MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) December 2013 – February 2019 USMLE Step 1 Score: 251 USMLE Step 2 Score: 244
Clinical Experience September 2020 – August 2021 Mayo Hospital Lahore House Officer (Intern) • Three months each in Orthopedics, General Surgery, Pulmonology, and Internal Medicine. • Triaged patient issues on stated symptoms, basic assessments, and documented vitals. • Ordering relevant diagnostic tests and investigations under supervision. • Reached out to patients to convey lab results and provide care instructions. • Case presentations in the wards. • After going through up-to-date and doing a literature review, discussed management plans with senior physicians • Taught 3rd-year MBBS class students during their ward rotations. • Hands-on training on establishing intravenous lines, insertion of nasogastric tubes and urinary catheters, obtaining arterial blood samples • Participated in departmental journal clubs February 2016 – October 2019 Mayo Hospital Lahore King Edward Medical University, Lahore Medical Student • Thirty-two weeks each in medicine and surgery and eight weeks each in psychiatry, pediatrics and Obstetrics and Gynecology. • Had rotations in different departments as a medical student. • Communicated with patients and documented a history • Discussion sessions with consultants helped me understand patients’ management and hospitals’ workflow. • Counselled patients regarding disease pathogenesis and prognosis under supervision. Research Experience March 2017 - June 2017 Department of Community Medicine, KEMU, Lahore Research Student – Professor Dr. Saira Afzal This first-ever research experience introduced me to the world of academia and helped me work as an active team player. I played my role in the following sections of the project: • Finalizing the research topic • Establishing inclusion & exclusion criteria. -Making questionnaires, • Data collecting and literature searching -Assisting in data analysis and final manuscript writing. • Learned the basics of research, hypothesis building, data collection and analysis. • Presented poster on “Harmful Postnatal Care Practices Prevalent in Urban Population of Lahore.” March 2020 – Present AINeuroCare/ Neurology Pocketbook Research Associate – Dr. Junaid Kalia In this modern era, I am fortunate enough to have a mentor like Dr. Kalia, the founder of the AINeuroCare platform, working in Digital Health, AI in Healthcare & Value-based care • Reviewed literature and created summaries • Published peer-reviewed chapters in Neurology Pocketbook • Currently, I am working under the supervision of Dr Kalia on a narrative review titled “AI-Assisted patient’s journey- an Overview.” • Learned the importance of collaboration and Social Networking
Original Article Arslan, M., Nazir, T., Salman, A., Numera, A., Zeeshan, M. (2021). Prevalence of risk factors causing polycystic ovarian syndrome in women living in the rural area of Pakistan World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research, 7(5)
Published Book Chapters Nazir, T., Kalia, J. (2020). Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage (ICH) (J. Kalia Ed.). Retrieved from: https://neurologypocketbook.com/posts/spontaneous-intracerebral-hemorrhage Nazir, T., Khan, A. (2020). Spinal Cord Anatomy (J. Kalia Ed.). Retrieved from: https://neurologypocketbook.com/posts/spinal-cord-anatomy Nazir, T., Khan, A. (2021). Acute Myelopathy (J. Kalia Ed.). Retrieved from: https://neurologypocketbook.com/posts/acute-myelopathy Nazir, T., Khan, A. (2021). Spinal Cord Injury (J. Kalia Ed.). Retrieved from: https://neurologypocketbook.com/posts/spinal-cord-injury Siddique, H.M. Waqas, Nazir, T., Kalia, J. (2020). Fungal Meningitis (J. Kalia Ed.). Retrieved from: https://neurologypocketbook.com/posts/fungal-meningitis Siddique, H.M. Waqas, Nazir, T., Khwaja, A. (2020). Viral Encephalitis (J. Kalia Ed.). Retrieved from: https://neurologypocketbook.com/posts/viral-encephalitis ONGOING PROJECTS Submitted Article: Impact of BMI and Blood Glucose Levels on Lifestyle of Medical Students: A Qualitative Study. Narrative Reviews Artificial Intelligence Assisted Patient Journey - an Overview Gastrointestinal and Liver Manifestation of SARS-CoV-2- A Narrative Review Risk and Benefits of Long-Term Use of NSAIDs with PPI
December 2020 - March 2021 Punjab Telemedicine Centre of Excellence, Lahore, Punjab Clinical Intern/House Officer - Professor Khalid Masood Gondal • Established at King Edward Medical University during the COVID-19 pandemic. • Volunteer extra hours during my internship • Listened to the concerns of patients through a Web Portal, Skype, and WhatsApp • Educated patients regarding the disease and vaccination • Learned the importance of empathy and compassion in the reducing anxiety of patients. March 2016 - December 2019 Student Patient welfare society, Lahore, Pakistan Organizer and participant • Founded in 08/08/1988 • Helped organize bake sales every year • Participated in donation drives to support underprivileged patients at Mayo Hospital, Lahore. February 2017 - March 2017 Department of Community Medicine, KEMU, Lahore, Pakistan Volunteer medical student - Professor Dr. Saira Afzal • I visited Basic and Rural health centers, which helped me understand how doctors worked with limited resources. • Visited Schools outside Lahore, educated students about the importance of a healthy lifestyle. • Presented poster on “Basics of Healthy lifestyle.”
ODE (Objectified Decision Engine) Curriculum ODE is a decision-making framework available as an app both in google and the apple store. I have worked as a researcher and contributed to developing Blueprints (Decisions) and curriculum based on the ODE framework. Freelance medical writer Up-Work 2015 - present https://www.upwork.com/freelancers/~011c4c3027cb92e782 Dramatics Member of King Edward dramatic society - I have participated in annual dramatic competitions during my graduation. We had highlighted different social issues (child abuse) through our plays.