2019 rewind: Malaysian hijabi doctor introduces first-ever disposable sterile headscarf
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Hyderabad, Nov. 27 -- The experience of being asked to leave the operating theatre (OT), at the Queens Medical Centre, in the United Kingdom (UK) due to wearing a headscarf that did not fit according to standard procedures, became a starting point for 28-year-old Dr Farah Shaheera Roslan, to create history in solving doctors' problems Muslim women wearing hijab.
The incident when Roslan was in her first year of training at the medical center in 2018 continues to remain in her memory.
In 2019, Farah Roslan, who hails from Malaysia and lives in Lincolnshire, introduced the idea of a disposable, sterile headscarf in the Royal Derby Hospital, where she was a medical student, after having to leave the operating theatre multiple times due to ...
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