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Feedback: Portfolio committee. 4/21/11. Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za. Documents. Curriculum Admission Criteria. Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za. Curriculum. 5 Year MBChB Curriculum

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feedback portfolio committee
Feedback:Portfolio committee

4/21/11

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Documents

  • Curriculum
  • Admission Criteria

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Curriculum

  • 5 Year MBChB Curriculum
  • With and Learning Development Programme (LDP) component for first years that fail after 6 months

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

MBChB Curriculum

  • 5 years
  • 2,5 years Pre-clinical
  • 2,5 years Clinical
  • Start with Clinical exposure already in First semester
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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Brief Outline of the Programme

  • Number of credits (total per programme, and per phase/block/module, etc.) (10 notional hours = 1 credit)

Programme 860

Phase I 84 ( 1Semester)

Phase II: 344 ( 4 Semesters)

Phase III: 432 ( 5 Semesters)

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Teaching Methods

  • Student-centred, directed training with a focus on principles and concepts, appropriately balanced with facts
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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

  • Specific Methods
    • Lecturing
    • Portfolios
    • Self Study
    • Group work
    • Electives
    • Reflection
    • Clinical Rotations
    • Rural elective
    • E-learning
    • Self Evaluation/ Learning
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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

FASE I/ PHASE I

Semester 1(84C)

MEB100(12C)

Gesondheid-psigologie/ Health Psychology

IMA 100 (12C) Geïntegreerde Mediese Assessering/ Integrated Medical Assessment

MEC100(12C)

Die Dokter en die Omgewing / The Doctor and the Environment

MED100(12C)

Konsepte van Gesondheid en Siekte / Concepts of Health and Disease

MEE100(12C)

Weefsels van die Liggaam/ Tissues of the Body

MEF100(12C)

Struktuur en Ontwikkeling van die Liggaam/ Structure and Development of the Body

MEA100(12C)

Algemene Vaardighede/ General Skills

Level 7 Total Credits: 860

Notional Hours: 8600

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Semester 2

Semester 3 (152 K)

GMR124 (0K) **

GMR218 (32K)

IMA 213(12K)Geïntegreerde Mediese Assessering/ Intergrated Medical Assessment

Membrane, Reseptore en beginsels van Farmakoterapie / Membranes, Receptors

and principles of Pharmacotherapy

MEO124 (0K) **

MEO218 (32K)

Struktuur en Ontwikkeling van die Liggaam (disseksieprogram) / Structure and Development of the Body (dissection program)

MEI124 (0K)**

MEI218(32K)

Molekules van die Liggaam Metabolisme / Molecules of the Body Metabolism

MFP214(16K)

Meganismes van Siekte/ Mechanisms of Disease

MJR214(16K)

Infeksies en Antimikrobe Middels / Infections and Antimicrobial Drugs

GSM124 (0K) **

GSM213 (12K)

Epidemiologie,Biostatistiek en Spesiale Studiemodule

Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Special Study Module(SSM)

Leerontwikkelingsprogram (LOP) vir 6 maande druipelinge/ Learning Development Programme of 6 months for candidates that failed

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Semester 4 (88K)

Semester 5 (104 K)

GUS264 (16K)

Urinêre stelsel / Urinary system

MFW354 (16K)

Respiratoriese stelsel / Respiratory system

IMA 313 (12K) Geïntegreerde Mediese Assessering/ Integrated Medical Assessment

MEQ264 (16K)

Hematologie en Immunologie/ Haematology and Immunology

MEX354 (16K)

Gesondheid en

siekte in bevolkings / Health and disease in populations

MIS264 (16K)

Kardiovaskulêre stelsel/ Cardiovascular system

MGB354 (16K)

Senuweestelsel / Nervous system

MEY264(16K)

Genitale stelsel/ Genital system

GEE354(16K)

Endokriene stelsel / Endocrine system

MEU264 (16K)

Gastro-intestinale stelsel/ Gastrointestinal system

MEZ354 (16K)

Menslike diversiteit en regsetiek/ Human diversity and legal ethics

GSM262 (8K)

Epidemiologie,Biostat. en SSM Epidemiology, Biostat. and SSM

GKV264 (0K) **Kliniese Vaardighede / Clinical Skills

GKV353 (12K) Kliniese Vaardighede / Clinical Skills

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Semesters 6 (36K)

MEG323 (12K)

Gesondheidsbeleid en Dienslewering / Health Policy and Service Provision

MAE323 (12K)

Menslike Lewenssiklus/ Human Life Cycle

GRE323 (12K)

Reproduksie/ Reproduction

INM323 (0K) ** OSM323 (0K) **

Interne Geneeskunde Psigiatrie (Onkologie) (Kardiologie/ Neurologie) Psychiatry (Oncology) Internal Medicine (Cardiology/ Neurology)

CHM323 (0K) **

Chirurgie (Otorinolaringologie/

Oftalmologie / Urologie)

Surgery (Otorhinolaryngology/ Ophthalmology /Urology)

PEM323 (0K) **

Pediatrie / Paediatrics

GOB323 (0K) **

Obstetrie & Ginekologie

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

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Semester 7

Semester 8

INM479 (52K)

Interne Geneeskunde

(Kardiologie/Neuro-logie)

Internal Medicine (Cardiology/ Neurology)

CHM479 (48K)

Chirurgie (Otorinolarin-gologie/Oftalmo­logie / Urologie) // Surgery (Otorhinolaryngo­logy/ Ophthalmology /Urology)

PEM478 (32K)

Pediatrie / Paediatrics

GOB478 (32K)

Obstetrie & Ginekologie

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

OSM478 (32K)

Psigiatrie (Onkologie)

Psychiatry (Oncology)

INM489 (52K)

Interne Geneeskunde

(Kardiologie/Neurologie)

Internal Medicine (Cardiology/ Neurology)

CHM489 (48K)

Chirurgie (Otorinolarin-gologie/Oftalmo­logie / Urologie) // Surgery (Otorhino­laryngology/ Ophthalmology / Urology)

PEM488 (32K)

Pediatrie / Paediatrics

GOB488 (32K)

Obstetrie & Ginekologie

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

OSM488 (32K)

Psigiatrie (Onkologie)

Psychiatry (Oncology)

Verpligte inwoning met ‘n goedgekeurde algemene praktisyn – 2 weke elektief

Compulsory residency with an approved general practitioner – 2 weeks electives

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Methods of Assessment

  • CPS assessments
  • Portfolios
  • Exams
  • OSKE
  • Orals at end of Semester 5
  • Integrated Medical Assessment ( IMA)
  • Research project
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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Innovations in the Programme

  • Learning Developmental Programme
  • Integration
  • CPS
  • E-learning Modules
  • Academic Student Committee
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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Other Support Efforts

  • Orientation Programme
  • Academic Support Unit
  • Winter School
  • Student learning facilities
  • Faculty Specific Library
  • Loan Scheme for Medical Students
  • Visimed Self study Computer Lab
  • Interactive Computer Lab in Frik Scott Library
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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

  • Mentor System
  • Special Opportunity Training
  • Student Academic Support
  • Drop-in centre
  • Academic Tutorial Programme
  • First year Tutorials
  • PASS programme
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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

  • New plans
    • Cellphones
    • Personal Laptops
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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

SELECTION FOR MEDICINE: IN SHORT

  • Select 140 students
  • 4 Groups
  • AFR and ENG Female (35 /35)
  • AFR and ENG Male (35/35)
  • Of the 35 – reserve spaces – 30 matrics – 5 senior
  • 6 Lesotho students
  • 5 Botswana students
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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

A definite effort is made to accommodate candidates from a disadvantaged academic background who demonstrates the necessary potential and a reasonable ability to attain success in their course.

65% requirement of National Department of Health in mind in process for Black and Coloured students

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

For Matric

Is based on the following:

(a) Admission Point (TP)

(b) Academic mark (AP)

(c) NBT tests and any other approved questionnaires and tests,

(d) Selection mark (KP)

(e) Language of instruction and

(f) Sciences Mark (WP)

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

  • Academic mark : 100
  • Additional 22 points
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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Senior STUDENTS : Not yet degree

A candidate will qualify for selection if s/he obtains a minimum average of 75% for the completed year.

(ii) A candidate must have the minimum credits (full curriculum as set out in the regulations of the programme) required to pass a year of any degree.

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Students with degree

Preference will be given to students with appropriate subjects with a minimum average of 75%.

(ii) The programme must have been completed in no longer than the allowed minimum period plus one year.

admission criteria
Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Admission Criteria

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

SELECTION POLICY: SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 2011

M.B.,Ch.B.

1. PREMISES

PLEASE NOTE: ADMISSION IS SUBJECT TO SELECTION

The present selection policy can be summarised as follows:

(a) Any candidate can apply for admission to the first year of the M.B.,Ch.B. Programme (i. e. Grade 12 Learners, school leavers, graduates and diplomats, and people who are already studying for a degree). Candidates from dental faculties or schools will not be considered as long as they are undergraduates. Candidates who are already studying medicine at another university are only selected into the first year of the M.B.,Ch.B. Programme. In exceptional cases only and with the recommendation of the Dean and approval of the School concerned, will a student be admitted to selection in another programme in this Faculty. 

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Admission Criteria

(b) A holistic approach is important in the selection process, which is based on a points system that includes academic achievement, cultural activities, and sport.

(c) A definite effort is made to accommodate candidates from a disadvantaged academic background who demonstrates the necessary potential and a reasonable ability to attain success in their course.

(d) It is admitted that students and doctors are national assets, but students from certain areas in South Africa are regarded as the main responsibility of the UFS for possible selection.

(e) A maximum target of 140 candidates (including 11 students from SADC countries*) will be selected in four groups (Eng/Afr, men/women), with an equal number of male and female and Afrikaans and English candidates. Further selection will be considered with the view to registering 140 students. (*Currently Lesotho and Botswana.)

(f) Mainly South African students are selected for studies in the medical sciences due to the high costs involved in the training of such students. In respect of the SADC countries*, candidates will be selected in compliance with the policy agreement between the Department of Health and Medical Schools. (*Currently Lesotho and Botswana.)

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

(g) Students are required to produce a medical report completed by a medical practitioner, as well as a completed health questionnaire.

(h) The medical reports of applicants that have been selected for the M.B.,Ch.B programme will be provided to the Selection Committee in order to ascertain whether there are students with such disabilities that would make them unfit for medical studies.

(i) At its own discretion, the Faculty reserves the right to demand immunisation against diseases, from time to time, before admitting students to any further academic year or semester during their studies. As far as the M.B.,Ch.B. Programme is concerned, immunisation against Hepatitis B will occur during training and it is therefore not necessary to be immunised beforehand.

(j) All students must remember that if their status is HIV positive, they should be aware, before taking up the selected places, that they would be exposed to patients with infective diseases, which might affect their illness. In these cases, it will be the students’ responsibility to take the necessary precautions to prevent illness due to their positive status and exposure. All students will be expected to fulfil all the rotation requirements for the programme.

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

2. SELECTION PROCESS

2.1 Selection of Grade 12 Learners

Is based on the following:

(a) Admission Point (TP)

(b) Academic mark (AP)

(c) NBT tests and any other approved questionnaires and tests,

(d) Selection mark (KP)

(e) Language of instruction and

(f) Sciences Mark (WP)

*Abbreviasions as used in the selection process documents

Admission point (TP) is calculated according to the four (4) compulsory subjects (Language of instruction, Mathematics, Physical Sciences,and Life Sciences and the best of two (2) subjects of the "designated list" of school subjects passed during one examination session. The subject Life Orientation with an achievement level of 5 or higher, receive only one (1) TP point.

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

NSC; Achievement level

(AP)

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Academic mark (AP): is the average of the four (4) compulsory subjects (Language of instruction, Mathematics, Physical Sciences,and Life Sciences and the best of two (2) subjects of the "designated list" of school subjects passed during one examination session. The subject Life Orientation is not used in the calculation.

NBT tests are compulsory for all applications. Approved questionnaires and tests can also be used to identify candidates with the necessary potential. If necessary, a panel from within the Faculty can conduct interviews with students in a further attempt to assess potential and personalities.

Selection mark (KP): The maximum points to be attained by a student is 122 (leadership and community in Grade 11 and 12). Of these points, 100 are allocated for academic achievement and a maximum of 12 for extra-curricular activities, a maximum of 8 for region of origin and 2 points for children of University staff, or University alumni or gold class donors.

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

As far as the additional 22 points are concerned, the following holds:

(i) A point is allocated for non-academic achievements, to a maximum allocation of twelve (12) points (leadership and community involvement in Grade 11 and 12).

This point is based on achievements in the following categories:

leadership and community involvement (1-4, to be considered annually);

culture (1-4) (differentiated between participation at school, provincial and national level);

sport (1-4) (differentiated between participation at school, provincial and national level).

Points are allocated as follows :

1 = School or local participation

2 = Regional

3 = Provincial

4 = National

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

(ii) An additional point allocation in respect of regions is as follows (maximum allocation of 8 points):

Free State, Northern Cape: an additional 6

points

Eastern Cape: an additional 3 points

Rest: no additional points

Applicants from rural schools earn an additional 2 points.

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

(iii) An additional point allocation of 2 points for children of University staff or University alumni or gold class donors.

In respect of the language of instruction (Afrikaans or English) a minimum average mark on achievement level 5 (60%) is required.

Science Mark (WP) is calculated by the average of the following:

A minimum average mark on achievement level 5 (60%) is required for each of the following and is a compulsory prerequisite:

Mathematics minimum achievement level 5 (60%) and

Physical Sciences minimum achievement level 5 (60%) and

Life Sciences minimum achievement level 5 (60%)

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

2.2 Selection of learner who have already past Grade 12 and graduates

The post-school achievements at higher education institutions attained by students, who have already passed Grade 12, will be taken into account in addition to their Grade 12 marks. Limited positions will be available for selection in this category.

NBT tests are compulsory for all applications.

2.2.1 University students

(a) Degree not yet obtained

For the selection of candidates that have completed one or more years of a programme that does not fall within the Health Sciences (programmes that are excluded as part of the selection criteria) the following applies:

(i) A candidate will qualify for selection if s/he obtains a minimum average of 75% for the completed year.

(ii) A candidate must have the minimum credits (full curriculum as set out in the regulations of the programme) required to pass a year of any degree.

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

(iii) Preference will be given to students with appropriate modules.

(b) Degree already obtained

Selection of students that have already obtained a degree will be as follows:

(i) Preference will be given to students with appropriate subjects with a minimum average of 75%.

(ii) The programme must have been completed in no longer than the allowed minimum period plus one year.

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

2.2.2 University of Technology and other Higher Education Institutions

(a) Degree/Diploma not yet obtained

Selection of students from University of Technology and other Higher Education Institutions will be done as follows:

(i) A minimum average of 80% is required for completed modules.

(ii) Preference will be given to students with appropriate modules.

(b) Degree/Diploma already obtained

(i) For Candidates with a B.Tech. degree, a minimum average of 80% is required. A minimum average of 80% is required for other appropriate diplomas.

Preference will be given to students with appropriate modules.

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za

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Prof GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

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Prof. GJ van Zyl: Dean / Dekaan

vanzylgj@ufs.ac.za