Dr Sajjad Sarwar
MBChB (Birmingham 1997) FRCGP, Birmingham University
Graduated from University of Birmingham 1997. Completed Medical rotation at Post Graduate Level. Has completed the Royal College of General Practitioners. Keen interest in Cardiovascular Medicine, in particular AF, Anticoagulation and Prevention. In particular emphasis on addressing population inequalities and looking at redesign of pathways with up skilling of GPs to address this unmet need. Responsible for teaching medical students, trainee doctors, registrars and other GPs. Is an accredited Royal College trainer and has been awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of GPs. Planned Care and Improved Access Lead for the i3 Primary Care Network. Has worked with the West Midlands Academic Science Network to provide lectures on various projects. West Midlands Alliance Cardiovascular Disease Lead. Has worked with World class leaders in Atrial Fibrillation, to promote Stroke Prevention, this work has been replicated regionally and recognised internationally. Keen on Engagement and Development of Pathways between Primary and Secondary Care, whereby services are improved for patient care and closer working with hospital consultants and teams. A mentor for GPs and trainees as part of the General Practitioners Retention Intensive Support Site (GPRISS).
Dr Sabena Jameel
BMBS (Nottingham 1996), B.MedSci, FRCGP, DFFP, Cert.MedEd.
Dr Jameel grew up in Glossop, Derbyshire. Her primary Medical Degree is from Nottingham University, where she qualified in 1996. Dr Jameel also has a BMedSci Degree in Immunology (1994). Dr Jameel qualified as a GP in 2001 through the South Birmingham GP training scheme. In 2013 she was honoured with becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (FRCGP). Dr Jameel loves General Practice and I loves learning. These attributes have led her to become very active in the field of Medical Education. Dr Jameel has a Masters Degree in Medical Education - Warwick University 2009, and is currently undertaking PhD studies at Birmingham University. Dr Jameel's academic research interest is character education, medical wisdom and professionalism. Dr Jameel is the former Associate Dean for GP Education, covering Birmingham and Solihull (Health Education England). Dr Jameel is now the Medical Professional lead for the University of Birmingham Medical School and the senior tutor for the personal academic tutoring system. Birmingham University is one of the larger medical schools in the country with 2000 medical students. Clinical interests within the surgery are sexual health and family planning. Married with three children, moved to Birmingham in 1998. Dr Jameel is very committed to the holistic well-being, both for her patients and herself.
State Registered Nurse
Health Care Assistant