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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Medical Faculties to Upgrade in Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan Health Ministry and the Higher Education Ministry have come to an agreement to upgrade academic activities in all Medical Faculties in state universities.
A discussion was held at the Health Ministry with the participation of Health Ministry Secretary Dr. Nihal Jayatilleke and Higher Education Ministry Secretary Dr. Sunil Jayantha Nawaratne in this regard.

Health Minister Maithripala Sirisena has advised health authorities to release specialist doctors and consultant doctors from official duty from state hospitals to enable them to conduct lectures at Medical Faculties. Doctors will be released on priority basis.
A joint mechanism will be formulated to identify and address issues and shortcomings at Professor Units at Teaching Hospitals. A mechanism will also be formulated to decide the system of releasing specialist doctors and consultants for Medical Faculties.

1 comment:

  1. That's a good move. Also the Health Ministry and the Higher Education Ministry officials should ensure that according to the time tables given at Medical Colleges the lecturers/specialist Doctors attend and deliver the lectures to the medical students. Just releasing the consultants from official duty won't do.


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