A team from the University of Connecticut has visited the school of medicine on 12th. Of December, 2021as part of visiting the University of Jordan aiming evaluating the topics of Biorisk hazards and management that are taught in the syllabi that offered by the university school.
During the visit the topics of Biorisk hazards and Management in courses offered by the school of medicine, were presented within their outline of the different courses, at undergraduate and graduate levels by the academic of the school.
It was emphasized that a need to take opportunity to expand the educational intended learning objectives to include additional material about this topic to all students at School of Medicine as well as dental, nursing and pharmacy students including application of biosafety standards during practice at the university and the hospital and laboratories . In addition to the graduate students: Master’s degree in laboratory sciences, as well as residents in the higher specialty certificates program in pathology and medical laboratory and immunology.
It was suggested to expand some topics to be included in the related syllabi within undergraduate and graduates’ levels. There implementation will be reviewed continually by the two teams.
The support of the visiting team from the University of Connecticut and the participants from school of Medicine departments was appreciated by the two parties.