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King Faisal University

College of Applied Medical Sciences

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  • Public Health Vision, Mission, Objectives and Goals
    Acknowledged leader, trusted partner and recognized source of expertise in the practice of public health for the nation and the world.

    The Department of Public Health is dedicated to leadership and excellence in public health by providing students with a high quality of instruction, research, community engagement and public health practice.

    1. Provide a competency-based curriculum comparable with international standards.
    2. Establish a core of faculty who are public health leaders with integrated, innovative and relevant educational experience.
    3. Provide a supportive and enriching learning environment.
    4. Develop and maintain academic infrastructure that support accreditation of the program.
    5. Provide research opportunities in public health domains and promote interdisciplinary research through collaboration.
    6. Engage faculty, students and public health professionals to create a diverse and dynamic learning community that is committed to excellence.
    7. Develop and support linkages with grass-roots and community-based health agencies that advance learning and research.
    8. Establish and define a long-term commitment to enhance public health practice in the Kingdom.

    1. Provide a high-quality educational experience in an academic environment of excellence through a relevant and responsive curriculum.
    2. Support a scientifically rigorous program of public health research.
    3. Establish a leading-edge faculty and high quality students to create a dynamic learning community that is committed to excellence.
    4. Provide linkages and collaborations with communities and public health agencies to serve and contribute initiatives that impact communityand public health needs.
    5. Advance the mission of King Faisal University through relevant contribution to public health.