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Beirut, Beirut Governorate, Lebanon
Posted:
June 19, 2019

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Mohsen, Amani Mohamad

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Beirut, Lebanon.

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Medical Education

Beirut Arab University Faculty of Medicine, Lebanon

09/2004 - 06/2010medical school, graduated as M.D.

Awards:scholarship fund for Palestinian refugee women.

07/2010- 06/2011: internship

07/2011- 06/2015: residency in OBGYN department in Beirut Governmental University Hospital.

09/2015- 09/2016: full time Master in Public Health at Cardiff University.

Awards: MAP/ Asfari Foundation.

09/2015: I did MRCOG part1 and passed it.

Membership and Honorary/Professional Societies

-Associate member of Royal College of Obstetricians &Gynaecologists.

-Member of the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics &Gynaecology.

-Member of Medical Student Committee in Beirut Arab University.

-Union of Palestinian Doctors and Pharmacists in Lebanon.

-Union of Palestinian Women in Beirut.

Work Experience

Obstetrician (Consultant)

07/2015-09/2015 obstetrician with MSF (Medicine SansFrontriers/ doctors without borders) in Shatila Camp- Beirut- Lebanon.

10/2016-7/2018: full time obstetrics and gynecology consultant at MSF.

8/2018 – till now: part time obstetrician at MSF.

03/2017-till 06/2018: part-time OBGYN hospitalist at Clemenceau Medical Center.

11/2018- till now: full time hospitalist at Clemenceau Medical Center " CMC". CMC ranked the world's first hospital for medical travelers in March 2019. It's one of the best hospitals in the middle east.

Peer Reviewer

I am serving as reviewer for two journals (The green journal & the international journal in Obstetrics and gynecology BJOG). So far, I have reviewed 17 manuscripts. I am planning to review more as well in the future and to have my own research papers. In my MPH, my dissertation was systematic review about the evidence of causal link between Zika virus and congenital anomalies.

Obstetrics & Gynecology:

I had good experience in obstetrics. I did hundreds of normal and operative vaginal deliveries, I did hundreds of primary and repeat C-sections whether urgent or elective, term or preterm, under different indications as abnormal fetal presentation (breech, transverse) and placenta previa. I assisted in many cases of cesarean hysterectomy for placenta percreta, being diagnosed before the procedure. Our delivery suite was an intermediate care unit for cases of preterm labor, severe preeclampsia, HELLP syndrome and acute fatty liver of pregnancy. In the obstetric ward, I used to take care of post C-section patients, pyelonephritis in pregnancy & diabetes in pregnancy. Pregnant patients diagnosed with diabetic ketoacidosis were managed in the intensive care units under the supervision of the obstetrics team. I used to run the antenatal care visits and the high risk pregnancy clinics. I did hundreds of follow-up ultrasounds and morpho-scans.

I managed wide range of cases who presented as threatened, missed and incomplete abortion. I did hundreds of D&Cs. I used to manage cases of molar pregnancy.

In the gynecology, I used to run the gynecology clinics, I did many procedures as hysterectomies whether abdominal or vaginal, myomectomies, anterior and posterior colporrhaphy. I assisted in many de-bulking procedures and radical hysterectomies.

I have worked with doctors without borders in a busy maternity at Shatila Camp. I was responsible for running the antenatal visits for about 140 patients daily with two midwives. I used to manage the high risk pregnant patients (refugees with vague complicated medical histories: obesity, recurrent preterm deliveries, gestational HTN, Gestational DM, DVTs in pregnancy…). I was responsible for supervising the delivery suite (no blood bank, no anesthesia or operating room), in case of emergency, I used to stabilize the cases to be transferred to tertiary hospital in Beirut).

General Medicine:

I used to work from January 2011 till Sep 2015 as general practitioner in many clinics in different areas in Lebanon. I used to manage complaints in infections (respiratory, urinary and gastrointestinal), diabetes management, hypertension management, running essential screening tests and to counsel patients about their health and to refer them to specialized doctors when necessary. Although this job was part-time job, but clinics were busy clinics situated among low income communities so people cannot pay too much for their health and at the same time, the life style and associated conditions make those people more prone to health complications and diseases simply due to poor housing or unhealthy work conditions. In any evening shift, I was simply expected to manage at least 20 -30 patients with different complaints.

Qualifications that I get in my MPH program

I get great knowledge in medical statistics and research, interpreting data and writing different study designs. I learnt how to use Stata to analyze the association between different variables (linear and logistic regression: univariate and multivariate) and how to study different statistical distributions. My dissertation is a systematic review to update the evidence about ZIKV teratogenicity.

In my master program, I get good knowledge in medical research, data analysis, running different study designs and doing coherent literature review with critical appraisal to different study designs using different checklists (STORBE, CASP, SURE).

I get great knowledge in basic epidemiology, applied epidemiology, health management, health policy, health economics, health protection, environmental health, global health, health improvement and leadership in health. I am well trained to use many tools as doing health need assessment, health impact assessment, evaluation of health systems using Donabedian and Maxwell templates, running PDSA cycles and continuous evaluation to ensure health improvement. Also, I have well trained to do retrospective and prospective analysis of health policies. I have studied thoroughly modules in global health and leadership in health in which change is a key to improve health status in low and middle income countries through cooperation between local health ministries and different NGOs.

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

I have attended the following conferences:

Clinical pearls in combating cervical cancer by LSOG 2013.

Emergencies in women’s health care: An antenatal approach: LSOG 2013.

Roadmap to Women’s Health Screening and Prevention LSOG 2014.

LIFE 2014 “where fertility comes first” by Lebanese international fertility summit “.

21st international annual congress of the Lebanese Society of Obstetrics &Gynaecology 2017.

I have attended also the following workshops:

Obstetrical Anal Sphincter injuries (OASIS) Repair Hands- On, 2018

Advances in Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, May 2018

The Fetal organ scan, Nov 2017.

G-MEA laparoscopic workshop Nov 2014

Pre-congress workshop on Laparoscopy by LSOG2014

Practical guidelines in infertility management 2013

Publications

Novel management of ovarian vein thrombosis: A case report. NAOUM, J. et al. Novel Management of ovarian vein thrombosis: A case report. Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal, 2018. ISSN 1319-0164.

Advanced tubal pregnancy: A case report. yared G, Chahine r, ramadan M, hijazi h, MohsenA, hajjar C, Jurdi S. Advanced tubal pregnancy: A case report. J Med liban2018 ; 66 (1) : 54-56.

Amani M, Rabih C. Would Hydroxychloroquine Be A New Promising Drug in Managing Antiphospholipid Syndrome?. Drug Des Int Prop Int J 2(4). DDIPIJ.MS.ID.000141. DOI: 10.32474/DDIPIJ.2018.02.000141

Amani Mohsen. Depression in Pregnancy: Treat or Do Not Treat?. Drug Des Int Prop Int J 2(1)- 2018. DDIPIJ.MS.ID.000128. DOI: 10.32474.DDIPIJ.2018.02.000128.

Sleiman Z, Hussein S, Mohsen A, Khazzaka A, Tropea A, Biondi A. Laparoscopic management of uncommon benign uterine tumors: a systematic review. Updates in surgery. 2019:1-7.

Oral Presentations

07/2012-07/2013 Weekly power-point presentation of complicated obstetrical cases in our delivery suite

Many journal clubs

Mohsen, A. (2012). Hormone Replacement Therapy, Grand Round, Beirut, Lebanon

Mohsen, A. (2012). Sepsis following pregnancy, Grand Round,Beirut, Lebanon

Mohsen, A. (2013).Preterm Labor, management & prevention of preterm delivery, Grand Round, Saida, Lebanon

Mohsen,A. (2013).Techniques of Elective & Emergency Cesarean Sections,Grand Round, Saida, Lebanon

Mohsen, A. (2013).Hypertensive disorders in Pregnancy,Grand Round, Beirut,Lebanon

Mohsen, A. (2014). Urologic complications during Gynecologic surgeries, Grand Round, Beirut, Lebanon

Mohsen, A. (2014).Hypertensive disorders & maternal mortality and morbidity, Grand Round, Beirut, Lebanon

Volunteer Experience

01/ 2010 - 02/2010 Average Hours/Week: 24

Al Abrar Association, Lebanon

I was a member of "Salamtak campaign" that was in association with Al Abrar association. The campaign was composed from physicians and medical students. The campaign was initiated in order to go and visit rural areas in Lebanon, examining the patients, provide primary medical health, give the patients free medications.

06/2012 – 09/2014 Average Hours/Week: 3

I gave lot of lectures for women in many refugee camps in Beirut through the union of Palestinian Women. Those lectures aimed to increase awareness about important issues in women health including malignancies, problems in pregnancy, contraception, diabetes, hypertension, coronary artery diseases, dyslipidemia and osteoporosis.

Hobbies & Interests

-I like walking, listening to music and reading poems, short stories & novels.

Language Fluency

Arabic (Native/functionally native)

English (Fluent)

French (Basic)

German (Basic)

Welsh (Basic)

Other Awards/Accomplishments

- Award in chess championship in Beirut Arab University medical school.

- Award in elocution championship in Beirut Arab University.

- Asafari foundation award for working with vulnerable women in camps (Nov 2018)



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