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Scholars - Nahed Moustafa, MD

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Nahed Moustafa

Professor
Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
Suez Canal University
Ismailia, Egypt
 

Ethics Activities

  • Prepration of the proposal regarding the establishment of REC in our school which was approved by the Faculty Council- December, 2005

  • Planner of the introductory block of the Joint Master of Health Professions Education (JMHPE) through distance/e-learning between Maastricht University (The Netherlands) and Suez Canal University (Egypt). The block includes Bioethics and Research Ethics- April, 2006

  • Planner and Tutor of Bioethics in: Faculty and Leadership Development Project in collaboration with University Education Development Center-SCU and HEEP, 2004-2006

  • Planner and Tutor of Bioethics and Research Ethics in Research Orientation Course (ROC), September, 2005

  • Advisor of Research Ethics in Research Committee- FOM-SCU

  • Advisor of Bioethics in Suez Canal University Hospital

  • Preparation of the curriculum of Bioethics for the undergraduates

Conferences and Workshops:

  • Global Forum for Health Research, Cairo, October, 2006

  • 7th Annual Meeting of the Global Forum for Bioethics in Research in Karachi, Pakistan, February, 2006

  • Health Research Ethics Workshop: FOM-SCU in collaboration with HRETIE, School of Medicine, Maryland University, USA, December,2005

  • Research Ethics Committee: one day workshop. FOM-SCU in collaboration with HRETIE, School of Medicine, Maryland University, USA, February,2005

On Line Course:

  • Human Participants Protection Education for Research Teams, July, 2005

  • CITI course in the Protection of Human Research Subjects, August, 2006

  • Human Participants Protection Education for Research Teams, October, 2006

Publications:

  • Book:
    • Human Rights for the undergraduate students. Chapter: Human Rights in the Medical Field (Practice and Research)

  • Supervisor of two Theses:
    • assessment of knowledge, attitude and practice of biomedical ethics among the gynecologists and obstetricians (2005) and the surgeons (2006) in Suez Canal University Hospital and Ismailia General Hospital.

  • Papers:
    • Enhancing Research Ethics Committees in Egypt: Guidelines for Standard Operating Procedures. Accepted in Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP), December, 2006

    • Developing Research Ethics Committees: Implications for Global Health: Accepted in Global Forum for Health Research, Cairo, October, 2006

    • Could Awareness Campaign of Research Ethics Improve the Quality of Health Research in Egypt?: Accepted in the conference of the Association of Egyptian American Scholars, Cairo, December, 2006