PRESENTATION IN A SYMPOSIUM
after the
Gastrointestinal and Nutritional Health Problem Course

Objectives, Format, and Evaluation Form

1. The symposium is a practical examination that will evaluate the following competences expected of a primary health care physician:

Physician- Community Health Problem Solver
Wholistic Physician-Clinician
Physician-Researcher
Physician-Educator
Physician-Learner
Physician- Manager

During the symposium, the students are expected to demonstrate the above competences.

2. The students shall present the following symposium on the last week of the course:

Symposium on Hepatitis as a Health Problem

Overview and Personal Perspective on the Liver Health Problem

Overview and Personal Perspective on Hepatitis as a Health Problem

Public Health Education on Prevention of Hepatitis

Community Health Management - Hepatitis Control Program

Case Presentation and Discussion

Jaundice (or any chief complaint of patient who eventually has hepatitis)

Issues

Psychosocial Issues in Patients with Hepatitis Problem

Bioethical Issues in Patients with Hepatitis Problem

Medicolegal Issues in Patients with Hepatitis Problem

Research Issues in Patients with Hepatitis Problem

3. Expectations, format, and evaluation criteria - See Evaluation Form.

4. A written report on the assigned topics in the symposium should be submitted on the last day of the course.

5. Evaluation criteria of written reports consist of the following:

Clear
Adequate in terms of content
Format followed
Presence of references


Presentation in a Symposium

Evaluation Form

Legend:

E - Excellent
S - Satisfactory
F - Fair
US - Unsatisfactory

1.

Student:

Group No:

Overview and Personal Perspective on
the Liver Health Problem

Expectation:

Within 5 minutes, the student is expected to present an Overview and Personal Perspective on the Liver Health Problem using a prescribed format.

Evaluation Criteria:

FINAL GRADE

YES

NO

E

S

F

US

E

S

F

US

Clear

Adequate in terms of content

Concept of Liver Health Problem

Common types of Liver Health Problem

Common causes of Liver Health Problem

Magnitude of the Liver Health Problem in the global, national, and local levels

Personal perspective on possible solution of the Liver Health Problem using a primary health care approach

Format followed

Presence of references

Presented within the allotted time

2.

Student:

Group No:

Overview and Personal Perspective on
Hepatitis as a Health Problem

Expectation:

Within 5 minutes, the student is expected to present an Overview and Personal Perspective on Hepatitis as a Health Problem using a prescribed format.

Evaluation Criteria:

FINAL GRADE

YES

NO

E

S

F

US

E

S

F

US

Clear

Adequate in terms of content

Concept of Hepatitis

Common types of Hepatitis

Common causes of Hepatitis

Magnitude of the Hepatitis in the global, national, and local levels

Personal perspective on possible solution of the Hepatitis using a primary health care approach

Format followed

Presence of references

Presented within the allotted time

3.

Student:

Group No:

Public Health Education on Prevention of Hepatitis

Expectation:

Within 5 minutes, the student/s is/are expected to present a Public Health Education on Prevention of Hepatitis using a prescribed format.

Evaluation Criteria:

FINAL GRADE

YES

NO

E

S

F

US

E

S

F

US

Clear

Adequate in terms of content

Description of the problem

Importance of the problem

Preventive measures

Early detection measures

Format followed

Presence of references

Presented within the allotted time

4.

Student:

Group No:

Community Health Management
Hepatitis Control Program

Expectation:

Within 5 minutes, the student/s is/are expected to present a
Hepatitis Control Program using a prescribed format.

Evaluation Criteria:

FINAL GRADE

YES

NO

E

S

F

US

E

S

F

US

Clear

Adequate in terms of content

Problem identification

Objectives

Strategies

Evaluation parameters

Format followed

Presence of references

Presented within the allotted time

5. 

Student:

Group No:

Case Presentation and Discussion
Jaundice

Expectation:

Within 10 minutes, the student/s is/are expected to present and discuss a patient with a chief complaint of jaundice using a prescribed format.

Evaluation Criteria:

FINAL GRADE

YES

NO

E

S

F

US

E

S

F

US

Clear

Adequate in terms of content

Management goals

Rapport

Clinical diagnostic process

Paraclinical diagnostic process

Treatment process

Indication for referral

Advice

Format followed

Presence of references

Presented within the allotted time

6.

Student:

Group No:

Psychosocial Issues in Patients with Hepatitis

Expectation:

Within 5 minutes, the student/s is/are expected to present a discussion of psychosocial issue/s in patients with Hepatitis using a prescribed format.

Evaluation Criteria:

FINAL GRADE

YES

NO

E

S

F

US

E

S

F

US

Clear

Adequate in terms of content

Scenarios or cases

Identification of a psychosocial issue

Influence on health and disease and recovery

Prevention and promotion

Format followed

Presence of references

Presented within the allotted time

7.

Student:

Group No:

Bioethical Issues in Patients with Hepatitis

Expectation:

Within 5 minutes, the student/s is/are expected to present a discussion of bioethical issue/s in patients with Hepatitis using a prescribed format.

Evaluation Criteria:

FINAL GRADE

YES

NO

E

S

F

US

E

S

F

US

Clear

Adequate in terms of content

Scenarios or cases

Identification of bioethical issue/s

Pros and cons

Decision-making

Format followed

Presence of references

Presented within the allotted time

8.

Student:

Group No:

Medicolegal Issues in Patients with Hepatitis

Expectation:

Within 5 minutes, the student/s is/are expected to present a discussion of medicolegal issue/s in patients with Hepatitis using a prescribed format.

Evaluation Criteria:

FINAL GRADE

YES

NO

E

S

F

US

E

S

F

US

Clear

Adequate in terms of content

Scenarios or cases

Identification of medicolegal issue/s

Analysis of issues

Prevention and solution

Format followed

Presence of references

Presented within the allotted time

 9.

Student:

Group No:

Research Issues in Patients with Hepatitis

Expectation:

Within 5 minutes, the student/s is/are expected to present a research protocol on identified issue/s in patients with Hepatitis using a prescribed format.

Evaluation Criteria:

FINAL GRADE

YES

NO

E

S

F

US

E

S

F

US

Clear

Adequate in terms of content

Scenarios or cases

Identification of research issue/s

Importance of issues

Present a research protocol on the
identified issues

Format followed

Presence of references

Presented within the allotted time

Evaluator:

Date:


Course Content