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To provide advanced and up-to-date level of patient care in anaesthesia and intensive care for the community we serve and to maintain the continuity of this care by training new generations of practitioners in the specialty through a system that is based on clinical health care, education, and research by:
1- Hiring well qualified personnel.
2- Continuous development and updating of the service tools.
3-  Teaching undergraduate medical students.
4- Training new physicians in the specialty to get the necessary qualifications
1.MissionAnaesthesia and Intensive Care Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 9
  
The vision of the department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care is to be a pioneer among its peers -on both practical and Academic levels – in the level of education and patient care provided.
2.VisionAnaesthesia and Intensive Care Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 9
  
Teaching gross anatomy should largely depends on using human prosections, models as well as X- ray pictures and CT and MRI scans. Using these media is expected to allow the student to comprehend the details of the human anatomy in a simple clear way. For histology the teaching should make use of light microscopic and electron microscopic pictures. Many of the physiologic and pathological changes could be followed only at the level of the electron microscope.
1.MissionAnatomy and HistologyAnatomy and Histology1
  
Anatomy is a practical subject, best learned by gaining hands-on experience of the body.  Students should spend as much time as they can examining cadaveric dissections.  Histology has never been such and important part of the medical curriculum as it is today.  The teaching of physiology and biochemistry increasingly revolves around the new discipline of cell biology and so a knowledge of cellular histology and ultrastructure is of paramount importance.  An understanding of the causes, mechanisms and effects of disease is increasingly dependent on a knowledge of histology, ultrastructure and cell biology.
2.VisionAnatomy and HistologyAnatomy and Histology1
  
          To be committed to excellence in physiology and biochemistry education as well as outstanding research. The department is determined to expand and promote the intellectual abilities of medical health professionals by providing excellent up to date medical knowledge and skills necessary for practicing the medical profession in accordance with the best international standards
2.VisionPhysiology and Biochemistry Physiology and Biochemistry 2
  
          In accord with the mission of Faculty of Medicine at the University of Jordan, the department of physiology and biochemistry is committed to teaching physiology and biochemistry courses for medical and other health sciences professional students. The department will focus on research activities that contribute to the development of health sciences and solve health problems related to our community at large.
 
1.MissionPhysiology and Biochemistry Physiology and Biochemistry 2
  
To provide excellent teaching  for medical, dental, pharmacy and nursing students as well as to provide high quality laboratory services for the diagnosis of pathological and microbiological diseases,  Forensic Medicine and Toxicology . The department is devoted to conduct high quality research in specific topics of Pathology, Microbiology, Forensic Medicine and Analytical Toxicology.
 
2.VisionPathology and Microbiology and Forensic Medicine Pathology and Microbiology and Forensic Medicine 3
  
The vision of the Department of Pharmacology is to become a centre of excellence in the field of pharmacology and therapeutics in Jordan by providing excellent teaching and training for medical students and other health disciplines.  In addition, to be a center for excellence in pharmacology research activities.
2.VisionPharmacology Pharmacology 4
  
The mission of our department is to develop, with other departments, a medical graduate who is equipped with contemporary pharmacological knowledge and who is competent in safe and effective prescribing.  The department also aims at undertaking high quality research activities directed at local problems related to drugs and poisons.
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 To provide quality education to medical students and provision of services of highest standards, based on research, evidence- based medicine and holistic approach to patients.
 
To achieve its vision and mission the department has the following goals:
1- To provide medical students with an understanding of the basic concepts in various disciplines of public health (epidemiology, biostatistics, Maternal and child health, health care management , environmental and occupational  health.
2- To provide highly qualified candidates with the necessary post – graduate training and competencies to be recognized as public health professionals.
3- To achieve excellence in research in public health, it rough identification of priority areas for research and multi-center, multi – agency collaborative research.
4- To promote community services and collaboration with community-based organizations by both students and faculty.
5- To expose medical students and residents to family medicine clinic operations that promote and demonstrate quality and efficiency
 
1.MissionFamily and Community Medicine Family and Community Medicine 5
  
The Department of family and Community Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Jordan is dedicated to be recognized as a significant force in preventing disease and promoting health both nationally and in the region.
 
2.VisionFamily and Community Medicine Family and Community Medicine 5
  
There mission of the Radiology and Nuclear medicine department includes three major duties that can be summarized as follows:
1. Research duty: Scientific research has been always a  priority of the academic staff.    The Department has published dozens of scientific research in internationally refereed journals. Research in Department Radiology is an ongoing process that involves undergraduate  and postgraduate students who receive training  in research methods and participate actively in paper writing under direct supervision.
2. Teaching duty: the 4 year residency program in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine aims to qualify medical residents to obtain the high education degree in Radiology and Nuclear medicine. Residents are trained on all diagnostic equipment during the 4  year training program, by the end of training they are expected to acquire scientific knowledge to write a methodologically and scientifically structured radiology report. Besides to practical teaching sessions there are daily theoretical activities where the teaching staff and radiology residents meet daily to discuss recent relative issues in radiology.  In addition to the resident teaching program, the department staff delivers lectures and practical teaching sessions for fifth year medical students and provides elective training opportunities for physicians and residents in other specialties.
3. Service duty: The Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine provides all diagnostic imaging services adhering to excellent scientific and professional  standards and under direct supervision of academic staff. The department offers the following diagnostic services:
A.        Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): two MRI machines are available in the department, one of them a  state of art 3 Tesla MRI machine and is the most sophisticated equipment in national and international basis, it is operated  with precision, efficiency and professionalism.

B.        Computed tomography (CT imaging): the service is provided by three machines, one of them is 128 Dual Source Multislice slice CT (MDCT)  and is therefore  fully equipped to perform dedicated non-invasive coronary imaging.   A spiral CT is located in the emergency departments and helps in providing  provide prompt and ideal service.
C.        Mammography: a highly trained  technologists team work under direct supervision of   a qualified radiology consultant with subspecialty in mammographic imaging to provide  specialized mammographic imaging.
D.        Ultrasound: The department is equipped with four, state of art,  four-dimensional devices.
E.         Digital Fluoroscopy: a state of art device with advanced and sophisticated technology  is available at the department. In addition to diagnostic services in genitourinary, gastroenterology and vascular system, this machine provides the possibility to perform  interventional radiological procedures, that are performed by a an expert team lead by an interventional radiology consultant.
F.         Conventional imaging (X-Ray).
G.        Nuclear Medicine: Nuclear Medicine section has been completely renovated to meet the most strict international safety standards and hase been equipped with a sate of art gamma camera and hot lab. The department offers all diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine procedures.
H. Radiation protection: a strict radiation protection program is applied to radiology areas according to international standards in the aim to govern and provide radiation protection to employees and patients.
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The provision of high quality, complete and  inter-related services delivering excellent  health care , education , training and
research

1.MissionPediatricsPediatrics10
  
To Be the leading pediatric health care provider of choice at the  national level
2.VisionPediatricsPediatrics10
  
The mission of the Department of Pathology and Microbiology is to provide excellent teaching, training, research and high standard diagnostic services for patient health care in Jordan and the Arab Region. Our aim is to provide a supportive working environment so that each individual can excel and pursue achievements that lead to national and international recognition. We will accomplish this by developing mechanisms that make optimal use of our human and financial resources.
1.MissionPathology and Microbiology and Forensic Medicine Pathology and Microbiology and Forensic Medicine 3
  
The mission of the Department  of  Internal Medicine at the university of Jordan is to educate medical students, post graduate students, and advanced training  fellows in accordance with the high professional standards; to participate in preparing competent Physicians, to educate and train post graduate physicians and advance training fellows to practice patient-centered medicine of the high standard in clinical skills, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and to improve health through patient care, research, and education in the country and our region.
1.MissionInternal Medicine Internal Medicine 6
  
The department to be recognized as one of the most outstanding departments in the region. This to be based on its achievements in research, medical education and clinical care, and to keep the balance in maintaining excellence in all three areas.
2.VisionInternal Medicine Internal Medicine 6
  
The Department of Special Surgery of the University of Jordan at Faculty of Medicine and Jordan University Hospital:  shall be the leading unit of excellence in the field of different surgical subspecialties responsive to the needs of the Jordanian people.
 
2.VisionSpecial Surgery Special Surgery 8
  
Our mission is to be an outstanding teaching and research pole, educating for life and addressing the challenges facing our society.

We aim at achieving excellence in:

1. Professional education including undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education, along with patient and community education. (Teach undergraduate and postgraduate students' special surgery to become competent, humane and ethical health professionals, educators, researchers and leaders.)

2. Scientific research and publishing of data.
We are committed to academic freedom, critical scholarship, rational and creative thought and free inquiry.

It is part of our mission to ensure that these ideals live; this necessarily requires a dynamic process of finding the balance in a range of choices: choices between freedom and responsibility, rights and obligations, transparency and efficiency, and autonomy and accountability.

This, according to our vision and firm belief, can be achieved through consultation and debate.

3- Nurture our faculty and employee to become highly motivated, competent and committed.
 
4- Practice governance that is transparent and participatory.
We believe in the values of academic excellence, professionalism, social responsibility and accountability, compassion, leadership, integrity and nationalism.
 
1.MissionSpecial Surgery Special Surgery 8
  
A prime goal of the department is to provide comprehensive women's health care to a diverse population of women. Simultaneous is our department's commitment to educate health professionals and to encourage and conduct clinical and basic science research in women's health and perinatal obstetrics so as to optimize the health and well-being of women and their babies. To this end, an academic environment has been fostered which supports young faculty jointly within its boundaries and through innovative interdisciplinary relationships with both basic science departments and sister clinical departments.
1.MissionObstetrics and Gynecology Obstetrics and Gynecology 11
  
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology will advance the quality of life in Jordan by fulfilling the instructional, research and outreach obligations of a world-class medical institution.
The Department will also:   
• Encourage scholarly activity of the residents and medical students;
• Encourage life-long learning, which is imperative to the practice of medicine;
• Promote proficiency in the technical arts related to Obstetrics and Gynecology;
• Incorporate advances in medical knowledge and technology in order to better serve the citizens of this country;
• Be viewed as a leader in women’s health care; and
• Serve as an advocate, resource, and referral base for physicians in the whole of this country
2.VisionObstetrics and Gynecology Obstetrics and Gynecology 11
  
1- Teaching anatomy and histology in a way that correlate between these subjects and other medical basic sciences and forming and introduction to these sciences.
2- The application of the anatomical knowledge throughout the medical teaching to bridge the gray zone between preclinical anatomy and clinical anatomy.
3- To avoid unnecessary details in anatomy and histology which used to be taught in old syllebuse.
4- To  make the optimum use of time allocated for teaching anatomy by using prosections, videos, X – rays pictures, CT scans, MRI , Models from clinical skills lab, and anatomy museum specimens .
5- To train the trainee in clinical problem solving by using anatomical knowledge. This approach not only convinces the trainees that preclinical anatomy is an integral part of bedside medicine but also expand their thinking capacity.
3.ObjectivesAnatomy and HistologyAnatomy and Histology1
  
A. General Objective:
To strive for excellence, leadership, and recognition in the special surgery in the
service of the Jordanian people.
B. Specific goals and objectives:
To constantly upgrade training program for residents and sudents.
= To develop a competent, committed, compassionate and motivated core faculty by
continuous training of the faculty introduction of values education and formation to
faculty, and improve the teaching skills of the faculty.
= To maintain, replace and acquire additional physical facilities; equipment and
resources to meet the training and service needs of the department
= Promote and develop relevant researches for the advancement of the field of
special surgery
The Department of Special Surgery is committed to provide safe, appropriate and
adequate surgical treatments to patients under its care. 
The staff members are continuously acquiring new skills, employing improved
techniques and innovating procedures which would mean better patient care and
prolongation of life.
The Department of Special Surgery has contributed significantly in the development
of Surgery in Jordan proven by the numerous milestone operations performed at the
Jordan University Hospital.
3.ObjectivesSpecial Surgery Special Surgery 8
  
• Obtaining a sufficient level of medical knowledge to understand the basic facts, concepts, and principles essential to competent medical practice according to their level of qualification.
• Exhibit high level of effective and efficient performance in history taking, management, interpretation, communication skills and clinical decision making in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.
• To obtain a basic principles in medical research for medical students and postgraduate trainee.
3.ObjectivesInternal Medicine Internal Medicine 6
  
 
1. Teach physiology and biochemistry to our students in the best available  methods of teaching, provide them with the up-to-date knowledge and
 use the best methods for evaluation.
2. Integrate the medical applications of physiology and biochemistry to the
 theoretical sciences we teach.
3. Allow students to be active parts in ongoing research in our department
4. Spare some time for faculty development and research and make the best 
 use of the available recourses  in the school as well as in the university.
5. Make connections with international institutions to get the best available
 support we can get academically and financially for our programs
3.ObjectivesPhysiology and Biochemistry Physiology and Biochemistry 2
  
 To provide medical students with an understanding of the basic concepts in various disciplines of public health (epidemiology, biostatistics, Maternal and child health, health care management , environmental and occupational  health.
 To provide highly qualified candidates with the necessary post – graduate training and competencies to be recognized as public health professionals.
 To achieve excellence in research in public health, it rough identification of priority areas for research and multi-center, multi – agency collaborative research.
 To promote community services and collaboration with community-based organizations by both students and faculty.
 To expose medical students and residents to family medicine clinic operations that promote and demonstrate quality and efficiency
3.ObjectivesFamily and Community Medicine Family and Community Medicine 5
  
Acting to be  the best and most preferred place for:
• Receiving pediatric health care
• Receiving pediatric undergraduate education
• Receiving pediatric postgraduate training
• Receiving pediatric subspecialty training
• Receiving pediatric continuous medical education
• Practicing pediatrics and medical teaching as faculty members
3.ObjectivesPediatricsPediatrics10
  
The primary goals of the department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care at the University of Jordan are to:
 1- To educate and train residents who are capable of providing high quality anesthesia care based on principles of teamwork and collaboration for basic, medium and complex surgical and nonsurgical procedures
2- Train and help students and residents to understand the life-long continuum of medical education
3- Use all the facilities available at the faculty of Medicine and the University of Jordan to teach medical students how to deal with life threatening emergencies like cardiac arrest, airway management, etc...and the basic principles in Intensive care and pain management 
4- Conduct nationally respected research in Anesthesia and Intensive Care aimed at improving the quality of patient care before, during and after anesthesia.
3.ObjectivesAnaesthesia and Intensive Care Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 9
  
Our overall objective is to produce medical graduates with a sufficient pharmacological knowledge that enables them to pursue their careers in a variety of settings. This knowledge includes the effect, the adverse effect, and the clinical uses of the drugs. 
3.ObjectivesPharmacology Pharmacology 4
  
• Obtaining a sufficient level of medical knowledge to understand the basic facts, concepts, and principles essential to competent medical practice according to their level of qualification.
• Exhibit high level of effective and efficient performance in history taking, management, interpretation, communication skills and clinical decision making in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.
• To obtain basic principles in medical research for medical students and postgraduate trainee.
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