Panel Titled “1st Research Presentations and Career Day” from EMU Dr. Fazıl Küçük Medicine Faculty
Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) Fazıl Küçük Medicine Faculty, Scientific Research Group held a conference titled “1st Research Presentations and Career Day” at Rauf Raif Denktas Culture and Congress Center on Monday, 14 May 2018 with the participation of faculty members of EMU Faculty of Medicine and a large number of students.
The panel which was held in 5 sessions featuring the work and presentations of the students, also included the academicians' presentations. The aim of the panel was to contribute to the development of medicine students who are aware of the changing habits of learning, producing, practicing and sharing in our world, making contributions on the basis of intelligence and science, and aiming to contribute prospective students’ who can catch differences with the contributions they make.
EMU Scientific Research Group President Övgü Çetin, who delivered the the opening speech, emphasized that the participants had the opportunity to present the papers and posters they finalized on the panel as well as the participation of students’ and academicians’ both contributions and evaluations on them by listening to those presentations. Çetin conveyed thanks to everyone who contributed to the realization of the congress.
Dr. Fazıl Küçük Medicine Faculty's rich facilities, expert academic staff and internationally renowned education system for the last six years in the TRNC, offering a quality education that attracts attention . Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mumtaz Guran stated "Our distinguished students from all over the world attend our classes. The main goal of our faculty is to train highly qualified, rational, creative and free-thinking medics. " Also Assoc. Prof. Dr. Guran thanked everybody who had passed the test, saying that it was very proud to see such a successful presentation.
After the opening speeches, Dr. Ahmet Çelebi delivered his presentation titled "The Road to Residency". Ayşe Cantürk informed medicine students about the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) that they plan to serve as "Medical Resident" in the United States (USA). The questionnaire, which lasted for 8 hours in total, explained the questions and how they should be studied. Cantürk advised medical students to implement career planning before graduation. The panel was concluded with an award ceremony.