9th Conference: Medical Education in Palestine – a Holistic Approach

The faculty of Medicine at the Islamic University of Gaza in cooperation with the Palestinian Medical Forum “Student Branch” held in October 2021 the 9th international conference of the College of Medicine and the first International Medical Student Conference under the title:
“Medical Education in Palestine – A Holistic approach”.
The conference addressed the reality of medical education and training in Palestine and shed light on the challenges, obstacles, and means of development to empower beneficiaries (students and residents) and grant them the opportunity to influence decision-making.

Conference aims:

  1. To shed light on the reality of medical education and medical training in Palestine
  2. To review the relevant local and international experiences in medical education and medical training
  3. To enhances students’ ability to discover challenges and draw solutions
  4. To provide a forum for stakeholders and decision-makers in medical education and medical training in Palestine
  5. To review the most significant challenges and obstacles facing medical education and medical training in Palestine
  6. To provide a networking platform for educational institutions and medical student frameworks in Palestine
  7. To formulate recommendations that support the development of medical education and medical training in Palestine

Conference themes:

Click here to download conference abstracts

The conference included a total of twenty abstracts, titled as follows:

  1. Comparison of Medical students’ Learning Approaches Between Electronic and Hard Copy Team-Based Learning
  2. Evaluation of Medical Internship Programme at the Ministry of Health in Gaza
  3. The Effect of Quality Improvement Initiatives Including Continuous Training Programs in Neonatal Morbidity and Mortality Indicators in Gaza, Palestine
  4. Perceptions of Students Regarding E-learning During Covid-19 at the medical school in the Islamic University of Gaza.
  5. The Future Use of Technology in Medical Education After the Era of COVID-19 Pandemic: Literature Review of Recent Publications and Experiences
  6. Medical Students› Perception of Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE): A Feedback for Process Improvement
  7. Perceptions of Students Regarding E-learning During Covid-19 at the Medical School in the Islamic University of Gaza.
  8. Awareness Levels Regarding Continuous Medical Education Activities Among Health-Care Professionals in the Gaza Strip: A Cross-Sectional Study
  9. Assessment of Medical Education in Palestine during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
  10. Effect of online learning due to COVID-19 on mental health among medical students in Gaza City
  11. Experience of E-Learning in Medical Education During Covid-19 in Gaza Strip
  12. Factors Influencing specialty Choice Among Palestinian Medical School Graduates
  13. Prevalence of Stress, Anxiety and Depression Among Medical Students in The Gaza Strip: A Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study
  14. Surgical Skills Evaluation for Obstetric Residents at Al-Shifa Maternity Hospital
  15. Clinical Learning Environment in the Gaza Strip: Perceptions of Medical Students
  16. التحديات التي تواجه طلبة كلية الطب في الجامعات الفلسطينية في المرحلة السريريةوسبل التغلب عليها
  17. الكفايات التعليمية الرقمية اللازمة لمعلمي كلية الطب في ظل جائحة COVID-19
  18. الضغوط والانهاك النفسي لدى خريجي كليات الطب في الجامعات الفلسطينية – دراسة نوعية
  19. تصور مقترح لتوظيف تقنية «الواقع المعزز» في تدريس مناهج كلية الطب
  20. المثابرة وحل المشكلات لدى طلبة كليتي الطب والهندسة في الجامعة الإسلامية
x