Majed Aljohani

MD, Saudi Board of Emergency Medicine (SBEM)
Consultant, Emergency Medicine Dept.,  National Guard Hospital.
Teaching Faculty, EMS College, King Saud University.
Faculty, Disaster Medicine /EMS fellowship, BIDMC Fellowship in Disaster Medicine.
Faculty, Disaster Preparedness Program, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.

Years as a fellow: July 2011 – July 2013 (2 Years)
Special Interest: Hospital Disaster Preparedness, EMS
Fellowship Completed:
a) Harvard Affiliated Fellowship in Disaster Medicine / Emergency Management;
b) EMS Disaster Operations
Current Residing City and Country: Riyadh (Saudi Arabia)

Brief Biography:

Dr Aljohani is an Emergency physician working in National Guard hospital, Riyadh Saudi Arabia. He is adjunct faculty in the EMS College, King Saud University. Additionally he is part of the National Guard mobile hospital task force.
Dr Aljohani was a Disaster Medicine and EMS research fellow for 2 years at Harvard, under the guidance of Dr Gregory Ciottone and many other experts in the Disaster field. He was deployed multiple times with a team of Disaster Medicine experts were they screened and treated many kids affected by the devastating 2010 earthquake. Also, he worked in many projects during his 1 month rotation to the CDC.
Dr Aljohani has many research projects and is an author of the mass gatherings chapter of Ciottone Disaster Medicine books (second edition).