WFME has worked with the WHO Regional Office for Africa on a three-day Regional Consultation on Medical Education and Training, held from 9 - 11 July 2014 at the WHO Office in Brazzaville, Congo. Organised by the World Health Organization (WHO), the meeting discussed how the quality and relevance of medical education and training can be improved in the African Region. Delegates included representatives of the Association of Medical Schools in Africa, of the World Medical Association, and leaders in medical education from most countries of the region.
A full report is available on the WHO Regional Office for Africa website.
World Federation for Medical Education
The mission of WFME is to enhance the quality of medical education world-wide, and to promote the highest standards in medical education.
WFME’s activities cover all stages of medical education, from basic (undergraduate) medical education, through postgraduate medical education - including vocational training, specialist training, and research doctoral education - and continuing medical education and the continuing professional development of medical doctors.