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Learning Outcomes
Knowledge and Understanding
K1Describe the principles and concepts of basic and required sciences as a foundation for pharmacy courses
K2Recognize the properties, mechanism of action, dosage, side effects, contraindications, interactions, sources, discovery, optimization, formulation, good manufacturing practices, analysis, and marketing of pharmaceutical dosage forms
K3Outline principles of current research methodology and evidence-based practice
K4Recognize ethical, legal and economic aspects of pharmacy profession
Skills
S1Apply concepts and principles of pharmaceutical and therapeutic sciences in pharmacy profession.
S2Develop medication therapy plans that are patient centered and evidence-based
S3Design appropriate methods for drug discovery and analysis and for medications efficacy and safety
S4Plan suitable research methods and evidence-based approaches
S5Interpret mathematical and statistical data in different pharmacy profession settings to provide drug information to patients and health care providers
S6Interpret and evaluate, for safety, quality and economy, prescriptions and other orders for medicines
S7Communicate effectively with patients, their families, colleagues, and other health professionals
Values, Autonomy, and Responsibility
V1Show self-awareness and self-reflection to continue professional development as a pharmacist
V2Demonstrate effective leadership in complex professional and social environments
V3Illustrate professional attitude and ethical behavior in pharmacy practice, research and industry.
Knowledge and Understanding
K1Synthesize knowledge from humanities, arts and sciences to provide competent and caring nursing practice.
K2Recognize the unique psychosocial, physical, and cultural attributes of wellness and illness throughout lifespan.
K3Integrate comprehensive knowledge of best nursing practices in specialized areas of health promotion and disease prevention.
Skills
S1Apply clinical reasoning and critical thinking to endorse a culture of safety and prevent risk of harm to populations, families, colleagues, and the community.
S2Integrate the use of technology and information systems to communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, and to support decision making for safe nursing practice.
S3Engage in high quality, evidence based and safe health care practices with individuals, families and populations.
S4Demonstrate effective communication with patients, families, and colleagues by fostering mutual respect and shared decision making to enhance knowledge, experience, and health outcomes.
S5Apply research outcomes and health quality data to provide evidence-based nursing practice and improve health in community.
S6Demonstrate competence in providing patient-centered holistic, compassionate, respectful care of patients, families, and communities that is culturally appropriate and in compliance with professional standards.
Values, Autonomy, and Responsibility
V1Commit to accountability as a life-long learner for the delivery of evidence-based nursing care consistent with ethical, moral, humanistic, legal, and regulatory principles.
V2Collaborate with members of inter-professional team in a way that will contribute to establish and achieve the shared goals through accountability and influence.
Knowledge and Understanding
K1Integrate basic, behavioral, and oral health care sciences in dental assisting practice.
K2Identify different dental materials, their properties, indications, and contraindications.
K3Promote community oral health care and disease prevention.
K4Demonstrate basic research skills in the field of dental assistance and oral health care.
Skills
S1Develop decision- making and problem-solving skills in the dental assisting field.
S2Show ability to perform administrative dental office skills.
S3Apply current standards of infection control, sterilization, and occupational safety.
S4Perform various radiographic procedures with safety.
S5Demonstrate the techniques of handling different dental materials used in clinical procedures.
S6Apply four-six handed dentistry principles.
S7Use health informatics in oral care effectively.
S8Evaluate and integrate scientific research results into the field of dental assisting.
S9Communicate effectively both orally and in writing with dentists, patients, their families, colleagues, and other health professionals.
Values
V1Demonstrate the capacity for self, peer – assessment and lifelong learning
V2Apply knowledge for medico-legal and ethical aspects of professional practice and apply it.
V3Participate constructively in a team and demonstrate a practice of leadership when appropriate.
Knowledge and Understanding
K1Identify the principles of oral health, its disease development, diagnosis, prevention, and
management.
K2Demonstrate basic research skills in the field of oral science.
K3Demonstrate the knowledge necessary to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate community-
based programs in all health promotion and disease prevention activities.
K4Integrate basic, biomedical, and behavioral sciences in the practice of dental hygiene care.
Skills
S1Utilize critical thinking, problem solving, and evidence-based decision making in the dental
hygiene process of care.
S2Evaluate the patient’s oral and medical status and request the needed diagnostic
investigations.
S3Perform comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and risk assessments based upon theapplication of scientific evidence with consultations as appropriate.
S4Provide the dental hygiene process of care (assessment, dental hygiene diagnosis, planning, implementation, evaluation, documentation) for patients/clients in all settings.
S5Develop skills to access, critically appraise, apply and communicate scientific literature and
research as it relates to providing evidence-based patient care.
S6Understand and master the competencies of Dental Hygiene Professional Practice.
S7Provide oral health care to individuals at all stages of life and for all periodontal classifications by performing procedures safely and preventing iatrogenic injuries.
S8Use health informatics in oral care effectively.
S9Communicate effectively with patients, peers, the public, and other healthcare professionals using verbal, nonverbal, and written language with clarity, coherence, and purpose.
Values
V1Demonstrate self-assessment to maintain professional standards, accountability and encourage life-long learning.
V2Apply a professional code of ethics while adhering to appropriate legal and regulatory measures when providing oral health services following health care rules and regulations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
V3Participate constructively in a team and demonstrate a practice of leadership when appropriate.
Knowledge and Understanding
K1 Identify different materials, material selection, biocompatibility, designs of dental appliances and fabrication techniques used in their manufacture.
K2 Demonstrate critical approach to research methods, basic managerial skills and strategies in the field of Dental Technology
K3 Describe dental technology techniques and various dental concepts
K4 Integrate oral, basic, biomedical, biohazard, and behavioral sciences with dental lab technology profession.
Skills
S1 Illustrate intellectual skills in management, knowledge, reasoning and problem solving to enable an evaluation of contrasting approaches within the field of dental technology.
S2 Analyze critically, using higher levels of professional judgments and decision making in dental lab technology environments
S3 Analyse evidence and employ independent research techniques producing an extended piece of academic writing.
S4 Demonstrate competence in performing procedures in all aspects of dental technology with different material.
S5 Operate safely, independently and be able to make autonomous decisions when constructing dental appliances of increasing complexity.
S6 Use the appropriate information technology software and electronic resources to analyze, search and present effectively.
Values, Autonomy, and Responsibility
V1 Demonstrate the capacity for working independently while maintaining standards and time management.
V2 Apply appropriate professional, ethical and legal standards in providing sound prostheses following health care rules and regulations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
V3 Engage in continuing professional development and direct personal development through self and peer assessment.
Knowledge
K1Describe the basis of sciences as a foundation for clinical laboratory sciences.
K2Recognize each subject area of chemistry, hematology, microbiology, Immunology, genetics, transfusion medicine immunohematology.
K3Outline principle of current research methodology and evidence base practice.
K4Integrate basic biomedical and behavior sciences in the practice of clinical laboratory sciences.
Skills
S1Apply concepts of laboratory analysis in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and maintenance of health.
S2Develop evidence-base plans of care for the prevention and treatment of diseases considering patient’s needs
S3Interpret the findings of various investigations to reach an appropriate diagnosis and safety.
S4Integrate scientific research outcomes with clinical expertise and patient values towards evidencebased practice.
S5Executing quality control procedures and developing solution to problems concerning the generation of laboratory data.
S6Interpret and evaluate laboratory test results for correlation with clinical conditions.
S7Communicate effectively with patients, their families, colleagues and other heath professionals
Values
V1Demonstrate the capacity for self, peer – assessment, accountability, and lifelong learning.
V2Apply appropriate professional, ethical and legal standards in providing patient-centered care following health care rules and regulations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
V3Participate constructively in a team and demonstrate a practice of leadership when appropriate.
Graduate Attributes
  • Provider of patient centered medication care
  • Able to Ensure Medication Safety and Medication reconciliation
  • User of evidence-based practice
  • Promoter of health and good-wellness.
  • Fostering Team-Based Approach to Health Care
  • Demonstrator of Professional Attitudes and Behaviors and Compliance
  • Passionate to Communicate effectively
  • Demonstrate proficiency in clinical skills and nursing procedures.
  • Able to communicate effectively Skillful
  • Apply evidence-based practice in patient care.
  • Effectively communicate with patients, families, and healthcare team members.
  • Adhere to ethical principles and standards in nursing practice.
  • Promote patient-centered care and shared decision-making.
  • Competent in four and six-handed dentistry
  • Compassionate and honest.
  • Excellent in administrative clinical skills.
  • Capable of effective communication with dentists, dental auxiliary personnel, and patients.
  • Familiar with the new technologies used in the dental field in diagnoses, dental materials, and treatment techniques.
  • Passionate to serve the community and raise awareness of oral health.
  • Life–long learner.
  • Possessor of good manual dexterity.
  • Able to communicate effectively with patients and colleagues.
  • Life–long learner.
  • Compassionate and honest.
  • Clinical problem solver.
  • Knowledgeable in the subject and new technologies.
  • Passionate to educate patients and get them involved in the treatment plan.
  • Able to communicate effectively with dentist and colleagues.
  • Possessor of good hand skills.
  • Good organizational ability, time management skills and able to do precise and
    detailed work.
  • Possessor of an eye for form and design.
  • Able to follow instructions and concentrate on specific tasks.
  • Knowledgeable in technologies.
  • Self-motivated, enjoy working independently and in a team.
  • Possessor of good laboratory assays.
  • Able to communicate effectively with patients and colleagues.
  • Life – long learner.
  • Compassionate and honest.
  • Clinical problem solver.
  • Knowledgeable in the subject and new technologies.
  • Passionate to educate patients and get them involved in the treatment plan.