Nimra Sarfaraz is currently practicing as a nephrologist with Dallas Renal Group after having completed her internal medicine residency training at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Queens where she also served as Chief Resident. She completed her fellowship training from the same institution. Her interests include incorporating social media and FOAMED as means of Medical Education. Her clinical interests include point of care ultrasound (POCUS), working with vulnerable populations via volunteer work and advocacy, having volunteered to give medical care to refugees in Greece, Jordan, and Palestine. She has taken a POCUS course with MedGlobal and then gone on to teach workshops with them abroad and has an interest in using education as a means of bridging healthcare disparity. She is an alumnus of the 2018 class of the Nephrology Social Media Collective through the mentorship of which she contributed to posts in Renal Fellow Network, NephJC journal club chats as well as the annual global Nephmadness phenom. She is part of the social media team for Doc Talk Live, a radio show aimed at educating the community by hosting local physicians and is also a course director for the Nephrology Business Leadership University, an annual conference for graduating fellows to bridge clinical training with the economics and business of private practice.
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