Medical Education in Arab Universities: A Time for Questions?

Journal Title: Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal - Year 1999, Vol 1, Issue 1


The medieal edueatian facilities in the Arab world are becoming -or perhaps already are - equivalent ta these at" the developed enuntties. Mare than 50 modem niedieal sehedls, designed an the western style and supparted by state-of-the- haspitals, provide high quality training far theusands at" students each year. This is heartening, but in the process of imparting a westernized medical edueatian, are we ignoring the rich Arab legaey in the field ef medicine?

Authors and Affiliations

A. Al-Hussaini| Department of Behavioural Medicine, Sultan Qaboos University, P. O.Box 35, AI-Khod 123, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman


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A. Al-Hussaini (1999). Medical Education in Arab Universities: A Time for Questions?. Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal, 1(1), 3-4.