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CBMBP Vision

                          CBMBP will create a community of interdisciplinary research-
                          ers ,professors , and students who foser excellence and
                          encourage innovation . this community will spearhead
                          academic and scientic advancement in the region and
                          across the world by building a strong foundation

                          Teaching and evaluation methods:
                          Teaching, training and evaluation of students are based on
                          the methodological bases adopted in the competency based
                          curricula in which the students are evaluated collectively in all
                          the competencies on which the curriculum was built (ACGME
                          2009). Therefore, it is necessary to use the appropriate
                          methods according to the American standards.
                          Evaluation tools will be matched with the College's resources
                          in order to achieve the credibility of the assessment of the
                          competencies. (N.B.: For every global framework of compe-
                          tencies there is a framework for teaching and evaluation

                                   CBMBP Mission

                          The Faculty of Medicine, Tanta University was established
                          by the Republican Decree No. 1468 of the year 1962 as a
                          branch of the Alexandria University in its history, is currently
                          relying on a huge infrastructure of classrooms, laboratories,
                          about 1507hospital beds, museums and libraries, in addition
                          to about 2000 faculty members at the highest level of
                          scientic and professional preparation. Each year, the
                          faculty receives more than 1,000 Egyptian students and
                          hundreds of students from all over the world.
                          Evolution of medical curricula:
                          The medical curriculum in the world has witnessed a lot of
                          development since the middle of the last century, especially
                          since 1984 after the release of the professional specica-
                          tions report for the graduate of medicine from America
                          (GPEP) and the publication of the world model Harden in
                          the development of medical curricula (SPICES Model). All
                          medical schools have developed their curricula according to
                          the new concepts. The international health organizations
                          have adopted a number of medical regulations including the
                          doctor of the future in the UK (TD3 2015), the Scottish
                          doctor's competencies (SD3 2008), the European competen-
                          cies (MINE), the Australian doctor's competencies (AMC
                          2012), the Canadian competencies (CanMeds 2015) and the
                          American competencies (GMER 2002, ACGME 2009). All
                          these competencies are centered around the comprehen-
                          sive concept of an efcient physician and a professional

                         REASONS FOR PROGRAM
                          1- Global variables on the development of scientic curricula.
                          2- Medical practice in recent years is undergoing radical
                          changes from a new vision for the development of health
                          services and the ways to submit them and follow them.
                          3- Rapid improvement in health care and medical education
                          4- Responding to repeated requests from the community to
                          improve the level of medical graduates.
                          5- The needs of the local, regional and global labor market.
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