Dr. Basem Al-Omari is a highly experienced healthcare practitioner, manager, and educator with over two decades of experience. He has held management and nursing roles in various prestigious NHS hospitals in the UK and served as a senior lecturer in the UK before joining KU in 2019 as an assistant professor in epidemiology and population health and being one of the founding faculties at the College of Medicine and Health Sciences. Dr. Al-Omari is recognized internationally for his expertise in Evidence-Based Medicine education, having taught in the UK, Malaysia, China, and the UAE.
Dr. Al-Omari holds a Ph.D. in Public Health and Primary Care Sciences from the University of Northumbria, an MSc in Evidence-Based Medicine from the University of Oxford, and a BSc in professional orthopedic nursing practice from London South Bank University. He has also completed various higher education training programs in education, research, and Evidence-Based Medicine. Dr. Al-Omari is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the UK.
Dr. Al-Omari has a broad range of research experience with a particular interest in Systematic Reviews, Evidence-Based Medicine, Clinical Research, Conjoint Analysis, and Patient Preferences. He is one of the pioneers in using the novel Adaptive Choice-Based Conjoint method to study patients’ preferences regarding osteoarthritis treatment. Dr. Al-Omari's research contributes to the development of effective healthcare interventions and policies that prioritize patient-centered outcomes.
Using web-based adaptive choice-based conjoint analysis to elicit patients’ preferences for osteoarthritis treatment
Using web-based adaptive choice-based conjoint analysis to elicit patients’ preferences for gestational diabetes services in Abu Dhabi
Using web-based adaptive choice-based conjoint analysis to elicit patients’ preferences for rehabilitation services in the UAE