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The Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP) collaborated with Dataflow recently conducted a workshop at the Ministry of Public Health to introduce their new system pertaining to primary source verification of healthcare practitioners' certificates.
The initiative is expected to help achieve a number of strategic objectives for QCHP and will reflect positively on healthcare practitioners, stakeholders and encourage investment in the health sector in addition to providing high-quality, safe healthcare services, according to a statement.
The main purpose of the orientation was to introduce the QCHP's CPD Provider Accreditation System to the new CPD co-ordinators of the accredited providers.
After an introductory speech by Dr Samar Aboulsoud, CEO of QCHP, the members engaged in a fruitful discussion regarding their objectives for 2019 on how to improve CME/CPD in Qatar.
Dr Samar Aboulsoud, chief executive officer, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), has been selected to be among the best 100 CEOs in the Arab world.
The workshop, approved by the Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), targets nutrition workers, health educators and nurses in the health and education sectors.
The combined effort of these two organisations has made the seminar titled, "Physical Activity for Life" get accredited for five CPD points in Category - 1 by QCHP. Al Ahli Hospital applied for QCHP accreditation through Dr Loui al-Fakri, head of staff training and development.
Qatar Red Crescent (QRCS) medical training centre has held a training course on 'quality of performance and patient well-being' for 20 medical service providers in Qatar, as part of the continuing education programme of the Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP).
QNA Doha THE Qatari Council for Health Specialties (QCHP) at the Ministry of Public Health has reviewed its experience in continuing professional development of health practitioners in Qatar during its participation in the annual International Association for Medical Education (AMEE 2018) in Basel, Switzerland.
Tribune News Network Doha QATAR Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP), in collaboration with Dataflow, has conducted the second workshop on primary source verification of healthcare practitioners' certificates, at the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) recently.
Dr Abdul Azim Abdul Wahab, vice chairman of Qatar Cancer Society and the director of the scientific committee of the conference, said the conference comes under the category of continuous medical education as defined by the Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP)-Accreditation Department.
Tribune News Network Doha QATAR Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP) announces the signing of a contract with Gulf Bridge Services (GBS) that will provide services for primary source verification for registration/licensing of all healthcare practitioners.
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