Experts from Khalifa University’s College of Medicine and Health Sciences to Discuss Key Topics at Arab Health Congress 2020
Talks to Cover Simulation in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Radiology, and Management of Mullerian Anomalies
Two experts from Khalifa University’s College of Medicine and Health Sciences will be sharing their perspectives on some of the latest developments in the medical sector during Arab Health 2020, the largest healthcare event in the Middle East.
Khalifa University is the Official Education Partner for Arab Health 2020 that is organized on 27-30 January at the Dubai World Trade Centre. At the 12th Obstetrics and Gynecology Conference that is part of the Arab Health Congress 2020, Dr. John Rock, Founding Dean of Khalifa University’s College of Medicine and Health Sciences, will talk about best practices in the management of Mullerian anomalies on 29 January.
In addition, Dr David Graham, Chair of Medical Imaging and Radiology, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, will speak about ‘Ultrasound in the age of artificial intelligence’ on 27 January and ‘Simulation in Obstetrics and Gynecology’ on 28 January, at the 20th Total Radiology Conference.
Dr. John Rock said: “As the first Abu Dhabi medical school to offer the four-year MD program in the UAE, the Khalifa University College of Medicine and Health Sciences aims to deliver world-class education, while actively involved in knowledge-sharing forums such as Arab Health Congress. We offer unparalleled expertise through our 20 academic departments, and we firmly believe participating in Arab Health will not only raise the profile of our institution among the healthcare sector stakeholders, regionally and globally, but will also help showcase the quality of medical education that is available in the UAE.”
The Khalifa University College of Medicine and Health Sciences has a state-of-the-art testing center, created with Prometric and Pearson VUE standards, that could allow Graduate Record Examinations (GRE), National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME), United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) and Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) testing on site.
The College has also developed an OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) and Simulation Center, which is designed to test clinical skill performance. The program provides a hands-on real-world approach to learning and assessment, while serving hospital residency programs, military training units, and other medical schools in the UAE.
The College of Medicine and Health Sciences aims to expand its research portfolio in medicine and health sciences, which currently includes medical genetics, genome sciences, biomaterials for Nano medicine, cellular biomechanics, bio-robotics, tissue regeneration, and bioinformatics. The University is dedicated to graduating professionals who will contribute to the UAE’s healthcare ecosystem through employing innovative educational strategies that leverage its position as a world-class science and technology institution.
The College of Medicine and Health Sciences is the first 4X4 allopathic LCME-comparable (Liaison Committee on Medical Education), post-baccalaureate medical college, which prepares its students for residency programs in the US and Canada.
A total of 14 conferences and one educational forum covering a broad spectrum of medical specialties and disciplines are part of the Arab Health Congress 2020 that is reputed for delivering the highest quality Continuing Medical Education (CME) Conferences to medical professionals in the region.
26 January 2020