Khazi A. Muqeet, MD was recently elected by the Wisconsin Medical Society (WMS) membership as the chair-elect for its young physician section and as the section’s delegate to the American Medical Association. The young physician section is comprised of physicians who are under the age of 40 or have been practicing for fewer than five years. “The role of delegate keeps us connected to the AMA about current issues in medicine that need to be addressed,” Muqeet says. Muqeet says he hopes to be elected to the position of chair in 2012 and continue to represent young physicians at the national level.
Muqeet also recently completed his board certification for forensic psychiatry through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology following his fellowship in forensic psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin. This board certification makes him dually board-certified in the United States, in addition to being board certified through the Royal College of Psychiatrists in the United Kingdom.
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