أخر الاخبار

06/Apr/2023

 

Press release

6/4/ 2023

 

PalMed Europe:

 

The Palestinian Doctors Association in Europe, condemns the continuous Israeli attacks which caused numerous injuries to innocent individuals of all ages; including women and children.

Such serious violations of international law have included using excessive force against unarmed civilians, and ambulance crews; it also included the destruction of a medical facility clinic inside Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem.

As a humanitarian organisation working in the medical field, PalMed Europe urges all government and non-governmental organisations to condemn the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Palestinian people and their care facilities and health workers.

Israel should be reminded of their international duties as an occupation power towards the people of Palestine as stated in Article 4 of The Geneva Convention.

We demand that immediate steps are taken to safeguard the lives and well-being of the Palestinian people, including their right to practice their faith in peace, and the right to live without the fear of aggression and threat to their safety.

During this time, the aggression on Al-Aqsa Mosque is causing a great deal of concern, and we demand that immediate action is taken by The United Nations and The European Union.

 

PalMed Europe


26/Mar/2023

England

Friday, March 24th, 2023

As part of our efforts to promote health awareness among individuals who are fasting, we have shared educational messages on the Arab in the UK platform. Our aim is to encourage followers to support one another during the holy month and take steps to maintain their health.

One of the videos shared on the platform was produced by Dr. Ashraf Al-Junaidi, a member of the France branch. In the video, he provides valuable insights into staying healthy during Ramadan. You can watch the video here: https://fb.watch/jvaKeKddwX/

If you’re interested in contributing to a good cause this Ramadan, please consider donating to Waqf Hayat, which we are supporting. By doing so, you can earn rewards and help make a positive impact on the lives of those in need. 

For Donation: https://www.kindlink.com/fundraising/PALMED-UK/waqfhayat


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17/Jan/2023

PalMed UK in collaboration with the Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCSEng) offer the opportunity to pursue CPD accredited online modules at 50% discount of the standard cost. These modules can count towards the degree of “Postgraduate Certificate In Surgery” (https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/education-and-exams/courses/postgraduate-certificate-in-surgery/). The offer is aimed at Palestinian doctors particularly for doctors living or working in Gaza, West Bank or Jerusalem.

How it works?


There are 15 eLearning online modules on the RCS England website. Over the next 12 months, we will advertise 2-4 modules every two to four months. You will need to register for an online account on the RCS England’s website to allow you access to the modules when your application has been approved by RCS England. You will choose one or two modules from the list and you will be given 6 months to complete each module. We recommend that you do not register for additional modules offered in the following rounds until you provide a certificate of completion for the modules you already registered for. We recommend trying to complete a module every 2 month.

Benefits:


– Choice of a wide range of eLearning modules.
– Study via the innovative RCS eLearning platform, using any device, whenever and wherever it suits you.
– Recognised CPD and PG Certificate in the UK and internationally.
– Improves your understanding and knowledge of important non-operative skills in Surgery.
– Improves your understanding of the most up to date practice in the UK in a wide range of subjects.
– Helps you prepare better for the MRCS exam and for understanding the UK system.
– Boosts your application towards placement in the UK.

Suitability:


– Surgical trainees of all grades.
– Internship doctors intending to pursue training in surgery.
– All doctors preparing for the MRCS intercollegiate exam.
– Senior surgical trainees, specialists and consultants might benefit from the updated information in some of the non-operative skills modules.

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