PROF. DR. MD. MAHFUZAR RAHMAN is a medical graduate of Rajshahi University. He completed his post graduation in Community medicine and served in dealing with primary health care delivery service in rural area before starting his academic career in the discipline of community medicine. Prof. Dr. Rahman did specialization in the field of Medical Education. He obtained the degree MHPEd from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney, Australia.
Prof. M. Rahman attended pre-conference workshop in Public Health Education- Developing Need Based Competencies in ISMOPH 2015, a satellite event of the 14th World congress on Public Health as invited speaker on “ Objective setting in Public Health Education ” from 9-10 February 2015 at Science city, Kolkata, India. He also attended 3rd SEARAME conference on ”Enhancing Clinical Education in the Health Professions” from 12-15 November, 2014, Colombo Sri Lanka as participants & presented a paper on Field Site Training (FST) in community medicine: Facts and views. He also attended the 6th International Conference on Medical Education at Fatima Jinnah Medical College, Lahore- Pakistan from 6-8 February 2014 as speaker in a scientific session & resource person to conduct a workshop on “Educational Objective”.
He was a Speaker and Moderator in the First SEARAME International Conference and 5th Indonesian Scientific Medical Education Expo and Meeting of WHO at Regional office SEARO on Quality Assurance and Continuing Medical Education as special invitee. He served as an Expert in a group meeting on Finalization of Regional Guidelines on Institutional Quality Assurance Mechanism for Undergraduate Medical education SEARO New Delhi and also contributed in the Third Meeting of the Network of Medical Councils of the WHO South East Asia Region Kathmandu.
He has contributed as Temporary advisor of WHO for “In depth Evaluation of a specific content area funded through the supplementary ICP mechanism” in Nepal. He acts as an instructor of basic Hospital Preparedness in Emergency (HOPE) & Training for Instructor (TFI) course organized by NSET, and PEER, Nepal. In addition to teaching he was keen to involve as resource person in conducting research methodology & teaching methodology workshops, seminars both at home & abroad.
He was keen in contributing as Consultant under Medical Education for Essential Health Services (MEEHS), DFID funded component of the Government’s Health and Population Sector Program (HPSP), in FIMC Project and also involved in the same project for curriculum development in community m