Learning objective: The education system is designed to train students on application of knowledge of basic sciences to clinical problems, use computers and IT in line with currents trends of medical education and achieve professional and ethical excellence at end of education in medical college.
The education system and curriculum will meet the challenges of contemporary global health needs and will be based on integrated teaching system. It will also incorporate the preliminary application of knowledge of basic sciences to clinical problems from first professional. Students will be given the opportunities of exposure to “real-life” clinical problems relevant to their level of knowledge.
Use of computers and IT will be part of the teaching and students will be taught the relevant computers softwares from first year. The college self-learning resource center will be open for use to students and teachers where they will be provided with “hands- on” assistance and training.
Internal assessment will be an integral part of evaluation system and part of it will be computer-based evaluation, on subjects already taught to them.
Students will be given the opportunity of training on research methodologies and paper writing. They will be expected to produce at least five research papers in five years and will be encouraged to submit their papers to the national and international conferences. College will sponsor all expense involved in presentation of papers accepted in various national conferences.
Teacher and students will be engaged in regular dialogue through tutorial system and accessibility of teachers to students will be facilitated to develop a better teacher students relation based on respect and professional freedom.
We are committed to achieve our goal, establish and maintain our standards, through self-accountability, monitoring and continuous evaluation. All available education standards outlined by professional bodies like PMDC, CPSP and HEC for imparting medical education will be followed in letter and spirit to achieve this goal.
Following three reputable hospitals with a combined capacity of 500 beds will serve as teaching hospital resource for the clinical training of PMC students and later on job training.
- Mercy Teaching Hospital
- Kuwait Teaching Hospital
- Al-Khidmat Teaching Hospital
These hospitals are managed by qualified health professionals and having up to-date clinical and laboratory facilities. The hospitals are within 15-20 minutes drive from main college campus.