The Meditec Lab of Excellence Was Inaugurated on September 17th Aiming at Improving the Practical and Soft Skills for Students in Medical Education

17 September 2019 | 00:00 Code : 69 News
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The MediTec Lab of Excellence (simulation center) was inaugurated on September 17th by Dr. Kordi (TUMS Vice-chancellor for Global strategies and international Affairs), some academics and staff from the office of International Relations, Clinical Skills Center, and School of Medicine aiming at improving the practical and soft skills for students in medical education.
The Meditec Lab of Excellence Was Inaugurated on September 17th Aiming at Improving the Practical and Soft Skills for Students in Medical Education

The MediTech project is part of the Erasmus Plus program in the form of a capacity building project. It aims to enhance the scientific and practical skills of medical professors and students in using Innovative equipment and simulated models.

 

The project was first launched in 2017 in partnership with universities and institutions from Iran, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Malta, Jordan and Iraq, with the financial support of the European Union. In other words, a consortium of five European universities, five Iraqi universities, five Jordanian universities and two Iranian universities are working together on the project, through which EU equipment and facilities have been donated to non-European universities.

 

This MediTech lab is integrated into the TUMS Clinical Skills Center to improve the practical and soft skills for students in medical education, and is located on the third floor of the University's Clinical Skills Center.


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