Sexually transmitted diseases and Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection, AIDS and its opportunistic infections, epidemiology, pathogens, pathogenesis, pathology, clinical manifestations, management, prevention and control.
Producing highly qualified physicians that manage tropical diseases with morality and ethics in both theory and practice, have ethical and professional ethics. Responsibility for society and environment.
• Demonstrate the etiology, pathophysiology, microbiology, clinical signs and symp-toms, management and prevention of sexually transmitted disease and HIV infection.
• Apply in practice with holistic approach
At the end of the course, the students should be able to
CLO1: Describe clinical features of HIV infection, opportunistic infections in HIV patients and sexually transmitted diseases.
CLO2: Identify pathophysiology and diagnosis HIV infection and sexually transmitted dis-eases with proper investigation
CLO3: Describe management, prevention and control of sexual transmitted disease and HIV disease with holistic process