The path of a medical student has lots of humps and bump along the way. It covers 4 years of classroom, clinical, and community experiences. Science, problem-solving and communication skills, prevention and care of maladies, and more medical disciplines will equip the learner with the knowledge and skills as they progress through their medical profession.
In the final year of medical school, students apply to residency programs based on personal interests and other factors. The formative years is essential in learning the theories in the proper application of a patient’s care.
Medicine is a lifelong learning experience, you’ll never run out of things to know and do from clinical breakthroughs to the discovery of a new illness.
Basic Sciences make up the first 2 years of the MD Program to lay the basic foundation and set the tone for every bit of knowledge the learner will draw from during their medical journey. In their first semester, students are educated about the basic foundations of medicine, medical cell biology, biochemistry and genetics, human structure and functions. From there they move to more advanced courses like microbiology, pharmacology, and more medical subjects. Specialist in the different fields of medicine conduct sit-ins with groups of students for a very personalized attention.
Preclinical teaching is integrated into the Basic Sciences syllabus permitting learners easy access to laboratories and medical reproductions while on campus. For years 3 and 4, students carry on to hone their clinical and communication skills in all areas of patient care. Slides, documents, and anything pertinent to a patient’s case are discussed to guide learners on the proper care and medication of ailments. Students are given the opportunity to put into practice what they have learned in the classroom.
Residency is actually an educational program focused on the application of classroom theories in treating maladies. Since residents are classified as full doctors it is assumed that they know everything. You’ll be surprised, although first-year residents have an MD degree their knowledge is only a little more than a medical student. Their 7 years study equipped them with the tools to handle a huge diversity of cases and keep their patients alive. Each residency program is a tag different but there are weekly talks to teach residents various topics like medical dosing, new guidelines for cancer screening, and a new treatment for breast cancer patients to ensure that their residents pass the board. Medical residency gives a hands-on training within a specific branch of medicine such as anesthesiology, obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, oral and maxillofacial surgery or other medical specialties.
Medical students become doctors through side-by-side learning, they were students once and would happily pass the tips and tricks of the profession to their successors. Ward team doctors would serve as tutors for students giving feedback on patient write-ups, accompaniment during patient visitation, impart lessons in bedside manner, and physical examination techniques.
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