Umm Al-Qura University

Umm Al-Qura University

Dean of University Studies for Girls Attends Meeting of Research Projects Priorities




Dr. Hala bint Said Al-Amoudi, the Dean of the University Studies for Girls, attended the meeting that was organized by the Deanship of Scientific Research on Sunday 6th Safar 1438H at the King Adulaziz Hall, Abediyah Campus for Men and broadcasted to Khoquir Hall, Al-Zahir Headquarters for Girls. The meeting discussed the priorities of research projects in the domain of "Patients' Safety."

Dr. Al-Amoudi was warmly received by Dr. Hnady bint Muhammad Buhairi, the Vice-Dean for Quality, Development and Academic Accreditation, in the presence of the female Vice-Deans for Scientific Research and for other UQU Deanships and Colleges, in addition to UQU female Heads of Departments.

The event started with a breathtaking Qur'anic recitation followed by a speech given by Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Ahdal, the Dean for Scientific Research, in which he welcomed both the President of Umm Al-Qura University (UQU) and the participants.

On this occasion, President of Umm Al-Qura University (UQU), Dr. Bakri Bin M'atooq Assas, gave a speech in which he insisted on the significance of the role scientific research played in community renaissance and the contribution thereof in peoples' development. He confirmed that UQU, with the support of both the rulers (May Allah bless them!) and Dr. Ahmed bin Muhammad Al Eisa, the Minister of Education, spared no attention to such domain, which was reflected in its social and national role.

Then, the Deanship started a presentation that uncovered studies and recommendations in the domains of patients' health. The presentation tackled the file of fatal medical mistakes and the statistics thereof, reports published by the National Patient Safety Foundation, reports by the Center for Patient Safety Research and Practice, as well as discussions presented by the World Health Organization. Besides, the presentation discussed the annual awareness campaigns. The meeting was concluded by replying to interventions.

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