Senior Lecturer in Family Medicine
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland- Bahrain
I graduated in medicine from Arabian Gulf University in Bahrain. I was trained as a family physician and completed the Arab Board and Irish Board in family medicine. I have practiced as a Consultant Family Physician in Bahrain. I have also graduated from Arabian Gulf University with a Master degree in Health Policy and Population Studies. I joined RCSI- Bahrain in 2008 and in 2014 I was awarded a PhD degree in General Practice from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. The title of my PhD was: Quality of life of Bahraini women with breast cancer. In 2015 I have completed a one year program in Global Clinical Scholars Research Training at Harvard medical school-Harvard University. This year I graduated from the health education profession Diploma program at RCSI. I have published many articles in International peer reviewed journals and presented in many international and local conferences. In 2014 I was featured in Gulf Air magazine as the writer of the health page.
My research interests are child and women health, breast cancer, non communicable diseases and evidence based medicine.