Mr Ahmed Aboulghate - PhD Student
Ahmed Aboulghate is an Academic Clinical Fellow in the National Research Centre, Egypt. Ahmed is a medical doctor by training and holds an MPhil degree in Public Health from Cambridge University. He is currently a Cambridge Overseas PhD scholar at the Institute of Public Health. Ahmed’s research focuses on improving the quality of health care in developing countries. His on-going research aims to develop and pilot quality indicators to assess and improve the process of care provision in the Egyptian Primary Care system. Ahmed’s career aspiration is to contribute to building a culture of evidence informed policies in developing countries to reach universal, equitable coverage with high quality healthcare for their populations.
Aboulghate A, Abel G, Lyratzopoulos G, Abdelmohsen A, Hamed AR, Roland M. Patterns of disease presentation and management in Egyptian primary care: findings from a survey of 2458 primary care patient consultations. 2013; 14: 161.http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2296-14-161
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