I have taught first and second year medical students individually which has helped me to focus on an individuals in that given time. I also tutor a small group of school children on the weekend that has helped them to improve their grades.
I am a newly qualified doctor that enjoys teaching medical students for three years. Also I would like to share my experience and knowledge to help others with their studies that are either doing their GCSEs, Alevels or struggling at medical school.
Oct 2013 - June 2020 Faculty of Medicine in Medicine Masters MuDr
Hradec Kralove Charles University
Completed all core subjects
Human anatomy, Histology, Biology, Clinical biochemistry, Pathophysiology, Pathoanatomy, Infectious and preventative Medicine, ENT, Ophthalmology, Microbiology, First Aid, Internal medicine, Surgery, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Paediatrics, Forensic Medicine
Sep 2005 – June 2007 Leyton Sixth Form College A - Levels
Subjects: English Lit/Lang, Biology, Chemistry, Maths, Health and Social care
Sep 2001 – July 2005 George Mitchell School GCSEs
Subjects: English literature, English language, Maths, Double Science, Art, History, Design and technology, Religious Education, PE
New Cross Gate Dialysis unit
Healthcare assistant Oct 2010 - June 2011
From my most recent job I greatly enjoyed strengthening my organisational values, where I acted with integrity and valued patients' needs and wishes. I also understood and responded appropriately to customs, values and spiritual beliefs of patients. As instructed I performed a wide range of clinical and clerical tasks; this involved answering telephone and taking personal enquiries from patients and visitors in a sensitive and tactful manner and passed the information to an appropriate member of staff. There I also carried out dialysis, obtained blood and bodily samples from patients when requested and labelled and recorded accordingly. Most importantly I demonstrated and understood the principles of haemodialysis and its effects on the patient. I greatly extended my delivery and documentation of care and recoding essential information.
Royal London Hospital Renal ward
Healthcare assistant June 2009 – Sep 2009
I particularly enjoyed my job as a nursing assistant in a renal ward, where I expanded my knowledge of kidney physiology and built upon my personal and clinical skills. There I appreciated the importance of trustworthiness, taking into account preserving patients' privacy and confidentiality with sensitive to culture and ethnicity when nursing patients with acute renal failure and those requiring one to one nursing in a monitored acute bed. Here I learnt to carry out blood sugar tests, cardiovascular observations, urinalysis, dressings and ECG and handled legible records, thereby improving my clinical skills and care values. This fascinating clinical experience exposed me to direct patient care as well as giving me the opportunity to shadow doctors carrying out various procedures such as transoesophagal echocardiogram endoscopy, MRI scan, Permcath and Vascath, which enabled me to build upon my team work and decision making, further enhancing my competence and performance. I have greatly advanced my attention to detail and listening skills as special attention needed to be paid to these issues during handover, when I had to ensure that I wrote up relevant and related information for each patient.
Smile in London
Dental care assistant July 2007 – Feb 2008
I thoroughly enjoyed my job as an assistant dental nurse, where I performed a range of clinical and reception duties such as receiving patients, preparing the dental instruments, processing x-rays and sterilising equipment. This opportunity has boosted my confidence and given me an unprejudiced outlook on life, while dealing directly with patients.
Performance Award: Villiers Park 2006 - award for outstanding performance
Voluntary Work Aug 2013- Sep 2013
Leprosy Control Organization (LEPCO)- took a trip to Afghanistan to volunteer as a care assistant in rural areas where the locals suffered with leprosy and tuberculosis
Positions of Responsibility
Tutor: During 3rd and 4th of my Medical degree I have been guiding and tutor some of the first year medical students with their studies as well as tutoring small group of school children on the weekends.
Language: English (fluent), Farsi (fluent), Dari (fluent), Urdu (fluent), Czech (able to communicate with patients within healthcare settings)
IT: Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel
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