Ahmed S. Almaqadma


Ahmed graduated in medicine and surgery from Misr University for Science and Technology, Egypt, developing an interest in reconstructive plastic and orthopaedic surgery during his internship at Palestinian Ministry of Health hospitals. He later worked as a surgeon in the Al-Shifa Hospital plastic surgery department and is currently a junior surgeon in the orthoplastics department of the MSF unit at Al-Awda hospital. Ahmed has completed the Medical Aid for Palestinians-Incision Academy general surgery programme, which is accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of England. His research focuses on patient suffering caused by complex trauma morbidities. As Humanitarian Surgery Innovation fellow, Ahmed contributes to several research projects, including a multinational survey to evaluate the efficacy of video learning in surgical education in low- and middle-income countries, defining humanitarian surgery, and webinars featuring surgical voices from the global South.