Dr Iram Sattar MBE

Dr Iram Sattar MBE

Iram, who is a keen football fan, joined MWNUK in 2009 as a Board member. She is a GP with a keen interest in addressing inequalities in health, particularly mental health, and has helped set up an innovative way of treating patients in the community. She has volunteered for a medical charity running free clinics for the homeless, undocumented migrants and commercial sex workers. She has also helped run health check stalls for the Muslim community in mosques and bazaars. She is a Board member of a homeless charity. She is enthusiastic about teaching and medical education and has co-authored a chapter in a book, 'Learning to Consult.' She has undertaken a Post Graduate Certificate in Medical Education at Warwick University. 

She is committed to advocacy for those members of the community who do not have a voice.  In 2021 she co-founded the grant making charity, Nisa Global Foundation, to empower women and girls in developing countries.  She was awarded the MBE in the 2022 New Years Honours for services to the Health and Wellbeing of Vulnerable People. 



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