18 March 2022
Dr. Khaled Abdul Ghaffar, the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, received the work of the Minister of Health and Population and a delegation from The British Royal College of Emergency Medicine (The Royal College of Emergency Medicine), on Wedneday evening, at the general hall of the Ministry of Health and Populations.
The meeting discussed the results of the delegation’s visit to a number of hospitals in the Ministry of Health and Population, where the British Royal College approved the training process of the Egyptian Fellowship Program in the specialization of Emergency Medicine in three hospitals including (Dar Al-Shafa – Al-Ahli Bank – Sheikh Zayed specialized).
Dr. Hossam Abdulghafar, the official spokesman for the Ministry of Health and Population, said the accreditation came after precise measures by The Royal College to ensure the quality of the training process, and its compliance with the global standards, citing the three hospitals to get a level A reliance First (level 1 accreditation)
Minister expressed cooperation between The Royal College of Emergency Medicine, and the Higher Committee for Medical Specialties, over the past 18 months in accordance with the agreement signed between the two sides, in view of his desire to expand opportunities for cooperation with The Royal College, within the framework of the Strategic L Ministry of Advancement in Vocational Medical Education, noting to improve the training process of doctors Contributes to creating a new generation of specialized doctors with high skill and competence, reflected in improving the services provided to patients.
Abdulghavar revealed that the program of visiting the delegation to hospitals lasted for 4 days, during which meetings were held with the coaches of the Egyptian Fellowship Program in the specialization of emergency medicine, as well as joint meetings with the coaches and scientific supervisors who are on the training process, as well as a closer look Sam Al-Emergency in those hospitals, also the delegation held a workshop for coaches in fellowship Egypt, at the headquarters of the Princess Fatima Academy for medical and vocational education.
At the end of the meeting, Dr. Khaled Abdul Ghaffar, with the efforts of the Higher Committee for Medical Specialties, and medical teams in hospitals, pointed out that the evaluation of the training process contributes to standing up to challenges and solving them first to advance the training process, and the minister should exchange “A” For the memorial shields” with the delegation of The Royal College of Emergency Medicine.