Al-Tibri Medical College Graduates Outcome

Graduate Competencies:

1. Medical Expert


3. Collaborator

4. Leader

5.Health advocate



Program learning Outcomes:

By the end of five years MBBS program, graduates should be able to:
  1. Construct a management plan for common medical and surgical conditions
  2. Perform common clinical procedural skills
  3. Realize social determinants of health in real life
  4. Demonstrate professional values which include excellence, teamwork, responsibility, compassion, empathy, honesty and integrity
  5. Communicate effectively with patients, attendants, colleagues and other members of the health care team
  6. Conduct research for improvement of health care
Professional values and behaviors

At the end of MBBS program the medical graduates must be able to:
  1. Apply medical knowledge and clinical skills to practice safely and competently.
  2. Demonstrate professional behavior and professional responsibilities to address the fundamental needs of the patient.
  3. Adopt the application of ethical reasoning to situations arising in health care practice.
  4. Seek caring attitude and compassions to the needs of self, patient and their families, colleagues and the community.
  5. Demonstrate the ability to work effectively within a multi-professionals team with integrity and enthusiasm and to assume a leadership role when appropriate and accept and support leadership by others.
  6. Apply knowledge of the principles of the legal framework and relevant legislations in their practicing jurisdiction.
  7. Demonstrate the ability to lead and collaborate with other health professionals in health and safety, health promotion and disease prevention.
  8. Apply quality improvement principles to improve health practice.
  9. Recognize psychological and sociological needs of the patients and emotional challenges involved in practice.
Professional skills
At the end of MBBS program the medical graduates must be able to:
  1. Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively with patients, their relatives and colleagues from medical and other professions.
  2. Apply appropriate teaching skills and willingness to educate patients, family, the community and colleagues.
  3. Diagnose and manage patients safely in community and other health care settings.
  4. Perform common diagnostic and therapeutic practical procedures safely and effectively.
  5. Adopt a holistic approach to patient management.
  6. Make judgment and clinical decisions based on best available evidence base.

Professional knowledge
At the end of MBBS program the medical graduates must be able to:
  1. Integrate principles of knowledge of basic and clinical sciences to medical practice for patient care.
  2. Employ scientific approach and critical thinking to problem solving and decision making.
  3. Describe scientific processes underlying common prevalent diseases.
  4. Justify fundamental principles and clinical reasoning of common clinical conditions and diseases.
  5. Demonstrate ability to manage and prevent common diseases.
  6. Integrate social and psychological aspects of health and disease into patient care.
  7. Integrate principles of knowledge to promote and advocate promotion of health and prevention of diseases.
  8. Interpret and communicate research evidence to support patients in making informed decisions about treatment and management.
  9. Apply scientific method and approaches to medical research and integrate these with a range of sources of information used to make decisions for care.
  10. Adopt Commitment to professional development and lifelong learning.