About us

The course is organised by a group of four anaesthetists - see what they have got to say about themselves:



I was born and raised in Baghdad. I graduated from Baghdad University School of Medicine in 2000 and arrived to the UK in 2005. After spending three years training in anaesthesia and intensive care in Leicester Hospitals, I moved to the South Coast for the anaesthetic speciality run through programme. I thoroughly enjoyed my rotation. I am dual credited in anaesthesia and intensive care and passionate about both. I realised the desperate need for a final FRCA in the region and mange to run this course successfully with my colleagues. I’ve just been appointed as a consultant in Ashford. On a personal level, I am married and have two kids whom I love spending time with. I enjoy reading, especially the fascinating stories about the history of medicine. I also follow my favourite football club religiously.



I’ve recently received my CCT in anaesthesia and ICM. I have always had a passion for developing & delivering high quality training for trainees. I have a specialist interest in regional anaesthesia and I am currently completing a postgraduate MSc in perioperative medicine and anaesthesia. I also love travelling and teaching people to scuba dive when the weather is good.

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I am a newly qualified consultant anaesthetist, working at King’s College Hospital in London. When I sat my Final FRCA there were no good pre-exam courses in KSS area. It has been a pleasure to set one up so the next generations of anaesthetic trainees don't have to travel to get high quality viva course. I aim to deliver my best, using my experience from teaching on variety of other courses, the feedback we receive and supporting course development with gaining theoretical knowledge. I am in the process of obtaining postgraduate degree in medical education. I spend my free time taking my camera for walks around London and South Downs, dancing salsa and playing board games.



I am an Anaesthetic Registrar in the KSS deanery with a keen interest in Medical Education.  This has led me to undertake an Education Fellowship at Brighton and Sussex Medical School and a PG certificate in Medical Education.  I’ve got experience in organising and running teaching courses locally, nationally and Internationally. My other interests include charity work abroad and I’ve participated in and helped develop the Operation Smile Visiting Lecturer programme in Ethiopia, directed Primary Trauma Care Courses and I also teach on the 3 day “crash course in overseas medicine”.

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