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Dr. Hala Abuzeid

Qualifications:

MBBS MSc DTMH MRCP FRCP FRCP FRCP FACP FRCPI CCST UK

Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE

Biography

I consider my full time job to be a role model to younger colleagues in my field these will be medical students as future doctors, younger junior doctors, nursing staff and whoever works in my circle. This makes me always feel the responsibility to progress within my field and offer this sustained picture of mine. I lead a diverse group of human beings and I thrive to make a difference in my environment by empowering patients and doctors. I am also passionate about politics and political analysis as I believe that understanding the world makes you a successful partner within the world operation. I have been through a long journey that was built around perseverance, resilience and courage breaking all taboos that hindered women in my culture progressing, the journey is still at the beginning!

Professional Qualifications:
2018 ‣ FRCPI, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (Ireland)
2014 ‣ FACP, American College of Physicians (USA)
2011 ‣ FRCP, Royal College of Physicians (Edinburgh; United Kingdom)
2010 ‣ FRCP, Royal College of Physicians (Glasgow; United Kingdom)
2008 ‣ FRCP, Royal College of Physicians, (London; United Kingdom)
2005 ‣ CCST in General Internal Medicine, Intermediate Training in Critical Care, Oxford Deanery, John Radcliffe Hospital (Oxford; United Kingdom)
2000 ‣ MRCP, Royal College of Physicians, (London; United Kingdom)
1999 ‣ MSc. in Infection & Health in the Tropics and Diploma in Tropical Medicine (DTM&H), London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (London; United Kingdom)
1998 ‣ Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, Royal College of Physicians, (London; United Kingdom)
1996 ‣ MBBS, University of Khartoum (Khartoum; Sudan)
2001 – 2005 ‣ The Oxford Deanery Specialist Registrar Training Scheme in General Medicine, approved by the Specialist Training Authority of the Medical Royal Colleges, date of CCST is April 2005 (Oxford; United Kingdom)
2005 – 2006 ‣ Consultant Acute Medicine, Royal United Hospital (Bath; United Kingdom)
2004 – 2005 ‣ Specialist Registrar in Critical Care (Intermediate Training), John Radcliffe Hospital (Oxford; United Kingdom)
2003 – 2004 ‣ SHO in Anaesthesia & Critical Care, Horton Hospital, (Banbury; United Kingdom)
2002 – 2003 ‣ Specialist Registrar in General Internal Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital NHS Trust (Oxford; United Kingdom)
2001 – 2002 ‣ Specialist Registrar in general medicine, Heatherwood and Wexham Park NHS (Slough; United Kingdom)
2001 ‣ Specialist Registrar in General Internal Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital NHS Trust (Oxford; United Kingdom)
2001 – 2005 ‣ The Oxford Deanery Specialist Registrar Training Scheme in General Medicine, approved by the Specialist Training Authority of the Medical Royal Colleges, date of CCST is April 2005 (Oxford; United Kingdom)
2005 – 2006 ‣ Consultant Acute Medicine, Royal United Hospital (Bath; United Kingdom)
2004 – 2005 ‣ Specialist Registrar in Critical Care (Intermediate Training), John Radcliffe Hospital (Oxford; United Kingdom)
2003 – 2004 ‣ SHO in Anaesthesia & Critical Care, Horton Hospital, (Banbury; United Kingdom)
2002 – 2003 ‣ Specialist Registrar in General Internal Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital NHS Trust (Oxford; United Kingdom)
2001 – 2002 ‣ Specialist Registrar in general medicine, Heatherwood and Wexham Park NHS (Slough; United Kingdom)
2001 ‣ Specialist Registrar in General Internal Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital NHS Trust (Oxford; United Kingdom)

Academic Prizes
1998 ‣ British Cheveaning Scholarship for MSc (FCO, London; United Kingdom)
1996 ‣ Lord Kitchener Prize for best academic performance in Clinical Medicine in final year. (University of Khartoum Faculty of Medicine, Khartoum; Sudan)
1996 ‣ Elbagdadie’s prize for the best academic performance in the six years of undergraduate training. (University of Khartoum Faculty of Medicine, Khartoum; Sudan)
1991 – 1996 ‣ Distinctions in English Language, Physiology, Pathology, Microbiology, Forensic Medicine, General Medicine, Psychiatry, Paediatrics, and Child Health. 2 Academic prizes in Pathology for the Best Academic Performance. (University of Khartoum Faculty of Medicine, Khartoum; Sudan)
1992 ‣ Distinction and Prize in Physiology. (University of Khartoum Faculty of Medicine, Khartoum; Sudan)
1995 ‣ Prize in Paediatrics and Child Health for the Best Medical Student. (University of Khartoum, Khartoum; Sudan)
1993 ‣ Prize in Forensic Medicine for Best Achievement. (University of Khartoum Faculty of Medicine, Khartoum; Sudan)

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