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The University of Jordan Course Syllabus Accreditation and Quality Assurance Center. 1 Course title Immunology and Serology,2 Course number 0308361. Credit hours theory practical Theory 2 hours Practical 1 hour. Contact hours theory practical Theory 2 hours practical 3 hours. 4 Prerequisites corequisites 0308242 and 0308251,5 Program title Bachelor Biological sciences. 6 Program code 0304,7 Awarding institution The University of Jordan. 8 Faculty Science,9 Department Clinical laboratory sciencies. 10 Level of course 3, 11 Year of study and semester s 3 years equivalent to 6 semesters.
12 Final Qualification Clinical Laboratory Scientist. Other department s involved in None,teaching the course. 14 Language of Instruction English,15 Date of production revision 3rd July 2018. 16 Course Coordinator,Office numbers B 104,Office hours 1 2 Sundays Wednesdays. Phone numbers 5355000,Email addresses s mattar ju edu jo. 17 Other instructors, Office numbers office hours phone numbers and email addresses should be listed.
18 Course Description, This course covers the science of immunology and serology through the study of theories and processes related to. natural body defenses Included are basic antigen antibody reactions complement action humoral and cellular. immune response and the basic serological procedures used to aid in the detection of certain diseases. Throughout this course special emphasis is placed on correlating of laboratory results with the patient s probable. condition The goals we aim to achieve are developing a working knowledge of the principles and procedures of. serology producing accurate skilled clinical laboratory workers with strong ethical and professional values. promoting respect and understanding of allied health professionals through renewed understanding of the clinical. laboratory technician s role as a member of the allied health care team. The University of Jordan Course Syllabus Accreditation and Quality Assurance Center. 19 Course aims and outcomes, The aim of this course to provide understanding of the basic aspects of immunology The first few weeks the focus. will be on innate immune response and inflammation Next the course will be on acquired immunology covering. the cellular and molecular immunology Finally the main area of study will be about immunity and disease and the. diagnostic methods, B Intended Learning Outcomes ILOs Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to. 1 Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of nonspecific and specific immunity. 2 Describe the immunologic responses involved in preventing and combating infections. 3 State the principle of the routine serologic procedures performed in the clinical laboratory. 4 Read and correctly follow the instructions in reagent package inserts as needed to obtain valid results. 5 Evaluate laboratory test outcomes and determine the validity of the test results obtained. 6 Recognize the limitations of each laboratory procedure performed and describe how these may affect the results. of the testing performed, 7 Perform and evaluate quality control results as required by the procedure and use the results to evaluate the. patient results obtained,8 Correlate test results with patient condition s.
9 Maintain a safe laboratory environment by putting away all reagents supplies washing laboratory. glassware slides disinfecting work area upon completion of duties and putting full biohazard bags in designated. 10 Demonstrate improvement in the affective traits of organizational skills work habits attitude interpersonal. skills and problem solving ability,20 Topic Outline and Schedule. Weeks Evaluation,Topic Instructor Achieved ILOs Reference. An Overview of 1 Dr Suzan 1 2 Examination Ch 1,Immunology Matar. Antigens and 2 Dr Suzan 1 2 3 Examination Ch2,Antibodies Matar. Cells and 1 2 3 Ch3,Cellular 3 Dr Suzan Examination.
Activities of the Matar,Granulocytes,Mononuclear,Cells and 4 5 Dr Suzan 1 2 3 Examination Ch4. Cellular Matar,Activities of the,Lymphocytes,and Plasma. The University of Jordan Course Syllabus Accreditation and Quality Assurance Center. Soluble 6 7 Dr Suzan 1 2 3 Examination Ch 5,Mediators of Matar. the Immune,Midterm 30 WEEK 8,Basic Serologic 8 Dr Suzan 3 10 Examination Ch 8. Laboratory Matar,Techniques, The Immune 9 Dr Suzan 1 2 3 Examination Chapter 15.
Response in Matar Chapter 17 Chapter,Infectious 19. Diseases Chapter 23,Streptococcal,Infections,Vector Borne. Viral Hepatitis, A Primer on 9 Dr Suzan 1 2 3 Examination Chapter 16. Vaccines Matar,Acquired Dr Suzan 1 2 3 8 10 Chapter 25. Immunodeficiency 10 Matar Examination, Acquired 11 Dr Suzan 1 2 3 8 10 Examination Chapter 25.
Immunodeficiency Matar, Immunoproliferat 11 Dr Suzan 1 2 3 8 10 Examination Chapter 27. ive Disorders Matar, Autoimmune 12 Dr Suzan 1 2 3 8 10 Examination Chapter 28. Disorders Matar Chapter 29,Systemic Lupus Chapter 30. Erythematosus,Rheumatoid, Solid Organ 13 Dr Suzan 1 2 3 8 10 Examination Chapter 31. Transplantation Matar,Chapter 32 Bone,Transplantation.
Tumor 14 Dr Suzan 1 2 3 8 10 Examination Chapter 33. Immunology Matar,21 Teaching Methods and Assignments. Lectures and practical classes Students are expected to use the material presented on e learning system. and to read the relevant sections of prescribed and recommended textbooks as well as references. provided by lecturers,22 Evaluation Methods and Course Requirements. Opportunities to demonstrate achievement of the ILOs are provided through the following. assessment methods and requirements, The University of Jordan Course Syllabus Accreditation and Quality Assurance Center. This course will be assessed in the following ways. Laboratory reports contribute to the assessment in this course. Midterm and end of semester examinations test a student s comprehension of the concepts and. material presented in classes,23 Course Policies,A Attendance policies. Students are expected to attend class and to complete all the assignments Absence from lectures and or. tutorials shall not exceed 15 Students who exceed the 15 limit without a medical or emergency. excuse acceptable to and approved by the Dean of the relevant faculty shall not be allowed to take the. final examination and shall receive a mark of zero for the course If the excuse is approved by the Dean. the student shall be considered to have withdrawn from the course. B Absences from exams and handing in assignments on time. The student is responsible for providing satisfactory evidence to the instructor to substantiate the. reason for absence within 3 days of the last date of the absence The excuse should be acceptable and. approved by the Dean If the absence is excused the instructor must either provide the student an. opportunity to make up any quiz exam or other work that contributes to the final grade by a date agreed. upon by the student and instructor, D Honesty policy regarding cheating plagiarism misbehavior.
A range of possible sanctions exist for cases of academic dishonesty In addition to an academic penalty. determined by the faculty member disciplinary sanctions may also be applied. E Grading policy,Midterm Exam 30,Final Exam 40,Lab Final 20. Lab Reports Attitude 10, F Available university services that support achievement in the course. Library and Internet resources,24 Required equipment. Data show for theory and practical lectures, Devices kits reagents and animals rats and mice for the practical Work. 25 References, A Required book s assigned reading and audio visuals.
1 Immunology Serology in Laboratory Medicine 5th Edition by Mary Louise Turgeon. The University of Jordan Course Syllabus Accreditation and Quality Assurance Center. B Recommended books materials and media, 1 Cellular and Molecular Immunology 9th Edition by Abul Abbas. 2 Essentials Of Immunology And Serology 2002 by Jacqueline Stanley. 3 Clinical Immunology and Serology A Laboratory Perspective 3rd Edition by Stevens. Annual Reviews of Immunology,Journal of Immunobiology. 26 Additional information,The practical Classes,Practical work 10 Experiment. Lab 1 The Immune System Organs and Cells Histology and Anatomy. Lab 2 Agglutination Reactions I,Lab 3 Agglutination Reactions II. Lab 4 Protein Electrophoresis Serum Protein Electrophoresis Report 1. Lab 5 Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay ELISA,Lab 6 Double Immunodiffusion Ouchterlony Report 2.
Lab 7 Isolation of Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells. Lab 8 Mixed Lymphocyte Reaction Report 3,Lab 9 Flow Cytometry. Lab 10 Monoclonal Antibody Technology,Current Protocols in Immunology. Online ISBN 9780471142737,DOI 10 1002 0471142735, Some of the experiments state the principle of the routine serologic procedures performed in the clinical. laboratory Student will be able to read and correctly follow instructions provided in reagent package. inserts as needed to obtain valid results,Attendance to practical classes is 100 compulsory. Name of Course Coordinator Dr Suzan Matar Signature Suzan Matar Date 3 July 2018. Head of curriculum committee Department Signature,Head of Department Signature.
Head of curriculum committee Faculty Signature,Dean Signature. Head of Department,Assistant Dean for Quality Assurance. Immunology amp Serology in Laboratory Medicine 5th Edition by Mary Louise Turgeon The University of Jordan Course Syllabus Accreditation and Quality Assurance Center 5 B Recommended books materials and media 1 Cellular and Molecular Immunology 9th Edition by Abul Abbas

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