He is member of the education team of the Austrian Society of Homeopathic Medicine (ÖGHM) since 1993 and Head of the homeopathic clinic of pediatric oncology at Klinikum Klagenfurt since 1997. Seminar activities led him to Austria, Italy, Japan, Slovenia, Germany and Hungary. Numerous articles and co-author in books and journals regarding Homeopathy. Since 2002 Member of the ECH Subcommittee Politics 2012 Pichler became President of the Austrian Society of Homeopathic Medicine (ÖGHM).
Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Medical Research
Sawsan Alyousef is a Senior Consultant of Pediatric Intensive Care at King Fahad Medical City & Professor at King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University and Health Science in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Sawsan is a Medical Doctor by background and qualification, she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery in 1991 from King Saud University, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) where then she joined pediatric residency program at Security Forces Hospital (SFH) and successfully got her PhD with the Arab and Saudi Board in Pediatric (1997). Her strong fervor in the field of medicine propelled Sawsan for further academic pursuits so she gained fellowship in clinical and research pediatric critical care from the University of Western Ontario in London, Canada and Pediatric Pulmonary training at Sick Kids Toronto, Canada (2003). Since then Sawsan has been assigned as Pediatric Intensive care and pulmonology consultant at King Fahad Medical City (KFMC) and appointed as Director of PICU fellowship program at KFMC and Director of Post graduate Simulation Department at KFMC. She had directed, organized and lectured in several conferences, courses and workshops and served as a Saudi Board examiner, and also headed the examination committee for PICU fellowship at Saudi Council for Health Specialties. Sawsan had various speakership engagements in numerous forums and conferences, locally and internationally. One of Sawsan’s successful endeavors throughout her medical career, and continues to focus on, has been in the area of ‘research’, with her works gaining acclamation in major conferences held in Europe, Canada and USA, and acknowledged by various medical journals and publications. Some of Sawsan’s major local and international professional memberships include: Society of Critical Care Medicine Society of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Member of Saudi Pediatric Critical Care Society FCCP American College of Chest Physicians Saudi Council for Health Specialties American Academy of Pediatrics Arab Pediatric Pulmonary Association Gulf Thoracic Surgery society
Pediatric Intensive care
Dr. Tahir Jameel is working as professor of Hematology in King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah Saudi Arabia. He has a vast teaching experience of Clinical and academics in Hematology. He has published many research articles in national and international medical journals. He is coauthor of three medical books, has written many chapters is multi-author books. He has vast exposure in Pediatric Hematology. especially in managing Thalassemia, Hemophilia other hemoglobinopathies.
Researh in Hemophilia Children
Dr. Kishore is an internationally acclaimed neonatologist who has worked in four continents over the course of his career. He completed his MBBS, DCH, MD from India, DCH & MRCP from London & FRCPCH from UK; MRCPI and FRCPI from Ireland. Additionally, he also holds Fellowship in Advanced Neonatal ICU from Melbourne with an FRACP from Sydney, Australia. At the time of his qualification, he was amongst one of the youngest and highest qualified neonatologists in the world. Among his many awards and accreditations is the honour of being felicitated by former US President, Bill Clinton, for his exceptional achievements in the field of neonatology and has been serving as a reviewer for many of the reputed Journals.
He envisioned giving birth to a place where maternal and neonatal care is always a priority, similar to the west. Cloudnine desires to replicate their success with near zero maternal mortality and high survival rate of premature babies by focusing on intact survival of premature babies. He has successfully steered it to where it is today.
Gabriela Sousa Moreira, Brazilian, 28 years old, graduated from College of Medicine of Marília (FAMEMA) in 2014. She completed the specialization in pediatrics in 2017 at the Hospital of Child and Maternity of São José do Rio Preto, and in the same year she received the pediatrician degree by Brazilian Society of Pediatrics. She did internships in Pediatric Oncology at University Hospital Motol in Prague, Czech Republic, in 2013, in Neonatal ICU of Hospital São Francisco Xavier in Lisbon, Portugal, in 2018. She presented works at the following congresses: XIII Brazilian Congress of Pediatric Intensive Medicine in 2014, XVII Latin American Congress of Pediatrics in 2015 in Peru; XIV Latin American Congress of Pediatric Intensive Care in 2017 in Paraguay, among others. She was a member of the state team of the Renewed Universities Ministry of the Catholic Church. She participated in the dissemination of the World Delirium Awareness Day in Brazil in 2017. Currently, she works in Neonatal ICU of Rondonópolis – MT.
Diagnosis of Delirium and Withdrawal Syndrome in Patients