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					    MAKERERE UNIVERSITY


 COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

     SCHOOL OF MEDICINE




 DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHESIA


CURRICULUM FOR THE MASTER OF
     MEDICINE (M.Med.) IN
      ANAESTHESIOLOGY




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CEB 7101 Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Research Methods (4 CU)
Course Description
The course covers epidemiology, biostatistics and research methods
Course objectives
To empower the trainee with knowledge and skill required in research
Course Out comes
Ability to employ epidemiologic, statistical knowledge
Research proposal writing
Conduction and supervision of research

Methods of Delivery
Lectures,
Tutorials,
Seminars,
Assignments in proposal writing

Methods of assessment
Candidates shall be assessed continuously
Written examination


Indicative content
●Basic epidemiological principles and methods
●Measuring health and disease
●Study designs
●Communicable diseases
● Environmental and occupational health
●Hypothesis testing
●Critical review of the literature; identification of the
●Basic statistical concepts and how their applications
●Probability
●Study design
●Sampling and sample size
●Data collection, management, analysis interpretation
● Report writing
●Ethics
●Budgeting and administration.

Teaching Staff

NAME                    QUALIFICATION             EMPLOYER      EMPLOYMENT
                                                                STATUS


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Dr. Karamagi C.         MB.Ch.B. M.Med             MAK                   Full Time
Dr. Kalyango            MB.ch.B. M.Med             MAK                   Full Time



Resources for teaching
Sir Albert Cook Library,
Main Library and departmental libraries.
 Others IT Libraries of affiliated institutions in the USA and Canada; e- learning
facilities.


Infrastructure for the course
The students shall use the following facilities in the course of their training.
Lecture rooms within the department



ANS 7102 Applied anatomy (3 CU)

Course Description
Application of anatomy in the practice of anaesthesia
Course objectives
 To equip students with sound knowledge of anatomy that is directly applicable in the
clinical practice of anaesthesia and hence enables them

Course Out comes
To competently perform specialised procedures and manoeuvres in general, loco-regional
anaesthesia and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Methods of Delivery
Lectures
Tutorials
Seminars
Practical demonstrations and hand on sessions
Journal clubs

Methods of assessment
Candidates shall be assessed continuously
 There shall be a written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and
short answer questions.
Viva voci



Indicative content


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   ●   The Nasal cavity, oral cavity and pharynx
      The larynx
      The trachea, bronchi, bronchopulmonary segments and pleural reflections
      Thoracic inlet and great vessels
      The mediastinum
      The diaphragm
      The heart and its conducting system
      The vertebral column and its contents
      Dermatomes and myotomes
      Anatomy for common venous cannulation sites
      Anatomy for common blocks
      Postoperative neuropathies


Teaching Staff

Name              Qualification                 Employer             Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                  MAK                  Full Time
                  M.Med
Wabule Agnes      MB.ch.B, M,Med                MAK                  Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas    MB.ChB, DA,                   MOH
                  M.Med
Okello M.A.N      MB,ChB, DA,                   MOH
                  M.Med
Ejoku Joseph      MBChB M.Med                   MOH
Kasumba John      MB.ChB, M.Med                 MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges      FFARCSI                       NGO


ANS 7103 Applied physiology (3 CU)

Course Description
The course focuses on physiology applied in anaesthesia, critical care and resuscitation
Course objectives

 To advance the trainees' knowledge of both normal and abnormal physiology with
emphasis on physiological responses to disease, anaesthesia and surgery.


Course Out comes
Apply the knowledge in the conduct of anaesthesia, resuscitation and critical care

Methods of Delivery
Lectures,


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Tutorials,
Seminars,
Practical demonstrations and hand on sessions,
Journal clubs

Methods of assessment
 Candidates shall be assessed continuously
 There shall be a written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and
short answer questions.
Viva voci

Indicative content
    Respiratory physiology
    Anaesthesia and respiratory function
    Cardiovascular physiology
    Regional blood flow
    Endocrinology
    Temperature control
    Metabolic response to Anaesthesia and surgery
    Haematology
    Acid base balance
    Excitable tissue physiology including muscle contraction

Teaching Staff

Name              Qualification                 Employer             Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                  MAK                  Full Time
                  M.Med
Wabule Agnes      MB.ch.B, M,Med                MAK                  Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas    MB.ChB, DA,                   MOH
                  M.Med
Okello M.A.N      MB,ChB, DA,                   MOH
                  M.Med
Ejoku Joseph      MBChB M.Med                   MOH
Kasumba John      MB.ChB, M.Med                 MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges      MB.CHB,                       NGO
                  FFARCSI


ANS 7104 Applied pharmacology (5 CU)
Course Description
The course covers important aspects of pharmacology related to anaesthesia

Course objectives


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 To enable trainees to acquire detailed knowledge of anaesthetic drugs and other drugs
commonly used in Anaesthesia as well as resuscitation since the modern practice of
Clinical Anaesthesia, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and critical care medicine are
entirely based on drugs.

Course Out comes
Ability to appropriately use drugs used in anaesthesia practice
Identify their adverse effects and their treatment

Methods of Delivery
Lectures
Tutorials
Seminars
Journal clubs

Methods of assessment

Candidates shall be assessed continuously
 Practical assessment will also include marking a logbook
 There shall be a written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and
three short answer questions.
Viva voci

Indicative content
    General pharmacology principles
    Intravenous anaesthetics
    Inhalational anaesthetics
    Muscle relaxants
    Local anaesthetics
    Drugs related to anaesthesia practice


       Teaching Staff
Name                 Qualification               Employer            Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                   MAK                 Full Time
                     M.Med
Wabule Agnes         MB.ch.B, M,Med              MAK                 Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas       MB.ChB, DA,                 MOH
                     M.Med
Okello M.A.N         MB,ChB, DA,                 MOH
                     M.Med
Ejoku Joseph         MBChB M.Med                 MOH
Kasumba John         MB.ChB, M.Med               MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges         FFARCSI                     NGO


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ANS 7201 Applied physics and clinical measurements (5 CU)

Course Description
The course covers important aspects of physics and clinical measurements

Course objectives
 To enable the trainees to understand and apply the physical principles that underlie the
functioning of anaesthetic monitoring equipment.

Course Out comes
 Apply the theoretical and practical basis of monitoring alongside the interpretation of
commonly monitored parameters.

Methods of Delivery
Lectures
Tutorials
Seminars
Journal clubs

Methods of assessment
Candidates shall be assessed continuously
 There shall be a written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and
three short answer questions.
Viva voci

Indicative content
 SI Units, atomic structure and valency
 Natural exponential function
 Flow and velocity
 Gas laws
 Diffusion, osmosis and solubility
 Vaporization and humidification
 Pressure and its measurements
 Electricity and electrical safety
 Fires and explosions
 Methods of blood gas and vapour measurements
 Biological potentials
 Cardiac output measurement
 Volume and flow measurements
 Vapourizer design
 Breathing and scavenging systems



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   Teaching Staff
Name              Qualification                   Employer            Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                    MAK                 Full Time
                  M.Med
Wabule Agnes      MB.ch.B, M,Med                  MAK                 Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas    MB.ChB, DA,                     MOH
                  M.Med
Okello M.A.N      MB,ChB, DA,                     MOH
                  M.Med
Ejoku Joseph      MBChB M.Med                     MOH
Kasumba John      MB.ChB, M.Med                   MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges      MB.CHB,                         NGO
                  FFARCSI


ANS 7102 Applied clinical chemistry and biochemistry (4 CU)
Course Description
The covers chemistry and by biochemistry applied to anaesthesia
Course objectives
 To facilitate the trainee to understand biochemical processes that are significant in
anaesthesia while underscoring the principles of function especially for analytical devices
used in Clinical Anaesthesia, resuscitation and critical care Medicine. This will mainly
engage normal metabolism, common metabolic disorders and tests used in diagnosis as
well as management of the latter:

Course Out comes
Ability to interpret data generated and apply it to intervene

Methods of Delivery
Lectures
Tutorials
Seminars
Laboratory result interpretation
Journal clubs

Methods of assessment
Candidates shall be assessed continuously
 There shall be a written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and
three short answer questions.
Viva voci

Indicative content
    Normal ranges

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      Separation analysis
      Quality control and validations
      Spectrometry and flame osmometry
      Composition of body fluids
      Enzymes
      Renal function and its tests
      Liver function and its tests
      Thyroid function and its tests



Teaching Staff
Name              Qualification                  Employer              Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                   MAK                   Full Time
                  M.Med
Wabule Agnes      MB.ch.B, M,Med                 MAK                   Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas    MB.ChB, DA,                    MOH
                  M.Med
Okello M.A.N      MB,ChB, DA,                    MOH
                  M.Med
Ejoku Joseph      MBChB M.Med                    MOH
Kasumba John      MB.ChB, M.Med                  MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges      MB.CHB,                        NGO
                  FFARCSI



ANS 7203 Anaesthesiology I (4 CU)
Course description
The course covers aspects of acquiring skill in providing safe anaesthesia
Course objectives
 To equip the trainee with the general principles governing the safe administration of
anaesthesia to uphold patient’s rights during practice whilst ensuring delivery of a quality
anaesthesia service.
Course Out comes
Ability to provide safe anaesthesia

Methods of Delivery

Lectures
Tutorials
Seminars
Practical demonstrations and hand on sessions,
Journal clubs
Morbidity/ mortality meetings as well as pre operative and postoperative meetings.

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Operating theatres

Methods of assessment
Candidates shall be assessed continuously
 Practical assessment will also include marking a logbook
Written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and short answer
questions
OSCE


Indicative content
    Preoperative evaluation and patient preparation
    Airway management
    Anaesthetic techniques
    Monitoring during anaesthesia
    Positioning during anaesthesia
    Anaesthetic equipment and instruments
    History of anaesthesia
    Fluid therapy
    Anaesthesia for surgical emergencies
    Anaesthesia and medical conditions
    Teaching Staff
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Name                Qualification           Employer               Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,              MAK                    Full Time
                    M.Med
Wabule Agnes        MB.ch.B, M,Med          MAK                    Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas      MB.ChB, DA,             MOH
                    M.Med
Okello M.A.N        MB,ChB, DA,             MOH
                    M.Med
Ejoku Joseph        MBChB M.Med             MOH
Kasumba John        MB.ChB, M.Med           MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges        MB.CHB,                 NGO
                    FFARCSI




HSM 7301: Health systems management (5 C.U)
Course Description
The course covers Health Policy, Planning and Management
Course objectives



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To equip participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to plan, manage
and evaluate health systems

Course Out comes
a) Outline the health policy and system context of health care management,
b) Lead the process of preparation of strategic and operational plans for their
organizations,
c) Effectively work with and supervise other health workers, including the process of
continuing medical education, in order to ensure a dedicated and motivated cadre of staff
for delivery of health care,
d) Manage systems to efficiently utilize scarce material resources for effective health care
delivery,
e) Carry out basic financial management and,
f) Collect and use information for management decision-making

Methods of Delivery

Teaching will involve the following
Lectures
Tutorials
Seminars
Methods of assessment
Candidates shall be assessed continuously
Project
Written examination paper

Indicative content
●Concepts in health policy, planning and management.
●Management of personnel in a health care organisation.
●Introduction to concepts in health economics and financial management.
●Management of materials
●Information systems and basic performance indicators.
●Medico-legal aspects of health care management and regulation.



ANS 7302 Surgery for the Anaesthetist (2 CU)

Course Description
The course covers common surgical conditions
Course objectives

To enable the trainee understand and relate the principles of operative surgery to the
practice of anaesthesia

Course Out comes


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Surgical skills acquisition relevant to the practice of anaesthesia
Ability to diagnose surgical conditions

Methods of Delivery
Lectures, Tutorials, Seminars, practical demonstrations and hands on sessions, journal
clubs, morbidity mortality meetings as well as pre operative and post operative meetings.
Outpatient clinics
Operating theatres


Methods of assessment
Candidates shall be assessed continuously
. Written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and three short answer
questions
  OSCE

Indicative content:
    physiological effects of surgery,
    stress response to surgery,
    the common surgical conditions and their management under various conditions
    Tropical surgery and surgery in difficult environment. This will entail familiarity
       with surgical techniques and organisation of operative services.

Staff

Name                  Qualification                    Employer       Employement Status
Mr. Kagwa Sam         MB.ChB, M.Med, FCS               MAK            Full Time
Mr. Gakwaya           MB.ChB, M.Med, FCS               MOH            Full Time
Anthony
Mr. Upoki Alex        MB.ChB, M.Med, FCS               MOH
Mr. Mutumba Sam       MB.ChB, M.Med, FCS               MOH            Full Time
Mr. Masiira           MB.chB. M.Med, FCS               MOH            Full Time
Mukasa
Ms. Fualal Jane       MB.chB. M.Med, FCS               MOH            Full Time
Mr. Bakame            MB.chB, M. Med                                  Full Time
Domnic
Mr. Robert            MBCh.B M.Med FCS                 MOH            Full Time
Sentongo
Mr. Mwambu Tom        MBCh.B, M.Med FCS                MOH            Full Time
Mr. Omagino John      MBCh. B, M.Med FCS               MOH            Full Time
Ms. Male Birabwa      MBCh.B, M.Med FCS                MOH            Full Time
Muhumuza              MBCh.B MSc                       MOH            Full Time
Michael




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ANS 8101 Medicine for the Anaesthetist (5 CU)
Course Description
Common medical conditions seen in the surgical patient

Course objectives
 To acquire knowledge and skills essential in the practice of Internal Medicine that will
enhance the practice of anaesthesia and intensive care medicine.

Course Out comes
High clinical acumen
High degree of diagnostic ability

Methods of Delivery

Lectures
Tutorials
Seminars clinical demonstrations and hands on sessions
Journal clubs
Morbidity/ mortality meetings.
Post mortem, ward and grand rounds
Outpatient clinics

Methods of assessment

Candidates shall be assessed continuously
Written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and short answer
questions.
 The clinical examinations
OSCE


Indicative content
    Tropical diseases
    Interpretation of radiological Investigations
    Systemic disorders
    Cardiovascular
    Respiratory
    Renal
    Hepatic
    Gastro Intestinal
    Haematologic
    Endocrine.
    Infectious diseases

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      Disturbance of metabolism
      Disorders of body fluids and electrolytes
      Changes in body temperature
      Mental disorder

Staff
Name              Qualification                   Employer             Employment Status
Mayanja           MBCH.B, M.Med,                  MAK                  Full Time
Harriet           FRCA
Kamya M           MBChB, M.Med                    MAK                  Full Time
Byarugaba B       MBCh.B, M.Med                   MOH                  Full Time
Otim M.A          MBch.B M.Med,                   MAK                  Full Time
                  FRCP,MD
Matovu S          MBCh.B M.Med                    MOH                  Full Time
Opio Kenneth      MBCh.B, M.Med                   MOH                  Full time
Okot N            MBCh.B, M.Med                   MOH                  Full Time
Kagimu Majid      MBchB, M.Med                    MAK                  Full Time
Orem Jackson      MBCh.B, M.Med                   MOH                  Full Time



ANS 8102 Anaesthesiology II (4 CU)
Course Description
General surgical conditions, co-morbid conditions and resuscitation
Course objectives
 To equip the trainee with knowledge and skills essential in the management of
anaesthesia and resuscitation. This advancement will be in the areas of anaesthesia for
general surgery, emergency medicine and resuscitation.

Course Out comes
Competence in managing co-morbid conditions in a surgical patient
Skills in resuscitation

Methods of Delivery
Lectures, Tutorials, Seminars, practical demonstrations and hands on sessions, journal
clubs, morbidity mortality meetings as well as pre operative and post operative meetings.
Operating theatres




Methods of assessment

Candidates shall be assessed continuously on the basis of tests, tutorials, seminars,
practical and morbidity mortality meetings and journal clubs.

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 Practical assessment will also include marking a logbook, which every student is
expected to fill during the course. There shall be the one three hour written examination
paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and short answer questions
OSCE
The oral examination

Indicative Content
    Anaesthesia for general Surgery
    Anaesthesia and malnutrition
    Emergency medicine an Resuscitation
    CPR

Teaching Staff
Name              Qualification                  Employer             Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                   MAK                  Full Time
                  M.Med
Wabule Agnes      MB.ch.B, M,Med                 MAK                  Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas    MB.ChB, DA,                    MOH
                  M.Med
Okello M.A.N      MB,ChB, DA,                    MOH
                  M.Med
Ejoku Joseph      MBChB M.Med                    MOH
Kasumba John      MB.ChB, M.Med                  MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges      MB.CHB,                        NGO
                  FFARCSI



ANS 8202 Intensive care Medicine I (5 CU)
Course Description
Organisation and management of ICU and care of the critically ill

Course objectives
The objective of this course is to equip the student with knowledge and skills in
managing the critically ill patient alongside learning how to organise and manage an
Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

Course Out comes
Knowledge and skills in planning ICU and, managing the critically ill patient


Methods of Delivery

Teaching will involve the following


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Lectures, Tutorials, Seminars, practical demonstrations and hands on sessions, journal
clubs, morbidity mortality meetings as well as pre operative and post operative meetings.

Methods of assessment

Candidates shall be assessed continuously
written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and short answer
OSCE
Oral examination

Indicative content
    Organisation and management
    The critical illness
    Metabolic homeostasis
    Coagulation failure
    Cardiovascular disorders
    Respiratory failure
    Chest Trauma

Teaching Staff: -
Name              Qualification                   Employer             Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                    MAK                  Full Time
                  M.Med
Wabule Agnes      MB.ch.B, M,Med                  MAK                  Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas    MB.ChB, DA,                     MOH
                  M.Med
Okello M.A.N      MB,ChB, DA,                     MOH
                  M.Med
Ejoku Joseph      MBChB M.Med                     MOH
Kasumba John      MB.ChB, M.Med                   MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges      MB.CHB,                         NGO
                  FFARCSI



ANS 8202 Intensive care Medicine II (5 CU)
Course Description
Various organ failure and intervention
Course objectives

To advance the students' knowledge and skills required in the practice of critical care
medicine, life support and medico-legal issues

Course Out comes
Skills in identifying life threatening conditions, interventional support and its withdrawal.

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Methods of Delivery

Lectures, Tutorials, Seminars, practical demonstrations and hands on sessions on the
ward, journal clubs, morbidity mortality meetings as well as pre operative and post
operative meetings.

Methods of assessment
Candidates shall be assessed continuously
 Practical assessment will also include marking a logbook,
 Written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and short answer
questions.
OSCE
 Oral examination


Indicative content
    Renal failure
    Dialytic therapies
    Neurological disorders
    Acute gastro intestinal disorders
   ● Infections:
    Post operative care
    For major surgery
    Multiple Organ failure
    Legal and ethical aspects
    Brain stem death
    Care of the dying patient (Hospice)
    Organ harvest


Teaching Staff: -
Name              Qualification                 Employer            Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                  MAK                 Full Time
                  M.Med
Wabule Agnes      MB.ch.B, M,Med                MAK                 Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas    MB.ChB, DA,                   MOH
                  M.Med
Okello M.A.N      MB,ChB, DA,                   MOH
                  M.Med
Ejoku Joseph      MBChB M.Med                   MOH
Kasumba John      MB.ChB, M.Med                 MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges      MB.CHB,                       NGO
                  FFARCSI


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ANS 8203 Anaesthesiology III (5 CU)
Course Description
Anaesthesia for surgical specials
Course objectives
The objective of this course is to enable the trainee acquire competence in the
management of anaesthesia for specialised operations

Course Out comes
Skills, knowledge and ability to administer tailor made anaesthesia

Methods of Delivery
Lectures,
 Tutorials, Seminars,
 Practical demonstrations and hands on sessions,
Journal clubs, morbidity mortality meetings as well as pre operative and post operative
meetings.
Operating theatres

Methods of assessment

Candidates shall be assessed continuously
Practical assessment will also include marking a logbook
 written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and short answer
questions
 The clinical examinations shall be objective structured clinical examination(OSCE)
 oral examination




Indicative Content
    Anaesthesia for surgical specials

Teaching staff: -

Name              Qualification                  Employer             Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                   MAK                  Full Time
                  M.Med
Wabule Agnes      MB.ch.B, M,Med                 MAK                  Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas    MB.ChB, DA,                    MOH
                  M.Med
Okello M.A.N      MB,ChB, DA,                    MOH
                  M.Med

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Ejoku Joseph           MBChB M.Med              MOH
Kasumba John           MB.ChB, M.Med            MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges           MB.CHB,                  NGO
                       FFARCSI


ANS 8301 Chronic pain (4 CU)
Course Description
Acute and chronic pain
Course objectives
To equip students with knowledge and skills in management of acute and chronic pain.

Course Out comes
Ability to diagnose, categorise and manage pain

Methods of Delivery
Lectures, Tutorials, Seminars, practical demonstrations and hands on sessions, journal
clubs, morbidity mortality meetings as well as pre operative and post operative meetings.


Methods of assessment

Candidates shall be assessed continuously
 Written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and short answer
questions
oral examination
Indicative Content
     Acute pain
     Chronic pain




Teaching staff
Name              Qualification                 Employer             Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                  MAK                  Full Time
                  M.Med
Wabule Agnes      MB.ch.B, M,Med                MAK                  Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas    MB.ChB, DA,                   MOH
                  M.Med
Okello M.A.N      MB,ChB, DA,                   MOH
                  M.Med
Ejoku Joseph      MBChB M.Med                   MOH
Kasumba John      MB.ChB, M.Med                 MOH

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Mark
Sarah Hodges          MB.CHB,                   NGO
                      FFARCSI




ANS 8401 Anaesthesiology IV (5 CU)
Course Description
Emergency and disaster medicine
Course objectives
To give the student knowledge and practical skills for emergency and disaster Medicine.



Course Out comes
Ability to manage emergencies and disasters

Methods of Delivery
Lectures
Tutorials
 Seminars
Practical demonstrations and hands on sessions,
Journal clubs, morbidity mortality meetings
Pre operative and post operative meetings.

Methods of assessment
Candidates shall be assessed continuously
 Practical assessment will also include marking a logbook
 Written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and short answer
questions and OSCE
 oral examination

Indicative Content
    Primary trauma care and ATLS
    Disaster medicine
    Setting up an Ambulance service

Teaching Staff
Name              Qualification                 Employer            Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                  MAK                 Full Time
                  M.Med
Wabule Agnes      MB.ch.B, M,Med                MAK                 Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas    MB.ChB, DA,                   MOH
                  M.Med
Okello M.A.N      MB,ChB, DA,                   MOH

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                       M.Med
Ejoku Joseph           MBChB M.Med               MOH
Kasumba John           MB.ChB, M.Med             MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges           MB.CHB,                   NGO
                       FFARCSI



ANS 8501 INTEGRATED ANAESTHESIOLOGY (5CU)


Course Description
Anaesthesia for diagnostic, interventional procedures and resource management

Course objectives
 to furnish the trainee with organizational and managerial skills in addition to knowledge
pertinent to the development of anaesthesia



Course Out comes
Skills in human resource management
Sedation for procedures

Methods of Delivery
Lectures
Tutorials
Seminars
Practical demonstrations and hands on sessions,
Journal clubs
Morbidity mortality meetings
Pre operative and post operative meetings.


Methods of assessment

Candidates shall be assessed continuously
Practical assessment will include marking a logbook
Written examination paper that shall consist of MCQ, structured and short answer
questions
OSCE
 oral examination

Indicative Content
    Organisation of anaesthetic services

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       Anaesthesia and monitored sedation


Teaching Staff : -
Name               Qualification                         Employer   Employment status
Tindimwebwa J.V.B MB.ch.B, DA,                           MAK        Full Time
                   M.Med
Wabule Agnes       MB.ch.B, M,Med                        MAK        Full Time
Mijumbi Cephas     MB.ChB, DA,                           MOH
                   M.Med
Okello M.A.N       MB,ChB, DA,                           MOH
                   M.Med
Ejoku Joseph       MBChB M.Med                           MOH
Kasumba John       MB.ChB, M.Med                         MOH
Mark
Sarah Hodges       MB.CHB,                               NGO
                   FFARCSI




Investigative procedures:
                            Invasive and non-invasive
Therapeutic procedures:


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                          Radiotherapy
                          Interventional cardiology
                          Modified ECT
Ambulatory surgery
Dental anaesthesia
Medico-legal issues in anaesthesia




8.0     APPENDIX IA: BUDGET

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8.1     Income: -
                           Ugandan students
                                                                                        (Ush)

                           Tuition fee                                          =        1,757,000
                           Examination fee                                      =          120,000
                           Number of students (Intake per year)                 =       6
                           Total income                                         =       10,662,000

        Foreign students
                                                                                        (US$)

                           Tuition fee                                          =       2,880
                           Examination fee                                      =         200

8.2     Expenditure: -
                Vote 1021:         (i) Teaching & administration - covered by Staff
                                        Salary scheme
                                   (ii) Examinations: -

                                   External Examiner: -
                                   Air ticket                 =         1,500,000
                                   Accommodation              =           500,000
                                   Honorarium, local
                                   Transport, incidentals &
                                   Entertainment              =          700,000


Internal Examiners – covered by staff salary scheme

Vote 2010:       Office tea & entertainment           =       400,000
Vote 3030:       Material supplies/office expenses: -

Duplicating paper 10 reams                   @5,000/=                 = 50,000
Photocopying paper 15 reams                  @7,500/=                 = 112,500
Typing paper 10 reams                        @6,000/=                 = 60,000
Ruled paper 15 reams                         @7,500/=                 = 112,500
Manila paper 12 dozens                       @12,000/=                = 144,000
Stencils 5 boxes                             @10.000/=                = 50,000
Assorted envelopes                                                    = 20,000
Chalk 6 boxes                                @4,000/=                 = 24,000
Correction fluid 8 boxes                     @4,000/=                 = 32,000
Ball pens 4 packets                          @6,000/=                 = 24,000
Printer ribbons 10                           @12,000/=                = 120,000
Computer paper 4 boxes                       @50,000/=                = 200,000
                                                              Subtotal=4,249,000

Vote 6060:       Book bank                                              =1,200,000
Vote 7011:       Departmental meetings 14 @10,000                               = 160,000
                                                              Total             = 5,609,000
                           Miscellaneous (10%)                                      560,000
                                                       Grand total                6,169,900




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APPENDIX 1B BUDGET (HEALTH SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT)

Income:

Tuition fees:
Number of students                                                                   100
Number weeks                                                                         4
Amount payable per week per student                                                  15,000

Total                                                                                6,000,000

Less 10% overhead to the MUIPH                                                       600.000
Total income to the course                                                           5,400,000

Expenditure
a) Teaching
Contact hours                         Total Hours                 Rate               Amount
Lectures/tutorials                    36                          40,000             1,440,000
Practicals/Field work                 48                          40,000             1,920,000
Sub-total                                                                            3,360,000
b) Examinations
Invigilation and Marking              10                          50,000             500,000
Sub-Total                                                                            500,000

c) Administration
Course co-ordinator                   10                           50,000 500,000
Secretary                               6                          25,000 150,000
Miscellaneous (lump sum)
Sub-Total                                                                            750,000

Total expenditure for the Programme (a +b + c)                                        4,610,000
Notes:
Net income to the department (Fees minus expenditure Shs.5,400,000-3,360,000)= 790,000 surplus.
In short the course can be self sufficient if paid for by all participants using current university tuition rates.
The weekly payment is calculated on the basis that fees for one semester of 15 weeks is 600,000/= It is
estimated that students will spend up to 50% of the course time in their parent department for clinical duties
during which they will also do their practical and assignments.




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9:0     APPENDIX II TEACHING STAFF
9.10    Core Staff (Lecturers): -
        Dr. Tindimwebwa J. V. B    Lecturer MB.ChB, DA, M.Med
        Dr. Wabule Agnes           Lecturer MB.ch.B, M.Med
9.20    Honorary Lecturers: -
        Dr. Mijumbi C.             Senior Consultant, MB.ChB, DA, M.Med
        Dr.Okello M.A.N            Consultant, MB.ChB, DA, M.Med
        Dr. Joseph Ejoku           Consultant, MBChB, M.Med
        Dr. Mark Kasumba           Medical Officer Special Grade MB.ChB, M.Med
9.30    Service Staff
        Dr. Sarah Hodges           Consultant
9.31    Department of Medicine: -
        Prof. Mayanja H.           Prof MBChB, M.Med/Head MB.chB, FRCA
        Dr. Kamya M.                        Ass. Prof, MB.ChB, M.Med
        Dr.B.Byarugaba              Senior Consultant MB.ChB M.Med
        Prof. Otim M. A.           Professor, MB.ChB, M.Med, FRCP, MD
        Dr. Kagimu Majid                    Senior Lecturer, MB.ChB, M.Med
        Dr. Ssekasanvu             Consultant MB.ChB, M.Med
        Dr.Masembe                          Consultant MB.ChB,M.Med
        Dr. Jackson Orem                    Consultant, MB.ChB, M.Med
9.32    Department of Surgery: -
        Mr. Kaggwa S.              Senior Lecturer, MB.ChB, M.Med/
                                            Head-Department
        Mr.Gakwaya G.              Senior Consultant, MB.ChB, M.Med
        Mr.Upoki                            Senior Consultant, MB.ChB, M.Med
        Mr. Mutumba S.             Consultant, MB.ChB, M.Med
        Mr. Masiira Mukasa                  Senior Consultant MB.chB. M.Med
        Ms. Fualal Jane            Consultant, MB.ChB, M.Med
        Mr. Bakame Domnic                   Consultant MB.ch.B M.Med
9.33    Institute of Public Health
        Dr. Olico-Okui                      Lecturer
        Dr.S.O Baine                        Lecture
        Dr. Freddie Ssengooba               Assistant Lecturer
        Dr. Virgil Onama                    Research Fellow
        Dr. G.W. Pariyo                     Senior Lecturer and Head
        Dr. Edward Khiwa-Kiwuwa             Visiting Professor
Other resource persons
        Dr. Sam A. Okuonzi                  Health policy Analysis Unit/National Council for
        Children
        Dr. Henry Mwebesa                   Asst. Commissioner, Quality Assurance Programme
        Mr.Charles Matsiko                  Senior Planner, MOH Planning Dept
        Mr Charles Twino-Mugisha            Commissioner Health Science, Mulago Hospital

9.34   Epidemiology Unit
       Dr. Karamagi C.                        Ass. Prof. MB.Ch.B, M.Med
       Dr. Kalyango                                    Senior Lecturer MB




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