEWA award 2011 Silver jubilee celebrations are graced by H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, Vice President of UAE and Ruler of Dubai 2011 DMC wins World Education Asia award 2011 Haj Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Lootah wins Head of State Merit Award from H.H. Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE on 40th National Day of UAE, for his role played in building the nation DMC participates in the WHO EMRO regional consultation for framing regional standards for medical education 2011 Dubai Medical College wins World Education Congress Asia award - Best Educational Institute in Healthcare 2012 DMC wins the Dubai Quality Award (DQA) in recognition of its drive for excellence and it s the first Higher Education Institute to be awarded for its quality standards Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoom Business Award 2011 (MRM) - Best Performance in Service Category 2016 Haj Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Lootah wins as the Educational Personality of the Year from Khalifa Award for Education. Code of Conduct General guidelines As part of their Islamic Identity the students as well as lady doctors are expected to adhere to and demonstrate the following code of behaviour: 1. Keenness to perform acts of worship at proper intervals preferably as a congregation. 2. Pursuit of knowledge and fruitful work, without waiting for thanks from others, under the firm belief that Allah alone grants, gives reckons and rewards. DMC Student Manual 3. Adhering to Islamic dress and avoiding ostentation. 4. Doing one s duty under the conviction that Allah is overseeing all our actions. 5. Realizing the value of time and observing punctuality in attending classes, laboratories, etc. 6. Exercising extreme devotion and patience in studies as well as in work. 7. Being honest to oneself as well as to others. 8. Making positive contribution to academic discussions and extending cooperation to colleagues in all situations and circumstances. 9. Maintaining tidiness of place and encouraging others to practise it. 10. Respect the dignity of others. 11. Practicing soul-searching in all of one s doings and at all times with a view to correcting the mistakes, if necessary. 12. Observing humility and avoiding false pride. Specific guidelines for clinical setting The medical profession is a noble one where a doctor is expected to treat a suffering patient. It requires a great amount of dedication and sacrifice on the part of the person who aspires to accept this career. The students of DMCG need to understand that during the course of study, due to the inherent nature of the field of health care, students may have to change some practices for the sake of the patients. 1. All students are expected to show integrity of character, honesty and dedication to their profession in all actions and words. 2. Their dress and conduct should be formal and reflect professionalism during their contact with patients in order to gain respect from patients and society. 3. Though students are strongly advised to follow the Islamic dress code, face covering is not permissible in hospital premises, such as wards and operating theatres, where students and doctors come in contact with patients. The rights of the patients, among others, include identification of the doctor or medical student, who wishes to communicate with them. The use of facial expressions of compassion, care and confidence will help to build trust in the patients being cared for. It constitutes an essential part of the communication skill (as part of DMC Student Manual the non-verbal aspect of communication) that is employed in gaining information from patients and in imparting advice and instructions to them. 4. Students must understand that the patient is central to the medical profession and his rights must always be upheld. In particular, permission needs to be obtained from a patient every time that there is a student / patient encounter and this needs to be carried out in a specified manner. The student should state her name, her position, the reason for seeking information or examining the patient and must wait to obtain the permission before she proceeds with the examination. Should the patient refuse to give permission for any reason, then the student must accept the decision and not proceed any further. 5. All students have to learn about diagnosis and management of both male and female patients during their education and internship. Medical care cannot be restricted to female patients during the period of study and it may necessitate students to examine male patients as part of their clinical examination and treatment. 6. The students may sometimes have to expose their hands or forearms as part of the sterilization process required for performing procedures under sterile precautions. 7. The students are expected to keep all information that she may have access to during professional contact with the patient, confidential. 8. The students have to be prepared to abide by the rules of the hospitals and cooperate with the faculty and other staff in upholding the reputation of the institution. Academic Honesty Guidelines Students attending Dubai Medical College are awarded academic degrees in recognition of successful completion of course work in the study of medicine. Each individual is expected to earn her degree on the basis of personal effort. Consequently, any form of cheating on examinations or plagiarism on assigned papers constitutes unacceptable deceit and dishonesty. Disruption of the classroom or teaching environment is also unacceptable. This cannot be tolerated in the college community and will be punishable, according to the seriousness of the offense, in conformity with established rules and procedures. 1. Plagiarism - Plagiarism is defined as literary theft and consists of the unattributed quotation of the exact words of a published text, or the unattributed borrowing of original ideas by paraphrase from a publish
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