Chair of Department Neonatology and Respiratory – CMO Corniche Hospital, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Dr. Eason is the Chief of Neonatology at Corniche Hospital. Prior to joining Corniche, he has held positions as Clinical Director for Neonates and Obstetrics, Clinical Director for Women’s Reproductive Health and Neonatology, Service Line Director for Neonatology and most recently as Clinical Governance Lead. Part of his extensive experience has also involved development of regional neonatal transport services recently gaining an aeromedical neonatal transport qualification from the University of Otago, New Zealand; formation of national neonatal networks; education of specialist registrars, medical students, neonatal nurses and advanced neonatal nurse practitioners; participation in multi-disciplinary clinics with perinatal/obstetric colleagues; organization of national neonatal meetings; and chair of regional neonatal governance with ongoing protocol development and implementation, as well as oversight over all pertinent audits.
As the South of England representative for the British Association of Perinatal Medicine, he has been an active participant or chair of various committees and task forces at the Department of Health and at the National Institute for Clinical Excellence. He has taught and set up ventilation study courses across the UK and belongs to neonatal cardiac and nutritional interest groups. He has had numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals, helped develop various neonatal databases, and was heavily involved in the production of the Department of Health Neonatal Toolkit and subsequent NICE guideline on Specialised Neonatal Care for the UK.
Besides his professional work, He has been the Captain of numerous Rugby teams. In addition to skiing and surfing he is an avid cycler at Yas Island.
Dr. Eason has received numerous awards and accolades during his neonatal career leading to achieving the top NHS Clinical Excellence Award Level 9.
Clinical quiz. Left perirenal phaeochromocytoma and left upper pole renal artery stenosis. Combined excision of tumor and left total nephroadrenalectomy, after full alpha- and beta-adrenergic blockade was achieved. Paediatric.Nephrol (1996) 10: pp804-807
Ram.R, Reaveley.A, Dorling. J, Eason.J. Bilateral Upper Limb weakness and stridor. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2002 Sep;156(9):941-3
Dorling J, Eason J, McClure R, O’Neill K. Case – Control Study of Pulmonary haemorrhage in Very Low Birthweight Infants. Early Human Development 2003; 71:96-97
Williamson A, Mullet J, Bunting M, Eason J. Neonatal examination: are midwives clinically effective? RCM Midwives. 2005 Mar;8(3):116-8
Al-Sabbah A, Armon M, Roebuck D, Eason J Et al. Successful transcatheter embolisation of iliac artery mycotic aneurysm in a neonate. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed. 2007 Mar: 92 (2); F135-6
Collaborations:Salt A et al. On behalf of East Anglian Very Low Birthweight project. Outcome at 2 years for VLBW infants in a geographical population: Risk factors, cost, and impact of congenital anomalies. Early Human Development 2006;Vol 32 Issue 2 p125-133
D’Amore A et al. On behalf of East Anglian Very Low Birthweight project. Two-year outcomes from very low birth weight infants in a geographically defined population across 10 years, 1993 – 2002: comparing 1993-1997 with 1998-2002. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 2009
Leaf Alison et al. On behalf of the Abnormal Doppler Enteral Prescription Trial Collaborative Group. Early or Delayed Enteral Feeding for Preterm Growth Restricted Infants: A randomised Trial. Pediatrics Vol 129 No5 May 2012
Eason, Julian D, Holstii, Liisa, Grunau, Ruth V E, Whitfield, Michael F. Abstracts Dexamethasone for Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia; effects of clinical choices on outcomes-
A Modern Parable. Paediatric Research, April 1996. Vol 39 Issue4 p206
Eason J, Kingo A, Scheifle D. Immunisation Uptake Rates in infants born prematurely in British Columbia. Are we following current guidelines? Society for Paediatric Research, American Academy of Paediatrics 1995
Kingo A, Eason J, Scheifle D. Pertussis Immunisation in premature infants with Intraventricular haemorrhage. Society for Paediatric Research, American Academy of Paediatrics 1995
Del Mar J, Eason J. A case of severe protein allergy. South West Paediatric Club 2011
Shetty M, Eason J. Comparison of live-born twins conceived by artificial reproductive technologies to naturally conceived twins. RCPCH Annual meeting 2012
Bennett C, and Eason J. Provision of Equipment for a Combined Neonatal and High Risk Obstetric Air Transport Service. Neonatal Transport Interest Group. Plymouth 2011
Yahya L, Eason J, Selorio S, and Shaeishaa N. Standardisation of Parenteral Nutrition in Neonates. SEHA innovation 2013
Dr. Khaled graduated from Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, EGYPT 1989. He has M.Sc. in Pediatric, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, EGYPT. Thesis: Some Biochemical and Genetic Aspect of Poliomyelitis. Grade:Good, May 1994. He earned masters degree in Healthcare Management (MSHM), Royal College of Surgeon of Ireland at May 2009. In March 2014, Dr. Khaled got his PhD in Pediatrics, Ain Shams University, Cairo, EGYPT, thesis: High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation in Preterm Babies: Multi-Organ Affection.
He is working currently as a consultant neonatologist, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Latifa Hospital, DHA (DHA), Dubai, U.A.E., Since 11th March 2015 and acting consultant neonatologist, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Latifa Hospital, DHA (DHA), Dubai, U.A.E., Since 18th of November 2013 till 11th March 2015.
In addition, he is a lecturer in the Academic Department of Pediatrics, Dubai Medical College, 31st December 2011. Dubai Medical College (DMC) is committed to providing students with medical education to obtain an accredited degree of Bachelor in Medicine and Surgery in the UAE. The college is providing a learning environment, both inside and outside the classroom that sustains and promotes high levels of student achievement, consistent with the highest standards of academic excellence.
Best Poster during 4th International Arab Neonatal Congress & 2nd Pediatric Update, 10th – 12th September 2015, Dubai, U.A.E., Implementing New Assessment Tool & Practice Guidelines for Pain Management in NICU
Co-Author: Mrs. Manooja Mathew, Mrs. Elsy Jose, Dr. Tushar Kulkarni, Dr. Khaled El-Atawi, Dr. Mahmoud Elhalik & Mrs. Soosan Varughese. 4th International Arab Neonatal Congress & 2nd Pediatric Update, 10th – 12th September 2015, Dubai, U.A.E.
Third best poster during 4th International Arab Neonatal Congress & 2nd Pediatric Update, 10th – 12th September 2015, Dubai, U.A.E., High Frequency Ventilation in Preterm Babies and Organ Affection
Main Author: Dr. Khaled Mahmoud El-Atawi, Dr. Gamal Samy Aly, Dr. Hisham Abdel Samei Awad, Dr. Ahmed Fathy El-Serafi, Dr. Yasser Ahmed Zeitoun, Dr. Mahmoud Elhalik & Dr. Samar El-Maadawi. 4th International Arab Neonatal Congress & 2nd Pediatric Update, 10th – 12th September 2015, Dubai, U.A.E.
Third Best Employee in subspecialties category in Dubai Government in the context of DGEP 2015.
Best Employee in subspecialties category in Dubai Health Authority in the context of DGEP 2015.
Best Poster Presentation during 3rd Arab Neonatal Congress and 1st MEMAP Update in Pediatrics, 12th – 14th of September 2014, Dubai, U.A.E. “Reducing Incidence and Severity of Intra-Ventricular Hemorrhage in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit” Using Quality Improvement Tool.
Main Author: Dr. Khaled El-Atawi, Dr. Mahmoud Elhalik, Dr. Mohamed Rafi, CN Soosan Varughese, SN Manooja Mathew; NICU, Mrs. Thanooja Naushad, Rehabilitation Department, Latifa Hospital, DHA, Dubai, U.A.E.
1st Winner of Abstract during the 1st Arab Paediatric Medical Congress, 29th – 31st May 2014, Dubai, U.A.E. “Comparison of Ultrasound and X-ray in Determining the Position of Umbilical Venous Catheters”
Neonatal Pain, El-Atawi K (2015) Editorial: Neonatal Pain. J Pediatr Neonatal Care 3(1): 00103. DOI: 10.15406/jpnc.2015.02.00103
Role of Bedside Ultrasound in Determining the Position of Umbilical Venous Catheters, El-Maadawy SM, El-Atawi KM1, Elhalik MS1. J Clin Neonatol 2015; 4: 173-7 Departments of Radiology, and 1Pediatrics-Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Latifa Hospital, Dubai, UAE. http://www.jcnonweb.com/text.asp?2015/4/3/173/159878
Neonatal assessment in the delivery room – Trial to Evaluate a Specified Type of Apgar (TEST-Apgar), Rüdiger et al. BMC Pediatrics (2015) 15:18
(Mario Rüdiger1*, Nicole Braun1, Jacob Aranda2, Marta Aguar3, Renate Bergert1, Alica Bystricka4, Gabriel Dimitriou5, Khaled El-Atawi6, Sascha Ifflaender1, Philipp Jung7,Katarina Matasova8, Violeta Ojinaga9, Zita Petruskeviciene10, Claudia Roll11, Jens Schwindt12, Burkhard Simma13, Nanette Staal12, Gloria Valencia2, Maria Gabriela Vasconcellos14, Maie Veinla15, Máximo Vento3, Benedikt Weber16, Anke Wendt17, Sule Yigit18, Heinz Zotter19, Helmut Küster20 and The TEST-Apgar study-group)
Al-Khayat A1, Koutouby A, Habibullah J, El-Atawi K., Neonatal systemic candidiasis. A 14-year review. Saudi Med J. 2004 Oct;25(10):1505-7
Surgical Management of a Posterior Mediastinal Infantile Fibrosarcoma in a Newborn: J. of Egypt. Society of Cardiothorac. Surg. 1997, Vol. 5, April, N. 2.
El-Gamal Y, El-Sawy M, Awad Z, Hossny E, El-Atawy K. Dermatoglyphics in children with paralytic poliomyelitis. Sci Med J Cai Med Synd 1995;7(1):97-112
Research (Under Publication)
Late Preterm Babies; Outcome in Latifa Hospital
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation in Preterm Babies: Multi-Organ Affection
Dr. Manoj Malviya is a Pediatrician by profession. He has 17 years of experience and presently is a Division Director -Neonatologist at NICE Institute for New Born and Children to provide exceptional clinical care to its tiniest of patients irrespective of the ability to pay
Consultant Neonatologist, Head, Department of Paediatrics and Neonatology, Oasis Hospital, UAE
Dr. Zakariya is a consultant neonatologist, Head of the Department of Paediatrics and Neonatology, Oasis Hospital, Al Ain, UAE since June 2015. He is interested in hemodynamics research, evidence based practice, training, education and quality. Dr. Zakariya conducts clinical research and database review and epidemiological studies. He is a peer reviewer and member of advisory boards of scientific journals. Before moving to UAE, he was the Head of Neonatal Medicine, Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship program and Pharmacy and Therapeutics committee at Prince Sultan Military Medical City, he also holds paediatric board (Arab, Saudi, Jordanian, MRCPCH) and Fellowship of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine and Master of Paediatrics (Basic Sciences) – University of Alberta-Canada and FRCPCH (UK). His main mission now is to establish new level three NICU.