Nabil A. Shallik

Hamad Medical Corporation

Dr. Nabil A. Shallik, MD, is an A. Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, an A. Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at Qatar University and an A. Professor of Anesthesiology and SICU at Tanta Faculty of Medicine in Egypt, associate head of anesthesia services in Rumailah Hospital and ACC, which is a part of HMC in Qatar. He also works as a senior consultant at Anesthesia, ICU and Peri-operative Medicine at HMC, Qatar. He has published more than 40 articles in national and international peer-reviewed medical journals including peri-operative, pain and airway publications. He is also a reviewer and editorial board member for a number of international peer-reviewed medical journals. He is the main author of numerous book’s chapters, and editor of many books. He is a leading researcher in airway management in the Middle East and his research interests mainly focus on perioperative care and on new tools for airway assessment and management. Dr. Nabil is a pioneer in anesthesia education and a dedicated clinical teacher with more than 20 years of anesthesia practice and 15 years of dedicated anesthesia teaching. As a course director for all airway workshops and courses at Qatar Robotic Center and Itqan Simulation Center, he is continually testing, inventing and tailoring basic and advanced educational modules related to airway skills to suit different health care providers. Dr. Nabil is an active contributor to international airway societies (AMA),(SHANA) and (EAMS), Founder of Difficult Airway Management (DAM) Society and is frequently invited as a guest speaker in national and international conferences.

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Like management of disease, management of pain is as old as the human race. When patients come to us with their pain, they present us with a wonderful opportunity: the chance to understand them, to understand how their pain is affecting their lives, the challenge of discovering what is causing their pain, and finally the opportunity to prescribe medications and lifestyle changes to help them gain relief from their pain. It is hoped that this book will provide the latest evidence-based updates on pain management in special circumstances and will serve as a ready reference for those embarking on pain management. Its intent is not to be a heavy book that can only be stored on a bookshelf, but a pocket-sized reference that can be carried, be easily navigated, and be available whenever a conceptual gap compromises pain physicians and their ability to treat their patients.

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