Organizing Committee Members

Kalliopi Megari

University of Ioannina, Greece

Dr. Kalliopi Megari is an experienced psychologist working in the hospital & health care industry. She is an adjunct lecturer at University of Ioannina in Greece. Skilled in Clinical Neuropsychology, Clinical Research and Learning Disabilities. Graduated from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and attended further education from University of Macedonia, in people with special needs and disabilities. She holds undergraduate degrees in Nursing and Psychology, as well as a Master’s and a PhD in Neuropsychology from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She has many years of experience working with chronic disease patients as well as with people with disabilities. Her work has earned her many prestigious international awards. She has given lectures at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, University of Warsaw and Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Oslo. She is postdoctoral researcher doing her research in post-operative cognitive dysfunction of cardiac surgery patients. She is the Global Engagement Representative of SLC and member of Global Membership Committee of International Neuropsychological Society, secretary general and member of the Ethics Committee of Hellenic Neuropsychological Society.


Hitit University, Turkey

She is still Associate Professor at Hitit University. Ayhan BABARO?LU, who continues her academic life as an academician, is the Head of Child Development Department at the faculty of Health Sciences of the University. BABARO?LU, who has international and national studies, has theoretical and practical studies and courses on Child Psychology and Mental Health, Child and Adolescent Psychology, Psychopathology in Childhood and Adolescence, Special Education, Parent Education, Women's Issues, Women's Education and Employment.

Mustafa Z Younis

Jackson State University, USA

Mustafa Mike Z Younis is an internationally recognized scholar at Jackson State University, Mississippi, USA. Dr. Younis served as a member of the Executive Committee of the International Society for Research of Healthcare Financial Management. Dr. Younis has authored and published over 200 articles, abstracts and presentations in refereed journals and meetings, and has presented at national and international conferences. Dr. Younis’ coauthored articles appeared in leading journals such as “Nature” “the Lancet” and “JAMA” and European Journal of Health Economics.Dr. Younis 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.

Rosnah Sutan

National University of Malaysia, Malaysia

Dr Rosnah Sutan is an Associate Professor at the Medical Faculty National University of Malaysia (UKMMC). Her primary area of expertise is Family Health Physician and her research interest is public health related to reproductive health, maternal care, and perinatal health. Her PHD dissertation was on the determinant of unexplained stillbirth. Her teaching career spans over 15 years. She has initiates psychosocial support group for perinatal bereavement couple in UKMMC and works with families who have suffered late loss of a baby. Her research team has collaborated with Perinatal Institute of United Kingdom for using customized growth chart (GROW apps) in preventing stillbirth and early identification of intrauterine growth restriction management in UKMMC. Currently, she has initiated a research in digitalization of maternal health information system with artificial intelligence Company in promoting mother’s empowerment and monitoring to provide quality data for evidence based. She has strong background in health service research related to primary care setting especially on health seeking behaviour and social determinant of health. She has published several articles related to maternal and child health care and perinatal bereavement. She has also led many workshops in Malaysia on maternal and neonatal health monitoring and evaluation with collaboration of University of Aberdeen (IMMPACT) to strengthen MCH services planning using logframe matrix analysis framework.