Welcome to the department of Family and Community Medicine and Behavioral Sciences. We pride ourselves on our Family Medicine, Community Health and Clinical skills training programs to train tomorrow's doctors to build healthier community through continuous, comprehensive, cost-effective, family-centered health care.
We use diverse learning modalities including clinical problem-based and Team-based learning, teaching and learning around the patients in health centers and in superb clinical skills laboratories as well as learning by doing community-based research projects.
Our dedicated faculty including over thirty adjunct faculties motivate students to be lifelong learners, to focus on health promotion as well as managing illness and to practice evidence-based health care.
Our department is actively involved in continuous professional development activities including frequent faculty development workshops on teaching and learning in ambulatory care, evidence-based health care, patient safety and other aspects of medical education.
The department research interest include chronic diseases especially diabetes and asthma, medical education and health promotion.
Nabil Sulaiman MB ChB, DCH, MPH, FFPHM, FRCP, PhD
Head of Family and Community Medicine and Behavioral Sciences department