LONDON (PR) - CPSP’s fellowship program in Emergency Medicine will fulfil the requirement of specialists in emergency department.

College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan has made a strategy to fulfil the requirement of specialists in emergency departments across the country. In this regard, CPSP has launched a new fellowship in Emergency Medicine. According to this, initially doctors are at different stages of training with in the country and abroad.

CPSP has also formulated a policy to send the best performers to England and Ireland for further two years of training after IMM. More than 200 doctors are getting training in seven specialities in Ireland. To widen the horizon of training, a high ranking delegation of CPSP led by Professor Zafar Ullah Chaudhry, President, CPSP, visited the royal colleges of England and Ireland and had consultative meetings with the presidents of royal colleges and their representatives. The delegation comprised Prof. Khalid Masood Gondal, Senior Vice President, CPSP, Prof. Mahmood Ayyaz, Director National Residency Program, Maj. Gen. Salman Ali, DGIR, and Prof. Muhammad Shoaib Shafi. Dr. Syed Rizwan Ahmad, Ambassador of Pakistan in Ireland hosted a dinner in honour of CPSP delegation. The members of steering committee of both the colleges had a detailed meeting and decided to expand the numbers of specialities up to eleven for training in Ireland. These specialities include Ophthalmology, Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry,

Anaesthesiology, Gastroenterology, Rheumatology and Endocrinology. The IMM qualified doctors are interviewed by the presidents or their representatives of Royal Colleges through video link. The selected doctors will get two years training in the best institutions of Ireland. After completing their training they will have to come back to Pakistan to serve their people. This policy of CPSP is brining good name to the college and country as well.