The Minister of Higher Education and Acting Minister of Health receives a delegation from the British Royal College of Emergency Medicine
Dr. Hossam Abdel Ghaffar, the official spokesman for the Ministry of Health and Population, said that this accreditation came after careful procedures by the Royal College to ensure the quality of the process. Training, keeping pace with international standards, noting that the three hospitals have obtained first-level accreditation (level 1 accreditation).
“Abdul Ghaffar” added that the Minister praised the cooperation between the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and the Higher Committee for Medical Specialties, over the past 640 months, in accordance with the signed agreement. Between the two sides, expressing his aspiration to expand opportunities for cooperation with the Royal College, within the framework of the ministry’s strategy to advance professional medical education, noting that upgrading the training process for doctors contributes to creating a new generation of specialized doctors with high skill and efficiency, which is reflected in the improvement of services provided to patients.
“Abdul Ghaffar” revealed The delegation’s visit program to hospitals lasted for 4 days, during which meetings were held with the trainers of the Egyptian fellowship program in the field of emergency medicine, as well as joint meetings with trainers and scientific supervisors in charge of the training process, in addition to inspecting the emergency departments of those hospitals, and the delegation also held a workshop For trainers in the Egyptian Fellowship, at the headquarters of the Princess Fatima Academy for Medical and Vocational Education.
At the end of the meeting, Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar praised the efforts of the Higher Committee for Medical Specialties, and the medical staff in hospitals, noting that evaluating the training process contributes to standing up to challenges. And work to solve it first-hand to advance the training process, and the Minister exchanged “memorial shields” with the delegation of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine.