International Advisory Board


Daifallah M. Razeeni Al-Mutairi, PhD, EMT-P

Presently working as Vice dean for Academic Affairs and Assistant Professor Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz College for Emergency Medical Services, King Saud University, Riyadh. An elected president of the Saudi Association of Emergency Medical Society (SAEMS), Saudi Arabia. Visiting Assistant Professor at Public Health Department, School of applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh.

Completed the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at the University of Essex, the United Kingdom, Master of Science, at the University of Pittsburgh, the United States. Paramedic Diploma, A 2-years accredited course to be part of a Bachelor degree in EMS at the Center for Emergency Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, the United States.

Publications: On-Line Medical Direction (OLMD) occurrence in non-transported Emergency Medical Service (EMS) calls in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Differences Between EMS Stations In Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Regarding Reasons, Response Time And In-Field Time Of Non-Transported Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Calls; M-Learning In EMS Education - Saudi Arabia Perspective; and Saudi EMS Students' Perception Of And Attitudes Toward Their Preparedness For Disaster Management.

Ahed Al Najjar

Ahed Al Najjar

Ahed Al Najjar is a Lifesaving Emergency Cardiovascular Specialist, Emergency Medical Services Consultant, Business savvy Product Manager and Brand Strategist. Championed different mission to free the world of cardiovascular disease and incurs the knowledge of EMS with a deep expertise in people compassionate turnarounds, an advocate in pre hospital care management, building sustainable business models and driving high performance cultures globally (Middle East, Asia, , Africa, Europe & US). Proven proficiency in planning and executing national international strategic and tactical successes within a broad range of business and nonprofit environments. Recognized for growing organizations nationally and internationally.

He is a great educator and a passionate teacher and has played a key role in furthering CPR and Emergency Medical Services Training throughout the world. Ahed Al Najjar has held successful leadership and consultant roles viz. Dubai Health Authority, United Nations - UNOPS, International SOS, Society for Simulation in Healthcare -SSH, James Cook University, Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company.

Currently Reviewer and Author Editorial Publications: Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS) International Editorial Board Member and Medicine Journal, Medicine - Wolters Kluwer Health. American Heart Association Fellow & International Mentor of Council of Basic Cardiovascular Science and Regional Faculty MENA.

Kenneth D'Alessandro

Kenneth D'Alessandro, BS Ed., M.S. EMS

Experienced Emergency Medical Services professional with a demonstrated history of working in the public safety industry. Skilled in Disaster Planning and Management, Government Relations, EmergencyManagement, Emergency Medical Education, and Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Strong community andsocial services professional with a Master of Science (MS) focused in Emergency Medical Services Leadershipfrom Creighton University.

MENA representative responsible for implementation of Jones & Bartlett Public Safety Group training materials in the region. Oversee distribution network, assist clients in developing EMS and Fire related programming, support product implementation, and develop foreign language translations of training materials. NAEMT Regional Affiliate Faculty working to develop NAMET certified training centers in the region.

Frontier Emergency Services Consulting Group specializes in program development and implementation forpublic, private and governmental sectors working in the area of public and industrial safety. Frontier is theauthorized agent for Jones and Bartlett Public Safety Group in MENA. Handle instructorscheduling, lab coordination and administrative duties associated with the program. Participate in theinstructional activities including ACLS, PALS, BLS, BTLS.