MoU signed between SZAB varsity, Royal College
A delegation led by Dr Tajek Hassan, President Royal College of Emergency Medicine London visited Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Medical University (PIMS) to examine various areas of mutual collaboration. Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof JavedAkram along with Prof Muhammad Amjad Chaudhry, Registrar and Controller Prof Tanwir Khaliq received the visiting delegation.
They discussed several points including patient-centered emergency medicine of the highest quality and identification and matters related to prevention and treatment of diseases.
The visiting team also discussed healthcare delivery and emergency medicine to improve health through leadership, discovery and innovation patient care, education and research, discussed in the meeting.
Besides, several other matters regarding training, research workshops of the healthcare staff advancing national health through teaching, services, foster innovation, to build and bring about fresh, creative solutions that address the health needs of the Pakistani community including to attract the best and brightest minds and train them as future national leaders, and in setting standards of excellence among faculty, staff and to recruit, retain, nurture and promote those who represent the best in the country were also discussed in detail.
The two sides agreed to advance academic and professional ranks of the very best faculty and staff through mentoring, training and strategic management of career transitions, building upon a diverse community of clinicians, administrators, staff, trainees and students together with monitoring, transparency and accountability, strengthening of healthcare by uplifting Medical education and urgent reform in state of advanced Medical Education in Pakistan.
Dr. Ashok Kumar, Dr. Imran Sikandar, Prof. Syed Aslam Shah, Dr. AnsarMaqsood, Dr. Zahoor Rana and Dr. Zainab Abdullah representing the PIMS were also present in this meeting.
Dr Ayaz Abbasi accompanied Dr Tajek Hassan on the occasion. PIMS Vice Chancellor, Dr Javed Akram thanked the delegation for their in quality care by setting and monitoring standards of care, and providing expert guidance and advice on policy to relevant bodies on matters relating to emergency medicine.