Rania Naguib Abdel Mouteleb
Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Endocrinology Department of Medicine Princess Noura University
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Working as house officer gave me the chance to rotate in all the departments of the Alexandria Main Hospital, Shatby Educational Hospital where I started my first steps in practicing my medical knowledge. Working as an Internal medicine resident for three complete years, at Alexandria Main hospital allowed me to manage most of the medical emergency cases attained the hospital during these times. Also, allowed me to newly diagnosed a lot of cold cases attained the medical clinics. During that time I added a lot to my medical knowledge by reading, attending all of scientific meetings of the department, grand rounds, and congresses. It also added a lot to my experiments in how to deals with the patients especially those with special situations: elderly, handicapped, and patients with psychological troubles. I also attended all the weekly endocrinology clinics were I could see and manage many of the common and also rare endocrinological cases. I worked as assistant lecturer in endocrinology unit, Internal Medicine Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University. During that time I had to supervise the residents, consulting the newly diagnosed cases with them and following up the cases after that. Also, I had to supervise the students demonstrating the clinical signs of the medical cases, teaching them how to approach different varieties of medical cases. Also I had to present many different cases to my professors during the scientific meetings and grand rounds. During this period, I gained excellent experience in conducting research, how to coordinate and perform the research. I attended most of the grand rounds of. I attended the scientific meetings. After getting the Membership of the Royal Colleges of physicians (MRCP) of the United Kingdom, 27th of March 2008 From the Royal College of physicians of Edinburgh, I gained my progress in my field to be a lecturer. Since then, I am more contacted with the medical students and junior staffs. I can now assess them and guide them whether in clinical field or in the research field. I'm in charge for the endocrinology lab and for the endocrinology unit at least two months a year, performing more diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Later, I worked as an assistant consultant in the Home Health Care program.
Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Endocrinology