International Association of Risk Management in Medicine

(IARMM)

 

 


IARMM Chairing Board




Two acting boards of IARMM consist of Executive Committee and Councilor Board.




26 Feb. 2017

(A)  Executive Committee Members

(Role of Executive Committee)
1)
The Committee has a final responsibility to decide all of IARMM activities, including the IARMM budget plan.
2)
The Committee meeting is held in every World Congress. And, email communication is carried out if necessary.
3)
The Committee member is valid in 4 years, and can be extended in another 4 years.

(Chair)

Ryoji Sakai

IARMM President, WHRMC Chair.  Emeritus SU, former Profs. D.Med. EPFL, USM, TWU etc.

(Clinical safety)

 

 

Canada

Bjoern Bruecher

Prof. MD New Westminster College, Vancouver, Canada.  Bon Secours Cancer Institute, USA (surgery)

Canada

Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin

Prof. Dr Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada (patient safety)

China

Phillip Beh

Prof. MD University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (forensic medicine)

Germany

Job Harenberg

Prof. MD Heidelberg University Hospital, Mannheim (internal medicine and clinical pharmacology)

Germany

Uvo M Hölscher

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Münster University of Applied Sciences, Münster (medical technology and ergonomics)

Italy

Bartoccioni Filippo

Prof. MD Azienda Sanitaria Locale (ASL) Viterbo (management control)

Japan

Minoru Ono

Prof. MD University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Medicine (cardiovascular surgery)

Japan

Keiko Kamibeppu

Prof. Dr. University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Medicine (nursing)

Macedonia

Smilja Tudzarova Gjorgova

Prof. Medical University, St. Cyril and Methodius (surgery)

Taiwan

Mingi Chan-Liao

Honor Hospital Director, MD Jen Ai Hospital, Tali-Taichung  (clinical safety)

Spain

Maria Angeles Cuadrado Cenzual

Prof. MD Complutense University of Madrid (internal medicine)

Spain

Enric Macarulla

Prof. MD Autonomous University of Barcelona (medical simulation)

UK  

Bryony Dean Franklin

Prof. Dr. University of College London, School of Pharmacy (medication safety)

UK

Dean Ian Curen

Prof. MD Queen Mary University of London (medical education)

USA

May C. M. Pian-Smith

Assoc. Prof. Harvard Medical School (anaesthesia)

USA

Milenko J. Tanasijevic

Assoc. Prof. Harvard Medical School (pathology & clinical laboraory)

(Infectious disease control)

 

 

Russia

Ilyin KV

Prof. MD Russian Academy of Science

Russia

Elena Ryabchikova

Prof. MD Russian Academy of Science

USA

Helda Pinzon-Perez

Prof. MD California State University, Fresno-

(Envrnm.  risk management)

 

 

Japan

Yasusi Ohbubo

Prof. MD University of Tokyo, Environmental Safety (occupational health and safety)

Sweden

Kjell Andersson

President, Dr. Karita Research (radiation risk communication)

Ukraine

Alexander Pivovarov

Prof. & Dean. Dr. Ukraine State Chemical-Technology University

(Disaster health  risk management)

 

 

Japan

Kimiro Meguro

Prof. University of Tokyo, Institute of Industrial Science  (urban disaster safety)

Japan

Tadasi Ishi

Prof. Tohoku  University Hospital (disaster medicine)

(Health risk management)

 

 

Japan

Hajime Sato

Director, National Institute of Public Health  (health crisis management)

Korea

Joon Pil Cho

Prof. MD Ajou University Hospital, Seoul (health risk management)

Malaysia

Rusli B. Nordin

Prof. MD & School Head, Monashi University  (health risk management)

 

 

 

 

(B)   Councilor Board

(Role of Councilor)

1) Councilor should play a role to promote IARMM activities in an academic aspect.

2) The Board meeting is held in every World Congress.

3) Councilor is valid in 4 years, and can be extended in another 4 years.

 

 

(Clinical safety)

 

Michael Frost

Dr. Med Broomfield Hospital, UK (anesthetist)

Mary P Tully

Dr. Manchester Pharmacy School, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK (medication  error)

Toru Hashida

Vice- Hospital Director, Dr Kobe City Medical Center Hospital, Pharmacology, Kobe, Japan (medication safety)

Gilbert Lau

Assoc. Prof. National University of Singapore, Health Science Authority of Singapore Government, Singapore (patient safety)

Yumi Matumura

Chief. Patient Safety Division,  Prof. MD University of Kyoto Hospital, Japan (patient safety)

Peter McCulloch

Mr. John Radcliffe Hospital, University of Oxford, UK (safety surgery)

Fumitaka Naganura

Prof. MD University of Tokyo, Inst. Med. Sci. Hospital,  Japan (patient safety)

Masaki Q. Fujita

Prof. MD Med. Keio University, Medical School, Tokyo, Japan  (forensic medicine)

Susumu Nakajima

Center Director of Patient Safety.  Assoc. Prof.  MD University of Tokyo Hospital, Japan (patient Safety)

Eric Poon

Former Assoc. Prof. MD  Harvard University, Medical School, Boston, USA (medication safety)

Ayuko Yasuda

Chief. Patient Safety Division,  Prof. MD Fujita Health University, Japan (patient safety)

Haytham Kaafarani

Assist. Prof. MD Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA (surgical safety)

Ahmad Elsheikh

Director of Quality and Patient Safety,  Makkah, Ministry of Interior, Saudi Arabia (patient safety)

(Occupational health & Safety)

 

Rimanova Kvetoslava

Institute of Hygiene, Medical School, Kosice, Slovakia

(Infectious disease control)

 

Riaz-ul-Haq

Director, MD Pakistan Red Crescent Society, National Headquarter, Islamabad, Pakistan

(Radiation health & safety)

 

S.M.J. Mortazvi

Prof. Rafsanjan University of Medical Science, Rafsanjan, Iran

(Health risk management)

 

Akiko Yamazaki

Project Associate Prof. MD Kyoto University, Japan

Peter Jewell

President, PhD, Peter Jewell Lab, Lancaster, UK