Since its inception department of medical education successfully launched the information management system, implemented the system based modular curriculum, started faculty development program. The department of medical education also formulated the students’ societies after competitive elections to create opportunities for leadership development, learning, student engagement, and fostering of shared interests. Furthermore DME organized different seminars, symposia and workshops for professional and educational development of the faculty and staff. Moreover, the counseling cell established by DME is actively engaged in responding to psychological needs of the students and the faculty. Other than that the creation of the functional quality assurance cell, the assessment cell and the research cell speaks of the teamwork which is the hallmark of the department of medical education and research.
With the changing trends in Medical Education worldwide, the Department of Medical Education & Research was formally established in July 2017 to review the process of teaching and learning in the institute and to adapt to Modular System Based curriculum. The DME department in WMC is growing strong every day and making great efforts to bring the medical education services in practice.
Dr. Jasim Anwar
Advisor Planning and Development
Assistant Professor Public Health and Community Medicine
Dr. Jasim Anwar is a senior-level consultant and a public health specialist with more than 15 years of experience with UN agencies and various Governments. He is visiting faculty at University of New South Wales, Sydney.
MBBS (Pak), MApSc (University of Sydney), PhD (UNSW Sydney)
Civil Registration and Vital Statistics, SDGs, Maternal and Perinatal Mortality Surveillance, Health System Strengthen, Information Systems, Policy Formulation, and Socio-economic analysis.
His research interests include Maternal and Perinatal Mortality, Mortality Surveillance, Program and Project evaluation, Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Diagnosis, Impact Assessment, and Medical Education