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1.
Name of Course
Orthopaedics
2.
Course Code
MM406
3.
Name(s) of academic staff
Associate Professor Dr. Kyin Htwe
Assistant Professor Dr. Thit Lwin
Assistant Professor Dr. Phone Myint Htoo
4.
Rationale for the inclusion of the course in the programme
This module is included in Year 4 MD Programme to provide an experience in
diagnosing and managing common orthopaedic diseases and disorders of
various age groups.
5.
Year offered
Year 4
6.
Student Learning Time (SLT)

7.
Credit Value
8.
Prerequisite (if any)
A pass in Year 3
9.
Learning outcomes
At the end of the course, each student should be able to:
1. Demonstrate the skill to take comprehensive orthopaedic history, perform
systematic physical examination and interpret common investigations.
(P4, PLO1, PLO2, PLO4)
2. Make a diagnosis and a list of differential diagnoses based on clinical
findings in history, physical examination and investigation results. (C4,
PLO3)
3. Outline management of common orthopaedic diseases and disorders.
(C4, PLO3)
4. Outline promotive and preventive aspects of common orthopaedic
diseases and disorders. (A4, PLO5)
5. Demonstrate the skill to communicate with the patient and relatives in
ethical and professional manner. (A4, PLO4, PLO5, PLO6)
10.
Transferable Skills:
- Thinking and scientific skill
- Communication skills
- Ethics
- Professionalism
11.
Teaching-learning and assessment strategy

PLO Teaching Learning Activities Type of Assessment


Knowledge Lecture Written Exam
Seminar (MCQ)
Practical Skills Skill Lab Clinical Exam
Bedside Teaching (OSCE, Short Case)
Thinking and Scientific Skills Seminar Written Exam
Bedside Teaching (MCQ)
Clinical Exam
(OSCE, Short Case)
Communication Skills Bedside Teaching Clinical Exam
(OSCE, Short Case)
Value, Ethics, Moral and Lecture Log Book
Professionalism Seminar Clinical Exam
Bedside Teaching (OSCE, Short Case)

12.
Synopsis
The course covers common orthopaedic diseases and disorders that include
congenital and acquired conditions, their epidemiology, aetiology,
pathophysiology, clinical features, investigations and management. It also covers
preventive and promotive aspects of these conditions if relevant.
13.
Mode of Delivery
- Lecture
- Seminar
- Skill Lab
- Clinical Session (Ward Rounds, Bedside Teaching, OT, POP Room and
Night oncall)

14.
Assessment Methods and Types
Continuous Assessment
Type of Assessment Assessment Method Marks Given
Classwork 40
Procedures 8
Case Write-up 8
Seminar Presentation 8
Clerking & Case Presentation 8
Ethics, Attitude & Professionalism 8
End-of-Posting Examination 60
10 MCQ T/F 10
10 SBA 10
1 MEQ 10
2 OSCE 10
1 Long Case 15
1 Short case 5
Pass mark = 50 ( Student must achieve 50% from Class work and EOP exam separately)

15.
Mapping of the Course Learning Outcomes to the Programme Educational
Objectives
PEO1 PEO2 PEO3 PEO4 PEO5
CLO1
CLO2
CLO3
CLO4
CLO5

16.
Mapping of the Course Learning Outcomes to the Program me Learning
Outcomes
PLO1 PLO2 PLO3 PLO4 PLO5 PLO6 PLO7 PLO8 PLO9
CLO1
CLO2
CLO3
CLO4
Topic Face-to- face Independent Total SLT
CLO5 Learning

1 Diagnosis in orthopaedics 3 3 6
2 Principles of fractures 3 3 6
3 Open fracture and external fixation 3 3 6
4 Injuries of the upper limb 1 & 2 6 6 12 17.
5 Injuries of the lower limb 1, 2 & 3 9 9 18 Content outline
6 Injuries of the spine 3 3 6 of the course
7 Problem of spine 3 3 6
and the SLT
8 Arthritis 3 3 6
per topic
9 Infection1 & 2 6 6 12
10 Diabetic foot and amputation 3 3 6
11 The hip 3 3 6 *Clinical session = Skill
12 Soft tissue problems 3 3 6
13 Tumours 3 3 6
14 Metabolic and endocrine disorders 3 3 6
15 Peripheral nerve lesions 3 3 6
16 Paediatric orthopaedic problems 3 3 6
Total 60 60 120
Lab + Bedside Teaching + Clinic + OT

TOTAL GUIDED AND INDEPENDENT LEARNING Face to Independent


Face Learning
Lecture 6 6
Seminar 54 54
Skill Lab 12 -
Clinical session 169.5 -
Ward Work 125 -
Night Duty - 100
Case Write-up - 6
CME/CCC 13 -
DSL - 18
End-of-Posting Exam 2.5 5
Total 382 189
Total Student Learning Time 571

18.
Main references supporting the course
1. Douglas, G.,Nicol.F.,Robertson. C.(2009).Macleods Clinical Examination
(12th ed.). Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier.
2. Solomon, L., Warwick, D. & Nayagan, S. (2010). Apleys system of
orthopaedics and fractures (9th ed.). London, UK: Hodder Arnold.

Additional references supporting the course


1. Bucholz, R.W., et al. (Eds.) (2010). Rockwood and Greens fractures in
adults (7th ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
2. Clinical guidance on management of Osteoporosis 2012, Malaysian
Osteoporosis Society. MOH/P/PAK/240.12(CU).
3. Dandy, D. J., Edwards, D. J. (2009). Essential Orthopaedics and Trauma
(5th ed.). Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier.
4. Edmonds, M. E., Foster, A. V. M. (2014). Managing the Diabetic foot. (3 rd
ed.), Wiley-Blackwell, UK.
5. Hamblen, D. L., Hamish, A., Simpson, R. W. (2010). ADAMS Outline of
Orthopaedics. (14th ed.), Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier.
6. Katsilambros, N., Dounis, E., Makrilakis. K., Tentolouris, N., Tsapogas, P.
(2010). Atals of Diabetic Foot. (2nd ed.), Wiley-Blackwell, UK.
7. Management of Osteoarthritis. Quick reference (2 nd ed.). 2014 Ministry of
Health Malaysia & Malaysian Society of Rheumatology & Academic
Mediine, Malaysia.
8. Rockall, A., Hatrick, A., Armstrong, P.,Wastie, M.(2013). Diagnostic
Imaging(7th ed.). Wiley- Blackwell, UK.
9. Russell, S.M.(2006). Examination of peripheral nerve injuries: An
anatomical approach. New York: Thieme.
19.
Other additional information
COURSE OUTCOMES PROGRAM OUTCOMES MATRIX

COURSE CODE MM406 CENTRE OF DOCTOR OF


STUDY MEDICINE
COURSE NAME ORTHOPAEDICS 1 UPDATED BY DR. KYIN HTWE
CREDIT HOURS DATE 11 SEP 2016

COURSE LEARNING PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES TEACHING ASSESSMENT


OUTCOMES METHDOLOGY
PLO1

PLO2

PLO3

PLO4

PLO5

PLO6

PLO7

PLO8

PLO9
Demonstrate the skill to take Skill Lab Clinical Exam
comprehensive orthopaedic Clinical Teaching OSCE
history, perform systematic Long Case
physical examination and Short Case
interpret common investigations.
(P4, PLO1, PLO2, PLO4)
Make a diagnosis and a list of Clinical Teaching Clinical Exam
differential diagnoses based on
clinical findings in history,
physical examination and
investigation results. (C4, PLO3)
Outline management of Lecture Written Exam
common orthopaedic diseases Seminar Clinical Exam
and disorders. (C4, PLO3) Clinical Teaching
Outline promotive and Lecture Clinical Exam
preventive aspects of common Seminar
orthopaedic diseases and Clinical Teaching
disorders (A4, PLO5)
Demonstrate the skill to Clinical Teaching Log Book
communicate with the patient Written Exam
and relatives in ethical and Clinical Exam
professional manner. (A4,
PLO4, PLO5, PLO6)
OVERALL