Medical Education With a Global Perspective
Joint Master of Health Professions Education
Maastricht University and Suez Canal University were old partners in carrying the torch of innovation in Medical Education for over three decades and were both founding members of the “Network of Community Partnerships for Health through Innovative Education, Service, and Research” now called “Towards Unity for Health” (TUFH). Being, both, problem-based medical schools allowed the exchange of experience over years and made lots of similarities between their institutional objectives, educational strategies, and training plans. Partnership between these two leading schools in the form of a “Joint Master of Health Professions Education” was not a coincidence, but a natural outcome to the long standing collaboration, and strong ties.
Dr. Dominique Waterval
Prof. Wagdy Talaat
Suez Canal University
The rationale behind this joint program is to combine the academic MU experience as a pioneering problem-based school in Europe with the practical SCU experience as a pioneering community-based and problem-based school in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Congrats Round 14 Graduates
Goodbye... The fellows of the Fourteenth batch of the Joint Master of Health Professions Education (JMHPE) who graduated April 2018 in the main Conference Hall of the Suez Canal University Hospital.
Medical Education Department
In 2001, the Medical Education Department at the Suez Canal University (MED-SCU) was established. It was the first department founded in Medical Education in all the Egyptian Universities and the Arab Region. MED-SCU provides Diplomas, Masters, and PhDs in Health Professions Education, as well as short-term training courses.
The Faculty of Medicine of Suez Canal University (FOM-SCU) is a Community-Based, Problem-Based, Student-Centered School. It has a reputable history in the field of medical education since 1977. It has provided a repository for resources such as consultants, innovative curricula, data sets, syllabi and instructional material to a number of HPEI in Egypt and the Eastern Mediterranean Region. In 1987, it was declared as WHO Collaborating Center for Medical Education and continued to be so till now. In 2010, it was declared by the Egyptian National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education as the first accredited Higher Education Institution in Egypt.