Bashar Moghrabi is an internal medicine specialist practicing at the Moncton Hospital. According to New Brunswick licensing records, he graduated from medical school in Jordan in 1995.
He wanted to become a cardiologist (a sub-speciality in the field), so in 2012, Moghrabi enrolled in Dal’s Cardiology Residence Training Program. The residency was a requirement before he could be considered for the increased credentialing.
But a lawsuit filed by Moghrabi this week shows that his experience at Dal did not go well.
The reasons for it are not explained in his lawsuit, but at some point, Moghrabi was required to go through with a remediation plan in order to continue his residency.
Well this is ironic.
Doctor says he was unfairly kicked out of Dal Medical School after he plagiarized an essay about honesty
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