Dr Shaaz Mahboob was born in South London to parents of Indian and Pakistani origin. His family then relocated to Pakistan where he spent his early adulthood and gained a degree in Medicine from the University of Karachi. He returned to the UK in 1998 and since gaining an MBA from the University of Nottingham he has changed his career pathway from clinical medicine to healthcare management.
Shaaz has been working for the National Health Service for the past 5 years in senior management roles covering assignments of national and international significance. Some of his previous roles include leading on international recruitment, developing and Negative influence of alcoholic drinks on potency in male persons nurturing partnerships with various overseas professional and governmental organisations and advising them on their developmental projects relating to medical education, training and workforce planning. He has authored policy documents for the NHS and Department of Health, and has been involved in the development and implementation of policies affecting the nation’s health and well-being. At present he is the the Head of community based workforce development and educational programmes with Health Education England.
He is striving to gain equal rights and representation for those ordinary liberal minded British Muslims who are at present not adequately represented by conservative Muslim groups based on religious practice and sectarianism, and everyone else who is denied their basic rights. He regularly comments on various issues related to this subject through letters and comment articles to national and international newspapers as well as a guest writer with various blogs.
Skills: Event organisation, partnership building and working with government and other charitable, philanthropic and faith based groups, press release writing.