Prof. Dr. Tarek Rashed Rahmi, President of Suez Canal University, said that Suez Canal University as a beacon of education puts the culture of health and is one of the most important directions of political leadership among its priorities and therefore keen on the university through a package of courses and training programs aimed at spreading health culture. Organized a training program on orthopedics under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Atef Abou El Nour, General Supervisor of the Community Service and Environmental Development Sector. The program comes over two days and lectures by Dr. Mohammed Allawi, a teacher at the Faculty of Nursing, who began to define osteoporosis as one of the serious bone diseases that affect humans, making bones more fragile and vulnerable, and easily broken when exposed to the least trauma,
Dr. Mohammed Allawi stressed that osteoporosis is prevalent among women by 55% more than men and program targeted employees of the Directorate of Agriculture, the service of citizens, communications and conferences.
The project was supervised by Amr Keshk, General Manager of Environment Projects, Huwaida Kamel, Director of Community Training Department, and Faten Ibrahim, Head of Training Department.