Southeastern Louisiana University, United States
Dell Mars is no stranger with Global Episteme Organization, in which she served as a keynote speaker at previous event. She is employed as an assistant professor of nursing at Southeastern Louisiana University, USA. Her teaching responsibilities include Advanced Concepts in Nursing Practice Lab, a preceptor ship course for graduating seniors and course coordinator of Professional Nursing: Transitions & Trends. As a mentor with the American Nurses Association Mentorship Program, She provides guidance and support for graduate nursing students. She disseminates information relevant to nursing through publications in refereed professional nursing journals and presentations. She served as Recording Secretary on the Baton Rouge District Nurses Association Board and currently serve as the Governance Chair of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society, Rho Zeta Chapter, USA.
Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Yasmin Ramos C worked as a nurse in direct care since 2006 as a BSN and supervisor, then in 2009 was recruited for the University of Costa Rica to be a professor for the courses of Integral Care for the Elderly and Health Management. In 2011 was recruited by the Universidad Latina de Costa Rica and became the first Simulation Lab Coordinator of the region, with the responsabilty of create and development the first and biggest Simulation Center in Central América and became the only CHSE in Centralamerica, Mexico and the Caribbean. In 2018 became an asesor in Clinical Simulation and teaching-learning methodology in higher education and international lecturer, helping other institution in creation, development and evaluation of Simulation Centers and Healthcare Sciense curriculums. She is winner of the Educational Leader Award in 2018, winner of the National Nursing Investigation and Estelia Marin Award in 2019. International Lecturer for countries as Bolivia, Perú, México, Ecuador, Puerto Rico, Honduras, Panama and Colombia.
University in Split, Croatia
Sinisa Franjic lives in Osijek, Croatia. Primary and two secondary schools ended in Osijek, and graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Split. Thesis entitled "Legal aspects of information systems" was defended Summa Cum Laude and he became LLM of Law. Since 1992., he work as a journalist - freelance contributor to the first Radio Osijek of HRT (Croatian Radio Television), and then something shorter, among other media, he work for HTV - TV center Osijek, weekly "Školske novine (School Newspaper)“ and the monthly "Super Kino Video (Super Cinema Video)". In the academic year 2009./2010., Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Osijek (today Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek) he was appointed of part time assistant on the course "Computer Criminality". With Computer Criminality, he is studying a Medical Law and a few other legal disciplines. In Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Osijek he was participated in teaching of the courses "Computer Criminality" and "Legal Regulations in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science" and in the Faculty of Medicine in Osijek he participated in teaching of the courses "Social and Health Legislation" and "Medicine and Health Law". The successful defense of the doctoral dissertation on the topic from criminal law called "The Criminal Justice and Forensic Aspects of Computer Criminality", he received a PhD degree from the Faculty of Law of the International University of Brcko District in Brcko, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Research Interest: Medical law, Health law, Criminal law, Forensics, Criminalistics, Computer criminality, Criminal procedure, Copyright law, Energy law, Trade law.
Jackson State University, United States
Mustafa ‘Mike’ Z Younis is an internationally recognized scholar at Jackson State University, Mississippi, USA. He served as a member of the Executive Committee of the International Society for Research of Healthcare Financial Management. He has authored and published over 200 articles, abstracts and presentations in refereed journals and meetings, and has presented at national and international conferences. He’s coauthored articles appeared in leading journals such as “Nature” “the Lancet” and “JAMA” and European Journal of Health Economics. He has administrative experience as Chair of the Department of Health Policy and Management at Florida International University (FL, USA), where he led the accreditation efforts for the Healthcare Management Program & Senior Advisor to the President of Zirve University.