Graduation Goals


1. Provides Effective and Quality Medical Service

1 a. Takes comprehensive and adequate medical history, including social structure, and evaluates findings.

1b. Performs a complete and qualified physical examination, including mental status.

1c. He/she applies basic diagnostic methods and laboratory tests, evaluates the results and determines the appropriate treatment methods.

1d. Evaluates the patients with their social, cultural, physical and psychological environments and classifies them as urgent, acute and chronic to determine their personal treatment needs.

1e. Manages common medical emergencies, identifies areas and methods for consultation.

1f. Manages health problems effectively, quickly and ethically.

1g. It uses a rational and evidence-based approach in all its approaches.

1f. Adopts preventive medicine and improving health.

2. Has Competent and Sufficient Communication Skills.

2 a. Demonstrates a sincere, sensitive and empathetic approach in communicating with patients, their families, and their environment.

2b. Uses communication skills to understand people from different cultures and people of different ages and social groups.

2c. He/She has written and verbal communication skills, presents information in a clear and understandable way.

2d. He/She has basic skills and a positive approach to transfer knowledge to people.

2e. Establishes constructive and healthy communication channels with colleagues, other professional groups and superiors.

3. Has Competent and Sufficient Teamwork and Interprofessional Interaction Skills.

3 a. Respects the boundaries and duties of teammates by prioritizing the success of the team in teamwork

3b. It strives for the productive and efficient work of the team by performing its in-team duties fully and on time.

3c. By providing appropriate and effective participation in the team, it acts solution-oriented in intra-team conflicts.

4. He is Competent in Technology and Knowledge Management Skills.

4a. He understands the application and limits of technology.

4b. Uses the technologies required by professional practices and renews them as needed.

4c. Effectively uses electronic data systems to collect patient medical information.

4d. Monitors and applies technology in communication, data collection, access to information, and diagnosis and treatment initiatives.

5. Competent in Professional Behavior, Attitude, Professional and Ethical Values.

5 a. He is respectful, empathetic and sensitive to ethical principles in the practice of the medical profession. It adopts its core components such as accountability, honesty, high morality and commitment to the scientific method.

5b. It meticulously adheres to professionalism, ethical and legal standards in patient care, research and public health studies.

5c. Establishes healthy communication and relationships with superiors, colleagues and other employees on the basis of respect. It contributes to the development of a positive working environment.

5 d. Understands that the well-being of the patient and society is the primary responsibility of the physician.

6. He is Competent in Continuous Professional Development and Follow-up of Scientific Medical Developments.

6a. Evaluates individual competencies and performance.

6b. Defines the normal and abnormal physical and mental development of the human body and follows the scientific developments in this field.

6c. Evaluates the normal cellular, biochemical, molecular and physiological properties of the human body.

6d. Evaluates the etiology, risk factors and natural course of acute and chronic diseases.

6e. Knows the principles of use of biochemical, pharmacological, surgical and other interventions in the treatment of diseases and follows the developments.

6f. He meets his information needs from scientific sources, evaluates the level of evidence of the information he has acquired and reflects it in his practice.

7. He is Competent in Health Management Skills

7a. Monitors and evaluates developments in the field of health. Has knowledge of national health systems at the level required by the task.

7b. Recognizes and effectively uses the legislation, staff, infrastructure and administrative tools required by the unit.

7c. It carries out health management in accordance with the legislation, takes responsibility and leadership when necessary.

7d. It uses resources effectively and efficiently by acting in accordance with the principles of professionalism.

7e. Understands the basic principles of epidemiology, health economics and health systems management.