following the principles of good professional practice and ethics and be a role model for the students.
developing the skills to be a competent teacher and guide to the students whom they are teaching.
supervising the progress of students’ learning and taking active part in mentorship program to help the students learn the skills and achieve competence while ensuring the safety of the patient.
assessing the students’ performance objectively and constructively so as to improve their knowledge and skills.
pursuing matters related to teaching which are of paramount importance for the clinical teachers and carrying out practices which are learner-friendly and non-compromising to patient’s safety.
Students are responsible for
attending all teaching sessions, completing all assignments given by the faculty and maintaining academic discipline and being punctual.
executing their own learning and achieving the objectives set by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC).
ensuring the patients’ safety by working within the limits of their respective competencies.
maintaining a cordial relationship with peers, hospital employees engaged in patient service and the community at large.
engaging in continuous self-improvement based on the systematic evaluation of their learning by the teachers, accepting positive criticism and mitigating self-deficiencies with the assistance of their teachers/mentors
Ad-din, a private non profit organization operating in Bangladesh since 1980.