Young doctors who graduated from the Near East University Faculty of Medicine received their diplomas with a ceremony

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Young doctors who graduated from the Near East University Faculty of Medicine received their diplomas with a ceremony

Tanzanian Maryam Mohammad Mizingi, who graduated from the Near East University Faculty of Medicine as the top student, put her name on the graduation log. Hazal Erdoğan graduated as the second top graduate and Cemre Terzi as the third top graduate.

The spring semester of 2021-2022 academic year graduates of the Near East University Faculty of Medicine took their first steps into the profession by receiving their diplomas at the ceremony. The ceremony, which started with a moment of silence and the singing of the National Anthem, was held with intense participation.

At the ceremony where Near East University Acting Rector Prof. Dr. Tamer Şanlıdağ and Near East University Faculty of Medicine Founding Dean Prof. Dr. Gamze Mocan gave a speech, on behalf of the graduate students, the top graduate of the faculty, Maryam Mohammad Mizingi, expressed her feelings. Before her speech, Mizingi nailed his name to the graduation log.

Maryam Mohammad Mizingi from the Near East University Faculty of Medicine graduated as the top graduate, Hazal Erdoğan graduated second and Cemre Terzi was the third top graduate.

After the speeches, accompanied by Founding Dean Prof. Dr. Gamze Mocan, all graduating students of the Near East University Faculty of Medicine took the Hippocratic oath and received their diplomas.

Young doctors who graduated from the Near East University Faculty of Medicine received their diplomas with a ceremony

Prof. Dr. Tamer Şanlıdağ: “As the doctors of the future, be open to dialogue without prejudice and have the courage to change your ideas.”
Addressing the graduates, Near East University Acting Rector Prof. Dr. Tamer Şanlıdağ said, “Each of you represents a different country, a different culture and a different past in the world. You are here as representatives of a rapidly changing and globalizing world. And now, a new life awaits you as the doctors of the future.”

Prof. Dr. Tamer Şanlıdağ reminded the graduates that they will face many difficulties in the future professionally and said, “As the doctors of the future, be open to dialogue without prejudice and have the courage to change your ideas. Conduct research, question, interpret and produce solutions. Develop vision, improve yourself, change the world. I know that each of you has this potential. I trust each of you and I am proud of you.”

Young doctors who graduated from the Near East University Faculty of Medicine received their diplomas with a ceremony

Prof. Dr. Gamze Mocan: “As a doctor, you must adopt the concepts of stress, empathy, patience and understanding in your daily life. Believe me, these concepts will always be a light for you.”
Speaking at the ceremony, Near East University Faculty of Medicine Founding Dean Prof. Dr. Gamze Mocan said, “You are leaving this road you started six years ago as adults and as doctors. Today, 275 of our graduates are ready to join the health army. This is a great pride for us.”

Stating that the Near East University Faculty of Medicine was founded in 2008, Prof. Dr. Gamze Mocan said, “Near East University Faculty of Medicine is a respected faculty that has taken its place in the list of world medical faculties. You, my young colleagues, are graduating from a well-equipped medical school. You have been trained by esteemed faculty members who have their names written in the world literature of a university equipped with the latest technology, which also has its own hospital.

Addressing all graduates, she said, “One of the elements that will help you the most, both for your professional life and for your lifelong success, is the communication skills. You need to keep your communication skills at a high level, especially in the patient-physician relationship. As a doctor, you must adopt the concepts of stress, empathy, patience and understanding in your daily life. Believe me, these concepts will always be a light for you.”

Young doctors who graduated from the Near East University Faculty of Medicine received their diplomas with a ceremony

Maryam Mohammad Mizingi: “We learned that medicine is not just a science, but an art that requires physical, mental and emotional strength.”
Maryam Mohammad Mizingi, the top graduate of the Near East University Faculty of Medicine, said, “We have completed a long and difficult road with patience and great effort. We are very happy with this success”. Maryam Mohammad Mizingi, who stated that their six-year education life has passed with hard study and sleepless nights, said, “We learned that medicine is not just a science, but an art that requires physical, mental and emotional strength. In addition to the theoretical knowledge we have learned throughout our education life, we have also learned to be resilient, empathize and take the patient as the basis.”

Maryam Mohammad Mizingi addressed the faculty members of the Near East University Faculty of Medicine and said, “By believing in us, you have provided us with your support and knowledge. We will honor you by using all the knowledge we have gained and we will come to good places in the field of medicine.”