Ali Bahsoun Specialista in formazione medica Componente del gruppo Hysteroscopypoint, si occupa prevalentemente della formazione medica. Residente in Londra, egli si è specializzato da alcuni anni nella creazione di sofisticati modelli soprattutto nel campo endoscopico finalizzati alla formazione pratica del Medico. Ha vinto numerosi premi proprio in questo ambito della ricerca.

ALI NEHME BAHSOUN

Background

I am currently the product owner for Simulation at Kinosis Ltd and Clinical Entrepreneur at NHS

England. I am a medically qualified doctor with over 9 years of teaching experience at King's College

London and 2 years as an innovation fellow at Anglia Ruskin University.

Employment

Touch Surgery (Kinosis Ltd) Aug 2014 - Current

Product Owner at Touch Surgery Jan 2017 - Current

As a Scrum Product Owner, it is my responsibility to create the product vision, based on evolving

user needs, and roadmap then ensuring the work gets done. I look after the company’s core

product, simulation, and currently leading the website redevelopment, bespoke app development

and feature creation. I have mapped and refined our product offerings and am currently

diversifying our product range through a strategic product roadmap.

As a product owner, I maintain a good understanding of the users, stakeholders, market place,

competitors and future trends within the space. My role is client facing as well as working

internally with the development, marketing and content teams.

I have helped to ensure scrum teams within the organization are self-organizing (a role usually

reserved for an Agile coach). I have established procedures and protocols to empower team

members to effectively conduct their work, maintained dynamic backlogs that deliver and evolve

the various product roadmaps.

My role also includes presenting, and coordinating company presence, at research conferences. I

organize the team attending and take care of the event logistics.

Academic Lead at Touch Surgery Aug 2015 – Jan 2017

During this role, I was in charge of developing and delivering the academic roadmap, an

academic research program that provided that validation needed for market penetration in the

educational space. Coordinating research efforts between multiple institutions including

University College Hospital, Imperial College London, King’s College Hospital, Stanford, Duke,

Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Dartmouth/Geisel, University of North Carolina, University of Ontario

Institute of Technology and the Singapore Eye Centre. I was also responsible for coordinating

company presence at technology and research conferences and other speaking events.

Internally, I was the head of the medical team and my work focused on process development

including standardizing our simulation pages, redesigning the scoring algorithm and developing

the medical team pipeline. I have worked closely with the marketing team on a regular basis as

well as authoring content for the platform. I established ISSN and PILA memberships for Touch

Surgery. ISSN internationally ratifies Touch Surgery as a publisher and PILA membership

awards Touch Surgery powers to deposit DOI metadata to CrossRef, the pinnacle of referencing.

Research Lead at Touch Surgery Nov 2014 – Aug 2015

Moving from research scientist to research lead empowered me to design the research road map

and reporting directly to the CEO. Here I began to take on the responsibility of presenting, and

coordinating company presence, at research conferences. I organized the team attending and take

care of the event logistics and looking after booths.

Research scientist at Touch Surgery Aug 2014 – Nov 2014

This was my first role at the company I worked with Imperial College London to design & deliver academic research about the training platform.

Hacking Surgery (Kinosis Ltd) Jun 2016 – Current

As faculty of the Hacking Surgery brand, I help with the organizing and running of health-tech

hackathons. Our last event was organized in collaboration with BDL Accelerate and Garage48. BDL

Accelerate was a 20,000-delegate international technology conference held in Beirut (Lebanon) in

November 2016 with keynotes from Tony Fadil and Steve Wozniak. For the hackathon, we ran a 48-hour

event with 130 hackers in 21 teams.

We have also organized a hackathon in conjunction with the British Association of Plastic and

Reconstructive Surgery (BAPRAS) in June 2016 held at Balderton Capital in London (UK). The evnt

lasted for 36 hours with 50 hackers in 7 7 teams.

Clinical Entrepreneur at NHS England Aug 2016 - Current

This is an honorary role for the most innovative doctors in the NHS. We attend regular events to support

innovation in healthcare as well receiving training in entrepreneurship, startups, business, team

management, marketing, accounting and pitching/presenting.

Director at Steth 2 Scalpel Ltd 2013 – Current

Steth 2 Scalpel is a small company that produces surgical training products for universities and private

companies. I Set up the company and would regularly perform research and development cycles for

creating innovative products. Our products have been used all around the world including areas of the

developing world.

Honorary Innovation Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University 2015 – 2017

Work involves development of novel products and support of junior innovators.

Surgical Sciences iBSc module faculty at King’s College London 2013 – 2017

MRC Centre for Transplantation, King’s College London, Department of Urology, Guy’s Hospital.

Helped to set up the module and have lead the technical skills training and examinations for the program.

Have been an iBSc project supervisor.

University College London 2015 - 2016

MSc Project co-supervisor.

Olympus Simulation Lab; Guy’s Hospital

• Simulation Tutor (daVinci, Laparoscopy, SEP Robot, PCNL, VR Endoscopy) 2009 – 2015

• Simulation Facilitator (TURP/TURBT) 2008 – 2015

• Faculty on Simulation and Technology-enhanced Learning Initiative (Urology) 2009 – 2013

Coordinating the teaching efforts at the lab as well as setting up the equipment for events and courses and

teaching various surgical skills.

Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation Trust Simulation and Interactive Leaning Centre 2011-2012

Urology simulation Faculty

King’s Health Partners

Faculty of SIMULATE – BAUS National Simulation Training

First Aid Trainer at St John Ambulance 2011 – 2012

Curriculum Clinical Skills tutor at King’s College London 2009 – 2011

University led technical skills teaching for undergraduates for years two and three OSCE skills

King’s College London Student’s Union (committee positions held)

• EMDP Society – president for 2 years, treasurer for 2 years, events team for 2 years

• Japan Society – Treasurer for 2 years, events team for 3 years

• Cardiology Society – Publicity coordinator for 1 year

• Pathology Society – Publicity coordinator for 1 year

• Ahlul-bayt Society – Committee member, events team for 3 years

• Student Medical Education Committee – student representative for 3 years

• King’s LINKs (St John Ambulance) – First aider, first aid tutor

• Interfaith communication network – cofounder and active member

• Creative Writing Society – active member

• Disability Awareness Society – active member

Education

• Medical Degree (MBBS) at King’s College London 2007 - 2014

Courses

• Product Ownership - Scrum Alliance 2017

• Immediate Life Support Resus Council UK 2014

• Pearson EDI - Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning sector (QCF) – Level 4 2013

• Deaf Awareness and Sign Language Training for Health Care Environment 2010

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