Prof. Dr. Shahid Munir, Chairperson, PHEC, attended the convocation ceremony of the FMH College of Medicine and Dentistry. While addressing the participants, he said that the rapid improvements in medical, informational, and educational technology over the past decade had vast implications for medical education. Technology in the delivery of health care and advances in biomedical informatics and communication technology has implications for the way physicians are taught to manage their patients and their practices. These include electronic health records, access to information at the point of care, and memory and decision support tools. Advances in genetics, immunology, imaging, and molecular, cellular, and nanotechnology have implications for the medical education curriculum and the need for life-long learning skills.