Education
Dec, 2007
M.Sc. Community Health (Epidemiology)

Community Health

College of Health & Medical Technology, Postgraduate studies, Baghdad, Iraq

Jun, 1984
MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery)

Sind Medical College, University of Karachi, Pakistan

University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan

Jun, 1974
Bachalaurate

High Secondary School for Boys

Almamoon High Secondary School for Boys, Baghdad-Iraq

Professional Experience
Oct, 2012 - Jun, 2013
Medical Doctor

Duhok

Duhok, Iraq

9 months as a Medical doctor with MSF, Duhok, Domiz Camp for Syrian Refugees.

Jul, 2003 - Dec, 2003
Medical Officer (National Doctor)

(UNOHCI) / Duhok

Duhok, Iraq

Five months as a Medical Officer (National Doctor) with the United Nations Office of Humanitarian Coordinator Iraq (UNOHCI) / Duhok, Northern Iraq.

Sep, 1998 - Jul, 2019
Lecturer

Duhok Technical Institute

Duhok, Iraq

lecturer of Nutrition, Public Health, Anatomy, Physiology, Embryology, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Pharmacology, Pathology, New Born Care, Primary Health Care, Professional Ethics, Maternal & Child health Care, Quality Control, Pediatric Nursing, Critical Care Nursing, Surgical Nursing in Duhok Technical Institute, Duhok Polytechnic University, Duhok, Iraq.

Jun, 1994 - Oct, 1997
Medical Doctor

Duhok

Duhok, Iraq

Three & a half years as a General Practitioner (GP) & as an incharge of Orphans Medical Care Section, International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO), Duhok, Iraq.

Oct, 1992 - Oct, 1993
General Practitioner (GP) & Deputy Medical Superintendent

Alsalam Saudi Hospital

Saranan, Quetta-Pakistan

One year as a General Practitioner (GP) & then after as a Deputy Medical Superintendent of Alsalam Saudi Hospital, Saranan, Quetta-Pakistan.

Jul, 1991 - May, 1992
Medical Officer

Makkah Mukarammah Hospital

Quetta-Pakistan

One year as a Medical Officer in Makkah Mukarammah Hospital & then after as an incharge of Alriyadh Dispensary- Saudi Red Crescent (SRC), Quetta-Pakistan.

Mar, 1989 - Sep, 1989
Honorary Medical Officer

ENT Unit

Karachi, Pakistan

Six months as an Honorary Medical Officer in ENT Unit, Department of ENT, Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, Karachi-Pakistan.

Dec, 1988 - Mar, 1989
Honorary House Officer

Surgical Unit 1

Karachi, Pakistan

Three months as an Honorary House Officer in Surgical Unit 1, Department of Surgery, Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, Karachi-Pakistan.

Sep, 1988 - Jul, 1991
Translator

Society for the Promotion of Arabic (SPA), Karachi, Pakistan.

Karachi, Pakistan

Three years as a Translator (part-time) with the Society for the Promotion of Arabic (SPA), Karachi, Pakistan.

Aug, 1987 - Aug, 1988
General Practitioner (GP)

karachi, Pakistan

Karachi, Pakistan

One year as a General Practitioner (GP) in Aligarh Falahi Clinic (AFH), Karachi-Pakistan.

Jun, 1985 - Jun, 1987
General Practitioner (GP)

karachi, Pakistan

Karachi, Pakistan

Two years as a General Practitioner (GP) in Samreen Clinic (SC), Karachi- Pakistan.

Aug, 1984 - Dec, 2019
General Practitioner (GP)

Duhok ( Iraq) & Pakistan

Duhok, Iraq

Running my own Private Clinic in Duhok, Iraq.

Aug, 1984 - May, 1985
Honorary Medical Officer

Medical Unit 2

Karachi, Pakistan

Nine months as an Honorary Medical Officer in Medical Unit 2, Department of Medicine, Jinnah Hospital-(JPMC), Karachi-Pakistan.

Interest
Swimming, Tourism, Friendships, Hunting, Mountain climbing & camping, Sharing music & videos:

Whenever available

Membership
Jun, 1996 - Dec, 2022
General Practitioner (GP) & Physician

Kurdistan Physicians Syndicate, Duhok

Duhok, Iraq

Jul, 1984 - Dec, 2022
Doctor

PMDC (Pakistan Medical & Dental Council)

Karachi, Pakistan

Publication Journal
Jul, 2019
Hematological Study of Infants Amoebiasis in Duhok City

Journal of Baghdad for Science (Volume: Vol.X(X)XXXX)

Out of 180 children, 60 (33.3%) have Amoebiasis infection as diagnosed by direct wet smear and Saturated Salt Solution (SSS). SSS method is more significant (P=0.001) in diagnosis of the disease. Number of children infected with Amoebiasis infection is higher in infants aged 1-6 months, but without any significant difference to ages 6-12 or 12-18 months. In contrast, infants aged 18-24 months are significantly differant (P=0.01) as the infection rate is 16.6%. Gender also is seen to be reduced in significance (P= 0.001) for females aged 18-24 months. Blood profile of the involved infants has shown a significant variation (P=0. 01) for all blood profile parameters (RBC (P=0.05), WBC (P=0.001), Lymphocytes (P=0.05), Granulated WBC (P=0.05), Hb (P=0.01) and Platelets counts (P=0.001). Many medicinal regimes are dependent in the treatment of Amoebiasis, Metronidazole (Flagyl) in significant variation (P=0.01), combination of Metronidazole and Bactrim.

Jul, 2019
An Epidemiological Approach of Hydrocephaly Parameters in Duhok Province.

Iraqi National Journal of Nursing Specialties (Volume: Vol. 25 (2))

Background: Hydrocephaly has been recognized as a public health problem in Iraq in general, and in Duhok governorate, Iraqi Kurdistan region in particular, many aspects of which still remain unclear. Objectives: This study was conducted to deal with the importance and effect of various variables which might have influence in hydrocephaly occurrence. Methodology: A cross sectional study design was performed and included 89 samples collected from the Early Detection of Childhood Disabilities Center (E.D.C.D.C.) Duhok. Patients’ registers or records from the centre were used to collect data concerning hydrocephaly cases. Results: The results indicated that males mainly suffer (53.9%), highest occurrence of hydrocephaly cases occur in summer (42.7%), the mother's age group of 26-35 years had the highest occurrence (56.2%), consanguious parents constitute (57.3%), deliveries conducted in hospitals (85.4%), Duhok city showed the highest incidence (61.8%), patients aged 7-10 years were the highest (55.1%), normal deliveries were the highest (83.1%) and finally idiopathic cases (39.3%). Recommendations: It is highly recommended to establish hydrocephaly screening units in all maternity hospitals in Duhok governorate and discouragement of consanguineous marriages.

Sep, 2012
A Comprehensive Epidemiological Study of Perthes Disease in Duhok Governorate.

2nd. Conference on medical sciences, 26th.-27th. September,2012,university of diyala, college of medicine.

Abstract Perths disease has been recognized as a public health problem in Iraq, in general, and in Duhok governorate, Iraqi Kurdistan region in particular. With an increased national concern day by day, perthes is becoming a growing problem, many aspects of which are not yet clear. This study was conducted to deal with the importance and effect of various variables which might have influence in perthes disease occurrence such as gender, date, location and season of birth, mother's and father's literacy, parent's consanguinity, defect side, number of children in the family, mother's age group, mother’s blood group, family history of perthes disease, type of mother's delivery conducted, geographical distribution, mental condition of the patient, presence of complications, type of treatment received, x-raying of patients, prognosis, and finally presence of other congenital disabilities. The study continued for 4 months from 20th.Oct.2008 till 20th. Feb. 2009. Non-randomized consecutive samples of 170 were collected from the Early detection of childhood disabilities center (E.D.C.D.C.) of Duhok. The population involved was the entire cases of both sexes that attended the centre during the period from 1/1/1998 to 30/12/2008 with final diagnosis of perthes. Patients registers or records from(E.D.C.D.C.), Duhok were used to collect data about perthes cases. The results indicated that(41.2%) of perthes cases occur in winter, males mainly suffer(68.8%), left sided affection was more occurring (45.9.1%),the mother's age group of(26-35 years) had the highest occurrence(58.2%), consanguious parents constitute(55.3%), deliveries conducted in hospitals(78.2%) constituted significantly the highest rate, illiterate mothers or mothers with zero education(62.4%) were the highest, fathers with zero education were highest and constituted(39.4%), the group with no other disabled children within the same family was the highest(87.1%), the highest rate observed was in families having(1-5) children(51.8%), patients with no other disabilities were the highest(97.1%), Duhok city showed the highest incidence(38.2%), patients aged(7-11years) were the highest(42.9%), mothers with blood group O+ve were the highest(44.1%), patients treated non-surgically were(100%), patients with good prognosis were(100%), patients with good mental condition were(100%), mothers who had normal delivery were(100%), and finally patients who had x-ray investigation done were(100%).

Seminar
Nov, 2019
Health Risks of Morbid Obesity

Pharmacy, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Nov, 2019
Hazards of Vaccines (Immunization)

Pharmacy, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Nov, 2019
Epidemiology of Viral Hepatitis

Pharmacy, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Nov, 2019
Health Risks of Morbid Obesity

Pharmacy, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Nov, 2019
Hazards of Vaccines (Immunization)

Pharmacy, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Nov, 2019
Epidemiology of Viral Hepatitis

Pharmacy, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Apr, 2019
Risks and side effects of MRI on human health

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Apr, 2019
The dangerous impact of artificial food coloring

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Mar, 2019
Causes, effects, hazards & solutions of air pollution

Radiology, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

May, 2018
Corona Virus

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Mar, 2018
Amebiasis

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Jan, 2018
Epistaxis

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Attend

Nov, 2017
Air Pollution

Community Health, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Apr, 2017
Management of Bio-hazards

Community Health, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Dec, 2016
Mastitis

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

May, 2016
Scabies

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Apr, 2016
antioxidants

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Attend

Apr, 2015
Toxoplasmosis

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Mar, 2015
Lead poisoning

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Mar, 2015
COPD

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Feb, 2015
Alzehimer disease

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

May, 2014
EBOLA Virus Disease

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Apr, 2014
Types of ICU

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Feb, 2014
Hospital design

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Feb, 2014
DDH

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

May, 2013
Role of diet in preventing Cancer

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Attend

Apr, 2013
Dermatitis

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Apr, 2013
Stroke

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Attend

Apr, 2013
Perth disease

Midwifery, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Mar, 2013
Omega 3,6,9

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

May, 2012
Dengue virus

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Feb, 2012
Conjunctivitis

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Jan, 2012
Cataract

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

May, 2011
Prevention of illness & diseases

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Apr, 2009
Skin Cancer Prevention & Early Detection

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Apr, 2009
Dysphagia

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter

Feb, 2009
Dangers of Skin Cancer

Nursing, Duhok Technical Institute As Presenter