Ahmed Kamal Abdalgadir Mohamed
Dr. ahmed kamal abdalgadir mohamed Clinical instructor Interim Faculty Director of Simulation Medical Sciences

Contact Information
ahmed.mohamed@ku.ac.ae 023124833


Dr. Ahmed brings over ten years of extensive experience as both a clinician and educator to his current role. His professional journey has involved active participation in clinical education, encompassing hospital-based teaching, classroom instruction, and clinical simulation. Dr. Ahmed played a crucial role in establishing Clinical Skills and Simulation Centers in Bahrain and Ireland, showcasing his commitment to advancing medical education.

His career has taken him across diverse regions, including Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. Certified as an instructor in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) by the American Heart Association, Dr. Ahmed has formal education and certification in medical education. His noteworthy achievements include being a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators in the United Kingdom and holding the title of a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator from the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.

Currently, Dr. Ahmed serves as the Faculty Director of Simulation and Clinical Instructor of Clinical Skills and Simulation at the Center of Experiential Learning and Clinical Simulation at Khalifa University. In this capacity, he plays a pivotal role in supporting the clinical training of graduate medical students and practicing physicians.

  • Doctorate in Health Professional education- AT Still University-United States
  • Master of Science in Medical Education- South Wales University- United Kingdom
  • Master of Science in Clinical Pharmcology-University of Medical Sciences and Technologies-Sudan
  • Bachelor of Medicine and surgery( MBBS)-Elrazi University-Sudan

  • Clinical Skills I (MDCM600)
  • Clinical Skills II (MDCM700)
  • Elective 4 (MDCM907)
  • Transitions V & Capstones (MDCM999)


Research Projects

• Ahmed. K.A. Mohamed, Abdalla. O. Elkhawad: Study of Knowledge Attitude, Practices of Primary Care Physicians and the Community Regarding Antibiotics Prescription and Use in Khartoum State (2015). World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vol 5, Issue 11, 22-54,( 2016). 

Published Books:

Survival Companion for Medical Students , Graduates and Internship ; a Written Guide to Show the Pathway of Medicine(Internship in Sudan and UK; National & International Exams), When, Where , How to Qualify Yourself for Specialization; Lambert Academic Publishing; Germany, (2016) .( ISBN= 978-3-659-82729-7). https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329144676_Survival_companion_for_medical_students_graduates_and_interns