Medicine

Interactive Rheumatology

  • Learning Outcome: (1) Approach to patients with Inflammatory backache, polyarthritis. (2) Challnges in treating Rheumatoid arthritis (3) How not to miss Lupus?
  • Who should attend: UG students, PG trainees, General Physicians, Consultants
  • Facilitator:  Dr. Babar Saleem, Fauji Foundation Hospital, Rawalpindi.
Surgery

Advances in Coloprocotology

  • Learning Outcome: To apprise and train the participants about advances in important areas of benign ano-rectal diseases especially obstructed defecation and complex peri-anal fistulae.
  • Who should attend:  PG trainees, Assistant Consultants, Consultants
  • Facilitator:  Dr. Qamar Kiyani, Associate Professor of Surgery, Shifa International Hospitals Ltd.
Medical Education

Communication Skills: The spoken and unspoken communication

  • Learning Outcome: (1) Demonstrate the significance of communication skills. (2) Illustrate the components and the process of communication. (3) Identify and overcome various barriers of communication skills. (4) Display effective communication skills. (5) Perform at various levels of listening.
  • Who should attend: Undergraduate students, PG trainees, Medical officers, Assistant Consultants
  • Facilitator: Dr. Fouzia Abdus Samad, Fauji Foundation Hospital, Rawalpindi.

Stress Management: Work - Life Balance

  • Learning Outcome: (1) To see the effect of different interventions on baseline stress levels of PG students. (2) Defining and exploring the impact of stress on daily living. (3) To identify major stressors in the lives of the participants and teaching appropriate stress management techniques. (4) Teaching Progressive Muscle Relaxation as a stress management activity. (5) Understanding the role of social support and integrating it in our daily lives as an essential part of stress management.
  • Who should attend: PG students
  • Facilitator: Prof. Dr. Nabia Tariq, Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University, Islamabad.

Building and leading a team as an educational leader

  • Learning Outcome: (1) To Promote understanding of why a group of people need to be a team. (2) To Ensure the team has adequate knowledge to accomplish its task. (3) People must work closely together, wear many hats and work effectively across the organization to get tasks accomplished quickly enough to remain competitive.
  • Who should attend: Doctors from basic and clinical sciences involved in educational activities
  • Facilitator: Dr. Sadia Chaudhry, ENT Specialist, Fauji Foundation Hospital, Rawalpindi.

Teacher's skills for effective written feedback

  • Learning Outcome: (1) Recognize factors that hinder or promote utilization of feedback. (2) Develop skills to provide balance feedback. 
  • Who should attend: Educators
  • Facilitator: Prof. Dr. Raisa Gul, Dean FNM, Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University, Islamabad.

Significance of Course Alignment

  • Learning Outcome: (1) Recognize and appreciate the value of alignment in curriculum development and delivery. (2) Develop skills for identifying coherence in various component of a course. (3) Apply the concept of curriculum alignment in a unit/module/course. 
  • Who should attend: Educators
  • Facilitator: Ms. Nafisa Iqbal, Associate Professor, Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University, Islamabad.

Qualitative Data Analysis

  • Learning Outcome: (1) Describe important terms related to data Analysis. (2) Appreciate various approaches to data analysis. (3) Differentiate between different ways (levels) of content analysis. (4) Describe the process of content analysis.
  • Who should attend: Educators
  • Facilitator:  Prof. Dr. Raisa Gul, Dean FNM, Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University, Islamabad.

Quantiative Data Analysis

  • Learning Outcome: (1) Follow the Basic steps of Data entry. (2) Apply statistical test. (3) Generate reports and convert it to the desired format.
  • Who should attend: Medical, Nursing & Allied students & professionals, PG students/trainees
  • Facilitator: Shams Ul Huda, Assistant Professor, Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University, Islamabad.
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Nursing & Midwifery

Evidence Based Nursing Practice

  • Learning Outcome: (1) Recognize the link between EBN and nursing research. (2) Identify a question of enquiry from their practice area using PICO format. (3) Describe the concept of evidence-based practice. (4) Appreciate the elements of EBP and PICO. 
  • Who should attend: Registered Nurses, Nursing students, Nursing faculty
  • Facilitator: Shams Ul Huda, Assistant Professor, Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University, Islamabad.
Rehabilitation Sciences