HMS's next program to be implemented in Mongolia

2018-07-03 14:41:41
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ The Training to Teachers Program (T2T), implemented by MNUMS, the Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the Mongolian Health Initiative (MHI), was successfully completed in Mongolia which benefited 87 medical school doctors and instructors who have received the HMS certificate in late May.

Following this accomplishment, on July 1, MHI and HMS organized ‘Harvard Medical Education Symposium’ to discuss Harvard's next program.

“Harvard chooses the best of the best and give the best education. Our global programs are also based on this principle. That's why we provide comprehensive capability. For example, if a researcher developed a large database, they should have been able to analyze it on any statistical software. I believe that hundreds of Mongolian scholars will be involved in Harvard program and become world-class scholars" said Kenneth B. Christopher, Director of Global Education program at HMS and developer of T2T program.

In addition, a Doctor in charge of the development of the program demonstrated Harvard’s willingness to support the implementation of other programs.

According to the MHI, information about the upcoming programs that will be implemented from October will soon be publicized.