Department conducts lectures and Small Group Discussions under Behavioral Science Strand during Phase 1 and Phase 2 of undergraduate training.


Lectures are uploaded to the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and face to face lecture time gives students the opportunity to clarify their problems.

Clinical appointment

The Family medicine appointment in the fourth year has three components:

  1. Training at family medicine clinic
  2. Visits to general practice clinics on Saturdays
  3. Visit to outpatient department at CNTH

During the outpatient department (OPD) visit each student is allocated to follow a patient from the time they enter the OPD till they leave. This ensures that students will gain experience regarding patient registration, waiting time, consultation process and process of care provided at the OPD.

During the general practice visits they have to collect demographic and morbidity data about three consecutive patients each. Collected data will be presented by the students at the end of the appointment.

The debate held at the end of the appointment is a dynamic learning experience for the students. They conduct a debate on a topic related to family medicine. A few students will be the judges of the event and after the winning team is announced, the academic staff will give their comments about the event.

Students will be assessed by the end appointment examination and the marks will be carried to the unit 5 main examination.

Making of educational videos with the aid of the audio visual unit in the faculty to teach undergraduates

Best Performance during clinical appointment

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 Dr. Dishani  Dr. Dinidu

100% Attendance with successful completion of the work book     

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