• January 2, 2024
Under the Supervision of Vice Chancellor FJMU, Prof. Dr. Khalid Masood Gondal (Tamgha e Imtiaz and Presidential Pride of Performance), a post-conference workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Medical Research was held at the Department of Medical Education, Fatima Jinnah Medical University, in collaboration with the Department of Obst. & Gynae, SGRH.
This academic activity was organised under the Convenership of Prof. Dr. Noreen Akmal, Principal FJMC/HOD Obst. & Gynae Unit 2, FJMU/ SGRH.
Prof. Dr. Mukhtar Hasan Randhawa, former president of the Society of Surgeons Pakistan, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.
President AFJOG, Dr. Munira Ahmad, graced the occasion as Guest of Honor. AFJOG Executive members Prof. Musarrat Nisar and Dr. Mah Laqa Rana also graced the occasion.
Prof. Noreen Akmal, Prof. Bilquis Shabbir, Prof. Imran Aslam, Prof. Shamila Ijaz, Prof. Naeem Afzal, Prof. Amna Euseph, Heads of Departments, and other senior faculty members participated in this innovative workshop.
The ceremony began with the recitation of the Holy Quran.
In the welcome address, Prof. Noreen Akmal briefed the participants of workshop regarding Artificial Intelligence. She said AI is playing a significant role in Obstetrics & Gynaecology through diagnosis, predicted outcomes, and improving patient care. AI can assist healthcare providers in improving the quality of patient care, improving patient outcomes, and optimising source utilization. Regarding medical education, AI is playing a significant role by introducing innovative approaches to teaching, learning, and accessing medical professionals.
Dr. Masood Jawaid, General Secretary Pakistan Association of Medical Editors and a renowned medical educationist, skilfully talked about the utility of Artificial Intelligence tools in medical research. SCISPACE AND SCEMANTIC SCHOLAR PROGRAMS were discussed and practiced in detail.
Vice Chancellor FJMU and renowned medical educationist, Prof. Dr. Khalid Masud Gondal, shared his vision regarding the role of Artificial Intelligence in uplifting of Medical Education and Research in Pakistan. He said the use of artificial intelligence in medical science is very important, but our human brain has unique properties that cannot be matched by artificial intelligence. He concluded his debate by emphasizing the importance of the supremacy of the human mind.
Prof. Dr. Mukhtar Hasan Randhawa emphasised that the machines are under human control and that humans’ minds should not blindly follow these machines.
Dr. Munira Ahmad talked about the role of empathy and compassion in the medical profession.
This innovative educational activity was ended by a vote of thanks by Prof. Noreen Akmal to all the distinguished guests, and a shield was presented to the distinguished facilitator, followed by a group photo.


  • Start Date:January 2, 2024
  • End Date:January 2, 2024