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Naghizadeh Moghari Z, Abbaspour A, Feiz M. Explaining the Competence Indicators of Graduates of Medical Sciences from Perspectives of Qur'an and International Documents . Quran and Medicine 2018; 4 (1) :29-37
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1- Quran & Health Department, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of the Quran of Karim, Academic Center for Education,Culture and Research(ACECR), Tehran, Iran
2- Higher Education Department, Psychology & Educational SciencesFaculty, Allameh Tabataba’i University, Tehran, Iran
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The concept of competence is important in all fields and disciplines of academic sciences especially in medical sciences considering the sensitivity of the subject. Physicians and medical teams are the main agents of the health system, and any change in the delivery of health services requires a change in their education. In this regard, the aim of the present study is to explain the important competence indicators of graduates of medical sciences from the perspective of international documents and Qur'an. For this purpose, the criteria were extracted and adapted to the medical norms in the international documents by investigating Quranic verses and its interpretations through the analytical method. In this area, the keywords with the subject of competence were considered in medical sciences in the international arena and also in Iran.
Conclusion: Based on the Qur'an perspective, competence is in the two ethical (Concepts such as required expertise, commitment, having the power of prediction and the correct diagnosis of a person's illness) and behavioral areas (Concepts such as affection and premsia, flexibility in dealing with references, having a sense of responsibility, avoidance of arrogance and having a good behavior with the patient). In the international arena, various definitions, components, and categories are presented. Among the competence components, many of the researches mentioned four main components includes the knowledge, skill, ability and the motive component. In Iran based on the definition of the supreme council of the cultural revolution, competence has four main component includes of attitude (motivational), mental ability, applied knowledge, and practical skills.
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Received: 2018/11/18 | Accepted: 2019/02/26 | Published: 2019/03/19

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