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Dr. Khurram Jamil, President - Strategic Initiatives

Dr. Khurram Jamil, President - Strategic Initiatives
Dr. Khurram Jamil is President of Strategic Initiatives where he focuses on regional expansions, joint ventures and partnerships, as well as oversees projects for all levels of education and training. Dr. Jamil’s entrepreneurial experience extends over 20 years. He has successfully led dozens of teams comprising of medical professionals and educational scientists, spearheaded large development and partnership efforts, and managed multi-million-dollar educational software development projects.
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Area9 Lyceum Brings Democratization of Education in Vital Healthcare Field

Posted by Dr. Khurram Jamil, President - Strategic Initiatives on Jun 16, 2021 2:35:31 PM

 

Area9 Lyceum to Offer Complimentary Education for Healthcare Professionals

Area9 Lyceum is now offering complimentary access to the AACC Learning Lab: an adaptive learning program housed on the NEJM Knowledge+ platform.  

The goal is to expand and enhance the knowledge of laboratory medicine experts and promote their problem-solving abilities. Now, the cost of the Learning Lab is being eliminated for healthcare workers, allowing laboratory professionals around the world to access this advanced learning resource for free.

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Topics: Adaptive Learning, Healthcare Training, Reskilling, Life Sciences, Lifelong Learning

Accelerating Pace of Discovery in the Life Sciences Industry Raises the Stakes for Corporate Education and Lifelong Learning

Posted by Dr. Khurram Jamil, President - Strategic Initiatives on May 14, 2021 3:27:27 PM

 

As the Covid-19 pandemic caused widespread disruption in every industry, none felt the pressures of sweeping change and the critical need for frontline response more than healthcare. As healthcare professionals worldwide cared for escalating numbers of patients, the life sciences industry rose to the challenge with vaccine research that compressed into months what normally would take years to accomplish. As McKinsey observed, “The search for vaccines and therapies has been the most urgent and widespread the world has ever seen.”

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Topics: Adaptive Learning, Healthcare Training, Reskilling, AI, COVID-19, Life Sciences, Lifelong Learning

Combatting the Pandemic Impact: U.N. SDG 4 - Quality Education Is Key to Sustainable Development

Posted by Dr. Khurram Jamil, President - Strategic Initiatives on Jan 20, 2021 8:58:09 AM

In a world in need of sustainable development, education remains key. In fact, Quality Education is the fourth of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)—recognized as a catalyst toward “socioeconomic mobility and … escaping poverty.” The pandemic, however, has threatened that progress, with 91 percent of students worldwide impacted at some point by temporary school closures and learning disruptions. As the U.N. observed, “The global pandemic has far-reaching consequences that may jeopardize hard won gains made in improving global education.”

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Topics: COVID-19, education

Accelerating Pace of Pharma and Med Tech Innovation Drives Demand for Effective, Efficient Adaptive Learning

Posted by Dr. Khurram Jamil, President - Strategic Initiatives on Nov 4, 2019 7:15:00 PM

 

Innovations in pharmaceutical and medical technology—gene therapies, stem-cell treatments, and other cutting-edge therapeutic approaches—demand intensive training, both inside and outside the company. Adaptive learning offers a proven approach.

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Topics: Adaptive Learning, Healthcare Training, Reskilling

Learning As the Cornerstone of the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Posted by Dr. Khurram Jamil, President - Strategic Initiatives on Jul 8, 2019 6:52:00 AM

 

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) offer a bold vision: addressing some of the most pressing challenges in the world today. As each goal is pursued, we must consider the impact of learning and education for all, from workers who need to be retrained to children for whom equality in education is the gateway to a better life.

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Topics: News & PR, Adaptive Learning, Corporate E-Learning, K-12, 4th Industrial Revolution