Dr. Abdullah Alabdali

Dr. Abdullah Alabdali

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  Dr. Abdullah Alabdali is a PhD holder in Health Sciences; Inter-facility critical care transfers. He joined to the EMS department since 2010 as a lecturer. He was the internship coordinator from 2011-2013. Currently, Dr. Alabdali is an assistant professor and EMS program director. Dr. Alabdali is a member of many national and international EMS committees and organizations.

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2004 Associate degree in Hospital administration –Medical record - Institute of Public Administration, Riyadh
2009 Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medical Services, Creighton University, Omaha, NE United States of America
2011 Master of Science in Emergency Health Services- Administration, planning and policy, University of Maryland-Baltimore County, MD United States of America County
2017 PhD in Health Sciences; Inter-facility critical care transfers, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom

  • Working at King Saud Bin Abdulaziz university for health sciences as an assistant professor from 01/2010
  • Critical care paramedic at King Abdulaziz medical city- National guard health affairs, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia since November 2011
  • Participated in Haj mission, Makkah, Saudi Arabia as paramedic-Mena aljasr hospital -2011
  • Participated in Haj mission, Makkah, Saudi Arabia as paramedic supervisor-Mena aljasr hospital -2012
  • Volunteered paramedic with Saudi Red Crescent Authority since 2009
  • Volunteered paramedic with Saudi Red Crescent Authority since 2009
  • EMS internship coordinator at King Saud Bin Abdulaziz university for health sciences Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 02/2011 to 11/2013

    • Alabdali, A., Fisher, J.D., Trivedy, C. & Lilford, R.J. (2017) A Systematic Review of the Prevalence and Types of Adverse Events in Interfacility Critical Care Transfers by Paramedics. Air Medical Journal, 36 (3): 116-121.
    • Alabdali, A., Trivedy, C., Aljerian, N., Kimani, P. & Lilford, R.J. (2017) Incidence and predictors of adverse events and outcomes for adult critically-ill patients transferred by paramedics to a tertiary care medical facility. Journal of Health Specialties.
    • Alabdali, A., Trivedy, C., Aljerian, N., Kimani, P. & Lilford, R.J. (2017) Poster presentation “Incidence and predictors of adverse events and outcomes for adult critically-ill patients transferred by paramedics to a tertiary care medical facility”. Retrieval conference, Glasgow.
    • Alabdali, A., Trivedy, C., Aljerian, N., Kimani, P. & Lilford, R. J. (2017) Poster presentation “In hospital mortality and 30-days survival in paramedic model versus physician model in interfacility transfer of critically-ill adult patient in Saudi Arabia”. Retrieval conference, Glasgow.

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