INVITED COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Gina Dimaapi Panganiban has completed her Doctor in Nursing Management from Trinity University of Asia. Philippines year 2014, presently the Dean the College of Nursing. Serve as member of the Council of Deans. Participate in State Seoul National University, South Korea Training of Facilitators for Capacity Building Projects of Community Health Educators in the Philippines” last November 2016. She has contributed the time and motion Research Study at St. Luke’s Medical City Global City. A comparison of work-sampling and time-and- motion techniques for studies in health services research; for nursing attendants as errands. Recommend ways and means of nursing attendant’s efficient functioning towards quality care and patient outcomes

Dr Ramadan AlBlooshi is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Dubai Healthcare City Authority – Regulation (DHCR), an independent regulatory arm of Dubai Healthcare City Authority (DHCA), the governing body of Dubai Healthcare City free zone, a health and wellness destination. 
DHCR is responsible for the licensure of all healthcare professionals and healthcare operators and setting and maintaining international best practice in healthcare delivery and patient care within the world’s largest free zone, occupying more than 26 million square feet in the heart of Dubai. 
Prior to joining in October 2014, Dr Ramadan was the Director of the Health Regulation Department at Dubai Health Authority (DHA). Committed to raising the standards of healthcare delivery, he played an instrumental role in establishing clinical governance in the emirate. He was also tasked with leading medical tourism strategy and setting up policies in healthcare practice in both government and private sectors.

Amelia Afuha’amango Tu’ipulotu’s career spans more than 20 years both in Tonga and Australia across a variety of nursing services. In 2014, she was the first Tongan to win the Alumni Award for Professional Achievement, a prestigious honour award from the University of Sydney, Australia. She is the first Tongan to receive a PhD in Nursing in 2012. Improving the health of the Tongan people is her top priority and Tonga's nurses are at the frontier of strategies to improve communities lifestyles choices and health care. She is a current Member of the Advisory Board of the World Health Organization Collaborating Center (WHO CC), University Technology of Sydney, Australia. She was recently the Chair of the South Pacific Chief Nursing & Midwifery Officers Alliance (SPCNMOA). She is also the current Chair of the Tonga Nurses Regulatory Board. She is also a Board Member of the Tonga Health Promotion Foundation. She has provided her professional expertise to health services, organisations and governments over the years, in three major areas including strategic policy level, innovation and research initiative level. Her particular research interests focus on professional standards issues in nursing and health care delivery. She speaks nationally and internationally on her work and has presented in various regional and international conferences