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Accreditation of medical schools

The main purpose of the accreditation system is to ensure the production of competent graduates to practice safely and effectively under supervision as interns, with appropriate foundation for lifelong learning and further training.

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The Registration Department of the Sudan Medical Council is a department responsible of the registration of doctors, dentists, pharmacists and specialists, in the different registers which include:

Exam Schedule

  • Jan: [10/24] Medicine, [22] Pharmacy, [11] Dentistry, [18] Provisional
  • Feb: [7/14/21] Medicine, [19] Pharmacy, [15] Dentistry [22] Provisional
  • Mar: [7/14/21/28] Medicine, [19] Pharmacy, [29] Provisional

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Doctors' Oath

The Law of the Medical Council stipulates that all graduates of the Faculties of Medicine, Pharmacy and Dentistry shall take the oath in the presence the Secretary General of the Council. Before completing the preliminary registration procedures, the Secretary General of the Council gives a sixty- minute presentation.


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     The Sudan Medical Council is dedicated to the promotion of excellence in education, research, and service. It recognizes its responsibility to promote lifelong learning through the provision of educational experiences for physicians, Pharmacist and Dentist. These educational experiences enhance and expand medical knowledge and skills to improve health care services in Sudan. Therefore, a wide range of learning opportunities for physicians, and other healthcare professionals via accredited Continuing Medical Education and Continuing Professional Development (CME and CPD) activities need to be provided. These activities will provide opportunities for the professional growth and development of physicians, Pharmacist, and Dentist. Only recently, the council has made new legislations to govern the registration process & the promotion of the professionals through their career pathways. This entails that a CME system is established to look after the provision & follow up of accredited CME activities & to seek external accreditation for such a system. Efforts have been exerted by a number of committees formed by the medical council. This committee was entrusted with the role of fine-tuning a CME system for the medical council.