At the end of graduation, BKMC graduates should be able to:
→ Apply core medical and scientific knowledge to individual patients, populations and health systems.
→ Demonstrate a commitment to excellence, evidence-based practice and the generation of new scientific knowledge.
→ Demonstrate by listening, sharing and responding, the ability to communicate clearly, sensitively and effectively with patients, their family, doctors and other health professionals.
→ Elicit an accurate, organized and problem focused medical history, including family and social occupational and lifestyle features, from the patient and other sources.
→ Describe health policy and planning.
→ Demonstrate preventing practices related to communicable, non-communicable diseases and injuries.
→ Explain the socio-economic determinants of health-related events.
→ Demonstrate all the attitudes of medical professionalism and bio ethics.