College of Medicine
The MBBS program shall strive to provide adequate opportunities to observe, perform and practice basic clinical/professional skills competently with an understanding of the basic sciences within the health care delivery system. The MBBS program offered by the Gulf Medical University, Ajman has 3 clearly defined goals. A total of 45 objectives have been derived from these goals. The learning outcomes of the proposed organ system-based, integrated curriculum have been listed for each module in the curriculum and are in turn closely aligned to the program objective.
At the end of the MBBS program the graduate should be able to: acquire and understand scientific principles of medical knowledge at the molecular, cellular, organ, whole body and environmental levels of health and disease. He/She should be able to apply the current understanding and recent advances in contemporary basic sciences to promote health problems of individuals (at different stages of life), families and communities.
He/ She should develop basic clinical skills (interpretive, manipulative and procedural) such as the ability to obtain a patient’s history, to undertake a comprehensive physical and mental state examination and interpret the findings and to demonstrate competence in the performance of a limited number of basic technical procedures.
He/ She should develop an attitude and practice personal and professional values necessary for the achievement of high standards of medical practice. This should enable him to carry out independently the responsibilities of a physician and to develop further knowledge and skills in order to adapt to the changes in the practice of medicine throughout his professional career.