Al Razi movement
In late 2013, the WONCA East Mediterranean region (EMR) formed a group specifically for young and future general practiioners/ family physicians in their region. The movement is called Al Razi. It has been officially endorsed by the Wonca EMR council and officially launched at the region after the Wonca EMR executive board meeting Razi was the preeminent pharmacist and physician of his time. Muhammad ibn Zakariyā Rāzī (Arabic: أبو بكر محمد بن يحيى بن زكريا الرازي Abu Bakr Mohammad Bin Yahia Bin Zakaria Al-Razi) (Persian: محمد زکریای رازی Mohammad-e Zakariā-ye Rāzi) was born in 854 in Persia, and died in 925. He was a physician and teacher and is credited with several "firsts", most notably the clinical distinction betweeen smallpox and measles.
Our mission is contributing in the improvement of family medicine specialty in our region by promoting leadership, medical education, training & research
Contact Al Razi movement by email or @al-razi
Dr Nagwa Nashat Hegazy (Egypt) Nagwanashat@hotmail.com
Nagwa is a lecturer in family medicine at the Faculty of Medicine, Menoufyia University, in Egypt. She is a young gneral practitioner who is not only a lecturer but also a member of the exam committee of the Egyptian fellowship of family medicine and health.
She is a member of the Egyptian Family Medicine Association
Dr Anwaar Mohammed Bu-hamra (Kuwait) email@example.com.
Dr Ghaith Sabri Mohamad (Iraq) firstname.lastname@example.org
Al Razi National Liaisons
Dr Marwa Mostafa email@example.com
Dr Marwa Mehaseb firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Mohamed Mahmoud email@example.com
Dr Ghaith Sabri Mohamad firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Suha Hamshari email@example.com
Dr Anwaar Mohammed Bu-hamra firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr.Hadi Jalkh email@example.com
Dr.Ahd Shahin firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr.Suzi Ismael email@example.com
1. Providing a forum, support and information for trainees and new GPs through access to WONC / EMR regional conferences.
2. Establishing a communication network among EMR trainees and new GPs and identifying their concerns, doubts and needs and helping to address them.
3. Establishing a communication network among EMR trainees, new GPs and senior GPs to share experience.
4. Promote research skills.
5. Raising Community awareness of the importance of the family doctor and the role of this displine in the improvement of health care provided to people.
6. Collaborating with national colleges and associations in general practice, and actively participation in the seminars& conferences.
Long term objectives:
Collaboration with international organizations of general practice and the representation of the movement at international meetings.
Promote training in family medicine according to the modern protocols
Explore possibilities of exchanges with other movements