Deputy of Education

Departmentof Education,with more than 70 university faculty members including full professors, associates, assistant professors and research assistants provides full time educational and research services. Also fellows are actively involved in teaching programs for residents, interns and stagers. Educational programs are developed to cover four different groups including fellows, residents, interns and stagers as given below:

  • Fellows:

Fellowship courses for adult pulmonary diseases

Fellowship courses for pediatric pulmonary diseases

Fellowship courses for thoracic surgery

Fellowship courses for rhinology

Fellowship courses for critical care and ICU

Fellowship courses for immunology and allergy

  • Residents:

Rotational courses for internal residents, anesthesiology, ENT (laryngology), radiology, surgery, pediatrics, infectious diseases, cardiology, pathology, pharmaceuticals

  • Interns:

Rotational courses for interns of internal medicine

  • Medical students:

Educational programs for pulmonology students, ENT, semiology training courses for medical students, educational courses for students of mycobacteriology, virology, nursing, librarianship, nutrition, psychology, medical records, statistics and epidemiology. Educational programs for PhD students by research as well as one-month courses for bronchoscopy, spirometry and laboratory.

NRITLD has organized various training workshops in collaboration with international Institutes such as:

  • Organizing International Workshops on TB/HIV integration program in collaboration with  KNCV foundation in the Netherlands
  • Organizing educational training courses on TB (laboratory and clinical) with the cooperation of WHO and EMRO
  • International Congress for Organ Donation in collaboration with Spain Transplantation Trainers (TPM)
  • Organizing International MDR TB Management workshops with the cooperation of JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency)
  • Biannual international congress on pulmonary diseases, intensive care and tuberculosis (2003- present)