The course focuses on the principles and approaches to the assessment of quality management in healthcare. Theoretical and pragmatic issues related to clinical quality assessment, improvement concepts, tools and methods, utilization review, and risk management, outcome measures and credentialing are covered.
- Teacher: Eiman Al-Jafar
This course is designed to introduce the students to the fundamentals of information technology and systems from the perspective of health informatics. It provides the students with a wide spectrum of computer-related concepts and skills to ensure that they are capable of employing appropriate technologies and tools to manage health information as it relates to their respective discipline.
Faculty of Medicine
Department of Community Medicine & Behavioural Sciences
220 Psychology, Semester 2 - Allied Health Sciences, 2011-2012
Class timings: Sundays - 1.00-3.00 pm
Thursdays - 12.00-2.00 pm
- Teacher: Anita Suresh
Students are exposed to the physiological changes that occur with short and long term physical activity, learn how to evaluate and prescribe physical activity programs for the general public and for some special populations.
- Teacher: Mario Barac-Nieto