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Research in Medical Education 2017, 9(1): 71-67 Back to browse issues page
Identify Aspects of Scientific Authority in Babol University of Medical Sciences
Y Yahyapour, J Aghatabar-Roudbari *, N Nikbakhsh, S Mouodi S
Vice Chancellor for Education, Babol University of Medical Sciences, babol, Iran , j.aghatabar@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Acquisition of scientific authority has been emphasized in the health policies of the Supreme Leader. Identification and take benefits from the capabilities of medical universities provide opportunities for developing of the country, in this regards , it is necessary to identify and present the most important capabilities of each medical university. Babol University of Medical Sciences as one of the health higher education based on innovation and evolution program in medical education, identified his outstanding capabilities in the first region of Logistic Health Education Plan.
Methods: This is a cross-sectional descriptive-explanatory study which has been conducted by reviewing the evidences and documents related to the courses and departments, evaluating performance report, observing and reporting educational directors and experts panels in the vice chancellor for education of the university.
Results: Babol University of Medical Sciences has the capability of scientific authority, including the development in cancer information, implementation of family medicine, infant care, genetic diagnosis, cardiac surgery and pediatric cardiac interventions, organ transplant (kidney and bone marrow).
Conclusion: Scientific authority aspects should be explained as well as adopting strategic and operational plans and mobilizing resources and facilities by university.
Keywords: Scientific authority, Excellence, Evolution and innovation, Medical education
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Type of Study: short article | Subject: Special

DOI: 10.18869/acadpub.rme.9.1.71

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