Born in India, the A.H. Khan is a doctor who obtained his basic medical degree in Hyderabad, India, and moved to the United Kingdom (UK) in July 1973. He gained his post-graduate medical qualifications (Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Unit (ICU)) in London and in the Republic of Ireland. He worked in the NHS (National Health Service) when he came to the UK. He has nothing but praise for the NHS.
In addition to his medical qualifications, he has wide general interests. His overall general knowledge, especially in the field of science, is particularly commendable. He has an analytical, logical, unbiased, evidence-based and honest approach to various issues and thus sometimes differs widely from the well-established beliefs.
In addition to this book, the author has written another fact-based fiction novel, Raisham, which has already been published.
He has written more fiction and non-fiction. They are awaiting publication.
Set in the Indian subcontinent, with a Muslim culture background, this is a fictional story of a migrant doctor who tries to win the heart and mind of a feudal lord who believes in tribal rules and dislikes migrants.Eventually, the feudal lord gives in, mainly because of the excellent character of t...
Written clearly, the aim of the book “Strange but True” is to highlight some points.There are many incidences that occurred in the hospitals which are of general interest to the general readers. The author is conscious that some points may be sensitive so he made it clear that the book is not me...