Family Health Medical School has won this year’s sexual and Reproductive health competition as part of activities marking this year’s World Aids day.
The competition was among Medical, Nursing, Public Health, and Allied Health Sciences schools in the Accra Metropolitan area and was in line with this year’s World AIDS Day celebration, aimed at educating upcoming health workers on the issue of HIV/AIDS, owing to a reported recent increase of the virus among the youth.
Participating schools comprised University of Ghana Medical School, Family Health Medical School, Accra College of Medicine and the University of Ghana School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences.
The quiz was organised and hosted by SCORA, Federation of Ghana Medical Students Association and International Federation of Medical Student Association.
Family Health Medical School, at Teshie, topped the competition, School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences of the University of Ghana came second, The University of Ghana Medical School came third, while the Accra College of Medicine came fourth.
Family Health University College comprises a Specialist Hospital, Nursing and Midwifery School, and a Medical School.
The Medical School offers both Graduate and Regular Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) programmes.
Story by Felix Cofie