Mohammed Naeem MD, FAAP, FCCP completed his MD in 1992. He completed his pediatric residency training from Columbia University, New York, USA and sub specialization training of pediatric critical care in the fellowship program of University of California at Los Angeles, USA. He has been a Fellow of American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Chest Physicians. He is a Consultant Pediatric Intensivist and Assistant Professor. He is the Chair of Safety Reporting System for Patient Safety in the Childrenís Hospital and a Certified Trainer of Patient Safety by Canadian Institute of Patient Safety. Dr. Naeem has multiple publications as primary author in peer reviewed journals and special interest in high quality of research . He has earned award of Best Mentor of the researchers. He also teaches and supervises topics related to research including proposal writing, study designs and data analysis.
Mohammed Naeem research interests are invast interests and experience in care, growth and development of children and adolescents. His passion gears towards constructing and implementing scientific models to improve systems targeting primary, secondary and tertiary care. His ideology takes a positive direction through his in-depth analyses. Further, his vision explores multiple ways those would help to understand the complex pathological phenomenon thus enabling to construct a plan of implementing the strategies to overcome these. His particular interest and expertise involves population of children and adolescents requiring intensive care. He had been utilizing his vast experience of research, clinical care, patient safety and strategic planning to ambitiously achieve his goals. Through multiple levels of participation in care and strategic planning relevant to diverse patient population, he had been very successful to make his contributions and judgments being heard and taken in considerations