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Scholarly Activities (Intellectual participation and contributions of QCHP-AD)

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The Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Accreditation Department (QCHP-AD) actively engages and participates in wide range of scholarly activities at local and international level that are a precedence to promoting a learning culture and professional development.  The main aim being to share information with the growing CPD community in the State of Qatar.

 

This webpage provides an overview of QCHP-AD’s participation in the scholarly activities since its establishment.  This is one way of communicating to the stakeholders and public about the current developments in medical education.  As a Regulatory authority for the medical education in State of Qatar, QCHP-AD deems it important to share our achievements and engage with CPD community.

 

The webpage provides links to abstracts/publications or information of key scholarly activities undertaken by QCHP-AD either on its own or in collaboration with other national and international organizations of repute. The participation in scholarly activities by QCHP-AD is now primarily a part of strategic planning and KPIs that are reported annually to the Ministry of Public Health, Q​atar. 

 

The webpage will be regularly updated as deemed appropriate.  We hope that you find it resourceful.

 

The participation of QCHP-AD in scholarly activities is presented by date:​

​1.   Qatar Patient safety week; 16 - 22 September 2018, Doha-Qatar

         Panel discussion: Leadership and Accountability

       Invited Speaker: Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare ​​Practitioners, Doha, Qatar 

​       2.   Cologne consensus conference13-14 /09/2018, Ottawa, Canada -Accreditors from Around the World - Provider Accreditation Systems.

       What do we know about the value of accreditation, our providers, their CME activities, and their learners?

       Invited Speaker: Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare ​​Practitioners, Doha, Qatar 

​       3.   Doha International Family Institute (DIFI), 26 September 2018

         Panel discussion: Supporting Families and Children in Hospital in Qatar: Policy Discussion and Recommendations

       Invited Speaker: Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare ​​Practitioners, Doha, Qatar 

​       4.   Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE, Basel – Switzerland, August 25 – 29, 2018​

a.     Short Communications: Curriculum Development 
Chairperson: Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Doha

b.    Poster: Towards National Needs Assessment – Perceived CPD Needs of Qatar Healthcare Practitioners

       Authors: Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar
Dr. Essam Elsayed Abdelrafaa Elsayed, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar
Click here for the Poster

c.    Short Communications: CPD Accreditation Surveyor Training: The Qatar Experience

       Authors: Ayesha Siddiqa Hussain, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Doha,Qatar 
Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar
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​       5.   Continuing Professional Development in the State of Qatar: needs, available resources and                                  compliance of the dental professionals
(published, March 2018)

       Publication: Universe Scientific Publishing: Advances in Higher Education

       Authors: Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare​ ​​Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Dr. Essam Elsayed Abdelrafaa Elsayed, Qatar Council For Health Practitioners, Doha, Qatar

http://ojs.usp-pl.com/index.php/Advances-in-Higher-Education/article/view/966

        6.   ​Annual Research Conference – 2018 (ARC’18) by Qatar Foundation in Doha – Qatar, March 19-21,                   2018

a.    Poster: Promotion of Assessment activities via The National CME/CPD framework of State of Qatar Health System

       Authors: Ayesha Siddiqa Hussain, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar 
Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud,Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners,Doha, Qatar 
Noora Rashid Al Enazi; Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar
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b.    Poster: Qatar National CME/CPD System: A tool to ensure health and Patient safety

       Authors: Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners,  Doha, Qatar 
Aisha Nasser Al kuwari; Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar 
Ayesha Siddiqa Hussain; Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, ​Qatar
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c.    Poster: Towards National Needs Assessment: Perceived CPD needs of Qatar Healthcare Practitioners

       Authors: Essam Elsayed; Qatar Council For Health ​​Practitioners, Doha, Qatar 
Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud,Qatar Council For Health ​​Practitioners, Doha, Qatar
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d.    Poster: EPortfolio – A convenient portal for participation in continuing professional development activities in the State of Qatar

       Authors: Essam Elsayed; Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar 
Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Health ​​Practitioners, Doha, Qatar Hosnah Salih Hamid, Qatar Council For Health ​​Practitioners, Doha, Qatar
Click here for the Poster

​       7.   ​​College of Pharmacy, Qatar University Conference "Medication Sector in Qatar: Hand in Hand                         facing the Blockade" March 2018, Doha, Qatar.

         Title: Addressing And Sustaining Human Capital Development For Health Through Professional Development In Qatar.

       Speaker: Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Health ​​Practitioners, Doha, Qatar 

       8.   Alliance for continuing education in the health professions annual conference. January                                     2018,Orlando,USA

         Workshop: A Means to an End: Achieving Patient Satisfaction Through Culturally Sensitive Communication.

       Authors: Dr. Samar Mohamed Hassona Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Health ​​Practitioners, Doha, Qatar 
Miriam Uhlmann, AO Foundation - AO Education Institute, Duebendorf, Switzerland 
Chitra Subramaniam, AO Foundation - AO North America, Paoli, USA


1.    Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE, Finland, August 2017)

a.   WORKSHOP: Global Vs. Local: The strength of education developed with culturally diverse teams.
Authors:  Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar; ​
Chitra Subramaniam,  AO Foundation - AO North America, Paoli, USA
Miriam Uhlmann,  AO Foundation - AO Education Institute, Duebendorf, Switzerland;

b.    Poster: Identifying Continuing Professional Development practice gaps of Primary Care
Physicians in the State of Qatar: A perceived needs assessment

Authors:  Laudy Mattar, Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar,
Deema Al-Sheikhly, Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar,
Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Jennifer Gordon, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada,
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada,
Thurayya Arayssi, Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar,

c.     Poster : National CPD Framework for State of Qatar Health System: One year journey of implementation

Authors:  Ayesha Siddiqa Hussain,  Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar
Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Essam Elsayed Abdelrafaa, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar
Click here for the Poster

2.    12th International Medical Educatio​n Conference (IMEC–2017) 7 - 9 April 2017

National CPD Program and Accreditation System for State of Qatar– Unified framework for all
Invited Speaker: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Click here for the Abstract

3.    Annual Alliance Conference (ACEhp) January 26-30, 2017 at San Francisco, U. S. A. 

​​a.   ​POSTER: (173552) Comparative study between National CPD Accreditation System of State of Qatar and Joint Accreditation for Interprofessional Education in the United States of America

Authors:  Ayesha Siddiqa Hussain,  Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar
Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Essam Elsayed Abdelrafaa, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar
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b.    Authors(175036) Continuing Professional Development for Dental Health Professionals in the State of Qatar: What is available? and what is needed?

Authors:  Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Essam Elsayed Abdelrafaa, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar
Asmaa Alkhtib, Oral health, Primary Health Care Corporation, Doha-Qatar
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c.    POSTER: (175037) Continuing Professional Development of Allied Health Professionals in the State of Qatar: Are There Adequate Resources for Quality Education?​

Authors:  Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Essam Elsayed Abdelrafaa, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar
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d.    WORKSHOP: Continuing Professional Development of Allied Health Professionals in the State of Qatar: Are there adequate resources for quality education?

Presenters:  Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Essam Elsayed Abdelrafaa, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar


e.    ORAL PRESENTATION : Cultural Diversity In CPD Accreditation Systems

Presenters:  Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Jennifer Gordon, Associate Director, CPD, Royal College 0f Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada;
Graham McMahon, President and Chief Executive Officer, Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, Chicago, Illinois; 
Amy L. Smith, Senior Manager, CME Credit System and Compliance, American Academy of Family Physicians, Leawood, Kansas;
Mark Staz, Director, CPD, Federation of State Medical Boards, Euless, Texas 

​1.   SM J Public Health Epidemiol. 2016; 2(3): 1031

Publication: Assessing Patients’ Understanding, Provider’s Participatory Decision-Making, and Communication among Type 2 Diabetic Patients and Their Impact on Diabetes Self-Management in Qatar’s Primary Healthcare Centers.

Authors:Aboulsoud S, Chehab MAH, Mujalli HAl, Chief PC, Habboub A and Selim N.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/315330928_Assessing_Patients'_Understanding_Provider's_Participatory_Decision-Making and Communication among Type 2 Diabetic Patients and Their Impact on Diabetes Self-Management_in_Qatar's_Primary_Healthcare ​

2.    Pharmacy Education” [online] Volume 16 (October 2016).

Publication: "Pharmacist and pharmacy student perceptions of a competency-based national licensing exam for entry to pharmacy practice in Qatar:  A Qualitative study” 

Authors: Reardon, Jillian, Rainkie, Daniel, Black, Emily, Wilby, Kyle, Mukhalalati, Banan, Aboulsoud, Samar, Khalifa, Sherief, AND Austin, Zubin.

http://pharmacyeducation.fip.org/pharmacyeducation/article/view/504 

3.   KPI CONFERENCE DUBAI, October 2016

Lessons From Measuring Performance At The Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners

Invited speaker: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;

4.    Global Alliance for Medical Education (GAME) (Barcelona, August 2016):

International Perspectives on Accreditation and the Role of Industry in CE.

Invited speaker: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;

(QCHP and RCCI participated in a joint panel presentation and discussion)

5.    Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE, Barcelona, August 2016)

International Perspectives on Accreditation and the Role of Industry in Continuing Education.

Invited speaker: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;

6.    East Mediterranean Health Journal, 2016 July 10;22(4):251-7

Publication: ​Objective Structured clinical examination for pharmacy students in Qatar: cultural and contextual barriers to assessment.

Authors: K.J. Wilby, E.K. Black,Z. Austin, B. Mukhalalati, S. Aboulsoud and S.I. Khalifa

http://search.proquest.com/docview/1806216160?pq-origsite=gscholar 

7.    BMC Medical Education

Accounting for Cultural Norms in the Development of an Interprofessional Multisource Feedback Process for Health Care Professionals​

8.    JECME

Publication: Roles and responsibilities in the provision of accredited CME/CPD

Authors: Reinhard Griebenow, Craig Campbell, Graham T. McMahon, Kate Regnier, Jennifer Gordon, Eugene Pozniak, Peter Kearney, Daiana Stolz, Amir Qaseem, Klaus Lieb, Gerd Antes, Samar Aboulsoud, Helmut König, Dirk Schulenburg, Hans Gehle, Peter Mills, Lampros Michalis, Heinz Weber, Robert Schaefer. 

Journal of European CME,  6:1, 1314416, DOI: 10.1080/21614083.2017.1314416

Roles and Responsibilities in the Provision of Accredited Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Professional Development

9.    Journal for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (JCEHP): June 2016,

Publication: “Evolving Alignment in International Continuing Professional Development Accreditation”.

Authors: Graham T. McMahon, Samar Aboulsoud, Jennifer Gordon, Mindi McKenna, James Meuser, Mark Staz, Craig Campbell.

http://journals.lww.com/jcehp/Abstract/2016/03631/Evolving_Alignment_in_International_Continuing.7.aspx 

10.    World Congress for Continuing Professional Development (WCCPD) in San Diego, U.S.A.,                                        from March 17-19, 2016

a.   WORKSHOP: CPD without Borders: Accreditation around the World

Presenters: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada,
Jennifer Gordon, Associate Director, CPD, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; 
Graham McMahon, President and Chief Executive Officer, Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, Chicago, Illinois;
Amy Outschoorn, Mindi McKenna,
Mark Staz, Director, CPD, Federation of State Medical Boards, Euless, Texas 

b.   ORAL PRESENTATION: Development of a National CPD System for all Healthcare Practitioners: The Qatar Plan.​

Authors: Jennifer Gordon, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;
Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;
Mya Warken
, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada

c.   POSTER: Can CPD Accreditation Systems Promote Inter-professional Learning and Assessment?

Authors: Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;
Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Ayesha Siddiqa Hussain,  Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar
Hosnah AgbanQatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar
Click here for the Poster

 

d.   POSTER: Comparative CME/CPD frameworks and accreditation systems in GCC

Authors: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Ayesha Siddiqa Hussain, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;
Hosnah Agban, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners, Ministry of Public Health, Doha-Qatar
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e.   POSTER: Managing Innovation and Change: The science and art of decision-making

Authors: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;​
Jennifer Gordon, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;
Mya Warken, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada
Click here for the Poster

f.   POSTER: Developing and Piloting National CPD Accreditation Standards for Qatar.

Authors: Mya Warken, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada
Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;
Jennifer Gordon, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;

11.   Introducing the Qatar model for licensure, CPD and accreditation, Oman Board for Medical                                    Specializations, 2 day workshop - 20-21 January 2016

Invited speaker: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;

1.   Khorfakkan Conference, October 25, 2015, UAE

CPD and quality improvement in healthcare.

Invited speaker: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;

2.   National Health Strategy, Qatar – October 2015

Together For Integrated Care, Annual National Health Strategy Event

Invited Panelist: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;

3.   International Academy for CPD Accreditation Meeting:

The meeting was held in Doha – Qatar on October 8, 2015, at Qatar National Convention Center 

4.   The International Society for Quality in Health Care -ISQua (Doha, October 4 – 7, 2015)

a.   ORAL PRESENTATION:The Instrumental Role of the National CPD Program in Promoting the Culture of Continuous Quality Improvement and Patient Safety in Qatar’s Healthcare System

Authors: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud,Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha, Qatar;
Heba Elbanaway,Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha, Qatar;
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada
Jennifer Gordon, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada; 

b.   Qatar’s national CPD accreditation system: More knowledge, better patient care!, ISQUA preconference workshop, October 4TH   2015 DOHA, QATAR

Invited speaker: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council For Healthcare​ Practitioners, Doha, Qatar;

c.   POSTER: Qatar’s CPD Framework – A Lifelong Experience that Complements Healthcare Quality Improvement

Authors: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha, Qatar;
Ayesha S. Hussain, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha, Qatar
Hosnah Hamid Agban, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha, Qatar;
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada
Jennifer Gordon, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;​
Click here for the Poster

5.   Cologne Consensus Conference: providers in accredited CME/CPD 11–12 September 2015,                                             Cologne, Germany.

Publication:http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3402/jecme.v5.31437?scroll=top&needAccess=true 

6.   Cologne Consensus Conference Sept. 12th, 2015

Developing Qatar’s national CPD framework and accreditation system: A story worth sharing.

Invited speaker: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud​, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha, Qatar;

7.   Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE, Scotland September 5-9, 2015)

a.   Short communication: A national CPD system for all healthcare practitioners:  The Qatar Plan

Authors: Jennifer Gordon, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;​
Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud​, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha, Qatar;
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa, Canada;

Click here for the Short Communication

​b.   Short communication:  Reflections on the National CPD Accreditation Standards for Qatar- Feedback from Accredited CPD Providers

Authors: Hosnah Agban , Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha;
Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha;
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa
Click here for the Short Communication 

c.   POSTER: Developing and piloting the national  CPD Accreditation standards for Qatar

Authors: Mya Warken, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa;
Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha;
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa;
Jennifer Gordon, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa;
Click here for the Poster

d.   POSTER: Comparative CME/CPD frameworks and accreditation systems in GCC

Authors: Ayesha Siddiqa Hussain, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha;
Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha;
Hosnah Salih Hamid Agban, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha;
Craig Campbell, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Office of Specialty Education, Ottawa;
Click here for the Poster

8.   AACP & AFPC Annual Meeting July 11–15, 2015 Maryland Washington,

D.C

     POSTER: Pharmacist and Pharmacy Student Perceptions of a Competency-Based National Licensing Exam in Qatar

     Publication:

http://www.aacp.org/meetingsandevents/AM/2015/Documents/abstracts/ResearchEdu/Cont_Prof_Edu/Pharmacist_and_Pharmacy_Student_Perceptions_of_a_Competency-BasedNational_Licensing_Exam_in_Qatar.pdf

9.   ANZAHPE/AMEA 2015 Conference. Newcastle, Australia.  April 1, 2015.

Cumulative OSCE in Qatar: A pilot project for the Middle East.

Authors: Wilby KJ, Black EK, Austin Z, Aboulsoud S, Mukhalalati B, Khalifa S.

10.   Innovations in Global Medical and Health Education (IGMHE) to discuss avenues for continued                               collaboration on Jan 18, 2015 at Four Seasons Hotel by Weill Cornell Medical College, Qatar

       POSTER: A National CPD framework for the healthcare system in Qatar: the need & value of aligning with Qatar’s National Health Strategy

Authors: Samar Mohamed Hassona A. Aboulsoud, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha;
Heba Elbanawy, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha;
Ayesha Siddiqa Hussain, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha;
Jamal Rashid Al Khanji, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), Supreme Council of Health, Doha;
Click here for the Poster

1.   Advancing pharmacy practice in Qatar: a regulator-academia partnership model Launch of 2014                             academic year CPPD program , Qatar University, September 2014


1.   A Different PDCA: Plan-Do-Coach- Accelerate. The Importance of Project Coaches in Learning                                Quality Improvement and Accelerating Care Improvement: ACGME annual conference,                                            ​Orlando, USA, March 2013​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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