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I am an Indian doctor, hailing from 'The God's Own Country', Kerala.

I pursued my undergraduate medical training from MES Medical College,  Kerala in 2011 and post-graduation in Internal Medicine (DNB) in 2017 from KIMS AlShifa Super Speciality Hospital Perinthalmanna,  Kerala. I completed my MRCP Speciality certificate examination in Acute Medicine in the year 2019. I did my  clinical research in "Markers of sepsis, Absolute Eosinophil count as a diagnostic and prognostic marker compared to C- reactive protein and Procalcitonin in patients with sepsis".

After graduation, I started my career as Registrar in the Department of Critical Care Medicine at KIMS AlShifa. During the two years in this department, I gained insight into many aspects of diagnosis and treatment within the sphere of Critical Care Medicine. During this period, I realized that a standardized critical care management could decrease mortality rates in acutely ill patients and my passion to excel in the treatment of critically ill patients only increased with time.

I am currently working as a Physician and taking care of critically ill patients. Being an individual who enjoys the challenge of delivering comprehensive care for acutely ill patients with emphasis on standardised care and evidence based medicine,  I believe that a structured teaching with International standards like MSc critical Care will help to ensure excellence in patient management.

I am very grateful to receive the RCPE scholarship and I am extremely proud of pursuing a world-class degree as a RCPE scholar from internationally renowned institutions, Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh and the University of Edinburgh. I am sure that the knowledge I gain from this course will definitely have a positive impact on patient care in this part of the world particularly during these pandemic times.

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