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8th Military Health Course on Methodology and Medical Writing

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8th MILITARY HEALTH COURSE ON
METHODOLOGY AND MEDICAL WRITING

Tunis, Tunisia
1-4 June 2021

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WELCOME MESSAGE

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

The Directorate General for Military Health organizes, under the Patronage of the National Defense Minister and with the collaboration of the Faculty of Medicine of Tunis, its 8th Course on Methodology and Medical Writing during the period from June 01 to 04, 2021 at the Armed Forces’ Health Service Training school (EASSM) in Tunis.

Due to travel restrictions imposed by many countries in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tunisian side decided organizing this course in an hybrid form and combine face-to-face activities for a reduced number of participants with respect of health protocol to fight against covid-19 and via webinar for the other participants.

This course is part of continued professional development and organized for four years now in two simultaneous sessions conducted in both French and English languages. It is recommended by the International Committee of Military Medicine and is opened to the participation of Tunisian and ICMM country members’ medical officers. It is conducted by Tunisian military and civilian academic speakers from Faculty of Medicine of Tunis and other friend countries members of editorial and reading committees of a medical review.

The course targets physicians, general practitioners as well as specialists, dentists, pharmacists, and veterinaries, working in teaching hospitals or others medical facilities. Priority is for who are still conducting medical research studies or having medical publication project eager to be published. This course provides an opportunity to develop skills in methodology and medical writing fields and permits to finalize the creation of scientific papers to get more chances to be published in medical journals.

Medical officers and health staff are all invited to support this effort and take part massively to this course hoping to see all medical officers giving a special interest to the medical writing, especially in military medicine’s subjects of different specialties.

 

Brigadier General (Pr.) Mustapha FERJANI
Surgeon General of Tunisian Armed Forces

 

 

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