Dr. Mohamed Al-Eraky
Dr. MOHAMED M. AL-ERAKY, MBBCh, MSc, MMEd, PhD, is currently working as the Director for Development & Academic Initiatives at the Vice-President Office for Academic Affairs at Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Al-Eraky is a medical graduate with Masters in Clinical Pathology from Zagazig University (Egypt), He then obtained Masters degree in Medical Education from Dundee University (UK) and eventually has concluded his PhD in Health Professions Education from Maastricht University (The Netherlands). Dr. Al-Eraky has a number of publications on faculty development, curriculum development, assessment and medical professionalism, including the 12 Tips for teaching professionalism. Along with a number of innovative models, such as: Curriculum Navigator, Compass Model for planning faculty development programs, Four-Gates Model for Professionalism in Arabian Context. Some of these models are being used as a theoretical framework for assessment in relevant modules in master programs in Health Professions Education. Dr. Al-Eraky is currently a visiting professor at master programs at Riphah and Lahore Universities in Pakistan. Dr. Al-Eraky is a member of the planning and assessment team from Maastricht (The Netherlands) in four modules of the Joint Master Program in Health Professions Education between Sues Canal and Maastricht. Recently recruited as a tutor at the Master program for medical education at Dundee University (UK).