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Clinical Dietition

Hazm Al Markhiya, Qatar
March 23, 2020

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Duhail St *** Zone ** Villa 70 Doha Qatar 00974(33468591)

Dedicated and multi-faceted Nutrition and Administrative Professional offers a Bachelor’s Degree in Food and Nutrition, complemented by 8+ years of leading clerical operations within the health sector. Possesses the expertise needed to ensure alignment of health initiatives with Qatar Vision 2030, demonstrated by the capacity to strengthen human and social development through leading awareness programs, communication strategies, and health research. An exemplary global citizen brings significant international experience, interacting with diverse and destitute communities and employing immense integrity, a strong moral code, and commitment to empathy and respect to communicate with various groups. Complements personal strengths with skills in administration and support in the realm of nutrition and research. Fluent in Arabic & English.


Health & Nutrition

Office Management

Administrative Support

Holistic Dietary Service

Policy & Planning

Research & Data Analysis

Mother & Child Nutrition

Leadership & Collaboration

Client Needs Assessment

Presentations & Conferences

Filing & Records Management

Oral & Written Communication

Technical Experience: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel & PowerPoint) Windows & Macintosh OS SPSS


Clinical Nutrition Certificate, December 2017, Weill Cornell Qatar

Diabetes Educator Certificate Program, 2015, The Michener Institute For Applied Health Sciences with Qatar Diabetes Association


Honors Bachelor of Science in Food & Nutrition, 2011, Ahfad University for Women –

School of Health Sciences, Khartoum, Sudan

Relevant Courses: Introduction to Human Nutrition; Nutrition During Life Cycle; Applied Nutrition I, II; Mother and Child Nutrition; Health and Nutrition Education; Nutrition Program; Food and Nutrition Policy and Planning; Clinical Nutrition I, II; Diet Therapy I, II; Rural Extension I, II.

Research Highlights: Final Project – A 60-page report on risk factors associated with Low Birth Weight (LBW) among select group of 150 women.

Research: Conducted a descriptive, cross-sectional, hospital-based study at Omdurman Maternity Hospital; and collected primary data using a standardized, close ended, directly administered questionnaire, in addition to anthropometrical measurements, collecting secondary data through relevant literature and case studies.

Data Analysis: Analyzed data using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) and identified a strong correlation between the low birth weight of new born babies and prevalence of some diseases among their mothers such as hypertension, anemia, urinary tract infections, malaria, and preeclampsia. Low Birth Weight was also found to be associated with mothers’ age, height, birth interval, and P value.

Results & Conclusion: The research results supported the conclusion that LBW can only be reduced through multiple component preventive programs.

Associate of Arts – General Science, 2002, Santa Fe Community College Gainesville, FL, USA

Practicing license

Full Registration from Sudanese National Council for Medical & Health Professions

Practicing license form Supreme Council Of Health, State Of Qatar



Senior Clinical Dietitian September 2016-present

Feto Maternal Centre

Key Accountabilities & Duties

Counseling and diet treatments.

providing health advice and promoting healthy eating

helping people come to terms with their illnesses

advising about special diets

making presentations

writing reports

Presentation and awareness

establishing and addressing key health needs

helping to facilitate dietary changes

working as part of a multidisciplinary team

supporting the work of other healthcare professionals

Key skills for dietitian

Dietitian needs to possess a mature, confident and caring manner. The ability to interact well with people from a wide range of backgrounds, together with good interpersonal and communication skills are essential – as is an understanding nature.

Clinical Research Coordinator Level 1-Dietetics July 2017- Oct 2018

Weill Cornell Medicine College Qatar

Job Responsibilities

Support and assist the CRS leadership in the delivery of lifestyle interventions for obesity and diabetes

related studies.

Recruited to Work on the project with Supreme Committee on changing the diet for the Worker Welfare.

Input and maintenance of clinical data into the central electronic clinical research database. Keeping

and maintaining of paper files as required.

Responsible for tracking and maintenance of portable electronic devices daily.

Responsible for understanding the workflow of Clinical Research Coordinators to ensure a seamless

data flow

Assists in tracking and maintaining orders on inventory and disposal of material related to studies.

Attends meetings regularly with CRCs, investigators and senior staff.

Prepares data for meetings as requested.

Becomes familiar with running study related equipment.

Coordinates vacations, etc with other team members to ensure smooth workflow.

Performs other job-related duties as required for instance worked at HMC Psychiatry hospital with bipolar patients.

Clinical Dietitian October 2015- June 2016

Primary Health Care Cooperation - Doha.

Key Accountabilities & Duties

Counseling and diet treatments.

Provide nutritional counseling, create meal plans, and evaluate diet restrictions to ensure patients obtain the proper nutrition.



Consult with PHCC’s multidisciplinary team to determine diet restrictions and nutritional needs to provide patients with accurate diet plans.

Assist PHCC’s multidisciplinary team to treat patients by providing nutrition programs based on assessments of, temperature, stress, mobility and other relevant factors.

Analyze patient’s conditions, and advise practical ways in which patients can improve their health through a healthier eating habit.

Calculate patients' nutritional requirements using standard equations based on patient’s medical condition.

Follow-up on patient’s progress and ensure patients are cooperating in following the recommended diet.

Develop diet-related reports and case notes, and maintain accurate history records of patients.

Promoting healthy eating habits:

Educate the community and patients about the importance of a healthy diet and its impact on the general health.

Promote healthy eating habits to patients and the community.

Facilitate and instruct patients and their families on how to follow the recommended diet plan.

Gathers, receives, assesses and interprets highly complex, sensitive or contentious information concerning the patient’s background, including medical, human body measurements, biochemical, medication, diagnostic tests, social history and dietary intake, using knowledge of food portions.

Uses professional judgment and clinical experience and expertise to plan and implement a variety of dietetic strategies based on an individual’s medical, biochemical, anthropometric and nutritional status.

Provides highly complex nutritional counseling through direct patient contact.

Provides individualized highly specialized practical advice (both written and verbal) regarding dietetic nutrition care plans.

Research Assistant March 2014 – October 2015

University of Calgary – Qatar


§Assisting the Project Manager with development of the training plan; orientation of team to health care centers and recruitment sites; training of team with respect to facility and interview protocol, interview techniques, data handling procedures, and data analysis process.

§Data collection process - recruitment of participants; interview and data quality.

§Liaison with Qatar Supreme Council of Health, Hamad Medical Corporation, and Universities key stake-holders and staff.

§Timely communication with research key-investigators, research participants, hospital staff, families, and other stakeholders.

§Conducting interviews, data analysis, participate in preparation for presentation of the study’s results, and other tasks.



Assistant Dietitian April 2011 –March 2014

Asia Hospital - Khartoum, Sudan

§Recruited to participate in multidisciplinary rounds, identify patients’ nutritional needs, monitor and evaluate their progress, and assist in the management of educational programming.

§Prioritized accessible, clear, and bilingual communication to effectively confer with diverse patient populations across various departments, such as pediatrics, labor and delivery, dialysis unit, diabetes clinic, and cardiology.

§Performed regular patient follow ups alongside the primary physician, gaining an in-depth understanding of patients’ conditions and basic menu needs, and assessing diets to offer knowledgeable and consultative guidance, and encourage dietary compliance.

§Developed comprehensive and individualized nutrition plans based on in-patients’ unique needs, monitored progress, adjusted portion parameters, and provided valuable advice for patients with hyper tension, diabetes, cardiac issues; and continued to promote proper nutrition after discharge.

UAEU Exchange Program December 2010

UAE University – Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

Invited to the UAEU Exchange Program as one of the top 6 students of the year, explored academic opportunities, and received a certificate from the Department of Nutrition and Health.

Rural Extension Program November 2009

Ahfad University for Women – Khartoum, Sudan

Participated in the Rural Extension Program, travelling to villages in rural Khartoum to strengthen education programs initiated to address such issues as breast cancer and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).

§Honed communication skills and quickly built rapport to counsel nomadic communities on family planning; empower women to take control of their health; and steer education on childcare, breastfeeding, and the dangers of female circumcision.

§Employed a participatory approach, emphasizing a “bottom up” philosophy through grassroots development and microfinance.

Nutrition Trainer May 2009

Alrebat Teaching Hospital - Khartoum, Sudan

Joined this nutrition training program to promote reproductive and child health, including the control, immunization, and treatment of diarrheal and childhood diseases.

§Contributed to prenatal care and family planning, and prepared meals in alignment with diet therapy and growth monitoring.

§Conducted daily rounds in malnourished children wards to assess weight and health, calculate formula needs, and following proper nutrition regimens, while communicating with mothers to provide education for optimal diet and nutrition.

Administrative Assistant 2002 – 2007

Governance Bureau – Khartoum, Sudan

Engaged with this NGO adopting a bottom-up approach to governance, reaching out to displaced communities primarily in the Darfur region, and extending services that pertain to family planning, child education, and nutrition.



§Performed a range of administrative duties, including arranging meetings, organizing documents, and managing correspondence with the public, as well as, other professionals and organizations.

§Harnessed experience and training working with children and displaced communities to connect with families, while stimulating educational and fundraising efforts to meet their needs.

§Utilized strong, concise, and clear communication skills to draft and edit reports on community health.

Conferences and Work Shop

Attending Excellence in Diabetes EID : Diabesity Confronting the epidemic of diabetes and obesity(2014)

Attending Breast Cancer Conferences 7-8 Oct 2016 Doha.

Attending Arab Diabetes 2nd Annual Congress 17-19 Nov 2016

Essential Management Course April 2018

Citizenship: U.S. Citizen

Marital Status: Married

Residency Type: Family

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