DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 2016/2017

VISIONS:

To be the best medical school in east Africa by 2027G.C

MISSIONS:

To provide high quality education in order to train caring, respectful and passionate medical doctors who solve the heath problem of the nation, in line with the country health polices and strategies.

VALUES 

  1. STUDENT ORIENTED LEARNING PROCESS: we believe that student are the pillar of learning process and they are the reflection of our hard work, achievements and the source of our pride.
  2. PROFESSIONALISM: every action that to be carried out should be in accordance with the rule and regulation of the university and its community.
  3. COLLABORATION: no one is superior in making of best medical school. Every staff member’s action and idea has a paramount importance. Together we make a difference.
  4. High quality education: at the end of the day our achievement should be measured against standards of  high quality education
  5. Academic freedom and accountability:
  6. Competitiveness and innovation:
  7. 7.      Proper utilization  of resource without compromising quality
  8. 8.      We strive for the accomplishment of our visions.

OBJECTIVES:

GENERAL OBJECTIVE:

To train medical doctors with high quality education  in accordance with  international medical school values to make them well skilled, highly competitive and who identify themselves with their profession and take pride by serving the people and the country.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE:

  • To play role by providing medical doctors for the country.
  • To provide high standard community service.
  • To decrease maternal and infant mortality.
  • To create job opportunity.

 

 

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Research interest

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Dr. Abdulsemed Worku

0911658074

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Dr. Zerihun Hailu

0913370282

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Dr. Abebe Dendire

0911539707

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Dr. Tesfaye Peteros

0910078723

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Dr. Wubeakal Teshome

0912391865

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Dr. Shiferawu Debela

0913191000

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Dr. Yibeltal Amsalu

0918005027

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Dr. yeshambel Kasahun

0935466281

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Dr. Sauda Rediwan

0923047013

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Dr. Tizita Tegegne

0912052020

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Dr. Fikretsion Degemu

0912242374

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Dr. Michale Hault

0913671818

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Dr. Mohammed Yenus

0913426500

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Dr. Melaku Biruk

0910882839

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Dr. Yonas Nibret

0912887899

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Dr. Samule Negash

0912421694

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Mr. Abdulewhab Jemal

0911356858

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Clinical research

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Mr. Berket Zeleke

0912493745

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Mr. Endris Ahmed

0911303609

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Mr. Yonas Wogayehu

0912157762

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Mr. Fehiz Mohammed

0913365086

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Biomedical science

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Mr. Melese Gebru

0913437636

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Mrs. Addiskidan Melkamu

0913244526

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Dr. Abdusemed Worku (MD), Lecturer and Dean, College of Medicine and Health sciences

Published Research work

Proceeding research work

  1. 1.       Unpacking the burden of global malnutrition and associated factors among under five children in Guragie zone Andamlak Dendir, Abdusemed worku, Gebremariam Hailemichae
  2. 2.       Incidences, Causes and outcomes of obstructed labor in Butajira hospital, Guragie zone, Ethiopia Ibrahim Muktar, Abdusemed Worku

Community service

Long term family planning training for middle- level health professionals

Dr. Zerihun Alemu (MD), Lecturer

Proceeding research work

  1.  Correlates of physical and sexual violence among female preparatory school students in Gurage zone

Abdulewhab Jemal (Bsc, Msc), Lecturer of Pharmacology and continued and distance education coordinator

Proceeding research work

  1. 1.       Predictors of late initiation to HIV/AIDS care in Gurage zone public health facility: Nested case control study, Teklemchael Gebru, Kifle Lentiro, Abdulewhab Jemal
  2. 2.       Antibiotic Prescribing patterns and practices in Guragie zone, Ethiopia Abdulewhab Jemal, Teklemichael Gebru

Bereket Zeleke 9Bsc, Msc), Lecturer of Pharmacology

Published research work

  1. Drug utilization review of vancomycin among Hospitalized patients in internal medicine wards of Tikur Anbesa specialized Hospital 

Key: R1 – First year on residency program

                                                    R2 – second year on residency program

                                                    Y2 – second year on Msc program         

        Medical studentasofOctober2016

  1. Preclinical year one (PC-I) with a total number of 69 students out of this 23 are females.
  2. Pre-medicine

LABORATORIES UNDER MEDICINE DEPARTMENT

  1. Anatomy laboratory with a capacity of 25 students per session.
  2. Physiology laboratory with accommodating capacity of 20 students per session
  3. Biochemistry laboratory with accommodating capacity of 20 students per session

 Number of Lecture hall:

  1. Per-medicine: 01.
  2. Preclinical one: 01.

PLAN OF DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE IN 2016/17

  1. To increase the satisfaction of students and stakeholders.
  2. Decreasing attrition rate.
  3. Accepting new medical students.
  4. Proper utilization of resources.
  5. Improving quality of education.
  6. Developing good governance.
  7. Promoting relationship within and outside of the university.
  8. Improving the way support is given when the need arise and methods of quality supervision.
  9. Upgrading the way information handled and exchange.
  10.  Planning of Multipurpose tasks.
  11. Developing academic leadership performance.
  12. Promoting and upgrading staff members.
  13. Equipping laboratories and classes with the necessary materials for high quality education.
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