Hossein Saidi

Location: Iran

He was born in 1967 in Tehran, Iran. He was graduated from Iran University of Medical Sciences in 1993, as a General Practitioner. He completed a 4-year course of pediatrics specialty, and became a member of the faculty of medicine in 2000, as a pediatrician.  In 2001 he was accepted for  a  6-mount course as an executive fellowship on Emergency Medicine in George Washington University , and Pennsylvania State University.  He is one of nine Physicians who have established the academic Emergency Medicine in  the Islamic Republic of Iran. He is interested in Hyperbaric medicine,Trauma, Toxicology and Pediatrics and has worked on a pressure chamber for about 3 years. He has wrote a book about toxicology with special focus on Iran herbal agents.

In 2008, he became the instructor and director of the Primary Trauma Care (PTC). During  the last 3 years he has been running the PTC programs all over the country for more than 3000 general practitioners as well as the practitioners with specialties related to trauma .

He is  now an  Associated Professor of Emergency  Medicine in Tehran University of Medical Sciences.

Gold Honour

This award recognises that the individual has organised at least 4 PTC Course cascades and has trained at least 10 instructors.

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