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Dr. Adeel Khatri / FCPS, CHPE
Dr. Khatri is the current program director of the Emergency Medicine program at the Indus Hospital Korangi, he is an active teacher & CPEM faculty member. He’s a recipient of the Chad Epps Bursary for Master debriefers course (the debriefers academy Canada) . He is a former CPEM alumnus; he graduated from the latter in the batch of 2018. His areas of interest include Medical Education and simulations.
Dr. Saima Ali / FCPS, MHPE
Dr. Ali is the current head of the department of Emergency Medicine (Adult section), IHHN. She is the first program director of the FCPS EM residency program at Indus. She is a clinician educator and has interest in EM curriculum development, contextual educational research and is an avid advocate of patients’ rights, safety and maintaining highest standards of quality healthcare in Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Syed Ghazanfar Saleem / FCPS
Dr. Saleem completed his fellowship in Internal Medicine in 2014 from College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan. Since then he has been working as Chair of the Emergency Medicine service line he is also Chairing the Emergency task force for building capacity of 11 other network Emergency departments. He is one of the founding members of the Pakistan society of Emergency Medicine (PSEM). His area of interest includes development of emergency care services.
Dr. M. Bilal Hassan / MBBS
Dr. Hassan is the Program Coordinator for both F-PEM & CPEM. He received his medical degree from the Ziauddin University in 2012. His areas of interest are Medical journalism & Emergency medical care. He’s currently in the process of applying for a Masters in Public Health. He’s been published in numerous international publications namely Vice, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, BBC and the Toronto Star. He hosts a health & wellness podcast on the streaming app Patari.
Dr. Megan Rybarczyk / MD, MPH, FACEP
Graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a major in the Biological Sciences and a minor in Anthropology. She received her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and completed her residency training in Emergency Medicine at the Boston Medical Center, serving her final year as a Chief Resident.She completed her Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship at the Harvard/ Bringham and Women’s Hospital Program, with a focus on emergency care systems development and Emergency medicine training. Her experiences in the field of Global Health have involved clinical work, research, and/or education all over the world in countries such as Bangladesh, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominica, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras, India, Pakistan, South Africa, and Uganda. Her research and academic interests are currently focused on EM education and training and emergency care systems development, particularly in low resource settings. Dr. Rybarczyk is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine and is the Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship Director.
Dr. Sama Mukhtar / FCPS, CHPE
Dr. Mukhtar is a Consultant of Emergency Medicine at the Indus hospital and Health Network, Karachi. She has a keen interest in Medical Education and her work is focused primarily on Emergency Medicine education, clinical research, trauma team training and capacity building. She is currently a global clinical research scholar at Harvard Medical School and is heading the clinical research committee at the Emergency Department of Indus.