The fifth report of the Kitchener School of Medicine

Feb 13, 1937 The British Medical Journal The fifth report of ‘the Kitchener School of Medicine, Khartum, covers the period 1933-5, and includes the reports of the assessors for these years, who were respectively Professor A. K. Henry and Dr. H. L. Tidy, Professor H. B. Day and Mr. Hugh Lett, and Sir Walter Langdon-Brown

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Ahmed Hashim Bey Al Baghdadi the patron of medical students

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Kitchener School of Medicine, Graduates’ Documentation  (1928-1965)
On 29th February 1924 Kitchener medical school was opened by Sir Lee Stack, then Governor-General of the Sudan and Sirdar of the Egyptian army. Initially, the course of training covered four years; in 1934 it was extended to five years, and in 1939 to six years. The classes were small; the enrollment quota was limited
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