Asif Qasim |

Asif Qasim |

Dr. Qasim's Peer-to-Peer Learning

The partnership of medical specialists with technology experts, Dr. Asif Qasim ( believes, is the best way to further quality healthcare globally. Undeniably, face-to-face workshops are indispensable in helping medical professionals to exchange specialist knowledge. Having said that, such traditional approaches to sharing knowledge can be greatly reinforced through the use of Internet systems. One of the main goals of Dr. Asif Qasim’s peer-to-peer learning is to globalise medical training, whereby medical practitioners share their practices and knowledge with each other in real-time.

Affirming the importance of safety and efficiency, Dr. Asif Qasim is presently focusing on developing strategies to revolutionise the way healthcare is delivered to patients around the world. Great doctors don't get tired of their jobs, even if it means giving up food, sleep and time. Dr. Qasim is a cardiologist as well as the Clinical Director of Croydon University Hospital, which is located in South London. Despite the significant responsibilities of occupying multiple administrative positions, Dr. Asif Qasim still assists patients who seek assistance for heart conditions of all types.

From 2011 onwards a day-ward and catheter suite were established for the community. Dr. Asif Qasim's concept for the Croydon Heart Centre was implemented during 2009. Instead of focusing entirely on one aspect of his field, Dr. Asif Qasim embraces many duties, allowing him to positively affect the well-being of as many people as possible.

Dr. Asif Qasim and the Improved Urgent Patient Care in London

Dr. Asif Qasim has always been interested in urgent and emergency care. He holds the position of consultant heart specialist and is the Clinical Director at Croydon Health Services NHS Trust in south London. Dr. Asif Qasim has worked very hard to promote increased standards of healthcare. This devotion is slowly yielding results. It is reassuring that there are doctors who are not just dedicated to taking care of and tending to their own patients' maladies, but also to the well-being of the community as a whole.

Bringing them together to share whatever is necessary to provide better patient care, will help doctors improve the state of healthcare. Dr. Asif Qasim designed and developed his system with a view to assisting doctors to find useful advice to care for the patients requiring the most help, without increasing their significant workloads. With the help of MedShr, an Internet-based application that was developed by Dr. Asif Qasim, healthcare providers around the world are better able to exchange their expertise with each other.