Monday 19 April 2021

The agreement being signed

UAEU signs MoU with Burjeel & VPS Healthcare

Al AIN, 24 days ago

The United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Burjeel Hospital & "VPS Healthcare", to enhance cooperation between the two institutions in the fields of medicine, academic research and healthcare.
Zaki Nusseibeh, Cultural Advisor to HH the President of UAE, Chancellor of the UAEU, witnessed  the  MoU signing ceremony attended by Prof Ghaleb Al Hadrami Al Breiki - Acting Vice Chancellor of the United Arab Emirates University and Omran Al Khoori, President of Business Development at VPS Healthcare.
Commenting on the MoU, Nusseibeh said: “The partnership will help students and develop specialised training programmes for them.”
Prof Al Breiki said: “This will strengthen cooperation between the UAEU and the leading medical institutions in the country such as Burjeel & VPS, in line with the university’s vision of leadership, excellence, and quality education, and to achieve scientific integration. These agreements include exchanging experiences and research and working on preparing graduates as leaders in their various specialties.”
He pointed out that this agreement would contribute to developing the level of educational services provided to CMHS students as per the best standards. He also added that the main motive of such cooperation and partnership at the medical level is preparing a generation of physicians armed with knowledge and expertise to support the medical sector in the country and the region.
On his part, Al Khoori said: “This MoU would strengthen the association between our two institutions and provide opportunities for students in diverse areas. VPS Healthcare will be working with the stakeholders to design specialised programmes that will add value and open avenues for medical students. We hope the association between the institutions will help the students in gaining knowledge and enthuse them to steer a path towards research and development.”
Under the MoU, the two institutions will cooperate to develop updated evidence-based medical education programmes, organise lectures and educational seminars for undergraduate students; develop in-depth training programmes for graduate students in addition to research cooperation in medical fields; and organise seminars, conferences, workshops, and other academic and professional activities. -- Tradearabia News Service


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