ISLAMABAD - Pakistani medical practitioners, who are practicing abroad, on Monday said that there is a need to have proper sharing of knowledge between Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PM&DC) and concerned organisations across the globe for improving quality of medical education and amendment in curriculum in line with international standards.

In an interactive session with foreign consultants/ specialists along with officials of PM&DC here, Pakistani specialist doctors of international identity assured the council of their willingness to provide technical and financial support to medical education of the country for having quality education for future doctors.

Dr Amir Akmal from USA said that they are ready to help PM&DC in training of postgraduate and under-graduate medical students, besides training on continues medical education (CME). He said PM&DC should work as independent regulatory body without any external influence. Registrar, Dr Amjad, said technical support of Pakistani doctors working in abroad will help PM&DC improve its standard.