Nazdar Ezzaddin Alkhateeb

Assistant Professor

College of Medicine

Department of Medical Education

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Nazdar Ezzaddin Alkhateeb is a pediatrician and Assistant Professor in Pediatric, she earned her MBChB at 1993 and completed her Master degree in Pediatric at 2003. she has interest in Pediatric nutrition and special interest in Medical Education, she earned her PhD in Medical Education in 2019. She has held a number of educational roles including member of Curriculum and Accreditation committees. and she was one of the first few persons who established skills laboratory in the College of Medicine /HMU and work as coordinator for skills lab for 3 years.

She participated in a Pedagogy course in Finland in 2018 as one of 33 professors and teachers selected from the Kurdistan Region to reform the teaching method courses representing Hawler Medical University and participated actively in designing the new curriculum for Pedagogy courses.

She was the Head of the Medical Education Department from 2019-2023 and currently, she is the Head of Center of Pedagogical Training and Academic Development

Dr. Esraa Arjumand Qadir

Dr. Tara M. Ali Shallal

Indian pediatrics  Sep 2019 56 (9), 745-748

Antibiotic resistance of urinary tract pathogens and rationale for empirical antibiotic therapy in children with urinary tract infection

Zanco Journal of Medical Sciences 2016 20 (3), 1458-1466

Vitamin D Status in Children with Iron Deficiency and/or Anemia

International Journal of Pediatrics Sep 2016 4 (9), 3571-3577

The perspectives of final year medical students of one year training experience in clinical skills laboratory.

Zanco Journal of medical sciences 2015 19 (2), 972-979

Evaluation of clinically suspected pertussis in children attending Rapareen teaching hospital.

Zanco journal of medical sciences 2015 19 (3), 1051-1056

Association between urinary tract infection and urinary tract abnormalities: A case- control study in Erbil city.

Journal of pediatric urology  2014 10 (6), 1165-1169

Bartter syndrome presenting as poor weight gain and dehydration in an infant.

Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal 2012 18 (12), 1260

Risk factors associated with iron deficiency among children admitted to  pediatric emergency unit in Erbil/Iraq.

Zanco Journal of medical sciences 2010 14 (3), 1-8

Incidence of cleft lip and palate in Erbil city.

Mustansiria Dental J 2010 7, 106-12


Middle East Journal of Family Medicine 2009 7, 21-24

Etiology of bloody diarrhea among children admitted to Maternity and Children's hospital-Erbil.

Alkindy- College Medical Journal,2008, Volume 4, No. 2

Conference papers
1. Using simulated clinical skills teaching as a catalyst for educational change: The Kurdistan/Cardiff DelPHE project 
NER Alkhateeb, BJ Jenkins, SE Williams, LA Talat 
Amee conference 2011.
2. The use of peer assisted learning approach in clinical skills teaching in Erbil College of Medicine
N Alkhateeb, FH Abdulahad
AMEE 2012
3. Vitamin D status in iron deficiency and/or anemia The fourth international conference of Iraqi Kurdistan Pediatric Society, Duhok- Iraqi Kurdistan
May 2017 Esraa Arjumand Qadir, Nazdar Ezzaddin Rasheed Alkhateeb 
4. Innovative solution to enhance students engagement in the electronic platforms: Modification of gallery walk

Dec 2019 PhD Medical Education College of Medicine, Hawler Medical University, Erbil, Iraq 

Thesis:  Quality improvement framework design of objective structured clinical examination in Hawler Medical university


Mar 2003 Master degree Pediatric College of Medicine, Salahaddin University, Erbil, Iraq 

Thesis: Aetiology of bloody diarrhea among children admitted to Maternity and Children's hospital-Erbil.

Jul 1993 MBChB (Medical Doctor) Salahaddin University, Erbil, Iraq


Fever and Rash, Fever and Neck swelling in child health module of 5th year


Faculty development program on assessment 2021

IREX The IRAQ E-Learning Professional Training program
MAY-JUNE , 2020 

Development of new integrated curriculum of College of Medicine /Hawler Medical University 2014-2020

Development of clinical skills in Hawler Medical University with Cardiff University. 2010-2011


  • Member of Curriculum Committee, College of Medicine /Hawler Medical University.
  • Member of Quality Assurance of Assessment Committee, College of Medicine /Hawler Medical University.

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