Julie is an established researcher with expertise and professional background in the field of safeguarding (adults and children), gender based violence and intimate partner violence/domestic violence and abuse with a focus towards survivors' experiences and the development of effective health/social care professionals' responses. Julie has led on a number of funded research initiatives, working with national and local agencies in the UK in the development of safeguarding and domestic violence services for children and families and survivors of abuse. Julie also has a well-established background in participant led research exploring effective approaches to domestic violence identification and management through co-production of arts based narrative projects with survivors of female genital mutilation (FGM) and domestic violence and abuse. Julie has been commissioned to lead a number of domestic violence project evaluations both locally and nationally and has also acted in an advisory capacity for local and national agencies in domestic violence service/education development. Julie's work synthesizes research, education and practice and predominantly utilizes a qualitative approach to enquiry including personal narrative and ethnography - recent and current work includes older women and personal accounts of DVA survivorship and narrative accounts of FGM survivors. Julie has initiated multi-agency collaborative scholarly partnerships on both international and national levels through leading the successful inception of the Integrated Domestic Violence and Abuse Research Group and Seminar Series within the Social Futures Centre of Excellence, Institute of Mental Health. Julie has published widely and disseminated her work through national and international conferences and invited keynote speaker presentations.
Alan A. Monavvari was Graduated from Medical School (MD) in 1992 in Iran. He obtained a Master of Science (MHSc) in Health Administration from the University of Toronto in 2006. He is a certified member of Canadian Health Services Executives (CHE) and an international certified member of Professional Healthcare Quality (CPHQ). He is an Associate Professor at the Department of Family and Community Medicine at University of Toronto. Currently he is the Chief of Family Medicine at Markham Stouffville Hospital and an active staff at North York General Hospital. He is the representative of the Ontario College of Family Physicians in National Committee in Continuous Professional Development (NCCPD) at the College of Family Physicians of Canada
Over his previous working period, He has successfully completed the following projects: Establishing ideal Family Medicine centers in the National Guard Housing campus, Taif region,1996-2001; Establishing ideal Family Medicine services at King Fahd Air base Housing campus, ( Al Razy Family Medicine center ) in 2003; The first community Medicine hospital in the Kingdom, within Prince Mansour Hospital in 2005; Family Medicine Postgraduate Training Program, Taif 2003 and; Community Medicine Postgraduate Training Program, Taif 2010.
DR. ALAN KAPLAN is currently working as the chair of a primary care respiratory group in Canada as well as a senate member of the International Primary Care Respiratory Group. He had published so many articles in different kind of journals. He got so many awards and participated in many national and international Conferences.
Alan Kaplan(Research Area)
Primary Health Care, Family Medicine, Locums, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry, Palliative Care, Rehabiliative Medicine, Stroke Medicine, Chronic Pain, Respiratory Medicine
Dr Kim Watts qualified initially as a registered nurse (RN) and then as a midwife (RM) in the United Kingdom and has worked in clinical, managerial and regional roles prior to commencing her career in academia. She gained her MSc in Healthcare Policy and Management from the University of Birmingham, UK followed by her PhD from the University of Nottingham, UK. She is registered as a Midwife and holds a teaching qualification with the Nursing and Midwifery Council in the UK.
She is currently a Senior Lecturer in Midwifery at the Florence Nightingale Faculty for Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care at Kings College London, UK. She is also the Faculty Lead for Middle East Engagement and leads on postgraduate education for the Midwifery Department within the Faculty.
She has been a principle investigator and co-applicant on several research projects and has published and presented her findings in both national and international journals and at conferences. Externally she is a reviewer for national funding bodies and specialist journals.
Kim Watts(Research Area)
Maternity Services Evaluation (all healthcare settings), Teenage Pregnancy, Domestic Violence and Abuse, Smoking Cessation in Pregnancy and Prevention of Relapse, Substance Misuse and Public Health Issues Impacting on Pregnancy.
Danka Svecova completed her MD and PhD in Dermatology. Currently, she is a Professor of Dermatovenerology, Head of Bullous Disorders Unit in Department of Dermatovenerology at University Hospital and Faculty of Medicine at Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia. She is a board member of Division Committee for Dermatovenerology and Immunology for PhD. She is a member of committee for Probation of Specialization for Dermatovenerology at Comenius University in Bratislava and University of J.P. Safarik in Kosice. At Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan, she participated in research on skin allergology and immunology under the supervision of Professor Akira Ohkawara. She held several grant projects on fungal infection, therapy of psoriasis, borreliosis immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory efficacy of normal polyphenols, immunogenetic determination to psoriasis vulgaris and pemphigus vulgaris, clinical trial of anti-IL17A/F bispecific nano body in psoriasis vulgaris (multicentric European study), Genome Wide Association Study (GWAS) on pemphigus vulgaris (multicentric study).
Dr. Hassan Kasim Haridi completed his Doctorate degree from Ain Shams University, Cairo and postdoctoral studies in infection control and hospital epidemiology from the same university. He is a Consultant Public Health Medicine physician, the Head of Research Department, Health Affairs, Hail region, Saudi Arabia. He has more than 20 publications and being a reviewer/ editorial board member for a number of reputed journals. He has many participations of research work presented at national and international conferences. He has managed programs in infection control, primary health care, community health projects for disease screening/early detection, clinical and community research as well as medical staff education/training.
Hassan Kasim Haridi(Research Area)
infection control, primary health care, community health projects for disease screening/early detection, clinical and community research