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Mrs RANA EZZAT AHMED AL-ADAWY
RANA EZZAT AHMED AL-ADAWY
COMPLETED Research Student
I received my Bachelor Degree in Pharmaceutical Science from Al-Mansoura University in Egypt and graduated with a strong standing in 2007. I got my Master Degree in Clinical Pharmacy from Queen's University, UK, in 2012 with distinct. To improve my research experience and sharpen skills, I have been working as an investigator and co-investigator in many types of research. With a particular interest in endocrine and diabetes such as; “Assessment of Dapagliflozin Effectiveness as Add-on Therapy for the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in a Qatari Population” and "Determination of optimal insulin regiment for glycemic control in hospitalised non-critical patients (ORG trial), in addition to “Glycemic control in diabetic patients using glaring twice daily versus once-daily regimens”.
Currently, I am working as a clinical pharmacist at the largest health system of Qatar; Hamad Medical Corporation, which includes more than 20 hospitals in addition to the national ambulance and home healthcare service. I have been working in the internal medicine units for more than ten years. I participated in projects to improve the service in the area of internal medicine and endocrinology.
I am passionate about continuous education and self-development, as well as research work and its implementation in clinical practice. The great interest in research motivated me to pursue my PhD by research within my area of interest.
Emerging evidence suggests that migration to western countries has been associated with increased risk of metabolic syndrome. However, migration to the Middle East was not investigated. Hence, I decided; along with my team to conduct this project as a base of my PhD.
It was a real learning experience. Throughout my PhD journey, I have been learning a lot about research from the intensive courses provided by the university, the continuous constructive feedback from my supervisory team and the support of the fellow research students.
Additionally, during COVID-19 out breaks in 2020 and 2021 I was leading the clinical pharmacy practice in one of the filed hospitals. this field hospital was recognized with safe discharges without medications related errors.
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