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Student Skills Development-Majmah Prof Faroque A Khan M, B(Kmr) Master American College of Physicians Student Skills Development-Majmah Prof Faroque A Khan M, B(Kmr) Master American College of Physicians Program Director-IM & Pulmonary Consultant KFMC-Riyadh. —IRB/FOM Majmah University Riyadh April, 2012 1

HOD Meeting @ Majmah. Student Skills-Apr 8 th 2012. n n n n Quality HOD Meeting @ Majmah. Student Skills-Apr 8 th 2012. n n n n Quality of students admitted. Language & computer skills. Preparatory year. Out of scope teaching. Student activities. Clubs, scientific talent. Matching grads to labor market. Academic advising. 2

Communication’s Across Dept. n n DOM Experience @NUMC-New York. 11 Divisions-33 consultants-200 plus staff Communication’s Across Dept. n n DOM Experience @NUMC-New York. 11 Divisions-33 consultants-200 plus staff and trainees. Monthly DOM meeting—introduced rotational research presentations. Hem/Onc and ID interaction— Coagulation disorders. 3

Student’s—My Experience. n n n Stony Brook Faculty 1971 -2011 -Few thousand medical students. Student’s—My Experience. n n n Stony Brook Faculty 1971 -2011 -Few thousand medical students. P. D-QHC NY--pulmonary-10 yrs-60 plus Chair Medicine NUMC 12 yrs-300 plus-KFMC 5 yrs— 3 yrs student exchange. 60 + consultants, 300 +internists, exchange KFMC/FOM, examiner Jordan. 4

Overseas Student Experience n n n Jordan—Exchange students @ NUMC BHNC Trainees from Kashmir Overseas Student Experience n n n Jordan—Exchange students @ NUMC BHNC Trainees from Kashmir @ KFMC ACP International Fellowship Program. Cultural & Language Challenges. Edited a book dealing : IMG’s in USA— Guide for Applicants and Program Directors—Published by ACP. 5

GLOBAL VILLAGE-East to West and now West to East. GLOBAL VILLAGE-East to West and now West to East.

Majmah Student-FK as Student. n n n Disciplinary Problem in 6 th gradeinnovative solution-skipped Majmah Student-FK as Student. n n n Disciplinary Problem in 6 th gradeinnovative solution-skipped a grade. Stony Brook 1 st batch 1971—PBL curriculum, focus on Chest. Teaching session—feedback at session. Outcome—Teacher of the year. Jordan Experience as examiner – Brucellosis. 9

Student Skills-Supervisors Role n n n Clear about role & responsibilty. Is available 24/7, Student Skills-Supervisors Role n n n Clear about role & responsibilty. Is available 24/7, Is approachable-ex “Feel free to call me at any time” rather than “Call me when there is a problem”. Sets example by ‘doing’ and not just “saying”. FK to DOM: ”I will never ask you to do something which I will not do myself. ” 10

HOD Meeting @ Majmah. Student Skills-Apr 8 th 2012. n n n Quality of HOD Meeting @ Majmah. Student Skills-Apr 8 th 2012. n n n Quality of students admitted. Language skills—Middlebury College. Preparatory year. -Involve faculty. Out of scope teaching. Off shore school’s experience Student activities. —Sports, picnics. Matching with labor market. Great idea 11

Student Skills-Majmah n n Core Values: Professionalism, Team work, Honesty, Responsibility, Life long learning, Student Skills-Majmah n n Core Values: Professionalism, Team work, Honesty, Responsibility, Life long learning, Justice, Fairness and Discipline. Few illustrative case studies. Medical issues—student refuses to take clerkship exam. House officer has a ‘temper tantrum” 12

Student Evaluation and Assessment. Dynamic Process. Program Implementation Appropriate Modification Student Evaluation- Reflection and Student Evaluation and Assessment. Dynamic Process. Program Implementation Appropriate Modification Student Evaluation- Reflection and feedback 13

Contemporary Views Regarding Program/Student Evaluation n n Many different strategies may be employed, however Contemporary Views Regarding Program/Student Evaluation n n Many different strategies may be employed, however all evaluation methods are prone to bias reducing reliability. Thus the importance of multiple evaluations by different evaluators which collectively can provide strong evidence regarding curriculum evaluation. 14

Student with “Problems” n n n Problem is the: ? Student- ? System ? Student with “Problems” n n n Problem is the: ? Student- ? System ? Supervisor. Good Supervisors Qualities: Clear about role & responsibilty Is available 24/7, Is approachable-ex “Feel free to call me at any time” rather than “Call me when there is a problem” 15

Problem Student? n n n Does he/she really belong in this field? What is Problem Student? n n n Does he/she really belong in this field? What is the ‘home’ situation like? Are there any health related issues— professionals do get sick. (Bipolar, Dysl. ) Any underlying financial/marital issues? Ex—Clerk at NUMC refused to take clerkship exam--? Why. 16

In Some Cases No Need for Guidelines. In Some Cases No Need for Guidelines.

Nobel Laureate Prof L. Ignarro. Nobel Laureate Prof L. Ignarro.

Bottom Line n n n Motivated, inquisitive interested student. Interested, respectful, compassionate, competent teacher/guide/mentor. Bottom Line n n n Motivated, inquisitive interested student. Interested, respectful, compassionate, competent teacher/guide/mentor. The educational system needs a total overhaul and revisit if our community wants to compete at international level.