MoH Union Minister meets officials of University of Medicine (2), University of Dental Medicine (Yangon), University of Medical Technology (Yangon), University of Pharmacy (Yangon)

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Union Minister for Health Prof Dr Thet Khaing Win met rectors, deans, medical superintendents, teachers and officials of the University of Medicine (2), the University of Dental Medicine (Yangon), the University of Medical Technology (Yangon) and the University of Pharmacy (Yangon) on 28 and 29 April.
During the meeting, the Union minister said that health human resource production becomes important as there is a good drive in the public healthcare services and treatment sector. It should produce human resources that provide for the country and people. The new medicine university entrance system will be introduced in the coming academic year. Those who are studying with stipends from the government must serve as government employees for the country and people without fail. Relevant officials of the medical-related university under the health human resource department should work together. The teachers should also participate in providing treatment and the medics in the teaching sector.
Then, the attendees coordinated the discussion regarding the teaching aid materials, medical supplies and administrative matters.
The Union minister also inspected the classrooms and teaching aid materials of the respective universities. — MNA

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