Social Accountability of Health Professional Education

20 June, 2018

The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH) and The University of Limerick (UL) are proud to invite you to

The Network: TUFH Conference 2018 (TUFH2018)

which will take place from 16 to 20 August in Limerick, Ireland.

More than 600 participants from 50 countries will explore how Health Professional Education and Training could be more socially accountable to communities and How those communities can be, and are, empowered to improve the health of those around them.

The conference is approved for 27.5 CDP credits and 4 GMS study leave.

Post conference 2 days training will take place in Maastricht University, Netherlands from 22 and 23 August, and will focus on How to Become an Effective Teacher and Working with Simulated Patients and how to involve the community in teaching

Register now!

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Dr Khalifa Elmusharaf, MBBS, PgCert, PgDip, FRSPH, PHD

Senior Lecturer in Public Health

Graduate Entry Medical School

University of Limerick, Ireland

HIFA profile: Khalifa Elmusharaf is Head of Reproductive & Child Health Research Unit, University of Medical Sciences & Technology, Sudan. He is a PhD researcher in Health System & Policy and the Head of Reproductive & Child Health Research Unit at Graduate College, University of Medical Sciences & Technology, Khartoum - Sudan. He is a certified consultant in Quantitative and Innovative Qualitative Research, with experience in community based initiatives, Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation & Research, Participatory Health Communications, Critical incidents technique, reflective photography, and health system & policy research. khalifa_elmusharaf AT