Under the patronage of the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, the closing conference of the MediTec project took place at the University of Jordan (UJ) on Wednesday.
The project, supported by the European Union within the Erasmus Plus program, is concerned with the development and integration of technology in medical education at the undergraduate level.
The purpose of the conference, which was inaugurated by UJ Vice President for Scientific Schools Affairs, Prof. Kifah Al-Jamani; is to display the outcomes of the project by the partner institutions.
The project supported and modernized the medical education in Jordan, Iraq, and Iran by establishing innovative training centers with immersive medical learning platform and realistic simulation models in order to improve the practical and soft skills for students in medical education in the three countries.
The conference activities also included a workshop for faculty and students, and a site visit to UJ hospital's facilities, including a visit to the Gamma Knife unit.