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Jeddah, Makkah Province, Saudi Arabia
May 22, 2018

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Seeking a position in human services that will allow me to build upon the foundation of my work and life experience and challenge me to grow in a way that meaningfully affects and benefits society. EXPERIENCE

Fairfax County Public School, Fairfax, VA, Substitute teacher (November 2016- Present)

Follow regular teacher’s lesson plans in a way that ensures consistency and optimal learning, and that encourages students to participate.

Assign class work and homework as necessary, according to lesson plans.

Modify teaching styles to fit the learning styles of various students.

Maintain a well-managed classroom and positive learning environment.

Supervise students out of class such as in the hallways and in the cafeteria.

Create lesson plans, grade class work, homework and tests and attend parent-teacher conferences (for long-term sub assignments).

Transperfect Interpreter Services, VA, US, Medical Interpreter (June 2016- present) Heartland Alliance, Chicago, IL, Medical Interpreter (January 2006- July 2009)

Translates between non-English speaking patients in hospitals, physician's offices, clinics, rehabilitation facilities, nursing homes and mental health clinics and healthcare providers. Cross Cultural Interpreting Services, Chicago, IL, USA, Arabic Medical Interpreter (2006-2009)

Interprets between non-English speaking patients and doctors in hospitals, physician's offices, clinics, rehabilitation facilities, nursing homes and mental health clinics. Ministry of Health, Dep. of Infection Control and Preventive Medicine (July 2012- March 2016)

Prepared preventive health reports including problem descriptions, analyses, alternative solutions, and recommendations.

Attends Hospitals Infection Prevention & Control Committee meetings

Implemented interventions to address behavioral causes of diseases.

Designed surveillance tools, such as screening, lab reports, and vital records, to identify health risks.

Identifies groups at risk for specific preventable diseases or injuries.

Attending 2 day/wk. general practice clinic, consult with patients, making diagnoses, prescribing and administering treatments.

Louisiana Office of Public Health, Wetmore TB clinic, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, Intern (Sep.2012- Dec.2012)

Assessment of TB contact tracing activities project.

Provide statistical and data management input into protocol development. Write Statistical Analysis Plans for assigned projects

Perform statistical data analyses.

Attending a daily clinic work under supervision by the head of the clinic Dr. Juzar A.

Accompanying DIS to get field experience to observe administering directly observed therapy

(DOT).for sputum-smear positive (SS+) TB patients and identify the possible factors for low contact detection. Give them prophylactic treatment if were positive by tuberculin skin test (TST). Tulane University, Louisiana, USA, Master Of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (2009-2012)

Master Candidate

The Doctors Clinic, Khartoum, General Practitioner (2003-2008)

• Consulted with patients, made diagnoses, prescribed and administered treatments

• Upheld high ethical standard and exercised compassion in interactions with and treatment of patient Khartoum North Hospital, Employees Health Clinic Doctor (2003-2009)

Consulted with patients, made diagnoses, prescribed and administered treatments.

Examined patients (company personnel and their eligible family members), diagnosed their ailments, prescribed medicines and follow up on treatment during convalescence. Referred patients to specialists concerned, as necessary and after approval by supervisor.

Pre-employment Physical Examination.

Mycetoma Research Center, Khartoum, Sudan. Research Assistant (January 2004-May2005)

Went through the different research documents and edited them. Submitted protocols of edited documents.

Obtained consent documents from the subjects on whom the research was conducted or the guardians of those subjects.

Studied and screened all the subjects that have registered as study subjects and determined their suitability for the research study that was to be conducted.

Have taken care of the follow-up that was required after the study was conducted.

Assisted in preparation of presentations, manuscripts and project related topics.

Handled matters of participant reimbursements.

Ministry Of Health, Khartoum, Quality Control (2003-2005)

Developed and implemented policies, procedures.

Assured that facility is in compliance with all federal, state and local laws. Adhered to productivity and quality assurance standards

Medical Director, Khartoum North Hospital, Khartoum, Sudan (2002-2005)

Participated in administrative decision making.

Recommended and approved policies and procedures.

Participated in the activities of quality assurance.

Upheld high ethical standard and exercised compassion in interactions with and treatment of patients Medical Director & Medical Officer, GIAD Hospital, Khartoum (2002-2003)

Developed and implemented policies, procedures.

Assured that facility is in compliance with all federal, state and local laws.

Consulted with patients, made diagnoses, prescribed and administered treatments. Medical Intern, Khartoum Hospitals, Ministry Of Health-Sudan (2000-2002)

Over the course of two years, completed training in all medical specialties during intensive three- month rotation schedule, Surgery, Medicine, Pediatrics, OBG, Orthopedics and Pediatric surgery. Shadowed veteran physician’s daily. Consulted with patients, made diagnoses and prescribed treatments as a supervised Medical Intern.


Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, USA

Master of Public Health & Tropical Medicine (2009-2012), courses include: Clinical Tropical Medicine, Clinical Case Presentation, Epidemiologic Methods, Biostatistics, Computer Packages of Statistical Analysis (SPSS), Social and Behavioral Aspects of Global Health, Principles of Health System Administration and Management, Survey of Environmental Health, Medical Helminthology, Microbial Diseases of The Tropics, Medical Protozoology, Parasitology Lab, Tropical Virology, Diagnostic Methods in Microbiology, Disease Control in Developing Countries, Tropical Medicine Seminar, Prasitology Seminar, Immunology, Advance Topics in Emerging Pathogens, Grant Writing. Presentations:

• Immunization with a Multivalent, Subunit Vaccine Reduces Patent Infection in a Natural Bovine Model of Onchocerciasis (Parasitology Seminar).

• SARS in Southeast Asia (Disease Prevention and Control in Developing Countries).

• The performance of haematuria reagent strips for the rapid mapping of urinary schistosomiasis: field experience from Southern Sudan. (Tropical Medicine Seminar).

• Family Outbreak of Shiga Toxin–producing Escherichia coli O123: H–, France, 2009 (Advance Topics in Emerging Pathogens).

• Impact Of BP Oil Spill On Microorganisms In The Gulf Of Mexico 2010 ( Environmental Health ) Proposals:

• Cannabis-induced Psychosis among adolescents in Africa: A multilevel intervention to reduce cannabis use.

• Tuberculosis Prevention Program in Suba Refugee Camp – Sudan (PROJECT). Public Health Analysis

Leishmaniasis in South Sudan; Epidemiology, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention.

Tulane University -Xavier University New Orleans, LA, USA HIV/AIDS UPDATE FOR MEDICAL GRDUATES (Certificate) (July 2010)

Gezeira University, Madani, Sudan ( Dec1999)

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).



Arabic: Mother Tongue

English: Advanced (speaking, reading and writing)


• Proficiency with Windows and Microsoft applications.

• Experience working with SPSS software.


Richard Oberhelman, MD. (

- Chair of the Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.

Azam Elnour, MD. MPH&TM (

- Head of Non- Communicable Diseases Sector, Preventive Medicine Dep. Ministry of National Guard Health Affairs, WR, KSA

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