Malalai Hospital, Kabul, Afghanistan
Bereshna Sherzad, MD
Currently I’m a MD doctor in Malalai Gynecology and obstetrics hospital and it is my second year, which I have joined the specialization class in the mentioned hospital. Prior to that I worked in one of the international organizations in Public health sector. After that I worked at university hospital and MoPH in other provinces in Afghanistan for one year as a volunteer doctor, and then I was assigned as a professional doctor in one of the clinics funded by IMC (International Medical Corps).
I would like to build my career, and of course my career change won’t happen by itself. The best way to achieve, it is through commitment, action and sheer hard work. Also, the more structured my career change, the greater my chances are of my pulling it off, so, where possible, follow and organize my plan to join in such trainings. One secret to making a successful career change is to identify the steps required. Solid preparation makes a successful career change more likely. This can be done in workshops where presentations, role plays, case studies and written quizzes will get me up to speed. To make it work for me.
At the end I like to say that I have interest to learn more and more the subjects has related in gynaecology and obstetrics, as SRH is also one of the important part of that subject, therefore I’m very keen to follow this useful course, to build my career.
Edited by Aldo Campana,