UHS introduces new curriculum for medical and dental schools

UHS introduces new curriculum for medical and dental schools (1)

UHS introduces new curriculum for medical and dental schools

UHS introduces new curriculum for medical and dental schools. The University of Health Sciences (UHS) has decided on a new curriculum for its affiliated universities. The new curriculum will go into effect with the start of new classes at the medical and dental schools on March 1. According to the details, a modular integrated curriculum will be introduced at UHS affiliated medical and dental schools.

Under the new curriculum, medical and dental students will receive clinical subjects from the first year of the degree. Until now, medical and dental students are taught basic medical science subjects in the first two years and clinical subjects from the third year. Presiding over a meeting in this regard, UHS Vice-Chancellor (VC) Prof. Ahsan Waheed Rathore said that the move was taken on the recommendation of the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) on World Federation for Medical Education accreditation criteria. (WFME)

PMC is already working with WFME to make medical and dental degree programs in Pakistan internationally recognised. The WFME assessment will include a physical visit that will take place within 12-15 months and will be within the 2024 deadline for WFME recognition for Pakistani doctors to practice internationally, particularly in the United States (US).

UHS introduces new curriculum for medical and dental schools (2)

University of Health Sciences introduces new Syllabus for 2023 Class

UHS introduces new curriculum for medical and dental schools. The University of Health Sciences (UHS) has decided on a new curriculum for its affiliated universities. The new curriculum will go into effect with the start of new classes at the medical and dental schools on March 1. According to the details, a modular integrated curriculum will be introduced at UHS affiliated medical and dental schools.

Under the new curriculum, medical and dental students will receive clinical subjects from the first year of the degree. Until now, medical and dental students are taught basic medical science subjects in the first two years and clinical subjects from the third year. Presiding over a meeting in this regard, UHS Vice-Chancellor (VC) Prof. Ahsan Waheed Rathore said that the move was taken on the recommendation of the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) on World Federation for Medical Education accreditation criteria. (WFME)

PMC is already working with WFME to make medical and dental degree programs in Pakistan internationally recognised. The WFME assessment will include a physical visit that will take place within 12-15 months and will be within the 2024 deadline for WFME recognition for Pakistani doctors to practice internationally, particularly in the United States (US).

UHS introduces new curriculum for medical and dental schools (1)

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