Aga Khan University eyeing partnership with KMTC on simulation training
Aga Khan University is eyeing a strategic partnership with Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) to scale up simulation training.
This followed a visit to the College by members of the Aga Khan University on October 6, 2021.
The team included the Director, Centre for Innovation in Medical Education Prof. Charles Docherty, Education Advisor Dr. Mehak Rajani, Technical Advisor Numair Shapur, Technical Analyst Daarab Ahmed, and Simulation Administration Specialist Caroline Kago.
The potential areas of collaborations include exchange programmes for sharing experiences and best practices, staff training among others.
Representing KMTC CEO Prof. Michael Kiptoo, Deputy Director Academics Dr. Nyawira Mwangi welcomed the collaboration, thanking Aga Khan University for choosing the College.
Prof. Docherty commended the College for ensuring that their students get the best educational experience and assured that having a partnership will be a great achievement for both institutions.
The College, in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Gradian Health Systems, launched its state-of-the-art Simulation Laboratory in July to train critical care health workers.