Medicine IV & Surgery III

SMED 602- MEDICINE IV AND SURGERY III (9 Cr)

This This 8 weeks module introduces students to their own responsibility for self-learning. The module provides them with different opportunities to encounter patients in different clinical settings. They function as sub-interns responsible under supervision for their patients. Students are attached to a range of clinical settings allowing them to work continuously in the clinical environment and to consolidate their basic and clinical science knowledge. Faculty members and clinicians are the main contributors in this course. Students are allowed to discuss issues related to medical and surgical clinical problems.

Prerequisites:FAMI 501 Family Medicine, INTM 504- Medicine 2, NEPS 502- Neurology & Psychiatry, SURG 503- SURGERY 2