Dr. Nurhizam Safie is a Research Fellow at the United Nation University International Institute for Global Health (UNU-IIGH). His research and professional consultancy focuses on open source health and hospital information systems in developing countries, usability & Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) in healthcare information systems and e-learning. Nurhizam Safie is a member of the Malaysian National Computer Confederation as well as a member of numerous international, programme committees and editorial review boards. Nurhizam Safie holds a Ph.D. in Management Information Systems, Master in Information Technology, B.HSc. in Psychology and a Diploma in Human Development
Major Research Projects:
- Open source healthcare information systems
- Usability and HCI in healthcare information systems.
- Project Management and Change Management in healthcare information systems.
- e-learning for healthcare professionals.
Seyed Mohammad Motahar is PhD candidate at National University of Malaysia (UKM) in collaboration with United Nation University International Institute for Global Health (UNU-IIGH). He received his master degree at Asia EU in open source computing. He has ten years professional experience in software engineering and testing in the Business Information Systems previously using Microsoft technologies and frameworks and recently by providing business software solutions using various open source frameworks and programming tools. He has received national and international prizes for his innovative ICT solutions and inventions and he is collaborating and contributing to free and open source software communities in the industry and leading academic bodies. His research interest focuses on topics related to enterprise application development frameworks in software engineering.