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The Dean of faculty of Medicine and the deanship congratulate medical students, teaching and administrative staff and all Arab and Muslim worlds on Eid Al-Adha that shines with the first light rays of Tuesday July 20th, 2021. They wish pilgrims the acceptance and blessings, and wish every one who fasted, prayed and did the good deeds in the first ten days of 'Thee AlHijja'; the arabic holy month and Arafah day to have these good deeds accepted by Allah.

Happy Eid for All

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 Adrenaline batch which graduated at the end of the academic year 2020-2021 recited the medical oath in a ceremony held today ( Sunday / July11th, 2021) in one of the large halls in Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah II halls complex in the YU campus.  The ceremony was under patronage of the University President: Prof. 'Nabeel Hailat' with attendance of vice-presidents, the Dean of Faculty of medicine Prof. Khaldoon Bashaireh, vice dean, the dean asisstants, and the heads of departments in Faculty of Medicine. 

ِAfter the speech of the president and the dean, the students recited the oath after the dean. Then the students and the deanship faculty took the memorial photo with the presidency team.

The preventive procedures, distancing and the maximum number of attendees were taken in consideration during the short ceremony. Faculty of Medicine congratulates the graduates and their families, and wish them the best in their professional life.

 

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Prof. Bashaireh the Dean  (to the right) , and Dr. Awwad in the Arab Board Exam loaction

Faculty of Medicine/Yarmouk university was represented in the Arab Board Exam in Orthopedics that was held from June 1st till June 3rd, 2021.

Prof. Khaldoun Bashaireh , the dean of faculty of Medicine is a member of the scientific committee of Orthopedic surgery in the Arab Board of Health Specializations, This commitees is the one responsible for organizing the Arab Board exam in Orthopedics and certifying its results. he was a committee examiner in the exam.   Dr. Mohammad Akram Awwad, the assistant professor in Orthopedic surgery in CMS departemnt of Faculty of Medicine/YU and a member in the Orthopedics scientific committee in Jordanian board exam contributed as a guest examiner.

The exam was held in the sister Faculty of Medicine @ Hashemite university in the skills lab. More than eighty candidates from all over the Arab world applied for this clinical exam. The examiners were a mixture of Orthopedic surgeons and professors in Orthopedics from different Arab countries as well as orthopedic surgeons from Jordan as it hosts this edition.

In the closing ceremony of the exam, a number of arab doctors talked and thanked Hashemite University and all the staff who shared in the success of the event. Dr. Khaldoon Al-Bashaireh gave a brief speech in which he thanked the Hashemite University and its officials who hosted the three-day event especially Dr. Firas Dabboobi the vice-Dean and the assistant professor of Orthopedics in Hashemite University who was the local host representative in the organizing committee and Dr. Firas Al-Husban who was the representative of the Arab board in the oragnizing committee. Dr. Bashaireh praised the efforts done by Royal Medical Services in this exam as well as any staff member who helped in making this event successful.

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Date of publication: July 7th, 2021

The Deanship of Faculty of Medicine/ YU reminds the medical students in the clinical years of the coming academic year 2021-2022 to get their COVID-19 vaccination done before the start of the new academic year clinical training. This comes in line with our keenness on a safe return of our medical students to clinical training. It's noteworthy that the sixth year training will start on July 11th, 2021.

The deanship is happy to answer any inquiries regarding this issue.

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The administration of Yarmouk University via public relations department announced today May 27th, 2021 the schedule of COVID 19 vaccination for the medical students and the teaching and administrative staff in Faculty of Medicine/ YU.

The announcement is as follows:

'Yarmouk University starts the COVID 19 vaccination campaign next Saturday May 29th, 2021 that comes in collaboration with ministry of high education and scientific research and ministry of health (M.O.H.). The campaign continues for two days ( Saturday and Sunday).  The targets of this announcement are medical students in the clinical years (4th, 5th and 6th years) , administrative and academic staff of Faculty of Medicine /YU and administrative and academic staff of Al-Husn and Irbid university colleges who are qualified to take the vaccine and who have already registered in the M.O.H. vaccination platform  https://vaccine.jo/cvms/ .

Those who were called to get vaccinated has to head to Conferences and seminars building beside the Presidency building to get vaccinated by qualified trained nurses from Yarmouk University health center. The campaign starts at 8:30 am till 2pm in each of the campaign two days.

Mr. Mokhles AlEbbeeni , the head of public relations department  and the spokesman of Yarmouk University called the family of the university to cooperate with the campaign by registering in the M.O.H. vaccination platform, and to get the vaccine. This step will be a major help to the national efforts of the COVID 19 pandemic standoff. The success of this campaign will lead to a safe return of the academic life inside the university campus. Mr. AlEbbeeni stressed on the necessity of determining the (business sector) field in the form as (Education sector) during filling the registeration form in the platform.'

The Faculty of Medicine deanship calls all our students and staff to cooperate with this campaign announced by the presidency. We expect you all to be a role model to our colleagues in the university. Let's make it happen and return back to our campus for learning and teaching as soon as possible.

Thank you so much.

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