Services provided by the college for students
1- A day for an awareness campaign against Virus C with the Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University on Sunday 25/3/2018.
– Within the framework of the President of the Republic’s initiative (100 million health) to eliminate hepatitis viruses and support a healthy life, and in order to continue the pioneering role of Ain Shams University in the field of supporting and encouraging regular voluntary donation and security in blood, the Egypt Artery of Giving Association was attended in the college on Sunday, 1/3/2020, to raise awareness The importance of regular and safe blood donation for the benefit of Mediterranean anemic children, and a waiting list was made for 110 students.
– A lecture was held for infection control in the college on Monday 16/3/2020 for the assistant staff, internship doctors, and the college workers and workers through the university’s infection control team, based on the recommendations of the professor / president of the university and the attendance of each team separately from the other.
– A lecture was held for deputies, teaching assistants and teachers on 10/26/2020.
A lecture was held for teachers, assistant teachers, and deputies on November 17, 2020.
Second: Training courses and workshops:
1- Workshops at the Continuing Dental Education Unit from 1/1/2017 to 1/12/2017.
Second, for patients
Medical convoys and awareness campaigns:
1- A medical convoy was carried out in partnership with the College of Pharmacy during the period from 19/8/2017 to 24/8/2017 in Mansha’at Nasser – Gamal Abdel Nasser School, in which 31 dentists from various departments of the college participated, and 475 patients were examined and a procedure was performed. Surgery for 40 patients and gum cleaning for 13 patients. The dental clinic is considered one of the distinguished clinics in the medical convoys.
2- A medical development convoy was conducted for three days in Damietta Governorate from 13-15 December 2017, a large number of patients were detected and surgeries were performed for some patients, and three awareness campaigns were conducted in one of the schools in Damietta Governorate.
3- A medical convoy was held at Mohamed Metwally Al-Shaarawy Primary School in Al-Matareya District, Cairo Governorate, during the period from 4/8/2018 to 9/8/2018, in which a number of dentists from different departments of the college participated.
4- A comprehensive developmental medical convoy was conducted in Beni Suef Governorate (Sids village and its dependencies – Biba Center – Nazlet Hanna village – Al-Fashn Center) for three days from 28-30 November 2018.
5- A comprehensive development convoy was carried out in Ain Shams neighborhood, which is a random area, on Tuesday 19/2/2019, and an internal convoy was also conducted in the college on Wednesday 20/2/2019.
6- A comprehensive development convoy was carried out in Minya Governorate from 13/15 April 2019.
7- A medical convoy was conducted in Cairo Governorate at Al-Salam Primary School in Al-Imam Al-Shatby area – Bulaq Abu Al-Ela during the period from 27/7/2019 to 1/8/2019.
8- A medical convoy was conducted in Halayeb and Shalateen governorates during the period from 7-11/9/2019.
9- A comprehensive development convoy was conducted in Assiut Governorate, Al-Fateh Center – Abu Tig Center for a period of three days from December 24-26, 2019.
10- A medical convoy was carried out in Atfih Center – Giza Governorate to the village of Manial Sultan, in cooperation with the Beit Al Khair Foundation, on Thursday February 13, 2020.
11- A development convoy was carried out in Halayeb and Shalateen governorates during the period from February 23-26, 2020.
12- A development convoy was carried out in Halayeb and Shalateen governorates during the period from December 23-27, 2020.
13- A development convoy was carried out in Shebin Al-Qanatrib, Qalyubia Governorate, which was held on Thursday, 8/4/2021 in the village of Al-Marij.
14- A comprehensive development convoy was carried out in Fayoum Governorate (Fayoum Center – Basyouniya Village), which was held on Thursday, 7/8/2021.
Knowing that there are free clinics in the college to treat patients who are unable, and there are excellent treatment clinics for a fee at symbolic prices.