Dr. Ahmed Makhlouf, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Badr University in Cairo, announced that a training course was organized on how to deal with the Egyptian “Knowledge Bank”, and to make the most of “information, research, and academic books” in the fields of human medicine sciences of all kinds. Also, among the possibilities of the “Knowledge Bank” is to give educational courses, and then grant certificates accredited by the international platforms and bodies contracted with the “Knowledge Bank”.
The school of Medicine, BUC has organized the first scientific day. The event included representatives from many universities including Military Medical Academy, Ain shams university Faculty of Medicine, The Armed Forces Faculty of Medicine”, Cairo university Faculty of Medicine, Suez Canal Faculty of Medicine. The main aims of the scientific day were to explore the importance of pathology as an integral part in the clinical sciences and the possible role of pathology in multidisciplinary research work. The chemists have shared their experience through pathology department equipmentation while students have presented a breast cancer case covering all clinicopathologic aspects and illustrated their meeting with consultants at Baheya foundation for early screening and management of breast cancer through a recorded interview
The school of Medicine, BUC has organized pathology workshop. The workshop included presentations about important confusing points in pap smear. The main aims of the workshop were to explore Spotlights on Interpretation of Cervicovaginal Smears, Cytology of Premalignant and Malignant Cells in Pap Smears, and cervico-Vaginal Smear Cytology (Pap Test): Potential Diagnostic Pitfalls. Additionally slide seminar was done at the end of the day.