Department of Medical Education Science and I.C.T


  • MPH
  • Med. Education Diploma

MPH Courses

  • Vision
    To encourage innovation and maintenance of high standards in all phases of medical and health care education.
  • Mission
    Intends different categories of health care professionals to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to become innovative teachers/ doctors.
  • Aim
    To develop an idea of lifelong learning for teachers/ doctors who would like to extend their professional understanding in the field of medical education and information technology which plays a crucial role in the context of global medical and educational changes for sustainable development of entire nation.

Emphasis on following area

  • Educational psychology and Educational theories
  • Educational objectives and domains of learning
  • Teaching learning methods
  • Educational media
  • Curriculum design and development
  • Assessment
  • Educational evaluation
  • Educational changes
  • Educational research
  • Information technology

Med. Education Diploma course

  • Vision
    To provide teachers of health professionals with the basic knowledge, skill and attitudes necessary to make them more effective teachers and mentors in their institutions
  • Aim
    To raise the teaching skills of all teachers from Universities under the Ministry of health

After successful completion of the course the candidate

  1. Have a sound knowledge of all components of the education process
  2. Be able to draw specified curriculum
  3. Be able to select appropriate teaching/learning techniques for a stated objective
  4. Be able to develop valid assessment procedures
  5. Be able to conduct basic educational research
  6. Advocate and use educational science principles and techniques in day to day work

Qualification of applicants

  • All teachers and interested staff from the Universities under Ministry of health with a basic university level degree and with two years work experiences will eligible to apply the course

Duration of course

  • Nine months

Faculty members

(1) Dr. Tin TunM.B.,B.S,
M.P.H.M (Mahidol)
M.S.c ( Medical education) (UK)
Deputy Director General (Academic Affairs)Department of Human Resource for Health

(2)Dr. Khin San Myint
M.B.B.S, MPH, Dip.Med.EdLecturer

(3)Dr. Ei Sandar U

Visiting lecturer

Daw Aye Aye Sein M.Sc ( Computer science),
M.P.H.M (Mahidol)
Deputy Director General Department of Public Health

Module supervisors

  1. Educational psychology
(1)Prof. Aung Gyi Professor and Head (retired)Department of MedicineUniversity of Medicine, Mandalay
(2)Prof. Maung   Maung Khaing Professor and HeadDepartment of E.N.TUniversity of Medicine (1), Yangon
(3)Dr. Tin Tun Deputy Director General(Academic Affairs)Department of Human Resource for Health
  1. Curriculum design
(1)Prof. Marlar Win Rector( Retired)University of Nursing, Mandalay
(2)Prof. Aye Aye Khin Professor and HeadDepartment of Medical Laboratory TechnologyUniversity of Medical Technology, Yangon
(3)Dr. Aye Moe Moe Lwin HeadDepartment of Admin/FinanceUniversity of Public Health, Yangon
  1. Educational objectives and outcomes
(1)Prof. May Hla Thwin Professor and Head (Retired)
Department of Pharmacology
University of Medicine(2), Yangon
(2)Prof. Theingi Myint Pro-Rector
University of Medicine (1), Yangon
  1. Learning teaching strategies and methods
(1)Prof. Win Win Maw Professor and HeadDepartment of MicrobiologyUniversity of Medicine (2), Yangon
(2)Prof. Yee Yee Tin  Professor and HeadDepartment of PharmacologyUniversity of Medicine, Magway
(3)Dr. Myo Thant Zin Assistant Director(Civil Servant Affairs)Department of Human Resource for Health
  1. Teaching/learning media & aids
(1)Prof. Khin   Sein Maung Director (Retired)
Department of Medical Science
(2)Prof. Han Htay Professor and Head (Retired)
Department of Anesthesiology
University of Medicine(1), Yangon
(3)Dr. Shwe Hlaing Associate ProfessorDepartment of Prosthodontics
University of Dental Medicine ,Yangon
  1. Learners’ assessment
(1)Prof. Mya Thida  Professor and Head (Retired)Department of Obstetrics and GynaecologyUniversity of Medicine (1), Yangon