Commission for Health Specialties has entered into an agreement with Royal
College of Ireland in Dublin, aiming to review specialty certificate in family
medicine and to provide an analytical study on program implementation level in
a number of training centers in the kingdom as a preliminary steps towards
setting up academics to training and graduation of family physicians and to
increase the capacity of current programs.
agreement, which has been entered into recently has included offering
e-education programs to the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties.
agreement, comes under the umbrella of Saudi Commission for Health Specialties’
attempt to enhance the training programs for postgraduate studies and to
increase capacity in Saudi specialty certificates in cooperation with Royal
Boards and Colleges of Physicians.
Secretary-General of Saudi Commission for Health Specialties Dr. Ayman Asaad Abdo, and his
accompanying delegation, have visited the Royals College of Ireland for
Physicians, and he has held a meeting with its President and with a number of
its members, discussing through it a number of topics among which, following up
implementation of agreement conditions singed in Riyadh between Saudi
Commission for Health Specialties and Royal College on Dhul-hijja 1437H.
The Secretary-General and the accompanying delegation,
have also met a number of Saudi Specialty certificate (Saudi Board) holders,
who have been sent for study on scholarship basis to Ireland in order to complete
training in a number of precise specialties such as Cardiology, Digestive
System, Rheumatism and etc.