Sudanese Association of Pediatrics (SAP)
23rd Scientific Conference
(Blood Diseases in Children)
Elobied –North Kurdufan
14th-17th November 2018
The conference was successful & was dealing with blood diseases which is problem in kurdufan.
Dr. Amin Elagib, Head dept of Sudan Education and Development Institute, Consultant Pediatrician, University of Medical Sciences & Technology, Presented a paper in the conference (Health and bio-social Aspects of children At Quran Schools (Khalwa), East Nile locality, Khartoum).
There was also a workshop on sickle cell disease mainly to the registrars and Pediatricians in North Kurdofan. The workshop discussed diagnosis and Management of sickle cell disease and the collaboration between different bodies cornering sickle cell disease in the Country.
The Deanship of Student Affairs with the Sudanese National Organization for Patients organized three open days in collaboration with the National Blood Donation Program and Khartoum Center of Oncology.
The ordained days included:
The 1st day focused on informing the audience of the importance of blood donation. The educating program was accompanied by an exhibition highlighting cancer issues.
The 2nd day included a lecture on blood diseases and various means of protection and prevention, and that was in addition to continuation of blood donation program.
The 3rd day focused on methods of early detection and voluntary breast cancer at the Psychological Counseling Unit at the University which was conducted by specialists from the Sudanese Center for Oncology.
UMST Web Administrator at the Website and Information Unit at the university Eng. Ahmed Abobker was selected within the committee of the development of the Standard Website for Sudanese Universities. The committee was formed by the (ASU) Association of Sudanese Universities.
The committee was formed of top information technology engineers in several universities in Sudan and specialists in the design and development of the website, and its management in terms of performance and appearance and operating systems and servers suitable for these websites.
Keeping pace with the global technological development, and in order to preserve the appearance of Sudanese universities in the outside world. This work is due to the universities’ access to their content, academic performance and various activities to the world, to reach the global performance of the Sudanese universities and in turn to nominate them to enter the international universities classification.
The Selected members of the Committee are:
|Dr. Ali Elsaid Ali||Association of Sudanese Universities|
|Eng. Mustafa Ibrahim Hassan||Africa University|
|Eng. Entisar Ibrahim Ahmed Alhaj||Sudan University of Sciences & Technology|
|Eng. Ahmed Abobker Mohamed||University of Medical Sciences & Technology|
|Eng. Wali Eldin Aljamri Abdalla||Omdurman Ahlia University|
|Eng. Abubker Elmansi||Nobles College|
|Eng. Fatahelrahman Awad||Cambridge College|
|Eng. Dalia Ahmed Alsir||Association of Sudanese Universities|
|Eng. Azza Saddig||Association of Sudanese Universities|
The Website and Information Unit at the university participated in a workshop organized the Association of Sudanese Universities to evaluate upgrade the websites at the Sudanese universities. The workshop was held in the Meetings Hall in the Secretariat of Scientific Affairs at Khartoum University. A good number web masters, managers and supervisors participated in the workshop.
UMST was represented in the occasion by Eng. Abeer Mohamed, Website Supervisor and Eng. Ahmed Abobker , Web Administrator. They both attended the two sessions held on two successive Sundays; the 27th of May and the 3rd of June.
At the beginning of the meeting, Prof. Ahmed Al-Tayeb, Secretary-General of ASU, welcomed the participants and thanked them for their keenness on attending and participating. He commended the workshop and highlighted its importance in impacting the classification of Sudanese universities worldwide.
The workshop came out with a number of recommendations geared towards improving the quality of the sites of the Sudanese universities. Amongst the recommendations is the need to place the sites under the direct supervision of the Presidents assisted technically with dedicated and capable administration. There were calls for organizing courses on site security under the supervision of the Association of Sudanese Universities, organizing regular training courses for websites supervisors overseen by ASU in cooperation with the universities. It has also been recommended that the site should contain more than one language with emphasis on Arabic and English, and that efforts should be made to ensure the availability of electronic services to all interested individuals.
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