The Saudi Society for Healthcare Ethics (SSHCE) would like to invite you to its first webinar in collaboration with the Virtual Medical Academy.
Title of the webinar: The ethical issues during pandemics,
Date: June 22, 2020 (20:00-22:00 KSA) (UK, 18:00-20:00 BST) (NYC, 13:00-15:00 EDT)
2 CME hours by the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties
Professor Jamal Jarallah, Professor of Family Medicine and Bioethics at King Saud University and the President of SSHCE;
Professor Abdulaziz Alkabba, Professor of Family Medicine and Bioethics at Imam Mohamed Bin Abdulwahab Islamic University and the Chairperson of the Executive Committee;
Dr. Abdullah Aljoudi, Consultant in Family and Community Medicine, Fellow at Harvard Medical Scool Center for Bioethics, and the General Secretary of SSHCE;
Dr. Abdullah Adlan, Consultant of Bioethics at the Saudi NIH, VRO, MOH and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Bioethics at King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences.
Moderator: Dr. Ghaiath Hussein
Please join us for this free event (credited 2 CME hours from the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties). Click here for more information.
Register free: https://medicalacademy.org/portal/register-first/1167
Watch the announcement: https://youtu.be/o9lJM7F_pWA
Ghaiath M. A. Hussein, PhD
MBBS (SUD), MHSc. (CAN), PhD (UK)
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"The ethical considerations in the health-related research activities conducted during armed conflicts."
HIFA profile: Ghaiath Hussein is a registrar of community medicine and bioethicist by training. His expertise varied from providing assistance for researchers on technical and ethical issues, to editing and developing ethical guidelines and training manuals on research ethics. He has been working in the department of research at the Federal Ministry of Health (Sudan), before being assigned as the Senior Project Officer a MARC (Mapping African Ethics Review Capacity) project managed by COHRED and funded by the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP). Currently, he is an assistant professor of bioethics in King Saud University for Health Sciences, King Fahad Medical City Faculty of Medicine. He also provides voluntary ethics teaching and cosultation services for some regional and international organizations, especially on public health ethical issues. acsawy AT yahoo.com