Saudi female surgeon named goodwill ambassador for Orthopedics society

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The American Society for Orthopedics has declared a consultant in the field, Dalal Bobsheet, as the goodwill ambassador for the international program on orthopedic surgery.

The award has been given with the hope of improving the standard of the surgery in the Middle East, and enhancing patient service.

Bobsheet is considered the first orthopedics consultant in the region and the second in Saudi Arabia as of 2011.

Speaking on her choice of specialization, Bobsheet said that she explored numerous others before settling on this one. In her opinion, she felt that this specialty was the hallmark of her career while working as a specialist, she found that she was skilled in surgery in general.

The ambassador suggested that such a field holds creativity, artistry, and precision. She also belives that is a humane profession.

Loving what you do or the field you work in is the barrier between you and excellence, said Bobsheet.

The surgeon has achieved important scientific and national accomplishments. She’s also known for her social and loving personality, making her a prominent figure in Saudi society.

Bobsheet has worked her way up the ladder in volunteer and humanitarian work. She also carried out several community service initiatives.

She’s also been part of numerous social awareness initiatives. Her latest initiative was on the dangers of quad-bikes.

Bobsheet highlighted the consequences of misusing them and their driving safety rules and regulations. At the same time, she provided medical insight in the case of an emergency.

She also pointed out safe clothing options for when driving the bikes, the way they should be worn, tested and how drivers should handle wounds and breaks.

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