Employment

Ghaiath Hussein Experiences. Ghaiath Hussein Experiences


Academic  Qualifications
My doctoral studies were fully funded by Wellcome Trust grant no. 099385/Z/12/Z.
MHSc. (Bioethics), Joint Centre for Bioethics, University of Toronto (Canada).
1st
part clinical MD in Community Medicine, Sudan Medical Specialization Board.
MBBS, Faculty of Medicine, Al-Zaeem Al-Azhary University (Sudan).


Current position
Assistant Professor






Employment Background:

August 2020 - date: Assistant Professor of Bioethics and public health at the College of Public Health and Health Informatics at King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Riyadh. 

April 2016-April 2019: Assistant professor of medical ethics and professionalism, Al-Farabi Medical Colleges, Riyadh. My tasks include the teaching of bioethics and public health to the undergraduate medical and dentistry students and helping in other academic and quality-related tasks. Other administrative and academic tasks include:
1-     Vice Chair of the Research Unit
2-     Head of the Students’ Rights & Discipline Committee
3-     Member of the Curriculum Management Committee
4-     Member of the College Council
5-     Course director for these courses: Medical Ethics & Professionalism (MEP 351), Community Medicine & Epidemiology (EPCM 361), and Research Methods & Evidence-Based Healthcare (EBHC 481)



Jan. 2013 - Jul. 2018:[1] Full-Time Postgraduate Researcher at the University of Birmingham. My PhD thesis is about the ethical issues related to the conduct of research in conflict-affected areas. My case study is in Darfur, west Sudan. It covers the research involving humans conducted by the international NGOs during the humanitarian crisis in Darfur from 2004 till the end of 2012 using mostly qualitative research methods.

June 2010 – Nov. 2012: Assistant professor, Department of Bioethics, Faculty of Medicine – King Fahad Medical City, affiliated with King Saud Bin Abdul-Aziz University for Health Sciences. My tasks included teaching of bioethics to undergraduate medical students, assist in conducting and reviewing research, assist in developing ethical guidelines, provide ethics consultations, and assist in the organization and delivery of training activities for clinicians and faculty staff. I was also a member of the following Committees: Patients' Rights, Institutional Review Board, Clinical Ethics Committee

June 2009 – June 2010: Epidemiology medical doctor and a technical & research consultant at Dengue Fever Control Program, Ministry of Health (Jeddah Province, Saudi Arabia). My tasks included periodic epidemiological reporting of dengue cases, training of staff, technical assistance to researchers, and to help in developing guidelines and protocols.

July – September 2009: Senior Project Officer, Mapping African Review Capacity (MARC) Project, Council of Health Research and Development (COHRED). MARC is funded by EU grant and run jointly by Geneva-based COHRED and the University of Kuazulu Natal in South Africa. My main tasks included planning and initiation of MARC project activities, mainly to work with the project team to develop and update an African map of research and research ethics review capacity. The interactive map is available on (http://www.healthresearchweb.org/).

June 2008 – June 2009: Deputy Director, Research Directorate, a subdivision of the Planning Department in the Federal Ministry Of Health (Sudan); the department responsible for planning, policy formulation, health information, and health economics. My tasks included the representation of Sudan in national and international forums related to research, help in developing ethical and technical guidelines for research, provide technical assistance to researchers and policy makers, and to help in training staff on research ethics.
Sep. 2007 – Jun. 2008: Fulltime master student at the University of Toronto, Canada.

Sep. 2006 – Sep. 2007: Epidemiology medical doctor and technical & researcher consultant at Dengue Fever Control Program, Ministry of Health (Jeddah Province, Saudi Arabia). My tasks included periodic epidemiological reporting of dengue cases, training of staff, technical assistance to researchers, and to help in developing guidelines and protocols.

April – June 2006: National Primary Health Care (PHC) Officer, World Health Organization (Nyala sub-office, South Darfur, Sudan). My main tasks included planning and monitoring the PHC activities in collaboration with the state ministry of health, international NGOs and other UN agencies, and the coordination and collaboration with the UN agencies providing humanitarian aid in south Darfur, especially for refugees and internally displaced persons. I was also responsible for the regular follow-up of the performance of PHC centres in South Darfur through auditory visits.
June 2004- April 2006: Director of Researchers' Training and Capacity Building Unit at the Research Directorate, (Federal Ministry of Health, Sudan). My tasks included the design, implementation and follow-up of the training activities conducted by the department.
January 2003- June 2004 Internship Clinical Training:
-  Internship assignments-16 months, Jan 2003- June 2004 in Teaching & University hospitals in Khartoum



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