Medicine & Health

Jobs Aspects:

    Physician or Doctor:




    Physical Therapist:

    Occupational Therapist:

    Medical Laboratory Scientist:

    Radiologic Technologist:

    Physician Assistant:

    Nurse Practitioner:

    Pharmaceutical Researcher or Scientist:

    Healthcare Administrator:

    Public Health Professional:

    Clinical Research Coordinator:

    Health Informatics Specialist:

    Mental Health Counselor or Psychologist:

    Health Educator:

    Medical Writer:

    Medical Illustrator or Animator:

    Nutritionist or Dietitian:

    Medical Sales Representative:

    Biomedical Engineer:

    Healthcare Consultant:

    Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Paramedic:


Learning Outcomes

    Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of human anatomy and physiology.

    Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to diagnose and treat medical conditions.

    Develop effective communication skills for interacting with patients, colleagues, and healthcare teams.

    Exhibit ethical and professional behavior in all healthcare interactions.

    Utilize evidence-based practices to make informed healthcare decisions.

    Demonstrate proficiency in medical research and data analysis.

    Master the clinical skills necessary for patient care, including physical examination, diagnostic testing, and treatment techniques.

    Collaborate effectively within multidisciplinary healthcare teams to provide holistic patient care.

    Understand and address healthcare disparities and social determinants of health.

    Stay current with advances in medical knowledge and technology through lifelong learning and professional development.

    Provide compassionate and patient-centered care, considering cultural competence and diversity.

    Comply with legal and regulatory requirements in healthcare practice.

    Engage in community and public health initiatives to promote wellness and disease prevention.

    Exhibit leadership and management skills in healthcare settings.

    Foster a commitment to continuous improvement and quality assurance in healthcare delivery.

    Demonstrate empathy and resilience in the face of the challenges of the healthcare profession.

    Contribute to healthcare policy and advocacy efforts to improve the health of individuals and communities.

    Uphold patient confidentiality and privacy in all healthcare interactions.

    Understand and apply principles of medical ethics, including informed consent and end-of-life care.

    Prepare for and successfully pass licensing and certification examinations as required for their chosen healthcare profession.

Courses Under This Faculty

    Anatomy and Physiology:

    Medical Terminology:





    Medical Ethics and Professionalism:

    Healthcare Management:


    Nutrition and Dietetics:

    Clinical Medicine:

    Medical Imaging:

    Nursing Fundamentals:

    Pharmacy Practice:

    Dentistry and Oral Health:

    Physical Therapy/Physiotherapy:

    Occupational Therapy:

    Public Health:

    Psychology in Healthcare:

    Health Informatics:

    Biomedical Sciences:

    Medical Research Methods:

    Medical Genetics:

    Medical Law and Ethics:

    Rehabilitation Medicine:

    Palliative Care:

    Environmental Health:

    Alternative and Complementary Medicine: