Shebeen Hamza
Consultant Anaesthetist
Sheikh Khalifa General Hospital
Umm Al Quwain, UAE

I began my Anaesthesia training in India in 2001 and completed my thesis for the award of an MD degree in 2004. I completed my basic Anaesthesia training from the West Yorkshire School of Anaesthesia, Bradford and higher training from the West of Scotland School of Anaesthesia in Glasgow, UK in 2012. My special interests include Intensive care, Regional anaesthesia and teaching. I was awarded the fellowships of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, UK.

After attaining my certificate of completion of training (CCT), I served as a consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive care in Queen Elizabeth hospital in Gateshead, Newcastle, UK from 2012 to 2014. I was the clinical lead for Clinical Governance in Intensive Care and was involved in postgraduate teaching.

I have completed several audits and poster presentations at international and national meetings/conferences. I have been an invited speaker and faculty in national conferences and workshops on regional anaesthesia. I was an APLS instructor as well.

I currently work as a consultant Anaesthetist in Sheikh Khalifa General Hospital, Umm Al Quwain where I am the chairman of the resuscitation committee.