Mosab Ssamaan was selected as a Teaching Fellow for two months, July and August 2023. He provided teaching in both the wards and clinics of the Islamic University of Gaza as part of his Teaching Fellowship. The courses included Clinical Skills I, Neurosurgery, and Geriatric Medicine. In collaboration with Khaled Sultan and Abdallah Alwali, he also completed cross-sectional research entitled “Evaluating Patients’ Satisfaction with Medical Students Learning at the bedside in Gaza Strip Hospitals”. Check out his testimonial and photos after completing his teaching fellowship with excellent feedback from his supervisor.
“Dear FQMS team,
I hope this letter finds you in good health and in high spirits. On behalf of me and the Medical School at Islamic University-Gaza, I am writing to extend our heartfelt gratitude for the exceptional support provided by FQMS. Your organization’s commitment to advancing medical education has made a significant impact on our institution, particularly through the initiative of hiring teaching assistants.
Your dedication to fostering educational excellence has not only helped us elevate the quality of instruction but also enabled us to provide a more enriching learning environment for our students. The aid in hiring teaching assistants through FQMS has demonstrated academic excellence and genuine dedication to nurturing the next generation of medical professionals.
The collaborative efforts between our faculty and teaching assistants have resulted in a dynamic and engaging classroom experience. The students have benefitted greatly from the additional guidance and mentorship, further enhancing their understanding of complex medical concepts and practical applications.
We are truly appreciative of FQMS’s continued commitment to our institution. Your support goes beyond financial aid; it embodies a shared vision of empowering aspiring medical professionals to excel in their studies and future careers.
Once again, thank you for your unwavering support. We look forward to continuing this fruitful partnership and making even greater strides in medical education together. Please convey our gratitude to the entire FQMS team for their dedication to the betterment of medical education.
With deepest appreciation”, Mosab, Clinical Teaching Assistant & Researcher, IUG