Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia

Staff Profile

Dr Amgad Botros

Associate Professor (Medicine)

Background

EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING :


Currently, I'm working as an  Associate Professor (Medicine) at Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia (NUMed)in addition to my clinical service as a Consultant Physician.


QUALIFICATION:


MBBCh, MRCP(UK)GCHE, MMedEd(Newcastle), FHEA(UK), FRCP(Glasg), FRCP Edin , FHEA (UK)& FACP.

 

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (Egypt).

Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom.

Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (Monash University).

Master of Medical Education (Newcastle University).

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy  (UK).

Membership of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

Physician Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.  

Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

Fellow of the American College of Physicians.


Teaching

  1. Teaching Year 3 , 4 & 5 MBBS program. 
  2. Examiner throughout the curriculum.
  3. Training for  the post graduate degrees e.g. MRCP(UK)

Research

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS;

  • Co Reseacher in Apixaban dosing to optimize protection from Thrombosis (ADOPT) study.
  •  Elangovan S, Ramadas A, Dominic NA, Botross NP, Arasoo VJT, Riad A & Qureshi AM (2015). Impact of Psychosocial Risk Factors in Health-related Quality of Life: A Pilot Study among Breast Cancer Survivors in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Indian Journal of Psychiatry. 15 (Suppl): S12   
  • Paper titled ” Psychsocial factors and quality if life of breast cancer survivers” in the “Dubai International Conference in Higher Education 2015”.
  • Ongoinig research about HRQOL in Breast Cancer survivors .
  • Ongoing research about The  "Prevalence of Complications in Dengue Virus Infection and Predictors of Severe Dengue With Severe Organ Involvements Among Adults In A Tertiary Center In Malaysia". 
  • The use of mobile technology by medical students in clinical years: Teachers' perspective. Project for the Master of Medical Education . School of Medical Eduacation,  Newcastle University


Publications