The HCAC Quality Competition comes in its second round, aiming to support efforts for improvement in quality and patient safety and to celebrate creative ideas with a wide impact that seek to adapt to the permanent change caused by the Covid-19 crisis.
Through the competition, HCAC seeks to shed light on the experiences of accredited institutions and honor their achievements in upholding healthcare quality and patient safety in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Senator The Jordanian Senate
Prof. Dr. Raeda Al-Qutb holds a medical degree from the University of Jordan and a master’s and doctorate in public health from Johns Hopkins University in the United States. Dr. Al-Qutb is currently a professor at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Jordan and she chairs and serves as a member of many international and national councils concerned with public health and development. . Dr. Al-Qutb worked as an advisor to Her Majesty Queen Rania on public health and childhood affairs, director of UNICEF programs in Jordan, a regional advisor to the World Health Organization in reproductive health, and Secretary-General of the National Council for Family Affairs and the Higher Population Council. Dr. Al-Qutb also held the position of Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Jordan and was the first woman and doctor to hold this position in Jordan before she was appointed to the Jordanian Senate.
President of Jordan Medical Association
Dr.Tarawneh currently is the acting President at Jordan Medical Association, the president of Jordan Society of Family Medicine, WHO consultant.
He is Ex-Secretary General of the High Health Council, Ex-General director of PHC, Planning Directorate, NCD, and Medical Training Directorate at MOH.
Board certified in Family Medicine, Diploma in Community Medicine, Diploma in Diabetes from Cardiff University / UK. He has led a number of major projects within MOH. The author of over 25 peer-reviewed publications.
He is a member of: Board of trustees of Royal Health Awareness Society (RHAS), International Advisory Board of Research for Health in Conflict in the MENA region .
Board member of HCAC
Worked over 15 years as a French teacher at the Amman Baccalaureate School.
Filled many leadership roles at Rainbow Toastmasters Club including the position of President and won multiple awards as a speaker.
Hiked with a group of Jordanians to Everest Base Camp to raise funds for the King Hussein Cancer Center to support the treatment of cancer patients.
Helped in holding multiple fundraising events with the Harley Owners Group to raise funds for the King Hussein Cancer Foundation to support cancer patients.
Board member of HCAC ( patients representative)
President of Friends Of Jordan Association
Board member Of Al Shams Al Mushriqa Association
Member of Hikmat Al Khair Association
Member of Rainbow Toastmasters Club
Board member of Ladies Of Amman Cultural Forum Association
Quality and Patient safety professional
A Quality and Patient safety professional with more than 15 years experience in Nursing, Regulatory compliance, Accreditations sytems and Quality management systems: specifically, Joint Commission International Standards (JCIA), ISQua and Excellence programs (EFQM, DGEP, SKEA, DQA and SEEA).
Senior Manager, Quality Improvement Department of the regulation arm of Dubai Healthcare City Authority (DHCA). The regulation department of DHCA aims at improving the quality of health care services in the free zone. Responsible for overall management of accreditation and certification survey processes and surveyors management. Additionally, responsible for the planning, organizing, and improving the DHCR standards development. More than 15 years’ experience in health care industry and has been extensively involved in healthcare quality and accreditation.
Head of innovation unit at Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation
Aalaa I. Abu Lail is currently heading the innovation unit at Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation (AHSF). She received her BSc in Biomedical Engineering from Jordan University of Science and Technology. While an undergraduate student, Ala’ performed two consecutive summer research-focused internships at Washington State University.
Prior to joining AHSF, Ala’ served as a program manager at both Migrate Business Services and Applied Scientific Research Fund consecutively. During the past few years, Ala’ consulted on various projects where her portfolio includes innovation and entrepreneurship, education, training, financial solutions, and project management with several national and international organizations.
Her enthusiasm comes from a life-long obsession with creativity. Ala’ is constantly exploring various disciplines to broaden her knowledge.