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Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Fadi Hamadani is a Plastic, Cosmetic, and Reconstructive Surgeon practicing privately in a liposuction OR-equipped clinic in Palestine. He completed his undergraduate studies (B.Med.Sc.) at the University of Western Ontario in London, ON Canada in 2006 and obtained his M.D. from the University of Ottawa in 2010. He then completed his Residency in Surgical Foundations at McGill University in Montreal, which culminated in his receiving the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada's POS Certification (2012). He also received the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery Certification from SAGES in the U.S. During this time he also completed a Masters in Epidemiology at McGill University and worked for 4 years as a Senior Surgical Resident at McGill. Dr. Hamadani then completed a 4-year competency-based Residency in Plastic, Cosmetic, and Reconstructive Surgery, whereby he spent several months in different countries building his skills. This included advanced training in Tunisia, South Africa, the US, Canada, Tanzania, Australia, Mozambique, Athens, and Italy. He holds the Palestinian Board Certification in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.  His practice concentrates on minimally-invasive facial and body cosmetic surgery and complex wound and scar reconstruction in addition to advanced body contouring. He is an international instructor for InMODE (Key Opinion Leader), Renuvion (Apyx Medical), and Merz Aesthetics.

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Fadi HAMADANI's publications (9)

The Financial Burden of Road Traffic Injuries in Mozambique: A Hospital-Related Cost-of-Illness Study of Maputo Central Hospital.

12, 2019

Road traffic injuries (RTIs) are increasingly being recognized for their significant economic impact. Mozambique, like other low-income countries, suffers staggering rates of road traffic collisions. To our knowledge, this is the first study to estimate direct hospital costs of RTIs using a bottom-up, micro-costing approach in the Mozambican context. This study aims to calculate the direct, inpatient costs of RTIs in Mozambique and compare it to the financial capacity of the Mozambican public health care system. read more

World journal of surgery

Trauma Surveillance and Registry Development in Mozambique: Results of a 1-Year Study and the First Phase of National Implementation.

07, 2019

Mozambique has had no policy-driven trauma system and no hospital-based trauma registries, and injury was not a public health priority. In other low-income countries, trauma system implementation and trauma registries have helped to reduce mortality from injury by up to 35%. In 2014, we introduced a trauma registry in four hospitals in Maputo serving 18,000 patients yearly. The project has since expanded nationally. This study summarizes the challenges, results, and lessons learned from this large national undertaking. read more

World journal of surgery

Elimination of 24-hour continuous medical resident duty in Quebec.

Feb, 2016

In 2012 Quebec limited continuous in-hospital duty to 16 consecutive hours for all residents regardless of postgraduate (PGY) level. The new restrictions in Quebec appeared to have a profound, negative effect on the quality of life of surgical residents at McGill University and a perceived detrimental effect on the delivery of surgical education and patient care. Here we discuss the results of a nationwide survey that we created and distributed to general surgery residents across Canada to capture and compare their perceptions of the changes to duty hour restrictions. read more

Canadian journal of surgery. Journal canadien de chirurgie
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Fadi HAMADANI's scientific societies (4)