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The MoU being signed

EHS collaborates with Dubai Pharmacy College for Girls

DUBAI, March 9, 2023

Emirates Health Services (EHS) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Dubai Pharmacy College for Girls to upskill students and EHS technical staff and support joint efforts in lifelong medical education programmes.
 
The MoU aims to facilitate the exchange of scientific expertise between the two entities to support and develop scientific research, promote innovation, advance the education of employees in all pharmaceutical specialisations, and provide training opportunities for female students. Other objectives include strengthening relations, building capacities, and raising the efficiency of EHS employees in the pharmaceutical sector.
 
The agreement was signed by Dr Abdullah Al-Naqbi, Acting Executive Director of the Supportive Health Services Sector at EHS, and Prof Dr Saeed Ahmed Khan, Dean of the Dubai Pharmacy College for Girls, with officials from both sides attending.
 
Strategic goals
Al-Naqbi stressed the importance of cooperation between EHS and the College to promote medical education, reflecting EHS' growing commitment to strengthening collaboration with various scientific institutions across the UAE, achieving common strategic goals, and providing top training services and professional development opportunities for employees. 
 
The new partnership also sets the stage for training a generation of academically and professionally empowered pharmacists capable of advancing innovation and scientific research and contributing effectively to developing professional programmes, Dr Al-Naqbi added.
 
As per the MoU, EHS will provide training opportunities for students from the Dubai Pharmacy College for Girls in its affiliated facilities, which contributes to achieving the two entities’ common goal to meet the highest scientific standards in training.
 
EHS has been expanding the scope of its strategic partnerships by signing a series of collaboration agreements and MoUs with health and scientific bodies and institutions at the local, regional, and international levels to facilitate the exchange of experiences and achieve its objectives to develop the healthcare sector.-- TradeArabia News Service
 



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