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MDMP5426: Basic and Clinical Sciences 8

Involves student attachments to the main medical and surgical ward services and associated ambulatory clinics in the teaching hospitals in the various clinical schools. Students will also have some experience in sub-specialty disciplines, such as Ear Nose and Throat and Ophthalmology. About half of each student's week will be spent directly involved in the clinical activities of the service to which they are attached. A progressive increase in clinical responsibility is expected over the total 32 weeks of these attachments.

Code MDMP5426
Academic unit Northern Clinical School
Credit points 4
Prerequisites:
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MDMP5111 and MDMP5112 and MDMP5113 and MDMP5114 and MDMP5122 and MDMP5123 and MDMP5124 and MDMP5125 and MDMP5126 and MDMP5211 and MDMP5212 and MDMP5213 and MDMP5214 and MDMP5221 and MDMP5222 and MDMP5223 and MDMP5224 and MDMP5225 and MDMP5316
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Understanding of the therapeutic nature of the patient-doctor relationship and the impact on that relationship of the individual characteristics of both patient and doctor.
  • LO2. Understanding of the structure and function of most body systems (e.g., musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory).
  • LO3. Apply an understanding of normal and abnormal human structure, function and behaviour to the diagnosis, management, and prevention of health problems.
  • LO4. Ability to use the best available evidence on outcomes to prevent or cure disease, relieve symptoms, or minimise disability and analyse clinical data and published work to determine their validity and generality.
  • LO5. Participation in the generation, interpretation, application, and dissemination of significant advances in medical knowledge whilst recognising the limits of scientific knowledge and understanding.

Unit outlines

Unit outlines will be available 1 week before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.