The MBBS Curriculum Lead, Dr Maidha Jadoon, is responsible for the following:
The curriculum is a sophisticated blend of educational strategies, course content, learning outcomes, educational experiences, assessment, the educational environment and the individual student’s learning style, personal timetable and programme of work. The Learning Objectives of the Curriculum are provided by the Curriculum Committee KMU through a Representative of WM&DC. On the basis of these Los, we design our learning and teaching activities that include, Lectures, SGDs, Skills Lab, SDL, PBLs, and Clinical exposure of students. The students are assessed through formative and summative assessments, in which 20% weightage is given to internal exams., and 80% weightage is for professional exams conducted by the university.
The Curriculum of MBBS is designed to produce competent, compassionate, and efficient health professionals. Following the standards of PMC, we try to accomplish the “SEVEN STAR DOCTOR” after the completion of the 5-year Degree; expected generic competencies in a medical graduate are as follows:
Competent medical graduates require sound clinical skills grounded in knowledge of patient-centred care.
A medical graduate should be able to:
Differentiate between normal and abnormal structure and functions of the body, molecular, cellular, biochemical, and physiological and pathophysiological mechanisms and processes that maintain and derange homeostasis in health and disease.
Relate the effects and interactions of physical, emotional, and social environments to the health and disease of humans.
Apply Evidence-based medicine concepts to provide the best possible cost-effective care.
Ensure compliance with the legal system, Patient safety guidelines.
The ability to critically evaluate existing knowledge, technology, and information, and to be able to reflect on it, is necessary for solving problems.
Competent medical graduates require professional values, attitudes and behaviors that embody good medical practice that is life-long learning, altruism, empathy, cultural and religious sensitivity, honesty, accountability, probity, ethics, communication skills, and working in teams.
The medical graduates are expected to demonstrate constructive criticism, a spirit of inquiry, creativity, and a research-oriented attitude.
The medical graduates are expected to demonstrate exemplary conduct and leadership potential,
a. Advancing healthcare.
b. Enhancing medical education.
c. Initiating, participating in and adapting to change, using scientific evidence and approaches.
d. Enhancing the trust of the public in the medical and dental profession by being exceptional role models at work and also when away.
e. Accepting leadership roles if required.
f. Providing leadership in issues concerning society
Medical Education & Research,
Planning and Development of Medical Curriculum for MBBS students
Dr Maidha Jadoon is accomplishing M.H.P.E. Programme from Khyber Medical University Peshawar.
C.H.P.E. from the University of Lahore,
M.H.P.E from Khyber Medical University.
Academic System Strengthening, Working and accomplishing standard setups by regulatory bodies of Pakistan, Member of Disciplinary Committee WM&DC, Lead of MBBS Curriculum WM&DC, Student management, 4 years of experience in Various Departments including Orthodontics, Physiology and Medical Education, Worked with Various Government Camps.