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Dr. Nick (Iqbal) Mawani founded ORCD Canada Inc. (Non-Profit) in 2016 and co-founded ORCD Ghana in 2018. ORCD is Organization for Research and Community Development. Dr. Nick was awarded Queen Elizabeth II, Diamond Jubilee Medal, in January 2013 for his promotion of health care and healthy living. He is a graduate of the University of Ottawa in Biological Sciences. He is also a graduate from NAIT and an internship at the Royal Alexandra Hospital Edmonton in Respiratory Therapy. Nick was awarded the Alberta Society of Respiratory Therapists for Academic Excellence as the top student in the Province of Alberta, Canada. He was elected as the Master of Public Health (MPH) student leader at the University of Liverpool, the UK in 2013. He graduated successfully with a Master of Public Health Degree (MPH) on July 16th, 2014 from the University of Liverpool, UK. His MPH Dissertation abstract was accepted at the EUPHA (European Public Health Association) 7th Conference in June 2014 for poster presentation in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Dr. Nick was awarded the Canada 150 Award for Community Service in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada in 2017. He inspired and helped create the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) Symposium 2018 Abstract which was selected for Panel Presentation: Health Technology Assessment: Examining Conventional, Complementary, and Traditional Approaches to Health Care. Chair and participants: Prof. Dev Menon, Dr. Sunita Vohra, Dr. Dugald Seely, Prof. Amy Bombay, and Prof. Heather Boon. He is the Founder of the Oshawa Ismaili Students Group created in September 2019 sustaining improvement of the quality of life of international students in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada (Closed WhatsApp Group).  Dr. Nick started his Doctoral of Public Health dissertation in 2020 on Vaccination. He was appointed on the Doctor of Public Health Student Advisory Council (DrPH SAC), Walden University, on April 8th, 2020. Dr. Nick was also appointed to the School of Health Professions Assessment Council at Walden University. On October 6, 2020, Dr. Nick’s dissertation proposal was approved, and he successfully completed his dissertation on March 4, 2021. Dr. Nick is currently developing an ambitious plan to create a rural hospital in Ghana.

Dr. Nick Mawani, DrPH, MPH, CNPA, RRT, BSc.

Public Health – Global Vaccination Research 2020

President and Founder – ORCD Canada Inc. (Non-Profit) 2016

Organization for Research and Community Development

www.orcdcanada.org

Co-Founder –  ORCD Ghana Inc. (Non-profit) 2018

Techiman, Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana

www.orcdghana.com

Board – ORCD Global – USA (Non-Profit) 2017

www.orcdglobal.org

Board – ORCD Afghanistan (Non-Profit) 2015

www.orcd.org.af 

Doctor of Public Health Student (2014-2022)

Appointed DrPH Student Advisory Councillor 2020

DrPH Program,Walden University, USA

Master of Public Health (2014)

Elected MPH Student Representative 2013-2014

MPH, University of Liverpool, UK

Recipient of Gordon Storie Award 2010

RRT, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Edmonton, Canada

Recipient of Academic Excellence (Alberta Society of Respiratory Therapists)

RRT Internship, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

BSc. (Biological Sciences) University of Ottawa, Canada

Recipient of Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal 2013

For the promotion of health care and healthy living

Recipient of Canada 150 Medal 2017

For Community Service

CADTH Symposium 2018 Abstract selected for Panel Presentation

Inspired and helped create the Abstract:

Health Technology Assessment: Examining Conventional, Complementary, and Traditional Approaches to Health Care

Chair and participants: Prof. Dev Menon, Dr. Sunita Vohra, Dr. Dugald Seely, Prof. Amy Bombay, and Prof. Heather Boon.

Founder – Oshawa Ismaili Students Group – 2019

Sustaining improvement of quality of life of international students in Oshawa

(Closed WhatsApp Group)

Non sibi sed omnis

“Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.”Goethe. “Doing is not enough; we must become.” – Nick Mawani