EMMS Research 2012-2013 (4)

College Curriculum

Study Plan and Curriculum Structure
The curriculum of the four programs offered by CAMS (i.e., Emergency Medical Services, Respiratory Program, Clinical Laboratory Sciences, and Occupational Therapy) consists of two phases. The duration of the courses for each program is four years.

Phase I:Pre-Professional(Preparatory Four Semesters, which are offered to all health science colleges).
Students from all Health Science Colleges attend the first three semesters together. The students are offered intensive English language courses throughout these semesters to strengthen their English language. This will enable them to communicate fluently, as English is the instructional language while studying the professional courses.

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Quality Assurance and Academic Accreditation

Mission:
The QAAA unit in College of Applied Medical Sciences aims to apply an internal quality assurance system throughout the college to increase performance sufficiency according to the certified quality standers by developing the skills of faculty and staff at the college which will eventually achieve the university goals.

Vision:
The vision of QAAA unit at College of Applied Medical Sciences is to fulfil an unequal excellence in academic performance among all kingdoms’ colleges by achieving continuous development and obtaining academic accreditation for all programs in the college.

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 Research Papers

  • Alanazi AF. Pediatric Emergency Medical Services and their drawbacks. J Emerg Trauma Shock. 2012
  • Al Anazi AF, Al Mutairi M, Al Abdatd A. Emergency Medical Sciences in Saudi Arabia: A study of the significance of Paramedics and their experiences on barriers as inhibitors of their efficiency. International Journal of Apptded and Basic Medical Research.
  • Al Anazi AF. Curriculum design of Emergency Medical Services program at the College of Apptded Medical Sciences, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences. Advances in Medical Education and Practice. 2012; 2012:7-18.
  • Al Anazi AF, Hajj 2011: A Unique Learning Experience for Final Year Emergency Medical Services Student. WJMS 2012.
  • Community awareness about cardiopulmonary resuscitation among secondary school students in Riyadh, World Journal of Medical Sciences 8 (3): 186-189, 2013. Abdullah Alanazi, Bin Hotan, M. Alqahtani, H.Alhalyahab, A. Alanazi and Al-oraibi, Saleh.