Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (SACM)
The University of Nebraska Medical Center and The Nebraska Medical Center
International Healthcare Services
Educational & Training Programs for Saudi Arabia
The University of Nebraska Medical Center and The Nebraska Medical Center (“UNMC”) is very pleased to offer the following programs to the healthcare professionals and medical students from Saudi Arabia, sponsored by the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (“SACM”).
Please note that the all healthcare professionals and students applying for these training programs will be selected on UNMC’s then current policies, admission criteria and other rules and regulations.
I. Fellowship Programs – could run for up to one academic year
2. Renal Diseases
4. Radiology 3-6 months (non-interventional) – MRI/CT
5. Allied Health
II. Medical Students Program – Up to 6 months
6. Surgical Oncology
III. Surgical Skills Training
We are one of the few programs in the country that have such an extensive curriculum for surgical skills training and we are expanding on a significant basis. This is a provisional list and we do roughly 36-38 sessions every year.
IV. Allied Health Programs
Degree and Certification Programs
1. Clinical Laboratory Science
2. Clinical Perfusion
3. Diagnostic Medical Sonography
4. Computed Tomography
5. Magnetic Resonance
7. Medical Nutrition
8. Physical Therapy
9. Radiation Therapy
10. Nuclear Medicine Technology
11. Physician Assistant
V. Pathology Certification Programs
Customized programs in various specialties in Pathology are offered by TNMC’s Pathology Department.
Duration 3 months to 1 year – click here for details
VI. Genetics Programs
Customized programs in various specialties in Genetics are offered by TNMC’s Pathology Department.
Duration 3 months to 1 year - click here for details
VII. Monroe Myer Institute
Outstanding clinical and research training is provided from leading experts in behavior analysis, including two former editors and a current associate editor for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Students work and receive supervised practical training in the Institute’s clinical and research programs 20 hours a week.
Students receive structured training in grant writing and preparation and write and submit a grant as part of this training.
Students are encouraged to present papers and posters at local and national behavior analysis conferences. Financial support for travel, meals, and accommodations is provided by the Institute.
1. Recreational Therapy
2. Social Work
3. Speech-LangCenter for Autism Spectrum Disorders
4. Developmental Neuroscience
5. Developmental Pediatrics
6. Education and Child Development
7. Genetic Medicine:
i. Adult Genetics Clinic
ii. Adult Metabolic Clinic
iii. Children’s Developmental Clinic
iv. Children’s Metabolic Clinic
v. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnostic Clinic
vi. Genetics Clinic
vii. Hereditary Cancer Clinics
viii. Prenatal Genetic Clinics
ix. Genetic Testing
8. Human Genetics LaboratoryOccupational Therapy
9. Pediatric Feeding Disorders
10. Physical Therapy:
i. Seating and Power Mobility Clinic
ii. Motion Analysis Lab
iii. Telemedicine Clinic
iv. Pedals Program
i. Clinical Training Programs
ii. Degree and Certification Programs
iii. Academic Issues
iv. Behavioral Health
12. Language Pathology
VIII. Nursing School Programs (Summer programs)
1. Clinical Rotation – up to 2 months
2. Review of NCLEX Certification courses
3. Observational Programs – could be on a year-round basis in certain departments and specialties
IX. International Faculty Exchange Programs
The Office of International Healthcare Services of TNMC can arrange visits by faculty member for lectures, training, education and conference.
International Healthcare Services
University of Nebraska Medical Center
988130 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, Nebraska 68198-8130 USA
Direct Tel: +1-402-559-3656