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I was born in Pokhara, Nepal and I graduated from R. G. Kar Medical College, Kolkata, India in April 2010. After graduating I worked for a year as a House Physician in the Department of Medicine and Cardiology in Kolkata. I then returned to Nepal for six months and worked as a village doctor in a remote district called Lamjung. Following that I worked as a Medical Officer in the Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Departments of various hospitals in my home town of Pokhara. Since May 2013 I have been working as a Civilian Medical Practitioner in the British Gurkhas, Pokhara.

I would like to become a GP with strong knowledge of Internal Medicine and a sound understanding of research methods and project planning. I am impressed with the core modules of the MSc, particularly clinical decision making and research methods, and I am looking forward to exploring global health, clinical education/ teaching, health informatics and translational medicine which are totally new principles to me.

I believe from completing this MSc, I will have better clinical decision making skills which in turn will be reflected in the quality of  patient care I can provide. It will also make me more confident in promoting evidence based medicine and quality improvements in healthcare and patient safety in Nepal.