King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences has achieved high and outstanding results in passing the health specialties examination of the faculties of medicine, medicine and nursing in Riyadh, Jeddah and Al-Ahsa.
Gradually, graduates from the College of Medicine in Jeddah received second place with a success rate of 97%. Graduates of the Faculty of Medicine in Riyadh won the fourth place with a success rate of 93%.King Saud University for Health Sciences
The College of Nursing in Riyadh and Jeddah received the second and second place with a success rate of 99%. The Faculty of Nursing at Al-Ahsa University was ranked fifth with 96%.
The Saudi Commission for Health Specialties has announced the high success rate in the Saudi license exam for excellence doctors in Saudi universities, government and private, in the fields of: human medicine, dentistry and nursing between 2017 and 2018.
“This improvement in the results is a reflection of the efforts made by public and private universities to raise the level of the outputs of the health colleges and prepare cadres for the future,” said Fahad al-Qathami,
He added that the total pass rate of doctors of excellence for human medicine amounted to 87% for 2018, and the total pass rate of doctors of excellence of dental 79%, and in the nursing profession 76%.
He pointed out that the national test conducted by the Health Specialties Commission for the specialties of human medicine, dentistry and nursing is conducted according to the highest international standards in the evaluation, through which the professional competencies necessary for safe practice are identified in collaboration with national committees represented by the deans of health colleges and health practitioners. With internationally recognized competencies.
He pointed out that the test questions are prepared through a series of precise procedures that ensure the quality of the questions and the accuracy of the evaluation process. The method of testing is subject to continuous reviews of experts in the specialization from various academic and health sectors.
Al Qathami said: “The Health Specialties Authority is grateful for the efforts of the Saudi government and private universities in preparing health care professionals for the future and appreciates the efforts made to raise the level of education and training for cadres to achieve safe health practices that contribute to achieving the vision of the Kingdom and improve the quality of health care.