Ali Aldhebaib

Radiological Sciences Program, College of Applied Medical Sciences (COMAS), King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-US), King Abdullah International Medical Research Centre (KAIMRC), National Guard health Affairs (NGHA), Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia


  • Research   
    Development of an Integrated Ultrasound Curriculum for Medical Students
    Author(s): Ali Aldhebaib*

    The increasing use of ultrasound modality as the first line of investigation in critical situations has expanded its medical education potential. Ultrasound has become part of the curriculum for basic medical education in many schools. Despite the evolution of ultrasound technology, patient care may be negatively impacted by ultrasound if untrained or insufficiently trained individuals perform it. This study aims to provide evidence-based data regarding how a suitable integrated ultrasound curriculum can be incorporated and implemented within the undergraduate medical school. Theintegrated ultrasound curriculum (iUSC) hasbeen designedbasedontheneeds oftheSaudi communitytomeet the required competencies. The curriculum consisted of four years in addition to internship according to the Saudi regulations. The curriculum includes subjects, objectives, teaching methods, and evaluation metho.. Read More»

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