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Dr Bhagvanth R Gunna is Surgeon by Profession working in Canada. He studied Medicine (MBBS) in KMC, Warangal, India and graduated in 1978. After Graduation, he was trained in Jamaica, Ireland and United Kingdom in Surgery and Surgical Specialties and obtained his FRCS from Royal College of Glasgow in 1987. After surgical training, he worked as Consultant Surgeon in Ireland for almost 5 Years till 1995. Later he returned to Hyderabad, India and worked as Laparoscopic Surgeon and Surgical Gastroenterologist at Apollo Hospitals, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, till 2008. In 2009, he got an offer from LG Health, NL, Canada and moved there. Presently he is working in Canada as a Laparoscopic Surgeon and Surgical Gastroenterologist. In 2001, he was awarded Fellowship (FRCS) without Examination by Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, UK. He was then appointed as Examiner and Surgical Tutor for MRCS, by Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He was also Inspector for National Board of Examination and visited and Inspected several Private Healthcare facilities in India in view of granting DNB seats. He has MBA degree from Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Germany in International Healthcare Management.
Narmina Rufat Abdullayeva is a nurse by profession and works with one of the private hospitals in Ghana. He holds a BSc in Nursing and currently pursuing a Master of Philosophy degree in Applied Epidemiology and Diseases Control at the School of Public Health, University of Ghana. Daniel has 2 years of public practice and 3 years of private practices as a nurse. He has also been involved in outbreak investigations of infectious diseases in Ghana. He has presented an abstract on money handling practices among food vendors in the University of Ghana at the 1th TEPHINET conference in Thailand. Daniel grew up in one of the remote villages of Ghana and is passionate about controlling infectious diseases
Masumi Kikuchi is an Associate Professor in College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Tokyo. She holds a Ph.D. in International Relations, University of Waseda. She worked in Chinese Universities for 4 years (Guangdong Peizheng College and Qingdao University of Technology). She is researching about national resources management, environment policy, eco-tourism in Asia, especially in China, Japan, and the Southeast Asia. Her representative book is “Nouson-Keikan no Shigen-ka (Process of the Rural Landscape as New Resource – The Dynamic Strategy for Rice Terracces Conservation in Chinese Village Communities)” Ochanomizu-shobo press, 2016. Although the multifaceted functions of agriculture are emphasized and the beauty of rural landscapes is highly appreciated, few farmers are able to make a living from such landscapes. This book asks whether it is possible for farmers to create livelihoods sustained by a rural landscape within a market economy amidst agricultural decline and the impoverishment of rural communities. To achieve this aim, "Resourcification of the Rural Landscape," which forms the title of this book, is necessary. "Resourcification of the Rural Landscape" is considered using field surveys.
Bilal Shams is an experienced pharmacist by profession and works with more than one of the private international health care facilities in Egypt in the field of medical tourism. She holds a BSc in pharmacy and also Post graduated of Master of Business Administration degree (MBA) major in project management. Monica has 6 years’ experience in pharmaceutical practice and 4 other years in medical tourism industry. She has professional certified trainer from the American university of Cairo also been involved in Digital marketing online and offline branding regarding the field of medical tourism and its inquiries in Egypt. Also completed marketing diploma from Victoria business school she has presented her healthcare group in many international medical tourism events, international associations and embassies. Monica is interested in patient counseling and customer behavior