Chapter 2


Current status of linking car accident data with electronic health records in the five big public hospitals in Jordan (Al-Basheer hospital, Jordan University Hospital, King Abdullah the 1st Hospital, Zarqa Government Hospital, and Al-Salt Government Hospital)

Short Description and Focus of Chapter:

Corresponding Author:

Dr. Najeeb M. Al-Shorbaji


Lecturer, Peter L. Reichertz Institute for Medical Informatics of TU Braunschweig and Hannover Medical School, Germany
President, eHealth Development Association, Jordan

Short Biography:

Dr Najeeb Al-Shorbaji is from Jordan. He been working as a lecturer and consultant in eHealth, knowledge management and medical librarianship since March 2017. Prior to that he worked as Vice-President for Knowledge, Research and Ethics at eMarefa since September 2015. He worked as Director of Knowledge, Ethics and Research Department at the World Health Organization (WHO/HQ) between Sep-tember 2008 and August 2015. Between February 1988 and August 2008 he worked as Coordinator for Knowledge Management and Sharing, Regional Advisor for Health and Information and Telecommunication and Information Scien-tist at the WHO Regional Office in Amman, Alexandria and Cairo. He holds a PhD in Information Science since 1986 from United Kingdom. He has published over 200 research papers, book chapters and presentations and attended, presented and delivered keynote addresses in over 160 professional conferences and seminars. Dr Al-Shorbaji is the President of the eHealth Development Association, Jordan, Vice-President of the Jordan Library and Information Association, a lecturer at the PLRI Institute of Medical Informatics at TUB, Germany and is a Fellow of the International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics. He is a member of a number of national, regio-nal and international scientific associations and commit-tees. He is editor and peer reviewer of a number of speciali-zed scientific journals.
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