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(Updated: June, 2008)

 

 

I.  BIOGRAPHICAL DATA:

 

NAME:                                          Dr. Mohammed Yahya Al Naami

DATE OF BIRTH:                       01.07.1380 H/30.12.1960G

NATIONALITY:                            Saudi

MARITAL STATUS:                    Married

GENDER:                                                Male

CHILDREN:                                 Six children

LANGUAGES:                              Arabic/English/French 

ADDRESS:                                    PO Box 102934

                                                            Riyadh 11685

                                                            Saudi Arabia

                                                            Business Telephone:  (01) 252-0088 ext. 4119, 3343

                                                            Fax: (01) 252-0149

                                                            E-mail: alnaami@ksu.edu.sa

                                                                   mohammed_alnaami@yahoo.com

 

 

II.  EDUCATION:

·         High School: Al Abnaa High School-Tabuk, Saudi Arabia

·         University: King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

·         Date of Graduation: 28.08.1404 H/04.06.1984G

 

 

 

III.  APPOINTMENTS AND POSITIONS:

 

 

March 2005 – Present                         Head, General Surgery Division, KKUH

                                                            

March 2005 – Present                        Associate Professor of Surgery, King Khalid                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

                                                            University Hospital, KSU, Riyadh, KSA

 

March 2005 – March 2007                  Program director General surgery, KKUH

 

 

March 2005 – Present                        Associate director, faculty development program

                                                            College of medicine, KSU

 

October 2001 – March 2004               Clinical Assistant professor of Surgery. College

                                                                 of medicine. King Saud University. Riyadh, KSA

 

April 1999 – Jan. 2004                         Director, Allied Health Training & Educ. Services

                                                                 National Guard Health Affairs, Riyadh, KSA

 

January 1998 – March 2004               Consultant, General Surgery Division

                                                                 King Fahad National Guard Hospital, Riyadh,                                                                    KSA

 

July 1992 – December 1998              Assistant Professor in Surgery

                                                                 King Saud University, College of Medicine, Abha,                                                            KSA

 

July 1992 – December 1998              Consultant, General Surgery

                                                                 Asir General Hospital, Abha, Saudi Arabia

 

July 1992 – December 1998              Consultant, Intensive Care

                                                                 Asir Central Hospital, Abha, Saudi Arabia

 

July 1992 – December 1998              Consultant Endoscopist, Diagnostic &       Therapeutic E.R.C.P. Asir Central Hospital, Abha,                                                            Saudi Arabia

 

July 1992 – December 1998              Chairman, Medical Education

                                                                 King Saud University, College of Medicine, Abha

 

July 1992 – December 1998              Chairman, Mortality and Morbidity Committee

                                                                 Asir Central Hospital, Abha, Saudi Arabia

 

Dec. 1995 – Present                            Educator, Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)

 

Jan. 1997 – December 1998              Coordinator, Asir Surgical Club

                                                                        (Quarterly meetings of all Surgeons in Asir    Region)

 

 

 

IV. INTERNSHIP/RESIDENCY TRAINING/FELLOWSHIP:

 

01 July, 1991 – 25 June, 1992                  Research Fellow in General Surgery- Surgical

                                                                 Education and 6 months experience in

                                                                 laparoscopic        cholecystectomy, University of 

                                                                 Toronto, Canada

 

01 July, 1990 – 30 June, 1991                  Chief Resident and Fifth Year Surgical Resident

                                                                        University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

 

01 July, 19889 – 30 June, 1990                Fourth Year Surgical Resident

                                                                        University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

 

01 July, 1988 – 30 June, 1989                  Third Year Surgical Resident

                                                                        University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

 

01 July, 1987 – 30 June, 1988                  Second Year Surgical Resident

                                                                        McMaster University, Ontario, Canada

 

01 July, 1986 – 30 June, 1987                  First Year Surgical Resident

                                                                        University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada

 

01 April, 1986 – 30 June, 1986                 Research Assistant

                                                                        Saint Justine Hospital, University of Montreal,

                                                                        Canada

 

01 Dec. 1985 – 01 March, 1986                Resident Surgeon, College of Medicine

                                                                        King Saud University, Abha, Saudi Arabia

 

July 1984 – June 1985                               Internship, King Khalid University Hospital,

                                                                        Riyadh, KSA, Evaluation = Excellent

 

 

 

V.  ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS and DIPLOMAS:

  

 

24 November, 2000                              Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery, Strasbourg,                                                                                     France

 

26 October, 2000                                  Fellow of the American College of Surgeons                                                                            (FACS)

 

25 October, 2000                                  Bachelor in Principles of Islamic Religion, 

Al-Sunnah and its Sciences Division (part time),

King Khalid University, Abha, Saudi Arabia

 

16 May, 1996                                         Certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support                                                                                     (ACLS) Saudi Heart Association – American                                                                             Heart Association

 

May 1992                                               Certification in Advanced Trauma Life Support                                                                                     (ATLS) American College of Surgeons

 

 

25 June, 1992                                    Fellow Surgical Research & Surgical Education

                                                           Department of Surgery, University of Toronto

 

 

25 November, 1992                              Master of Medical Education, University of  

                                                           Toronto, Canada

 

13 December, 1991                              Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of                                                                               Canada (FRCSC)

 

13 November, 1991                              Specialist Certificate in Surgery

                                                                 Royal College of Surgeons of Canada

 

February, 1985                                      Canadian Medical Council Certificate (CMCC)

 

June, 1984                                             Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine & Surgery (MBBS)

 

 

 

VI.   AWARD & PRIZES:

 

 

16 October, 2000                                  Best Tutor, King Fahad National Guard Hospital,

                                                                 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

 

June, 1998                                             Teacher of the Year, College of Medicine

                                                                 King Saud University, Abha, Saudi Arabia

 

 

VII. TEACHING EXPERIENCE – UNIVERSITY LEVEL:

 

 

December 1995 – Present                  Educator:  Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)

            Program, Saudi Arabia Chapter

 

July 1992 – Present                             Resident Doctors:  Teaching operating   techniques, Bedside teaching, Intensive care unit         management, and Ward rounds

 

July 1992 – December 1998              Nurses and Student Nurses:  Intensive Care Unit

            Teaching and Management

 

July 1991 – Present                             Medical Students:  Conducting ward rounds,    teaching rounds, formal lectures, bedside     teaching and tutorials

 

VIII. CLINICAL DUTIES:

 

1.   Day-to-day patients’ care

 

2.  Consultations from other departments

 

3.  Night time hospital coverage while on-call duty

 

4.  Outpatient clinics twice weekly

 

5.  Elective and emergency operations

 

6.   Performing upper and lower G.I. Endoscopy, Diagnostic and Therapeutic ERCP.

 

 

 

 

 

 

IX.          CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION (CME):

  

 

1.      ATLS Coordinators, Directors, Educators Workshop, Chicago, July 12-13, 2002.

 

2.      Bariatric and Colorectal Surgery Course, sponsored by Johnson & Johnson – Ethicon Group. Hamburg, Germany, July 16-17, 2002.

 

3.      American college of surgeons spring meeting. Toronto – Canada, April 22-25,

 

4.      Society of the American Gastroenterolgy Surgeons (SAGES) meeting. St. Louis, USA, April 18-21, 2001. 

 

5.      Common Bile Duct Laparoscopic exploration course, St.Louis, USA. 18 April 2001

 

6.      International Gastroenterolgy and General Surgery meeting, Military Hospital, Jeddah, KSA, March 19-22, 2001. ( Presenting a paper )

 

7.      Medical and Surgical treatment of thyroid disorders in the kingdom of  Saudi Arabia. King Faisal Specialist Hospital, Riyadh, KSA, February 12-14, 2001.

 

8.      Intensive Course in Laparoscopic Surgery, Strasbourg, France, Nov. 20-24, 2000

 

9.      Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery Course, Strasbourg, France, May 2000

 

10.   International Hepato Pancreatico Biliary  Surgery  Conference,  Al Hada and Taif      

Armed Forces Hospitals Program,  Taif,  Saudi Arabia,  24 – 27 April, 2000.

     ( presenting a paper )

 

11.   American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress, Orlando,  Oct. 1998

 

12.   Intl. Symposium on Laser and Minimal Invasive Surgery. Armed Forces Hospital

     Programme, Khamis Mushayt, Saudi Arabia. 30 September – 03 October, 1996

 

13.   5th Asir Surgical Conference, King Saud University, College of Medicine and Asir Central Hospital, Directorate of Health, Abha, Saudi Arabia – 27-28 April, 1994

 

14.   1st Annual Symposium on Trauma and Burns, The Joint Board for Postgraduate Medical Education, King Fahad Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – 2-4 May, 1993

 

15.   4th Asir Surgical Conference, King Saud University, College of Medicine and Asir Central Hospital, Directorate of Health, Abha, Saudi Arabia – April 1993

 

16.   53rd Postgraduate Course of Laparoscopic Surgery, Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures (Hernia, Colorectal), University of Cottingen, Germany – 23-27 Aug. 1993

 

17.   American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Progress, San Francisco, California,     USA – October 1993

 

18.   Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Course, American College of Surgeons,  Toronto, Ontario, Canada – May 1992

 

19.   Refreshing Course in General Surgery, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada – April 1992

 

20.   General Surgery Review Course, Harvard University, Boston, USA – November 1991

 

21.   General Surgery Review Course, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, USA – September 1991

 

22.   Trauma & Critical Care Conference, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA – June 1990

 

23.   Refreshing Course in General Surgery , University of Toronto, Canada – April 1990

 

24.   American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Progress, San Francisco, California, USA – October 1989

 

25.   Colorectal Surgery Annual Conference, University of Minnesota, USA – October 1988

 

26.   Refreshing Course in General Surgery, University of Toronto, Canada – April 1987

 

27.   6th Asia Pacific Congress of Endoscopic Surgery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,

 10-13 September , 2003            

 

28.   6th Asia Pacific Congress of Endoscopic Surgery, Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia

         10 September, 2003

 

29.   Diabetic Foot Symposium, Academic Affairs, King AbdullAziz Medical Complex,

        National Guard Health Affairs, Riyadh, KSA. December 30-31, 2003. (Speaker)

 

30.     The First Scientific Conference on March of Medical Education in Saudi Arabia.

College of Medicine, King Saud University. March 23-24, 2004

  

31.     Workshop in Bioenteric Intragastric Balloon (BIB) System. AlNozhah Medical 

Establishment. Beirut, Lebanon. March 25-26, 2004

     

32.     American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA,  October 16-20 2005

33.     Advanced trauma life support meeting, San Francisco, USA 20-22 October 2005

34.     Instructor course, King Abdullaziz Medical  City, National Guard, Riyadh November 22-23 2005

35.     Colorectal Surgery Course. IRCAD, Strasbourg, France 12-13 November 2005

36.     First Annual General Surgery Symposium. Riyadh, KSA 12-15 February 2006

37.     Obesity Course. IRCAD, Strasbourg, France 13-14 April 2006

38.     Second Saudi Surgical Society Annual Meeting, Riyadh, KSA,  21-22 May 2006

39.     American Society of Bariatric Surgery. San Francisco, USA 12-16 June 2006

40.     Intutive Robotic Surgery . Sunnyville, California, USA August 1-4 2006

41.     SAGES Meeting Fortlauderdell, Florida, USA November 3-6 2006

42.     Minimally Invasive Robotic Association Meeting, New York, USA  January 2-5 2007

43.     Europian Hernia Association Conference. Athens, Greece, 14-17 May 2007

44.     Second Annual General Surgery Symposium, Riyadh, KSA 16-18 February 2007

45.     American Association of Bariatric Surgery. San Diego, USA, 4-8 June 2007

46.     Association of Medical Education of Europe Meeting, Trondhiem, Norway 24-28 August 2007 (Paper presentation)

47.     5th Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference & Workshop. Singapore, 24-27 January 2008 (Poster Presentation)

48.     SAGES Meeting. Philadelphia, USA 12-16 April 2008

49.     SIMEC Meeting. KFMC, Riyadh, KSA  27-30 April 2008 (Paper Presentation)

50.     General Surgery and Surgical Education Meeting. KFSH, Jeddah, KSA 12-14 May 2008 (Paper Presentation)

51.     European Wound Management Association Meeting. Lisbon, Portugal 14-16 May 2008

52.     Third Annual General Surgery Symposium and Workshop. Riyadh, KSA 24-26 May 2008.        

 

 

 

 

      X. RESEARCH CONDUCTED:

 

 

1.    Quality Improvement Data Analysis of a Mass Casualty Event. INJURY (International Journal of the Care of the Injured) 34 (2003) 857-861. First Author    

 

2.    Evaluation of trauma registry data in Asir region. Saudi Medical Journal 2001; Vol.22 (5): 438-443- First Author   

 

3.    An Unusual Presentation of Tuberculus Splenic Abscess. Journal of Family & Community Medicine. Vol. 6, No. 1, July 1999 (Case Report – Single Author)

 

4.    Gastric Volvulus Associate with Traumatic Diaphragmatic Hernia:  A delayed presentation. Annals of Saudi Medicine, Vol. 19, No. 2, 1999. (Case Report – Single Author)

 

5.   Pneumatosis Cystoides Intestinales:  A forgotten Entity. The Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology. Vol. 4, No. 2, May 1998 (Case Report)

 

6.   Hydatid Cyst Disease (Echinococcus Granulosus):  Experience at Asir Central Hospital. The Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology. Vol. 3, No. 3, September ‘97

 

7.   Perforated Doudenal Ulcer in Asir Central Hospital. The Saudi Journal of

Gasteroenterology. Vol. 3, No. 2, May 1997.

 

8.   Colorectal Carcinoma:  Review of 63 cases at Asir Central Hospital. Emirates Medical Journal (1996) 14: 21-26

 

9.   Analysis of 303 Road Traffic Accident Victims Seen Dead on Arrival at Emergency Room – Asir Central Hospital. Journal of Family and Community Medicine. Vol. 3, No. 1, June 1996.

 

10.  Primary Peritonitis Revisited. The Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology, Vol.5, No.2,

 May 1999.

 

11. The Use of  Laparoscopy to Assess Viability of Slipped Content                                                                                          

Incarcerated Inguinal Hernia. Surgical Laparoscopy, Endoscopy & Percutaneous Techniques. Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 292-294. ( First Author) 

 

12. Outpatient Pilonidal Sinotomy complemented with good wound and surrounding

 Skin care. Vol. 26(2): pp. 285-288 (Single Author)

 

       13. Clinicopathological pattern  of malignant parotid gland tumors in Saudi Arabia

             Saudi Medical Journal 2008; Vol. 29 (3): 413-417 (First Author).

   

       14. How to get rid of obesity. Practical steps based on scientific evidence. Book

             Al-Obaikan Library 2008    

 

        15. Trauma Care System in Saudi Arabia. An Agenda for Action. In Press

 

 

     

 
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