On the first day of the visit, the delegation along with the School's Vice-deans for International Affairs, Education and Research as well as number of faculty members paid a visit to Yas and Baharloo hospitals. In their visit to Yas Hospital, with the presence of Dr. Mohaghegh, hospital's president, Dr. Davari, the hospital's deputy for treatment gave a presentation on the hospitals facilities and activities. Then, the delegation visited IVF, NICU, LDR, etc sections and became familiar with the services provided by the Yas Hospital. The delegation also met the president of Baharoo hospital and visited different departments of the hospital.
On the second day, Dr. Atiya introduced the Collage of Nursing of the University of Sulaimani and stated that, Sulaimani College of Nursing is very young and has been established in 2000-2001. She also talked about the structure of the collage, educational group, faculty members and existing students at different levels. Then, the delegation accompanied by number of faculty members of Tehran Nursing & Midwifery School paid a visit to Children Hospital and the NICU of the Vali-e Asr Hospital. Some information about the history, facilities and services of the hospitals were given by number of staffs. On the afternoon, Dr. Mohammad Ali Cheraghi, the School's Dean welcomed the delegation and talked about the potentials of future cooperation between the two schools. Directors of educational groups also introduced their groups and talked about their potentials and capabilities. Then, they visited different parts of the School accompanied by the School's Vice-Dean for International Affairs, Dr Nikbakht Nasrabadi, Vice-Dean for education, Dr. Dehghan Nayeri, Vice-Dean for Research, Dr. Tagizadeh, and number of faculty members.
On the third day, Prof. Arab Kheradmand, the University's Deputy for Global Strategy and International Affairs and Prof. Hadian, the University's Vice-Dean for Research at International Campus were also joined the meeting. At first, Dr Cheraghi, School's Dean stated that, School of Nursing and Midwifery with the support of University is ready to implement an independent model of Midwifery program at BSc level in the Sulaimani with the cooperation of Collage of Nursing as well as provision of short courses for Sulaimani students at all levels. Prof Arab Kheradmand and Prof. Hadian also emphasized that, through this model (independent model) both universities can benefit and TUMS will support this program fully. Dr. Atiya referred to the structure of higher education in Sulaimani, Iraqi Kurdistan and stated that, the decision about this model is the responsibility of Sulaimani University's Council and cannot be made solely by her. At the end, Tehran School of Nursing and Midwifery expressed its readiness to launch an independent Midwifery program at BSc level in Sulaimani and willingness for further discussion and cooperation on this issue.