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  • Course Book Contents 1- Course coordinator and list of teachers on this course 2- Course overview: 3- Course objectives: 4- Course Reading list. 5- Course Contents: 6- Syllabus: 7- Exams: Rules and instructions. 100% 8- Samples of expected questions and their answers. 9- External examiners. 10-Student's feedback.
  • Course coordinator and list of teachers -1 on this course Name of the Course: Dermatology -1 :Lecturer tutor in charge -2 - Dr. Faraedon Kaftan: The coordinator. - Dr. Muhamad Yousif. - Dr. Ali Al-Ethawi. - Dr. Darseem Abdulla. - Dr. Kazhan A. Kadir Department Branch and the college: Medicine, Dermatology, -3 College of Medicine, University of Sulaimani :Contacts -4 .Address: College of Medicine, University of Sulaimani - :E-mail - Dr. Faraedon Kaftan: The coordinator faraedonkaftan@yahoo.com * * Dr. Muhamad Yousif. mohammadjaaf35@yahoo.com * Dr. Ali Al-Ethawi. elethawi67@yahoo.com * Dr. Darseem Abdulla. darseem75@yahoo.com ,Dr. Kazhan A. Kadir. kazhankadir@hotmail.com * ..… :Website Link - .Other participant Lecturers: No other Lecturers -
  • Course Overview -2 - Unlike the small number in previous years now there are five instructors who are teaching the students the common subjects in dermatology to enable students to diagnose and treat skin diseases through theoretical and clinical teaching by showing them data show and patients. View slide
  • Course objectives -3 First: To teach the students the ABC of the special language of the dermatology. Second: To make the students familiar with the common skin diseases and be able to diagnose and treat them. View slide
  • Course Reading list -4 1- Instructors’ data show and handout. 2- Short notes in dermatology. There is no internet access to the instructors’ lectures.
  • 5- Syllabus No. Title of the Subject Lecturer's/Tutor's Name 1 -Anatomy, Organization, Histology, Dr Faraedon Kaftan Functions of human Skin and Diagnosis. 2 -Keratinization Disorders. Dr Faraedon Kaftan 3 -Psoriasis and PR (Pityriasids Rosea). Dr Faraedon Kaftan 4 -Bullous Diseases Dr Faraedon Kaftan 5 - Autoimmune diseases and CT Dr Faraedon Kaftan Diseases. 6 -Dermatitis (Eczema) including Atopy. Dr Muhammad Yousif 7 -Viral Infections. Dr Muhammad Yousif 8 -Disorders of Skin Color. Dr Muhammad Yousif 9 -Myclogy Dr Muhammad Yousif 10 -Bacterial Infections. Dr Muhammad Yousif 11 -Disorders of the Nail. Dr Ali Al-Ethawyi 12 -Disorders of the Hair. Dr Ali Al-Ethawyi 13 -Drugs' Reactions. Dr Ali Al-Ethawyi 14 -Lichen Planus and Lichenoids. Dr Ali Al-Ethawyi 15 -Genetics and Genodermatosis. Dr Ali Al-Ethawyi 16 -Skin tumours and Nevi. Dr Dersim Muhammad Abdulla 17 -Pruritus. Dr Dersim Muhammad Abdulla 18 - Metabolic and Nutritional Disorders. Dr Dersim Muhammad Abdulla 19 -Erythema, Purpura,Urticaria, Dr Dersim Muhammad Abdulla Mastocytosis, EM, SJS and TEN.
  • 20-Disorders of Sebaceous and Sweat Glands. Dr Dersim Muhammad Abdulla 21 -Systemic Diseases and the Skin Dr Kazhan Ali Tofiq 22 -Systemic Diseases and the Skin Dr Kazhan Ali Tofiq 23 -Topical and Systemic Therapies Dr Kazhan Ali Tofiq and General Aspects of treatment 24 -Physical and Laser Therapies. Dr Kazhan Ali Tofiq 25 -General Principles in Dr Kazhan Ali Tofiq Histopathology of the Skin. 26 Occupational Dermatosis and Dr Kazhan Ali Tofiq Mechanical & Thermal injuries. 27 - Clinical dermatology. Dr Dersim Muhammad Abdulla 28 - Clinical dermatology. Dr Ali Al-Ethawyi 29 - Clinical dermatology. Dr Muhammad Yousif 30 - Clinical dermatology. Dr Faraedon Kaftan
  • :The Scientific contents -6 Important messages of the subject are delivered to the student by describing the basic contents that the student should know in order to pass the exams. Main references of the subject: Now the students have no other reading sources.
  • 7- Exams - Advises are given to the students in order to pass the exams successfully. For example: o To read the questions twice o Think carefully before answering o Plan the answer on a separate paper * Total 100% score distributed as below: - Two theoretical exams: Mid-year (20°) and (60°) final. - One clinical exam (20°) at the end of 3 weeks (45 hours) clinical course after seeing patients daily.
  • 8- Samples of the expected questions and their answers Compositional questions: Previously they were included but nowadays questions are only MCQs. Example for Compositional questions Q1. Enumerate the clinical types of Psoriasis and talk about clinical pictures, diagnosis and treatment of one of them. Q2. Classify Icthyosis and write the clinical pictures, diagnosis and treatment of its most common type. MCQs: * Indicate (T) in front of the True statement and (F) in front of the False statement. * A wrong answer cancels a right one in the same question. 1. Based on the thickness of the epidermis, skin can be classified as thick or thin: F A. Thin skin covers palms and soles. T B. Thick skin has sweat glands. T C. Thick skin lacks hair follicles. T D. Thin skin has arrector pili muscles. F E. Thin skin lacks sebaceous glands. 2. The skin melanocytes: F A. Are associated with langerhans cells forming epidermal melanin unit. F B. Are not dendritic. F C. Have desmosomes. F D. Are mostly suprabasal.
  • F E. Originated from bone marrow and contain melanosomes synthesize melanin. 3. The skin langerhans cells: F A. Originated from neural crest. F B. Do not contain tennis racket granules. F C. Are 80 cells/mm2. F D. Are not dendritic. F E. Are basal. 4. Regarding skin Wheal: F A. The borders of a wheal are sharp, stable and can not move from involved to adjacent uninvolved areas over hours. F B. The epidermis is affected. T C. Are pale red or white especially in the center. F D. Wheals are not a common allergic reaction. T E. A wheal may be large coalescing plaques as in the allergic reaction. 5. The skin Papule: T A. Is small solid elevation of skin< 5 mm in diameter. T B. Projects above the plane of the surrounding skin. T C. Flat-topped in lichen planus. T D. Dome shaped in xanthomas. T E. Spicular if related to hair follicles.
  • 9- External Examiner By now there are no external examiners.
  • 10- Student's Feedback on the Course Date: Course: Year: 2009-2010 Lecturer/ Dr. Kazhan Ali Tofiq Evaluation Questions Subject's Subjective Remarks Level 1-5 1 The objectives and key messages of the 5 subject were clear 2 The contents of the subject were useful and 5 were related to the main objectives of the course 3 The coordinator teacher had worked hard to 5 prepare the materials 4 The coordinator teacher had worked hard to 5 cooperate and prepare the course 5 The lecturers were carefully selected and were 5 expert in their fields 6 The coordinator teacher gave a good attention 5 to the students' criticisms and claims 7 Information on the Examination process was 5 well provided 8 The questions of the exams were related to the 5 contents of the course. 9 Total of the levels 40/40 10 There is a potential to ........... promote and develop the course in the following areas:
  • Student’s Feedback on the Course Date: Course: Year: 2009-2010 Lecturer/ Dr. Dersim Muhemed Abdulla Evaluation Questions Subject’s Subjective Remarks Level 1-5 1 The objectives and key messages of the 5 subject were clear 2 The contents of the subject were useful and 5 were related to the main objectives of the course 3 The coordinator teacher had worked hard to 5 prepare the materials 4 The coordinator teacher had worked hard to 5 cooperate and prepare the course 5 The lecturers were carefully selected and were 5 expert in their fields 6 The coordinator teacher gave a good attention 5 to the students’ criticisms and claims 7 Information on the Examination process was 5 well provided 8 The questions of the exams were related to the 5 contents of the course. 9 Total of the levels 40/40 10 There is a potential to ........... promote and develop the course in the following areas:
  • Student’s Feedback on the Course Date: Course: Year: 2009-2010 Lecturer/ Dr. Ali Al-Ethawyi Evaluation Questions Subject’s Subjective Remarks Level 1-5 1 The objectives and key messages of the 5 subject were clear 2 The contents of the subject were useful and 5 were related to the main objectives of the course 3 The coordinator teacher had worked hard to 5 prepare the materials 4 The coordinator teacher had worked hard to 5 cooperate and prepare the course 5 The lecturers were carefully selected and were 5 expert in their fields 6 The coordinator teacher gave a good attention 5 to the students’ criticisms and claims 7 Information on the Examination process was 5 well provided 8 The questions of the exams were related to the 5 contents of the course. 9 Total of the levels 40/40 10 There is a potential to ................. promote and develop the course in the following areas:
  • Student’s Feedback on the Course Date: Course: Year: 2009-2010 Lecturer/ Dr. Muhemed Yousif Evaluation Questions Subject’s Subjective Remarks Level 1-5 1 The objectives and key messages of the 5 subject were clear 2 The contents of the subject were useful and 5 were related to the main objectives of the course 3 The coordinator teacher had worked hard to 5 prepare the materials 4 The coordinator teacher had worked hard to 5 cooperate and prepare the course 5 The lecturers were carefully selected and were 5 expert in their fields 6 The coordinator teacher gave a good attention 5 to the students’ criticisms and claims 7 Information on the Examination process was 5 well provided 8 The questions of the exams were related to the 5 contents of the course. 9 Total of the levels 40/40 10 There is a potential to ................ promote and develop the course in the following areas:
  • Student’s Feedback on the Course Date: Course: Year: 2009-2010 Lecturer/ Dr. Faraedon Kaftan Evaluation Questions Subject’s Subjective Remarks Level 1-5 1 The objectives and key messages of the 5 subject were clear 2 The contents of the subject were useful and 5 were related to the main objectives of the course 3 The coordinator teacher had worked hard to 5 prepare the materials 4 The coordinator teacher had worked hard to 5 cooperate and prepare the course 5 The lecturers were carefully selected and were 5 expert in their fields 6 The coordinator teacher gave a good attention 5 to the students’ criticisms and claims 7 Information on the Examination process was 5 well provided 8 The questions of the exams were related to the 5 contents of the course. 9 Total of the levels 40/40 10 There is a potential to ................. promote and develop the course in the following areas:
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