Dr. Eman Radwan

Public Health Physician, Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety (HQPS), Strategic Planning and Performance Department, Ministry of Public Health (MOPH)

Dr. Eman Radwan is currently working at the HQPS in the national IP&C program and the national AMR program. She is also a member of the patient safety and risk management team. Dr. Eman is also a member of the PPP (Policy, Planning & Performance) unit as part of the National COVID-19 governance structure managing policy and planning.

Dr. Eman has a Master of Public Health (MPH) from University of Auckland, New Zealand, an MSc. In Public Health and a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University and a diploma in managerial excellence in healthcare from NZ Institute of Management.

Dr. Eman's experience spans more than 25 years working in the field of epidemiology and evaluation of healthcare services at the national level in Egypt, New Zealand and Qatar. Her main focus was on communicable diseases and infection prevention and control as well as evaluation of healthcare programs. She also lectured at the University of Auckland at the School of Population Health in the Health Systems program for undergraduates. She also participated in the emergency preparedness and response to Swine flu pandemic, Ebola as well as COVID-19 pandemic. She co-authored some research papers on varied topics.

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