Strengthening Medical Education in Iraq

The UNC School of Medicine is hosting an forum about medical education in Iraq with speakers and a panel discussion on Aug. 19 at 6 p.m. in Carroll Hall.

When Aug 19, 2014
from 06:00 PM to 07:15 PM
Where Carroll Hall, UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication
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Speakers:

Dr. Hilal Al Saffar, Professor, Baghdad University School of Medicine
The State of Medical Education in Iraq Today 

Mr. John Drescher, Editor, News & Observer 
A Free Press: Great Countries are not afraid

Dr. Julie Byerley, Vice Dean, UNC School of Medicine
The New UNC Medical Student Curriculum: What has changed and why

Ms. Essra Bayoumi, 4th year medical student, UNC School of Medicine
Medical Students in Iraq and the United States: More alike than different

Dr. Cam Enarson, Vice Dean, UNC School of Medicine
The Importance of Accreditation in Supporting Educational Innovation

Panel Discussion

Four faculty members from the University of Baghdad School of Medicine
Problems confronting Physicians and Patients in Iraq

Moderators: Dr. Mike Brennan, Past President of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Dr. Cam Enarson, Vice Dean, UNC School of Medicine

Presented by:

UNC School of Medicine
University of Baghdad School of Medicine
International Medical Corps
The United States State Department