Dr. Dari Alhuwail

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About

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Dr. Dari Alhuwail
Assistant Professor
Department of Information Science
College of Computing Sciences and Engineering
Kuwait University
Phone: +96524633274
email: dari[dot]alhuwail[at]ku.edu.kw

Short Biography
Dr Alhuwail is the co-founder of the Kuwait Health Informatics Network and an Assistant Professor at the Information Science department in the College of Computing Sciences and Engineering, Kuwait University. He also serves as a Health Informatics Consultant at Dasman Diabetes Institute and an Adjunct Faculty member at the College of Medicine at the University of Dundee, supervising graduate students in health informatics. Dr. Alhuwail obtained his Ph.D. in Information Systems with a specializing in Health Informatics from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and an MSc from the University of Arizona. Prior to and during his doctoral work, he spent 10 years working in industry and in various labs around the world.

CV

Education

  • Ph.D. Information Systems – Health Informatics University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2016.
  • M.S. Management Information Systems, University of Arizona, 2007.
  • B.S.B.A. Management Information Systems with Honors, University of Arizona, 2006.
  • B.S.B.A. Entrepreneurship with Honors, University of Arizona, 2006.
  • B.S.B.A. Operations Management, University of Arizona, 2006.

Professional Development and Fellowships

  • Fellow, Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering, and Medicine – The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, Medicine, Kuwait, 2018.
  • Research Fellow, London School of Economics, 2018.
  • Research Publication Workshop, University of California Berkley, Kuwait, 2017.
  • Train-the-Trainer; Teaching Excellence Workshop, University of California Berkley, San Fransisco, 2017.
  • Teaching Excellence Workshop, University of California Berkley, Kuwait, 2017.
  • VIVA Telecom Small to Big Entrepreneurship Training Program, 2012.
  • Thukhur National Leadership Development Program, 2012.
  • Division of Clinical Informatics (BIDMC), Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians, 2010.

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Information Science, College of
    Computing Sciences and Engineering, Kuwait University, 2016 –
    Present.
  • Honorary Lecturer – Informatics, Kuwait Scotland Health Innovation Network, College of Medicine, University
    of Dundee, 2016 –
    Present.
  • Lab Manager, Health IT Lab, University of Maryland, Baltimore
    County, 2013 – 2016.
  • Teaching Assistant, Department of Information Science, College
    of Computing Sciences and Engineering, Kuwait University, 2012.
  • Partner, Burger Flipper and Operations Manager, Hashtag Burgers, Kuwait, 2011 – 2013.
  • Systems Engineer (IT), Dasman Diabetes Institute, 2010 – 2012.
  • Assistant Software Engineer, Ministry of Health, 2009 – 2010.
  • Kuwait for Kenya (K4K) Co-founder, past president and alumni advisor, Lothan Youth Achievement Center, 2008 – 2012.

Community Service

  • Member, Kuwait GIS User Group (KGUG), 2017 – Present.
  • Founder, Kuwait Health Informatics Network, 2014 – Present.
  • Member, American Health Informatics Association, 2012 – Present.
  • International Relations Officer, Kuwait Dive Team, 2008 – Present.
  • Accessibility Volunteer Sailor and Mate, Downtown Sailing Center (USA), 2012 – 2016.
  • Graduate Students Committee, National Union of Kuwaiti Students (USA), 2013 – 2015.
  • Board Member, National Union of Kuwaiti Students (USA), 2012 – 2013.
  • IT Consultant, Bayt Abdulla Children Hospice, 2010 – 2014.
  • Youth Leader, Systems Advisor and Kuwait 4 Kenya Co-Founder, Lothan Youth Achievement Center, 2008 – 2012.

Associations

  • American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), USA.
  • American Middle Eastern Network for Dialogue at Stanford University (AMENDS), USA.
  • American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), USA.
  • Arizona Blue Chip Program, USA.
  • Delta Sigma Pi International Professional Business Fraternity, USA.
  • Golden Key International Honor Society, USA.
  • Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), USA.
  • Helicopter Rescue and Response Association (HRRA), USA.
  • International Medical Informatics Association, Switzerland.
  • Institute of Electrical Engineers and Electronics (IEEE), USA.
  • Kuwait Dive Team, The Environmental Voluntary Foundation, Kuwait.
  • Kuwaiti Student Association - University of Arizona, USA.
  • Kuwait Information Technology Society, Kuwait.
  • Kuwait Red Crescent Society, Kuwait.
  • Kuwait Transparency Society, Kuwait.
  • Kuwait Health Initiative, Kuwait.
  • Lothan Youth Achievement Center, Kuwait.
  • Maryland Flight Paramedics Association, USA.
  • Management Information Systems Graduate Association - University of Arizona, USA.
  • National Union of Kuwait Students, USA.
  • Students for International Change, Tanzania.
  • Sigma Alpha Lambda, USA.
  • Thukhur - National Program to Develop Future Promising Leaders, Kuwait.
  • WYSE International, Italy.

Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services

  • Water Rescue Captain, Middle River Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company, 2016 – 2017.
  • Rescue Lieutenant, Firefighter/NREMT, Middle River Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue, 2012 – Present.
  • Firefighter II/NREMT, Lansdowne Volunteer Fire Company, 2015 – Present.
  • Swiftwater Rescue Technician, Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company, 2015 – Present.
  • Rescue Diver, Firefighter/NREMT, Prince George's County Fire and Marine Rescue Department, 2015 – Present.
  • Firefighter II/NREMT, Jessup Volunteer Fire Department, 2015 – Present.
  • Firefighter II/NREMT, Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company, 2012 – 2016.

Awards

  • Outstanding Achievement Award – "Monjiz – Ministry of State for Youth Affairs, 2017.
  • Outstanding Research Podium Award - Nursing Informatics Research Award – University of Maryland - School of Nursing, Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics (SINI), 2016.
  • Outstanding Research Poster Award - Nursing Informatics Research Award – University of Maryland - School of Nursing, Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics (SINI), 2016.
  • Outstanding Research Poster Award - Nursing Informatics Research Award – University of Maryland - School of Nursing, Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics (SINI), 2015.
  • Rescuer of the Year – Middle River Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue, U.S. Congress, and U.S. Senate, 2015.
  • Rookie of the Year – Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company, 2015.
  • Top Training Hours – Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company, 2015.
  • Building Relationships Award – Thukhur National Leadership Development Program, 2012.
  • Volunteer Appreciation Award – Spread the Passion Volunteers, 2010.
  • Top Graduating U.S.A. Scholars Award – Kuwait's Ministry of Higher Education, 2008.
  • Dean of Students Award Finalist – University of Arizona, 2006.


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Scholarly Activities

Publications

Journal Papers

  1. Salmean Y, Alhuwail D.Consumption Patterns of Dietary Supplements and Information Seeking Behaviours in the Youth: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Food and Nutrition Research.2018; 6(11):694-698. DOI: https://10.12691/jfnr-6-11-3
  2. Alhuwail D, Abduo H, Alqabandi N, Abu-Ghefreh A, Dawwas B, Halawa N. Engagement and Usage Patterns of a Diabetes Education Website Tailored for Arabic Speakers: A Case Study of a Diabetes Website. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet. 2018; 22(4): 337-351. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/15398285.2018.1547088
  3. Abdulsalam Y, Alhuwail D, Schneller E. Adopting Identification Standards in the Medical Device Supply Chain.International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management. 2018; Accepted: In-Press.
  4. Alhuwail D, AlMeraj Z, Boujarwah F. Evaluating Hospital Websites in Kuwait to Improve Consumer Engagement and Access to Health Information: A Cross-Sectional Analytical Study. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making. 2018; 18:82. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12911-018-0660-4
  5. Koru G. Alhuwail D, Jademi O, Uchidiuno U, Rosati R. Technology Innovations for Better Fall-Risk Management in Home
    Care: Directions Emerging from a Qualitative Analysis of Fall Incident Reports. Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 2018 Jul 1; 44(7):15-20. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3928/00989134-20180412-01
  6. Koru G, Parameshwarappa P, Alhuwail D, Aifan A. Facilitating Focused Process Improvement Efforts in Home Health Agencies to Improve Utilization Outcomes Effectively and Efficiently. Home Healthcare
    Management and Practice. 2018; 30:3. doi: DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/1084822317754190
  7. Koru G. Alhuwail D, Jademi O, Uchidiuno U, Rosati
    R. Technology Innovations for Better Fall-Risk Management in Home
    Care: Directions Emerging from a Qualitative Analysis of Fall
    Incident Reports. Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 2017; Accepted: In-Press.
  8. Alhuwail D, Koru G, Nahm ES. How Can Home Care Patients and
    their Caregivers Better Manage Fall Risks by Leveraging Information
    Technology. Journal of Patient Experience. 2017; 3(4): 137-144. DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/2374373517690286
  9. Alhuwail D, Koru G, Mills ME. Supporting the Information Domains of Fall-Risk Management in Home Care via Health Information Technology. Home Health Care Services Quarterly. 2017; 35(3-4): 155-171. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/01621424.2016.1264340
  10. Alhuwail D. Diabetes Applications for Arabic Speakers: A Critical Review of Available Apps for Android and iOS Operated Smartphones. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 2016;225:587-91. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-658-3-587
  11. Peltonen LM, Alhuwail D, Ali S, Badger MK, Eler GJ, Georgsson M, Islam T, Jeon E, Jung H, Kuo CH, Lewis A, Pruinelli L, Ronquillo C, Sarmiento RF, Sommer J, Tayaben JL, Topaz M. Current Trends in Nursing Informatics: Results of an International Survey. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 2016;225:938-9. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-658-3-938
  12. Peltonen LM, Topaz M, Ronquillo C, Pruinelli L, Sarmiento RF, Badger MK, Ali S, Lewis A, Georgsson M, Jeon E, Tayaben JL, Kuo CH, Islam T, Sommer J, Jung H, Eler GJ, Alhuwail D. Nursing Informatics Research Priorities for the Future: Recommendations from an International Survey. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 2016;225:222-6. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-658-3-222
  13. Topaz M, Ronquillo C, Peltonen LM, Pruinelli L, Sarmiento RF, Badger MK, Ali S, Lewis A, Georgsson M, Jeon E, Tayaben JL, Kuo CH, Islam T, Sommer J, Jung H, Eler GJ, Alhuwail D. Advancing Nursing Informatics in the Next Decade: Recommendations from an International Survey. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 2016;225:123-7. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-658-3-123
  14. Alhuwail D, Koru G.
    Leveraging health information technology for fall-risk management in
    home care: A qualitative exploration of clinicians’ perspectives.
    Home Health Care Management & Practice. 2016 Apr;In press:Accepted. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1084822316640266
  15. Alhuwail D, Koru G.
    Identifying home care clinicians' information needs for managing fall
    risks.
    Applied Clinical Informatics. 2016;7(2):211-226. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4338/ACI-2015-11-RA-0160
  16. Koru G, Alhuwail D, Topaz M, Norcio A, Mills ME.
    Investigating the challenges and opportunities in home care to
    facilitate effective information technology adoption.
    Journal of the American Medical Directors Association.
    2016;17:53-58. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jamda.2015.10.008
  17. Koru G, Alhuwail D, Aifan A.
    Realizing the benefits of home care data: Identifying home care
    clinical practices most associated with hospital readmissions and
    non-admitted ER visit rates.
    Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 2015 Oct;33(10):434. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/01.NCN.0000472821.89957.98
  18. Koru G, Alhuwail D, Rosati RJ.
    Identifying the key performance improvement domains for home health
    agencies.
    SAGE Open Medicine. 2015;3. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/2050312115621924
  19. Alhuwail D, Barnes R.
    Diabetes care in the age of informatics: Kuwait-Scotland Health
    Innovation Network.
    In: Proceedings of the Second Kuwait Conference on e-Services and
    e-Systems. KCESS '11. New York, NY: ACM; 2011. p. 16:1-16:7. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2107556.2107572
  20. Alhuwail D.
    Review of handheld applications for healthcare.
    In: Proceedings of the First Kuwait Conference on e-Services and
    e-Systems. eConf '09. New York, NY: ACM; 2009. p. 13:1-13:4. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/1836029.1836042

Peer-Reviewed Proceedings and Scientific Meetings

  1. AlMeraj Z, Alhuwail D, Boujarwah F. Evaluation of Nine Hospital Websites in Kuwait According to Accessibility, Content, Presence and Usability. In: Kuwait University Scientific Research Poster Day. Kuwait City,

Kuwait; 2018.

  1. Alhuwail D, Abdulsalam Y. Seeking Health Information Online in Kuwait: An Exploratory Study. In: Kuwait University Scientific Research Poster Day. Kuwait City,

Kuwait; 2018.

  1. Abdulsalam Y, Alhuwail D, Schneller E. Adopting Identification
    Standards in the Medical Devices Supply Chain. In: Kuwait University Scientific Research Poster Day. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2018.
  2. Boujarwah F, AlMeraj Z, Alhuwail D. What Do Users Want? Preliminary Analysis of User Expectations of Hospital Websites in the State of Kuwait. In: The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing
    Systems – W27: Exploring Participatory Design Methods to Engage
    with Arab Communities. Montreal, Canada; 2018.
  3. Alhuwail D, Norcio AF. Updates on Information Technology and Systems in
    the Fire Service. In: Fifth International Fire and Safety Conference
    and Exhibition. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2018.
  4. Alhuwail D, Wake D, Barnes R, Alkandari H, Badawi D,
    Shaltout A. Reporting on the Use of mHealth and Novel Health IT
    tools for the Development of the Childhood Onset Diabetes eRegistry
    (CODeR) in the State of Kuwait. In: Second International
    Computing Sciences and Engineering Conference. Kuwait City,
    Kuwait; 2018.
  5. Boujarwah F, Alhuwail D, AlMeraj Z. Cross-Sectional Evaluation of
    Hospital Websites in Kuwait. In: Second International Computing Sciences
    and Engineering Conference. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2018.
  6. Alhuwail D. Leveraging Health Informatics for Better Health Care: Challenges and Opportunities in the State of Kuwait. In: International Kuwait Health Information Conference. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2017.
  7. Alhuwail D, Aljalahma H, Abduo H, Abu-Ghefreh A, Halawa
    N, Dawwas B, Alqabandi N, Al Qersh M. Assessing the Usage Patterns
    of a Diabetes Education Website Available for Arabic Speakers:
    Insights and Recommendations. In: IDF 2017: International
    Diabetes Federation Congress. Abu Dhabi, UAE; 2017.
  8. Alhuwail D. Utilizing Information Technology to Improve
    Patient Safety while Engaging Patients in Care: Opportunities for
    the State of Kuwait. In: Kuwait Conference on Quality in Healthcare. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2017.
  9. Alhuwail D, Koru G. Challenges and Opportunities of Leveraging
    Exergames at Home for Diabetes Management: An Exploratory Study
    from Kuwait. In: H3IT 2017: Home Healthcare and Hospice
    Information Technology Conference. Washington - D.C.; 2017.
  10. Alhuwail D, Callaghan-Koru J, Braunschweig B, Koru G. Engaging
    Home Care Patients and Caregivers for Better Fall Risk Management:
    Challenges, Opportunities, and Leveraging Information
    Technology. In: H3IT 206: Home Healthcare and Hospice Information
    Technology Conference. Chicago, IL; 2016.
  11. Alhuwail D, Koru G. Investigating how health IT solutions
    responded to information needs for fall-risk management: A case
    study. In: American Medical Informatics Association Annual
    Conference. Chicago, IL; 2016.
  12. Jademi O, Uchidiuno U, Alhuwail D, Koru G. Informing the
    requirements for IT-based fall risk management solutions in home
    health care. In: American Medical Informatics Association Annual
    Conference. Chicago, IL; 2016.
  13. Alhuwail D, Koru G. Identifying Home Care Clinicians’ Information Needs to Achieve Better Care Coordination in Fall Risk Management. In: Summer Intitute for Nursing Informatics. Baltimore, MD; 2016.
  14. Uchidiuno U, Koru G, Parameshwarappa P, Alhuwail D.
    Leveraging Data Analytics to Investigate the Relationship Between
    Patient Demographic and Falls in Home Care.
    In: Summer Intitute for Nursing Informatics. Baltimore, MD; 2016.
  15. Alhuwail D, Koru G.
    Identifying Home Care Clinical Practices Most Associated with
    Hospital Readmissions and Non-Admitted ER Visit Rates: Secondary Data
    Analysis.
    In: American Medical Informatics Association Annual Conference. San
    Francisco, CA; 2015.
  16. Alhuwail D, Koru G.
    Identifying Home Care Providers’ Information Needs for Managing and
    Reducing Fall Risks.
    In: Home Healthcare and Hospice Information Technology Conference.
    Nashville, TN; 2015.
  17. Koru G, Alhuwail D, Rosati RJ.
    Informing Health IT Adoption Strategies in Home Care Through
    Identifying Key Performance Improvement Domains for Home Health Agencies.
    In: Home Healthcare and Hospice Information Technology Conference.
    Nashville, TN; 2015.
  18. Koru G, Parameshwarappa P, Alhuwail D.
    Leveraging Public Data to Investigate Home Care Quality in Urban and
    Rural America.
    In: Home Healthcare and Hospice Information Technology Conference.
    Nashville, TN; 2015.
  19. Koru G, Parameshwarappa P, Alhuwail D.
    Identifying Home Care Clinical Practices Most Associated with
    Hospital Readmissions and N Rates: Secondary Data Analysis.
    In: The 6th Annual Workshop on Health IT and Economics. Washington,
    DC; 2015.
  20. Koru G, Alhuwail D.
    Realizing the Benefits of Home Health Compare Infrastructure:
    Identifying the Home Care Clinical Practices Most Associated with Hospital
    Readmissions and Non-Admitted ER Visit Rates.
    In: Maryland-National Capital Homecare Association (MNCHA) Annual
    Meeting. Baltimore, MD; 2015.
  21. Koru G, Alhuwail D, Aifan A.
    Realizing the Benefits of Home Care Data: Identifying Home Care
    Clinical Practices Most Associated with Hospital Readmissions and
    Non-Admitted ER Visit Rates.
    In: Summer Institute for Nursing Informatics. Baltimore, MD; 2015.
  22. Alhuwail D, Norcio AF.
    Information Technology and Systems in the Fire Service: A Literature
    Review.
    In: International Conference on Computer Sciences and Engineering.
    Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2015.
  23. Alhuwail D, Koru G, Alaiad A, Norcio AF, Topaz M.
    Health Information Technology Adoption in Home Health: Progress
    Report.
    In: American Medical Informatics Association Annual Conference.
    Washington, DC; 2014.
  24. Koru G, Alhuwail D, Topaz M, Mills ME, Norcio AF.
    Toward Effective and Efficient Health IT Adoption in Home Care.
    In: Home Healthcare and Hospice Information Technology Conference.
    Washington, DC; 2014.
  25. Koru G, Alhuwail D, Mills ME, Topaz M, Norcio AF.
    Health IT Adoption in Home Health Agencies.
    In: Summer Intitute for Nursing Informatics. Baltimore, MD; 2014.
  26. Koru G, Alhuwail D.
    Health IT Adoption in Maryland Home Health Agencies.
    In: Home Health IT Summit. Baltimore, MD; 2014.
  27. Koru G, Norcio AF, Topaz M, Alhuwail D, Antol S, Mills ME.
    On the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Health IT Adoption by Home
    Health Agencies: A Status Report from Ongoing Research.
    In: Summer Institure For Nursing Informatics. Baltimore, MD; 2013.
  28. Shaltout A, Kaldani E, Alhuwail D, Safran C, Feldman H, AlKhuzam A, Kaldani A, Behbehani K.
    ReportWriter: An innovative electronic health record for more
    efficient and enhanced quality of diabetes care.
    In: International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes
    (ISPAD). Miami, FL; 2011.
  29. Shaltout A, Barnes R, Fairley E, Alhuwail D, AlArouj M, Bennakhi A, AlKhawari M, Badawi D, AlKhuzam A, Behbehani K, Morris A.
    Innovation development of eRegistry for Childhood- Onset Diabetes in
    Kuwait.
    In: International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes
    (ISPAD). Miami, FL; 2011.
  30. Wake D, Thangavel A, Barnes R, Alhuwail D, AlKhuzam A, Farran B, Channanath A, AlRefaie F, Morris A, Behbehani K, AlArouj M, Bennakhi A.
    Defining Diabetes in Kuwait: Using informatics to understand and help
    a diabetes population (KSEIN).
    In: International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes
    (ISPAD). Miami, FL; 2011.
  31. Greene A, Shaltout A, Alexander V, Brilliante M, Cunningham S, Fairley E, Halwa N, Alhuwail D, Wake D, Greene S.
    Integrating “Sweet Text” a mobile phone behavioral support
    programme for young people with T1D into clinical service in Kuwait and
    Scotland.
    In: International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes
    (ISPAD). Miami, FL; 2011.

Invited Talks and Presentations

  1. Alhuwail D. The Role of Youth in Volunteering and Global Citizenship. In: Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2019.
  2. Alhuwail D. Health Informatics … Are you ready for the Digital Health Wave?. In: Fifth Annual Conference of the Kuwait Institute for Medical Specialization Current Advances in Residency Education (KIMS-CARE). Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2019.
  3. Alhuwail D. Design Thinking for Healthcare Professionals. In: Kuwait Dental Administration Conference and Exhibition (KDAC2019). Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2019.
  4. Alhuwail D. Trailblazing the Health Informatics Landscape: Research from Kuwait. In: Hamad Bin Khalifa University CSE ICT seminars. Doha, Qatar; 2018.
  5. Alhuwail D. Illuminating Healthcare's Dark Data Islands: Challenges and Opportunities for Big Data in Kuwait. In: 6th Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering, and Medicine Symposium. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2018.
  6. Alhuwail D. FAIR Digital Practices: Guiding Principles for Data Science. In: ISC Monthly Seminar Series. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2018.
  7. Alhuwail D. Design Thinking: App Development for Frail Patients. In: The University of Dundee Medical School Graduate Program – Dasman Diabetes Institute. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2018.
  8. Alhuwail D. Diagnosing Kuwait's Digital Health Maturity: An Overview of Informatics Research in Context. In: Ninewells Hospital and the University of Dundee Medical School. Dundee, United Kingdom; 2018.
  9. Alhuwail D. Kuwait's Digital Health Maturity: Challenges, Opportunities, and Policy Recommendations. In: Middle East Centre, London School of Economics and Political Sciences. London, United Kingdom; 2018.
  10. Alhuwail D. Cybersecurity practices by organizations and professionals in healthcare. In: 5th GCC Healthcare Innovation Congress. Dubai, UAE; 2018.
  11. Alhuwail D. Introduction to Academic Research Methods. In: ClickIT Student Club Workshop Series. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2018.
  12. Alhuwail D. Information Management and Medical Informatics. In: Kuwait Medica 2018 – Biomedical Engineering Workshop. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2018.
  13. Alhuwail D. Applying GIS for Water Well Mapping in Sub-Saharan Africa: Suqya's Story. In: Tenth Kuwait GIS User Conference. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2018.
  14. Alhuwail D. Health Informatics Trends: Essential Knowledge for Clinicians in 21st Century Medicine. In: Fourth Annual Conference of the Kuwait Institute for Medical Specialization Current Advances in Residency Education (KIMS-CARE). Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2018.
  15. Alhuwail D. Health Informatics: An Overview of the Challenges and
    Opportunities in the State of Kuwait. In: Military Medical Complex – North, Medical Services Authority, Kuwait Army. Jahra, Kuwait; 2017.
  16. Alhuwail D. Cybersecurity Threats in Healthcare: Recommendations
    for Kuwait's Leaders. In: The 9th Kuwait Info Security Conference. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2017.
  17. Alhuwail D. Exploring Research Collaboration Opportunities in the College of Computing Sciences and Engineering. In: Department of Computer Science Seminar Series. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2017.
  1. Alhuwail D. Health Informatics: Applications and Opportunities
    for Kuwait’s Healthcare System. In: ISC Monthly Seminar
    Series. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2016.
  2. Alhuwail D. Clinical and Health Informatics: A Roadmap for
    Kuwait. In: Innagural Scientific Health Informatics Symposium –
    Kuwait Health Informatics Network. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2015.
  3. Alhuwail D. Clinical and Health Informatics: Aspirations and Applications for Health care. In: Sirdab Lab. Kuwait City, Kuwait; 2014.

Newspaper Articles

  1. Alhuwail D. Digitizing Kuwait 2035. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2019.
  2. Alhuwail D. Are We Ready for a Knowledge-based Economy. In:
    AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2018.
  3. Alhuwail D. Technology Addiction. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2018.
  4. Alhuwail D. The Flame of Informatics. In: AlQabas
    Newspaper. Kuwait; 2018.
  5. Alhuwail D. More Intelligent Healthcare … Artificially. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2018.
  6. Alhuwail D. Your Electronic Health Records in your Pocket. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2018.
  7. Alhuwail D. Virtual Reality in Amiri Hospital. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2018.
  8. Alhuwail D. Blockchain and its Healthcare Applications. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2018.
  9. Alhuwail D. The Knowledge Economy Revolution. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2017.
  10. Alhuwail D. Free Information from their Captivity. In:
    AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2017.
  11. Alhuwail D. 5-Star Patient Experience. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2017.
  12. Alhuwail D. GIS Applications and Expectations. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2017.
  13. Alhuwail D. Combating Cybercrime – Part 1. In: AlQabas
    Newspaper. Kuwait; 2017.
  14. Alhuwail D. Combating Cybercrime – Part 2. In: AlQabas
    Newspaper. Kuwait; 2017.
  15. Alhuwail D. eGovernment – Part 1. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2017.
  16. Alhuwail D. eGovernment – Part 2. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2017.
  17. Alhuwail D. The Internet-of-Things in Healthcare. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2017.
  18. Alhuwail D. Health Information Exchange. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2016.
  19. Alhuwail D. Health Informatics: Introduction and
    Definition. In: AlQabas Newspaper. Kuwait; 2016.

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