Abdullah Alhadhira, MD, is fellow in disaster medicine and disaster medicine and emergency management at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center IDMC and research fellow in disaster medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is a former acting chief and head physician of Saudi ARAMCO Emergency Departments and remote area clinics. Abdullah is secretary-general of Saudi Society of Emergency Medicine (SASEM) and board member of the Saudi Arabia Emergency Medicine National Support Program. He is an emergency medicine board certified graduate of the University of Western Ontario. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Canada, fellow of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, certified physician by the Canadian Medical Association PMI, certified health care executive by the American College of Physicians Executives. Abdullah is a certified instructor of the American Heart Association, American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma, and National Disaster Life Support. He has participated in many educational activities at national and international levels, including Gulf Federation of Emergency Medicine. He served as independent join external evaluator (IJEE) during 2016 Hajj season, with interest in EM education, disaster management, crisis management leadership, and innovation.
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