A post-graduate in General Medicine from the Trivandrum Medical College, a Fellow of Royal College of Physicians, Ireland & London and an MBA from University of Hull, UK, Dr. Sahadulla has been working with Saudi Aramco (Arabian American Oil company) Hospitals in Saudi Arabia since 1975, where he lead a team of doctors of various nationalities. He is the Founder Chairman of KIMS Healthcare Management Ltd and he has established a very strong quality oriented patient care, academic and research interest in the institution. KIMS maintains an ongoing educational relationship with Royal College of Physicians of London. He is a PACES examiner and is actively involved in all MRCP PACES related activities locally and in other international centers.
Dr. Prasad Nair MD, FRCP (London) – Kuwait
Dr. Prasad Nair is a consultant nephrologist and transplant physician working in The Ministry of Health, Kuwait. After post graduate medical education in India, he underwent training in Nephrology and Transplantation in UK and obtained his MRCP. He was actively involved in MRCP clinical teaching while in England and is an undergraduate and post graduate teacher at the Kuwait medical school. He has been involved in organizing the MRCP clinical exam including MRCP PACES since its inception in Kuwait. He is a PACES examiner and is actively involved in all MRCP PACES related activities locally and in other international centers.
Dr. A Saifudeen MBBS, MD FRCP (Lond), FRCP(Glas), FRCP (Ire) FRCP(Edin) & FRSPH (Lond) – Oman
Dr. Saifudeen is a Senior Consultant Physician & Hematologist at the Sultan Qaboos Hospital, Salalah, Ministry of Health, Oman. He qualified MBBS from, Trivandrum medical college, Kerala and completed his post graduate MD degree in internal medicine meritoriously, as the best outgoing student from Madras University. He obtained his MRCP (UK) in 1997 and FRCP (London) in the year 2003. He is actively involved in CME programs including the teaching and training of MRCP candidates. He is a PACES examiner and is actively involved in all MRCP PACES related activities locally and in other international centers.
Dr. Alan Patrick MD, FRCP (Edinburgh) – UK
Dr. Alan Patrick, MD, FRCPE is a Consultant Physician and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Acute Medicine, Diabetes and Endocrinology at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. As well as being a busy clinician, he has a major interest in postgraduate education, being Regional Specialty Advisor and Secretary of the UK Specialist Advisory Committee in Diabetes and Endocrinology. He is also the RCPE’s Overseas Facilitator for the Middle-East and the Assistant Registrar of the College, with a key role in the implementation and development of the MRCP examination. He is a PACES examiner and is actively involved in all MRCP PACES related activities locally and in other international centers.
Dr. Venkat Mahadevan, MBBS, MSc, FRCP (London), FCCP – UK
Consultant Physician in General and Respiratory Medicine, The James Paget University Hospital, Great Yarmouth, UK.
After initial medical training in South India, Dr. Mahadevan acquired higher post-graduate training in General and Respiratory Medicine in the UK and has been practicing as a Physician in the NHS for the past 15 years. He is deeply involved in medical education, with the teaching & training of medical students, trainee doctors and allied healthcare professionals. He is actively involved in all MRCP PACES related activities at the University of Cambridge as well as the Kuwait Board. He has a track record of organizing the MRCP clinical exams & many of his UK trainees have gone on to pass the MRCP PACES at the first attempt. He is a PACES examiner and is actively involved in all MRCP PACES related activities locally and in other international centers.
Dr. Donald L Farquhar, FRCP (Edin) – UK
Consultant General Physician, St. John’s Hospital, Livingston, Scotland, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Geriatric Medicine, University of Edinburgh, Associate Post-Graduate Dean, South East Scotland, with responsibility for training in all medical specialities and Paediatrics and Chair of the Medical Specialities Training Board for Scotland.
Dr. Farquhar qualified at the University of Edinburgh in 1979 and subsequently trained in Edinburgh and Melbourne, Australia. He has a major interest in post-graduate training and education.He is actively involved in all MRCP PACES course related activities locally and in other international centres. He has been involved in both teaching and examining MRCP PACES in the Middle East, North Africa, India and South East Asia. He is currently the College’s SE Asia Regional Facilitator and a member of its Examination Committee. He is a PACES examiner and is actively involved in all MRCP PACES related activities locally and in other international centres.