Pathophysiology

B3.9-Pathophysiology

CourseName

Code

Semester

Theory
(hours/week)

Application
(hours/week)

Credit

ECTS

Pathophysiology

B3.9

5

3

1

4

4

Prequisites Normal physiology, anatomy, biochemistry.
Course language
English
Course type Must 
Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face 
Learning and teaching strategies Lecture
Discussion
Question and Answer
Instructor (s) Gulira Kamal kyzy
Course objective Study of the pathology of diseases and injuries across the life span. Topics include etiology, symptoms, and the physical and psychological reactions to diseases and injuries.
Learning outcomes

1. Distinguish environmental factors, physical, psychosocial, and cognitive characteristics of various diseases and conditions.

2. Identify implications of therapeutic interventions for diseases and conditions.

3. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the concepts and elements of disease.

4. Demonstrate an understanding of the mechanisms of diseases, the diagnosis of diseases, and the treatment of diseases.

5. Understand the pharmacological treatment of diseases or conditions.

6. Discuss common laboratory and diagnostic tests.

Course Content The purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of factors that contribute to the occurrence of various diseases, mechanisms of disease development, human organism reaction to diseases, clinical signs and symptoms and how those diseases may be treated. Students will learn how to recognize mechanisms of disease development, risk factors and the signs and symptoms of diseases that may be found in a health record.
References

Pathoma Lecture Notes.2017

Text Book of Pathology – 6th ed. 2010

Textbook of Medical Physiology – 11th edition, 2005

Pubmed: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/

Uptodate: https://www.uptodate.com/home

Course outline weekly

Weeks

Topics

Week 1 Introduction. The subject and tasks of pathophysiology. Basic concepts of general nosology.

The concept of «norm», «health», «illness». General etiology and pathogenesis.

Week 2 Growth Adaptations, Cellular injury and Cell Death. Amyloidosis.
Week 3 Inflammation, Inflammatory Disorders, and Wound Healing. Acute inflammation.
Week 4 Hemostasis and Related Disorders. Primary and secondary hemostasis

Hemostasis diseases: hypocoagulobility, hypercoagulability: Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP). Hemophilia A. Hemophilia B. Von Willebrand disease. Anemia

Week 5 White Blood cell disorders.

Leukopenia and Leukocytosis. Infectious Mononucleosis.

Week 6 Module week
Week 7 Gastrointestinal Pathology: oral cavity, salivary gland, esophagus: Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), Barret’s esophagus. Stomach: Acute and chronic gastritis, Peptic ulcer disease.
Week 8 Small Bowel: Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD): Ulcerative colitis vs Chorn disease. Colon: Hirschprung disease
Week 9 Kidney and Urinary Tract Pathology. Acute renal failure: Pre-renal azotemia, Intra-renal azotemia, Post-renal azotemia.
Week 10

Nephrotic Syndrome: membranous nephropathy, membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis.

Nephritic Syndrome: post- streptococcus glomerulonephrits, Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis (RPGN), Goodpasture syndrome

Week 11 Midterm
Week 12 Pathology of endocrine system: Anterior and posterior pituitary gland. Nonfunctional and functional tumors of anterior Pituitary. Hypopituitarism.
Week 13 Adrenal glands: Adrenal cortex. Medulla. Disorders of adrenal cortex: Addison disease, Cushing’s syndrome. Hyperaldesteronism. Medulla disorders. Pheochromocytoma.
Week 14 Thyroid gland: Thyroxine. Triiodthyronine. Hyperthyroidism (thyrotoxicosis). Grave’s diseases. Hypothyroidism. Cretinism. Mixedema.
Week 15 Thyroiditis. Hashimoto’s disease. Parathyroid glands. Vitamin D. PTH hormone. Primary hyperparathyroidism. Secondary hyperparathyroidism. Hypoparathyroidism. Pseudohypoparathyroidism.
Week 16 Endocrine Pancreas. Type 1 diabetus mellitus. Type 2 diabetus mellitus. Pancreatic endocrine tumor. Gonads. Steroid hormones: Testosterone. Estrogen and Progesterone.
Week 17 Midterm
Week 18 Final exam

Assesment methods

Course activities

Number

Percentage

Attendance 1 10
Laboratory 0 0
Application 0 0
Field activities 0 0
Specific practical training 0 0
Assignments 2 20
Presentation 0 0
Project 0 0
Seminar 0 0
Midterms 3 70

Total

100

Percentage of semester activities contributing grade success 0 60
Percentage of final exam contributing grade success 0 40

Total

100

WORKLOAD AND ECTS CALCULATION

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Work Load

Course Duration (x14)

30

2

60

Laboratory

0

0

0

Application

17

1

17

Specific practical training

0

0

0

Field activities

0

0

0

Study Hours Out of Class (Preliminary work, reinforcement, ect)

15

2

30

Presentation / Seminar Preparation

0

0

0

Project

0

0

0

Homework assignment

0

0

0

Preparation for midtermexams

3

2

6

Midterms (Study duration)

3

1

3

Preparation for final exam

1

2

2

Final Exam (Study duration)

1

2

2

Total Workload

120

Matrix Of The Course Learning Outcomes Versus Program Outcomes

D.9. Key Learning Outcomes Contrubition level*
1 2 3 4 5

Explains the basic structure, development and physiological functioning of the body at the level of molecules, cells, tissues, organs and systems.

X

Defines the causes of diseases, mechanisms of occurrence and changes in affected organs with information based on scientific data.

 X

Evaluates and applies the principles of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of diseases and epidemiology and reduction of common diseases in the community.

Evaluate national and international health systems in the context of health policies, finance and administration.

Know the research processes that constitute the basis of medical knowledge and have the knowledge of foreign language to follow the developments in this field.

Takes a medical history from the patient and, if necessary, from his relatives.

 X

Performs physical examination of patients, evaluates clinical, laboratory and radiological and findings of common diseases and applies diagnosis and treatment processes using appropriate process steps.

 X

Recognizes life-threatening situations, makes appropriate first treatment and directs when necessary.

Performs preventive medical services.

Keeps medical and forensic records in accordance with legal regulations, gives importance to the confidentiality of patient information and prepares and presents patient information when necessary.

Plans and performs the processes for the prevention and health promotion in the context of individuals and community.

Gain the competency to work independently and take responsibility in compulsory situations.

 X

Demonstrate a lifelong learning behavior towards professional and social changes.

X

Fulfills his responsibilities as within the framework of professional values, ethical principles and legislations without discriminating on the basis of race, gender, religion, social and cultural.

Takes part in the teamwork with his colleagues and health care workers for the disease prevention and health promotion.

 X

Follow the scientific and technological developments in medical practice.

X

*1 Lowest, 2 Low, 3 Average, 4 High, 5 Highest

Pathological anatomy — 6

B.3.8 — Pathological anatomy

CourseName

Code

Semester

Theory
(hours/week)

Application
(hours/week)

Credit

ECTS

Pathological anatomy

B.3.8

6

3

2

5

5

Prequisites Normal physiology, anatomy, biochemistry.
Course language English
Course type Must 
Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face 
Learning and teaching strategies Lecture
Discussion
Question and Answer
Instructor (s) Kudaibergen Osmonaliev
Course objective Study of the pathology of diseases and injuries across the life span. Topics include etiology, symptoms, and the physical and psychological reactions to diseases and injuries.
Learning outcomes

1. Distinguish environmental factors, physical, psychosocial, and cognitive characteristics of various diseases and conditions.

2. Identify implications of therapeutic interventions for diseases and conditions.

3. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the concepts and elements of disease.

4. Demonstrate an understanding of the mechanisms of diseases, the diagnosis of diseases, and the treatment of diseases.

5. Understand the pharmacological treatment of diseases or conditions.

6. Discuss common laboratory and diagnostic tests.

Course Content The purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of factors that contribute to the occurrence of various diseases, mechanisms of disease development, human organism reaction to diseases, clinical signs and symptoms and how those diseases may be treated. Students will learn how to recognize mechanisms of disease development, risk factors and the signs and symptoms of diseases that may be found in a health record.
References
  1. Pathoma Lecture Notes.2017

  2. Text Book of Pathology – 6th ed. 2010

3.Textbook of Medical Physiology – 11th edition, 2005

4.Pubmed: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/

5.Uptodate: https://www.uptodate.com/home

Course outline weekly

Weeks

Topics

Week 1 Respiratory system pathology: Pathology of nasopharynx, larynx diseases, pulmonary infectious: pneumonia, tuberculosis. Pathology of restrictive pulmonary diseases: Idipathic pulmonary fibrosis, pneumoconiosis, sarcoidosis, hypersensitivity pneumonitis.
Week 2

Pathology of COPD: Chronic bronchitis, emphysema, asthma, bronchoectasis.

Pulmonary hypertension pathology, Respiratory distress syndrome.

Week 3 Pathology of Vasculitis: large, medium, small vessels.

Systemic Hypertension: primary, secondary.

Week 4 Pathology of arteriosclerosis: atherosclerosis, arteriolosclerosis. Ischemic heart disease pathology: Angina pectoris, myocardial infarction, sudden cardiac death, chronic ischemic heart disease.
Week 5 Pathology of congestive heart failure: left-sided heart failure, right-sided heart failure, acute and chronic heart failure, systolic and diastolic heart failure. Pathology of valvular disorders: Acute and chronic rheumatic fever. Aortic stenosis, aortic regurgitation, mitral valve prolapsed, mitral valve regurgitation, mitral stenosis.
Week 6 Pathology of Endocarditis, cardiomyopathy: dilated, hypertrophic, restrictive.

Module week.

Week 7 Central nervous system pathology: Spinal cord lesions: seringomyelia, poliomyelitis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Meningitis pathology.
Week 8

Pathology of Cerebrovascular diseases: stroke, global cerebral ischemia, ischemic stroke,

Hemorrhagic stroke: intracerebral stroke, subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Week 9

Pathology of trauma: Subdural and epidural hematoma, Herniation. Demyelinating Disorders: Leukodystrophy, Multiple sclerosis.

Week 10

Pathology of Dementia and Degenerative Disorders: Alzhimers, Vascular dementia, Frontotemporal dementia (pick disease), normal pressure hydrocephalous, Spongiform encephalopathy. Parkinson’s and dementia with lewy bodies, Huntingtons disease.

Week 11 Module week.
Week 12 Pathology of Musculosceletal system: Achondroplasia, Osteogenesisimprefecta, Osteopetrosis, Rickets/Osteomalacia, Osteoporosis
Week 13 Pathology of Paget disease of bone, Osteomyelitis

Disorders of pigmentation and melanocytes

Week 14 Pathology Degenerative joint disease, Rheumatoid arthritis,

Seronegative Spondyloarthropathy, Gout

Week 15 Pathology of Dearmatomyositis vs polymysosits, Myasthenia gravis vs Lambert-Eaton syndrome
Week 16 Inflammatory dermatoses: Atopic Dermatitis (Eczematous), Contact dermatitis, Acne Vulgaris, Psoriasis, Lichen Planus

Blistering Dermatoses: Pemphigus Vulgaris, Bullous Pemphigoid, Dermatitis Herpetiformis, Erythema Multiforme

Infectiuos disorders: Impetigo, Cellulitis, Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome

Week 17 Midterm
Week 18 Final exam

Assesment methods

Course activities

Number

Percentage

Attendance 1

10

Laboratory 0

0

Application 0

0

Field activities 0

0

Specific practical training 0

0

Assignments 2

20

Presentation 0

0

Project 0

0

Seminar 0

0

Midterms 3

70

Total

100

Percentage of semester activities contributing grade succes 0

60

Percentage of final exam contributing grade succes 0

40

Total

100

WORKLOAD AND ECTS CALCULATION

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Work Load

Course Duration

30

3

90

Laboratory

0

0

0

Application

0

0

0

Specific practical training

0

0

0

Field activities

0

0

0

Study Hours Out of Class (Preliminary work, reinforcement, ect)

2

2

44

Presentation / Seminar Preparation

0

0

0

Project

0

0

0

Homework assignment

0

0

0

Preparation for midtermexams

3

2

6

Midterms

3

2

6

Preparation for final exam

1

2

2

Final Exam

1

2

2

Total Workload

150

Matrix Of The Course Learning Outcomes Versus Program Outcomes

D.9. Key Learning Outcomes Contrubition level*
1 2 3 4 5

Explains the basic structure, development and physiological functioning of the body at the level of molecules, cells, tissues, organs and systems.

X

Defines the causes of diseases, mechanisms of occurrence and changes in affected organs with information based on scientific data.

 X

Evaluates and applies the principles of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of diseases and epidemiology and reduction of common diseases in the community.

Evaluate national and international health systems in the context of health policies, finance and administration.

Know the research processes that constitute the basis of medical knowledge and have the knowledge of foreign language to follow the developments in this field.

Takes a medical history from the patient and, if necessary, from his relatives.

 X

Performs physical examination of patients, evaluates clinical, laboratory and radiological and findings of common diseases and applies diagnosis and treatment processes using appropriate process steps.

 X

Recognizes life-threatening situations, makes appropriate first treatment and directs when necessary.

Performs preventive medical services.

Keeps medical and forensic records in accordance with legal regulations, gives importance to the confidentiality of patient information and prepares and presents patient information when necessary.

Plans and performs the processes for the prevention and health promotion in the context of individuals and community.

Gain the competency to work independently and take responsibility in compulsory situations.

 X

Demonstrate a lifelong learning behavior towards professional and social changes.

X

Fulfills his responsibilities as within the framework of professional values, ethical principles and legislations without discriminating on the basis of race, gender, religion, social and cultural.

Takes part in the teamwork with his colleagues and health care workers for the disease prevention and health promotion.

 X

Follow the scientific and technological developments in medical practice.

X

*1 Lowest, 2 Low, 3 Average, 4 High, 5 Highest

Pathological anatomy — 5

B.3.8 — Pathological anatomy

CourseName

Code

Semester

Theory
(hours/week)

Application
(hours/week)

Credit

ECTS

Pathological anatomy

B.3.8

5

3

1

4

4

Prequisites Normal anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry.
Course language
English
Course type Must 
Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face 
Learning and teaching strategies Lecture
Discussion
Question and Answer
Instructor (s) Kudaibergen Osmonaliev
Course objective Study of the pathology of diseases and injuries across the life span. Topics include etiology, symptoms, and the physical and psychological reactions to diseases and injuries.
Learning outcomes

1. Distinguish environmental factors, physical, psychosocial, and cognitive characteristics of various diseases and conditions.

2. Identify implications of therapeutic interventions for diseases and conditions.

3. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the concepts and elements of disease.

4. Demonstrate an understanding of the mechanisms of diseases, the diagnosis of diseases, and the treatment of diseases.

5. Understand the pharmacological treatment of diseases or conditions.

6. Discuss common laboratory and diagnostic tests.

Course Content The purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of factors that contribute to the occurrence of various diseases, mechanisms of disease development, human organism reaction to diseases, clinical signs and symptoms and how those diseases may be treated. Students will learn how to recognize mechanisms of disease development, risk factors and the signs and symptoms of diseases that may be found in a health record.
References
  1. Pathoma Lecture Notes.2017

  2. Text Book of Pathology – 6th ed. 2010

3.Textbook of Medical Physiology – 11th edition, 2005

4.Pubmed: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/

5.Uptodate: https://www.uptodate.com/home

Course outline weekly

Weeks

Topics

Week 1 Introduction. The subject and tasks of pathophysiology. Basic concepts of general nosology.

The concept of «norm», «health», «illness». General etiology and pathogenesis.

Week 2 Growth Adaptations, Cellular injury and Cell Death. Amyloidosis.
Week 3 Inflammation, Inflammatory Disorders, and Wound Healing. Acute inflammation.
Week 4 Hemostasis and Related Disorders. Primary and secondary hemostasis

Hemostasis diseases: hypocoagulobility, hypercoagulability: Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP). Hemophilia A. Hemophilia B. Von Willebrand disease. Anemia

Week 5 White Blood cell disorders.

Leukopenia and Leukocytosis. Infectious Mononucleosis.

Week 6 Module week
Week 7 Gastrointestinal Pathology: oral cavity, salivary gland, esophagus: Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), Barret’s esophagus. Stomach: Acute and chronic gastritis, Peptic ulcer disease.
Week 8 Small Bowel: Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD): Ulcerative colitis vs Chorn disease. Colon: Hirschprung disease
Week 9 Kidney and Urinary Tract Pathology. Acute renal failure: Pre-renal azotemia, Intra-renal azotemia, Post-renal azotemia.
Week 10

Nephrotic Syndrome: membranous nephropathy, membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis.

Nephritic Syndrome: post- streptococcus glomerulonephrits, Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis (RPGN), Goodpasture syndrome

Week 11 Midterm
Week 12 Pathology of endocrine system: Anterior and posterior pituitary gland. Nonfunctional and functional tumors of anterior Pituitary. Hypopituitarism.
Week 13 Adrenal glands: Adrenal cortex. Medulla. Disorders of adrenal cortex: Addison disease, Cushing’s syndrome. Hyperaldesteronism. Medulla disorders. Pheochromocytoma.
Week 14 Thyroid gland: Thyroxine. Triiodthyronine. Hyperthyroidism (thyrotoxicosis). Grave’s diseases. Hypothyroidism. Cretinism. Mixedema.
Week 15 Thyroiditis. Hashimoto’s disease. Parathyroid glands. Vitamin D. PTH hormone. Primary hyperparathyroidism. Secondary hyperparathyroidism. Hypoparathyroidism. Pseudohypoparathyroidism.
Week 16 Endocrine Pancreas. Type 1 diabetus mellitus. Type 2 diabetus mellitus. Pancreatic endocrine tumor. Gonads. Steroid hormones: Testosterone. Estrogen and Progesterone.
Week 17 Midterm
Week 18 Final exam

Assesment methods

Course activities

Number

Percentage

Attendance 1 10
Laboratory 0 0
Application 0 0
Field activities 0 0
Specific practical training 0 0
Assignments 2 20
Presentation 0 0
Project 0 0
Seminar 0 0
Midterms 3 70

Total

100

Percentage of semester activities contributing grade success 0 60
Percentage of final exam contributing grade success 0 40

Total

100

WORKLOAD AND ECTS CALCULATION

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Work Load

Course Duration (x14)

30

2

60

Laboratory

0

0

0

Application

17

1

17

Specific practical training

0

0

0

Field activities

0

0

0

Study Hours Out of Class (Preliminary work, reinforcement, ect)

15

2

30

Presentation / Seminar Preparation

0

0

0

Project

0

0

0

Homework assignment

0

0

0

Preparation for midtermexams

3

2

6

Midterms (Study duration)

3

1

3

Preparation for final exam

1

2

2

Final Exam (Study duration)

1

2

2

Total Workload

120

Matrix Of The Course Learning Outcomes Versus Program Outcomes

D.9. Key Learning Outcomes Contrubition level*
1 2 3 4 5

Explains the basic structure, development and physiological functioning of the body at the level of molecules, cells, tissues, organs and systems.

X

Defines the causes of diseases, mechanisms of occurrence and changes in affected organs with information based on scientific data.

 X

Evaluates and applies the principles of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of diseases and epidemiology and reduction of common diseases in the community.

Evaluate national and international health systems in the context of health policies, finance and administration.

Know the research processes that constitute the basis of medical knowledge and have the knowledge of foreign language to follow the developments in this field.

Takes a medical history from the patient and, if necessary, from his relatives.

 X

Performs physical examination of patients, evaluates clinical, laboratory and radiological and findings of common diseases and applies diagnosis and treatment processes using appropriate process steps.

 X

Recognizes life-threatening situations, makes appropriate first treatment and directs when necessary.

Performs preventive medical services.

Keeps medical and forensic records in accordance with legal regulations, gives importance to the confidentiality of patient information and prepares and presents patient information when necessary.

Plans and performs the processes for the prevention and health promotion in the context of individuals and community.

Gain the competency to work independently and take responsibility in compulsory situations.

 X

Demonstrate a lifelong learning behavior towards professional and social changes.

X

Fulfills his responsibilities as within the framework of professional values, ethical principles and legislations without discriminating on the basis of race, gender, religion, social and cultural.

Takes part in the teamwork with his colleagues and health care workers for the disease prevention and health promotion.

 X

Follow the scientific and technological developments in medical practice.

X

*1 Lowest, 2 Low, 3 Average, 4 High, 5 Highest

Basic and clinical pharmacology — 6

B.3.7- Basic and clinical pharmacology

Course Name

Code

Semester

Theory
(hours/week)

Application
(hours/week)

Credit

ECTS

Basic and clinical pharmacology

B.3.7

5th

3

1

4

4

Prequisites General chemistry, biochemistry, anatomy, normal physiology, microbiology
Course language
English
Course type Must 
Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face 
Learning and teaching strategies Lecture
Discussion
Question and Answer
Instructor (s) Professor Dr. Osman Gokalp
Course objective

To know the desired and undesirable effects of drugs in the treatment of diseases. We aim to individualize treatments according to each patient. By taking briefly the history of drug development, we aim to make new treatments possible in the light of their experiences so that they can use pharmacology information in the effective treatment applications with the least unwanted effect from the smallest to the largest. We aim to use pharmacology principles in providing diagnosis, treatment and preventive services to patients. In addition, while providing services such as consultancy, education and research, we also aim to practice basic and clinical pharmacology knowledge. Knowing that the drug may be a double-sided knife, we aim to stay away from any practical applications such as polypharmacy and to live in principle as a principle. We aim to do business in common. We aim to gain the distinction of being a multi-lingual physician in order to reach more information in the world.

Learning outcomes

To learn general information and concepts about pharmacology and molecular pharmacology, to learn about the target molecules of the drugs, ion channels, enzymes,

to know the molecules of molecules, molecular models in drug-receptor interaction and radioligand binding methods.

to have knowledge about the mechanisms of action of intracellular molecules or drugs that target cell components, to understand and interpret drugs or treatment modalities that play a role in physiological and / or pathological processes, which molecular structures and / or which molecular processes are effective in treatment or prophylaxis, gain the skill of evaluation and systematically transfer what they have learned.

Course Content

This course is designed mainly for medical students to understand the medical pharmacology that it covers general pharmacology, cardiovascular pharmacology,neuronal pharmacology, chemotherapeutics, gastro intestinal pharmacolology, endocrin pharmacology and urogenıtal pharmacology, and autonomic pharmacology.

In order to foster a student’s ability to analyze and solve problems in their future clinical career, the course will provide the conceptual basis for understanding pathophisiology and particularly address the fundamental mechanisms of their pathogenicity. It will also provide opportunities for a student to develop both informatic and diagnostic skills in pharmacology, including the practical application and interpretation of laboratory tests for the treatment of diseases.

The faculty also wish to instill in students the love for learning, the ability to think for themselves, the desire to use knowledge creatively for the benefit of all people, and the appreciation of the beauty found in the natural world that we all share. This course is also being aimed developing students’ self-learning skills in the field for their obligations as life-long learning and engender the idea of teamwork as a necessary element of the conduct of modern medicine.

References

Basic and Clinical Pharmacology 14E by Bertram Katzung; Anthony Trevor

Goodman and Gilman’s the Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, 13th Edition by Randa Hilal-Dandan; Bjorn Knollman; Laurence Brunton

Lippincott Pharmacology Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology

Lange Pharmacology Rang & Dale’s Pharmacology, 8th Edition (Latest Edition)

Katzung Pharmacology Katzung Basic & Clinical Pharmacology 13 th edition 2015 

Basic and Clinical Pharmacology, ed.14 by Bertram G. Katzung; Anthony J. Trevor

Course outline weekly

Weeks

Topics

Week 1 Introduction to Pharmacology

Pharmacokinetics; Drugs of Membrane Permeation and Absorption

Distribution of Drugs in Body

Biotransformation of Drugs

Week 2 Elimination of Drugs

The Way of Drug Use and Pharmaceutical Forms

Pharmacodynamics; Quantitative and Quantal Dosage-Response Curves

Signal Mechanisms

Week 3 Factors Altering Drugs Effects

Drug-Drug and Drug-Food Interactions

Overview of Toxic Effects of Drugs

Week 4 Drugs Used in the Treatment of Anemia

Pharmacovigilance: Drug Safety Monitoring

Pharmacovigilance Practice

Week 5 Drug Development and Testing

Toxicology; Theraphy of Poisinoning

Immunomodulators

Week 6 Mid term
Week 7 Antineoplastic Drugs

Antibacterial Agents

Inhibitors of Cell-Wall Synthesis

Inhibitors of Bacterial Protein Synthesis

Week 8 Inhibitors of Nucleic Acid Synthesis

Antitubercular Drugs

Week 9 Antiprotozoal and Antimalarial Drugs

Anthelmintic Drugs

Week 10 Antiviral Drugs

Antifungal Drugs

Antiseptics and Disinfectants

Week 11 Drugs Used to Treat Peptic Ulcer

Antiemetics and Antidiarrhoeals

Week 12

Mid term

Week 13 Laxative and Purgative Drugs

Drugs Related to Hypothalamic and Pituitary Hormones

Glucocorticoids

Drugs Used in Obesity

Week 14 Drugs Used for Bone and Mineral Disorders

Antithyroid Agents

Drugs Used in Diabetes

Steroid Hormones

Week 15 Androgens Anabolic Steroids and Antiandrogens

Oxytocic Drugs

Pharmacogenetics

Week 16 Drug Use During Pregnancy and Teratogenicity

Calciotropic Drugs, capsules, etc., and their related with clinic practice.

Week 17 Mid term
Week 18 Final exam

Assesment methods

Course activities

Number

Percentage

Attendance

1

10

Laboratory

0

0

Application

0

0

Field activities

0

0

Specific practical training (Interactive case study and answer the questions practically)

1

20

Assignments

0

0

Presentation

0

0

Project

0

0

Seminar

0

0

Midterms

3

70

Total

100

Percentage of semester activities contributing grade succes

0

60

Percentage of final exam contributing grade succes

0

40

Total

100

WORKLOAD AND ECTS CALCULATION

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Work Load

Course Duration (x16)

32

2

64

Laboratory

0

0

0

Application

0

0

0

Specific practical training (Interactive case study and answer the questions practically)

4

5

20

Field activities

0

0

0

Study Hours Out of Class (Preliminary work, reinforcement, ect)

16

2

32

Presentation / Seminar Preparation

0

0

0

Project

0

0

0

Homework assignment

0

0

0

Midterms (Study duration)

1

2

2

Final Exam (Study duration)

1

2

2

Total Workload

120

Matrix Of The Course Learning Outcomes Versus Program Outcomes

D.9. Key Learning Outcomes Contrubition level*
1 2 3 4 5

Explains the basic structure, development and physiological functioning of the body at the level of molecules, cells, tissues, organs and systems.

X

Defines the causes of diseases, mechanisms of occurrence and changes in affected organs with information based on scientific data.

X

Evaluates and applies the principles of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of diseases and epidemiology and reduction of common diseases in the community.

 X

Evaluate national and international health systems in the context of health policies, finance and administration.

 X

Know the research processes that constitute the basis of medical knowledge and have the knowledge of foreign language to follow the developments in this field.

 X

Takes a medical history from the patient and, if necessary, from his relatives.

 X

Performs physical examination of patients, evaluates clinical, laboratory and radiological and findings of common diseases and applies diagnosis and treatment processes using appropriate process steps.

 X

Recognizes life-threatening situations, makes appropriate first treatment and directs when necessary.

 X

Performs preventive medical services.

 X

Keeps medical and forensic records in accordance with legal regulations, gives importance to the confidentiality of patient information and prepares and presents patient information when necessary.

X

Plans and performs the processes for the prevention and health promotion in the context of individuals and community.

 X

Gain the competency to work independently and take responsibility in compulsory situations.

 X

Demonstrate a lifelong learning behavior towards professional and social changes.

X

Fulfills his responsibilities as within the framework of professional values, ethical principles and legislations without discriminating on the basis of race, gender, religion, social and cultural.

X 

Takes part in the teamwork with his colleagues and health care workers for the disease prevention and health promotion.

X

Follow the scientific and technological developments in medical practice.

X

*1 Lowest, 2 Low, 3 Average, 4 High, 5 Highest

Basic and clinical pharmacology

B.3.7- Basic and clinical pharmacology

Course Name

Code

Semester

Theory
(hours/week)

Application
(hours/week)

Credit

ECTS

Basic and clinical pharmacology

B.3.7

5th

3

1

4

4

Prequisites General chemistry, biochemistry, anatomy, normal physiology, microbiology
Course language English
Course type Must 
Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face 
Learning and teaching strategies Lecture
Discussion
Question and Answer
Instructor (s) Professor Dr. Osman Gokalp
Course objective

To know the desired and undesirable effects of drugs in the treatment of diseases. We aim to individualize treatments according to each patient. By taking briefly the history of drug development, we aim to make new treatments possible in the light of their experiences so that they can use pharmacology information in the effective treatment applications with the least unwanted effect from the smallest to the largest. We aim to use pharmacology principles in providing diagnosis, treatment and preventive services to patients. In addition, while providing services such as consultancy, education and research, we also aim to practice basic and clinical pharmacology knowledge. Knowing that the drug may be a double-sided knife, we aim to stay away from any practical applications such as polypharmacy and to live in principle as a principle. We aim to do business in common. We aim to gain the distinction of being a multi-lingual physician in order to reach more information in the world.

Learning outcomes
  1. To learn general information and concepts about pharmacology and molecular pharmacology, to learn about the target molecules of the drugs, ion channels, enzymes,

  2. to know the molecules of molecules, molecular models in drug-receptor interaction and radioligand binding methods.

  3. to have knowledge about the mechanisms of action of intracellular molecules or drugs that target cell components, to understand and interpret drugs or treatment modalities that play a role in physiological and / or pathological processes, which molecular structures and / or which molecular processes are effective in treatment or prophylaxis, gain the skill of evaluation and systematically transfer what they have learned.

Course Content

This course is designed mainly for medical students to understand the medical pharmacology that it covers general pharmacology, cardiovascular pharmacology,neuronal pharmacology, chemotherapeutics, gastro intestinal pharmacolology, endocrin pharmacology and urogenıtal pharmacology, and autonomic pharmacology.

In order to foster a student’s ability to analyze and solve problems in their future clinical career, the course will provide the conceptual basis for understanding pathophisiology and particularly address the fundamental mechanisms of their pathogenicity. It will also provide opportunities for a student to develop both informatic and diagnostic skills in pharmacology, including the practical application and interpretation of laboratory tests for the treatment of diseases.

The faculty also wish to instill in students the love for learning, the ability to think for themselves, the desire to use knowledge creatively for the benefit of all people, and the appreciation of the beauty found in the natural world that we all share. This course is also being aimed developing students’ self-learning skills in the field for their obligations as life-long learning and engender the idea of teamwork as a necessary element of the conduct of modern medicine.

References

Basic and Clinical Pharmacology 14E by Bertram Katzung; Anthony Trevor

Goodman and Gilman’s the Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, 13th Edition by Randa Hilal-Dandan; Bjorn Knollman; Laurence Brunton

Lippincott Pharmacology Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology

Lange Pharmacology Rang & Dale’s Pharmacology, 8th Edition (Latest Edition)

Katzung Pharmacology Katzung Basic & Clinical Pharmacology 13 th edition 2015 

Basic and Clinical Pharmacology, ed.14 by Bertram G. Katzung; Anthony J. Trevor

Course outline weekly

Weeks

Topics

Week 1 Introduction to Pharmacology

Pharmacokinetics; Drugs of Membrane Permeation and Absorption

Distribution of Drugs in Body

Biotransformation of Drugs

Week 2 Elimination of Drugs

The Way of Drug Use and Pharmaceutical Forms

Pharmacodynamics; Quantitative and Quantal Dosage-Response Curves

Signal Mechanisms

Week 3 Factors Altering Drugs Effects

Drug-Drug and Drug-Food Interactions

Overview of Toxic Effects of Drugs

Week 4 Drugs Used in the Treatment of Anemia

Pharmacovigilance: Drug Safety Monitoring

Pharmacovigilance Practice

Week 5 Drug Development and Testing

Toxicology; Theraphy of Poisinoning

Immunomodulators

Week 6 Mid term
Week 7 Antineoplastic Drugs
Week 8 Antibacterial Agents

Inhibitors of Cell-Wall Synthesis

Inhibitors of Bacterial Protein Synthesis

Week 9 Inhibitors of Nucleic Acid Synthesis

Antitubercular Drugs

Antiprotozoal and Antimalarial Drugs

Anthelmintic Drugs

Week 10 Antiviral Drugs

Antifungal Drugs

Antiseptics and Disinfectants

Week 11 Drugs Used to Treat Peptic Ulcer

Antiemetics and Antidiarrhoeals

Week 12

Mid term

Week 12 Laxative and Purgative Drugs

Drugs Related to Hypothalamic and Pituitary Hormones

Glucocorticoids

Drugs Used in Obesity

Week 14 Drugs Used for Bone and Mineral Disorders

Antithyroid Agents

Drugs Used in Diabetes

Steroid Hormones

Week 15 Androgens Anabolic Steroids and Antiandrogens

Oxytocic Drugs

Pharmacogenetics

Week 16 Drug Use During Pregnancy and Teratogenicity

Calciotropic Drugs, capsules, etc., and their related with clinic practice.

Week 17 Mid term
Week 18 Final exam

Assesment methods

Course activities

Number

Percentage

Attendance

1

10

Laboratory

0

0

Application

0

0

Field activities

0

0

Specific practical training (Interactive case study and answer the questions practically)

1

20

Assignments

0

0

Presentation

0

0

Project

0

0

Seminar

0

0

Midterms

3

70

Total

100

Percentage of semester activities contributing grade succes

0

60

Percentage of final exam contributing grade succes

0

40

Total

100

WORKLOAD AND ECTS CALCULATION

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Work Load

Course Duration (x16)

32

2

64

Laboratory

0

0

0

Application

0

0

0

Specific practical training (Interactive case study and answer the questions practically)

4

5

20

Field activities

0

0

0

Study Hours Out of Class (Preliminary work, reinforcement, ect)

16

2

32

Presentation / Seminar Preparation

0

0

0

Project

0

0

0

Homework assignment

0

0

0

Midterms (Study duration)

1

2

2

Final Exam (Study duration)

1

2

2

Total Workload

120

Matrix Of The Course Learning Outcomes Versus Program Outcomes

D.9. Key Learning Outcomes Contrubition level*
1 2 3 4 5

Explains the basic structure, development and physiological functioning of the body at the level of molecules, cells, tissues, organs and systems.

X

Defines the causes of diseases, mechanisms of occurrence and changes in affected organs with information based on scientific data.

X

Evaluates and applies the principles of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of diseases and epidemiology and reduction of common diseases in the community.

 X

Evaluate national and international health systems in the context of health policies, finance and administration.

 X

Know the research processes that constitute the basis of medical knowledge and have the knowledge of foreign language to follow the developments in this field.

 X

Takes a medical history from the patient and, if necessary, from his relatives.

 X

Performs physical examination of patients, evaluates clinical, laboratory and radiological and findings of common diseases and applies diagnosis and treatment processes using appropriate process steps.

 X

Recognizes life-threatening situations, makes appropriate first treatment and directs when necessary.

 X

Performs preventive medical services.

 X

Keeps medical and forensic records in accordance with legal regulations, gives importance to the confidentiality of patient information and prepares and presents patient information when necessary.

X

Plans and performs the processes for the prevention and health promotion in the context of individuals and community.

 X

Gain the competency to work independently and take responsibility in compulsory situations.

 X

Demonstrate a lifelong learning behavior towards professional and social changes.

X

Fulfills his responsibilities as within the framework of professional values, ethical principles and legislations without discriminating on the basis of race, gender, religion, social and cultural.

X 

Takes part in the teamwork with his colleagues and health care workers for the disease prevention and health promotion.

X

Follow the scientific and technological developments in medical practice.

X

*1 Lowest, 2 Low, 3 Average, 4 High, 5 Highest

Физическая культура

B.4.1 Физическая культура

Название предмета

Код

Полугодие

Теория

(Ч/Н)

Практи-ческие занятия

(Ч/Н)

Креди-

ты

ECTS

Физическая культура

B.4.1

4

1

2

3

3

Если есть предпосылки

Язык предмета

Русский

Тип предмета

Обязательный

Форма обучения

Очная

Методика обучения и преподавания предмета

Смешанное обучение, аудиторные занятия и интернет-обучение и т.д.

Ответственный предмета

Камчибекова З.К., Чалова И.В., Чыныбеков З.К.,Шаимбек у.Азат.

Цель предмета

Формирование физической культуры у студентов и способности реализовать ее в социально-профессиональной, физкультурно-спортивной деятельности, а также укрепление здоровья, закаливание организма и расширение функциональных возможностей студентов.

Результаты обучения по предмету

— содействие правильному физическому развитию и разносторонней физической подготовленности.

— развитие быстроты, ловкости, гибкости, выносливости, скоростно-силовых качеств, координации движений.

— формирование профессионально-прикладных навыков, знаний и умений.

— воспитание морально-волевых качеств, повышение уровня устойчивости психоэмоционального состояния студентов.

Содержание предмета

. В процессе преподавания используются следующие дисциплины:

а) Легкая атлетика (Историческая справка, правила соревнований , практический курс)

б) Подвижные игры (Историческая справка, правила игр. практический курс)

в) Баскетбол (Историческая справка, правила соревнований практический курс)

г) Волейбол (Историческая справка, правила соревнований практический курс)

д) Гимнастика ( Историческая справка, использование гимнастических упражнений)

Кроме того практикуются самостоятельные занятия студентов, а также написание рефератов.

Ресурсы / Литература

Основная литература

Бердников И.Г.

Маглеванный А.В.

Максимова В.Н. «Массовая физическая культура в вузе» Москва, 1991

Гуревич И.А. «1500 упражнений для круговой тренировки» Минск,1976

Семашко А.В. «Баскетбол» Москва, 1976г.

Железняк Ю.О. «Юный волейболист» Москва, 1988г.

Клещев ю.Н. «Спортивные игры»Москва, «Высшая школа», 1980

Коллодия О.В. «Легкая атлетика и методика преподавания» Москва 1985г.

Дополнительная литература:

Верхошанский Ю.В. «Основы социальной физической

Содержание учебного занятия

недели

Тематика занятий

1

« Физическая культура, как

учебная дисциплина в ВУЗАХ «

2

« Методы самоконтроля,

восстановления»

« Естественно-научные основы» физического воспитания»

3

« Основы здорового образа жизни»

« Режим двигательной активности»

4

« Физическая культура и научная организация труда»

5

Медицинский осмотр , распределение по учебным группам

6

Легкая атлетика . Совершенствование техники бега на короткие дистанции.

7

Легкая атлетика . Совершенствование техники бега на средние дистанции.

8

Легкая атлетика . Совершенствование техники бега на длинные дистанции.

9

Модуль

10

Волейбол. Совершенствование техники передачи мяча сверху и снизу

11

Волейбол. Совершенствование техники подачи и приема мяча

12

Волейбол. Специальные и подводящие упражнения к различным элементам техники нападения и защиты.

13

Подвижные игры с элементами волейбола

Развитие физических качеств

Учебная игра

14

Баскетбол .Совершенствование техники ведения мяча правой, левой рукой .

Подвижные игры с элементами баскетбола

15

Баскетбол. Совершенствование техники броска с правой стороны после ведения

16

Баскетбол. Совершенствование техники броска с левой стороны после ведения

17

Баскетбол. Совершенствование техники штрафного броска. Учебная игра

18

Итоговый(финалный)экзамен

Система оценок

Семестровая работа

Количество

Вклад, доля %

Посещаемость

32

50

Лабораторные занятия

0

0

Практика

0

0

Исследовательская работа

0

0

Стажировка по предмету

0

0

Выполнение поручений

0

0

Выполнение презентаций

0

0

Участие в проектах

0

25

Домашние задания

0

0

Промежуточные экзамены

0

0

Итоговый экзамен

1

25

Итого

100

Вклад семестровых занятий в оценку успеха

1

40

Вклад итогового экзамена в оценку успеха

1

60

Итого

100

Таблица Студенческая нагрузка ECTS

Виды деятельности

Колич. часов

Продолжительность

Общая нагрузка

Продолжительность предмета

32

2

64

Лабораторные занятия

0

0

0

Применение

0

0

0

Стажировка по предмету

0

0

0

Области исследование

0

0

0

Часы обучения вне аудитория (предварительная работа, укрепление, т.д.)

26

1

26

Представление

Семинары

0

0

0

Проекты

0

0

0

Поручение

0

0

0

Время Подготовки к промежуточныму экзамену

0

0

0

Время подготовки к общему экзамену

0

0

0

Общая нагрузка

0

0

90

Соотношение результатов обучения с квалификацией программы

D.9. Квалификация программы

Уровень вклада*

1

2

3

4

5

*1 Низший, 2 Низкий, 3 Средний, 4 Высокая, 5 Очень высокий

Psychological bases of medical activity

B.3.22- Psychological bases of medical activity

Course Name

Code

Semester

Theory
(hours/week)

Application
(hours/week)

Credit

ECTS

Psychological bases of medical activity

B.3.22

4th

1

1

2

2

Prerequisites
Course language
English
Course type Elective 
Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face 
Learning and teaching strategies Lecture
Discussion
Question and Answer
Instructor (s) Professor Dr. Osman Gokalp
Course objective

Behavioral science is a branch of the sciences which is concerned with the study of human and animal behavior. Behavioral science looks at individuals and their behavior along with the behavior of societies, groups, and cultures, and processes which can contribute to specific behaviors. It encompasses any of the various interrelated disciplines, such as psychiatry, psychology, sociology, and anthropology, that observe and study human activity, including psychological and emotional development, interpersonal relationships, values, and mores. It is a science taking on the bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective. Learning behavioral science is an important part of becoming physicians. More and more, professional and accrediting organizations are explicitly endorsing the necessity of physicians being skilled and well trained in these areas. Physicians themselves are increasingly aware of the importance of behavioral health and psychiatric issues in their practices. No physician’s education would be complete without an understanding of the role played by behavioral, social and cultural factors in human health and disease, knowledge of the ways in which these factors can be modified, and an appreciation of how personal life experiences influence physician–patient relationships.

Learning outcomes

To familiarize the students with relevant issues in behavioral science

To teach the students to conceptualize patient problems by using a bio-psychosocial-cultural-spiritual formulation

To show the students how to apply the vast theoretical material through the use of problem based learning.

To prepare the students to obtain EXCELLENT scores on the NBME Behavioral.

Course Content

Talk’ng consultingly about course. What is our mission? Addressing key questions for health services behaviors.

Social life.

What is the role of social and behavioral science in physician – patient relations.

Individual and Population eating approaches.

Core Principals of Behavior from the Perspective of Radical Behaviorism.

Physician-patient relations based on health behavior and intention.

Social Ecology and Human Health Behavior.

Addictions.

Treatment of addictions.

World health statistics..

How do these different views of behavior fit together? Where do we go from here?

Visit to different social communities.

Presentations.

Presentations.

Project discussing.

References

Behavioral Science and Social Science; Kaplan Medical. Edition 2018 

World Health Statistics published by WHO. Latest Edition/

Course outline weekly

Weeks

Topics

Week 1 Epidemiology
Week 2 Substance related disorders
Week 3 Learning and behavior modification
Week 4 Defense mechanisms
Week 5 Psychologic health and testing
Week 6 Human development
Week 7 Physician-patient relations
Week 8 Midterm
Week 9 Life
Week 10 Family life
Week 11

Addictions

Week 12 Treatment of addictions
Week 13 Human groups and different communities.
Week 14 Practice 1 — Visit to different communities
Week 15 Practice 2 – Prepare to project such as about inclusivity
Week 16 Psychology of diet and obesity. Different eating behavioras.
Week 17 Presentations
Week 18 Final exam

Assesment methods

Course activities

Number

Percentage

Attendance

1

5

Laboratory

0

0

Application

0

0

Field activities

1

5

Specific practical training (Interactive case study and answer the questions practically)

1

5

Assignments

0

0

Presentation

1

5

Project

1

10

Seminar

0

0

Midterms

1

70

Total

100

Percentage of semester activities contributing grade succes

0

60

Percentage of final exam contributing grade succes

0

40

Total

100

WORKLOAD AND ECTS CALCULATION

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Work Load

Course Duration (x16)

16

2

32

Laboratory

0

0

0

Application

0

0

0

Specific practical training (Interactive case study and answer the questions practically)

5

2

10

Field activities

0

0

0

Study Hours Out of Class (Preliminary work, reinforcement, ect)

4

2

8

Presentation / Seminar Preparation

2

1

2

Project

4

1

4

Homework assignment

0

0

0

Midterms (Study duration)

1

2

2

Final Exam (Study duration)

1

2

2

Total Workload

60

Matrix Of The Course Learning Outcomes Versus Program Outcomes

D.9. Key Learning Outcomes Contrubition level*
1 2 3 4 5
  1. Explains the basic structure, development and physiological functioning of the body at the level of molecules, cells, tissues, organs and systems.

 X
  1. Defines the causes of diseases, mechanisms of occurrence and changes in affected organs with information based on scientific data.

X
  1. Evaluates and applies the principles of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of diseases and epidemiology and reduction of common diseases in the community.

 X
  1. Evaluate national and international health systems in the context of health policies, finance and administration.

 X
  1. Know the research processes that constitute the basis of medical knowledge and have the knowledge of foreign language to follow the developments in this field.

X 
  1. Takes a medical history from the patient and, if necessary, from his relatives.

 X
  1. Performs physical examination of patients, evaluates clinical, laboratory and radiological and findings of common diseases and applies diagnosis and treatment processes using appropriate process steps.

  1. Recognizes life-threatening situations, makes appropriate first treatment and directs when necessary.

  1. Performs preventive medical services.

 X
  1. Keeps medical and forensic records in accordance with legal regulations, gives importance to the confidentiality of patient information and prepares and presents patient information when necessary.

 X
  1. Plans and performs the processes for the prevention and health promotion in the context of individuals and community.

 X
  1. Gain the competency to work independently and take responsibility in compulsory situations.

X
  1. Demonstrate a lifelong learning behavior towards professional and social changes.

X
  1. Fulfills his responsibilities as within the framework of professional values, ethical principles and legislations without discriminating on the basis of race, gender, religion, social and cultural.

X  
  1. Takes part in the teamwork with his colleagues and health care workers for the disease prevention and health promotion.

 X
  1. Follow the scientific and technological developments in medical practice.

X

*1 Lowest, 2 Low, 3 Average, 4 High, 5 Highest

Nursing care

C.3.2- Nursing care

Course Name Code Semester Theory
(hours/week)
Application
(hours/week)
Credit ECTS
Nursing care C.3.2 3rd 2 0 2 2
Prerequisites
Course language English
Course type Must 
Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face 
Learning and teaching strategies Lecture
Discussion

Practice applications
Question and answer

Instructor (s) Professor Dr. Ahmet SANIC (MD)
Course objective Nursing is core part in health service delivery system in which health promotion, disease prevention; curative and rehabilitative health strategies are applied. The clinical nursing skills for the nurses are of paramount important not only to provide comprehensive care but also enhance clinical competence.

Theories are presented to explain the dynamic relationship between human behavior, health, and illness, and the impact of interpersonal relationship skills to effect positive changes in individuals and their families.

Nurse communication in the role of educator will be introduced as part of the teaching/learning course content.

Learning outcomes Safe and Effective Care Environment Implement fundamental nursing care based on the nursing process to meet the needs of adult client with assistance. Identify advocacy and delegation in achieving optimal client outcomes.

Health Promotion and Health Maintenance Identify factors that promote or hinder access to health care for adults. Identify teaching /learning principles to promote optimal health to adult clients with assistance.

Physiological Integrity Demonstrate nursing care based upon knowledge of biological sciences, pathophysiology, nutrition, pharmacology, and growth and development that recognizes the concept of critical thinking in maximizing physiological integrity.

Professional Role of the Nurse Establish effective working relationships with members of the health care team. Demonstrate accountability for providing nursing care that adheres to professional standards and incorporates legal and ethical responsibilities of the nurse, with assistance. Identify and develop a plan to meet one’s own learning needs, with assistance

Course Content This course addresses the health needs of individuals of varied psychosocial and cultural backgrounds. Nursing skills are developed to adapt nutrition, hygiene, comfort, safety, and pharmacology for each client. This course is designed to apply the nursing process to the health needs of the adult client utilizing basic nursing skills and caring behaviors to meet physical, social, and emotional needs. The Client Needs approach is used as the framework for providing safe and effective nursing care. The course includes clinical experiences in health care facilities.
References
  1. Potter & Perry (2017). Fundamentals of nursing (9 th Ed.). St. Louis: Mosby/Elsevier ISBN: 978-0-323-32740-4

Course outline weekly

Weeks

Topics

Week 1 Definition of nursing. Historical background of nursing
Week 2 Safety in Health Care facilities. infection control/ universal precaution. Chain of infection. Hand washing. Standard precaution. Surgical asepsis. Isolation.
Week 3 Safety in Health Care facilities. infection control/ universal precaution. Chain of infection. Hand washing. Standard precaution. Surgical asepsis. Isolation.
Week 4 Care of patient unit. The patient unit. Care of hospital and health care unit equipment
Week 5 Basic Client Care. Admission, Transfer, and Discharge of client
Week 6 Practical and theoretical first modul examinations
Week 7 Vital Signs. Definition. Temperature. Pulse. Respiration. Blood pressure
Week 8 Vital Signs. Definition. Temperature. Pulse. Respiration. Blood pressure
Week 9 Specimen collection. Collecting stool specimen, urine specimen, sputum, blood specimen.
Week 10 Bed making. Closed bed. Occupied bed. Postoperative bed. Cold & heat application .
Week 11 Personal hygiene and skin care.
Week 12 Practical and theoretical second modul examinations.
Week 13 Nutrition and metabolism
Week 14 Elimination of Gastro Intestinal and Urinary Tract
Week 15 Medication Administration
Week 16 Nursing care of the surgical client. Pre-Op o Post-Op.
Week 17 Principles Sterilization and disinfections.
Week 18 Practical and theoretical second modul examinations.

Final examination

Assesment methods

Course activities

Number

Percentage

Attendance

1

10

Laboratory

0

0

Application

0

0

Quiz

0

0

Field activities

0

0

Specific practical training

2

15

Assignments

0

0

Presentation

0

0

Project

2

15

Seminar

0

0

Midterms

2

60

Total

100

Percentage of semester activities contributing grade success

0

60

Percentage of final exam contributing grade success

0

40

Total

100

WORKLOAD AND ECTS CALCULATION

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Work Load

Course Duration

12

2

24

Laboratory

0

0

0

Application

16

1

16

Quiz

0

0

0

Specific practical training

0

0

0

Field activities

0

0

0

Study Hours Out of Class (Preliminary work, reinforcement, ect)

2

3

6

Presentation / Seminar Preparation

0

0

0

Project

0

0

0

Homework assignment

0

0

0

Preparation for midterm exams

3

2

6

Midterms (Study duration)

2

1

2

Preparation for final exam

1

4

4

Final Exam (Study duration)

1

2

2

Total Workload

60

Matrix Of The Course Learning Outcomes Versus Program Outcomes

D.9. Key Learning Outcomes Contrubition level*
1 2 3 4 5
  • Explains the basic structure, development and physiological functioning of the body at the level of molecules, cells, tissues, organs and systems.

       X
  1. Defines the causes of diseases, mechanisms of occurrence and changes in affected organs with information based on scientific data.

     X  
  1. Evaluates and applies the principles of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of diseases and epidemiology and reduction of common diseases in the community.

       X  
  1. Evaluate national and international health systems in the context of health policies, finance and administration.

     X  
  1. Know the research processes that constitute the basis of medical knowledge and have the knowledge of foreign language to follow the developments in this field.

       
  1. Takes a medical history from the patient and, if necessary, from his relatives.

   X      
  1. Performs physical examination of patients, evaluates clinical, laboratory and radiological and findings of common diseases and applies diagnosis and treatment processes using appropriate process steps.

       X  
  1. Recognizes life-threatening situations, makes appropriate first treatment and directs when necessary.

       X  
  1. Performs preventive medical services.

       X  
  1. Keeps medical and forensic records in accordance with legal regulations, gives importance to the confidentiality of patient information and prepares and presents patient information when necessary.

X       
  1. Plans and performs the processes for the prevention and health promotion in the context of individuals and community.

       X
  1. Gain the competency to work independently and take responsibility in compulsory situations.

     X  
  1. Demonstrate a lifelong learning behavior towards professional and social changes.

     X  
  1. Fulfills his responsibilities as within the framework of professional values, ethical principles and legislations without discriminating on the basis of race, gender, religion, social and cultural.

       X
  1. Takes part in the teamwork with his colleagues and health care workers for the disease prevention and health promotion.

   X    
  1. Follow the scientific and technological developments in medical practice.

X

*1 Lowest, 2 Low, 3 Average, 4 High, 5 Highest

BIOETHICS

C.3.1- BIOETHICS

Course Name

Code

Semester

Theory
(hours/week)

Application
(hours/week)

Credit

ECTS

B.3.1- BIOETHICS

C.3.1

2ND

2

2

2

Prerequisites
Course language
English
Course type Must 
Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face 
Learning and teaching strategies Lecture
Discussion

Practice applications
Question and Answer

Instructor (s) Dt. Kiymet Sanic (Ph.D)
Course objective The goals of education in medical ethics are to enhance the sensitivities of the student to medical ethical dilemmas, to provide the student with the specific knowledge to be able to identify and characterize medical ethical dilemmas, to acquaint the student with terminology, views, values, and relevant basic principles in philosophy, religion, law and sociology, to provide the student with the intellectual tools and fundamental thought processes to analyze and resolve ethical problems, to present the student with the approaches of philosophy, law, culture and religion in the resolution of medical ethical dilemmas, To enhance the student’s ability to examine and analyze unresolved ethical issues logically, to instill in the student the principles of respect for individuals with different points of view, the empathy and compassion toward patients, and to emphasize the centrality of the patient rather than the illness, and the importance of human values.
Learning outcomes
  1. can understand why ethics is important to medicine

  2. can identify the major sources of medical ethics

  3. can recognize different approaches to ethical decision-making

  4. can explain why all patients are deserving of respect and equal treatment

  5. can see ethisc of medical research

  6. can recognize physician responsibilities for society, patients and collagues

Course Content Bioethics focuses on issues arising out of the practice of medicine, a doctor-patient partnership approach, adding respect for patients’ autonomy, an increasing awareness of justice to the traditional Hippocratic concern to provide health benefits with minimal harm. Responsibility to patients as well as to society, to other health professionals, and to self. Bioethics is also a very broad subject that is concerned with the moral issues raised by developments in the biological sciences what one is obligated or permitted to do, or prohibited from doing, in different contexts of biotechnology, medical practice and research and a field of study concerned with the ethics and philosophical implications of certain biological and medical procedures, technologies, and treatments, such as organ transplants, genetic engineering, and care of the terminally ill.
References
  1. «Medical Ethic Manual» the World Medical Association (3rd edition 2015) has prepared.

  2. «The Cambridge Textbook Bioethics» by Singer and Viens (Cambridge University Press 208)
  3. Case reports (e-resource)

Course outline weekly

Weeks

Topics

Week 1

What is ethics?

Week 2

What is medical ethics?

Week 3 Principal features of medical ethics 1
Week 4

Principal features of medical ethics 2

Week 5

Physicians and patients relationship 1

Week 6

Physicians and patients relationship 2

Week 7

Physicians and colleagues relationship 1

Week 8

Physicians and colleagues relationship 2

Week 9

Summary Lesson

Week 10

Mid-term examination

Week 11 Physicians and colleagues relationship 2
Week 12 Physicians and society relationship
Week 13

Bioethics and medical research

Week 14 Responsibilities to oneself (physicians)
Week 15 Case (Presentation)
Week 16

Case (Presentation)

Week 17

Case (Presentation)

Week 18

Final Examination

Assesment methods

Course activities

Number

Percentage

Attendance

1

15

Laboratory

0

0

Application

0

0

Field activities

0

0

Specific practical training

0

0

Assignments

0

0

Presentation

1

15

Project

0

0

Seminar

0

0

Midterms

1

70

Total

100

Percentage of semester activities contributing grade succes

0

40

Percentage of final exam contributing grade succes

0

60

Total

100

WORKLOAD AND ECTS CALCULATION

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Work Load

Course Duration

14

2

28

Laboratory

0

0

0

Application

0

0

0

Specific practical training

0

0

0

Field activities

0

0

0

Study Hours Out of Class (Preliminary work, reinforcement, ect)

10

1

4

Presentation / Seminar Preparation

2

2

4

Project

0

0

0

Homework assignment

0

0

0

Preparation for midterm exams

2

5

10

Midterms (Study duration)

1

2

2

Preparation for final exam

1

6

10

Final Exam (Study duration)

1

2

2

Total Workload

60

Matrix Of The Course Learning Outcomes Versus Program Outcomes

D.9. Key Learning Outcomes Contrubition level*
1 2 3 4 5
  1. Explains the basic structure, development and physiological functioning of the body at the level of molecules, cells, tissues, organs and systems.

       
  1. Defines the causes of diseases, mechanisms of occurrence and changes in affected organs with information based on scientific data.

       
  1. Evaluates and applies the principles of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of diseases and epidemiology and reduction of common diseases in the community.

         
  1. Evaluate national and international health systems in the context of health policies, finance and administration.

       X
  1. Know the research processes that constitute the basis of medical knowledge and have the knowledge of foreign language to follow the developments in this field.

   X    
  1. Takes a medical history from the patient and, if necessary, from his relatives.

     X    
  1. Performs physical examination of patients, evaluates clinical, laboratory and radiological and findings of common diseases and applies diagnosis and treatment processes using appropriate process steps.

         
  1. Recognizes life-threatening situations, makes appropriate first treatment and directs when necessary.

         
  1. Performs preventive medical services.

   X      
  1. Keeps medical and forensic records in accordance with legal regulations, gives importance to the confidentiality of patient information and prepares and presents patient information when necessary.

       X
  1. Plans and performs the processes for the prevention and health promotion in the context of individuals and community.

   X    
  1. Gain the competency to work independently and take responsibility in compulsory situations.

       X
  1. Demonstrate a lifelong learning behavior towards professional and social changes.

      X 
  1. Fulfills his responsibilities as within the framework of professional values, ethical principles and legislations without discriminating on the basis of race, gender, religion, social and cultural.

       X
  1. Takes part in the teamwork with his colleagues and health care workers for the disease prevention and health promotion.

       
  1. Follow the scientific and technological developments in medical practice.

*1 Lowest, 2 Low, 3 Average, 4 High, 5 Highest

Psychology

C.1.1 Psychology

Course Name

Code

Semester

Theory
(hours/week)

Application
(hours/week)

Credit

ECTS

Introduction to Psychology

C.1.1

2nd

2

0

2

2

Perquisites English intermediate level
Course language
English
Course type Must 
Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face 
Learning and teaching strategies Lecture
Discussion
Question and Answer
Instructor (s) Leontev Ruslan (MA Anthropology, BA Psychology)
Course objective

Introduction to psychology, as the discipline that studies human behavior with inclination to patient-doctor relationship

Learning outcomes

1. Understending the major psychological theories

2. Working with non-colaborative patients

3. Working with hypohondric patients

4. Understending somatization

5. Psychopharmocology, psychological side-effects

6. Dealing with experience of death

7. Understending the ethics of working with patients, specifically psychological aspects of patient-doctor relationship. Understending psychological aspects of responsibility toward patients, understending the psychological influence of sense of guilt that a doctor may experience in his or her professional work with patients

8. Understending and predicting human behavior in emergency situations, especially those that involve help to strangers, natural disasters, group to group aggressive behavior.

9. Understending the concept of social intellegence and its application in working with patients

10. Developing sense of empathy toward the patients from unprivilaged social classes and ethnic groups

Course Content

The course aims in providing understending of dynamics and skills in managing patient-doctor relationship. As the practice of many professional doctors demonstrates, the emotional intellegence of the doctor that is how he or she deals with the patients on emotional level is an integral part of succesful practice. Such categories as hypohondric patients, non-colaborative patients require a more delicate approach with the knowledge of psychology. The borders between psychosomatic and organic symptoms are discussed during the course. In addition, the knowledge of people’s behavior in emergency situations ensures effective work of doctors. The scope and the borders of doctors’ responsibility toward the patients must be defined. The psychological aspect of responsibility and a sense of guilt are discussed. Finally, psychological traumas of death experience, and loss of patients are duscussed during the course.

References
    • Branscombe, N. R., & Baron, R. A. (2017). Social psychology.
    • Lloyd, M. J. (1963). The theological implications of Carl R. Rogers: Client centered therapy.
    • Ekman, P. (2009). Emotional awareness: Overcoming the obstacles to psychological balance and compassion : a conversation between the Dalai Lama and Paul Ekman, Ph.D. New York: Times Books/Henry Holt & Company.
    • Solojenkin V. V. (2011) Izbrannyye lektsii po psikhiatrii dlya vrachey-kardiologov Bishkek.

    • Breuer, J., & Freud, S. (1995). Studies on hysteria: (1893-1895). London: Hogarth Press.

Course outline weekly

Weeks

Topics

Week 1

The role of emotional intelligence in successful practice of doctors.

Week 2

Depression in the practice of the doctors.

Week 3 Anxiety in the practice of the doctors.
Week 4

Somatization

Week 5

Stigma and self-stigmatization

Week 6

Introduction to psychopharmacology

Week 7

Facial expressions and body language of the patient

Week 8

Mid term

Week 9

Introduction to social psychology: by-stander effect, stranger effect

Week 10 Ash’s conformity experiment
Week 11

Milgram’s classical experiment of obedience to authority.

Week 12 Muzafa Sherief experiment of superseeding tasks
Week 12 Theories of communication
Week 14 Zigmud Freud: Introduction to psychoanalysis and somatization symptoms
Week 15 Second Mid term
Week 16

Cognitive dissonance and job satisfaction

Week 17

Personality Traits, Types And Dimensions

Week 18

Final

Assesment methods

Course activities Number Percentage
Attendance

1

10

Laboratory

2

30

Application

0

0

Field activities

0

0

Specific practical training

0

0

Assignments

0

0

Presentation

0

0

Project

0

0

Seminar

0

0

Midterms

2

60

Total

100

Percentage of semester activities contributing grade succes

0

60

Percentage of final exam contributing grade succes

0

40

Total

100

WORKLOAD AND ECTS CALCULATION

Activities

Number Duration (hour) Total Work Load
Course Duration

16

2

32

Laboratory

0

0

0

Application

0

0

0

Specific practical training

0

0

0

Field activities

0

0

0

Study Hours Out of Class (Preliminary work, reinforcement, ect)

16

1

16

Presentation / Seminar Preparation

0

0

0

Project

0

0

0

Homework assignment

0

0

0

Preparation for midterm exams

2

2

4

Midterms

2

2

4

Preparation for final exam

1

2

2

Final Exam (Study duration)

1

2

2

Total Workload

60