Dr Ghada Ramadan
- First Name:Ghada
- Last Name:Ramadan
- Contact information:
Telephone: 01634 825146
- Professional profile:
I graduated from Cairo University in 1991 and specialised in Paediatrics in 1993. I trained in the specialised children's hospital at Cairo University for seven years and was awarded MSc and MD degree in paediatrics. I relocated to the UK in 2001 and sub-specialised in neonatal intensive care medicine. My neonatal experience spans more than seven years both in the UK and abroad.
I was fortunate to train in four of the busiest neonatal intensive care units in London which offered neonatal medical and surgical care in addition to neonatal transport. I have developed special interest and gained broad experience in neonatal cardio-respiratory care including the immediate and long term management of complex neonatal respiratory conditions. I have a firm comittment to teaching, which I always enjoyed and regarded as an integral part of my neonatal practice. I am passionate about developing an inclusive culture of multi-professional learning within the work environment. This year, I was awarded the postgraduate certificate in Healthcare Education at St George's University of London. I always maintained a high commitment to teaching through innovation and have been heavily involved in multi-professional educational programmes which aim to promote the standards of care for premature infants in a developing country and have disseminated the European experience in local publications.
I have always maintained a high committment to research and my research profile includes a variety of publications in good impact journals. Beyond the confines of my NHS post, I am an active member of BAPM, TRPG and the neonatal society. I intend to bring this wealth of neonatal clinical teaching research experience to the benefit of the Medway neonatal unit.
- Specialty Area(s):
- Neonatal intensive care
- Neonatal medicine
- Professional expertise:
- Neonatal cardio-respiratory conditions and long term follow-up including home oxygen therapy
- Neonatal surgical conditions including management of renal tract abnormalities in infants
- GMC No.:5206214
- Fellow of Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
- British Association of Perinatal Medicine
- Neonatal Society Thames Regional Perinatal Group
- Clinical Effectiveness Group, RCPCH: consultation panel member
- NPSA: expert advisory group member
- MRCPCH examination board member