Course Name Code Semester T+U Hours Credit ECTS
Dermatology and Veneral Disease TIP 505 5 41 + 24 5 3
Precondition Courses
Recommended Optional Courses
Course Language Turkish
Course Level Bachelor's Degree
Course Type Compulsory
Course Coordinator Doç.Dr. BAHAR SEVİMLİ DİKİCİER
Course Lecturers Doç.Dr. BERNA SOLAK, Doç.Dr. BAHAR SEVİMLİ DİKİCİER, Doç.Dr. MAHİZER YALDIZ,
Course Assistants
Course Category Field Proper Education
Course Objective

It is aimed for the students

·         to gain information about the physiology and funtioning of the skin in order to diferentiate the structural and functional pathologic conditions;

·         to differentiate acute and chronic dermatologic diseases and to make an association with possible systemic diseases;

·         to arrange the intervention due to acute and chronic  dermatologic diseases such as first evaluation and forward, or directly forward; 

·         to plan the first intervention for emergency dermatologic conditions;

·         to be able to make the right decision for common chronic diseases like psoriasis which also may act systemic to intervene or refer to a specialist;

·         to recognize the common skin cancer types;

 

·         to be aware of the dermatological signs of genodermatoses and some metabolic diseases.

 

Course Content

The structure and functions of the skin and the appendages of the skin

Psoriasis, lichen planus, pityriasis rosea, seborrheic dermatitis 

Vitiligo and hyperpigmentation

Acne, rosacea, bacterial infections of the skin

Viral infections of the skin

Superficial fungal infections of the skin

Eczema

Atopic dermatitis

Urticaria and angioedema

Erythroderma

Alopecia 

Autoimmune bullous diseases

Scabies and pediculosis 

Leishmaniasis

Lepra

Cutaneous tuberculosis

Syphilis

Other venereal diseases 

Reactive dermatoses

Behcet's disease

Benign and malign skin tumors

 

 

# Course Learning Outcomes Teaching Methods Assessment Methods
1 Understanding the stucture and function of the whole skin. Demonstration, Brain Storming, Case Study, Testing, Oral Exam,
2 To be aware of a clinical condition as lichen planus. Brain Storming, Demonstration, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
3 There are some harmless, acute rash types. Demonstration, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
4 an endogenous , recurring eczema type. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
5 The reasons of lightening and darkening in skin colour Demonstration, Lecture,
6 acne is a familiar skin condition, some principles about treatment. Demonstration, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
7 the most common reason of red face. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
8 Bacterial reasons for infectious skin diseases. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
9 Viral reasons for infectius skin diseases. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
10 To be familiar with the common fungal infections of the skin. Demonstration, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
11 to be aware of the scope of eczema. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
12 atopic dermatitis is a common health issue. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
13 Emergency cases and common reasons of urticaria and angioedema. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
14 Erythroderma may be a general medical situation that needs care and investigation. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
15 the common reasons of sheedding hair and baldness. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
16 attention and referral is needed when the bullae are the case.bullae Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
17 scabies and pediculosis are curable public health issues. Demonstration, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
18 an endemic, semi-spesific dermatose. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
19 an ancient and universal, great imitator skin disease. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
20 tuberculosis is always popular also on the skin. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
21 varous skin rash types in a unique infectious, contagious disease. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
22 Venereal diseases are contagious, big public health issue. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
23 Drug eruptions, especially the ones causing emergency. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
24 an ethnic and geographic , unique disease. Demonstration, Question-Answer, Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
25 to be familiar with the common skin cancers. Lecture, Oral Exam, Testing,
Week Course Topics Preliminary Preparation
1 The structure and functions of the skin and examination, Psoriasis, lichen planus, pityriasis rosea, seborrheic dermatitis Vitiligo and hyperpigmentation Acne, rosacea, infections of the skin, Eczema Atopic dermatitis Urticaria and angioedema
2 erythroderma, alopecia, a.bullous diseases, scabies ve pediculosis,Leishmaniasis, Lepra, cutaneous tuberculosis, syphilis, other venereal diseases, reactive dermatoses Behcet' s disease, benign and malign cutaneous tumors
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Resources
Course Notes
Course Resources

Dermatology 2 Volume Set 4th edition

Order Program Outcomes Level of Contribution
1 2 3 4 5
1 Health Care - Uses the acquired knowledge, skills and behavior in health care X
2 Healthcare - Applies a biopsychosocial approach to the patient. X
3 Healthcare - Prioritizes protecting and improving individual and public health X
4 Healthcare – Manages activities to maintain and improve health X
5 Healthcare - Provides health education to population, patients and other healthcare professionals
6 Healthcare - Shows a safe, rational and effective approach in prevention, diagnosis, treatment, follow-up and rehabilitation processes
7 Healthcare - Performs interventions and/or non-invasive procedures safely and effectively
8 Healthcare - Considers patient and employee safety
9 Healthcare - Considers socioeconomic conditions and individual characteristics that affect health
10 Ethical and Professional Principles- Considers good medical practice X
11 Ethical and Professional Principles – Works within the ethical and legal responsibilities X
12 Ethical and Professional Principles - Committed to providing quality of healthcare
13 Ethical and Professional Principles – Evaluate their professional performance
14 Health Advocate- Advocates to improve healthcare system by taking into account their social responsibilities
15 Health Advocate - Collaborates with all partners of healthcare system
16 Health Advocate - Evaluates individual and public health indicators and indices
17 Health Advocate- Care about protecting their own health
18 Leader - Leads the healthcare team
19 Leader - Uses resources in healthcare services in a cost-effective manner, to maximize net benefits of society, and in accordance with regulations
20 Team- Undertakes different roles within the healthcare team
21 Team- Has roles and responsibilities among healthcare professionals
22 Team- Works with colleagues and other professional groups effectively and in a manner that supports a collaborative culture X
23 Communication – Uses effective communication skills with patients, their families and healthcare professionals X
24 Communication - Uses effective communication skills with individuals and groups with different sociocultural characteristics X
25 Communication – Uses patient-centered approach in diagnosis, treatment and follow-up X
26 Scholar – Be able to plan and apply scientific research X
27 Scholar – Be able to reach and evaluate current medical literature X
28 Scholar – Integrate evidence into decision-making in their practice X
29 Scholar – Uses information technologies X
30 Lifelong Learning - Manages career development effectively X
31 Lifelong Learning – Be able to acquire new knowledge and adapt to life-changing conditions X
32 Lifelong Learning - Identifies the right learning resources, organizes its own learning activity X
Evaluation System
Semester Studies Contribution Rate
Total 0
Total 0
ECTS - Workload Activity Quantity Time (Hours) Total Workload (Hours)
Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours) 41 20 820
Performance Task (Application) 24 4 96
Oral Examination 1 1 1
Final examination 1 1 1
Total Workload 918
Total Workload / 25 (Hours) 36.72
dersAKTSKredisi 3