TMEE Workshop – MedSIN Sudan

Name of the activity: TMEE Workshop

Country/NMO: MedSIN Sudan

Program: Medical Education Systems

Contact information: contact [email protected]  to get in touch with the Activity Coordinator

Type of the activity: Continuous Activity

Category: Capacity Building

Focus area: Students’ involvement in medical education | Curriculum design/development, Students’ involvement in medical education | Evaluation and Assessment, Students’ involvement in medical education | Quality assurance and accreditation, Students’ involvement in medical education | Non-formal/informal education, Social accountability, Capacity building

Sustainable Development Goals addressed: SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-Being), SDG 4 (Quality Education)

General description:

Training Medical Education Educators is capacity building workshop that established to develop MedSIN-Sudan medical education passionate members’ knowledge about Medical Education and fill in the gap of medical education facilitators and trainers within Sudan. These medical students will then also become part of a network of educators and advocates for a better Medical Education amongst their peers and within their context.

This workshop is composed from two volumes to ensure the sustainability.

Problem statement:

Training medical students in medical education using peer-led education is a great empowering tool to galvanize medical students to participate in capacitating their peers with regards to medical education. Moreover, conducting events such as this  workshop helps our local committees (universities)  to capacitate their members in terms of medical education and sustain their work. 

Target groups:

  • Medical students


  • General population
  • Medical students
  • Healthcare Students
  • Other health professionals


– To provide participants with the needed knowledge to understand the medical

education concepts, system and SCOME

– To improve participants’ session designing skills

– To train the participants about communication, facilitation and public speaking


– Participants will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to evaluate their


– Participants are able to engage their members during sessions

– Participants are empowered to ensure continuous development of their


– Provide participants with the needed knowledge and skills to work on accreditation of medical schools in Sudan, Curriculum Design, Development, & Implementation, meaningful students’ involvement and social accountability 

– 100% of participants will fulfill the graduation criteria from the TMEE workshop

– To prepare a suitable atmosphere to build strong social relations between

workshop participants 

Indicators of Success:

– All participants are able to choose and use the appropriate evaluation tools

– At least 90% of participants are able to use different training methodologies within

their sessions

– at least 90% of participants are able to use different training methodologies within

their sessions

– At least 90% of participants are able to derief, brief and provide useful feedback

during their sessions

– At least 80% of participants report an increase in their potentials using the follow-up

assessment plans

– 80% of participant can deliver an AQA session, Curriculum Design & Development session, meaningful students involvement session and social accountability sessions 

– MedSIN-Sudan SCOME has got at least 15 active medical education educators

– Daily social programs are organized during the workshop duration


Phase 1: Organizing committee appointment: 

To appoint an organizing committee consists of:

  1. Head of OCs
  2. Fundraising and venue 
  3. Hosting committee 
  4. Logistics committee 

Phase 2: fundraising: we will use two parallel ways for fundraising; inside khartoum with

companies and with NGOs through different theme events. the first source for the fundraising will be the participants fees which is going to be 15,000 SDGs (preliminary)

Phase 3: Participants and trainers selection: 

create the invitation package and open call for Trainers and Participants

Phase 4: preworkshop reparations:

For participants – to confirm their registration by communicating with them and collecting the registration fees.

For trainers – distribute the sessions with them and follow-up with sessions

For OCs – set an operational plan for organizing the workshop 

Phase 5: Implementation.

Plans for evaluation:

  1. Pre and post assessment forms
  2. Evaluation form
  3. Feedback
  4. Observation
  5. SWGs and Simulation outcomes
  6. Informal interviews during the reflection times
  7. Graduation criteria

External collaborations:


National Public Health Institute (PHI)

A governmental institution related to the Ministry of Health which is responsible for establishing the national health issues related policies. They provide us with a venue for the workshop.  

We made the theme of the workshop “”Improving Health Systems through Patients Centered Care”


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