The Minister was welcomed by the College’s CEO, Dr Mark Eigen, and the Egyptian flag was hoisted in the Royal College courtyard to mark the visit.
During the visit, the Higher Education Minister undertook a study tour of the Royal College’s specialist medical units and the Royal Surgical Museum.
The Minister held a meeting with the officers of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh under the chairmanship of Dr. Mark Egon, CEO of the College in the presence of Dr. Rasha Kamal, Cultural Coordinator and Director of the Education Movement in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland and Dr. Noah El Chaka, Medical Adviser to the Scottish Government and Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for Scotland; To discuss the terms and structure of the strategic agreement to be signed between the Ministry and the Royal College at the headquarters of the Royal College in the UK.
The meeting was held at the invitation of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh to the Minister for Higher Education and Scientific Research, within the framework of strengthening joint collaboration between the Ministry and the Royal College and implementing the National Strategy for Higher Education. Scientific research aimed at advancing medical education in Egypt, and implementing the directives of the political leadership to improve the education sector in its various phases. , by establishing collaborative relationships with top international companies including British companies.
During the meeting, Dr. Ayman Ashour gave a detailed presentation explaining the National Strategic Plan of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, reviewing its most important axes including the progress of medical education, especially the Egyptian doctor who is known for his specialty and uniqueness in Egypt and Arab countries. And abroad, Egypt ranks third in the number of doctors behind India and Pakistan, indicating that the UK relies on a large number of Egyptian doctors in the NHS system.
Noting that university hospitals play an important role in supporting the health system in Egypt, the minister explained that there are 120 university hospitals that provide excellent health services to millions of citizens annually, with 15 million surgeries performed including 300,000 surgeries in 2022. Special skills are required to improve and modernize university hospitals by automating the information infrastructure of hospitals, specifying the following steps.
Within the framework of what was discussed during Dr.’s visit, Mark Egan pointed out that the management of the Royal College is pursuing a file for cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Rowan Parkes, President of the Royal College of Egyptian Cultural Office in London, emphasized the Royal College’s desire to conclude a strategic cooperation agreement with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Accreditation of centers of excellence for education, training and scientific research and surgery in various specialties, which has already been initiated in the field of dentistry.
and d. Ayman Ashour expressed his desire to establish a branch for the Royal College in Egypt in all medical specialties and to promote cooperation in the field of quality medical education by implementing the Ministry’s strategic plan. .
At the end of the meeting, the implementation plan and timetable for the collaboration between the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh were discussed.
Dr. Royal College in the meeting. Grant McIntyre, Dean of Dentistry and Dr. Ahmad Nasif, Member of the Council of the Royal College and Professor. Michael State, Director of International Relations and Partnership Development, Prof. Ian Forster-Smith is Director of Examinations and Education and Professor. Marit Knott is Director of International Relations at Peterridge College.
It is worth noting that the cooperation between the Ministry and the Royal College has been extended to the Alliance of Future Universities, Al-Nahda University, which has a team from the Royal College for several examination centers in Misr for Science. and technology in the field of orthodontics and Delta Universities are preparing to receive final accreditation as eligible centers to provide the necessary training for programs eligible for college fellowships. Medical services in those universities.
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