Dr. Hibba is Consultant Neurodevelopment Paediatrician at Al Jalila Children’s. She graduated from University of Khartoum in Sudan in 2001. She worked as a Paediatric Registrar in training at the Sudanese Medical Specialisation Board between 2005-2010 after which she moved to the United Kingdom where she further augmented her paediatric training experience and chose Paediatric Neurodevelopment (Community Paediatrics)as a subspecialty. She completed her higher Neurodevelopment Paediatric training in Manchester and the North West of England .She then worked as a Consultant Community Paediatrician (Neurodevelopment) and the named doctor for looked after children at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust- Trafford from 2018. Dr. Bedri is a fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, UK and a member of the British Academy of Childhood Disability(BACD) and the British Association for Community Child Health (BACCH). She is a strong advocate for children and people of determination and has a real passion for providing a genuine and thoughtful support to children with developmental disorders and their families. She has a special interest in teaching and medical education and has been an educational supervisor and an academic mentor for junior doctors and medical students. Dr. Bedri has participated in the organisation of a lot of national and international conferences and spoke in many events as the Down Syndrome Medical Interest Group (DSMIG)meeting.She published in medical journals and has a great interst in research and audits and has written numerous clinical guidelines.
Urogenital complications among girls with genital mutilation, A hospital- based study in Khartoum. African Journal of Rep: 118-124
Prevalence and determinants of the practice of genital mutilation of girls in Khartoum, Sudan. Annals of Tropical Paediatrics: International Child Health, Volume 26, Number 4, December 2006, pp. 303-310(8