Doctor of Medicine
Duration: 36 Months (3 Years)
Degree Awarded: Bachelor
As a Medical student in the fourth year of study I have passed the basic stage and now began a new stage somewhat / the clinical stage ,I can pay tribute to the telegraphic style and kindness deal that I found from the college administration , we are in constant contact with them and they are seeking always to understand our problems and involve us to find solutions appropriate for us as students within the common interest and do not hesitate to change some of their decisions in line with the our suggestions . As for the clinical stage and the nature of permanence, no doubt we have found difficulties in the beginning as a new stage system and new life. But thanks to the joint efforts of the college and of our colleagues of us , we were able to cope and we felt that this system achieves our interest in the first place.
One of the most things I like in my Faculty is its serious concern to provide the best. It always seeks to know students opinions about its performance through regular meetings with students representatives (even though the excellent academic level it provides), and it’s always ready to change its policies and rules according to students’ feedback if it found to be suitable or improves the performance. The Faculty keeps efficiently communicating with students, which is something that I really loved. There are representatives for each year who contact with the administration to discuss issues and problems students face. Faculty also require proposals for solutions to these problems which means students share the role of decision making. Several proposals where applied which is outstanding!
When I graduated high school and was accepted to study medicine at AN-Najah National University, I was very excited and all what I had in my mind was about helping others and relieving patient’s pain. At the beginning of the first semester I felt very confused and scared of the new situation that I found myself in but before the semester ended, all the feelings of fear were converted to strength and a power of well to be. My experience as a student had the biggest influence on the person who I am today. Me, full of passion, strength, and the desire to change About some of the general things that I would like to talk about, is the teaching team of doctors that we have at the faculty.
With all confidence and pride I can say that after few years I will be graduated from Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at An-Najah National University (after Gods will), As it is the college that provided me with everything I needed to be what I am today: a student in the fourth year of his path in the clinical life, developing every day and getting closer to achieve his dream of becoming a doctor who draws smile of relief over the face of anyone who needs it .
Personally speaking, taking patients histories, performing physical examination and cases discussions under doctors and instructors supervision were the cornerstones in the process of acquiring clinical skills and knowledge in addition to reading text books or other references. The most important motives to learn clinical sciences are the strong determination, plus the presence of good learning environment and continuous faculty guidance and support