International Journal of Healthcare Systems Engineering

ISSN: 2633-8939   DOI: 10.35840/2633-8939

Editorial Board


Prof. Ronald T Brown

Professor and Dean
School of Allied Health Sciences
University of Nevada
United States of America

Dr. Ronald T Brown is a Professor and Dean in School of Allied Health Sciences at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA. He served as the Associate Vice-Chancellor for Academic (Health Affairs) at the University of North Texas System. He completed his Ph.D. from Georgia State University and has been the past President of the Society of Pediatric Psychology and the Association of Psychologists of Academic Health Centers. He is a boar view full biography...

Dr. Ronald T Brown is a Professor and Dean in School of Allied Health Sciences at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA. He served as the Associate Vice-Chancellor for Academic (Health Affairs) at the University of North Texas System. He completed his Ph.D. from Georgia State University and has been the past President of the Society of Pediatric Psychology and the Association of Psychologists of Academic Health Centers. He is a board certified clinical health psychologist and has been an active clinician, teacher, advocate and investigator. He served as a member of the Behavioral Medicine study section of the NIH and chaired several special panels at NIH. Dr. Ronald Brown’s area of specialization includes behavioral sciences, pediatric psychology, attention deficit disorders, neuropsychology, psychopharmacology, learning disabilities and psychosocial oncology.

Prof. Carol Camp Yeakey

Professor
Department of Arts & Sciences
Washington University in St. Louis
United States of America

Carol Camp Yeakey, born in Chicago, Illinois, is the Marshall S. Snow Professor of Arts & Sciences and the Founding Director of the interdisciplinary program in Urban Studies and its Center on Urban Research and Public Policy at Washington University in St. Louis. She also holds faculty appointments as Professor of Education; of International & Area Studies; of American Culture Studies; and, of Urban Studies& Public Policy and is a Facu view full biography...

Carol Camp Yeakey, born in Chicago, Illinois, is the Marshall S. Snow Professor of Arts & Sciences and the Founding Director of the interdisciplinary program in Urban Studies and its Center on Urban Research and Public Policy at Washington University in St. Louis. She also holds faculty appointments as Professor of Education; of International & Area Studies; of American Culture Studies; and, of Urban Studies& Public Policy and is a Faculty Scholar in the Institute for Public Health. She received her Ph.D. from Northwestern University in Social Policy. Among her research awards and fellowships, she has been a Rockefeller Fellow and a Bush Fellow at the Bush Center for Child Development and Social Policy in the Department of Psychology at Yale University; a Ford Fellow of the National Academy of Education; and, a Dartmouth Fellow at the Center for the Study of Comparative Politics and Inter-group Relations in the Department of Sociology at Dartmouth College. She was elected a member of the National Academy of Education (NAEd), in 2016; awarded an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellowship for higher education leadership development in 2004;received the Distinguished Career Contribution to Research Award by the American Education Research Association (AERA) in 2012; and, was elected a Fellow in 2013. Her primary area of research is social welfare policy as said policy pertains to marginalized children, young adults and families and the neighborhood contexts in which they live. Her research examine the nexus between the mal/distribution of human groups in dense urban spaces with reference to material resources and the consequential social, political, economic and cultural patterns which evolve as a result of the sufficiency or insufficiency of those resources.

Prof. Jesuk Ko

Professor
Department of Healthcare Management
Gwangju University
Korea

Prof. Jesuk Ko received his Ph.D. degree in Systems Engineering from Royal Melbourne University of Technology (RMIT) in Australia, and his M.Eng.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering from Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) in Korea, respectively. He currently is a Professor in the Department of Healthcare Management at Gwangju University. Also he is an Adjunct Professor of the Nelson Mandela African Institute of Scienc view full biography...

Prof. Jesuk Ko received his Ph.D. degree in Systems Engineering from Royal Melbourne University of Technology (RMIT) in Australia, and his M.Eng.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering from Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) in Korea, respectively. He currently is a Professor in the Department of Healthcare Management at Gwangju University. Also he is an Adjunct Professor of the Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) in Tanzania. He was a Visiting Scholar in the Department of Engineering at the Australian National University (ANU) from 2008 to 2009. He also was a Head of Department (HOD) in the Department of Industrial and Information Engineering at Gwangju University. He served as a Full-time Lecturer, Graduate School of Engineering (GSE) at RMIT. He has been involved in Paper Review Committees as an Editorial Board Member of the prestigious international journals such as JHM, AJOR, APMR, IJPE etc. He is a Principal Consultant with the Korea Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI) and a Certified Associate of the Korean TOC Academy (KTA). At present, he is a senior organizing member of the Korean Theory of Constraints Association (TOC Korea), an academic trustee member of the Korean Society of Supply Chain Management (KSCM), and a member of the Korean Institute of Industrial Engineers (KIIE). He also is a member of the Korean Council on Systems Engineering (KCOSE). His research interests include related topics of systems engineering, AI applications in decision analysis and problem-solving issues, healthcare management systems, and health informatics, etc.

Dr. Artur Wdowiak

Associate Professor
Head of Diagnostic Techniques Unit
Medical University of Lublin
Poland, Europe

Dr. Artur Wdowiak is an Associate Professor and Head of Diagnostic Techniques Unit at the Medical University of Lublin, Poland. He received his Ph.D from Medical University of Lublin in 1996. Since 2013 he is the president of International Scientific Association for the Support and Development of Medical Technologies. Dr. Artur Wdowiak research interests includes problems of gynecology and obstetrics: male and female infertility, import view full biography...

Dr. Artur Wdowiak is an Associate Professor and Head of Diagnostic Techniques Unit at the Medical University of Lublin, Poland. He received his Ph.D from Medical University of Lublin in 1996. Since 2013 he is the president of International Scientific Association for the Support and Development of Medical Technologies. Dr. Artur Wdowiak research interests includes problems of gynecology and obstetrics: male and female infertility, importance of environmental factors within the scope of problems and concerning human reproduction, use of the latest technologies in the IVF procedure. Dr. Artur is also a Principal investigator: Project started in 2013: Retrospective analysis of changes of semen parameters in Poland and the Ukraine within the last decade, financed by the International Scientific Association for the Support and Development of Medical Technologies.

Dr. Yeliz Akkus

Associate Professor
Health High School
Kafkas University
Turkey

Yeliz Akkus, PhD, is an associate professor at Kafkas University, Health High School in the Department of Nursing in Kars, Turkey. She obtained her doctorate degree in medical nursing from Hacettepe University Faculty of Nursing in Ankara, Turkey. Her research interests include improving cognitive function of the elderly and caregivers' issues related to care of the elderly and patients with multiple sclerosis. Her doctoral thesis was e view full biography...

Yeliz Akkus, PhD, is an associate professor at Kafkas University, Health High School in the Department of Nursing in Kars, Turkey. She obtained her doctorate degree in medical nursing from Hacettepe University Faculty of Nursing in Ankara, Turkey. Her research interests include improving cognitive function of the elderly and caregivers' issues related to care of the elderly and patients with multiple sclerosis. Her doctoral thesis was entitled 'Improving theQuality of Life for Multiple Sclerosis Patients Using the Nurse-Based Home Visiting Model'. She was worked also School of Nursing University of Wisconsin Madison as a visiting associate professor with Dr. Barbara Bowers.

Dr. Lina Begdache

Assistant professor
Department of Health and Wellness
Binghamton University
USA

Dr. Lina Begdache is a assistant professor in the Department of Health and Wellness at Binghamton University, NY. She received her PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology with a Neuroscience concentration from Binghamton University. She earned a master’s degree in Nutrition Sciences from the University at Buffalo, NY. Dr. Begdache is a registered-Dietitian Nutritionist, a Certified Nutrition-Specialist-Scholar, and a Certified Dietitian Nut view full biography...

Dr. Lina Begdache is a assistant professor in the Department of Health and Wellness at Binghamton University, NY. She received her PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology with a Neuroscience concentration from Binghamton University. She earned a master’s degree in Nutrition Sciences from the University at Buffalo, NY. Dr. Begdache is a registered-Dietitian Nutritionist, a Certified Nutrition-Specialist-Scholar, and a Certified Dietitian Nutritionist. She is an active member of New York State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She is also a speaker and a writer on different topics on nutrition and brain health. Her research interest focus on nutrition and mental distress/mood.

Dr. Sara Nourazari

Assistant professor
Department of Health Care Administration
California State University
United States of America

Dr. Sara Nourazari is an assistant professor at the Department of Health Care Administration in California State University, Long Beach. Her research focuses on optimizing the quality and efficiency of health care delivery with particular emphasis and area expertise in access, real-time decision making, care delivery redesign, and statistical quality engineering. Dr. Nourazari has hands-on experience in leading, supporting, and evaluati view full biography...

Dr. Sara Nourazari is an assistant professor at the Department of Health Care Administration in California State University, Long Beach. Her research focuses on optimizing the quality and efficiency of health care delivery with particular emphasis and area expertise in access, real-time decision making, care delivery redesign, and statistical quality engineering. Dr. Nourazari has hands-on experience in leading, supporting, and evaluating quality improvement initiatives within health care organizations, as well as developing analytical solutions and data-driven insights in multiple research and applied projects.

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