Dr. Yasser Sami Abdel Dayem Amer MBBCh, MPed, MHI, CPHQ, FISQua, CPKPI, IPFPH. CPG Methodologist, CPG Unit, Quality Management Department Pediatrician, Pediatrics Outpatient Department (POPD), King Khalid University Hospital, General Coordinator, CPG Steering Committee Researcher, Chair for EBHC-KT, King Saud University Email address: email@example.com I am a pediatrician, CPG methodologist, quality professional, health informaticist, and researcher. He has been an active member of the Guidelines International Network (G-I-N) and its working groups since 2009; including Adaptation (steering group since 2013), Implementation, Performance Measures and LMIC groups. I contributed to the CPGs Adaptation Program at KSU as a coordinator and expert methodologist for the Quality Management Department, CPGs steering committee, CPG departmental committees, and the Chair for EBHC-KT since he joined the institution in 2012. He worked actively in more than 40 CPG adaptation and implementation projects including the capacity building for the staff. Additionally, a member of Physician CPOE Build Team during implementation of the Electronic Health Record System and helped in the automation of CPGs into the system as decision support system. I completed his residency training as a pediatrician before he joined the EBHC movement in 2008 as co-founder and former coordinator for the Alexandria Center for EB-CPGs, Alexandria University in Alexandria, Egypt where he contributed to several CPG projects. He has collaborative experiences in EB-CPGs projects in different countries in the Eastern Mediterranean region (Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and Bahrain). I'm the lead author for the ‘Adapted ADAPTE’ method for CPG adaptation. He was recently appointed as a member of the advisory subcommittee, National Committee for CPGs in Egypt. Research interests include EBHC, knowledge translation, CPG adaptation and implementation, pediatrics and child health, healthcare informatics, healthcare reform, and systematic reviews.
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clinical informatics; evidence-based informatics; pediatric informatics
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