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Dr.Ibrahim Eltayeb Family and Community Medicine and Behavioral Sciences Academic RankAssistant professor


  • Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Public health, Clinical microbiology.

Research Interests:

  • Epidemiological studies, emergency medicine, communicable and non-communicable diseases, mental health


MBBS, University of Gezira, Sudan MSc. Clinical Microbiology, Griffith University, Australia Master of Public Health, Griffith University, Australia GCert. Epidemiology, University of Queensland, Australia PhD, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
2016-Present: Assistant prof, College of Medicine, University of Sharjah 2014-2016: Research manager, Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, Brisbane, Australia 2014-2016: Assistant professor (adjunct), School of Medicine, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
 Associate Member of the Australasian Epidemiologist since 2011.  Associate Member of the Australian Society of Microbiology (ASM) since 2008.  Associate Member of the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (AIMS) since 2007.
 Richardson PG, Widdecombe N, Mahmoud I (2016) End-of-Life-Issues: Withdrawal and/or Withholding of Life Sustaining Health Care: A Comparison between Emergency Physicians and Intensive Care Specialists. J Eme Med Int Care 2(2): 111  Chu, K.H., Howell, T.E., Keijzers, G., Furyk, J.S., Eley, R.M., Kinnear, F.B., Thom, O., Mahmoud, I. and Brown, A.F., (2016). Acute headache presentations to the emergency department: A state‐wide cross‐sectional study. Academic Emergency Medicine.  Martin S, Chu K, Mahmoud I, Greenslade J, Brown A. (2016). Double-Dorsal versus Single-Volar digital Subcutaneous Anesthetic Injection for finger injuries in the Emergency Department: A Randomised Controlled Clinical Trial. Emerg Med Australas. doi: 10.1111/1742-6723.12559  Mahmoud, I., Eley, R., & Hou, X-Y. (2015). Subjective reasons why immigrant patients attend the emergency department. BMC Emergency Medicine, 15(4).  Mahmoud, I., Hou, X.-Y., Chu, K., Clark, M. and Eley, R. (2014), Satisfaction with emergency department service among non-English-speaking background patients. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 26: 256–261. doi: 10.1111/1742-6723.12214
My philosophy of teaching is to provide a classroom environment where students are encouraged to express their own ideas and participate in their education experience.
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