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About SEHHA Project

"SEHHA" Project for High School Girls

Science Education and Human Health Activity

Qualifying Program for Health Professions at Qatar University

Organized by

The College of Medicine, College of Pharmacy and the College of Health Sciences and its four Departments (Biomedical Sciences, Public Health, Human Nutrition, Physical Therapy)

The program functions along the line of Qatar Vision 2030, and the directions of Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani: “We require diligence, creativity, independent thinking, constructive initiatives and interest in academic achievement in all disciplines.

Sponsored by

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In partnership with the Healthcare Institutions

QU Health

BRC

partner Sidra

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"SEHHA" is the first of its kind in the State of Qatar. Established in 2013, it has achieved remarkable success in directing the interest of the new generation in Qatar towards health professions over the past years. The results continue to prove its success according to current statistics. The SEHHA project supports secondary level educators and aims to qualify a responsible Qatari generation who meet the country's demands of health professions and scientific research.

The project facilitates intensive training and scholarships for the participants, done in collaboration with several health care institutions at the state of Qatar. The project grants the participating students between 30-145 hours of community service depending on their competency level.

Objectives

  • Attract high school Qatari students to the health care career and increase the number of Qatari health professionals to meet the country’s demands.

  • Support high school educators through their challenge of delivering real applications of science.

  • Inspire students by demonstrating real life examples of scientific inquiry and experiments.

  • Stimulate students’ critical thinking through advanced hands-on training in the laboratories of Qatar University and other health care partners.

  • It is an opportunity for high school students to explore their chosen career path and get a taste of the realities of college life.

  • Close the gaps between secondary education, university’s education and the career’s choice.

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