1. Application of biomedical scientific principles and basic science knowledge as integrative disciplines in a system-based model to serve clinical practice.
2. Understand the normal structure and function of the body, explain the development of various pathologic processes, and use scientific methods to establish the causation of diseases and the efficacy of therapies.
3. Communicate effectively and sensitively with patients and their relatives. Communicate clinical information both verbally and in writing to medical colleagues and other healthcare professionals involved in patient care.
4. Demonstrate an understanding of legal and ethical principles and responsibilities to patients, peers, and members of the healthcare team.
5. Adopt a lifelong learning method by sharing, perusing, and updating information of relevant scientific developments in medicine.