Healthcare providers are facing difficult decisions and considerable uncertainty when treating patients. They rely on the scientific literature, in addition to their knowledge, skills, experience, and patient preferences, to inform their decisions. Clinical practice guidelines are statements that include recommendations intended to optimize patient care that is informed by a systematic review of evidence and an assessment of the benefits and harms of alternative care options.

We are excited to introduce two innovative and critical modules, Quality Management and Health Information Management, as integral components of our esteemed Public Health Master’s Program. These modules have been meticulously designed to equip our students with the essential skills and knowledge needed to thrive in the ever-evolving landscape of public health. 

The Quality Management module focuses on principles and methodologies essential for maintaining high standards in healthcare delivery, ensuring patient safety, and optimizing organizational processes. Simultaneously, the Health Information Management module delves into the effective utilization of information technology and systems to enhance healthcare data management, privacy, and accessibility. Together, these modules provide a comprehensive foundation for our students, fostering their ability to contribute meaningfully to public health initiatives and address the challenges of our dynamic healthcare environment.

Dr Mazen M Salama