College of Medicine Launches Basic Life Support (BLS) Training Program
The Clinical Skills and Simulation Center of the College of Medicine at the University of Dar Al-Uloom and in collaboration with King Saud University, launched a training program on basic life support “BLS” on Thursday, 1st. November.
The opening session of the program was attended by Prof. Fahad Al-Zamil, Vice Rector for Health Specialties, and Dr. Sami Al-Nassar, Dean of the College, who expressed their appreciation of the efforts of the Center for Simulation and Clinical Skills in vocational training and organization.
The opening session was also attended by Prof. Abdulmajeed Al-Drees, Vice Dean of the College, Prof. Abdul Aziz Al-Humaidi, College vice Dean for Administrative Affairs, Dr. Mansour Al-Zahrani, Head of Clinical Education Department, and Dr. Tahani Al-Tamimi, Vice Dean for (female) Student Affairs, who expressed their full support of the Center’s academic and training activities.
Dr. Benish Mukhtar, manager of the Clinical Skills and Simulation Center, said that the Center is fully prepared and ready to welcome students and other community members from within the University of Dar Al-Uloom and from outside. She added that the center has qualified staff and trainers who are accredited by the American Heart Association “AHA” Professional training and who have high professional standards.
It is noteworthy that the Clinical Skills and Simulation Center was established in cooperation with King Saud University and was accredited by the American Heart Association (AHA) as an accredited training center for basic life support operations.