Date(s) - 02/27/2021
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
10-40 Pounds USD
Foundation of Al-Quds Medical Schools in Palestine
About this Event
We hope to raise £20,000 through donations.
Please donate now if you can. The level of poverty across all of Palestine has become more critical and every day counts.
The theme of our February event is Nablus and An Najah University and our postgraduate training programme in the UK.
Our guest speakers includes:
- Mr Sabih Masri (Chairman of An Najah University Board of Trustees)
- Mrs Ghada Hammad (Matriarch of the Palestinian community in the UK)
- Dr Umaiyeh Khammash (Director of Juzoor for Health and Social Development)
- Professor Khalil Issa (Dean of An Najah Medical School)
- Dr Naim Qamhia (one of our sub-speciality trainees who graduated from An Najah)
Our keynote speaker Mr Sabih Taher Darwish al-Masri is a businessman of Palestinian origin, born in Nablus.
Mr Masri’s early education and formative years were in Nablus. Since then, has had an illustrious career as Businessman, Investor and Banker in Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Palestine. Mr Masri is Founder and Chairman of Arab Supply and Trading Company, and is also the Chairman of the Arab Bank, Zara Investment Holding Company and Palestine Telecommunication Group (PALTEL), amongst others.
Mr Masri is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of An-Najah National University and is thus the ideal person to give our keynote address.
Dr Umaiyeh Khammash is a doctor and senior public health specialist with over 35 years of experience in all aspects of primary health care, from practicing medicine in West Bank hospitals to running different local and international health programs. Dr. Khammash currently serves as the director of national NGO; Juzoor for Health & Social Development.
Dr Khammash will speak about the challenges facing health services in Palestine.
Dr Khalil Ibrahim Issa; Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Senior Orthopaedic Consultant at An Najah National University and its Hospital in Palestine. He specialised in reconstructive and spine surgery. He is currently a member of Palestinian Supreme Health Council, Palestinian Medical Council and the Orthopaedic Scientific Committee. He was an establishing member and former CEO and CMO of An Najah University Hospital. He has been supervising medical students’ electives courses for 10 years.
Dr Naim Qamhia graduated from An-Najah National University Medical School in 2011. He then specialised in histopathology in Jordan. After he completed a fellowship in oncologic surgical pathology at King Hussein Cancer Center, Jordan and then worked as a histopathologist at An-Najah National University Hospital. Dr Qamhia is currently doing a haematopathology sub-specialty training at North Bristol NHS Trust.