Abu Dhabi: In an effort to enhance collaboration in research, skills development and academics, Burjeel Hospital Abu Dhabi and its affiliates (BHAD&A) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with RAK Medical and Health Sciences University (RAKMHSU).
Burjeel Hospitals, the flagship brand of Burjeel Holdings, seeks to elevate the standard of medical care and research outcomes through such partnerships that support healthcare education, training and learning resources to the highest standards. high.
The agreement was signed under the direction and patronage of His Highness Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Ras Al-Khaimah, represented by Dr. Yasser Al Nuaimi, Member of the Board of Trustees, RAKMHSU and Dr. S. Gurumadhva Rao, Chairman. , RAKMHSU.
“Our combination with BHAD&A will strengthen our mission to prepare future healthcare professionals to develop their clinical skills, leadership and place them at the frontiers of knowledge, and enable them to take advantage of opportunities. The MoU will also pave the way for the promotion of joint research in areas of mutual interest and the development of industry-aligned skills. Such collaborations are key aspects in the development of the country’s medical education and a step towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goal by 2030. We look forward to a fruitful association with BHAD&A,” said the Dr Rao.
In accordance with the agreement, Burjeel Hospitals and RAKMHSU will collaborate on academic activities and research, including internship training and faculty exchange through the online mode. Both entities seek to provide and exchange scientific publications and research materials between libraries.
“The collaboration aligns with our efforts to provide exceptional healthcare services by launching different initiatives, including academic ones. We look forward to working closely with RAKMHSU to explore opportunities in research, education, training and skills development, which will boost the regional and global competitiveness of the UAE healthcare sector. said Professor Abdel Rahman Ahmed Omer, CEO of Burjeel. Abu Dhabi Hospital.
Burjeel and RAKMHSU Hospitals have also decided to participate and collaborate in scientific events and will extend information and invitations to academic and non-academic staff to participate in scientific meetings, symposia, seminars, workshops and conferences.
Research collaboration between the two entities is also part of the agreement in which Burjeel and RAKMHSU agreed to allow joint research in the area of mutual interest. In addition, they will help each other in case of shortages in the supply of relevant materials and the use of equipment necessary for research.