196 medical students graduate in Bahrain
Manama, June 14, 2011
A total of 196 students of Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) - Medical University of Bahrain graduated in a ceremony yesterday.
Fifty-six students graduated with medical degrees, 106 from nursing and seven from healthcare as well as ethics and law.
Dr Faisal Al Mousawi, RSCI-Bahrain president thanked HRH the Premier for his continuous encouragement over the past seven years.
"I would also like to extend my thanks and appreciation to our founding president Professor Kevin O'Malley who is leaving us next month. His hard work and dedication has led to the success of the university in Bahrain,” Dr Al Mousawi added.
RCSI-Dublin president Professor Eilis McGovern said the special day was their reward for all the hard work and commitment they had shown over the past years. "Many of you will now enter the health service here."
Royal College of Physicians in Ireland president Dr John Donohoe said the aim was to achieve and maintain the highest standard of specialist medical practice and promote the health of the population nationally and internationally. – TradeArabia News Service
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