Bioethics is the philosophical study of the controversies brought about by advances in biology and medicine. On the other hand, medical ethics is primarily a field of applied ethics, the study of moral values and judgments as they apply to medicine. When moral values are in conflict, the result may be an ethical dilemma or crisis. This course is designed to study the ethics with an integrated multi-cultural approach. The course will provide opportunity to acquire practical skills of dealing with daily practice ethical dilemmas. It will also provide experience to develop ethical frameworks which can incorporate different cultures in the cosmopolitan society we live and the era of globalization.
This course covers practical and theoretical aspects of common psychiatric disorders. In the first three week of the programme, there will be tutorials and seminars on different Psychiatric illnesses. There will also be clerking patients sessions (usually in the morning) in Al Ain Hospital Psychiatric ward, where students are required to assess patients in detail followed by presentation of the cases to the assigned tutor. Attendance of the clerking patients sessions will be marked in the student's logbook and they are expected to assess a minimum of 10 patients. In the final week, there will be a clinical examination and a written (MCQ) examination as well as students will be expected to submit one long case and two short cases. This clerkship course will help students recognize commonly encountered mental health problems and be able to know when to manage a problem themselves and when to make a referral.
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