CV

Curriculum Vitae

 

Personal information

Name

Mohamed Mostafa Alsayed Alasmar

MBBCh. MSc. MRCS. FRCS. (Gen. Surg)

 Education and Qualifications

As a student

Primary, preparatory schools; graded in the Secondary school with 98.125% in the secondary school years.

Faculty of medicine;

Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo

October 2000 to November 2005

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

Medicine and Surgery, MBBCh, Very Good with Honour

Internship

Kasr Alainy Hospitals – Cairo University

March 2006 – March 2007 (1 year)

Appointed as an intern in Cairo University hospitals for one year

and passed 2 months in each of the following sections

▪ General Medicine

▪ General Surgery

▪ Gynaecology obstetrics

▪ Paediatrics

▪ Student Hospital/Cancer Surgery (National Cancer Institute)

▪ Emergency & Anaesthesia

Postgraduate studies

Royal College of Surgeons England, London

August 2014 to August 2015

Diploma of Fellowship of Royal College of surgeons (FRCS) General Surgery England

(August 2015), granted the degree of Fellowship in September 2015

General Surgery, FRCS

Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo

September 2009 to May 2013

Master Degree in General Surgery. Thesis in evaluation of different modalities in management of penetrating abdominal trauma in Kasr Alainy

emergency department

General Surgery, M. Sc., Very Good

Royal College of Surgeons England, London

June 2009 to October 2011

Diploma of Membership of Royal College of surgeons (MRCS) (October 2011) and obtained the degree of Membership on February 2012

General Surgery, MRCS

Professional/Employment Experience

  • Specialist Registrar

August 2015 – Present

Appointed as registrar. I am responsible for management of surgical cases in emergency surgery department in Kasr Alainy – Cairo University hospitals. I am involved in decision making with the help of the on call consultant and participating in training and assisting the junior surgery trainee. Cairo university hospitals is the biggest tertiary hospital in Egypt with more than 5000 beds and very busy emergency department and outpatient clinics that serve 2 million patient per year. During that period I took the assistant and lead positions in operations such as Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, repair of perforated duodenal ulcers, Laparoscopic appendectomy and laparoscopic exploration for acute abdominal conditions beside other routine surgical operations.

  • General Surgery Medical Officer

MOH – Oman

January 2014 – August 2015

Jalan B. B. Ali Hospital

South Sharqueya

An eighty bed hospital with busy emergency department dealing with a considerable number of road traffic accidents that gave me the

experience in working in a primary facility and dealing with the issues related to patients transfer to the higher centres. I was responsible of

outpatient clinic, inpatient admissions and emergency and elective operation.

  • General and Vascular Surgery resident

Cairo University

October 2011 – February 2013 – Cairo

Full-time training period essential for obtaining Master Degree (MSc.). I was responsible for inpatient admission of vascular surgery department, preoperative preparation, presenting daily ward round with my supervising professor and assisting in operative intervention including edovascular procedures. Moreover, acting as the SHO vascular surgeon on call managing several vascular emergencies. During that period, I passed 7 month period in the very busy emergency surgery department dealing with large variety of surgical emergencies specially penetrating torso trauma. During that period, also, I have been awarded as the best surgical resident involved in surgical training of interns in surgical and emergency department in Cairo University hospitals.

  • General Surgery Resident

Ahmad Maher teaching hospital

April 2010 – October 2011 – Cairo

Ahmed Maher Teaching Hospital is one of the biggest teaching hospital in the ministry of health in Egypt. I have started my basic surgical training there, concentrating mainly on elective surgery. I have got involved in basic and advanced elective surgical operation (such as several types of hernias, lap. chole and bariatric surgery) as a trainee (mainly assistant role).

Teaching Experience

  • Advanced trauma life support course (ATLS®) Instructor and Coordinator (former national coordinator) – Egypt

American College of Surgeons

November 2011 – Present

I was involved in the course as the first national coordinator in Egypt, worked as a coordinator with the international director and with the chief of Middle East and North Africa region.Beside that I was one of the first instructors who started teaching the course in Egypt. Moreover, I am involved heavily in teaching and coordinating the course in Egypt participating in more than 30 courses in several universities and training centers in Egypt and in starting new centers in Egypt and other counties in middle east and north Africa like Libya.

  • Advanced Trauma Operative Management course (ATOM®) Instructor and Coordinator (former national coordinator) – Egypt

American College of Surgeons

April 2013 – Present

I was the first national coordinator for the ATOM® course. I have participated in the inaugural course with the international instructors.

I have been selected to be an instructor in the course and participated in teaching and coordinating the course in Cairo and Mansoura University – Egypt.

  • Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support Course (PHTLS®) instructor and coordinator (former national coordinator) – Egypt

National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians

September 2011 – Present

I have participated in teaching the paramedics the principles of prehospital life support as an instructor and first national coordinator in Egypt for the course.

  • Basic emergency and surgical skills course instructor

Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University – Egypt

October 2011 – Present

I have created this course in collaboration with the staff members of Cairo university to teach the interns the principles of practical basic surgical skills and managing trauma patients. More than 4000 interns have been trained by me and my colleagues. Moreover, I have started training the trainers for this course. This course became an obligatory course as part of training programme for interns in Cairo university.

  • I was involved in a pilot programme in subjecting the undergraduates students who starts their medical school to the clinical science beside basic science. a programme done under supervision of the faculty of medicine, Cairo university dean office and training committee. (2013)
  • I am teaching and training the junior surgical trainees in ward rounds and operating theatres as a part of my routine clinical work.
  • Courses and CPD 

• Ultrasound Life Support (WINFOCUS – Basic level 1 Provider)

Learning Resource Centre – Faculty of medicine – Cairo University

February 2016

• Advanced Laparoscopic Skills in Inguinal Hernia Repair

Learning Resource Centre – Faculty of medicine – Cairo University

February 2016

• Advanced Laparoscopic Skills in Bariatric Surgery

Learning Resource Centre – Faculty of medicine – Cairo University

December 2015

  • The Christie FRCS Exit Exam Course in General Surgery (Revision Course)

Endorsed by Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh – Manchester

the college awards 18 CPD points for attendance in this course.

July 2015

  • ATLS international meeting

American College of Surgeons – San Francisco

October 2014

  • ATOM

American College of Surgeons

August 2013

  • ATLS

American College of Surgeons

January 2011

  • Minimally Invasive Operating Techniques Course

Learning Resource Centre – Faculty of medicine – Cairo University

28 February – 1 March 2011

  • Abstract titled Integrating Virtual Reality with E-learning Medical Education Cost Effective Model in Developing Countries

18th International Conference on Technology Supported Learning and Training (ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN), Berlin – Germany

28-30 November 2012

  • Introduction to Surgical Skills Course

Learning Resource Centre – Faculty of medicine – Cairo University

In conjunction with

Royal College of Surgeons – England

26-28 May 2012

  • Fundamentals of Medical Publishing

Egyptian Medical Syndicate – Cairo – Egypt

26-27 January 2012

  • ACLS

American Heart Association

March 2011

  • Basic Emergency Skills

Learning Resource Centre – Faculty of medicine – Cairo University

10-11 September 2006

 

Honours & Awards

  • Certificate of honour form Benha faculty of medicine for participation as a lecturer in “Emergency Medicine and Surgical Skills for house officers” course. February 2013.
  • Best Resident Award in class 2010 graduation ceremonies, faculty of medicine – Cairo University. March 2012.
  • Certificate of appreciations from Egyptian Medical Syndicate in recognition for contribution in “the way to be a successful doctor conference” 27-28 February 2013

Interests

  • Medical Education.
  • Trauma and Acute Care Surgery.
  • Internet and social networks.
  • E-Learning.
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