Muslim doctor invents ‘Disposable Hijab’ for religion and passion

Dr. Farah Roslan, a muslim doctor who hails from Malaysia has invented and introduced the world’s first disposable hijabs. In a bid to alleviate health standards for doctors, Dr. Farah Roslan came up with the concept of disposable hijabs due to the infection concerns related to her hijab. The project of disposable hijabs did not cost much and the NHS hopes the product will be available for doctors by December.

The issue of doctors wearing hijabs in hospitals is a silent and unaddressed issue.While working in the NHS United Kingdom, Dr. Farah Roslan faced constant difficulty in keeping pace with her work, while also following her religion.

Source: Parhlo