Muwada Bashir Awad Bashir
Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum, Sudan
Muwada Bashir Awad Bashir, MD, Public Health Physician
Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum, Sudan
Project Coordinator, Sudan Fertility Care Association
I am a 25 years old physician. I graduated from University of Khartoum, Faculty of Medicine. I am currently doing a master of public health in faculty of medicine and heath science in Neelain University and working as project coordinator in a governmental health organization plus working as a teaching assistant and research fellow in Community Medicine Department at Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum.
Since my early academic life I was a distinguished student of excellent performance. I passed my national secondary and primary school exams scoring of the top 50 students in my country. Early in my childhood I realized my desire to become a doctor, which motivated me to become a hard working student, and build my knowledge in different domains. Growing up I had in-depth knowledge in sociology, health and history. As I knew much about humanity, diversity issues, policy and its impact on the developing world.
Soon after I joined the university, I became more interested in social services. I participated in many voluntary activities aimed for social and health services provision to vulnerable populations. Through that I had the chance of being a leader of many students’ associations and forums activities. Then I practiced my hoppy of directing efforts, services and public interest to social and community based health services. My experiences in Medical School strongly shaped my career interests. Crystalized my passion to lead change, especially in the context of health service entrepreneurship and evidence based health reform in developing countries .so I am planning to go in my career life for specializing in health care management and administration and internal medicine. I believe in a developing country like Sudan, health services management and health system failures is the main cause for poor health services delivery and poor clinical outcome in medicine.