2- Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs):

      2.a. Knowledge and understanding:

          By the end of the course, students should be able to:

2.a.1.Identify the main endocrine glands.

2.a.2.Describe hormones and mechanism of  its action.

2.a.3.List the hormones secreted by different glands .

2.a.4.Enumerate themanifestations and causes of disturbances of different hormones secretion such as  hyperthyroidism, myxedema, ,dwarfism,gigantism, cushing, etc…….

2.a.5. Mention the role of hormones in blood glucose regulation, calcium homeostasis and hormones of the male and female

2.a.6.Define  endocrine gland, hormones, calcium homeostasis etc…..

2.a.7.Explain the underlying causes of hormone disturbances.

2.b. Practical and Skills

    By the end of the course, students should be able to:

2.b.1.Observe hypothyroid manifestation.

2.b.2.Identfy manifestations of tetany and how to diagnose it.

2.b.3.Interpret manifestation of growth hormone disorders.

2.b.4. Comment on pregnancy test.

2.c. Professional Attitude and Behavioral kills:

    By the end of the course, students should be able to:

2.c.1. Reflect a good behavior when facing stressful condition example: oral exams and this is done by continuous discussion throughout the year in the practical lessons and also the written exams and this is done by continuous assessment throughout the year.

  2.c.2. Demonstrate good relations with colleague:     

                 Through dividing the students into small groups sharing the same experiment in practical lessons

2.c.3. Demonstrate respect and work effectively as a member or a leader of a team and reflect effective interpersonal relationship to communicate ideas and arguments.

2.c.4. Demonstrate respect to superiors and establish a good student- teacher relationship.

2.d. Communication skills:

    By the end of the course the graduate will be able to:

2.d.1. Communicate clearly and effectively with colleagues.

2.d.2. Establish trial for a good presentation in front of his colleagues during scientific discussions.

2.d.3. Communicate effectively with individuals regardless of their social, cultural, ethnic backgrounds, or their disabilities.

2.d.4. Cope up with difficult situations as oral exams and this is done by continuous assessment through practical lessons.

2.d.5. Respect all his colleagues and supervisors.

2.e. Intellectual Skills:

    By the end of the course, students should be able to:

2.e.1. analyze different mechanisms for regulation of hormones.

2.e.2. Solve medical problems related to different glands.

2.f. General and transferable Skills:

   By the end of the course, students should be able to:

2.f.1.Use the sources of biomedical information and communication technology to remain current with advances in knowledge and practice.

2.f.2.Retrieve, manage, and manipulate information by all means, including electronic means.

2.f.3.Present information clearly in written, electronic and oral forms.