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DOWNLOAD MODULES CLINICAL MEDICINE NTA LEVEL 5 ALL SEMISTERS

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CMT NTA LEVEL 5 MODULES

SEMESTER 1

  1. CMT05101: Clinical Pharmacology
  2. CMT05102: Internal Medicine I
  3. CMT05103: Paediatrics And Child Health I
  4. CMT05104: Obstetrics And Gynaecology I
  5. CMT05105: Health Promotion
  6. CMT05106: Counselling

                 

SEMESTER 2

  1. CMT05207: Reproductive And Child Health
  2. CMT05208: Obstetrics And Gynaecology II
  3. CMT05209: Surgery
  4. CMT05210: Internal Medicine II
  5. CMT05211:Paediatrics And Child Health II  

 

History, Background About Modules

In April 2009, a planning meeting was held at Kibaha which was followed up by a Task Force Committee meeting in June 2009 at Dodoma and developed a proposal which guided the process of the development of standardized Clinical Assistant (CA) and Clinical Officer (CO) training materials which were based on CA/CO curricula. The purpose of this process was to standardize the entire curriculum with up-to-date content which would then be provided to all Clinical Assistant and Clinical Officer Training Centers (CATCs/COTCs). The perceived benefit was that, by standardizing the quality of content and integrating interactive teaching methodologies, students would be able to learn more effectively and that the assessment of students’ learning would have more uniformity and validity across all schools.

In September 2009, MOHSW embarked on an innovative approach of developing the standardized training materials through the Writer’s Workshop (WW) model. The model included a series of three-week workshops in which pre-service tutors and content experts developed training materials, guided by facilitators with expertise in instructional design and curriculum development. The goals of WW were to develop high-quality, standardized teaching materials and to build the capacity of tutors to develop these materials.

The new training package for CA/CO cadres includes a Facilitator Guide, Student Manual and Practicum. There are 40 modules with approximately 600 content sessions. This product is a result of a lengthy collaborative process, with significant input from key stakeholders and experts of different organizations and institutions, from within and outside the country.

The MOHSW would like to thank all those involved during the process for their valuable contribution to the development of these materials for CA /CO cadres. We would first like to thank the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Global AIDS Program (CDC/GAP) Tanzania, and the International Training and Education Center for Health (ITECH) for their financial and technical support throughout the process. At CDC/GAP, we would like to thank Ms. Suzzane McQueen and Ms. Angela Makota for their support and guidance. At I-TECH, we would especially like to acknowledge Ms. Alyson Shumays, Country Program Manager, Dr. Flavian Magari, Country Director, Mr. Tumaini Charles, Deputy Country Director, and Ms. Susan Clark, Health Systems Director. The MOHSW would also like to thank the World Health Organization (WHO) for technical and financial support in the development process.

Particular thanks are due to those who led this important process: Dr. Bumi L.A. Mwamasage, the Assistant Director for Allied Health Sciences Training, Dr. Mabula Ndimila and Mr. Dennis Busuguli, Coordinators of Allied Health Sciences Training, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Dr. Stella Kasindi Mwita, Programme Officer Integrated Management of Adults and Adolescent Illnesses (IMAI), WHO Tanzania and Stella M. Mpanda, Pre-service Programme Manager, I-TECH.

Sincere gratitude is expressed to small group facilitators: Dr. Otilia Gowele, Principal, Kilosa COTC, Dr. Violet Kiango, Tutor, Kibaha COTC, Ms. Stephanie Smith, Ms. Stephanie Askins, Julie Stein, Ms. Maureen Sarewitz, Mr. Golden Masika, Ms. Kanisia Ignas, Ms. Yovitha Mrina and Mr. Nicholous Dampu, all of I-TECH, for their tireless efforts in guiding participants and content experts through the process.

A special note of thanks also goes to CMT 04102 Anatomy and Physiology I NTA Level 4 Semester 1 Student Manual v Dr. Julius Charles and Dr. Moses Bateganya, I-TECH’s Clinical Advisors, and other Clinical Advisors who provided input. We also thank individual content experts from different departments of the MOHSW and other governmental and non-governmental organizations, including EngenderHealth, Jhpiego and AIHA, for their technical guidance. Special thanks goes to a team of I-TECH staff namely Ms. Lauren Dunnington, Ms. Stephanie Askins, Ms. Stephanie Smith, Ms Aisling Underwood, Golden Masika, Yovitha Mrina, Kanisia Ignas, Nicholous Dampu, Michael Stockman and Stella M. Mpanda for finalising the editing, formatting and compilation of the modules.

Finally, we very much appreciate the contributions of the tutors and content experts representing the CATCs/COTCs, various hospitals, universities, and other health training institutions. Their participation in meetings and workshops, and their input in the development of content for each of the modules have been invaluable. It is the commitment of these busy clinicians and teachers that has made this product possible.

 

 

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