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School of Medicine

Dean’s Biography

Prof. Dr. Ahmad M.Makhlouf
Prof. Dr. Ahmad M.Makhlouf

– Current Dean of faculty of medicine, Badr university, Cairo, Egypt

– Head of medical education department, Badr university, Cairo, Egypt

– Former dean of faculty of medicine, Assuit university Egypt

– Professor of obstetrics and gynecology, Assiut University Egypt

– Director of medical education development Centre, Assiut University

– Current Board Member of the Planning Committee, Medical Sector
Supreme Council of Universities, Egypt.

– Current Board Member of the Egyptian fellowship of obstetrics and gynecology higher committee

– Current expert and reviewer at the National Agency of Quality Assurance and Accreditation

– Current expert and reviewer at national project unit of ministry of high education

– Current member of National Committee for Reform of Medical Education (RUMP)

– Current member of central committee of medical board in Egyptian universities

– Supervisor of undergraduate medical programs in Upper Egypt universities

Dean’s Message:

The faculty of medicine at Badr university, Cairo, Egypt is devoted to graduating physicians and developing human resources that can bring hope and relief to those suffering from ailments and illnesses.

As the Dean, and on behalf of the faculty, staff, administration, and current students it is with great pleasure that I welcome you.

Medical education is undergoing a significant transformation. Our new school strives to position itself at the forefront of these challenges. We offer an innovative curriculum, addressing the academic requirements of physicians for future medical practice. This medical program utilizes a competency-based curriculum, focusing on best practices in patient care, delivered through innovative teaching strategies; digital classroom; an advanced simulation center, comprehensive library, and streamlined integrated courses ensuring a seamless transition from basic to clinical science applications.

We invite you to join us, as we move forward on this exciting journey of student-centered medical education for patient-centered health care. This is an excellent time to prepare for a career in medicine given the advances in curriculum design, learning theory, and technologically assisted information acquisition, evidence-based practice, analyses, and dissemination. This school has taken their understanding and commitment to educating future physicians by integrating innovative strategies in medical training with that of current proven advances in technology. Through this faculty wide effort, we are proud that our curriculum ensures continuity between the foundational sciences provided by our horizontally and vertically integrated basic and clinical sciences. This flow is further reinforced by our Introduction to Clinical Medicine courses. We are indeed addressing the needs of the next generation of physicians, who will utilize data at their disposal to provide optimal bedside care as they encourage wellness and prevention. The future is bright for the faculty of medicine at Badr university, Cairo, Egypt, and we invite you to join in this exciting effort.

Mission

Preparing unique medical graduates, qualified with the 21st capabilities and able to adopt self-learning and continuous professional training through training based on problem solving and team work in an integrated medical team, to be able to provide distinguished health services and to be competitive in health care market through providing an advanced diverse programs with high quality compatible with national, regional and international standards and also to be able to employ applied scientific research for community service and environmental development.

Vision

The School of Medicine, Badr University in Cairo (BUC), aims to be recognized nationally, regionally and internationally in the coming 10 years by achieving all professional competencies and advanced skills for its graduates, according to new trends in Integrated Medical Education, Applied Scientific Research and Community Services.

Goals

Strategic Goals:

  • Prepare unique medical graduates, able to serve the community.
  • Graduates should be able to adopt self-learning and implement the acquired skills.
  • Graduates should have advanced problem solving and team building skills at all levels of Health Service.
  • Graduates should be able to provide distinctive health services.
  • Graduates should be competitive in health care market nationally, regionally and internationally.
  • Graduates should be able to employ applied scientific research to achieve 2030 national goals

Program overview

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery MBBCh

Study Plan

 

Level 1 – First Semester

 

     

Weekly Contact Hours

 

 

Total

Credit Hours

S/NModule CodeModule TitlePre-requisitesTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1TSE 1101The Human Body (Tissue Structure & Function) —-223
2ANA 1102General Anatomical Principles 

223
3CBG 1103Molecular Cell Biology & Genetics —-223
4BIO 1104Principles of Medical Biochemistry223
5PDM 1105Professional Development Module —-223
6ECX 1106Early Clinical Experience—-042
7SIM 1107Basic Surgical Skills workshop—-042
8 SMR 1108Seminars —-042
Total 102221

 

Level 1 – Second Semester

    

Weekly Contact Hours

 

 

Total Credit Hours

S/NModule CodeModule TitlePre-requisitesTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1IPP 1209Introduction to Physiology & Pharmacology (Integrated) —-143
2PATH 1210Pathological Processes (Pathophysiology of Diseases)223
3MET 1211Metabolism I (Basic principles) —-143
4MET 1212Metabolism II & Nutrition —-143
5PHL 1213Concepts of Public Health & Epidemiology—-122
6EDH 1214Principles of Endocrinology & Hematology —-122
7SIM 1215Simulation Center—-063
8 SMR 1216Seminars—-063
Total 73022

 

Level 2 – First Semester

   Weekly Contact Hours 

Total

Credit Hours

S/NModule CodeModule TitlePre-requisitesTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1MIC 2117Micro-organisms,  Microbial Pathogenesis & Infections (Communicable Diseases)Modules of Year 1122
2IMM 2118Immune system in Health and DiseaseModules of Year 1223
3PHM 2119Clinical Pharmacology, Therapeutics & PrescriptionModules of Year 1223
4CVR 2120Cardiovascular & Respiratory System (Including related Applied Anatomy, Topographic Anatomy and Radiology)Modules of Year 1223
5SBS 2121Social & Behavioral SciencesModules of Year 1122
6SMR 2122SeminarsModules of Year 1084
7UNI 1Human Rights (University Requirement)—-11
8UNI 2Scientific Thinking & Reporting (University Requirement)—-11
Total 112021

 

Level 2 – Second Semester

    

Weekly Contact Hours

 

Total

Credit Hours

S/NModule CodeModule TitlePre-requisitesTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1MSK 2223Musculoskeletal SystemModules of Year 1223
2GIT 2224Gastrointestinal SystemModules of Year 1223
3GNU 2225Genito – Urinary systemModules of Year 1223
4NER 2226Nervous System & Head and NeckModules of Year 1223
5ANA 2227Applied Clinical Anatomy (Surface Anatomy)Modules of Year 1042
6ANA 2228Topographic Anatomy & RadiologyModules of Year 1042
7NPY 2229Principles of NeuropsychiatryModules of Year 1223
8 SMR 2230SeminarsModules of Year 10105
9Elective University Requirement

(Non-Medical)

—-11
10—-Elective University Requirement

(Non-Medical)

—-11
Total 122424

 

Level 3 – First Semester

    

Weekly Contact Hours

 

 

Total

Credit Hours

S/NModule CodeModule TitlePre-requisitesTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1MGI 3131Medical Care (GIT & HPB Clinical Rotation)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
2SGI 3132Surgical Care (GIT & HBP Clinical Rotation)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
3TOX 3133Clinical ToxicologyModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

122
4FML 3134Forensic Medicine & Medico-legal PrinciplesModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

122
5MCV 3135Medical care (Cardiopulmonary & Vascular Diseases)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
6SCV 3136Surgical Care (Cardiothoracic & Vascular Surgery)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
7CHT 3137Clinical HematologyModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

122
8SIM 3138BLS, ACLS & Interventional Radiology—-042
9 SMR 3139SeminarsModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

0105
Elective University Requirement

(Non-Medical)

—–11
Total 83425

 

Level 3 – Second Semester

    

Weekly Contact Hours

 

 

Total Credit Hours

S/NModule CodeModule TitlePre-requisitesTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1MNP 3240Medical Care (Neurology & Neuropsychiatry)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
2OSN 3241 Surgical Care (Orthopedics, Spine & NS Clinical Rotation)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
3PYR 3242Medical Care (Rheumatology, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

122
4LMD 3243Laboratory MedicineModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

222
5SIM 3244Simulation CenterModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

142
6SUN 3245Surgical Care (Urology) and

Medical care (Nephrology)

Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
7SUR 3246Surgical Care (Ophthalmology)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
8SUR 3247Surgical Care (ENT)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
9 SMR 3248SeminarsModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

063
Total 73424

 

 Level 4 – First Semester

    

Weekly Contact Hours

 

 

Total Credit Hours

S/NModule CodeModule TitlePre-requisitesTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1OBG 4149Material Healthcare (Obstetrics & Gynecology Clinical Rotation)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

286
2PED 4150Newborn & Child Healthcare (Pediatrics & Pediatric Surgery Clinical Rotation)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

286
3SIM 4151Simulation lab (Obstetrics, Gynecology & PCLS) & NICU, PICUModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

084
4ANS 4152AnesthesiaModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

122
5 SMR 4153Seminars—-084
6—–Medical Electives I—-042
Total 53824

 

Level 4 – Second Semester  

    

Weekly Contact Hours

 

 

Total Credit Hours

S/NModule CodeModule TitlePre-requisitesTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1END 4254Endocrinology and Breast Surgery Integrated Medical/Surgical Clinical rotationModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

244
2EBM 4255Evidence Based MedicineModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
3EXM 4256Preparing for USMLE step I042
4PLS 4257Principles of Plastic & Reconstructive SurgeryModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

143
5PSY 4258Medical Care PsychiatryModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

223
6DRW 4259Dermatology and WellbeingModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

122
6—–Medical Electives II—-042
7SMR 4260SeminarsModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

042
8SIM 4261Advanced Surgical Skill Workshop—-084
Total 73625

 

Level 5 – First Semester

    

Weekly Contact Hours

 

 

Total Credit Hours

S/NModule CodeModule TitlePre-requisitesTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1MDT 5162Integrative Care (Rotations – Hospital Multidisciplinary Teams)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

Modules of Year 4

122
2CNR 5163Basic Principles of Cancer CareModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

Modules of Year 4

122
3GEN 5164Advanced Genetics (Regenerative Medicine & Genomics)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

Modules of Year 4

143
4EXM 5165Preparing for USMLE step IIEXM 4256042
5AEI 5166Acute Care Accidents & Emergency (Medical & Surgical – Integrated )Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

Modules of Year 4

143
6SIM 5167Simulation Lab (ATLS & Burns Management)SIM 1108

SIM 3136

SIM 4257

164
7EXM 5168Preparing for USMLE step II CSEXM 4256

EXM 5165

042
8 SMR 5169Seminars—-063
Total 53221

 

Level 5 – Second Semester

    

Weekly Contact Hours

 

 

Total Credit Hours

S/NModule CodeModule TitlePre-requisitesTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1SSC 5270Student Selected Component I (Medical Specialty Rotation)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

Modules of Year 4

Modules of Semester 1 Year 5

143
2FMD 5271Family Medicine (Visiting Family Medicine Center)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

223
3RES 5272Starting Research ProjectModules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

185
4SSC 5273Student Selected Component II (Surgical Specialty Rotation)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

Modules of Year 3

Modules of Year 4

Modules of Semester 1 Year 5

143
5GER 5274Gerontology & Home Care (Integrated Medical/Surgical Approach)Modules of Year 1

Modules of Year 2

143
6RES 5275Completing Research & Students PublicationRES 5272164
7SMR 5276Seminars—-042
Total 63222

 Medical Sciences Labs

Biophysics Labs

 Biophysics Labs Contents
No.Item / DeviceQuantity
1.Verneir caliper13
2.Simple pendulum10
3.Specific heat10
4.Thermocouple10
5.Mapping of electric field10
6.Hook`s law10
7.Young`s modulus10
8.Oleic acid14
9.Surface tension13
10.Viscosity20
11.Archimedes13
12.Digital storage oscilloscope6
13.Verification of lenses and mirror13
14.Liquid lenses experiment10
15.Polarization13
16.Speed of sound6
17.Electric board for Ohm`s experiment7
18.Rheostate for Ohm`s experiment7
19.Lenses for convex lens experiment10
20.Micro Meter5
21.Sphero Meter3
22.Ohm’s law3
23.Electrical heat equivalent3
24.Thermal conductivity of bad conductor by using lee disc method3
25.Linear thermal expansion3
26.The specific heat capacity of metals by mixing method3
27.Meter bridge3
28.Magnetic field strength by tangent galvanometer3
29.Laser optical demonstration instrument3

Physiology labs

Physiology labs at BUC serve medical students to qualify them to become professional medical practitioners. The labs serves many teachings purposes such as:

  • Understanding the physiology of different body organs and systems to help in diagnosis of diseases.
  • Make full assessment of cardiovascular system.
  • Study the respiratory function and detect lungs volume and capacity.
  • Make full assessment of the nervous system.
  • Detect any neural defect.
Physiology  Labs Contents
No.Item / DeviceQuantity
1.ECG Instrument2
2.Stethoscope41
3.Sphygmomanometer41
4.Sahli app.6
5.Erthyrocyte sedimentation rate(ESR)4
6.Ultra sound gel1
7.Blood lancet20
8.Blood lancet pen16
9.SyringBox
10.Gloves15
11.Cotton500 gm
12.Slide12 box
13.Capillary tube30 box
14.Beaker 250 ml4
15.Ethyl  alcohol5 lit
16.Hydrochloric acid1 lit
17.Filter Paper10 box
18.Ophthalmoscope10
19.Tuning fork19
20.Low rate of vibration tuning fork20
21.Medical hammer25
22.Hematocrit Centrifuge2
23.Torches9
24.Washing Bottle2
25.Reagent Bottle 125Ml4
26.Reagent Bottle 250Ml2
27.Sodium Citrate1*500Gm
28.ESR2
29.Snellen’s chart for visual acuity2
30.Spirometer4
31.Compass7
32.Disposal safety box4
33.Test tube rack4
34.Hematocrit reader10
35.Snellen’s chart for visual acuity paper4

Histology and Pathology Labs

 Histology Labs Contents
No.Item / DeviceQuantity
1Microscope40
2Demonstration slides2boxes
3Projector and computer (data show unit)2

Anatomy labs

Human anatomy labs content
No.ItemQuantity
1Full anatomical skeleton  without muscle marking with stand1
2Disjointed full anatomical skeleton

هیکل عظمی مفکك

4
3نموذج رکبه Knee joint model1
4نموذج قلب Heart model1
5Anatomical model for female pelvis

نموذج تشریحی لحوض انثی

1
6Male urinary system model

نموذج جهاز بولی للرجل

1
7نموذج جهاز هضمی Digestive system model1
8Eye model                                   نموذج عین1
9Skeleton of arm with shoulder girdle – sku 60164
10Hand anatomy structure model – m33/1 [1000358]4
11Arm muscle 7 parts – sku m2114
12Back muscles model – sku m2904
13Model of shoulder with deep muscle – a880 [1000176]4
14Skeleton of leg with muscle marking – sku 60704
15Leg muscles 13 part – sku m2204
16Foot skeleton with ligament – sku 60584
17Hip joint with muscles & ligament – a881 [1000177]4
18Knee joint with muscles & ligament – sku 46623
19Segment of spinal cord showing attachment of spinal nerve (6 time full size) – sku r101164
20Torso with open back 27 parts – b35 [1000200]2
21Full anatomical skeleton with muscle marking – la00100u2
22Sam deluxe skeleton on feet roller stand with break1
23Female pelvis 3 parts1
24Head with pharynx muscles1
25Median section of head1
26Ear.3times life size4
27Larynx model ,2times enlarged2
28Head and neck musculature4
29Eye ,5times full-size,12 part4
30Female urinary organ1
3131 part deluxe dual sex muscle human torso model 32

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