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The Faculty Development and Enhancement Program

The College of Applied Medical Sciences has finished the Faculty Development and Enhancement Program on 9 March 2013. The last session of the program was “Problem Based Learning (principles & practice)” workshop.

Simulation Session in Collaboration with King Fahd Medical City

Simulation Session

College of Applied Medical Sciences, Emergency Medical Services, has organized a medical simulation session in collaboration with King Fahd Medical City Tuesday on 12 February 2013. The session was conducted by Dr. Rakan Alrasheed and Dr. Nawfal AlJerian.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Day

Emergency Medical Services (EMMS) Day

The College of Applied Medical Sciences, KSAU-HS has organized the first “Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Day” on 31 December 2012 honored by Prof. Youssef Al Eissa Vice President of Educational Affairs on behalf of his Excellency Dr. Bandar al Knawy President of King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences.

CAMS Students Visit to Jazan University

CAMS Students Visit to Jazan University

15-19 December 2012

Two of our students (Bander Alomayer, REST Batch3 and Mohammad Alshariy, CLSP, Batch4) with one Teaching Assistants (Mr. Abdulrahman Al Ghamdi) attended Gulf Inter College collaboration meeting conducted by Jazan University.

It was a good platform for mutual exchange of ideas and to learn from the best practices followed at various institutions.

CAMS Students Participation at the Diabetes Day

participation at the Diabetes Day

In order to create public awareness on Diabetics and its prevention/ cure, the Students of CAMS and Nursing conducted an awareness campaign in Othaim Mall on 14 November 2012 and Granada Mall on 27 November 2012.

The program proved to be a success generating considerable public interest and dissemination of diabetic’s related knowledge to the common people. The program received a total of 1041 visitors.

CAMS Students Participation at Hajj

CAMS Hajj Participation

The Hajj trip was a unique experience for the students.  The students interacted with more than 6000 patients during their stay.  They had an opportunity to see a number of rare cases which normally one gets to read only in books.  The students gained good knowledge and skills.

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