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Semester V Integrated Block Handbook 2013/2014

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Integrated Block
1. Learning Outcomes, Assessment and Evaluation 1.1 Overall Learning Outcomes of the Integrated Block 1.2 Assessment 1.3 Evaluation 1.4 Code of Conduct 1.5 Conscientious Objection Policy on the use of live animals in teaching and/or practical sessions 2. 3. Master Timetable Whole Class Sessions 3.1 Venue and Time 3.2 Schedule 3.3 Learning Outcomes 3.4 Mother Baby Project 3.5 Infection Control and Patient Safety Course 3.6 Chinese Medicine Teaching 4. Index of Clinical Skills Learning Diagnostic Radiology 5.1 Learning Outcomes 5.2 Schedule ENT 6.1 Learning Outcomes 6.2 Schedule Human Sexuality Course 7.1 Aim 7.2 Course Learning Outcomes 7.3 Learning Outcomes 7.4 Schedule Medicine 8.1 Learning Outcomes 8.2 Student Grouping List 8.3 Schedule Obstetrics & Gynaecology 9.1 Learning Outcomes 9.2 Schedule

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Ophthalmology 10.1 Learning Outcomes 10.2 Schedule Orthopaedics & Traumatology 11.1 Learning Outcomes 11.2 Schedule Psychiatry 12.1 Learning Outcomes 12.2 Schedule Surgery 13.1 Learning Outcomes 13.2 Schedule of Clinical Skills Sessions 13.3 Schedule of Bedside Teaching 14. TB Clerkship 14.1 Learning Outcomes 14.2 Schedule 15. PBL Groups Students/Tutors 15.1 Assessment of PBL Performance 15.2 Schedule 15.3 List of Tutors 16. Contact Details of Block and Departmental Coordinators and PBL Case Writers

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1.1

LEARNING OUTCOMES, ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION


Overall Learning Outcomes of the Integrated Block The Integrated Block serves as a bridge between system-based blocks and clinical clerkships. Upon completion of this Block, students should be able to: learn and revisit basic communication and clinical skills in hospital setting; initiate health care projects; integrate core specialties through problem-based learning sessions incorporating various life cycle events; and understand human sexuality.

1.2

Assessment

Continuous assessment based on grading of each students performance entered in the attendance and assessment forms. Continuous assessment on each students performance at PBL tutorials. Formative Examination: Any one day during the period of October 7 to 11, 2013. Assessment of logbook.

(a) Assessment of students performance during small-group activities: (i) Students who are absent from a session on medical ground are required to submit the relevant proof (e.g. medical certificates) to the Faculty Office within 7 days of that session. For cases of absence on other personal or urgent reasons, students are required to seek PRIOR APPROVAL from the Faculty Office in writing, and these cases will be considered individually. For cases stated in (i) & (ii) above, the Faculty Office will try to arrange a make-up session where appropriate. Failing to present adequate medical documents or valid justifications will be regarded as absent without reason in the overall continuous assessment, and no mark will be given under such circumstances.

(ii)

(iii)

(b) Assessment of students performance at PBL tutorials: (i) 100% attendance is required (the requirements stipulated in items (a)(i) and (ii) above also apply for PBL tutorials).
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(ii)

For cases of absence on other personal or urgent reasons, students are required to seek PRIOR APPROVAL from the Faculty Office in writing, and these cases will be considered individually. For cases of absence without any reason or justification, a progressive mark deduction system on the assessment will be imposed, e.g. 10% of the overall marks will be deducted for absence from one tutorial, 20% mark deduction for absence from two sessions, and so on. Upon receipt of the completed assessment form, the Faculty Office will, taking into account of the attendance record, finalize the marks for each individual student.

(iii)

1.3 Evaluation

End-of-Block Evaluation on courses and teachers (to be ready for access at SETL website around the 4th week upon the commencement of the Block). Staff-Student Consultative Meeting (tentatively scheduled in the last week of the Block).

1.4 Code of Conduct (I) Students Rights All students shall have the right to: Enjoy a safe learning environment; Express own opinions and feelings; Use and access to school facilities, services and resources; Establish and join student societies; Acquire knowledge and skills leading to award of a degree if the required standard is reached. (II) Students Responsibilities Be punctual and attend school activities prepared; Participate fully in the learning process; Complete assignments and comply with the timeline; Reach the academic standards required in the programme; Use proper language and observe dress code; Work and co-operate with peers and staff members (including office staff, healthcare staff); Refrain from aggressive and intimidating behavior; Treat patients information in confidentiality <Section VIII>.

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(III) Academic Misconduct (*Academic dishonesty will constitute a disciplinary case, which may result in disciplinary action being taken on you) Cheating in examination; Plagiarism <Section III (b)>; Misrepresentation of data: research projects; Allowing another student to represent your work as his/her own; Forgery or alternation of official records or documents including attendance records or doctor/nurse status; Manifest attitude or behavior which is detrimental or illegal, involving people in the direct context of teaching/learning activities i.e. Patients. (a) Use of Teaching Materials Course materials are for teaching purposes and are not meant for circulation without the consent from individual teachers/ departments; Unauthorized photographing, recording and video-taping of lectures and/or practical sessions are strictly forbidden; Any unauthorized recording and/or downloading of teaching materials would constitute a disciplinary case; For PBL Tutorials, distribution of tutor guides to students is strictly forbidden; Instructions of using/ dealing with specimens and manikins should be adhered. (b) Plagiarism Any unacknowledged use, as ones own, of the thoughts, writing, inventions or work of another person, whether or not such work has been published, will be an act of plagiarism and is also a serious misconduct; In addition to printed forms of work (e.g. a journal paper or lecture handouts), work in electronic form such as a website, or an audio-visual production is also bound with copyright protection; More information about plagiarism can be retrieved on-line via www.hku.hk/plagiarism. (c) Class Attendance & Signing Attendance Attend all teaching classes according to the timetable; Sign the attendance sheet for each lesson (if any); DO NOT sign attendance for another person which is considered as a form of forgery and is a serious misconduct; Seek prior approval from the Faculty before taking leave of absence from any class/examinations
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(Absence due to sickness must be supported by a sick-leave certificate from a registered doctor while justifications are required for absence on non-medical grounds). (IV) Non-Academic Misconduct (*Non-academic misconduct may result in disciplinary actions taken on you, e.g. severe reprimand and termination of student status) (V) Manifest attitude or behaviour which is illegal or detrimental to people in the general context; Verbal/physical abuses: endangers or threatens the health or safety of university members; Harassment; Disrupt/obstruct university activities or services; Thievery; Unauthorized conduct: unauthorized entry to and/or presence at, possession of, use of any university facilities/resources; Causing damage/destruction to university property. Professional Attitude and Behavior of a Medical Student

(a) Professional Attitude Demonstrate honesty and integrity; Be prepared to admit deficiencies in knowledge, understanding or skills; Be aware of owns strengths and weaknesses; Seek help, guidance, support or advice to overcome difficulties; Face mistakes or failings positively; Be ready to accept fair and reliable criticism or evaluation from teachers, fellow schoolmates and/or patients; Accept responsibilities and consequences for your own decisions and actions; Treat all other students, teachers, and staff members with respect and dignity; Speak and listen and respect the rights of others; Show tolerance and acceptance of all genders, ethnics, races, religions; Show respect towards school property and resources; Respect of the patient: dead or alive, organ or whole, physical or mental issue.

(b) Attire - Be neatly and decently dressed when attending classes, whether they are held in wards or not; - Patient contact: dress appropriately to inspire confidence of the patients in you as a healthcare professional, and also avoid being the vehicle of transmission infection (cleanliness).

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(c) Use of Cell Phone Keep them turned off or silent mode during class; DO NOT talk on cell phone or send messages during class; DO NOT send or receive test/exam materials (Serious Academic Misconduct); DO NOT take or distribute inappropriate digital photos.

(d) Eating and Drinking in Class DO NOT eat or drink (except water) in all classrooms; If you want to bring food for a class celebration, please go to the student canteens or the outside restaurants.

(e) Behaviour in Wards/Clinics (VI) Showing courtesy and consideration for everybody (including patients, doctors, nurses, fellow students, and other staff ) in the ward; Consult the tutors/ ward managers/ nurses on duty in wards for advice before performing patient clerking; Follow the infection control guidelines of the Faculty/ teaching hospitals concerned; DO NOT engage in excessive social activities in patient care setting. Patient Contact Patients have the right to decide what happens to their own bodies; Valid consent should be obtained before starting clinical enquiry or examination, and patients have a right to refuse; Conduct history taking or examination with due care to patients dignity and comfort; Remember to thank patient after completing the learning process; Remember to restore the clothing or positioning of the patient to his/her original or desirable status; Remember to put back the files/records properly.

(VII) Chaperone Policy for Physical Examination Clinical chaperone for the purpose of witness and thus protection to both doctor (student) and patient for physical examination; Female chaperone is required to be present for physical examination of female patients by male
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students; Clear explanation before physical examination to seek patient consent; The chaperone should have the knowledge to assess the appropriateness of the examination / procedure as well as the way in which they are done; Adequate screening during physical examination requiring patient body exposure, and the chaperone should be in the sight of the patient.

(VIII) Patient Confidentiality DO NOT take patient records away from the wards/clinics, and DO NOT photocopy them even for learning purpose; DO NOT disclose, in various means of oral or written format, by telephone or fax, or electronically, any medical information in connection with the management of a patient; DO NOT release private information that you may have obtained during the course of your studies. (*Note that this may be done unintentionally if you talk/discuss freely in public areas of the hospital/clinic). Conscientious Objection Policy on the use of live animals in teaching and/or practical sessions

1.5

The University is concerned about animal welfare and humanity and is committed to ensuring that teaching practicals involving the use of live animals are well-justified and students are prepared appropriately for the experience. Below please find information on the use of live animals in teaching and/or practical sessions: 1. The teacher/course co-ordinator concerned should stipulate clearly in the course description if live animals are to be used in the course. 2. The conduct of animal experimentations at HKU requires prior approval of the Committee on the Use of Live Animals in Teaching and Research (CULATR). 3. In accordance with the Animals (Control of Experiments) Ordinance Cap 340 of the HKSAR Government which provides for the control of experiments on living vertebrate animals, a Bloc License for conduct of animal experimentations will be obtained from the Department of Health by the teacher/course co-ordinator concerned on behalf of students attending teaching practicals. 4. Students who object to animal experimentation should discuss with the teacher/course co-ordinator concerned before enrolling for the course to opt for training and assessment by using audiovisual and computer models as alternative methods/materials for the study. In situations when such alternatives are not available, students should be allowed to opt out of teaching practicals/experiments within the course without detriment to his/her grade. 5. Any concerns regarding the use of live animals should be addressed to the teacher/course co-ordinator concerned in the first instance, and then to the CULATR as necessary. Further information on this policy is available at http://www.hku.hk/facmed/04research_animal.htm.

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2.

MASTER TIMETABLE
Orientation: August 9, 2013 (Fri) 4:00pm UGLTII, QMH

* Clinical skills learning (CSL) of Surgery begins at 8:00am and ends at 11:00am.

Week 1 Time 8:30 9:30 9:30 10:30 10:30 11:30 Mon 12.8.13 CSL (Sur: 1-9)* (Med: c & d) Tue 13.8.13 CSL (ENT: 7-12) (O&G: 5b, 6) (Orth: 1-5a) TB Clerkship: Clinical Audit (14b-18) 9:30-11:30am Wed 14.8.13 CSL (Med: c1-c7) (O&G: 1-3) (Orth: 5b-9) PBL Case 1 (16) (Sur: 1-9) 9:00-11:30am TB Clerkship: Clinical Audit (1-5a) 9:30-11:30am (Sur: 1-9)* 8 :00-9 :00am PBL Case 1 (6) Thu 15.8.13 CSL (Med: d1-d7) Fri 16.8.13 CSL (Med: c & d) (O&G: 7-9) Sat 17.8.13 CSL (Med: c & d)

12:00 12:50 1:00 2:00 2:00 3:00 3:00 4:00

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

PBL Case 1 (1-5, 7-15, 1718) 2:30-4:30pm (Group 16) 2:15-4:15 pm

CSL

Human Sexuality (1-18)

PBL Case 1 (1-14, 17-18) 2:30-4:30pm

CSL (Diag Rad: 1-18)

(Diag Rad: 1-18) Course

4:00 5:00 5:00 6:00

Paediatrics : Briefing on Mother Baby Project (1-18) 4:30-6:00pm LT4

Infection Control Refresher Seminar (1-18) 4:30-5:30pm UGLT II

Briefing on Logbook Assessment (1-18) 5:00-5:30pm LT4

Week 2 Time 8:30 9:30 9:30 10:30 Mon 19.8.13 CSL (Sur: 1-9)* Tue 20.8.13 CSL (Orth: 1-5a) Wed 21.8.13 CSL (Med: d1-d7) 11 Thu 22.8.13 CSL (Med: c1-c7) Fri 23.8.13 CSL (Med: d1-d7) Sat 24.8.13 CSL (Orth: 10-14a)

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10:30 11:30

(Med: c1-c7)

(O&G: 7-9) (Psy: 10-18)

(O&G: 1-3) TB Clerkship: Clinical Audit (5b-9) 9:30-11:30am

(Orth: 14b-18) (Sur: 1-9)

(O&G: 4, 5a)

12:00 12:50 1:00 2:00 2:00 3:00 3:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 5:00 6:00 CSL

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

CSL (ENT: 1-6) PBL Case 1 (15)

Human Sexuality Course (1-18)

CSL (Diag Rad: 118)

Human Sexuality Course (1-18) PLT

(Diag Rad: 118)

PBL Case 1 (16) TB Clerkship: 3:15-5:15pm Clinical Audit (10-14a) 2:30-4:30pm Chest X-ray (16, 17)

Week 3 Time 8:30 9:30 9:30 10:30 10:30 11:30 Mon 26.8.13 CSL (Sur: 1-9)* (Med: d1-d7) Tue 27.8.13 CSL (ENT: 1-6) (Psy: 10-18) Wed 28.8.13 CSL (Med: c1-c7) (O&G: 4-6) PBL Case 2 (16) Thu 29.8.13 CSL (Med: d1-d7) (Sur: 1-9) PBL Case 2 (6) Fri 30.8.13 CSL (Med: c1-c7) Sat 31.8.13 Human Sexuality Course (1-18)

12:00 12:50 1:00 2:00 2:00 3:00 3:00 4:00

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

PBL Case 2 (1-5, 7-15, 1718) 2:30-4:30pm

CSL (O&G: 10-12)

CSL (O&G: 1-3)

PBL Case 2 (1-5, 7-18) 2:30-4:30pm

CSL (O&G: 7-9)

4:00 5:00

Patient Safety

TB Clerkship:

TB Clerkship:

CSL

TB Clerkship:

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5:00 6:00

& Risk Management Seminar (1-18) 4:30-5:30pm LT4

Bedside Teaching 1 (4, 6, 7) PBL case 3 (5)

Bedside Teaching 1 (5, 8, 9) PBL Case 2 (6) 2:00-4:00pm

(Diag Rad: 1-18) 4:30-5:30pm LT4

Bedside Teaching 1 (13-15)

PBL Case 3 (5)

Chest X-ray (13, 15)

Chest X-ray (10, 12)

Chest X-ray (3, 6)

Week 4 Time 8:30 9:30 9:30 10:30 10:30 11:30 Mon 2.9.13 CSL (Med : c1-c7) (Orth: 14b-18) (Sur: 1-9) (TCM:7-12) 9:30-11:30am Tue 3.9.13 CSL (ENT: 1-6) Wed 4.9.13 CSL (Med: d1-d7) (O&G: 1-3) (Orth: 5b-9) Thu 5.9.13 CSL (Med: c1-c7) (Orth: 14b-18) (Sur: 1-9) (TCM: 13-18) 9:30-11:30am PBL Case 3 (6) Fri 6.9.13 CSL (O&G: 7-9) Sat 7.9.13 CSL (Ophth: 10-18) (Orth: 1-5a)

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WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

PBL Case 3 (1-4, 7-15, 1718) 2:30-4:30pm

CSL (O&G: 4-6)

CSL (Psy: 10-18) 2:30-5:30pm

PBL Case 3 (1-4, 7-18) 2:30-4:30pm

CSL (Psy: 1-9) 2:30-5:30pm TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 1 (10-12) PBL Case 3 (16)

TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 1 (16, 17, 18)

TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 1 (1, 2, 3) PBL Case 3 (6) 2:00-4:00pm

Chest X-ray (1, 11)

Chest X-ray (4, 5) Chest X-ray (14, 18)

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Week 5 Time 8:30 9:30 9:30 10:30 10:30 11:30 Mon 9.9.13 CSL (Sur: 10-18)* (Psy: 1-9) Tue 10.9.13 CSL (ENT: 13-18) (Med: a & b) Wed 11.9.13 CSL (Med: a & b) (O&G: 16-18) (Orth: 10-14a) Thu 12.9.13 CSL (Med: a1-a7) (Sur: 10-18) Fri 13.9.13 (TCM: 1-6) 9:30-11:30am Sat 14.9.13 CSL (Ophth: 1-9) (Orth:14b-18)

12:00 12:50 1:00 2:00 2:00 3:00 3:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 5:00 6:00

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

PBL Case 4 (1-4, 6-18) 2:30-4:30pm

CSL (O&G: 4-6)

Human Sexuality Course (1-18)

PBL Case 4 (1-4, 6-18) 2:30-4:30pm

CSL (Psy: 10-18) 2:30-5:30pm TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 2 (4-6) Chest X-ray (2, 7)

TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 2 (1-3) Chest X-ray (8, 9)

Week 6 Time 8:30 9:30 9:30 10:30 10:30 11:30 Mon 16.9.13 CSL (Med: b1-b7) (Orth: 1-5a) (Sur: 10-18) PBL Case 4 (5) Tue 17.9.13 CSL (ENT: 7-12) (O&G: 13-15) Wed 18.9.13 CSL (Med: a1-a7) (O&G: 10-12) Thu 19.9.13 CSL (Psy: 1-9) (Sur: 10-18) Fri 20.9.13 Holiday Sat 21.9.13 CSL (Orth: 10-14a)

12:00 12:50 1:00 2:00 2:00 3:00 3:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 CSL

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

CSL (ENT: 13-18)

TCM Staff-student Dialogue

CSL (O&G: 16-18)

(O&G:13-15)

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5:00 6:00 TB Clerkship: Bedside TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 2 (7-9) Teaching 2 (10-12)

(1-18)

(Psy: 1-9) 2:30-5:30pm TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 2 (13-15)

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Week 7 Time 8:30 9:30 9:30 10:30 10:30 11:30 Mon 23.9.13 CSL (Med: b1-b7) (Sur: 10-18)* Tue 24.9.13 CSL (ENT: 13-18) (Med: a1-a7) (Orth: 5b-9) Wed 25.9.13 CSL (Med: b1-b7) (O&G: 10-12) Thu 26.9.13 CSL (Med: a1-a7) (Sur: 10-18) Fri 27.9.13 CSL (Med: b1-b7) (Orth: 14b-18) Sat 28.9.13 CSL (Orth:10-14a)

12:00 12:50 1:00 2:00 2:00 3:00 3:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 5:00 6:00

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS

WCS (PLT)

PBL Case 5 (1-4, 7, 9-10, 12-18) 2:30-4:30pm

CSL (ENT: 7-12) (O&G: 13-15) PBL Case 4 (5)

TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 3 (1-3)

PBL Case 5 (1-4, 6-16, 18) 2:30-4:30pm

CSL (O&G: 16-18)

PBL Case 5 (5) CSL (Sur: 10-18) 2:00-3:30pm TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 3 (13-15)

PBL Case 5 (6) TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 2 (16-18)

Week 8 Time 8:30 9:30 9:30 10:30 10:30 11:30 Mon 30.9.13 CSL (Med: a1-a7) (Sur: 10-18)* Tue 1.10.13 Holiday Wed 2.10.13 CSL (Med: b1-b7) (O&G: 10-12) PBL Case 5 (17) 8:30-10:30am Thu 3.10.13 CSL (Med: b1-b7) (Orth: 1-5a) (Sur: 10-18) Fri 4.10.13 CSL (Med: a1-a7) Sat 5.10.13 CSL (Orth: 5b-9)

12:00 12:50 1:00 2:00

WCS Staff-Student Consultative Meeting


(tentative)

WCS

WCS

2:00 3:00 3:00 4:00

PBL Case 5 (11)

TB Clerkship: Bedside 17

CSL (O&G: 13-15)

CSL (O&G: 16-18)

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4:00 5:00 5:00 6:00

PBL Case 5 (8) TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 3 (4-6)

Teaching 3 (10-12) TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 3 (16-18) TB Clerkship: Bedside Teaching 3 (7-9) PBL Case 5 (5)

Paediatrics - Presentation of Mother Baby Project (Groups 118): October 7, 2013, 9:00am-12:30pm, UGLT II, QMH Formative examination: Any one day during the period October 7 to 11, 2013 CSL Clinical Skills Learning includes clinical demonstration, bedside teaching and teaching clinics and seminars etc. WCS Whole Class Sessions include formal and interactive lectures. Grouping of students: (i) The class is divided into 18 groups of 9 students each. Each group is further subdivided into a and b (i.e. about 4 to 5 students in one sub-group to facilitate arrangement for small group clinical skills teaching). Please refer to the separate grouping list for the small group activities arranged by individual departments. (ii) As requested by the Department of Medicine, Groups 1-9 will be regrouped into Groups a and b and Groups 10-18 into Groups c and d. Each of the Groups a, b, c and d will be further sub-divided into 7 sub-groups. Due to the complexity of student grouping for Medicine CSL sessions, students must refer to the separate student grouping list and schedule prepared by the Department of Medicine for details.

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3.
3.1

WHOLE CLASS SESSIONS


Venue and Time

Venue: All sessions will be held at Underground Lecture Theatre II, New Clinical Building, QMH (except for the session on September 28, 2013 which will be held at Room 134, Pathology Lecture Theatre, University Pathology Building, QMH) Time: 12:00noon 12:50pm The WCS 6 will be rescheduled to August 16, 2013 (Wed) from 4:00pm to 5:00pm at UGLT II.

3.2

Schedule
Date 12.8.13 (Mon) 13.8.13 (Tue) 15.8.13 (Thu) 16.8.13 (Fri) 16.8.13 (Wed) 17.8.13 (Sat) Topic History Taking & General Examination Surgery & Surgical Principles Central Nervous System I Role of surgery for Malignancies Respiratory System History Taking and Physical Examination in Surgical Patients (I) 7 19.8.13 (Mon) Cardiovascular I: Physical Examination (History Taking) 8 15 19 16 17 23 20 21 43 20.8.13 (Tue) 21.8.13 (Wed) 22.8.13 (Thu) 23.8.13 (Fri) 24.8.13 (Sat) 26.8.13 (Mon) 27.8.13 (Tue) 28.8.13 (Wed) 29.8.13 (Thu) Cardiovascular II: Physical Examination ENT I Surgical Infection ENT II Common Surgical Emergencies Rehabilitation Medicine Metabolic Response in Surgical Patients Fluid, Electrolytes and Blood Transfusion The Use of Laboratory Tests in Clinical Medicine
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Session 3 11 9 18 6 12

Department Medicine Surgery Medicine Surgery Medicine Surgery

Teacher(s) Prof RYH Yu Prof S Law Prof SL Ho Prof WL Law Prof WK Lam Dr HH Tuen

Medicine

Prof HF Tse

Medicine Surgery (ENT) Surgery Surgery (ENT) Surgery Medicine Surgery Surgery Medicine

Prof HF Tse Prof W Wei Dr J Ho Dr R Tsang Prof KM Chu Dr LSW Li Prof ST Fan Dr J Poon Prof Sidney Tam

Session 13

Date 30.8.13 (Fri)

Topic History Taking and Physical Examination in Surgical Patients (II)

Department Surgery

Teacher(s) Dr HH Tuen

22 1

31.8.13 (Sat) 2.9.13 (Mon)

Examination of the Abdomen Introduction to HRP 1

Medicine School of Public Health

Prof CL Lai Dr D Vackova

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3.9.13 (Tue) 4.9.13 (Wed) 5.9.13 (Thu) 6.9.13 (Fri) 7.9.13 (Sat) 9.9.13 (Mon) 10.9.13 (Tue)

Injuries to Bone & Joints Introduction to Orthopaedic Surgery Reconstruction Childrens Orthopaedics & Deformities Principles in Trauma Management Central Nervous System II Physiology of Lactation, Breast Feeding & Infant Feeding

Ortho & Trauma Ortho & Trauma Ortho & Trauma Ortho & Trauma Surgery Medicine Obs & Gyn Paed & Adol Med Obs & Gyn School of Public Health

Dr F Leung Prof KDK Luk Dr WY Ip Dr M To Dr KH Tong Prof RTF Cheung Dr PW Hui Dr Rosanna Wong Dr R Li Dr J Wu

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11.9.13 (Wed) 12.9.13 (Thu)

Fertility Regulation Introduction to HRP 2

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13.9.13 (Fri) 14.9.13 (Sat)

Complications of Early Pregnancy Physiology of Pregnancy & Minor Ailments

Obs & Gyn Obs & Gyn

Dr TC Pun Dr A Kan

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16.9.13 (Mon) 17.9.13 (Tue) 18.9.13 (Wed) 19.9.13 (Thu) 21.9.13 (Sat) 23.9.13 (Mon)

Aetiology of Psychiatric Disorders Child Health Hypertension and Pregnancy Puerperium and Related Problems Paediatric History Taking Perinatal Medicine, Antenatal Care & Prepregnant Counselling

Psychiatry Paed & Adol Med Obs & Gyn Obs & Gyn Paed & Adol Med Obs & Gyn Paed & Adol Med Paed & Adol Med Ophthalmology Ophthalmology Obs & Gyn

Prof PC Sham Dr P Ip Dr C Ong Dr N Shek Prof YL Lau Dr M Tang Dr Mabel Wong Prof YL Lau Dr M Marcet Prof J Lai Prof E Ng

37 5 44 33

24.9.13 (Tue) 25.9.13 (Wed) 26.9.13 (Thu) 27.9.13 (Fri)

Immunization Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Disease Common Eye Diseases Menstrual Disorders

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Session 39

Date 28.9.13 (Sat)

Topic Classification & Diagnosis of Psychiatric Illness

Department Psychiatry

Teacher(s) Dr KF Chung

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30.9.13 (Mon) 2.10.13 (Wed)

Brain and Behaviour Somatic Presentation of Psychiatric Diseases

Psychiatry Psychiatry

Prof E Chen Dr CW Law

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3.10.13 (Thu)

Psychosocial Assessments for General Medical & Surgical Patients

Psychiatry

Dr EHM Lee

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3.3

Learning Outcomes
Introduction to HRP 1 Dr D Vackova School of Public Health

Session 1

Examine the links between critical literature review and research question formulation. Practise formulating research questions for the Health Research Project. Examine the different study designs and to analyse their strengths and weaknesses. Judge whether a chosen study design is appropriate for the research questions formulated in the Health Research Project.

Session 2

Introduction to HRP 2

Dr E Lau

School of Public Health

Discuss how to determine validity of a measurement instrument. Examine the measurement instruments used for specific research questions. Identify the methods used for sample size determination for a research project. Examine the methods of sampling for the Health Research Project.

Session 3

History Taking & General Examination

Prof RYH Yu

Medicine

Develop the understanding of the basic principles of obtaining a medical history and conducting physical examination in a wide variety of clinical situations. Develop the skills in eliciting clinical symptoms and signs by interviewing and examining patients systematically and with sensitivity. Develop the capability to understand and interpret clinical symptoms and signs according to physiological and biochemical principles, and to use this information to guide further investigations; and to arrive at an initial list of differential diagnoses.

Develop the knowledge of the cultural, economic and psychosocial influences on health and illness. Develop the ability to communicate with patients, peers and other health care professional orally and in writing.

Session 4

Paediatric History Taking

Prof YL Lau

Paed & Adol Med

Develop competence in taking a history of the symptoms and signs of a presenting illness and review of the course and nature of past illness, the family history and a review of the systems. Develop an awareness of basic skills in communicating with the parents and the patients. Have clearly defined goals of the clinical encounter: identify the problems from the history, formulate a list of differential diagnosis, focus on aspects of the examination most relevant to the clinical problems.

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Session 5

Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Disease

Dr M Marcet

Ophthalmology

Discuss the ocular manifestations of systemic diseases, including its presentation and treatments.

Session 6

Respiratory System

Prof WK Lam

Medicine

Learn the common symptoms of respiratory diseases. Understand the principles of physical examination of the respiratory system. Learn the common tests in the investigation of respiratory diseases. Learn the basic clinical approach to patients with respiratory diseases.

Session 7

Cardiovascular I: Physical Examination (History Taking)

Prof HF Tse

Medicine

Describe and interpret the common symptoms of the cardiovascular diseases. Perform a comprehensive history taking for patients with the cardiovascular diseases. Distinguish cardiac versus non-cardiac causes of chest pain and dyspnoea.

Session 8

Cardiovascular II: Physical Examination

Prof HF Tse

Medicine

Develop the skills on how to perform and interpret physical examination for the cardiovascular system. Describe the commonly performed tests and their usefulness in the cardiovascular system. Realize that major cardiovascular problems in children are related to congenital rather than acquired heart defects. Describe and recognize common syndromes associated with congential heart disease. Describe the differences in the cardiovascular examination findings between children and adults. Recognize symptoms and signs of congenital heart disease.

Session 9

Central Nervous System I

Prof SL Ho

Medicine

Assess the higher cerebral function in a normal person. Examine the cranial nerves (I to XII).

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Session 10

Central Nervous System II

Prof RTF Cheung

Medicine

Restate the general rules of clinical examination in neurology, namely inspection, palpation, tone, power, reflexes, coordination, pin prick sensation, proprioception, light touch and vibration. Show how to perform neurological examination of upper and lower limbs Explain the importance of detecting abnormal signs in pyramidal system, extrapyramidal system, cerebellar system, spinothalamic sensations and dorsal column sensations. Give examples of hypotonia in an infant (i.e. floppy baby). Give examples of hpertonia in an infant (e.g. scissoring posture of legs, cortical thumb of hand).

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Session 11

Surgery & Surgical Principles

Prof S Law

Surgery

Develop an understanding of the followings: The concept of manual treatment in diseases being cognitive-based. The necessity of a confined nature of pathology in surgical treatment. The importance of localisation by various investigations. The invasiveness of operative intervention. The evaluation of operative risk and the balance against benefit. The need to make decisions based on incomplete information. The urgency of surgical procedures. The special place of surgical treatment solid organ cancer, blockage of hollow structures, organ transplantation, trauma, congenital anomalies, localisable inflammatory / infective conditions, bleeding, acquired conditions.

Session 12 & 13 History Taking and Physical Examination in Surgical Patients (I) & (II)

Dr HH Tuen

Surgery

Learn and understand the importance of good history taking and physical examination in managing surgical patients. Discuss how methodical approach in history taking of surgical patients helps in making definitive diagnosis. Understand the specific points in history and physical examination that will determine the severity of patients surgical condition.

Session 14

Principles in Trauma Management

Dr KH Tong

Surgery

Identify the correct sequence of priorities in assessing the multiply injured patient. Identify how the mechanism of injury contributes to the identification of injuries. Apply the principles outlined in the primary and secondary evaluation in the initial assessment of the multiply injured patient. Apply guidelines and techniques in the initial resuscitation of the multiple injured patient. Identify the pitfalls associated with the initial assessment and management of the injured patient.

Session 15

ENT I

Prof W Wei

Surgery

Introduce the scope of otorhinolaryngology. Learn the special investigations, advances and scope of specialty and future perspectives.

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Session 16

ENT II

Dr R Tsang

Surgery

Introduce the common ENT diseases in Hong Kong. Learn the clinical features, investigations, pathology and treatment of: Ear: otitis externa, otitis media, cholesteatomea, acoustic neuroma, trauma. Nose: rhinosinusitis, polyp, foreign body, trauma. Throat: vocal nodule, vocal polyp, vocal cord palsy. Head and neck cancer: nasopharyngeal carcinoma, oral cancer, leukoplakia, laryngeal cancer.

Session 17

Common Surgical Emergencies

Prof KM Chu

Surgery

Learn the common surgical emergencies infection/inflammation, bleeding, obstruction, perforation (trauma covered by another session). Understand the general presentation of surgical emergencies. Learn the basic principles of investigation and treatment of surgical emergencies.

Session 18

Role of Surgery for Malignancies

Prof WL Law

Surgery

Introduce examples of common surgical malignancies. Appreciate their general clinical features. Learn the basic principles in the investigation and treatment.

Session 19

Surgical Infection

Dr J Ho

Surgery

Understand the pathogenesis of infection. Learn the various types of surgical infections, including wound infection, soft tissue infection and organ space infection. Learn the principles of treatment of surgical infection, including surgery and antibiotics treatment. Understand the importance of infection control in surgical practice.

Session 20

Metabolic Response in Surgical Patients

Prof ST Fan

Surgery

Introduce types of stress in surgical patients. Understand the response of body to stress. Learn ill effects of stress. Understand remedy to reduce adverse effects of surgery.
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Session 21

Fluid, Electrolytes and Blood Transfusion

Dr J Poon

Surgery

Understand the principle of intravenous fluid administration for surgical patients. Familiarize with different types of commonly used intravenous fluid. Understand the electrolyte requirement and mode of replacement in surgical patients. Examination of the Abdomen Prof CL Lai Medicine

Session 22

Recognise the stigmata of liver diseases on general examination. Understand the importance of the hand remaining stationary while trying to define the liver, spleen and kidneys. Know the importance of palpating for the spleen along the correct direction. Differentiate between the spleen and the left kidney.

Session 23

Rehabilitation Medicine

Dr LSW Li

Medicine

Define the principles and approaches in rehabilitation medicine. Distinguish the terms impairment, disability, handicap, functional and participation limitations and environmental and personal factor in rehabilitation. Identify the components of different rehabilitation programmes. Apply the concept of ICF in rehabilitation of chronic diseases and persons with disabilities. Understand various types of exercise used in rehabilitation.

Session 24

Injuries to Bone & Joints

Dr F Leung

Ortho & Trauma

Define the classification of injuries. Understand the disease approach to injured patients. Give an account of common bone and joint injuries. Discuss treatment principles of common fractures.

Session 25

Introduction to Orthopaedic Surgery

Prof KDK Luk

Ortho & Trauma

Acquire the general concept of musculo-skeletal system. Understand the diagnosis of orthopaedic problems. Learn the principle of management of orthopaedic problems.

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Session 26

Reconstruction

Dr WY Ip

Ortho & Trauma

Understand the whole range of conditions and tissues requiring reconstruction. Appreciate multiple methods used for reconstruction. Understand such with examples. Recognize the challenges of reconstruction.

Session 27

Childrens Orthopaedics & Deformities

Dr M To

Ortho & Trauma

Understand growth and development of the musculoskeletal system. Know the clinical presentation of common problems like CDH, Clubfoot, scoliosis, children fracture, intoeing, bowleg, knock knee & flatfoot. Appreciate the differences in management between children and adult orthopaedics. Physiology of Pregnancy & Minor Ailments Dr A Kan Obs & Gyn

Session 28

Describe the physiological changes of different body systems during pregnancy and to relate these changes to clinical features. Describe the effects of pregnancy on the major organ systems cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, haematological, endocrine, gastrointestinal and musculoskeletal. Identify the symptoms and signs of minor disorders in pregnancy and formulate the management plan.

Session 29

Hypertension and Pregnancy

Dr C Ong

Obs & Gyn

Define and classify different types of hypertension in pregnancy and to describe its clinical implications. Indicate the management principles of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. List the different types of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. Describe the pathophysiology and clinical features of gestational hypertensive disorders. Do appropriate physical examination and arrange investigations to differentiate different causes of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. Describe the principles in management of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy.

Session 30

Complications of Early Pregnancy

Dr TC Pun

Obs & Gyn

Evaluate a woman with symptoms of bleeding/pain/vomiting in early pregnancy and be aware of the differential diagnosis.
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Diagnose different types of miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy based on clinical findings and investigations results and to manage the condition accordingly. List the causes of bleeding/pain/vomiting in early pregnancy. Define different types of miscarriages/ectopic pregnancy based on history, physical findings and investigation results. Discuss the treatment options for different types of miscarriages/ectopic pregnancy. Discuss the psychological and social effects on the couple with early pregnancy loss.

Session 31

Puerperium and Related Problems

Dr N Shek

Obs & Gyn

Recognize the physiololgical changes during puerperium and to know the management of normal puerperium and common disorders arising in this period of time. Define the period of puerperium. Describe the changes in the genital organs, breasts, and general condition during puerperium. Recognize common disorders in the puerperium including subinvolution of the uterus, secondary postpartum haemorrhage, infection, thromboembolism and postpartum depression. Describe the role of the primary care physician in the management of the normal puerperium

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Session 32

Perinatal Medicine, Antenatal Care & Pre-pregnant Counselling

Dr M Tang Dr Mabel Wong

Obs & Gyn Paed & Adol Med

Explain the importance and purpose of antenatal care and pre-pregnant counseling. Discuss the principles of newborn resuscitation and management of well newborn infants. List the screening tests offered in the antenatal period. Recognize the factors affecting the decision of timing and mode of delivery. Summarize the principles of newborn resuscitation. Explain the biochemical and physical means of newborn screening. Describe the normal newborn care. Recognize the importance of parental counseling and support.

Session 33

Menstrual Disorders

Prof E Ng

Obs & Gyn

Describe the physiology of a normal menstrual cycle and understand how it can go wrong and the management plan. Describe the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis and the common causes of altered cycles. Recognize several common problems in clinical practice (amenorrhoea, menorrhagia, irregular periods, dysmenorrhea) and to illustrate the clinical approach of each problem. Select the appropriate management option for each menstrual disorder.

Session 34

Fertility Regulation

Dr R Li

Obs & Gyn

Describe the different contraceptive methods and discuss the different methods used to terminate pregnancy. List the currently available methods of contraception (including sterilization) and to describe their mechanisms of action, effectiveness, side effects and medical eligibility criteria. Describe different methods of termination of pregnancy and its legal aspect. Counsel the couples on the choice of method of contraception (including sterilization), taking into account the risks and benefits of each option. Counsel the couples requesting termination of pregnancy, with special attention to psychosocial considerations.

Session 35

Physiology of Lactation, Breast Feeding & Infant Feeding

Dr PW Hui Dr Rosanna Wong

Obs & Gyn Paed & Adol Med

Demonstrate the knowledge of the physiology and function of the breast during lactation. List the normal physiologic and anatomic changes of the breast during the postpartum period. Recognize and treat common postpartum abnormalities of the breasts.
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Know the reasons why breastfeeding should be encouraged. Point out the nutritional needs of the growing infant and child. Explain Chinese traditional feeding practices and their impact on growth.

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Session 36

Child Health

Dr P Ip

Paed & Adol Med

Identify major problems in child health globally and in HK. Recognize major causes of mortality and morbidity in various paediatric age groups Identify effective strategies to promote child health.

Session 37

Immunization

Prof YL Lau

Paed & Adol Med

State the Government Vaccination Schedule in Hong Kong. Describe the difference between i) ii) iii) passive and active immunization live attenuated, inactivated and component vaccines vaccination and immunization

Recognize effective vaccines still NOT used in HK universally. State measles as a case study to appreciate change of vaccine strategy with time. Recognize the precautions and contraindications in vaccination.

Session 38

Brain and Behaviour

Prof E Chen

Psychiatry

Describe the principles involved in the study of brain function. List the behavioural consequences of pathologies affecting certain brain circuits. Demonstrate the functional significance of the following circuits. Explain the prefrontal areas, cortio-striato-pallido-thalamic loops and the limbic circuit.

Session 39

Classification & Diagnosis of Psychiatric Illness

Dr KF Chung

Psychiatry

List the principles of classification of psychiatric illness. Differentiate the advantages and disadvantages of giving a diagnostic label. Describe the common classification system.

Session 40

Aetiology of Psychiatric Disorders

Prof PC Sham

Psychiatry

List factors contributing to the aetiology of psychiatric disorders. Apply this knowledge in a holistic approach to diseases in general. Linking clinical and basic sciences.

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Session 41

Somatic Presentation of Psychiatric Diseases

Dr CW Law

Psychiatry

Recognize possible shared presentations of symptoms in medical and psychiatric conditions, as well as the interrelation between them. Describe the basic concept of psychosomatic disorders and possible controversies behind. Develop a clinical perspective towards the multi-causality of symptom formation and presentation in psychosomatic disorders. Distinguish various psychiatric diagnoses used in classifying somatic presentations of psychiatric illnesses and their basic clinical features. Explain the common underpinnings of psychological factors in affecting somatic presentations, and translate them into basic principles in the management of patients with psychosomatic disorders.

Session 42

Psychosocial Assessments for General Medical & Surgical Patients

Dr EHM Lee

Psychiatry

Explain the biopsychosocial approach in patient care. List the common patient concerns and stress factors involved in being ill. Demonstrate how to undertake a psychosocial assessment on patients.

Session 43

The Use of Laboratory Tests in Clinical Medicine

Prof Sidney Tam

Medicine

Appreciate the importance of laboratory investigations as an aid in the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of diseases Appreciate the sensitivity and specificity of laboratory tests for common medical conditions Appreciate the role of laboratory tests in complimenting clinical assessment of a patient Illustrate some pitfalls in the interpretation of laboratory findings Illustrate the importance of bedside investigations such as urinalysis as an integral part of the clinical examination of the patient

Session 44

Common Eye Diseases

Prof J Lai

Ophthalmology

Acquire an exposure to the spectrum of common ocular diseases.

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3.4

Mother Baby Project

Learning Outcomes

Appreciate the difference between the baby and adult. Identify health-related problems by communicating and discussing with peers, parents and patients. Analyze the impact of the family, society and environment on a childs growth and development. Recognize the importance of nutrition, growth and development in childhood. Acknowledge the importance of special issues on 5 themes: i) ii) iii) iv) v) Vaccination Development Growth Feeding & Nutrition Minor ailments in newborn and infancy

Format

All medical students MUST attend the presentation (notification in writing should be sent to Prof V Wong vcnwong@hku.hk / and copied to Ms Cheryl Wong cherylww@hku.hk before the session in case you fail to attend).

All medical students should sit along the same rows according to the groupings so listed for easy identification during the presentation session. The role division sheet should be signed by ALL medical students.

Schedule
Week 1 Date 12.8.13 (Mon) 9 7.10.13 (Mon) 0900 1230 118 Time 1630 1800 Groups 118 Activities Briefing on Mother Baby Project Presentation of Mother Baby Project Prof V Wong/ Dr PY Liu UGLT II, NCB, QMH Coordinators/ Teachers Dr PY Liu LT4, WMB Venue

Venue: LT4 Cheung Kung Hai Lecture Theatre 4, G/F, William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road UGLT II Underground Lecture Theatre II, New Clinical Building, QMH

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3.5 Infection Control and Patient Safety Course Part I: Infection Control Refresher Seminar Learning Outcomes

Acquire an overview on the infection control principles. Understand the importance of isolation precautions. Remember your FIVE moments of hand hygiene. Prevent sharps injuries and mucosal exposures. Manage the hospital wastes properly.

Schedule
Week 1 Date 13.8.13 (Tue) Time 1630 1730 Groups 118 Teacher Dr J Tai Venue UGLT II, NCB, QMH

Venue: UGLT II Underground Lecture Theatre II, New Clinical Building, QMH Part II: Patient Safety & Risk Management Seminar Learning Outcomes

To understand the basic concept of patients safety. To appreciate the contributions of human factors and the human-system interface to patient safety. To appreciate the impact of system and complexity on patient safety. To be aware of the importance of effective team play, and to understand how workplace culture may impact on team functioning.

Schedule
Week 3 Date 26.8.13 (Mon) Time 1630 1730 Groups 118 Teacher Dr Libby Lee Venue LT4, WMB

Venue: LT4 Cheung Kung Hai Lecture Theatre 4, G/F, William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road

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3.6

Chinese Medicine Teaching

Although Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is categorized as a complementary health system in western countries, it is an important form of primary care in many Asian countries. In China, TCM has developed over a long period of more than 2000 years into a unique medical system with specific theories and guiding principles to diagnose and cure human illnesses. The TCM approach towards health and disease is different from that of modern western medicine. TCM, being a vital part of the Chinese culture, is largely based on the philosophical and holistic view that the human subject is a dynamic interactive part of the Universe, with the human body itself functioning as a small universe, within which is a set of interconnected systems, that usually work in balance to maintain healthy functioning of the body. Any disruption of this balance within the body or the harmony between the body and the universe will cause illnesses, which are diagnosed as different specific syndromes, amenable to treatment by a range of traditional practices including acupuncture, moxibustion, dietetics, herbal medicine and others. As TCM has always enjoyed popularity in the Chinese communities and is widely used in Hong Kong, it is important for doctors, who are trained in modern western medicine, to have better appreciation and understanding of the roles played by these traditional practices in the prevention and treatment of human diseases in our society. In this connection, our MBBS students are offered lectures and clinical skills sessions on TCM, as well as TCM clinics attachments in their undergraduate years. The aims of Chinese Medicine teaching in the MBBS curriculum are:

to stimulate MBBS students' interest in TCM, Chinese philosophy and culture; to introduce MBBS students to the theories, principles and practice of TCM; to enable MBBS students to appreciate the differences between TCM and modern western medicine in concepts, theories and practices towards human physiology as well as diagnosis and management of diseases; to increase MBBS students awareness of the role of TCM in the healthcare system of Hong Kong; and to improve communication and promote interactions between western medicine and TCM practitioners in patient care.

Students will be provided with clinical exposures to the practice of Chinese Medicine in Year 3. During the MBBS III Integrated Block, there is one Clinical skills session on acupuncture and moxibustion, followed by an interactive session which serves as a platform for teachers and students to share their insights of the TCM. After that, students will undertake three attachment sessions to the TCM clinics in their Surgery rotation of the Junior Clerkship.

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(1) Clinical Skill Session on Acupuncture & Moxibustion Learning Outcomes: Learn the basic concepts in TCM acupuncture, including acupoints and meridians. Have an exposure to the practice of acupuncture. Schedule
Date 3.9.13 (Tue) 6.9.13 (Fri) 13.9.13 (Fri) Time 0930 1130 0930 1130 0930 1130 Group 712 13 18 16 Teachers Dr YM Yiu Dr YM Yiu Dr YM Yiu Venue

CSL3&4, 2/F, WMB CSL3&4, 2/F, WMB CSL3&4, 2/F, WMB

Venue: CSL3&4 Clinical Skills Laboratory, 2/F, William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road (2) Staff-student Dialogue Learning Outcomes: Share insights, queries and criticisms on TCM and its interactions with modern medicine in human healthcare with teachers and fellow classmates; Appreciate the differences and/ or commonalities between TCM and modern medicine in the diagnosis and management of altered health state. Schedule
Date 18.9.13 (Wed) Time 1400 1600 Group 1 18 Teacher Dr SYW Shiu / Dr D Siu / Prof JG Shen Venue UGLT I, NCB, QMH

Venue: UGLT I Underground Lecture Theatre I, New Clinical Building, QMH Assessment Each student is required to submit an essay of 500 words in either Chinese or English on any topics of TCM. A hard copy of the essay should be submitted to the Faculty Office by Friday, October 18, 2013. *Students who failed to attain a minimum of 80% attendance in the Year 1 and 2 TCM lectures are REQUIRED to submit 2 essays for assessment.

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4.

INDEX OF CLINICAL SKILLS LEARNING

Specialty

Clinical Skills

Method of Teaching and Demonstration Demonstration Clinical Setting -

Diagnostic Radiology

(1) Introduction and basic principles of radiography and contrast imaging (2) Cross-sectional imaging (3) Interventional radiology (4) Nuclear medicine

Slides

Slides Slides Slides Slides

Model Practical

ENT

(1) ENT examination skills (2) Basic head and neck anatomy and physiology

Medicine

History taking & physical examinations in (1) General (2) Central Nervous System (3) Respiratory System (4) Cardiovascular System (5) Gastrointestinal System Slides/Video Slides Slides/Video Slides/Video Video Video Video
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Obstetrics & Gynaecology

(1) History taking and interpersonal skill (2) Physical examination Gynaecology (3) Physical examination Obstetrics

(4) Case Demonstration

Video

Small Group Tutorial

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Specialty

Clinical Skills

Method of Teaching and Demonstration Demonstration Clinical Setting Bedside Supervised practice Bedside Bedside

Ophthalmology

(1) History and clinical examination (2) Simple optics and anterior segment disease (3) Glaucoma (4) Vitreoretinal disease

Slides/Video Slides/Video Slides/Video Slides/Video Video/Discussion Slides/Video Slides/Video Slides/Video Slides/Video Video/Live demonstration Video/Live demonstration Video/Live demonstration Video/Live demonstration

Orthopaedics & Traumatology

(1) History taking (2) Bone and joint injury and application of plaster (3) Physical examination of upper limb (4) Physical examination of lower limb (5) Physical examination of spine

Psychiatry

(1) Psychiatric History Taking (2) Mental State Examination (3) Eliciting Psychopathology I (4) Eliciting Psychopathology II

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Specialty

Clinical Skills

Method of Teaching and Demonstration Demonstration Clinical Setting

Surgery

History taking & physical examinations in (1) General (2) Skin & Subcutanous lesions (3) Breast (4) Thyroid (5) Head & Neck (6) Abdomen (7) Urology (8) Perineum & Hernia (9) Vascular System Slides Slides/Video Video Video Video Slides / Live demonstration Video Video Video Bedside Bedside (if possible) Bedside Bedside Bedside Bedside Bedside Bedside

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5.1

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY
Learning Outcomes

Radiology teaching in this Block will occur in large group settings and consist of 8 hours of whole class sessions in total. Contents of the teaching clinics will include demonstration of equipment, examples of images and revision of some radiological anatomy. The four main topics for discussion are summarized below and form the framework for teaching and learning: Radiography Conventional radiography, computed radiography, mammography Contrast imaging (fluoroscopy, IVU, angiography) Cross-sectional imaging Ultrasound Computed tomography (CT) Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Interventional radiology Nuclear medicine TOPIC : Radiography Learning Outcomes Level of Proficiency (Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes) Students should be able to Knowledge: understand the principles and Understand principles of X-ray production, conventional film applications of various screen radiography, computed radiography (CR). radiographic examinations, and Describe techniques of radiographic positioning, be able to select appropriate mammography, fluoroscopic procedures, IVU, and radiographic examinations angiography based on clinical indications and Describe techniques of mammography and its role in breast contraindications. cancer screening Skills: Discuss the basic indications and contraindications of the commonly performed radiographic examinations. Attitudes: Recognize differential radiation doses of various radiographic examinations and complications of fluoroscopic procedures TOPIC : Cross-sectional imaging Learning Outcomes Level of Proficiency (Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes) Students should be able to Knowledge: describe the principles of CT Understand the principles of cross-sectional imaging with and MRI, and to choose respect to ultrasound (US), computed tomography (CT) and CT/MRI examinations for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) appropriate clinical Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each of the above indications. imaging modality Skills: Discuss the basic clinical applications of cross-sectional imaging in relation to: Investigation of abnormal lesion seen on plain X-ray (CXR, AXR); Diagnosis of benign from malignant disease; Cancer staging; Image guided intervention TOPIC : Interventional Radiology Learning Outcomes Level of Proficiency (Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes)
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Students should be able to describe the use of common radiological interventional procedures, recognize their indications and complications.

Knowledge: Describe the common radiological interventional procedures listed below: Percutaneous biopsy (e.g lung, liver, kidney); Percutaneous transhepatic biliary drainage (PTBD); Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiogram (PTC); Percutaneous nephrostomy; Percutaneous drainage of abscesses and fluid collections including pleural effusions; Transcatheter arterial chemoembolisation of inoperable hepatocellular carcinoma Discuss the basic indications for these procedures; contraindications and complications of these procedures Recognize other interventional procedures: Neuro-IR; Angioplasty & stenting; Aortic stent graft; Image guided tumour ablation Level of Proficiency (Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes) Knowledge: Understand the principles of nuclear medicine and equipment used in nuclear medicine imaging. Recognize of the radiation dose involved Describe the common nuclear medicine scans: Isotope bone scan; Leucocyte scan; Myocardial perfusion scan; Tc99-DTPA renal scan; DMSA renal scan; MIBG scan; Thyroid and parathyroid scans; PET scan Skills: Discuss the indications for the above scans

TOPIC : Nuclear medicine Learning Outcomes Students should be able to understand principles of nuclear medicine, describe the common applications and discuss about their clinical indications.

5.2 Week
1 2 3

Schedule Date
13.8.13 (Tue) 16.8.13 (Fri)

Time
1400 1600 1400 1600

Groups
118 118 118 118 118

Activities
Radiography Cross-sectional Imaging 2 Nuclear Medicine Cross-sectional Imaging 1 Interventional Radiology

Teacher
Dr K Wong Dr Henry Mak Dr WY Ho Dr E Lee / Ms Christina Lam Dr KS Tai

Venue
UGLT II UGLT II UGLT II UGLT II LT4, WMB

19.8.13 (Mon) 1400 1500 22.8.13 (Thu) 1400 1600 29.8.13 (Thu) 1630 1730

Venue: LT4 Cheung Kung Hai Lecture Theatre 4, G/F, William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road UGLT II Underground Lecture Theatre II, New Clinical Building, QMH

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6. ENT
6.1 Learning Outcomes

Learn the basic concept of disease related to ENT. Learn how to take a clinical history related to ear, nose and throat. Learn how to carry out clinical examination of the ear, nose and throat.

6.2

Schedule
Groups Activities 7-12 Clinical demonstration and skills practice: Larynx and Neck 1400 - 1700 1-6 Clinical demonstration and skills practice: Time 0830 - 1130 Teachers Dr Raymond Tsang / Mr Raymond Fong Dr WK Ho / Dr Dennis Au Dr Raymond Tsang / Mr Raymond Fong Dr Victor To / Ms Ripley Wong Dr Raymond Tsang / Mr Raymond Fong Dr Victor To / Ms Ripley Wong Dr WK Ho / Dr Dennis Au Dr Victor To / Ms Ripley Wong Dr WK Ho / Dr Dennis Au Venue CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB

Week Date 1 13.8.13 (Tue)

20.8.13 (Tue)

Ear
3 27.8.13 (Tue) 0830 - 1130 1-6 Clinical demonstration and skills practice: Larynx and Neck Clinical demonstration and skills practice:

3.9.13 (Tue)

0830 - 1130

1-6

Nose & Mouth


5 10.9.13 (Tue) 0830 - 1130 13-18 Clinical demonstration and skills practice: Larynx and Neck 7-12 Clinical demonstration and skills practice:

17.9.13 (Tue)

0830 - 1130

Nose & Mouth


1400 - 1700 13-18 Clinical demonstration and skills practice:

Ear
7 24.9.13 (Tue) 0830 - 1130 13-18 Clinical demonstration and skills practice:

Nose & Mouth


1400 - 1700 7-12 Clinical demonstration and skills practice:

Ear
Venue: CSL1&2 - Clinical Skills Laboratory, 2/F, William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road

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7. HUMAN SEXUALITY COURSE


7.1 Aim The Course aims to provide students with a glimpse and a preliminary understanding of the multidimensional nature of sexuality and various personal and social problems involving sexuality. Format of Teaching Lectures, demonstrations and group discussions. 7.2 Course Learning Outcomes By the end of the Course, students are expected to be able to: appreciate the impact of sexual health on ones physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing; deal comfortably with sex-related issues during consultation; communicate decently with patients on sexual issues; and develop respect and tolerance for people who have different sexual lifestyles.

The ultimate objective is for students to gain core knowledge about human sexuality and sexual health as these appear in clinical practice. The Course, however, does not intend to go into the detailed knowledge or techniques in managing any particular types of sexual problems or diseases since these will be or should have been dealt with by the respective specialty or postgraduate teaching. How to Benefit from the Course 1. Attend all sessions. This is a short course and each part of it deals with a different topic. It could be your only opportunity in your medical study to come across the topic. So, do not miss any.

2. Read up the topics beforehand from the recommended reading materials, information and notes on the Moodle System, or from any other sources that you can lay hands on. 3. Raise questions or participate in discussions freely. Learn how to talk about sexual matters decently with other people and without any embarrassment. 4. If you have an attitude or a view that you want to bring out or assert, by all means do so. Remember that the objective of this Course is to improve awareness of ones own sexual attitudes and those of others, not to change or correct them. This could only be done if as many people as possible could bring out their personal views. 5. Discussions and revelations in class could touch on very personal matters. Students should take all self-disclosures in class as confidential and not to be revealed or related again outside the class.

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Recommended Reading Russell D., Braford D., Fairley C. (2005). Sexual Health Medicine: A clinical approach, IP Communications. Ross MW, Channon-Little LD, Rosser BRS. (2000) Sexual health concerns: interviewing and history taking for health practitioners. (2nd ed.) MacLennan & Petty Pty Ltd. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders. Fourth Edition, Text Version. (2000). American Psychiatric Association. WARNING: All medical teaching is for bona-fide medical students only, especially this Course which contains sexually explicit materials and discussions. Outsiders (people who are not bona-fide students of this class) are STRICTLY FORBIDDEN to attend any part of this Course. Students are asked to report to the teacher immediately should they spot any outsiders among them at any time during the Course. To breach this rule may lead to serious legal consequences to everyone involved.

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7.3

Learning Outcomes What is Sexual and Reproductive Health? Dr Sue ST Lo

Session 1

Define sexual health and related concepts. Understand various factors that affect sexual health. Apply basic principles of human sexuality to consultations of any specialties. Sexuality and the Life Cycle Dr Sue ST Lo

Session 2

Understand the beginning of sex from the time of conception. Describe the sexual health needs in different stages of the life cycle. Develop a positive attitude towards human sexuality. Sexual Function and Dysfunction Dr Angela WY Ng

Session 3

List and define the stages of normal human sexual response. List the diagnostic classifications of male and female sexual dysfunctions. Identify causes of sexual dysfunction. Understand the approach adopted in sex counseling and therapy. Sexual Problems in General Practice Dr Angela WY Ng

Session 4

Recognize the ways to detect sexual problems in daily medical practice. Take a comprehensive sexual history and arrange referrals. Illustrate the interconnections between sexual problems and other health conditions and diseases. Answer some of the common sex questions patients ask. Forensic Sexology Dr PSL Beh

Session 5

Define rape, sexual assault and other sex crimes. Understand the procedures for investigation and collecting evidence in rape cases. Understand Laws in Hong Kong relating to rape and sex. Appreciate the needs of rape victims and be able to provide urgent medical services with sensitivity. Alternative Sexual Lifestyles Dr Greg Mak

Session 6

Understand sexual orientation and gender identity issues. Understand the sexual health needs of homosexual, bisexual and transgendered patients and their families. Learn the interview skills needed when talking to people with alternative sexual lifestyles. Develop respect and tolerance for people with alternative sexual lifestyles. Sexual Offences Dr Greg Mak

Session 7

Understand the scope of paraphilia. Learn the interview skills needed when talking to people with paraphilia and other sexual offences.

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7.4 Schedule Week Date 1 14.8.13 (Wed) 2 21.8.13 (Wed) Time Content 1400-1700 Session 5: Forensic sexology 1400-1800 Session 6: Alternative sexual lifestyles Intermission Session 7: Sexual offences 1400-1700 Session 1: What is sexual and reproductive health? Intermission Session 2: Sexuality and the life cycle 0830-1130 Session 5: Forensic sexology 1400-1700 Session 3: Sexual function and dysfunction Intermission Session 4: Sexual problems in general practice Teachers Dr PSL Beh Dr Greg Mak Venue UGLT II UGLT II

23.8.13 (Fri)

Dr Sue ST Lo

PLT

3 5

31.8.13 (Sat) 11.9.13 (Wed)

Dr PSL Beh Dr Angela WY Ng

UGLT II UGLT II

Venue:

UGLT II Underground Lecture Theatre II, New Clinical Building, QMH PLT Room 134, Pathology Lecture Theatre, University Pathology Building, QMH

Brief description of the speakers: Dr Sue ST Lo Dr Greg Mak MBBS (HK), MD (HK), FRCOG , PDipComPsychMed (HK); Senior Doctor, The Family Planning Association of Hong Kong MBBS (HK), MRes(Med), FHKCPsych, FHKAM (Psychiatry). Associate Consultant, Castle Peak Hospital. Honorary Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, The University of Hong Kong. Certified Sex Therapist. Main interest: Sexual Deviation, Gender Identity Disorder MBBS, DMJ(Lond.), FHKCPath; FHKAM(Pathology). Associate Professor, Department of Pathology, The University of Hong Kong MBBS, MRCGP(UK), Family Doctor in private practice and Sex Therapist. Main interest: Sexual problems in general practice

Dr PSL Beh Dr Angela WY Ng

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8. MEDICINE
8.1 Learning Outcomes

Clinical Demonstrations 4 clinical examinations on general examination, central nervous system, respiratory system and cardiovascular system are to take place in the lecture theatre. In each session, there will be live demonstrations on clinical examination procedures and techniques, with the following learning outcomes:

Develop a professional attitude through learning the etiquette of bedside clinical examination. Demonstrate the skills in conducting a clinical examination of the various organ systems in Medicine in an organized manner.

Bedside Teaching Each student will attend 6 sessions, including general examination, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, abdomen and 2 sessions on central nervous system. They will take place in the Medical Wards in QMH. Each student will have hands-on experience in carrying out physical examination. The learning outcomes are:

Apply the knowledge learned in lectures and other teaching sessions on conducting a clinical examination of the various organ systems in Medicine in an organized manner in a real patient. Reinforce the importance of maintaining a high professional attitude through respecting patients privacy, beliefs and perceptions during clinical examination. Promote the learning and practice of the etiquette of bedside clinical examination. Develop the capability to carry out a systematic clinical examination of the various organ systems in Medicine. Develop the skills to elicit and identify an abnormal physical sign(s) during bedside clinical examination. Develop the capability to interpret the relevance of an abnormal physical sign(s) elicited during bedside clinical examination. Develop the capability to report and communicate to peers of a patients clinical examination findings in a professional manner. Perform self-appraisals and show acceptance of criticisms from peers of ones clinical examination skills and techniques.

General examination Strengthen the awareness of the importance of adequate exposure of the relevant body parts during general examination. Apply the general rules of clinical examination, namely inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation. Develop the skills and capability to detect common abnormal physical signs including pallor, jaundice, central and peripheral cyanosis, finger clubbing, ankle oedema and neck lymphadenopathy. Other systems General examination and the relevant system. Apply the general rule of inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation. Respiratory examination Students are expected to interpret and interrelate the physical signs in the following systematic
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manner: Inspection to describe chest wall shape and deformity, scar, respiratory rate and pattern, use of accessory respiratory muscles. Palpation to measure chest expansion; to locate position of trachea and apex beat. Percussion to recognize signs of dullness, stony dullness and hyper-resonance. Auscultation to differentiate breath sounds, normal and abnormal; to recognize common abnormal added sounds wheeze and crackles; to demonstrate vocal resonance. Cardiovascular examination Develop the skills to perform and demonstrate physical signs: Peripheral to identify all peripheral pulses, splinter haemorrhage, blood pressure, JVP. Inspection to look for chest wall deformity, scar, visible apex beat. Palpation to locate the apex beat and define the character. Auscultation to develop the skills to auscultate for (1) heart sounds: character and splitting; (2) murmurs: location, radiation, intensity, phase, duration; manouvres to elicit diastolic murmurs from mitral arising from the underlying diseases like mitral stenosis and/or regurgitation, aortic stenosis and/or regurgitation. Central nervous system Recognize the importance of a systematic approach during neurological examination. Restate the general rules of clinical examination in neurology, namely inspection, palpation, tone, power, reflexes, coordination, pin prick sensation, proprioception, light touch and vibration. Indicate the importance of development of skills and capability to detect normal findings and abnormal signs during neurological examination of cranial nerves. Indicate the importance of development of skills and capability to detect normal findings and abnormal signs during neurological examination of upper and lower limbs. Abdomen Learn to do a PROPER physical examination of the abdomen. Appreciate that the most important way to feel any abdominal organ is to ask the patient to move his/her organs by deep inspiration to meet the examiners waiting hand. Know the proper direction to feel for spleens, ie, along a line joining the umbilicus and the left anterior axillary fold. Self Learning Students are expected to learn through reading relevant materials and familiarize with: The essence of history taking and physical examination. The use of medical terms in describing symptoms and signs, and the correct use of terms during history presentation (symptoms) and presentation on physical findings (signs). A common example is to use ankle swelling (symptoms) in history and ankle edema (sign) in physical examination. The differential diagnosis associated with common abnormal physical signs, for example, diseases leading to finger clubbing.

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8.2

Student Grouping List


Group No. assigned by Faculty Group No. assigned by Faculty

Group a1 Chan Lok Hei Derek 1 Chan Yi Lam Priscilla (Miss) 2 Lee Christopher Pak-to 3 Leung Ka Chun 4 Luke Yiu 5 Cheng Chien-shan (Miss) Ho Chun Yin Group a2 Pun Wing Cheung (Miss) 6 Wong Kin Chung 7 Wong Man Chi 8 Wong Yiu Nam 9 Chan Cheuk Ming 10 Kwok Yan Ling Li Sin Man (Miss) Group a3 Cheung Chun Lin Raymond 11 Cheung Sui Lam Stephanie (Miss) 12 Chi Marcus Daniel Yuri 13 Chiu Chi Yuen 14 Choy Chun Hin 15 Lam Wai Man (Miss) 16 Group a4 Tsang Chi Yau Alice (Miss) 17 Wong Sum Lung 18 Chim Ming Yam Thomas 19 Hung Jessica Long-ching (Miss) 20 Hung Sum Kin 21 Lam Ka Mun (Miss) 22 Lam Tony 23 Group a5 Lau Jeremy Hugh Yen-hey 24 Li Yee Ming Jennifer (Miss) 25 Mak Chun Hei 26 Wong Cham Kit 27 Wong Ting Fung 28 Chan Ka Fai 29 Group a6 Chau Tsz Ching 30 Chiang Man Fung 31 So Yik Ka (Miss) 32 Ho Hing Shing 33 Ling Tsz Ki 34

1(a) 1(a) 1(a) 1(a) 1(a) BTCM9 BTCM10 1(b) 1(b) 1(b) 1(b) 2(a) BTCM11 BTCM12 2(a) 2(a) 2(a) 2(a) 2(b) 2(b) 2(b) 2(b) 3(a) 3(a) 3(a) 3(a) 3(a) 3(b) 3(b) 3(b) 3(b) 3(b) 4(a) 4(a) 4(a) 4(a) 4(a) 4(b)

Group b1 Li Jeremy Pei Lang 43 Ng Bing Chung 44 Pang Henry 45 Wong Yan Yu Ruby (Miss) 46 Yam Joyce Oching (Miss) 47 Liu Lee Lee (Miss) Lo Oi Sin (Miss) Group b2 Chan Kai Wai Kevin 48 Chang Hiu Tung (Miss) 49 Cheung Pui Lam 50 Chu Ashleigh Ka Ying (Miss) 51 Kwok Yue Nien Colins 52 Wang Li Chen Wang Yufang (Miss) Group b3 Lai Yik Leung 53 Ng Chung Hin 54 To Hoi Man (Miss) 55 Wong Chun Hei 56 Yang Zhen Wei 57 Chan Brian Chun Yuan 58 Group b4 Chan Lok Wun (Miss) 59 Fong Pak Yiu 60 Hui Kar Ching Raymond 61 Kong Ka Lun 62 Leung Chun Fung Arthur 63 Tsang Wing Ki Louise (Miss) 64 Yeung Pat Chung Alex 65 Group b5 Yiu Chi Ngo Geo 66 Cheung Ching Lam Chris 67 Choy Kai Tung Annabel (Miss) 68 Ho Pak Lam 69 Lam Long Yi 70 Lu Yi Zheng Ashley (Miss) 71 Group b6 Man Lok Chun 72 Tang Long Tian Aaron 73 Wai Ho Harrison 74 Yung Wing (Miss) 75 Au Wai Man (Miss) 76

5(b) 5(b) 5(b) 5(b) 5(b) BTCM13 BTCM14 6(a) 6(a) 6(a) 6(a) 6(a) BTCM15 BTCM16 6(b) 6(b) 6(b) 6(b) 6(b) 7(a) 7(a) 7(a) 7(a) 7(a) 7(b) 7(b) 7(b) 7(b) 8(a) 8(a) 8(a) 8(a) 8(a) 8(b) 8(b) 8(b) 8(b) 9(a)

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Tse Wing Ching (Miss) 35 Woo Hei Ching (Miss) 36 Group a7 Yu Yat Chung Kelvin 37 Chan Chun Hei 38 Chan Chung Hei 39 Chan Kwok Hei 40 Cheung Yan Yui Benedict 41 Fung Yan Ning (Miss) 42

4(b) 4(b) 4(b) 5(a) 5(a) 5(a) 5(a) 5(a)

Law Yuen Jim James 77 Lee Jeffrey Chun-yin 78 Group b7 Ng Kwun Hang 79 Pang Sze Ching Esther (Miss) 80 Shum Tsz Ho 81 Tse Tat Chi 82 Wong Wai Hin 83 Wu Lok Yi (Miss) 84

9(a) 9(a) 9(a) 9(a) 9(b) 9(b) 9(b) 9(b)

Group No. assigned by Faculty

Group No. assigned by Faculty

Group c1 85 Chan Ho Yan (Miss) 86 Cheung Pak Long 87 Kwong Yi Lee (Miss) 88 Lam Chun Ho Jason 89 Lam Wai Yiu Chan Chun Lum Ho Hin Ngai Group c2 90 Lai Shun Yan Sherri (Miss) 91 Lui Man Hin 92 Wong Tak Siu 93 Wong Yiu Fai 94 Yuen Pak Lun Lai Wing Hung (Miss) Lee Eileen (Miss) Group c3 95 Chan Yick Ting (Miss) 96 Chuang Chi Kit 97 Hau Siew Fung 98 Ko Lok Sum 99 Tang Ching (Miss) 100 Lai Shui Wun Group c4 101 Leung Hok Wai Brian 102 Tay Yong Jie Jeremy 103 Wong Ho Kiu (Miss) 104 Chan Hei Wo Heywood 105 Chan Hey Yin Aaron 106 Ho Nicola Tessa (Miss) 107 Lam Wing Kit Group c5 108 Ng Shu Man Carmen (Miss) 109 Leung Kwan Wai Amas 110 Mak Yuen Hei 111 Wong Henry Chun Yip

10(a) 10(a) 10(a) 10(a) 10(a) BTCM1 BTCM2 10(b) 10(b) 10(b) 10(b) 10(b) BTCM3 BTCM4 11(a) 11(a) 11(a) 11(a) 11(a) 11(b) 11(b) 11(b) 11(b) 12(a) 12(a) 12(a) 12(a) 12(a) 12(b) 12(b) 12(b)

Group d1 127 Ngan Ho Ting Abe 128 So Ching Hei 129 Wong Shing Lung 130 Wong Yuen Sze Sivia (Miss) 131 Chan Tsz Tai Li Ka Wai (Miss) Ng Yan Ki (Miss) Group d2 132 Chang Hsu Wei (Miss) 133 Chau Hung Kit 134 Lai Hei Tung Theodora (Miss) 135 Lam Hoi Kin Allan 136 Kwok Tsun Yat Terence Tsang Kwan Wai (Miss) Tse Wai Ho Group d3 137 Lam Hoi Shing 138 Li Chui Ting (Miss) 139 Li Wing Hei Sunny 140 Muk Lam (Miss) 141 Chau Shi San 142 Chung Wai Hin Group d4 143 Hou Baijing (Miss) 144 Lam Ming Yin Alison (Miss) 145 Lau Sui Ho 146 Leung Chun Yin William 147 Luk Yan (Miss) 148 Ngai Cheong 149 Wong On Wai Group d5 150 Lai Hon Yu (Miss) 151 Lam Chi Pang 152 Leung Ching Ngai 153 Lo Hong Yip

14(b) 14(b) 14(b) 14(b) 15(a) BTCM5 BTCM6 15(a) 15(a) 15(a) 15(a) 15(b) BTCM7 BTCM8 15(b) 15(b) 15(b) 15(b) 16(a) 16(a) 16(a) 16(a) 16(a) 16(b) 16(b) 16(b) 16(b) 17(a) 17(a) 17(a) 17(a)

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112 Yuen Karen Ka-wan (Miss) 113 Chan Chung Yun Group c6 114 Cheung Fu Ho Victor 115 Cheung Yan Chun 116 Chun Wing Ting Christine (Miss) 117 Leung Eunice Hilching (Miss) 118 Lai Tsz Him 119 Lau Ming 120 Lui Chun Man Group c7 121 Woo Hoi Kei Jacqueline Candace (Miss) 122 Cheung Claudia (Miss) 123 Leung Wang Hei Ricky 124 Lin Ying Kit 125 Lo Kin Ting 126 Mok Eugenie (Miss)

12(b) 13(a) 13(a) 13(a) 13(a) 13(a) 13(b) 13(b) 13(b) 13(b) 14(a) 14(a) 14(a) 14(a) 14(a)

154 Ngai King Shing 155 Tong Chi Him Group d6 156 Wo Bar Wai Barry 157 Wong Kwok Hei Arthur 158 Yiu Sze Wan Rachel (Miss) 159 Chow Tsz Fung 160 Chung Chi Ho 161 Hung Pui Long Wilson 162 Keung Hoi Ying Amy (Miss) Group d7 163 Or Parr Ning Brian 164 Wong Chun Yiu 165 Wong Janice Woon Yan (Miss) 166 Wong Wai Yiu 167 Yam Yin Lam Jeffrey 168 Yuen Wai Lam

17(a) 17(b) 17(b) 17(b) 17(b) 18(a) 18(a) 18(a) 18(a) 18(a) 18(b) 18(b) 18(b) 18(b) 18(b)

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8.3 Schedule Monday to Saturday 8:30 am 11:30 am


Week 1 Date 12.8.13 (Mon) 14.8.13 (Wed) Time 0915 - 1015 1015 - 1145 0830 1130 Groups c&d c&d c1 c2 c3 c4 d1 d2 d3 d4 c&d c&d c1 c2 c3 c4 d1 d2 d3 d4 c5 c6 c7 d1 d2 d3 d4 d5 d6 d7 c1 c2 c3 c4 d5 d6 d7 c1 c2 c3 c4 c1 c2 c3 c4 d1 d2 d3 d4 c5 c6 c7 Activities C: general C: RS B: general Teachers
Dr VPY Tan Dr JCM Ho Prof JCS Chim Dr KKH Yiu Dr YM Lam Dr PYJ Sim Dr HY Chung Dr WS Chow Dr BYC Choy Prof KWA Lie Prof SL Ho Prof HF Tse Dr TMY Mok Dr FKS Hon Dr KKH Yiu Dr YC Woo Dr YYS Pang Dr WWK Seto Dr DYH Yap Prof SCW Tang Dr TCC Yau Prof HF Tse Prof CS Lau Dr NYM Chan Prof SCW Tang Dr CCT Tam Dr PH Chan Dr FKS Hon Dr YC Woo Dr KW Liu Dr DYH Yap Dr EYL Hui Dr IFN Hung Dr WWW Mak Dr MF Lam Dr SKR Chang Dr GKK Lau Dr DCL Lam Prof MSM Ip Dr KLJ Wang Dr CY Yeung

Groups c5 c6 c7 d5 d6 d7

Activities B: general

Teachers
Dr NYM Chan Dr TMY Mok Prof LW Chu Prof BMY Cheung Dr KYJ Lam Dr TT Cheung

15.8.13 (Thu)

0830 1130

B: general

B: general

16.8.13 (Fri) 17.8.13 (Sat) 19.8.13 (Mon)

1000 1200 1000 - 1130 0830 1130

C: CNS C: CVS B: general

c5 c6 c7 d5 d6 d7 c1 c2 c3 c4 d5 d6 d7 d1 d2 d3 d4 c5 c6 c7 d1 d2 d3 d4 c5 c6 c7 c5 c6 c7 d5 d6 d7 c1 c2 c3 c4

B: general Prof MSM Ip


Prof DTM Chan Dr CCT Tam

21.8.13 (Wed)

0830 1130

B: CNS I

B: RS

Dr KWK Chan Dr TMY Mok Dr DCL Lam Dr SY Wong Dr MF Lam Dr VPY Tan Prof RMF Yuen Dr EWC Tse Dr WWK Seto Prof LW Chu Dr DCW Siu Dr KKH Yiu Dr TCC Yau Dr LTL Lam Prof LW Chu Dr YM Lam Dr KWK Chan Dr HY Chung Dr VPY Tan Prof BMY Cheung Dr TCC Yau Dr IFN Hung Dr NYM Chan Prof AYH Leung

22.8.13 (Thu)

0830 1130

B: CNS I

B: Abdomen

23.8.13 (Fri)

0830 1130

B: RS

B: Abdomen

26.8.13 (Mon)

0830 1130

B: CNS I

B: CVS

28.8.13 (Wed)

0830 1130

B: CNS II

B: CVS

29.8.13 (Thu)

0830 1130

B: CNS II

B: Abdomen

30.8.13 (Fri)

0830 1130

B: RS

B: Abdomen

2.9.13 (Mon)

0830 1130

B: CNS I
Dr KH Chan

B: RS
Prof LW Chu

4.9.13 (Wed)

0830 1130

B: CNS II

5.9.13 (Thu)

0830 1130

B: CNS II

Prof SCW Tang Dr EWC Tse Dr KH Chan Prof RTF Cheung Dr GKK Lau Dr YYS Pang Dr WWW Mak

B: CVS

Prof JCS Chim Prof KSL Lam Dr TCC Yau Dr HWR Chan Dr DYH Yap Prof KWA Lie Dr EYL Hui

B: CVS

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Week 5

Date 10.9.13 (Tue) 11.9.13 (Wed)

12.9.13 (Thu)

Time 0830 9:30 0930 1100 0830 1000 1000 1200 0830 1130

Groups a&b a&b a&b a&b a1 a2 a3 a4 b1 b2 b3 b4 a1 a2 a3 a4 b1 b2 b3 b4 a5 a6 a7 b5 b6 b7 a1 a2 a3 a4 b1 b2 b3 b4 a5 a6 a7 b1 b2 b3 b4 b5 b6 b7 a1 a2 a3 a4

Activities C: general C: RS C: CVS C: CNS B: general

Teachers
Dr DCL Lam Dr JCM Ho Prof HF Tse Prof RTF Cheung Prof KSL Lam Dr IFN Hung Dr CY Yeung Dr KYJ Lam Dr KKH Yiu Prof DTM Chan Prof CS Lau Dr SJA Hsu Dr KH Chan Dr EWC Tse Dr TT Cheung Prof RTF Cheung Dr FKS Hon Dr YMA Wang Dr KW Liu Dr CMJ Lam Prof HF Tse Prof AYH Leung Dr EYL Hui Dr TMY Mok Dr WWK Seto Dr KH Chan

Groups

Activities

Teachers

a5 a6 a7 b5 b6 b7 a5 a6 a7 b5 b6 b7 a1 a2 a3 a4 b1 b2 b3 b4 a5 a6 a7 b5 b6 b7 a1 a2 a3 a4 b5 b6 b7 b1 b2 b3 b4 a5 a6 a7

B: general

Dr BYC Choy Prof HF Tse Prof BMY Cheung Dr YC Woo Dr YMA Wang Dr PH Chan Prof KSL Lam Dr WWK Seto Prof WLS Lee Dr YKD But Dr YYJ Fung Dr SJA Hsu Prof RMF Yuen Dr LTL Lam Dr YYJ Fung Dr VPY Tan Prof JCS Chim Dr PYJ Sim Dr DYH Yap Dr TT Cheung Dr SY Wong Prof RMF Yuen Dr YKD But Prof MSM Ip Dr KLJ Wang Prof AYH Leung Dr CMJ Lam Dr DCW Siu Prof DTM Chan Dr KW Liu Dr YM Lam Prof WLS Lee Dr DCW Siu Prof RMF Yuen Dr SY Wong Dr YYJ Fung Dr YKD But Dr KKH Yiu Dr HWR Chan Dr SS Liu

16.9.13 (Mon)

0830 1130 0830 1130

B: general

B: general

18.9.13 (Wed)

B: CNS I

B: RS

23.9.13 (Mon)

0830 1130 0830 1130 0830 1130 0830 1130 0830 1130

B: CNS I

B: Abdomen

24.9.13 (Tue)

B: CNS I

B: Abdomen

25.9.13 (Wed)

B: CNS I

B: RS

26.9.13 (Thu)

B: CNS II

Dr TMY Mok Prof HF Tse Prof CS Lau Dr SKR Chang


Prof KWA Lie Dr DCW Siu Dr HWR Chan Dr SS Liu

B: Abdomen

27.9.13 (Fri)

B: CVS

B: RS

30.9.13 (Mon)

0830 1130

B: CNS II

Dr WWW Mak Dr MF Lam


Prof RTF Cheung

B: CVS

2.10.13 (Wed)

0830 1130 0830 1130 0830 1130

B: CNS II

3.10.13 (Thu)

B: CNS II

Dr WS Chow Prof KSL Lam Prof JCS Chim Prof SCW Tang Prof CS Lau Prof DTM Chan Dr GKK Lau Dr LTL Lam Prof MSM Ip Dr KLJ Wang Prof AYH Leung

B: CVS

B: Abdomen

4.10.13 (Fri)

B: RS

B: CVS

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C Clinical Demonstrations (Venue - 12.8.2013, 16.8.2013, 17.8.2013, 10.9.2013 & 11.9.2013 in UGLT II, QMH) B Bedside Teaching (Venue - Ward A2/B2, QMH as the reporting point) Bedside Teaching Tutors please pick up the patient list & the Attendance / Assessment Record at 8:30am OUTSIDE ROOM A220 (INSIDE WARD A2). Case Assignment Drs YHW Chan, CYJ Chow, YLE Chu, MKG Leung, HP Li, WMV Tsui Remarks: 1. Before students clerk patients or handle clinical materials, eg. records, in the medical wards, they must inform the nursing and medical staff of the respective wards and obtain permission to do so. The wards are semi-public areas and we must help prevent crimes and intruders. 2. BTCM Students:
Student No. (1-4) Student No. (5-8) Student No. (9-12) Student No. (13-16) - please join group c1-c2 sessions on Aug 14, 19, 22, 28, 30 & Sept 5, 2013. - please join group d1-d2 sessions on Aug 15, 21, 23, 26, 29 & Sep 4, 2013. - please join group a1-a2 sessions on Sept 12, 18, 24, 26, 30 & Oct 4, 2013. - please join group b1-b2 sessions on Sept 16, 23, 25, 27, Oct 2 & 3, 2013.

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9. OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY


9.1

Learning Outcomes
Take an obstetrics and gynaecological history and communicate comfortably and effectively with patients in Chinese. Perform an obstetrics and gynaecological examination. Understand the commonly used investigations in obstetrics and gynaecology. Relate the history and physical findings to reach a final diagnosis. Understand the mechanisms of labour and simple labour ward procedures

9.2

Schedule
Time 0830 1130 0830 1130 0830 1130 0830 1130 0830 1130 0830 1130 1400 1700 0830 1130 1400 1700 1400 1700 1400 1700 0830 1130 0830 1130 1400 1700 0830 1130 1400 1700 0830 1130 0830 1130 1400 1700 1400 1700 Groups Activities 5b, 6 Communication Skills 1, 2a 2b, 3 7, 8a 8b, 9 7, 8a 8b, 9 1, 2a 2b, 3 4, 5a 10, 11a 11b, 12 4, 5a 5b, 6 1, 2a 2b, 3 7, 8a 8b, 9 4, 5a 5b, 6 1, 2a 2b, 3 7, 8a 8b, 9 4, 5a 5b, 6 16, 17a 17b, 18 13, 14a 14b, 15 13, 14a 14b, 15 10, 11a 11b, 12 16, 17a 17b, 18 13, 14a 14b, 15 Communication Skills Communication Skills Physical Examination (Part IGyn) Physical Examination (Part IGyn) Communication Skills Communication Skills Physical Examination (Part IIObs) Physical Examination (Part IIObs) Physical Examination (Part IIObs) Case Demonstration Case Demonstration Case Demonstration Physical Examination (Part IGyn) Communication Skills Communication Skills Physical Examination (Part IGyn) Physical Examination (Part IGyn) Physical Examination (Part IGyn) Physical Examination (Part IIObs) SL Mak (QEH) WC Leung (KWH) YB Ho (UCH) CW Tung (QEH) Ellen Lui TK Lo (KWH) Tiffany Wan KO Kou (QEH) Mimi Seto CN Lee (PY) Sammy Chan (QEH) Kennis Liu (KWH) Toby Chan (QEH) Viola Leung (PY) KM Mok (UCH) Amy Lau (PY) KS Chan (KWH) Anita Yeung (PY) Winnie Hung (QEH) Carmen Choi (PY) WW Go (UCH) Sonia Lai (KWH) CW Tung (QEH) Carmen Choi (PY) Meliza Kong (UCH) Alice Wong (KWH) KT Tse (QEH) Cindy Chan (UCH) Ellen Lui PB 611 PB 614 PB 615 PB 614 PB 615 PB 614 PB 615 PB 614 PB 615 SR 5, FMB SR 6, FMB SR 5, FMB SR 6, FMB SR 5, FMB SR 6, FMB PB 611 PB 615 PB 611 PB 615 PB 611 PB 615 PB 614 PB 615 PB 614 PB 615 PB 614 PB 615 PB 614 PB 615 Teachers WH Li (QEH) Cherie Yung (KWH) Daniel Chan (UCH) Helen Woo (PY) Menelik Lee (QEH) TW Leung (KWH) WK To (UCH) Belinda Yau (QEH) Mona Lam (UCH) Venue PB 611 PB 611 PB 615 PB 611 PB 615 PB 614 PB 615 PB 614 PB 615

Week Date 1 13.8.13 (Tue) 14.8.13 (Wed) 16.8.13 (Fri) 2 20.8.13 (Tue) 21.8.13 (Wed) 23.8.13 (Fri) 3 27.8.13 (Tue) 28.8.13 (Wed)

30.8.13 (Fri) 4 3.9.13 (Tue) 4.9.13 (Wed) 6.9.13 (Fri) 5 10.9.13 (Tue) 11.9.13 (Wed) 6 16.9.13 (Mon) 17.9.13 (Tue) 18.9.13 (Wed) 19.9.13 (Thu) 7 24.9.13 (Tue)

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25.9.13 (Wed) 27.9.13 (Fri) 8 2.10.13 (Wed) 3.10.13 (Thu) 4.10.13 (Fri)

0830 1130 1400 1700 0830 1130 1400 1700 1400 1700

10, 11a 11b, 12 16, 17a 17b, 18 10, 11a 11b, 12 13, 14a 14b, 15 16, 17a 17b, 18

Physical Examination (Part IIObs) Physical Examination (Part IIObs) Case Demonstration Case Demonstration Case Demonstration

SY Fong (QEH) Ellen Lui WC Lau (KWH) KW Cheung KK Tang (PY) Angel Wong (UCH) Irene Cho (KWH) Betty Lau (QEH) Sammy Chan (QEH) Edith Cheng (UCH)

PB 614 PB 615 PB 614 PB 615 SR 5, FMB SR 6, FMB SR 5, FMB SR 6, FMB SR 5, FMB SR 6, FMB

Venue: PB - Professorial Block, QMH SR5 Seminar Room 5, LG/F, Laboratory Block, 21 Sassoon Road SR6 Seminar Room 6, LG/F, Laboratory Block, 21 Sassoon Road

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10.1

OPHTHALMOLOGY
Learning Outcomes

The objective of the third year ophthalmology teaching is to introduce students to ophthalmic history taking, physical examination and patient communication skills. The teaching is done in the form of a skills laboratory during the Integrated Block. This will ensure that students are equipped with the skills and confidence to examine patients during their Junior Clerkship, when they will perform a half day clinical attachment at the United Christian Hospital. In addition, these basic ophthalmic examination skills will enable them to perform a more complete systemic evaluation of patients during their Junior Clerkship. Students will be divided into small groups of 8 10. They will be supervised by experienced ophthalmologists. The skills of obtaining an ocular history will be discussed. Clinical demonstrations on the techniques of ocular examination will first be made with videos, covering the following areas:

Measurement of visual acuity Ocular motility and alignment and the Cover-uncover test Pupillary examination Confrontation visual field examination Dilated fundus examination

Ophthalmic instruments such as the direct ophthalmoscope will be demonstrated. Following the video demonstrations, students will have the opportunity to perform hands-on physical examination on each other. The supervisors will provide direct feedback to students to assist them in honing their skills so that they can utilize them to examine patients when they begin their Junior Clerkship.

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10.2 Week
4

Schedule Date
7.9.13 (Sat)

Time
0830 1130

Groups
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Activities
Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus) Ocular examination (visual acuity, pupils, fundus)

Teachers

Venue
TR4 TR5 TR6 TR7 TR8 TR9 TR10 TR11 TR12 TR4 TR5 TR6 TR7 TR8 TR9 TR10 TR11 TR12

14.9.13 (Sat)

0830 1130

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Venue: TR Tutorial Rooms, 1/F, William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road

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11. ORTHOPAEDICS & TRAUMATOLOGY


11.1 Learning Outcomes

History taking & physical examination

Learn techniques in history taking and physical examination. Topics : Common symptoms: pain, stiffness, deformity etc. : Instruments for physical examination : Exposure and comparison : Measurements e.g. joint range of movements, muscle power, sensation etc. : Lumps and bumps

Bone and Joint Injuries


Reinforce concepts of bone and joint injuries. Understand principles of reduction and stabilization of fractures. Understand the complications of immobilization and the importance of rehabilitation. Topics : Application of plaster of paris

Upper Limbs

Learn techniques of physical examination of upper limb (shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand). Examine the upper limb of patients. Understand treatment of common upper limb orthopaedic problems. Topics : Surface landmarks and bony prominence of upper limb : Glenohumeral movements, scapular rotation, muscles around shoulder : Elbow movement and radio-humeral joint : Hand and wrist movement, action of intrinsic and extrinsic muscles : Overuse syndrome and injection techniques

Lower Limbs

Learn techniques of physical examination of lower limb. Examine the lower limb of patients. Understand treatment of common lower limb problems. Topics : Surface landmarks and bony prominence : Movements of hip joints, Trendelenburg test, Thomas test, measurement of leg length : Movements of knee joint, patella, apprehension test, knee effusion, knee instability, McMurray test : Movements of ankle joint, subtalar joint and mid-tarsal joint

Spine

Learn techniques of physical examination of spine. Understand etiology and conservative treatment of common spinal complaints. Understand treatment principles of common spinal problems and deformities. Topics : Surface landmarks & bony prominence : Movements of spine : Neurological examination

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Week 1 Date 13.8.13 (Tue)

Schedule

Time 08:30 09:30 10:00 11:30

Group Activities 1 5a Demonstration: general & history taking Bedside teaching: history taking

Teachers Dr KH Ng

Venue UGLT II, QMH

14.8.13 (Wed)

08:30 09:30 10:00 11:30

5b 9

Demonstration: general & history taking Bedside teaching: history taking

Dr TM Wong Students receive patients details Dr TW Lau Dr WY Cheung at E4 Seminar Room, QMH Dr FY Ng Dr KH Leung Teachers arrive at 10:30 am Dr KH Ng UGLT II, QMH Dr TM Wong Dr HB Leung Dr A Fok Dr E Kuong Dr C Fang
Students receive patients details at A4 Seminar Room, QMH Teachers arrive at 10:30 am

Week 2 Date 20.8.13 (Tue) Time 10:30 11:30 Group 1 5a Activities Clinical skills workshop: - principles of closed reduction - application & removal of plaster - complication of plastering - principles of ORIF Teachers Dr F Leung Venue UGLT II, QMH

22.8.13 (Thu)

08:30 11:30

14b 18 Patient with cervical myelopathy,

Dr K Kwan

UGLT II, QMH

24.8.13 (Sat)

08:30 11:30

physical exam of the neck and associated neurological exam Patient with low back pain and sciatica, physical exam of the back and associated neurological exam How to read XRs and MRI of the spine, recognition of major spinal problems 10 14a Patient with cervical myelopathy, physical exam of the neck and associated neurological exam Patient with low back pain and sciatica, physical exam of the back and associated neurological exam How to read XRs and MRI of the spine, recognition of major spinal problems

Dr K Kwan

UGLT II, QMH

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Week 4 Date 2.9.13 (Mon) Time 09:30 11:15 Group 14b-18 Activities Demonstration and clinical skills practice: - P/E of upper limb - overuse syndrome - applied anatomy and injection technique Demonstration and clinical skills practice: - P/E of upper limb - overuse syndrome - applied anatomy and injection technique Clinical skills workshop: - principles of closed reduction - application & removal of plaster - complication of plastering - principles of ORIF 14b 18 Demonstration: general & history taking Bedside teaching: history taking Teachers Dr YL Lam Venue CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB

4.9.13 (Wed)

08:30 10:15

5b 9

Dr YL Lam

CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB

10:30 11:30

Dr F Leung

UGLT II, QMH

5.9.13 (Thu)

08:30 09:30 10:00 11:30

Dr KH Ng Dr B Fung Dr YL Lam Dr M Fok Dr YW Wong Dr T Pun Dr WP Yau

UGLT II, QMH


Students receive patients details at E4 Seminar Room, QMH Teachers arrive at 10:30 am CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB

7.9.13 (Sat)

09:00 12:00

1 5a

Demonstration: P/E of lower limb Clinical skills demonstration: P/E of lower limb Clinical skills practice: P/E of lower limb

Week 5 Date 11.9.13 (Wed) Time 08:30 09:30 10:00 11:30 Group Activities 10 14a Demonstration: general & history taking Bedside teaching: history taking Teachers Dr KH Ng Dr CF Chan Dr KH Ng Dr A Fok Dr L Chan Dr WY Ho Dr F Leung Venue UGLT I, QMH
Students receive patients details at A4 Seminar Room, QMH Teachers arrive at 10:30 am UGLT II, QMH

14.9.13 (Sat)

10:30 11:30

14b 18 Clinical skills workshop: - principles of closed reduction - application & removal of plaster - complication of plastering - principles of ORIF

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Date 16.9.13 (Mon)

Time 09:30 11:15

21.9.13 (Sat)

08:30 10:15

Group Activities 1 5a Demonstration and clinical skills practice: - P/E of upper limb - overuse syndrome - applied anatomy and injection technique 10 14a Demonstration and clinical skills practice: - P/E of upper limb - overuse syndrome - applied anatomy and injection technique Clinical skills workshop: - principles of closed reduction - application & removal of plaster - complication of plastering - principles of ORIF

Teachers Dr YL Lam

Venue CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB

Dr YL Lam

CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB

10:30 11:30

Dr F Leung

UGLT II, QMH

Week 7 Date 24.9.13 (Tue) Time 08:30 11:30 Group Activities 5b 9 Patient with cervical myelopathy, physical exam of the neck and associated neurological exam Patient with low back pain and sciatica, physical exam of the back and associated neurological exam How to read XRs and MRI of the spine, recognition of major spinal problems 14b 18 Demonstration: P/E of lower limb Clinical skills demonstration: P/E of lower limb Clinical skills practice: P/E of lower limb 10 14a Demonstration: P/E of lower limb Clinical skills demonstration: P/E of lower limb Clinical skills practice: P/E of lower limb Teachers Dr K Kwan Venue UGLT II, QMH

27.9.13 (Fri)

08:30 11:30

Dr WP Yau

CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB

28.9.13 (Sat)

09:00 12:00

Dr WP Yau

CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB

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08:30 11:30

1 5a

Patient with cervical myelopathy, physical exam of the neck and associated neurological exam Patient with low back pain and sciatica, physical exam of the back and associated neurological exam How to read XRs and MRI of the spine, recognition of major spinal problems
Demonstration: P/E of lower limb Clinical skills demonstration: P/E of lower limb Clinical skills practice: P/E of lower limb

Dr K Kwan

UGLT II, QMH

5.10.13 (Sat)

09:00 12:00

5b 9

Dr WP Yau

CSL 1&2, 2/F, WMB

Venue: UGLT Underground Lecture Theatre, New Clinical Building, QMH CSL Clinical Skills Laboratory, 2/F, William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road

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12.1

PSYCHIATRY
Learning Outcomes

Psychiatric History Taking


Define the objectives of a psychiatric diagnostic interview. Define the different stages of a psychiatric interview. Explain the potential impact of the style of questioning.

Mental State Examination


Conduct a mental state examination. Interpret finding of the examination. Record and describe the finding of the examination. Conduct and evaluate a cognitive examination.

Eliciting Psychopathology (2 sessions) General Learning Outcomes:


Elicit common psychiatric symptoms. Describe symptoms accurately. Understand the significance of specific symptoms.

Specific content of Eliciting Psychopathology 1


Introduce principles of assessing mental phenomena Define disorders of perception Delineate disorders of thought Demonstrate disorders of language Describe disorders of memory

Specific content of Eliciting Psychopathology 2


Define psychopathology Describe psychiatric classification systems Differentiate disorders of emotion: anxiety, depression, elation Elicit symptoms of selected psychiatric disorders: Mood Disorders Anxiety Disorders Practise skills in eliciting psychopathology

12.2

Schedule

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Week
2 3 4

Date
20.8.13 (Tue) 27.8.13 (Tue) 4.9.13 (Wed) 6.9.13 (Fri)

Time
0830 1130 0830 1130 1430 1730 1430 1730 0830 1130 1430 1730 0830 1130 1430 1730

Groups
10 18 10 18 10 18 19 19 10 18 19 19

Activities
Eliciting Psychopathology 1 Mental State Examination Eliciting Psychopathology 2 Psychiatric History Taking Mental State Examination Psychiatric History Taking Eliciting Psychopathology 1 Eliciting Psychopathology 2

Teacher
Dr WC Chang Dr SKW Chan Prof E Chen Dr WC Chan Dr Edwin Lee Dr SE Chua Prof E Chen Dr ACK Law

Venue
UGLT I UGLT II UGLT II UGLT II UGLT II UGLT II UGLT II UGLT I

9.9.13 (Tue) 13.9.13 (Fri)

19.9.13 (Thu)

Venue: UGLT Underground Lecture Theatre, New Clinical Building, QMH

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13.
13.1

SURGERY
Learning Outcomes

Skin and Subcutaneous Lesions


Examine lumps and bumps. Describe an ulcer. Identify the common skin and subcutaneous lesions. Determine if all lumps and bumps need treatment.

Peripheral Vascular System


Examine the peripheral arterial system. Examine varicose veins.

Head and Neck


Understand the topographic anatomy of the oral cavity and the three parts of the pharynx. Understand the topographic anatomy of the different groups of cervical lymph nodes. Identify common symptoms and perform history taking in head and neck diseases. Demonstrate and understand the examination techniques of the oral cavity and oro-pharynx. Demonstrate and understand the examination techniques of the neck including the cervical lymph nodes.

Thyroid

Classify patients with thyroid enlargement. Understand the physical signs of thyroid diseases. Identify important landmarks during thyroid examination. Perform a proper examination of patients with thyroid problems.

Abdomen

Describe the surface anatomy of abdomen. Perform a general examination prior to abdominal examination. Perform a complete and systematic examination of abdomen. Demonstrate appropriate consideration for the patient prior to and during the examination. Remember: to introduce yourself and obtain consent from patient; proper position and exposure; and do not hurt the patient.

Perineum and Hernia


Describe the anatomy of the inguinal region including surface anatomy. Describe the anatomy of the lower rectum and anal canal. Describe the clinical presentation of groin hernia and the differential diagnoses. Carry out a physical examination of groin hernia (inguinal, femoral) and inguinal lymph nodes. Carry out a physical examination of the perineum including digital rectal exam and proctoscopy.

Urology
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Learn the basic clinical skills in examining the male external genitalia and scrotal contents. Learn the basic clinical skills in carrying out an adequate digital rectal examination (DRE) of prostate. Learn how to examine the prostate in different positions. Learn how to perform prostatic massage and collection of urine & EPS (expressed prostatic secretion) specimens for bacteriologic localization study.

Breast

Describe the common presentations of breast diseases. Take a history on breast diseases. Perform a breast examination.

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13.2Schedule of Clinical Skill Sessions


Week Date Time Groups Activities 1 12.8.13 (Mon) 0800 - 0930 1-9 Clinical demonstration: Thyroid 0930 1100 15.8.13 (Thu) 0800 0900 0900 1130 2 19.8.13 (Mon) 0800 - 0930 0930 - 1100 22.8.13 (Thu) 3 0900 - 1130 1-9 1-9 1-9 1-9 1-9 1-9 1-9 1-9 1-9 1-9 1-9 1-9 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18 10-18 Clinical demonstration: Head & Neck Clinical demonstration: Thyroid Bedside teaching and clinical skills practice Clinical demonstration: Abdomen Clinical demonstration: Skin & Subcutaneous Lesions Bedside teaching and clinical skills practice Clinical demonstration: Urology Clinical demonstration: Perineum & Hernia Bedside teaching and clinical skills practice Clinical demonstration: Breast Clinical demonstration: Peripheral Vascular System Bedside teaching and clinical skills practice Clinical demonstration: Breast Clinical demonstration: Peripheral Vascular System Bedside teaching and clinical skills practice Clinical demonstration: Thyroid Clinical demonstration: Skin & Subcutaneous Lesions Bedside teaching and clinical skills practice Clinical demonstration: Abdomen Clinical demonstration: Perineum & Hernia Clinical demonstration: Head & Neck Bedside teaching and clinical skills practice Clinical demonstration: Urology Clinical demonstration: Head & Neck Bedside teaching and clinical skills practice Dr MK Yiu Dr YW Chan Dr A Kwong Prof SWK Cheng Prof KM Chu Dr HH Tuen Teachers Dr B Lang Dr YW Chan Dr B Lang

26.8.13 (Mon) 0800 - 0930 0930 - 1100 29.8.13 (Thu) 0900 - 1130 0830 - 0930 0930 - 1100 5.9.13 (Thu) 0900 - 1130 0830 - 0930 0930 - 1100 12.9.13 (Thu) 0900- 1130

Dr MK Yiu Dr J Ho

2.9.13 (Mon)

9.9.13 (Mon)

Dr A Kwong Prof SWK Cheng

16.9.13 (Mon) 0800 - 0930 0930 - 1100 19.9.13 (Thu) 7 0900 - 1130

Dr B Lang Dr HH Tuen

23.9.13 (Mon) 0800 - 0930 0930 - 1100 25.9.13 (Wed) 1400 - 1530 26.9.13 (Thu) 0900 - 1130

Prof KM Chu Dr J Ho Dr. YW Chan

30.9.13 (Mon) 0800 - 0930 0930 - 1100 3.10.13 (Thu) 0900 - 1130

* Please refer to the list on the next page for assignment of student groups and teachers for bedside teaching . Venue:

5/F, Lecture Theatre, Professorial Block, QMH

TWH Surgical Wards are located at Centenary Building, Tung Wah Hospital, 12 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan, HK. (Please go to 7/F, Learning Centre, Centenary Building to get more information for bedside teaching)

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13.3

Schedule of Bedside Teaching Bedside Teaching (Thursdays, 9:00 11:30 a.m.) Assignment of Tutors

Topic:

Thyroid / Head & Neck

Skin & Subcutaneous Lesions / Abdomen

15 August 2013 Ward A3(HBP) A3(URO) A5(CRS) A7(NS) A7(NS) B3(HBP) B3(URO) K14N
(VAS)

22 August 2013 Group No. IB BCM 1a 1b 2a 2b 3a 3b 4a 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b 9a 9b 8a 7a 6a 5a 4a 1a 2a 3a Tutor C Wong KC Cheng KW Chu LF Li F Chow TCL Wong J Teoh KK Ng SC Tam SY Pang S Yu KP Au SL Sin G Tam P Yu J Tsang N Kotewall KW Chan Group No. IB BCM 1a 1b 2a 2b 3a 3b 4a 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b 9a 9b 8a 7a 6a 5a 4a 1a 2a 3a

Tutor C Wong B Ho KW Chu LF Li F Chow TCL Wong J Teoh


(Patient selection by Dr. KK Ng)

Dr. HH Tuen SC Tam SY Pang S Yu KP Au SL Sin G Tam P Yu J Tsang D Chan KW Chan

K14N
(BR/ECS) (HN/PRS)

K16N K16N

(HN/PRS)

K16S
(LT) (LT)

K16S K17N
(EGI) (EGI)

K17N K17S
(CRS)

TWH TWH
Notes: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

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Bedside Teaching (Thursdays, 9:00 11:30 a.m.) Assignment of Tutors


Topic: Urology / Peripheral & Hernia Breast / Peripheral Vascular System

Ward

29 August 2013 Tutor Group No. IB BCM 1a 1b 2a 2b 3a 3b 4a 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b 9a 9b 8a 7a 6a 5a 4a 1a 2a 3a

5 September 2013 Tutor C Wong KC Cheng KW Chu LF Li F Chow WH She J Teoh MP Chan Dr. HH Tuen
(Patient selection by Dr. KK Chan)

Group No. IB 1a 1b 2a 2b 3a 3b 4a 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b 9a 9b 8a 7a 6a 5a 4a 1a 2a 3a BCM

A3 A3 A5 A7 A7 B3 B3 K14N K14N K16N K16N K16S K16S K17N K17N K17S TWH TWH

C Wong KC Cheng KW Chu LF Li F Chow WH She J Teoh MP Chan Dr. HH Tuen


(Patient selection by Dr. KK Chan)

Dr. WM Ng
(Reserve Tutor: Dr. SY Pang )

SY Pang Dr. P Hsieh


(Reserve Tutor: Dr. S Yu )

S Yu KP Au SL Sin G Tam P Yu J Tsang D Chan KW Chan

KP Au SL Sin G Tam P Yu J Tsang N Kotewall KW Chan

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Topic: Thyroid / Peripheral Vascular System Breast / Skin & Subcutaneous Lesions

Ward

12 September 2013 Tutor Group No. IB BCM 1b 10a 10b 11a 11b 12a 12b 13a 13b 14a 14b 15a 15b 16a 16b 17a 17b 18a 18b 8b 6b 7b 5b 4b 2b 3b

19 September 2013 Tutor C Wong J Teoh KW Chu ACO Tsang Y Sang WH She KC Cheng Dr. HH Tuen
(Patient selection by Dr. KK Ng)

Group No. IB 10a 10b 11a 11b 12a 12b 13a 13b 14a 14b 15a 15b 16a 16b 17a 17b 18a 18b 8b 6b 7b 5b 4b 2b 3b BCM 1b

A3 A3 A5 A7 A7 B3 B3 K14N K14N K16N K16N K16S K16S K17N K17N K17S TWH TWH

C Wong J Teoh KW Chu ACO Tsang Y Sang WH She KC Cheng KK Ng KK Chan CC Lee Dr. P Hsieh
(Reserve Tutor: Dr. R Chan )

KK Chan CC Lee R Chan YK Fong SL Sin G Tam P Yu J Tsang N Kotewall KW Chan

YK Fong SL Sin G Tam P Yu J Tsang D Chan R Chang

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Topic: Abdomen / Perineum & Hernia Urology / Head & Neck

Ward

26 September 2013 Tutor Group No. IB BCM 1b 10a 10b 11a 11b 12a 12b 13a 13b 14a 14b 15a 15b 16a 16b 17a 17b 18a 18b 8b 6b 7b 5b 4b 2b 3b

3 October 2013 Tutor C Wong B Ho KW Chu ACO Tsang Y Sang WH She A Ng To be confirmed C Chen CC Lee R Chan YK Fong WC Dai IYH Wong H Yu J Tsang To be confirmed To be confirmed Group No. IB 10a 10b 11a 11b 12a 12b 13a 13b 14a 14b 15a 15b 16a 16b 17a 17b 18a 18b 8b 6b 7b 5b 4b 2b 3b BCM 1b

A3 A3 A5 A7 A7 B3 B3 K14N K14N K16N K16N K16S K16S K17N K17N K17S TWH TWH

C Wong J Teoh KW Chu ACO Tsang Y Sang WH She KC Cheng Dr. HH Tuen
(Patient selection by Dr. KK Ng)

SC Tam Dr. WM Ng
(Reserve Tutor: Dr. CC Lee )

R Chan YK Fong WC Dai G Tam P Yu J Tsang D Chan KW Chan

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14.
14.1

TB CLERKSHIP
Learning Outcomes

The TB Clerkship takes the forms of learning, including home based preparation, Integrated Block PBL case, Clinical audit (CAL Lab workshop), Bedside and Chest clinic sessions. Overall, the TB clerkship should enable students to integrate the knowledge learnt in different disciplines with clinical, epidemiological and communication skills using TB as an example. It should help students to develop the skills which are essential for their future career as medical practitioners. TB Clerkship Overall Outcomes

Students should be able to synthesise basics science knowledge, clinical manifestation of TB and clinical skills with public health interventions and preventive strategies in modern clinical practice. Students should be able to apply evidence based medicine skills to solve health problems related to tuberculosis in individual patients and population setting. Students should be able to demonstrate empathy and professional ethics in management of communicable diseases on individual and population level. Students should be able to extrapolate the WHO TB control strategy and global epidemiological trends to assess the effectiveness of TB control. Students should be able to adopt reliable and consistent professional communication with colleagues and patients in the management and control of tuberculosis. Students should be able to promote public health interventions and advocacy for the control of communicable diseases.

TB Bedside and Chest Clinic Sessions

Students should be able to: - Apply basic science knowledge (microbiology, pathology, immunity and pathogenesis) to interpret the clinical manifestation of TB - Choose appropriate TB diagnostic methods and public health intervention and prevention related to symptomatic and latent TB - Create management plan by interpreting patients health risk profiles, social and medical history, immunity status, symptoms and diagnostic test results - Apply pharmacological principles of anti tuberculosis drugs to create treatment strategies for TB patients - Evaluate the treatment outcomes (side effects, drug resistance, adherence, completeness of follow up) - Interpret epidemiological consequences of latent TB and drug resistance for modern clinical practice - Produce high quality clinical records data for the capture and retrieval of information of patients Students should be able to: - Use evidence based medicine skills for identifying professional knowledge gaps and solving real patient's problems - Apply evidence based medicine to create management plan of TB related problem of individuals or population
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Students should be able to: - Identify path used by patients in seeking health care and consequences of such behaviour with special references to early diagnosis and continuity of care - Synthesise strategies to manage ethical, psychosocial, quality of life, socio-economic consequences of chronic communicable disease (health seeking behaviour, stigma, labelling, confidentiality, consent, notifications) - Demonstrate respect for patient dignity and privacy and professionalism in modern clinical practice - Develop consultation skills and professional approach to TB patients, particularly establishment of empathy Students should be able to: - Synthesise ethical and public health arguments for TB control - Identify the barriers to the implementation of WHO DOTS strategy and DOT treatment in local and global setting Students should be able to: - Develop interdisciplinary team work skills required for the management of communicable disease - Select effective communication strategies between health care professionals and with patients for information giving and consultancy Students should be able to: - Formulate strategies on individual clinical practice level and on health care policy level to tackle the effect of health determinant and improve health care outcomes of TB - Use smoking cessation to help patients to quit smoking and limit burden of tobacco on morbidity and mortality of TB

Clinical Audit (CAL Lab Workshop) Students should be able to: Assess the quality of health care provision and its impact on epidemiology of communicable disease and health care outcomes (including complications, adherence and completeness of follow up) Discuss the need for high quality clinical records and information systems for the capture and retrieval of information for clinical audit Analyze local clinical and global population health data to assess quality of health care outcomes for individuals and central strategies for the control communicable diseases Discuss the importance of joint research of HKU, DoH and HA for TB management and TB control Discuss strategies/types for TB surveillance and the clinicians responsibility in the notification of infectious and occupational diseases Discuss the delivery of TB services with the framework of the local health care system and the leadership role of the clinicians to improve the health care system and promote health Discuss quality of care measurements and patient safety

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14.2
Week 1

Schedule
Date 13.8.13 (Tue) Time 0930 1130

Groups
14b 18

Activities Clinical Audit

Teachers Dr Polly Cheung Ms Anne Xu Ms Fela Lieu

Venue CAL Lab

16.8.13 (Fri)

0930 1130

1 5a

Clinical Audit

Dr Polly Cheung Mr Chris Cao Mr Richard Xu

CAL Lab

20.8.13 (Tue)

1430 1630

10 14a

Clinical Audit

Dr Polly Cheung Ms Anne Xu Ms Fela Lieu

CAL Lab

21.8.13 (Wed)

0930 1130

5b 9

Clinical Audit

Dr Polly Cheung Mr Chris Cao Mr Richard Xu

CAL Lab

27.8.13 (Tue)

1400 1800

4 6 7

Bedside Teaching 1

Dr CC Leung Dr BF Chow
Dr D Ip

KCC
Canteen, LG1, RH Canteen, LG1, RH

28.8.13 (Wed)

1400 1800

5 8 9

Bedside Teaching 1

Dr L Wong

SKM
SR 1, LG1, RH

Dr R Liu Dr SO Ling
Bedside Teaching 1

KH CR 3 SKW
SR 3, LG1,RH

30.8.13 (Fri)

1400 1800

13 14 15

Dr CM Tam Dr KS Lau Dr T Mok

KH R 5 067A SYP
SR 1, LG1,RH

3.9.13 (Tue)

1400 1800

16 17 18

Bedside Teaching 1

Dr WY Au

Dr HC Fan
Dr E Wong Bedside Teaching 1

KH CR 3 WCC
SR 1, LG1,RH

4.9.13 (Wed)

1400 1800

1 2 3

Dr CM Tam
Dr H Kwok

Dr M Yung
Bedside Teaching 1 Dr L Wong Dr BF Chow Dr KC Wong Bedside Teaching 2 Dr D Owens Dr E Wong Dr R Yung Bedside Teaching 2

KH CR 3
YMT SR 2, LG1,RH

6.9.13 (Fri)

1400 1800

10 11 12

KH CR 3 KH CR 3 KCC
SR 1, LG1,RH

10.9.13 (Tue)

1400 1800

1 2 3

13.9.13 (Fri)

1400 1800

4 5

Dr M Yung
Dr L Wong

KH CR 3 SKM

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Dr BF Chow Dr YN Poon Dr CC Leung Dr R Liu


Dr H Kwok Dr WY Au

SR 3, LG1,RH

KH CR 3 SKW
SR 1, LG1,RH
Canteen, LG1, RH

SYP
SR 1, LG1,RH

Dr HC Fan Dr T Mok
Dr J Leung

KH R 5 067A WCC
SR 3, LG1,RH

Dr KS Lau

Week 7

Date 24.9.13 (Tue)

Time 1400 1800

Groups 16 17 18

Activities Bedside Teaching 2

Teachers Dr D Owens Dr J Leung

Venue

KH CR 3 YMT
SR 1, LG1,RH SR 1, LG1,RH

Dr HC Fan
Bedside Teaching 3 Dr R Yung

25.9.13 (Wed)

1400 1800

1 2 3

Dr M Yung Dr CC Leung
Bedside Teaching 3 Dr MY Ni

KH CR 3 KCC
SR 3, LG1,RH

27.9.13 (Fri)

1400 1800

13 14 15

Dr T Mok
Dr D Vackova Bedside Teaching 3

KH R 5 067A SKM
Canteen, LG1, RH

30.9.13 (Mon)

1400 1800

4 5 6

Dr KS Lau Dr YN Poon Dr CC Leung

KH CR 3 SKW
SR 1, LG1,RH

2.10.11 (Wed)

1400 1800

10 11 12

Bedside Teaching 3

Dr R Yung

Dr SO Ling
Dr D Ip Bedside Teaching 3

KH CR 3 SYP
SR 1, LG1,RH
Canteen, LG1, RH

3.10.13 (Thu)

1400 1800

16 17 18

Dr R Liu
Dr D Owens

Dr CM Tam
Bedside Teaching 3 Dr D Ip

WCC
SR 2, LG1,RH

4.10.13 (Fri)

1400 1800

7 8 9

Dr KC Wong
Dr MY Ni
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Venue: CAL Lab: Computer-Assisted Learning Laboratory, LG/F William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road KH: Kowloon Hospital CR 3 R 5067A Conference Room 3, 2/F, Main Building 147A Argyle Street, Kowloon Room 5-067A, 5F, Main Building, KH 147A Argyle Street, Kowloon Seminar Room 1, LG1, RH Seminar Room 2, LG1, RH Seminar Room 3, LG1, RH Canteen, LG1, RH

RH:

Ruttonjee Hospital

SR 1 SR 2 SR 3 Canteen

Instruction for the Ruttonjee Hospital: Please kindly inform tutors to delegate a representative to pick up the keys of Seminar Rooms at Admin Dept, 1/F, Main Block, RH. Please switch off the lights, air conditioners, lock the door and then return the keys to our Switchboard Telephone Operators directly at G/F afterwards. No eating and drinking will be allowed in all Seminar Rooms. No notebook, LCD projector, overhead projector, slide projector, X-ray viewing box or other teaching facilities/ equipment will be provided. Thank you.

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Chest Clinics: KCC Kowloon Chest Clinic Room 8, G/F, 147A Argyle Street, Kowloon SKM Shek Kip Mei Chest Clinic Room 5, 1/F, Shek Kip Mei Health Centre, 2 Berwick Street, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon SKW Shau Ki Wan Chest Clinic Room 6, 2/F, Shaukiwan Jockey Club Polyclinic, 8 Chaiwan Road, Chaiwan, Hong Kong SYP Sai Ying Pun Chest Clinic Room 4, 2/F, Sai Ying Pun Jockey Club Polyclinic, 134 Queens Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong WCC Wanchai Chest Clinic Room 16, l/F, Wanchai Polyclinic, 99 Kennedy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong YMT Yau Ma Tei Chest Clinic Room 10, 2/F, Yaumatei Jockey Club Polyclinic, 145 Battery Street, Kowloon

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15.
15.1

PBL Groups Students/Tutors


Assessment of PBL Performance
100%

attendance is required. For cases of absence on medical ground, students are required to submit medical proof to the Faculty Office within 7 days after the date of the tutorial from which they are absent, or marks will be deducted on their overall PBL performance (e.g. 10% of the marks will be deducted). For cases of absence on other personal or urgent reasons, students are required to seek PRIOR APPROVAL from the Faculty Office in writing, and these cases will be considered individually. For cases of absence without any reason or justification, a progressive mark deduction system on the assessment will be imposed, e.g. 10% of the overall marks will be deducted for absence from one tutorial, 20% mark deduction for absence from two sessions, and so on. Upon receipt of the completed assessment form, the Faculty Office will, taking into account of the attendance record, finalize the marks for each individual student. 15.2 Schedule Case No. Case 1 Case 2 Case 3 Case 4 Case 5 Tutorial No. 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 Date 12.8.13 (Mon) 15.8.13 (Thu) 26.8.13 (Mon) 29.8.13 (Thu) 2.9.13 (Mon) 5.9.13 (Thu) 9.9.13 (Mon) 12.9.13 (Thu) 23.9.13 (Mon) 26.9.13 (Thu)

All PBL sessions will take place from 2:30 to 4:30 pm in Tutorial Rooms, 1/F, William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road except for the sessions listed in the remarks of 15.3

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15.3

List of Tutors
Group 1 2 3 4 5 6 Venue Rm 4 Rm 5 Rm 6 Rm 7 Rm 8 Rm 9 Tutor Dr Rapti Das, Department of Anaethesiology Prof Dora Kwong, Department of Clinical Oncology Dr Elaine Lee, Department of Diagnostic Radiology (Case 1, 2) Dr Vincent Lai, Department of Diagnostic Radiology (Case 3-5) Dr Weng Yee Chin, Department of Family Medicine & Primary Care (Case 1) Dr Anne Geursen-Banzhaf, Department of Family Medicine & Primary Care (Case 2-5) Dr GKK Lau, Department of Medicine (Case 1, 2) Dr DYH Yap, Department of Medicine (Case 3-5) Dr TT Cheung, Department of Medicine (Case 1) Dr WWK Seto, Department of Medicine (Case 2, 3) Dr JCY Chan, Department of Medicine (Case 4) Dr EYL Hui, Department of Medicine (Case 5) Dr Jasper Chan, Department of Microbiology Dr Diana Chan, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Case 1, 4, 5) Dr Sofie Yung, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Case 2) Dr Charleen Cheung, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Case 3) Dr Victor Leung, Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology (Case 1) Dr Jason Cheung, Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology (Case 2) Prof W Lu, Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology (Case 3-5) Dr Kendrick Shih, Department of Ophthalmology (Case 1, 2) Dr Joyce Chan, Department of Ophthalmology (Case 3) Dr Rita Gangwani, Department of Ophthalmology (Case 4) Dr Marcus Marcet, Department of Ophthalmology (Case 5) Dr W Tso, Department of Paediatrics & Adolescent Medicine Prof A Cheung, Department of Pathology Dr PSL Beh, Department of Pathology Dr LM Ho, School of Public Health (Case 1, 2) Dr Dana Vackova, School of Public Health (Case 3-5) Dr SS Shetye, School of Public Health (Case 1-5) Dr SE Chua, Department of Psychiatry (Case 1) Dr Carmen Lam, Department of Psychiatry (Case 2-3) Dr KF Chung, Department of Psychiatry (Case 4-5) Dr A Sihoe, Department of Surgery Dr HH Tuen, Department of Surgery (Case 1, 3, 5) Dr ACO Tsang, Department of Surgery (Case 2, 4)

7 8

Rm 10 Rm 11

Rm 12

10

Rm 13

11 12 13 14 15 16

Rm 14 Rm 15 Rm 16 Rm 20 Rm 21 Rm 22

17 18

Rm 24 Rm 25

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Remarks: Group 5 The first tutorial of Case 3 will be rescheduled to 27/8/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will be changed to TR16, 1/F, FMB. The second tutorial of Case 3 will be scheduled to 30/8/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will remain unchanged. The first tutorial of Case 4 will be rescheduled to 17/9/2013 (8:30 10:30 am) and the venue will be changed to CSL 3, 2/F, FMB. The second tutorial of Case 4 will be rescheduled to 24/9/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will be changed to CSL 3, 2/F, FMB. The first tutorial of Case 5 will be rescheduled to 27/9/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will be changed to CSL 3, 2/F, FMB. The second tutorial of Case 5 will be rescheduled to 4/10/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will be changed to Room G-01, Seminar room 1A, G/F, Hong Kong Jockey Club Building for Interdisciplinary Research, 5 Sassoon Road (HKJC-S1A). Group 6 The first tutorial of Case 1 will be rescheduled to 15/8/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will remain unchanged. The second tutorial of Case 1 will be rescheduled to 16/8/2013 (8:30 10:30 am) and the venue will remain unchanged. The first tutorial of Case 2 will be rescheduled to 28/8/2013 (2:00 4:00 pm) and the venue will remain unchanged. The second tutorial of Case 2 will be rescheduled to 30/8/2013 (8:30 10:30 am) and the venue will remain unchanged. The first tutorial of Case 3 will be rescheduled to 4/9/2013 (2:00 4:00 pm) and the venue will remain unchanged. The second tutorial of Case 3 will be rescheduled to 6/9/2013 (8:30 10:30 am) and the venue will be changed to CSL 1, 2/F, FMB. The first tutorial of Case 5 will be rescheduled to 24/9/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will be changed to CSL 4, 2/F, FMB. Group 8 Group 11 Group 15 Group 16 The first tutorial of Case 5 will be rescheduled to 30/9/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will be changed to CSL 2, 2/F, FMB. The first tutorial of Case 5 will be rescheduled to 30/9/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will be changed to CSL 1, 2/F FMB. The second tutorial of Case 1 will be rescheduled to 20/8/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will be changed to TR4, 1/F, FMB. The first tutorial of Case 1 will be rescheduled to 2:15 4:15 pm on the same day 12/8/2013 and the venue will remain unchanged. The second tutorial of Case 1 will be rescheduled to 19/8/2013 (3:15 5:15 pm) and the venue will remain unchanged. The first tutorial of Case 2 will be rescheduled to 28/8/2013 (8:30 10:30 am) and the venue will remain unchanged. The first tutorial of Case 3 will be rescheduled to 6/9/2013 (2:30 4:30 pm) and the venue will remain unchanged. Group 17 The second tutorial of Case 5 will be rescheduled to 2/10/2013 (8:30 10:30 am) and the venue will be changed to Room G-01, Seminar room 1A, G/F, Hong Kong Jockey Club Building for
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Interdisciplinary Research, 5 Sassoon Road (HKJC-S1A).

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16. CONTACT DETAILS OF BLOCK AND DEPARTMENTAL COORDINATORS


E-Mail Address Office Telephone
2255 4519 2819 9347

Block Coordinator Administrative Staff at the Faculty Office

Dr Janice Tsang (Clinical jwhtsang@hku.hk Oncology) Ms Carey Poon careyp@hku.hk

Departmental Coordinators and Administrative/Clerical Staff Diagnostic Radiology Faculty Office (Human Sexuality Course) Medicine Dr E Lee Ms Key Lai Dr S Lo Dr KH Chan Miss Kanas Tam Ms Heidi Chik Dr C Ong Ms Kathy Chang Professor J Lai Ms Judy Ho Dr WY Ip Ms Amy Leung Professor YF Cheung Ms Cheryl Wong Dr SE Chua Ms Bonnie Choi Dr D Vackova Mr Alexander Kwan Dr TCL Wong Ms Kristine Chau Dr V To Ms Cannis Chau Dr SYW Shiu Dr D Siu Prof JG Shen eyplee77@hku.hk keylai@hku.hk stlo@famplan.org.hk 2255 3307 2255 3307

koonho@hku.hk
kmwtam@hku.hk hscchik@hku.hk cytong@hku.hk changml@hku.hk laism@hku.hk jmsho@hku.hk wyip@hku.hk lmf627@ha.org.hk xfcheung@hku.hk cherylww@hku.hk sechua@hku.hk bwschoi@hku.hk vackova@hku.hk awykwan@hku.hk wongtcl@hku.hk kchau@hku.hk doctorto@hku.hk chauyy@hku.hk sywshiu@hku.hk cwdsiu@hku.hk shenjg@hku.hk

2255 3595
2255 6774 2255 6773 2255 4558 2255 4648 3962 1413 2255 5632 2255 4581 2255 4974 2255 3841 2255 4485 2255 3060 2255 4488 2819 9154 2819 9873 2255 3025 2255 4912 2255 4394 2255 4394 2819 9261 2255 3600 2589 0429

Obstetric & Gynaecology Ophthalmology Orthopaedics & Traumatology Paediatrics & Adolescent Medicine Psychiatry School of Public Health (TB Clerkship) Surgery Surgery (ENT) TCM

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PBL Case Writers

E-Mail Address
Dr D Vackova (School of Public Health) vackova@hku.hk

Office Telephone
2819 9154

Case 1 Dr Eric Mak Case 2 Chu Wai Wai Case 3 Chan Ming Fai Case 4 Madam LPC Case 5 Madam Wong Ying

Dr BHY Chung (Paed & Adol Med) Dr P Ip (Paed & Adol Med) Dr I Chan (Surgery) Dr KKY Wong (Surgery) Dr A Kan (Obs & Gyn)

bhychung@hku.hk patricip@hku.hk ivyhychan@gmail.com kkywong@hku.hk kansya@hku.hk

2255 4482 2819 8501

2255 4850 2589 2405

Professor LW Chu (Medicine) Dr ACK Law (Psychiatry)

lwchu@hku.hk acklaw@hku.hk

2255 3315 2255 3057

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