Name: DR. SAIMA HAMID
Designation: Vice Chancellor
Department: Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Qualification: PhD
Department of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
MSPH
Health Services Academy, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
MBBS
Fatimah Jinnah Medical College, University of the Punjab
Phone: +92-51-9292900
Email: [email protected]
Status: On Job
DR. SAIMA HAMID

Professional Experience

Oct 11, 2019 to-date
Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Vice Chancellor

Sept 2015 to Oct 10, 2019
Health Services Academy, MoNHSR&C, GoP
Associate Professor/Registrar

Nov 1, 2017 to date
Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Canada
Adjunct Associate Professor

Sept 2007-2015
Health Services Academy, MoNHSR&C, GoP
Assistant Professor/Registrar

24th April 2013 to April 2016
Public Health Department, UAE University
Assistant Professor (adjunct)

January 2011-June 2012
Health Services Academy
Head of the MNCH Department

2000-2007
Health Services Academy, Cabinet Division, GoP
Instructor

1998-2000
Health Services Academy, Cabinet Division, GoP
Research Officer

1992 to 1994
University of Wisconsin- Madison, Department of Anatomy
Associate Research Specialist

PUBLICATIONS

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals and reports 

  • Salim M, Hamid S. Independent review of research proposals from ethical point of view in Pakistan. J Ayub Med Coll Abbottabad 2018;30(4):588–91
  • Waqar S, Niaz A, Hamid S. Inequities in the lives of Children. Pak Armed Forces Med J 2018;68 (4): 1034-36.
  • Qureshi F. H., Hamid S, Khan S.M, Qureshi A.H. Effect of tobacco use on tooth loss among patients visiting the outpatient dental department of a tertiary care hospital in Pakistan. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association 68: 841; 2018
  • Memon A, Hamid S, Kumar R. Client Satisfaction And Decision Making Amongst Females Visiting Family Planning Clinics In Hyderabad, Pakistan. J Ayub Med Coll Abbottabad 2017;29(4).
  • Bangash S, Hamid S, Niazi N.Exploring barriers to reproductive health services utilization among youth, a qualitative study in District Rawalpindi Punjab, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Public Health, (2017) Vol 3; 132-3
  • Ausim S, Hamid S. Status of Malocclusion in 9-12-year-old Children: A Survey among Private and Public Schools of Islamabad. J Med Res Health Educ. 2017, 1:1. 
  • Mureed S. Hamid S, Hafeez A. Transforming Public Health Education in Pakistan: Matching Competencies to Health System Needs. Education Research Journal (2017) Vol. 7(8): 181-191
  • Hameed S, Khalid T, Aslam S, Ahmad M, Farhan F, Batool Z, Hamid S. Team Based Learning in Pathology: Effects on test scores and student satisfaction. Pak Armed Forces Med J. 2017; 67(3):423-28

RESEARCH AND TEACHING

  • Reproductive Health
  • Adolescent Health
  • Family planning
  • teaching methodologies