To produce the next generation of doctors trained through an integrated programme of medical education to meet the requirements of the Egyptian National Academic Reference Standards NARS and the UK GMC in training safe and effective medical practitioners for professional practice.
To enable students to gain knowledge and understanding of the conceptual and practical aspects of the basic medical and clinical sciences, relevant behavioural and social sciences, and the underlying principles of scientific method.
To develop the intellectual skills of students including problem solving and enquiry, critical analysis, logical thinking, clinical reasoning, and reflection.
To enable students to acquire the professional behaviours necessary to ensure the provision of high standards of medical practice to individuals, their families, the community and to be responsible for their personal and professional development and clinical practice.
To develop the proficiency of students in the basic clinical skills while recognising the limitations of their capabilities and acting in a patient-centred, safety conscious manner.
To develop core skills in verbal, written and electronic communication.
Professor of Health Professional Education, Head of Division of Medical Education. Former- MBChB Associate Programme Director for Academic Affairs, Year 1 & 2 Lead.
Professor of Health Psychology, MBChB Curriculum Chair, MBChB Lead for Behavioural and Social Sciences, MBChB Associate Lead for Assessment years 1 and 2.
Lecturer in Clinical Communication. Previously worked as an anatomy demonstrator.Manchester MBChB graduate and MSc Medical Humanities.