College of Medicine Sponsors Health Awareness Campaign in Thuluth Al-Manzar

 

King Khalid University - Media Center

The College of Medicine and the Medicine and Creative Club recently collaborated with the Kawther Health Association on bringing a health awareness caravan to the Thuluth Al-Manzar in the Asir region. A number of faculty doctors, consultants and students participated.

College of Medicine Student Activities Head, Dr. Wadah Al-Alamie, said that the caravan included four mobile clinics: Two specializing in optics and optical surgery, a children's thoracic unit, and a family medicine clinic. Dr. Al-Almaie noted that the caravan provided clinical examinations and medical consultations to nearly 100 members of the public at no charge. He added that the effort was part of the university's public outreach initiatives. Dr. Al-Almaie thanked the Kawther Health Association and participants for all of their efforts and support.

 

  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy chaired the Third University Council on Wednesday. Higher Education Council Interim Committee Secretary-General, Dr. Mohammed Al-Saleh, led the meeting in the presence of university vice rectors and deans. His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy opened the meeting by thanking Allah the Almighty and praising the Prophet (PBUH). Vice Rector of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Secretary-General of the Council, Prof. Saad Al-Amri, then displayed the agenda and topics of the meeting. The council came to a number of decisions as follows: Meeting the executive regulations of the Joint Supervision Program (JSP) in postgraduate studies with a number of international universities; Establishing the King Khalid University Dental Hospital that will replace the current dental clinics; Restructuring the Graduate Deanship Council.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The College of Medicine and the Medicine and Creative Club recently collaborated with the Kawther Health Association on bringing a health awareness caravan to the Thuluth Al-Manzar in the Asir region. A number of faculty doctors, consultants and students participated. College of Medicine Student Activities Head, Dr. Wadah Al-Alamie, said that the caravan included four mobile clinics: Two specializing in optics and optical surgery, a children's thoracic unit, and a family medicine clinic. Dr. Al-Almaie noted that the caravan provided clinical examinations and medical consultations to nearly 100 members of the public at no charge. He added that the effort was part of the university's public outreach initiatives. Dr. Al-Almaie thanked the Kawther Health Association and participants for all of their efforts and support.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University, represented by the Creativity, Talent and Entrepreneurship Center in collaboration with the General Authority for Small and Medium Enterprises (Monsha'at), organized the 'Prototype Development Camp'. The camp, designed for both men and women, will begin on the 28th of Safar and end on the 5th of Rabi Al-Awwal. The camp was developed for current students, alumni, and residents of the region who are aspiring entrepreneurs with a business idea. Talent Center Director, Dr. Mohammed Al-Maghrabi, stressed that the establishment of the camp comes in line with Vision 2030. The camp, which will allow participants to gain the entrepreneurial mindset and relevant skills to successfully launch and grow their business, is closely aligned with the 'Thriving Economy' theme and its 'Boosting our Small Businesses and Productive Families' initiative of Vision 2030. Director Al-Maghrabi explained that the camp seeks to boost SME entrepreneurship and investment in new industries. Director Al-Maghrabi further explained that King Khalid University is dedicated to promoting a  knowledge-based economy and transforming research into innovation. Of noteworthy mention, the camp will include the participation of 55 entrepreneurs over a period of 6 weeks. At the end of the camp, participants will have the opportunity to pitch their ideas to investors, press and partners.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University, represented by the Female Students' Cultural and Social Activities Agency, will host the Sixth Cultural Olympiad on 6-10/3/1441 AH, which is held annually. The purpose of the games is to challenge and test the students' skills and abilities in several disciplines including: Reciting the Holy Quran; The Sunnah of the Prophet (PBUH); The Biography of the Prophet (PBUH); Poetry; Nabati Poetry; Monodrama; Short Story; Arabic Calligraphy; Drawing; Caricature; Photography; Digital Art Design; Culture; Short Films; Community Service. Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Abdullah Al-Atheed, explained that it is important to encourage these and related student activities as they support professional and social development. He thanked His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy for his support of the games and also thanked Vice Rector of Academic Affairs, Dr. Saad Du’ajim, for his support and counsel in making these games successful. Those who wish to participate in the games can enroll until next Wednesday at the college club.
  Source:King Khalid University - Media Center Vice Rector of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research,  Prof. Saad Al-Amri, attended the launch of the 'Postgraduate and Scientific Authority and Tasks Workshop' held by the Postgraduate Agency. The main purposes of the meeting, which was held at the main campus, were to introduce the tasks, authorities, and responsibilities of King Khalid University postgraduate representatives The workshop discussed the main responsibilities and authority of the agency's representatives and the development of their roles pursuant to the latest developments in the field of postgraduate studies and research, which will significantly contribute to the learning outcomes in postgraduate programs. Of noteworthy mention, King Khalid University's Postgraduate and Scientific Research Agency is keen to provide the appropriate environment to achieve the university's mission in accord with leadership excellence through creativity, innovation, and growth.