Dr. M. Wasim Ghori
MBBS, MBA (U.K.), FRSPH (U.K.), FCMI (U.K.), FIHM (U.K.), FRHHA (New Delhi) | Brand Ambassador – Education UK, British Council
Dr. M. Wasim Ghori is an experienced Healthcare Consultant and Co-Founder of Rx Healing Canvas who partners with Healthcare CEOs, Executives, and Entrepreneurs with the aim of using visual art in artfully designing hospital environments and experiences that are engaging, patient-centered, aesthetically pleasing, and research-based.
He holds an MSc in International Health Services & Hospital Management from London South Bank University (LSBU) where he spent considerable time studying the National Health Service and its learnings for India. He has obtained a Fellowship in Healthcare Management from the prestigious Royal Society of Public Health and undertook Leadership Excellence and Employee Engagement Workshops at Dale Carnegie Training Center, London. He is on the board of a number of organizations including the Asian Arab Chamber of Commerce, Enoque Healthcare Services, SAARC Healthcare as well as AmbuPod – a revolutionary, high-tech rural healthcare platform in India amongst others.
Dr. Wasim is the recipient of numerous awards for his pioneering work in the field of Art and Healthcare in India including the prestigious 7th MT India Healthcare Award for “Best Healing Design and Painting for Hospitals” at Medical Fair India 2017 and Literary Excellence Award by Bharat Nirman Foundation, New Delhi amongst others. He was also conferred with an Entrepreneurship Award at London Knowledge of Innovation Center in 2011.
Based on his clinical background, extensive health services management qualifications, entrepreneurial skills, and rich experience of studying and working in the U.K., the British Council appointed Dr. Wasim as the Brand Ambassador for Education U.K. He has landed coverage in print and electronic media and was interviewed by the Guardian UK and featured by the CLUB UK Magazine. London South Bank University interviewed him recently for their next feature of CONNECT Magazine due to be published in April 2018.
Given the continually advancing knowledge of the brain and its plastic qualities, he advocates the use of art for individuals with traumatic brain injury and a comprehensive neuro-rehabilitation-informed approach to treatment.