The Department’s members have a breadth and depth of expertise across a wide range of health disciplines, primary care in particular. Individually, they expand understanding of key issues collectively and collaboratively, delivering analysis that addresses challenges facing healthcare in Qatar.
Dr Hamda, who was awarded both membership and fellowship to the faculty of public health UK, leads the PHCC Department of Clinical Research and brings a wealth of experience in clinical research and from past roles such as Senior Executive for Medical Relations and Treatment Abroad Department, Medical Advisor to Assistant General secretary for Health Affairs, Assistant Director for Emergency Preparedness and Response Department, MoPH.
For several years she has served as an advisor to the Faculty of Public Health, Royal College of Physician, UK (first female candidate from Eastern region assigned in this position), a Trainer and Supervisor for the Arab Board community medicine Program- Qatar, and worked with several international agencies like WHO, FAO, UNICEF.
A researcher, physician, and epidemiologist. Over 10 years of work experience in the field of Public Health and community medicine. A voting member in PHCC Institutional Review Board (IRB). An active Author in many PHCC lead research projects.
A researcher, professor, physician, epidemiologist and an expert in e-learning. Over 20 years of experience with national scale studies about health in Iraq and Jordan as a national consultant for UNFPA and UNICEF. The Author of over 50 scientific articles. Leads the research-training program in PHCC with a focus on empowering participants to deliver a quality research proposal.
Mohamed has extensive national and international experience and holds a reputation as an expert in preventive medicine and public health, in particular within health service and policy development. He has previously held academic and senior health service roles in the UK and Europe. At PHCC, Mohamed, in addition to providing evidence informed health care advise, he oversees governance and planning of public health and primary care research.
She has over six years of experience in Social, Behavioral and Biomedical Research. Research. Tamara holds a master’s degree in Pharmaceutical Technology from the University of Jordan for Science and Technology.
Tamara coordinates research applications submitted to the Department of Clinical Research and the activities of the PHCC Research committees, assist in developing research policies, and assist in everyday activities in the department. Tamara has hands-on experience in conducting quantitative and qualitative research. And has acquired administrative experience through coordinating and managing the activities of projects she worked on previously. She has training in Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans and Principles and Practice of Clinical Research.
Hanan is actively involved in research governance, administration and in the design of research proposals. She is also involved in research capacity building and has helped to develop accredited training programs in research for doctors, nurses, and other allied health professionals working in PHCC.
She is also familiar with the ethical processes involved in research and has participated in the design and development of ethical policies, procedures and structure for research. She has had training in ethics and working as a secretary of the PHCC’s institutional review board (IRB) since 2014. She is also a coordinator of PHCC Research Committee which vets all research, commissions and funds research across the institution.
Shajitha has 14 years of experience in the research governance and administration field. She is involved in research capacity building and has helped to develop accredited training programs in research for health professionals working in PHCC. She is also familiar with the ethical processes involved in research and has participated in the design and development of ethical policies, procedures and structure for research.