Vision and Mission
Kulliyyah of Medicine aims to become a leading centre of educational excellence which seeks to nurture the dynamic and progressive role of physicians for the ummah.
Towards actualizing the kulliyyah’s vision, our missions are:
- To acquire and propagate the medical knowledge and skill in the spirit of tauhid (faith).
- To nurture balanced staff and students integrating the qualities of faith (iman), knowledge (‘ilm), and good character (akhlaq).
- To foster culture that instils commitment for sustainable development, life-long learning and a deep sense of social responsibility for all mankind.
The paediatric posting addresses issues unique to childhood and adolescence by focusing on human developmental biology, and by emphasizing the impact of family, community and society on child health and well-being.
Additionally, the posting focuses on the impact of disease and its treatment on the developing human, and emphasizes growth and development, principles of health supervision and recognition of common health problems.
The role of the paediatrician in prevention of disease and injury and the importance of collaboration between the paediatrician and other health professionals is stressed. As one of the core disciplines during the clinical year of the medical school, paediatrics shares a common responsibility with internal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, psychiatry, surgery and other disciplines to teach the knowledge, skills and attitudes basic to the development of a competent general physician.
The paediatric posting experience introduces the student to a unique, complex and challenging field of medicine. It emphasizes those aspects of general paediatrics important for all medical students, and will provide a foundation for students who elect to further study the healthcare of infants, children and adolescents.
MBBS 3409 & MBBS 5407
The courses addresses issues unique to childhood and adolescence by focusing on human developmental biology, and by emphasising the impact of family, community and society on child health. Additionally, the course focuses on the impact of disease and its treatment on the developing human, and emphasises growth and development, principles of health supervision and recognition of common health problems in the community.
The experience gained in the course introduces the student to a unique, complex and challenging field of medicine. It emphasises those aspects of general paediatrics important for all medical students and will provide a foundation for those students who elect to further study on the health care of infants, children and adolescents. In order to materialise the department objectives, paediatric curriculum is designed as such that the objectives will be implemented and applied in each of the posting programme. It emphasises active participation of lecturers and students. The lecturer will be the resource person and facilitator in executing the designated programme.
Assoc. Prof. Dato' Dr. Ahmad Fadzil Bin Abdullah
Head of Department, Professor
Dr. Mossad Abdelhak Shaban Mohamed
Dr. Syed Abdul Khaliq Bin Syed Abd. Hamid
Dr. Taufiq Hidayat Hasan
Dr. Asrar bin Abu Bakar
Dr. Muhamad Azamin bin Anuar
Dr. Muhd Alwi Bin Muhd Helmi
Zulaiha Binti Mohamed Yusop
Wan Nurul Najwa Binti Wan Mohd Azmi
ASSISTANT SCIENCE OFFICER
Farah Syahirah Binti Mohd Fauzi
Administrative Assistant (Clerical/Operation)
Department of Paediatrics,
Level 5, Kulliyyah of Medicine,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Bandar Indera Mahkota,
25200 Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur
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