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  • 1 DERMATOLOGY &VENEREOLOGY DEPT,ZU,EGYPT THE(DERMATOLOGY&VENEREOOLLOGY) DOCTORATE MD PROGRAMME [Programme & Courses :Code DV] A K AL_GARF 1/31/2012Details programe including learning objectives,courses,assessment methods &teaching tools andprospective outcomes
  • 2 D&V MD ProgrammZAGAZIG UNIVERSITY, FACULTY of MEDICINE.Dermatology &Venereolog DeptPostgraduate Programme Specifications A-Basic Informmation • Programmme Title: Dermatology &Venereology Medical Doctorate Programme Specifications • Programme Code: DV • Programme type: double: Dermatology&Venereology &Pathology Dept • Department(s) offering the programme:Dermatology &Venereology Dept and Pathology Dept. • Chairman Professor Ahmed K. Al-Garf(MD Dermatology&Venereology) • Coordinator(s): Prof Hend Darweish,Prof I.AL_Ghareb & Prof M.YOUSRY Abdel_MAWLA • Coordinator Assistants: • INTERNAL Evaluator :Prof Zienab Tosson ,MD • External Evaluator:Prof…Mostafa M.K.Eyada,MD,Suez Canal University,EGYPT……………………. • Last date of programme specification approval:January 2012 B-Professional Information1- Aim of the programmme: The goal of this program inDermatology& Venereology is to prepare all roundspecialist/consultant who has achieved the competency in the fieldof Dermatology, HIV Medicine& Cosmetology, who can practiceat different levels of health care delivery system. The candidatemust be highly qualified in Dermatology & Venereology diseases,keeping with objective of the National Health Policy. Thecandidate shall be abreast with the recent advances anddevelopment in the specialty of Dermatology, Venereology &andrology. Candidates should be oriented to the principles ofresearch methodology and epidemiology and must aquire highskills in self education and to do excellent research work.2-Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)A_ Knowledge and understanding(KU)By the end of the programme the candidate should be able to: KU-1 . Identify a rational basis for present dermatological ,venerology&andrologist specialist-consultant practice, KU-2 Assimilate the advances in knowledge which will occur over their
  • 3 D&V MD Programm working life. KUA-3. Describe a rational basis for the prevention, diagnosis, and the management of Dermatologic,Andrologic & Venereologic diseases. KU-4 . State the normal structure function and development of the human skin, the interactions between the skin, the body and the mind, and the factors that may disturb these. KU 5 . Define a detailed knowledge of the aetiology,molecular biology, pathology, symptoms and signs, natural history and prognosis of dermatological,Venereologic and androgenic disorders in children, adolescents, adults and the aged. KU-6 Describe different Diagnostic procedures w i t h their indications and limitations KU-7 . Describe how to have a good management of dermatological ,venereologic and androgology disorders . KU--8 . Mention Plans for, disease prevention..B-_ I n t e l l e c t u a l skills(IS) IS_1 . Take a tactful, accurate, organized and problem focused medical history. IS--2 . Interpret the history and physical examination findings to arrive at an appropriate diagnosis and differential diagnosis. IS-3 . Solve general medical problems in dermatology patients and IS--4- Initiate proper investigations and management of these problems. IS--5Analyze researches and issues related to Dermatology,Venereology andAndrology. IS--6. Assess risk in professional practices in the field of Dermatology, C-_Professsional & Practical Skills (PS): PS-1 Manage general medical problems and medical emergencies in a dermatology setting. PS-2 Perform an accurate dermatological and a complete physical examination PS-3 Perform interventional procedures mentioned in the curriculum for the diagnosis and management of dermatological problems. PS-4. Evaluate medical evidence in a critical and scientific manner and
  • 4 D&V MD Programm to use information sources to pursue independent inquiry. PS-5 . Initiate, conduct & complete a research project.D--General & transferable skills(GS) : GS -1 Communication knowledge, opinion and health education to colleagues, paramedical staff, and the public in oral and written form GS-2 . Achieve optimal patient care. GS -3 . Treat the patient as a whole without confining care only to the dermatological problems and to ease patient sufferings.GS-4. Work effectively in a team with other health care professionals. GS-5 . Maintain standards of medical practice at the highest possible level throughout a professional career.GS- 6. Collect information via network and e-learning3-ACADEMIC STANDARDS:3-1-National Bench Mark:Generic standards of postgraduate programmes prepared by National Authority of Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education (NAQAAE).‫د‬ ‫وا‬ ‫ن دة ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا أ‬ ‫ا ا را ت ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬(2009) ‫ا‬3-2:External References (Benchmarks) UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL OF CLINICAL MEDICINEPROGRAMME SPECIFICATION: MB/PhD Programme(2003)
  • ‫5‬ ‫‪D&V MD Programm‬‬‫‪Matrix Comparison of ILOs of Dermatology &Venereology ,ZU to NAQAAE‬‬ ‫‪Generic Academic standards of MD‬‬ ‫‪Comparable ILOs in‬‬ ‫‪Remarks‬‬ ‫.)‪programme(NAQAAE‬‬ ‫‪the MD in‬‬ ‫& ‪Dermatology‬‬ ‫) ا‬ ‫ا را ت ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫‪Venereology,ZU‬‬ ‫ا آ راة(‬ ‫وا‬ ‫1- ا‬ ‫‪100 % is fulfilled‬‬ ‫ل‬ ‫رف‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ت وا‬ ‫تو ا‬ ‫01‪ KU1 to KU‬أ- ا‬ ‫ت ذات ا‬ ‫وآ ا ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ر‬ ‫وا‬ ‫ب- ا‬‫دئ ا‬ ‫.‬ ‫لا‬ ‫ر تا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫دة‬ ‫تا‬ ‫ت- دئ و أ‬ ‫.‬ ‫لا‬ ‫وأدوا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫تا‬ ‫توأ‬ ‫ث- أ‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ر‬ ‫ر‬ ‫رف ا‬ ‫ج- ا‬ ‫و‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ق‬ ‫و‬ ‫ا رات ا ه‬ ‫‪100% is fulfilled‬‬ ‫لا‬ ‫ت‬ ‫ا‬ ‫و‬ ‫21‪ IS1- IS‬أ-‬ ‫.‬ ‫ط‬ ‫وا‬ ‫وا س‬ ‫ت‬ ‫ا‬ ‫دا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا آ ا‬ ‫ب-‬ ‫ا‬ ‫.‬ ‫ا آ ا‬ ‫ا رف ا‬ ‫ت- ا‬ ‫ا رف.‬ ‫إ‬ ‫ث- ا اء درا‬ ‫ل‬ ‫تا‬ ‫ا ر‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ج-‬ ‫.‬ ‫ا‬ ‫.‬ ‫لا‬ ‫ا داء‬ ‫ح- ا‬ ‫.‬ ‫ت‬ ‫خ- أ ذ ا ارات ا‬ ‫أوراق‬ ‫د-‬ ‫ر وا اع.‬ ‫ذ- ا‬ ‫وا د .‬ ‫ا اه‬ ‫ر- ا ار وا ش ا‬ ‫ا رات ا‬ ‫‪100% is fulfilled‬‬ ‫ل‬ ‫وا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫6‪ PS1 to PS‬أ -ا ن ا رات ا‬ ‫.‬ ‫ا‬ ‫.‬ ‫ا ر ا‬ ‫ب -آ و‬ ‫ل‬ ‫دوات ا‬ ‫ا ق وا‬ ‫و‬ ‫ت-‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ر‬ ‫ما‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ام ا‬ ‫ج-إ‬ ‫.‬ ‫ا‬ ‫داء‬ ‫و‬ ‫ا‬ ‫را ر‬ ‫ح- ا‬ ‫.‬ ‫ا‬ ‫وا‬ ‫ا رات ا‬ ‫‪100% is fulfilled‬‬ ‫ا ل ا ا‬ ‫21‪ GS1 to GS‬أ -ا ا‬ ‫ر‬ ‫ما‬ ‫ت‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ام‬ ‫ب -ا‬ ‫.‬ ‫ا‬
  • ‫6‬ ‫‪D&V MD Programm‬‬ ‫ا ا وا‬ ‫ت -ا‬ ‫ل‬ ‫در ا‬ ‫ام ا‬ ‫ث -ا‬ ‫ت وا رف.‬ ‫ا‬ ‫داءه .‬ ‫و‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ج-‬ ‫ت‬ ‫و دة ق‬ ‫ح -ا‬ ‫.‬ ‫ءة.‬ ‫وا‬ ‫خ -إدارة ا ءات ا‬ ‫.‬ ‫ا ا وا‬ ‫د -ا‬
  • 7 D&V MD Programm Matrix Comparison of ILOs of Dermatology &Venereology ,ZU to external reference External Reference ILOs in External Comparable ILOs in Percentage Reference ZU Faculty Programme % UNIVERSITY OF Knowledge Knowledge 62.5% CAMBRIDGE &Understanding: &Understanding: SCHOOL OF 1 through 8 KU1-5 CLINICAL MEDICINE PROGRAMME Intellectual Skills Intellectual Skills 60% SPECIFICATION: 1 through 5 IS1,2&3 MB/PhD Programme(2003) Professional&Practical Professional&Practical 83.3% Skills Skills 1 through 6 PS1-5 General & Transferable General & Transferable 66% Skills Skills 1-3 GS1, 2, 4- Curriculum structure and contents 4-a- Programme duration: …3 Academic Years … 4-b- Programme structure: (i) Number of hours per week:06 Lectures .Practical/Clinical 12 hours No. of total hours per week: 18 hours LECTURES PRACTICAL – TOTAL : hours per Hours per week CLINICAL:hours per week week 6 12 18 (ii)No. of hours of basic sciences courses: none (iii)No. of hours of courses of social sciences and humanities:none A- No. of hours of other courses:none 5. Programme courses 1st 6 months following admission to progromme): . Computer &Medical Statistics*****Code No. Units Title No of hours No of weeks Theoretical Practical total & seminars 1 How to locate the 3 1 4
  • 8 D&V MD Programm proper source for health and medical 2 information 2 How to decode URLs 2 and identify file types 2 1 3 3 How to formulate an 2 effective search statements 3 2 5 4 How to evaluate the 2 internet information 3 2 5 5 Citing internet 2 documents and avoiding plagiarism 3 2 5 6 Web 2.0 and social / 2 collaborative internet tools 3 2 5 7 Using of Internet tools 4 in Evidence-Based Medicine 3 2 5 8 Health on the net code 2 of ethics 2 2 9 Using of Free online 2 Journal Databases 2 2 4 10 Scope , uses, 2 application of Pub-Med Medline database 3 2 5 11 Medical Wiki, Blogs, 2 groups, multimedia, and Health 2.0 tools 3 2 5 1 Introduction to 2 1 1 2 medical statistics 2 Types of research 4 2 2 2 methodology 3 Population 2 1 1 1 sampling 4 Types of data, 4 2 2 1 presentation 5 Summarization of 4 2 2 1 data 6 Normal distribution 1 1 1 curveStatistics 7 Tests of significance 4 2 2 2 8 Types of errors, bias 1 1 1 9 Correlation, 2 1 1 1 regression Total 54 29 83 36 ****Given by Community &Puplic Health Dept,Zagazig Faculty of Medicine
  • 9 D&V MD Programm A-Level/ 1ST Part one academic year from 1st of October through end of June :36 weeks)Code NO Course Title No of LECTURES Lab– Programm Units Hours Per Clinical ILOs week Hours covered by Per week NoDV1 Dermatopathology** 19 3 6 KU 1-8 IS1-5 PS1-5 GS1-6DV2 Mycology 3 1 2 KU 1-8 IS1-5 PS 1-5 GS1-6 ** Offered by Pathology Dept.,zagazig Faculty of Medicine:See relevant course specifications B- Level 2nd Part ( 2 -academic year_ program :18 months :72weeks) Code Course Title No. of No of hours per Program ILOs No. units week covered by Lect. Lab No. Clinical. DV3 Dermatology 25 3 KU 1-8 6 IS1-5 PS1-5 GS1-6 DV4 Sexual Transmitted 9 1 2 KU 1-8 Diseases(STDs)&Venereology IS 1-5 PS 1-5 GS1-6 DV5 Andrology 11 2 4 KU 1-8 IS1-5 PS 1-5 GS1-6 C-Thesis (CodeDV6): research work is to be done and presented to be evaluated by a committee of evaluators and completed mostly by the end of the 3th academic year. IV-E-: – Research Methodology Preamble ; The purpose of this module is to enable the trainee to obtain a practical knowledge of conducting a research project. This will include the ability to develop an area of interest, to search for and analyse the background on the subject and to undertake a literature search, to define the aims and objectives of the study, to decide on a study design, to identify the study sample, sampling methods, sample size and to decide on methods of data collection and handling and analysis. It will be necessary to learn to consider ethical issues. The ability to utilize this information to prepare a research protocol will be necessary. The construction of a timetable for the research, it’s conduction and completion are necessary skills to acquire. Writing and presentation skills of the research are additional benefits from this module. On completion of the
  • 10 D&V MD Programmstudy the resulting paper should be presented to and approved by acommittee appointed by the Dermatology&Venereology Dept.Teaching Staff in the DV programmeCourse Lectures Practical &ClinicalDermatology Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.A.AlGarf Prof.M.Amer Ass.Prof A.Nowfal Prof.Z.Tosson Ass.Prof E.Nowfal Prof.A.Soliman Ass.Prof.Ola Aasar Prof A.G.Sleem Lecturer.M.Soliman Prof N.Diab Lecturer A.Amer Prof A.Salem Lecturer M.H.Khater Prof. H.Darweeish Prof .I.Ghareeb Prof .Y.Abdel-Mawla Prof.M.Harras Prof.F.Farag Prof.M.Metwally Prof.A.Ghanm Prof..A.Saadawi Prof. E.Attwa Prof .S.Mokadm Prof.E.Makhzangy Prof.M.El-SydSTDs &Venereology Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.A.AlGarf Prof.M.Amer Prof .I.Ghareeb Prof.A.Soliman Prof.M.Metwally Prof A.G.Sleem Ass.Prof A.Nowfal Prof A.Salem Lecturer.M.Soliman Prof .I.Ghareeb Lecturer A.Amer Prof .Y.Abdel-Mawla Lecturer M.H.Khater Prof.M.Metwally Prof..A.SaadawiAndrology Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.A.AlGarf Prof.M.Amer Prof .I.Ghareeb Prof.A.Soliman Prof.M.Metwally Prof A.G.Sleem Ass.Prof A.Nowfal Prof A.Salem Lecturer.M.Soliman Prof .I.Ghareeb Lecturer A.Amer Prof .Y.Abdel-Mawla Lecturer M.H.Khater Prof.M.Metwally Prof..A.SaadawiDermatopathology Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.M.Assaf(pathologist) Prof.M.Assaf(pathologistMycology Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.M.Harras Prof.M.Harras Prof.F.Farag Prof.F.FaragRadiology&Lasers Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof A.Salem Prof A.Salem Prof. H.Darweeish Prof. H.Darweeish
  • 11 D&V MD Programm Prof.M.Metwally Prof.M.Metwally Prof..A.Saadawi Prof..A.Saadawi Prof .S.Mokadm Prof .S.MokadmDermatologic Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.A..AL_GARFProceures&Cosmotology Prof N.Diab Prof N.Diab Prof A.Salem Prof A.Salem Prof. H.Darweeish Prof. H.Darweeish Prof.M.Harras Prof.M.Harras Prof.F.Farag Prof.F.Farag Prof.M.Metwally Prof.M.Metwally E.Attwa E.Attwa6- Programme admission requirementsCandidates must have obtained a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery appreciated(good), at least, and Master in specialization or a related material estimate (good), atleast from one of the Arab Republic of Egypt or an equivalent degree from anotherScientific institute recognized by the Zagazig University.(Refer to Zagazig Faculty ofMedicine By- Laws).7- Regulations for progression and programme completion A-six month-Course :Within the first 6 momnths from date of registeration forMD degree,candidates must study medical statistics and computer science subjectsin order to perform an appropriate application of statisticalparametric tests and to use of computers for data storage,statistical analysis,scientific research,data presentations and powerpoint applications in seminars ,lectures &conferences. Upon completion of this 6-month –course,candidates should sitto a written exam in the two subjects,medical statistics & computerscience, (2 hours each) held in April &September .7-A-1st level/1st Part MDPassing by 60% of marks in each written,oral exams in each subjects7-B-2nd level/2nd Part MDPassing by 60% of marks in each written,oral exams in each subjects## For each part (1st&2nd) passing the relevant written exams with 60% is essentialto enter clinical,laboratory and oral examinations.7-C-THESIS: acceptance b y REFEREES at a public session.8-EVALUATION For Programme :Evaluator Tool Sample1-Students at final year Questionair ِ ppendix#1 A2-Graduates Questionair ِ ppendix#2 A3-External Evaluator 8- A- EVALUATION TOOLS: 1. Procedure Log
  • 12 D&V MD ProgrammAll candidates are required to maintain a record of their procedures performed in theclinical setting. 2. 360 Degree Evaluation Tool:. This tool assesses candidates competencies in patient care, interpersonal andcommunication skills, professionalism, practice-based learning and improvement, andsystems-based practice. Randomly selected evaluators will include staff members ofDermatology Dept. 3. Periodic in-training evaluation of candidates should be carried out to ensure that they are making satisfactory progress. Both formal examinations and performance ratings by the dept. can beutilized and the candidate should be personally appraised of his or herstrengths and weaknesses at appropriate intervals. Exam. Date1 Medical Statistics(2hours) &Computer April& September Sciences(2hours) Written Exam2 1st Part MD Exam: April&September A- 3 –hour- written exam in mycology,dermatohistopathology &radiology B- Oral&practical exam in mycology,dermatohistopathology&radiol ogy nd3 2 Part MD Exam: May&November A- Written Exam:- • Two succesive written exams in dermatology (3 hours each) • A case commentary exam ( on e&half hour) in which candidate describes a medical case,methods of diagnosis,differential diagnosis &therapy. • Two successive exams(3 hours each) in STDs &Andrology B-Oral & Clinical Exam • Oral&Clinical exam in Dermatology • Oral&Clinical exam in STDs &AndrologyVI-D) FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS:Formative assessments will be held within the course progessionin form of MCQs ,short written exams and practical clinical exams.EXAMINATION DESCRIPTION:Examination Description Marks
  • 13 D&V MD Programm st st1 paper 1 question 30 ndDermatology 2 question 30 rd 3 question formed of 2 portions 40 nd st2 paper 1 question 30 ndDermatology 2 question 30 rd 3 question formed of 2 portions 40 rd3 paper a commentary case for description,investiagation tools to reach diagnosis 100dermatology ,differential diagnosis & therapyOral Exam in 100DermatologyClinical Exam in Short & long clinical cases for history taking,general medical exam&Dermatology dermatologic exam,,invstigative tools suggestions,diagnosis,differential 100 diagnosis &management plan st st1 paper STDs 1 question 30 nd 2 question 30 rd 3 question formed of 2 portions 40 nd2 paper Andrology st 1 question 30 nd 2 question 30 rdOral Exam 3 question formed of 2 portions 40STDs&Andrology 100Clinical Exam(STds& Andrology) clinical cases for history taking,general medical exam& local genial exam,,invstigative tools suggestions,diagnosis,differential diagnosis 100 &management planTOTAL 900 MarksVII. LEARNING AND REFERENCE MATERIALS:VII-A) BASIC MATERIALS: • 2- Essential Books: Rooks Textbook of Dermatology(2010), 8th Edition, 4 Volume Set By Tony Burns, Stephen Breathnach, Neil Cox, Christopher Griffiths Levers Histopathology of the Skin, David E Elder (Author), Rosalie Elenitsas (Editor), Bernett L Johnson (Editor),George F Murphy (Editor), Xiaowei Xu (Editor Publisher: -Number Of Pages: 4362 Publication Date: 2010-04-26 • Laboratory Diagnosis of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, E V Dyck, A Z Meheus, P Piot, (1999) World Health Organisation.VII-B) SUGGESTED MATERIALS:
  • 14 D&V MD Programm Browsing web :: www.Zu.edu.eg, Entrez pubmed, Science direct,Springer.authorstream.com,www.eulc.edu.eg-Medical journals:J AMERICAN ACAD DERMATOL.J INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOL &Int J.DermatolVII_C. EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES-1-Text Books • Rooks Textbook of Dermatology(2010), 8th Edition, 4 Volume Set By Tony Burns, Stephen Breathnach, Neil Cox, Christopher Griffiths Publisher: -Number Of Pages: 4362 Publication Date: 2010-04-26 • Atopic Dermatitis : The Epidemiology, Causes and Prevention of Atopic Eczem a by Hywel C. Ed. Williams, Publisher: Cambridge University Press ,Year Published: 2000 • Skin Disease : Diagnosis and Treatment by Thomas P. Habif, James I. Campbell and Shane Chapman, Publisher: C.V. Mosby Co. Year Published: 2005 • Fitzpatricks Dermatology in General Medicine (2 Volumes) , Klaus Wolff, Lowell Goldsmith, Stephen Katz, Barbara Gilchrest, Amy Paller, David Leffell, Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 7th edition (October 17, 2007) • Dermatology, by Jean L. Bolognia, Joseph L. Jorizzo, Ronald P. RapiniTextbook, Pub. Date: April 2003 ,Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences • Levers Histopathology of the Skin, David E Elder (Author), Rosalie Elenitsas (Editor), Bernett L Johnson (Editor),George F Murphy (Editor), Xiaowei Xu (Editor-2-JOURNALS • J.American Academy of Dermatology • International J. of Dermatology • British J. of Dermatology • Clinics in Dermatology • J.Investigative Dermatology • European J.Dermatology • Andrologia • International J.of Andrology • J . of Sexual Medicine V-3-Web Sites • www.mdconsult.com • www.emedicine.com • www.slideshare.net • www.autherstream.com • www.slideworld.com • www.zu.edu.eg • www.sciencedirect.com
  • 15 D&V MD ProgrammZagazig University Faculty of Medicine Course specification Dermatology Course for Dermatology &Venereology Medical Doctorate DegreeProgramme on which the course(s) is given:Dermatology&Venereology MedicalDoctorateDepartment offering the course(s):Dermatology&Venereology DeptAcademic year/level:Date of specification approval:Course director: Chairman Prof. Dr. / :Ahmed K.Al-GarfCourse Coordinator: M.Yousry Abel-Mawla III. Basic information:Title:Dermatology& Venereology Medical Doctorate Course SpecificationsCode:DV3Course duration:2 academic years studyTotal teaching hours: 18 hrs per weekLectures: 6 hrs Clinical/small group sessions: 12 hrs per weekTeaching staff: Dermatology&Venereology Dept and Pathology Dept
  • 16 D&V MD Programm B-Professional information: III. AIMS OF THE COURSE: to train candidates who are capable of practice as consultants or senior specialist. A dermatologist is experienced and skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of skin, disorders . Candidates care for fficiently and ambulatory patients and play a major role in research.II. INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES(ILOs): A- Knowledge And Undrstanding(KU) KU A-1 Describe the aetiology ,pathogenesis, molecular biology &clinical manifestations , of dermatologic problems KU-2• Mention the therapeutic modalities of various dermatologic , disorders. KU-3 Possess a defined body of knowledge about procedures, which are used or recently introduced in the field of Dermatology . KU-4 Discuss the various histopathologic patterns of different skin diseases. KU-5-Mention the relationship between skin diseases and any possible underlying systemic disorders. KU-6 Discuss the prevalence &complications of various skin diseases. KU-7- Describe recent advances in the natural history of Dermatological disorders B- Intellectual skills(IS) IS-1 Integrate the history and physical examination findings IS2 Arrive at an appropriate diagnosis and differential diagnosis. IS-3 Select medically appropriate investigative tools, interpret the results of common diagnostic tests and demonstrate an understanding of their cost effectiveness, limitations and complications. IS-4 Formulate a comprehensive patient problem list. IS-5 Synthesize an effective diagnostic and therapeutic plan . IS-6 Design appropriate follow up plan for each patient. C- Professional and Practical skills(PS) PS-1: To Perform safe appropriate skin biopsy(punch or excision biopsy),handle tissue specimen , to make correct specimen histopathology processing. PS-2:Make a correct diagnosis of histopathologic slides. PS-3 Perform routine diagnostic laboratory tests to include: PS-4: Conduct efficiently dermatologic procedures eg cryo,electro cautery,phototherapy,mesotherapy. PS-5- Do with competency chemical peels
  • 17 D&V MD Programm PS-6- Develop experimental design, and to conduct sampling techniques, data acquisition, data storage, to do proper selection of appropriate statistical analysis and scientific writing PS-7- Perform an appropriate application of statistical parametric tests . PS-8- Use of computers for data storage and statistical analysis PS-9- To conduct epidemiological analysis, cohort and case control studies, assessment of bias, population parameters and sampling techniques D- General and transferable skills(GS) GS-1 Communicate via clear, concise and timely verbal and written commands as applied to patient care and discharge planning. GS-2Communicate with patients and families regarding informed consent, the medical condition, plan of treatment, prognosis, primary and secondary prevention, adverse events, medical uncertainty, medical errors&post patient discharge . GS-3 Demonstrate the ability to teach medical students, residents, patients, colleagues and other health care professionals. GS-4 Share effectively in teamwork plans. III. COURSE CONTENTS : No. of hours Per week TOPIC Lectures Practical/Clinic TOTAL al 1 DV 4 Dermatology 3 6 9 IV. TEACHING & LEARNING METHODS: IV-A) METHODS USED: TOOL PURPOSE (I LO) lectures Knowledge &understanding(KU1-6) Practical &clinical groups Intellectual skills(IS1-5) Professional & practical skills(PS1-8 ) Clinic presentations/ performance General & transferable skills(GS1-4) Conferences Independent reading/study IS1-5) and (GS1-4) IV-B) TEACHING PLAN:Lectures: Time from 12:30 PM to 14:30 PM .Practical ,Laboratory&Clinical classes: Time from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM IV-C ) Time PlanIV_C-1-Dermatology Course contents(2 academic year-study:72 weeks)Code: DV 3
  • 18 D&V MD Programm Unit Unit Units Topics Lectures Practical Total hours Lab/ unit Clinical hour hours sUnit1:Anatomy and Skin development 3 6 9functions of skin Components of normal human skin Regional skin variation Functions of skinUnit2:Diagnosis of skin The history 8 16 24disease Examination of the skin Additional clinical investigations Commonly used laboratory tests Radiological and imaging examinations Skin testing Oral provocation tests TelemedicineUnit3:Molecular Basic molecular biology of the cell 8 16 24biology and basic Molecular techniquesgenetics Complex traits Pharmacogenetics Epigenetics Cancer geneticsUnit4a:Cutaneous *Gram-positive bacteria, Gram-negative bacteria, 8 16 24Bacterial &viral Anaerobic bacteria, Spirochaetes and spiral bacteriainfections Botryomycosis, Necrotizing subcutaneous infections, Mycoplasma infections, Rickettsial infections, Actinomycete infections. *Poxviruses, Herpesviruses, Polyomavirus, Human papillomaviruses, Hepatitis viruses, Parvoviruses, Retroviruses, Viral insect-borne and haemorrhagic fevers, Rubella, Picornaviruses, Vesicular stomatitis virus, Myxoviruses and related RNA viruses, Other cutaneous problems associated with viral infections.Unit4b:Mycobacterial Cutaneous Tuberculosis 8 16 24infections&atypicalmy Non-tuberculous (atypical) mycobacteria-cobacteria LeprosyUnit4c:Parasitic skin Infection with human nematodes, Infection with 5 10 15diseases: nematodes of other animals, Infection with trematodes, Infection with cestodes, Infection with protozoaUnit4c:Eczema Atopic dermatitis 5 10 15(Dermatitis) Contact dermatitis Eczema Lichenification PrurigoUnit5:Papulo- Psoriasis 12 24 36Squamous diseases Lichen planus & lichenoid disorders Pityriasis rubra pilarisUnit6:Connective Lupus erythematosus 8 16 24tissue disorders Scleroderma Mixed connective tissue disease
  • 19 D&V MD Programm Lichen sclerosus Scleroedema Dermatomyositis Dermatological manifestations of rheumatoid Sjögren’s syndrome Rheumatic fever Antiphospholipid antibody syndromeUnit7a:Disorders of Acne vulgaris 3 6 09sebaceous glands Ectopic sebaceous glands Sebaceous gland hyperplasia Adenoma and carcinoma, Sebaceous (epidermoid) cysts Steatocystoma multiplexUnit7b:Disorders of Hyperhidrosis 8 16 24sweat glands Anhidrosis Miliaria Disorders associated with abnormal eccrine histology Drugs and eccrine glands Coma-induced eccrine necrosis Radiation-induced eccrine damage, Disorders with sweat gland cellular inclusions Granulosis rubra nasi Apocrine sweat glands Abnormal sweat odour Chromhidrosis Fox–Fordyce disease Unit8:Pigmentary Hypermelanosis 10 20 30disorders Hypomelanosis Endogenous non-melanin pigmentation Exogenous pigmentsUnit9:Diseases of Hair *Alopecia, Abnormalities of the hair shaft, 10 20 30and nails Excessive growth of hair, Hair pigmentation, Hair cosmetics. *Nail signs and systemic disease, Developmental abnormalities of the nails, Infections of the nail and nail folds, Dermatoses affecting the nails, Tumours under or adjacent to the nail, Nail surgery, Traumatic nail disorders, The nail and cosmetics.Unit10: Chromosomal disorders, Noonan’s syndrome, 12 24 36Genodermatosis Familial multiple tumour syndromes, Ectodermal dysplasias, Syndromes associated with DNA instability, Poikilodermatous syndromes .Unit11:Blistering *Immunobullous: Intraepidermal &Subepidermal 10 20 30dermatoses immunobullous diseases *Genetic blistering diseasesUnit 12:Non-infectious Sarcoidosis 8 16 24granulomas, metabolic Necrobiotic disorders& nutritional disorders Porphyrias Mucinoses Lysosomal storage disorders Lipoid proteinosis Amyloidoses
  • 20 D&V MD Programm Nutrition and the skin Xanthomas Disorders of amino-acid metabolismUnit13:Photodermatos Basic principles of cutaneous photobiology 8 16 24is Photodermatoses Cutaneous photosensitivityUnit14:Cutaneous Arterial and arteriolar disorders 12 24 36vascular diseases Telangiectases, Vscular Malformations, Venous disorders Leg ulcers, Lymphoedema Purpura Vasculitis & mimics Behçet’s disease Neutrophilic dermatosesUnit15a:Mastocyoses *Mastocytosis 8 16 24,histocytoses, pruritis *Class I, II, III histiocytosisand urticaria * Pruritus *Urticaria, Urticarial vasculitis, Angio-oedemaUnit15b:Skin and Endocrine disorders 10 20 30systemic diseases Cutaneous markers of internal malignancy The gastrointestinal tract Liver disease Pancreatic disease Renal disease Cardiac disease Respiratory system Haematology Graft-versus-host disease Bone and joint diseases Annular and figurate reactive erythemasUnit16:Neonatal& *Skin disorders in the neonate 10 20 30geriatric dermatology Disorders caused by transplacental transfer of maternal autoantibodies Disorders caused by transfer of toxic substances in maternal milk, Collodion baby Eczematous eruptions in the newborn Infantile psoriasis and napkin psoriasis Blueberry muffin baby Neonatal purpura fulminans Acute haemorrhagic oedema of childhood Disorders of subcutaneous fat Infections Primary immunodeficiency disorders *Common geriatric dermatosesUnit17:Disorders of Ichthyosis 12 24 36keratinization Pityriasis rotunda Peeling skin syndromes Erythrokeratoderma Folliculocentric keratotic disorders Darier’s disease and related disorders Palmoplantar keratodermas Acanthosis nigricans
  • 21 D&V MD ProgrammUnit18:Topical and Prescribing topical treatment 10 20 30systemic therapy Formulation of topical treatment Topical treatments used for skin diseases Systemic anti-inflammatory agents Systemic antiallergic agents Sex hormones and related compounds Retinoids Antimicrobial and antiparasitic agentsUnit19:Cutaneous Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer 6 12 18 Tumours of the Skin Appendagestumours Melanocytic tumours Soft-Tissue Tumours Cutaneous LymphomasUnit20:Dermatological Biopsy techniques 14 28 42surgery&dermatologic Local anaestheticsprocedures Simple excision & Dressings&cosmetology Suture technique and wound closure Skin graft Mohs micrographic surgery Curettage Electrosurgery Infrared coagulation Caustics Intralesional therapy Fillers Botox Chemical peelingTOTAL UNITS:20 216 432 648 Teaching Staff DV3 Course Lectures Practical &Clinical Dermatology Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.A.AlGarf Prof.M.Amer Ass.Prof A.Nowfal Prof.Z.Tosson Ass.Prof E.Nowfal Prof.A.Soliman Ass.Prof.Ola Aasar Prof A.G.Sleem Lecturer.M.Soliman Prof N.Diab Lecturer A.Amer Prof A.Salem Lecturer M.H.Khater Prof. H.Darweeish Prof .I.Ghareeb Prof .Y.Abdel-Mawla Prof.M.Harras Prof.F.Farag Prof.M.Metwally Prof.A.Ghanm Prof..A.Saadawi Prof. E.Attwa Prof .S.Mokadm Prof.E.Makhzangy Prof.M.El-Syd Radiology&Lasers Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof A.Salem Prof A.Salem Prof. H.Darweeish Prof. H.Darweeish Prof.M.Metwally Prof.M.Metwally Prof..A.Saadawi Prof..A.Saadawi Prof .S.Mokadm Prof .S.Mokadm
  • 22 D&V MD ProgrammDermatologic Prof.A..AL_GARF Prof.A..AL_GARFProceures&Cosmotology Prof N.Diab Prof N.Diab Prof A.Salem Prof A.Salem Prof. H.Darweeish Prof. H.Darweeish Prof.M.Harras Prof.M.Harras Prof.F.Farag Prof.F.Farag Prof.M.Metwally Prof.M.Metwally E.Attwa E.AttwaEVALUATION For DV3Evaluator Tool Sample1-Students at final year Questionair ِ ppendix#1 A2-Graduates Questionair ِ ppendix#2 A3-External Evaluator- EVALUATION TOOLS: 1. Procedure LogAll candidates are required to maintain a record of their procedures performed in theclinical setting. 2. 360 Degree Evaluation Tool:. This tool assesses candidates competencies in patient care, interpersonal andcommunication skills, professionalism, practice-based learning and improvement, andsystems-based practice. Randomly selected evaluators will include staff members ofDermatology Dept. 3. Periodic in-training evaluation of candidates should be carried out to ensure that they are making satisfactory progress. Both formal examinations and performance ratings by the dept. can beutilized and the candidate should be personally appraised of his or herstrengths and weaknesses at appropriate intervals.LEARNING AND REFERENCE MATERIALS:VII-A) BASIC MATERIALS: • 2- Essential Books: Rooks Textbook of Dermatology(2010), 8th Edition, 4 Volume Set By Tony Burns, Stephen Breathnach, Neil Cox, Christopher Griffiths Levers Histopathology of the Skin, David E Elder (Author), Rosalie Elenitsas (Editor), Bernett L Johnson (Editor),George F Murphy (Editor), Xiaowei Xu (Editor Publisher: -Number Of Pages: 4362 Publication Date: 2010-04-26
  • 23 D&V MD ProgrammVII-B) SUGGESTED MATERIALS: Browsing web :: www.Zu.edu.eg, Entrez pubmed, Science direct,Springer.authorstream.com,www.eulc.edu.eg-Medical journals:J AMERICAN ACAD DERMATOL.J INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOL &Int J.DermatolVII_C. EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES-1-Text Books • Rooks Textbook of Dermatology(2010), 8th Edition, 4 Volume Set By Tony Burns, Stephen Breathnach, Neil Cox, Christopher Griffiths Publisher: -Number Of Pages: 4362 Publication Date: 2010-04-26 • Atopic Dermatitis : The Epidemiology, Causes and Prevention of Atopic Eczem a by Hywel C. Ed. Williams, Publisher: Cambridge University Press ,Year Published: 2000 • Skin Disease : Diagnosis and Treatment by Thomas P. Habif, James I. Campbell and Shane Chapman, Publisher: C.V. Mosby Co. Year Published: 2005 • Fitzpatricks Dermatology in General Medicine (2 Volumes) , Klaus Wolff, Lowell Goldsmith, Stephen Katz, Barbara Gilchrest, Amy Paller, David Leffell, Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 7th edition (October 17, 2007) • Dermatology, by Jean L. Bolognia, Joseph L. Jorizzo, Ronald P. RapiniTextbook, Pub. Date: April 2003 ,Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences • Levers Histopathology of the Skin, David E Elder (Author), Rosalie Elenitsas (Editor), Bernett L Johnson (Editor),George F Murphy (Editor), Xiaowei Xu (Editor-2-JOURNALS • J.American Academy of Dermatology • International J. of Dermatology • British J. of Dermatology • Clinics in Dermatology • J.Investigative Dermatology • European J.Dermatology
  • 24 D&V MD ProgrammDepartment of Dermatology &Venereology Course specifications Degree: Doctorate (MD) in Dermatology&Venereology Course title: Dermatology& Venereology Thesis(DV6)Programme (s) on which the course is given: MD degree inDermatology&VenereologyMajor or minor element of Programme: MajorDepartment offering the course: Dermatology&VenereologyAcademic year level: second academic yearsDate of specification approval:January 2012Head of department:Professor Ahmad K . Al-GarfCourse Coordinator: Prof/ Ahmad SalemBasic information: Title: MD Thesis in Dermatology &Venereology Code:DV6 Course duration: 36 weeks Teaching hours: 216 hours (2h/week/for each supervisor)Supervisors: three of the medical staff according to research specificity.Aim of the course:The aim of this course is to build the competency of the candidate in performingscientific research and developing new methods and tools to analyze andcriticize any research scientifically , and to use different technologicalmethods which add to his/her Professional applications.
  • 25 D&V MD Programm II. INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES: By the end of course(DV the) the candidate will be able to: A- Knowledge and Understanding (KU) KU1. Explain ethics and legal implication for the professional practices in dermatology ,venereology and andrology KU2. Describe the principles and basis of quality in the professional practices of dermatology,venereology and andrology. K U3. Explain the basics and ethics of scientific research. KU4. Discuss mechanisms of molecular dermatology,venereology and andrology. K U5. Realize the effects of his professional practices on the environment and ways of the development and maintenance of the environment KU6 Describe the pathophysiological aspects underlying the development of common diseases.B: Intellectual Skills (IS) IS 1. Analyze and evaluate the knowledge in dermatology &venereology to solve medical problems. IS 2. Solve special problems in dermatology,venereology &andrology with unavailability of some inputs. IS 3. Join different types of knowledge to solve the professional challenge. IS 4. Perform statistical reports about a scientific problem. IS 5. Evaluate risks in the professional practices of dermatology ,venereology &andrology. IS 6. Plan for development of performance in the field of dermatology,venereology &andrology. IS 7. Write scientific papers. IS 10. Take professional decisions in different situations. IS 11. Innovate and create. IS 12. Perform evidence based conversation and disscussion. C- Professional/practical skills (PS) PS1 Work effectively in a group in biological science laboratories. PS2 Deal with experimental animal as: Rats , Frogs , and Rabbits and or human lab materials . PS3 Use specific medical devices and electron ,immunoflourescent and light microscopy. PS4 Write the document of thesis.
  • 26 D&V MD Programm PS5 Write a scientific paper. PS6 Write & evaluate professional reports (skin Biopsy report)and some laboratory tests (hormonal assay, mycologic smear and culture). PS7 Use technology to serve the professional practices. PS8 Plan for development of the professional practices and performance of others. PS9 Evaluate and improve tools in his/her specialty. D- General &Transferable skills (GS) GS1. Discuss freely about some medical problem. GS2 .Use information and communication technology effectively. GS3. Solve problems related to work management and among colleagues. GS4. Use different resources to gain knowledge and information. GS5. Manage seminars in addition to the effective time management. GS 6. Learn by self and in a continuous manner. III. COURSE CONTENTS:TOPIC DurationWriting of a Protocol 2 weeksWriting of Review of literature 10 weeksMethods design and performance of the 15 weekspractical partStatistical Analysis of results 2 weeksDiscussion of the results 4 weekEnglish and Arabic summary 1 weekReferences collection 2 week IV-. Teaching and Learning Methods: IV-A) METHODS USED: ILO Method Knowledge and Understanding - Seminar discussions about the research KU1 to KU8 methodology, ethics and legal implications. - Search in web sites for Self directed learning Professional/practical skills (P) Perform the methodology of the thesis under PS1 to P12 supervision. Extended Direct Observation (EDO) Intellectual skills (IS) Self directed learning IS1 to IS8 Problem solving General and Transferable Skills Teaching ethics GS1 to GS6 EDO Self directed learning
  • 27 D&V MD ProgrammIV-B) TEACHING PLAN:The supervisors follow up every steps in the progress of the DV7 the course (thesis)V. V. Educational resources: Items No. LocationHuman resourcesSupervisors Dermatology&venereology departmentand subject- related supervisors from other 3 departments in Zu Faculty of Medicine or other academic institutes FacilitiesLab Mycology lab in Dermatology&Venereology (D&V)deptPost graduate library 1 Faculty of MedicineDigital library 1 Scientific center in surgery hospitalData show 1 D&V departmentComputer 2 D&V departmentLaser Unit 1 D&V departmentVI.STUDENT ASSESSMENT:VI-A) Attendance Criteria: Minimum acceptance attendance in each course is 75%Log book should be fulfilled and signed by Head of the departmentVI-B) Assessment Tools:Tool Purpose (ILOS FrequencyProtocol seminar K, IS, GS Before registration of the thesis protocolFollow up (EDO) PS, GS Practical courseSupervisor reports K,IS,PS,GS Every 3 monthsThesis results seminar K,IS,GS Once Before the public discussionPublic discussion K,IS,GS Once after approval of the department councilLEARNING AND REFERENCE MATERIALS:VII-A) BASIC MATERIALS: • Rooks Textbook of Dermatology(2010), 8th Edition, 4 Volume Set By Tony Burns, Stephen Breathnach, Neil Cox, Christopher Griffiths Publisher: -Number Of Pages: 4362 Publication Date: 2010-04-26
  • 28 D&V MD Programm • Levers Histopathology of the Skin, David E Elder (Author), Rosalie Elenitsas (Editor), Bernett L Johnson (Editor),George F Murphy (Editor), Xiaowei Xu (Editor • Sexually Transmissible Infections: A McMillan, H Young, M M Ogilvie, G R Scott, October 2002, 1st edition Saunders • Andrology: Male Reproductive Health and Dysfunction by Eberhard Nieschlag ,, Hermann m Behre & Susan Nieschlag January 2010 • Infertility in the Male , Stuart S. Howards & Craig S. Niederberger 2009VII-B) SUGGESTED MATERIALS: • Fitzpatricks Dermatology in General Medicine (2 Volumes) , Klaus Wolff, Lowell Goldsmith, Stephen Katz, Barbara Gilchrest, Amy Paller, David Leffell, Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 7th edition (October 17, 2007) • Dermatology, by Jean L. Bolognia, Joseph L. Jorizzo, Ronald P. RapiniTextbook, Pub. Date: April 2003 ,Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences • Human Spermatozoa: Maturation, Capacitation and Abnormalities Pascal Delvaux & Thomas Lejeune (2010) • J.AM ACAD.DERMATOLOGY • INT.J.DERMATOLOGYCourse (DV6)Coordinator:Prof Ahmad SalmHead of the Department:Prof. AHMED KAMAL_GARFDate:
  • 29 D&V MD Programm Course Specifications of Dermatopathology for Doctorate Degree in Dermatology& Venereology 1. Program on which the course is given: Doctorate Degree in Dermatology& Venereology 2. Major or Minor element of program: Minor 1st Part 3. Department offering the program: Department of Dermatology&Venereology 4. Department offering the course: Department of Pathology 5. Academic year / Level : 1st part 6. Date of specification approval: A- Basic Information: Title: Pathology Code:DV1 Hours: Lectures: 3 hours per week Laboratory&Practical: 6 hours per week Duration:36 weeksCode NO Course Title No of LECTURES Lab– Programm Units Hours Per Clinical ILOs week Hours covered by Per week NoDV1 Dermatohistopathology** 19 3 6 KU 1-5 IS 1-5 PS1-5 GS1-6 ** During the first part of Doctorate Degree (Dermatology&Venereology) B- Professional Information: 1. Overall Aims of Course By the end of the course, the post graduate students should be able to have the professional knowledge of the pathology of medical diseases. 2. Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs): a) Knowledge and Understanding(KU): By the end of the course, the student should be able to: KU1- Mention the normal structure of the human intugmentary and reproductive systems on the micro levels. KU.2- Describe the normal growth and development of the human intugmentary and reproductive systems. KU.3-List the abnormal structure, growth and development of human intugmentary and reproductive systems and natural history of various dermatological, venereal and andrological diseases. KU.4-List the natural history of Dermatological,
  • 30 D&V MD Programmproblems from the pathological point of view .KU.5- Mention the causation of disease and disease pathogenesis in correlationto gross and microscopic histopathology and the clinical features.KU.6- Describe the scientific methods of establishing disease causation.b) Intellectual Skills(IS):By the end of the course, the student should be able to:IS1- Identify Dermatological problems through histopathological features.c) Professional and Practical Skills(PS):By the end of the course, the student should be able to:PS.1- Diagnose common illnesses with the aid of the macroscopic andmicroscopic criteria of the altered structure (pathology) of the body and itsmajor organs and systems that are seen in various diseases related toDermatology.d) General and Transferable Skills(GS):By the end of the course, the student should be able to:GS.1- Use information technology of Pathology to serve the development ofprofessional practiceCourse contentsDermatohistopathology Course(1st part one academic year: 36 weeks)Topic : LECTURE LAB&PRACTICAL TOTALDermatohistopathologyNormal Histology, 3 6 9Histologicaldefinitions &Morphology ofindividualinflammatory cellsCongenital and 2 4 6inherited diseases• Inflammatory 8 16 24disorderso Spongiotico Psoriasiformo LichenoidCongenital and 2 4 6inherited diseasesBullous Diseases 10 20 30Connective tissue 10 20 30disordersDermal inflammation 5 10 15and perforatingdisordersFollicular disorders 3 6 09
  • 31 D&V MD Programmand alopecia• Infections 5 10 15,infestations&Viral infectionsGranulomatous 5 10 15inflammationVasculopathies 5 10 15Metabolic diseases 5 10 15Disorders of 3 6 09pigmenttion• Tumours of the 8 16 24epidermis• Adnexal tumours 12 24 36o Hair folliclederived tumourso Sebaceous tumourso Lesions of thesweat apparatuso Malignancy inadnexal tumoursTumours of adipose 2 4 06tissueVascular 2 4 06proliferations andtumoursBenign and 5 10 15malignant lymphoidinfiltratesT-cell lymphoma& 6 12 18B-cell lymphomaDifferential 5 10 15diagnosis indermatopathologyPrinciples of 2 4 06interpretation of askin histopathologyslide.TOTAL No OFUNITS: 19Total Hours 108 216 324
  • 32 D&V MD Programm4- Teaching and Learning Methods:4.1- Lectures4.2- Practical lessons (Gross and histopathology (Jars & slides)4.3- Assignment5- Student Assessment Methods:5.1- Research assignment: to assess general transferable skills, intellectualskills.5.2- Written exams:a. Short essay: to assess knowledge.5.3- Oral Exams: to assess knowledge.6- Assessment Schedule:Assessment 1: Final written exam .Assessment 2: Oral exam .Weighting of Assessments:Final Written Examination 50 %Oral Examination 50 %Other types of assessment 0%Total 100%Formative only assessment: simple research assignment, attendance andabsenteeism6- List of References:6.1- Course Notes:Lecture notes prepared by the staff members in the department.6.2- Essential Books (Text Books):- Levers Histopathology of skin.- Muir’s text book of pathology.- Robbins pathologic basis of diseases.- Rosai &Ackerman text book of pathology.- Sternberg text book of pathology.6.4- Periodicals: American journal of pathology:Web Sites: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/http://www.uscap.com7- Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning:a. Library & textbooks.b. Computer & data show.c. Internet connection.Course Coordinator:Head od Dept:Date:
  • 33 D&V MD ProgrammCourse Specifications of Mycologyfor Doctorate Degree in Dermatology&Venereology1. Program on which the course is given: Doctorate Degree in Dermatology&Venereology2. Major or Minor element of program: Minor 1st Part3. Department offering the program: Department ofDermatology&Venereology4. Department offering the course: Department of Dermatology&Venereology5. Academic year / Level : 1st part6. Date of specification approval:A- Basic Information:Title: MycologyCode:DV2Hours: Lectures: 1 hours per week Laboratory&Practical: 2 hours per weekDuration:36 weeksCode:DV2 Mycology ILOs achivedNo Units 3 KU 1-8 IS1-5 PS1-5 GS1-6B- Professional Information:1. Overall Aims of CourseBy the end of the course, the post graduate students should be able to have theprofessional knowledge of the mycologic skin diseases2. Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs):Knowledge &Understanding(KU) KU-1 Describe the aetiology ,pathogenesis, molecular biology &clinicalmanifestations , of mycologic skin disorders KU-2• Mention the therapeutic modalities of various fungal skin diseases KU-3 Possess a defined body of knowledge about procedures, which are used orrecently introduced in the field of medical mycology KU-4 Discuss the various histopathologic patterns of different mycologic skindiseases. KU-5-Mention the relationship between skin fungal diseases and any possibleunderlying systemic disorders. KU -6 Discuss the prevalence &complications of various skin,mycologic diseases
  • 34 D&V MD ProgrammB- Intellectual skills(IS) IS-1 Integrate the history and physical examination findingsIS-2 Arrive at an appropriate diagnosis and differential diagnosis.IS-3 Select medically appropriate investigative tools, interpret the results ofcommon diagnostic tests and demonstrate an understanding of their cost effectiveness,limitations and complications. IS-4 Formulate a comprehensive patient problem list.IS -5 Synthesize an effective diagnostic and therapeutic plan .IS -6 Design appropriate follow up plan for each patient.C- Professional and Practical skills(PS)PS-1: To Perform safe skin smear for fungic and properhandling of KOH specimenPS-2:Make a correct diagnosis of histopathologic slidesof mycologic diseases.PS-3 Identify different mycologic cultures of dermatophytes,yeast ,dimorphic anddeep fungiPS-4- Perform an appropriate application of statistical parametrictests .PS- Use of computers for data storage and statistical analysisPS- To conduct epidemiological analysis, cohort and case controlstudies, assessment of bias, population parameters and samplingtechniquesD- General and transferable skills(GS) GS-1 Communicate via clear, concise and timely verbal and written commands asapplied to patient care and discharge planning.GS-2Communicate with patients and families regarding informed consent, themedical condition, plan of treatment, prognosis, primary and secondaryprevention, adverse events, medical uncertainty, medical errors&post patientdischarge .GS-3 Demonstrate the ability to teach medical students, residents, patients, colleaguesand other health care professionals. GS-4 Share effectively in teamwork plans.Course DescriptionCourse Course title No of Units LECTURES Practical/ ILOscode Hours Per lab Hours covered week per weekDV2 Mycology 3 1 2 KU 1-5 IS1-5 PS1-5 GS1-6
  • 35 D&V MD ProgrammLevel/ 1ST Part one academic year from 1st of October through end of June :36weeks)Course ContentsUNIT Topic Lecture Practical/Lab Hours HoursSuperficial Dermatophytosis 6 12Fungal Onychomycosis 4 8infections Tinea Nigra 2 4 Piedra 2 2Yeast Candidiasis 4 8 Pityriasis versicolor 2 4Deep & • Subcutaneous mycoses 2 4Dimorphic at a glanceFungi • Sporotichosis 2 4 • Mycetoma 1 2 • Chromomycosis 1 2 • Subcutaneous 3 6 zygomycoses • Blastomycosis 2 4 • Cryptococosis • Coccidioidomycosis 2 4 • Cutaneous Aspects of Systemic Opportunistic 3 6 MycosesTotal 36 72Teaching and Learning MethodsIV-A) METHODS USED: ILO Method Knowledge and Understanding Interactive Lectures KU1 -5 Interactive learning Brain Storming Self directed learning Professional/practical skills (PS) Practical Sessions PS1 to PS7 Interactive Tutorials Extended Direct Observation (EDO) Intellectual skills (IS) Self directed learning IS1 to IS15 Case Study Problem solving General and Transferable Skills Teaching ethics GS1 to GS8 EDO Assignments Self directed learning Teaching practical sections under
  • 36 D&V MD Programm supervision4- Teaching and Learning Methods:4.1- Lectures4.2- Practical lessons (KOH smear,mycologic culture media,macroscopic&microscopic features of media)4.3- Assignment5- Student Assessment Methods:5.1- Research assignment: to assess general transferable skills, intellectualskills.5.2- Written exams:a. Short essay: to assess knowledge.5.3- Oral Exams: to assess knowledge.6- Assessment Schedule:Assessment 1: Final written exam .Assessment 2: Oral exam .Weighting of Assessments:Final Written Examination 50 %Oral Examination 50 %Other types of assessment 0%Total 100%Formative only assessment: simple research assignment, attendance andabsenteeism6- List of References:6.1- Course Notes:Lecture notes prepared by the staff members in the department.6.2- Essential Books (Text Books): • - Rooks Textbook of Dermatology(2010), 8th Edition, 4 Volume Set By Tony Burns, Stephen Breathnach, Neil Cox, Christopher Griffiths Publisher: -Number Of Pages: 4362 Publication Date: 2010-04-26 • Fitzpatricks Dermatology in General Medicine (2 Volumes) , Klaus Wolff, Lowell Goldsmith, Stephen Katz, Barbara Gilchrest, Amy Paller, David Leffell, Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 7th edition (October 17, 2007)7- Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning:a. Library & textbooks.b. Computer & data show.c. Internet connection.Course Coordinator:Prof Mona AL _HARRASHead od Dept:Prof A.K AL-Garf
  • 37 D&V MD Programm Course specification Venereology Course for Dermatology&Venereology Medical Doctorate Programme on which the course(s) is given:Dermatology&Venereology Medical Doctorate Department offering the course(s):Dermatology&Venereology Dept Academic year/level: Date of specification approval: Course director: Chairman Prof. Dr. / :Ahmed K.Al-Garf Course Coordinator:Prof Dr Ibraheem AL-Ghareeb IV. Basic information: Title: Venereology Course Specifications Code:DV4 Course duration:2 academic years study Total teaching hours: hrs per week Lectures: hrs Clinical/small group sessions: hrs per week Teaching staff: Dermatology&Venereology Dept B-Professional information: IV. AIMS OF THE COURSE: to train candidates who are capable of practice as consultants or senior specialist. A dermatovenerologist is experienced and skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of venereal diseases and disorders . Candidates care for 37fficiently37 and ambulatory patients and play a major role in research.II. INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES(ILOs): A- Knowledge And Undrstanding(KU) KU A-1 Describe the aetiology ,pathogenesis, molecular biology &clinical manifestations , of venereal diseases KU-2• Mention the therapeutic modalities of various ,venereologic diseases and disorders. KU-3 Possess a defined body of knowledge about procedures, which are used or recently introduced in the field of ,Venereology KU-4 Discuss the variousclinical patterns patterns of different venereal diseases.
  • 38 D&V MD ProgrammKU-5-Mention the relationship between venereal and any possible underlyingsystemic disorders. KU-6 Discuss the prevalence &complications of various ,venereal diseases.KU-7- Describe recent advances in the natural history of,venereologic diseasesB- Intellectual skills(IS) IS-1 Integrate the history and physical examination findingsIS2 Arrive at an appropriate diagnosis and differential diagnosis.IS-3 Select medically appropriate investigative tools, interpret the results ofcommon diagnostic tests and demonstrate an understanding of their cost effectiveness,limitations and complications. IS-4 Formulate a comprehensive patient problem list.IS-5 Synthesize an effective diagnostic and therapeutic plan .IS-6 Design appropriate follow up plan for each patient.C- Professional and Practical skills(PS)PS-1: To Perform safe Uretheral and or vaginalsmear,handle tissue specimen , to make correct specimenhistopathology processing.PS-2:Make a correct diagnosis of histopathologic slides.PS-3 Perform routine diagnostic laboratory tests PS-4- Do with competency andrologic procedures eg testicular needle aspirationPS-5- Develop experimental design, and to conduct samplingtechniques, data acquisition, data storage, to do proper selection ofappropriate statistical analysis and scientific writingPS-6- Perform an appropriate application of statistical parametrictests .PS-7- Use of computers for data storage and statistical analysisPS-8- To conduct epidemiological analysis, cohort and case controlstudies, assessment of bias, population parameters and samplingtechniquesD- General and transferable skills(GS) GS-1 Communicate via clear, concise and timely verbal and written commands asapplied to patient care and discharge planning.GS-2Communicate with patients and families regarding informed consent, themedical condition, plan of treatment, prognosis, primary and secondaryprevention, adverse events, medical uncertainty, medical errors&post patientdischarge .GS-3 Demonstrate the ability to teach medical students, residents, patients, colleaguesand other health care professionals.GS-4 Share effectively in teamwork plans.
  • 39 D&V MD ProgrammCourse DescriptionLevel 2nd Part ( 2 -academic year_ program :18 months :72weeks)Code Title Units Lectur Clinical/lab ILOs hours per hours/week weekSV4 STDs & 9 1 2 KU 1-8 Venereal IS 1-5 diseases PS 1-5 GS1-6**STDs:Sexual Transmitted DiseasesCourse contentUnit Topic Lecture Practical/clinical Hours Hours 1-Embr yolog y,ana tom y&ph ysiolog y of male &femalegenitourina r y s ys tem2- 1. Microbiology of STDs 2 4Epidmiology,microbiology,immunopathology 2. Immunopathology&molecular biology of STDs 3. Molecular biology of STDs 2 4 4 83- Male uretheral discharge & genital ulcers. 1. Microbiology 2 4 2. Clinical presentations 2 4 3. Complications 4. Therapy 2 4 2 44-Epididmorchitis,gonorrhoea 1. Etiology of epididmorchitis 2 4 2. Epidimorchitis clinical manifestations ,complications & 2 4 therapy 3. Gonorrhoea in males: clinical 1 2 4. Gonorrhea complications 1 2 5. Gonorrhea therapy 2 45- Syphilis Acquired,prenatal&therapy 1. Aquired Syhilis clinical spectrum 2 4 2. Cardiovascular Syhilis 3. CNS Syhilis 2 4 4. Prenatal Syhilis 2 4 2 46:Sexually transmitted viral infections 1. Herpes progentalis 4 8 2. Cytomegalovirus 4 8Unit7:Genital infection in females 1. Vaginal discharge 2 4 2. Genital ulcer 2 4 3. Vulvovaginitis 3 6 4. Pelvic inflammatory disease 3 6 • Lymphogranuloma 2 4Unit8 Other STDs venereum • Chancroid 2 4 • Granuloma inguinale 2 4Unit 9:Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome(AIDS)
  • 40 D&V MD Programm 8 16TOTAL HOURS 72 144Teaching and Learning MethodsMETHODS USED: ILOs Method Knowledge and Understanding Interactive Lectures KU1 -5 Interactive learning Brain Storming Self directed learning Professional/practical skills (PS) Practical Sessions PS1 to PS7 Interactive Tutorials Extended Direct Observation (EDO) Intellectual skills (IS) Self directed learning IS1 to IS15 Case Study Problem solving General and Transferable Skills Teaching ethics GS1 to GS8 EDO Assignments Self directed learning Teaching practical sections under supervision • EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES • Text Books • Laboratory Diagnosis of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, E V Dyck, A Z Meheus, P Piot, (1999) World Health Organisation. PERIODICALS:J . of Sexual Medicine Web Sites • www.eulc.edu.eg • www.zu.edu.egFacilities Required for Teaching and Learning:a. Library & textbooks.b. Computer & data show.c. Internet connection.Course Coordinator:Prof Ibraheem Al-GhareebHead od Dept:Prof A.K AL-GarfDate:
  • 41 D&V MD Programm Course specification Andrology Coursefor Dermatology&Venereology Medical Doctorate Programme on which the course(s) is given:Dermatology&Venereology Medical Doctorate Department offering the course(s):Dermatology&Venereology Dept Academic year/level: Date of specification approval: Course director: Chairman Prof. Dr. / :Ahmed K.Al-Garf Course Coordinator:Prof Dr Ibraheem AL-Ghareeb V. Basic information: Title: Venereology Course Specifications Code:DV5 Course duration:2 academic years study Total teaching hours: hrs per week Lectures: hrs Clinical/small group sessions: hrs per week Teaching staff: Dermatology&Venereology Dept B-Professional information: AIMS OF THE COURSE: to train candidates who are capable of practice as consultants or senior specialist. A dermatovenerologist is experienced and skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of andrology and male infertility disorders . Candidates care for fficiently and ambulatory patients and play a major role in research.II. INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES(ILOs): A- Knowledge And Undrstanding(KU) KU -1 Describe the aetiology ,pathogenesis, molecular biology &clinical manifestations , of andrology and male infertility disorders KU-2• Mention the therapeutic modalities of various ,andrologic diseases and male infertility disorders. KU-3 Possess a defined body of knowledge about procedures, which are used or recently introduced in the field of andrology KU-4 Discuss the various clinical patterns patterns of different andrology diseases. KU-5-Mention the relationship between male infertility and andrologic diseases and any possible underlying systemic disorders.
  • 42 D&V MD Programm KU-6 Discuss the prevalence &complications of various ,andrology disordersdiseases.KU-7- Describe recent advances in the natural history of,andrologic &maleinfertility diseasesB- Intellectual skills(IS) IS-1 Integrate the history and physical examination findingsIS2 Arrive at an appropriate diagnosis and differential diagnosis.IS-3 Select medically appropriate investigative tools, interpret the results ofcommon diagnostic tests and demonstrate an understanding of their cost effectiveness,limitations and complications. IS-4 Formulate a comprehensive patient problem list.IS-5 Synthesize an effective diagnostic and therapeutic plan .IS-6 Design appropriate follow up plan for each patient.C- Professional and Practical skills(PS)PS-1: To Perform safe testicular biopsy, to make correctspecimen histopathology processing.PS-2:Make a testicular Needle aspirationPS-3 Perform routine diagnostic laboratory testsPS-4- Develop experimental design, and to conduct samplingtechniques, data acquisition, data storage, to do proper selection ofappropriate statistical analysis and scientific writingPS-5- Perform an appropriate application of statistical parametrictests .PS-6- Use of computers for data storage and statistical analysisPS-7- To conduct epidemiological analysis, cohort and case controlstudies, assessment of bias, population parameters and samplingtechniquesD- General and transferable skills(GS) GS-1 Communicate via clear, concise and timely verbal and written commands asapplied to patient care and discharge planning.GS-2 Communicate with patients and families regarding informed consent, themedical condition, plan of treatment, prognosis, primary and secondaryprevention, adverse events, medical uncertainty, medical errors&post patientdischarge .GS-3 Demonstrate the ability to teach medical students, residents, patients, colleaguesand other health care professionals.GS-4 Share effectively in teamwork plans.Course DescriptionLevel 2nd Part ( 2 -academic year_ program :18 months :72weeks)Code Title Units Lectur hours Clinical/lab ILOs per week hours/weekSV5 Andrology 11 2 4 KU 1-5 &male IS 1-5 fertility PS 1-5
  • 43 D&V MD Programm problems GS1-6 COURSE CONTENTSUnit Topic Lectur Clinical/Practical hours1-Embryology 1-Male Genitourinary tract 2 4 development& differentiation 2-Female Genitourinary tract 2 4 development& Differentiation2-Basic aspects -Sexual act physiology 4 8of male sex -Sex &hormones 4 8 -Effect of male diseases on 6 12 male sex3-Disorders of 1-Erectile dysfunction 6 12male sexual etiology &pathogenesisresponse 2- Erectile dysfunction 6 12 diagnosis 3-Erectile dysfunction pharmacotherapy 6 12 4-Disorders of sexual desire 6 124-Other male 1- Disorders of male sex 4 8sexual differentiationsdisorders 2- Diorders of sexual 4 8 maturation5-Androgen 1-Clinical disorders with 4 8disorders androgen deficiency in males 2-Syndromes of receptors. 4 8 3-enzyme abnormalities 4 86-Delayed 1-Mechanisms, 4 8pubertal 2-clinical manifestations 4 8development 3-Investigations 4 8 4-Therapy 4 87-Male 1-Functional organization of 4 8reproduction testis 2-Hormonal control 4 8 3-Leydig cell function 2 4 4-Sertoli cell function 2 4 5-Accessory sex organs 2 4 6-Fertilization process 2 48-Etiology of 1- Obstructive 2 4male infertility 2- Genetic 2 4 3- Primary testicular 2 4 4- Immunologic 2 4 5- Endocrinologic 4 8 6- Gonadotoxins 2 49-Diagnosis of 1-semen analysis 2 4male infertility 2-Sperm functions tests 2 4 3-Cytogenetic &Molecular 4 8 genetic investigations
  • 44 D&V MD Programm 4-Endocrine evaluation 4 8 5-Other lab tests 2 410-Treatment of 1-Non surgical treatment 4 8male infertility 2-Surgical treatment 2 4 3-Assisted reproductiveTechniques(ART) 4 811-Female 1-Definition & classification of 4 8Sexual female sexual dysfunctiondysfunctions 2-Pathophysiology 4 8 3-Diagnosis of female sexual 4 8 disordersTotal 11 144 288 Teaching and Learning Methods IV-A) METHODS USED: ILO Method Knowledge and Understanding Interactive Lectures KU1 -5 Interactive learning Brain Storming Self directed learning Professional/practical skills (PS) Practical Sessions PS1 to PS7 Interactive Tutorials Extended Direct Observation (EDO) Intellectual skills (IS) Self directed learning IS1 to IS15 Case Study Problem solving General and Transferable Skills Teaching ethics GS1 to GS8 EDO Assignments Self directed learning Teaching practical sections under supervision 4- Teaching and Learning Methods: 4.1- Lectures 4.2- Practical lessons (KOH smear,mycologic culture media,macroscopic &microscopic features of media) 4.3- Assignment 5- Student Assessment Methods: 5.1- Research assignment: to assess general transferable skills, intellectual skills. 5.2- Written exams: a. Short essay: to assess knowledge. 5.3- Oral Exams: to assess knowledge.
  • 45 D&V MD Programm6- Assessment Schedule:Assessment 1: Final written exam .Assessment 2: Oral exam .Weighting of Assessments:Final Written Examination 50 %Oral Examination 50 %Other types of assessment 0%Total 100%Formative only assessment: simple research assignment, attendance andabsenteeismEssential Books (Text Books): • Andrology: Male Reproductive Health and Dysfunction by Eberhard Nieschlag ,, Hermann m Behre & Susan Nieschlag January 2010 • Infertility in the Male , Stuart S. Howards & Craig S. Niederberger 2009 • Human Spermatozoa: Maturation, Capacitation and Abnormalities Pascal Delvaux & Thomas Lejeune (2010) • Sexually Transmissible Infections: A McMillan, H Young, M M Ogilvie, G R Scott, October 2002, 1st edition Saunders7- Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning:a. Library & textbooks.b. Computer & data show.c. Internet connection.Course Coordinator: Prof Ibrahim AL_GhareebHead od Dept:Prof A.K AL-Garf
  • 46 D&V MD ProgrammAppendix#1 Department of Dermatology Candidate Evaluation Name of Candidate: Date:STAFF Member :Evaluation Period:Rating Scale:Superior 4Very Good 3Acceptable 2Improvement Needed 1Unable to Rate UR Rating Criteria 1 2 3 4 URAvailabilityCase Related Teaching (clinic, OR rounds)Didactic Teaching (conferences, lectures)CommunicationHelpfulnessStrengths:Areas to Improve:Other Comments:
  • 47 D&V MD ProgrammAPPENDIX #2 PROGRAM EVALUATI0N BY STUDENTS& POST GRADUATE CANDIDATESYou are asked to evaluate the academic program after some time away from residency. This evaluation will become part of the agenda for theEducation Committee in formulating changes in the program. We appreciate your feedback. You are asked to rate the areas as excellent, verygood, good, fair, poor, and not applicable. Please add any additional comments that may help us improve our resident training.I. Program Director Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor N/A A. Effectiveness of program leadership 5 4 3 2 1 0 B. Availability to residents 5 4 3 2 1 0 C. Clarity of expectations of residents 5 4 3 2 1 0 D. Fairness and evaluation of resident strengths and weaknesses 5 4 3 2 1 0 E. Quality of guidance in what residents need to do to improve 5 4 3 2 1 0II. Department Chair Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor N/A A. Effectiveness of educational leadership 5 4 3 2 1 0 B. Support of education 5 4 3 2 1 0 C. Availability to residents 5 4 3 2 1 0III. Resident Support Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor N/A A. Departmental staff helpfulness to residents 5 4 3 2 1 0 B. Departmental staff effectiveness in dealing with resident issues 5 4 3 2 1 0 C. Resident library support 5 4 3 2 1 0IV. Faculty Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor N/A A. Medical knowledge of faculty 5 4 3 2 1 0 B. Clinical skills of faculty 5 4 3 2 1 0 C. Treatment of residents 5 4 3 2 1 0 D. Teaching skills of faculty 5 4 3 2 1 0 E. Accessibility 5 4 3 2 1 0 F. Feedback from faculty 5 4 3 2 1 0V. Resident Input Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor N/A A. Input on faculty evaluations 5 4 3 2 1 0 B. Resident input on stated goals and objectives 5 4 3 2 1 0 C. Resident input on patient care activities 5 4 3 2 1 0 D. Resident ability to express concerns without fear of retaliation 5 4 3 2 1 0VI. Resident Quality of life Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor N/A A. Ability to balance residency demands and personal commitments 5 4 3 2 1 0 B. Ability to participate in family and/or community activities 5 4 3 2 1 0 C. Compliance with duty hours 5 4 3 2 1 0VII. Satisfaction with program Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor N/A A. Extent to which education prepares residents for career objectives 5 4 3 2 1 0 B. Match of educational experience with program stated goals 5 4 3 2 1 0 C. Resident opportunity to participate in research 5 4 3 2 1 0 D. Resident role as a member of the team 5 4 3 2 1 0
  • 48 D&V MD ProgrammVIII. Program Overall Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor N/A A. Program Directors 5 4 3 2 1 0 B. Department Chair 5 4 3 2 1 0 C. Resident support 5 4 3 2 1 0 D. Faculty 5 4 3 2 1 0 E. Resident input 5 4 3 2 1 0 F. Resident Quality of life 5 4 3 2 1 0 G. Satisfaction with program 5 4 3 2 1 0
  • 49 D&V MD ProgrammDERMATOLOGY &VENEREOLOGY MD DOCTORATEHead of dept:Prof Ahmad K.Al-Garf,MDProgramme Code DVMDDate of approval December 2010Date of update last updating January 2012Date of comingupdating January 2014Place of issuning Dermatology&Venereology Dept.,ZU