DR. ALI ASKER QUORESHI
Initiated The Mass Awareness Programme By Distributing Thousands Of Leaflets Among The People Of The Whole Country. Distributed Leaflets Narrating The Common Symptoms Of Substance Abuse, So That The People Can Identify The Abuser Within Themselves. Providing Counseling Services To Parents, Guardians To Help The Ex Addicts To Rehabilitate Them In The Society Both Financially And Socially. Introduced 24 Hours On Line Help Services To The Drug Abuser. Providing Training Services To Create A Grass Root Level Social Workers To Help The Drug Abuser By Providing Follow Up Services And To Identify The Defaulters.
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MSc. in Clinical & Public
Health aspects of Addictions
kings College, London
University of London.
MBBS Dhaka Medical College
University Of Dhaka
H.S.C 1ST DIVISION
Jhenidah Cadet College
S.S.C 1st DIVISION. 14th position
in combined merit list
Jhenihah Cadet College
Post Graduate Psychiatric training University of Columbia, New York, USA. (1991-1993)
Post Graduate Training Maudsley, British psychiatric hospital ( since 1907) (Largest and Oldest mental health training institution in the UK) Denmark Hill , London. (1997-1998)
MSc in Clinical and Public Health aspect of Addiction King’s College. University of London. (1997-1998)
Attend Seminar, Conference and Guest Lecture/Speaker USA, UK, Canada, Italy, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka, France, New Zealand. (Since 1991)
Founder, Chief Consultant And Managing Director Mukti – Center For Treatment, Care & Research of Drug Abuse and Mental Health Patients
1997-2000 Research Work Worked With Prof. Md. Abdus Sobhan, Chairman, Dept. of Psychiatry, Bangabandu Sheikh Mujib Medical University.
1988-1990 Research Assistant Worked with Prof. Dr. A.K.M Nazimuddowla H. Chowdhury, Ex. Head of the Dept. Of Pschiatry, Institute of Post Graduate Medicine & Research and Hospital.
Lift-2, House-09, Road-17, Block- E, Banani.
(Banani Bazar, Opposite of Fu-Wang Foods Ltd. Building)
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