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Liaquat National Hospital And Medical College


Summer Camp For Children

 

Date : June 5th to July 21st 2017

Time: 10:00am - 01:00pm

Registration Starting From: May 27th 2017


For Registration And Details Please Contact:
Occupational Therapy Unit
02134412532,



Liaquat National Hospital And Medical College


Application Form for Internship Program in Basic Sciences for Students of A-level (A1 &A2) or Intermediate (Part I & II)

 



Liaquat National Hospital And Medical College


Admission Open 2017-2019
MSc Physiotherapy

 

Last Date : 31st May, 2017

Application Forms are available, with prospectus, from Liaquat National School of Physiotherapy
Tel: 02134412523, 02134412443, 02134412216
Email: lnsop@lnh.edu.pk



Liaquat National Hospital And Medical College


Advanced Airway Management (AAM):

Date : 17th May 2017 (Wednesday)
Last date of registration : 13th May 2017


Basic Life Support (BLS):

Date : 02nd, 08th, 15th, 22nd May 2017 (Monday and Tuesday)
Last date of registration : Before 3 days of class conduct


Interpretation of ECG:

Date : 24th May 2017 (Wednesday)
Last date of registration : 20th May 2017


Organized by: Research and Skills Development Centre


For further information and registration fee, Please contact:
0213-4412437
E-mail : arsalan.raza@lnh.edu.pk




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curriculum & Examination LNMC

Course of Studies


Five Year Plan Of Modular System

Spiral & Year Semester Modules
First Spiral
First Year
Semester-IFoundation Blood, Inflammation and Neoplasia
Semester-IILocomotor Respiratory-ICardiovascular -I
Spiral & Year Semester Modules
First Spiral
Second Year
Semester-III Neurosciences Head & Neck & Special Senses Endocrinology-I
Semester-IV GIT & Liver-I Renal-IReproductive-I
Spiral & Year Semester Modules
Second Spiral
Third Year
Semester-V Infectious Diseases Hematology Respiratory-IICardiovascular-II
Semester-VIGIT & Liver-II Renal-IIEndocrinology-II
Spiral & Year Semester Modules
Second Spiral
Fourth Year
Semester-VII
ENT
Eye
Orthopedics & Trauma Care (Bones & Joints) Reproductive II
Semester-VIII
ENT
Eye
Dermatology Plastic
Surgery&Burns
Neurosciences II GeneticsRehabilitation
Spiral & Year Semester Modules
Third Spiral
Final Year
Semester-IX Problem based approach, Clinical Rotation
(Emergency, ambulatory, Intensive care)
Diagnostic Measures & Hospital Workings,
Communication skills Clinical Skills
Writing & presenting skills,
Article writing Community Health Sciences (CHS)
Behavioral Sciences (BS)
Reproductive Health (RH), Ethics
Semester-X Medicine & Allied (Dermatology/Psychiatry)
Surgery
(Surgical Sub Specialties)
Pediatrics
Gynecology & Obstetrics

Curriculum

Liaquat National Medical College has implemented system-based integrated Spiral Curriculum in accordance with the guidelines of the Pakistan Medical & Dental College and Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU). In Spiral Curriculum, the students are given opportunities to revisit segments of learning throughout their five years of education. This helps them to make links between concepts and develop understanding. As the student progresses to each new phase in the spiral, new information and skills are introduced that build on the information and skills from the previous phase. Thus students gain new knowledge by expanding and developing their existing knowledge.

In this curriculum, students will learn in an integrated mannerby linking basic science knowledge to clinical problems. For example, different organ systemsuch as cardiovascular system (in form of module)will be introduced in MBBS first year with focus on normal and abnormalstructures, andfunction associated with basic and clinical science, hospital and community perspectives. Related to the module, relevant basic and clinical disciplines will be covered for meaningful students’ understanding of the body system. Students’ early exposure to clinics, hospital settings and Skills Lab are essential learning experiences for every module.

Teaching/LearningMethodologies:

  • Interactive Lectures
  • Hospital/Clinicvisits
  • Field Visits
  • Small Group Discussions
  • Case-Based Learning (CBL)
  • Practical sessions
  • Learning clinical skills and procedures in simulated environment
  • Study guide
  • Self-study

Study Guide

LNHMC modular study guide will help students towardsbetter understanding of integration and plan of modular teaching. The study guide will inform students on the outcomes and objectives to be achieved through multiple disciplines, learning experiencesand use of recommended learning resources for self-study. In addition, information on different assessment methods and examination rules for both modular and semester examinations will help students prepare for examinations.

Jinnah Sindh Medical University

  • Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU): LNH&MC is affiliated with the JSMU and implements JSMU curriculum in semester system, which comprises of modules.
  • In one academic year there will be two semesters. The semester duration is approximately sixteen weeks.
  • Each semester may have two to three modules of two to eight weeks duration. For example:
First Year MBBS
Semester Modules Examination
First YearOne Foundation
(8 weeks)
Blood
(8 weeks)
Semester 1
Two Locomotor System
(8 weeks)
Respiratory System
(4 weeks)
Cardiovascular System
(4 weeks)
Semester 2

Examination Rules & Regulations

Semester Examinations Rules of JSMU
  • JSMU schedules Semester Examinations on completion of each semester.
  • In one academic year, two Semester Examinations are scheduled.
  • Semester examination carries 80% weightage
  • Internal evaluation carries 20% marks in theory of JSMUSemester Examination

Internal Evaluation

  • LNMC is responsible for internal evaluation of medical students.
  • Medical students will be assessed continuously throughout everysemester by multiple methods such asmodule exams, quizzes,assignments, modular exams ortutorials.
  • The marks attained in every defined aspect will be compiled,and the finalinternal evaluation will constitute 20% of weightage which will be submitted to JSMU.

Semester Examination Protocols

  • In each semester, theory exam will compriseof MCQs and EMQs (Extended Matching Questions).
  • There will be a separate Theory examination for each module. For example, Semester One will have a separate paper of Foundation module and a separate paper for Blood module.
  • There will be one OSPE (Objective Structured Practical Examination) which will cover all the modules for that semester.InOSPE of Semester One , both Foundation and Blood modules will be assessed.

Assessment of Knowledge

  • Each theory paper comprises of 80 one best type MCQs and 20 EMQs
  • Time duration for theory paper is 120 minutes.
  • Students mark their responses on JSMU specified response sheets assessed by computer software.
  • It carries 80% contribution in theory results of the respective Semester.

Assessment of Practical Skills and Application of Knowledge

  • OSPE: This is Objective Structured Practical Examination.
  • It is held at the respective college unless specified by JSMU.
  • OSPE is scheduled in two shifts (depending on number of candidates).
  • It may comprise between 12- 25 stations.
  • Each station is generally allocated10 marks.
  • All students begin and end at the same time.
  • The content assessed is the same for all students.
  • The time allocated for each station is the same.

JSMU Grading System

  • It will be based on GPA – 4 system.
  • A candidate obtaining GPA less than 2.00 (50%) is declared un-graded (fail).
  • Cumulative transcript is issued at the end of clearance of all modules.

Retake Examination

  • It is held once a year, that is, after the even number semesters. For example, at the end of second, fourth, sixth, eighth or tenth semester.
  • Retake examinations are for those students who fail in semester examinations, and who wish to improve grades (GPA) secured in semester examinations.
  • The candidate who has passed the semester examinations with GPA less than 3.0 GPA may re-appear in respective retake examination to improve grades.
  • MBBS first year Candidates failing in retake examinations may re-appear in semesters’ examinations of the following year. The format is exactly the same as in semester examinations.The failures are to re-appear in subsequent examinations.

Promotion to next class

  • Students who pass both semester examinations are promoted from first year to second year.
  • Students who fail the MBBS first year semester retake examination will be promoted to second year.
  • Clearance of all modules and their components of semester one to four are mandatory for promotion from second year to third year (as per PMDC rules).
  • As per PMDC rules any candidate failing to clear a module or its component in four (1+3) attempts is not allowed to carry out further medical education.


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