Dr Mohannad Alajlani


Mohannad teaches on the Health Informatics Masters programme, and is a personal tutor.Mohannad is a teaching fellow in Health Informatics. He is involved in teaching health informatics Masters programme and a personal tutor. He worked as a tutor at the Medical School at Imperial College London and was involved in various research projects at Brunel University London.

Mohannad, Alajlani, Health Informatics, Telemedicine, Telehealth, Middle East, Developing CountriesTeaching FellowQualifications

MBA, Healthcare Management (short course), Imperial College London - 2014

PhD, Telemedicine and eHealth Systems, Brunel Univeristy - 2011

 MSc, Software Development, University of the West of England - 2006

 BSc, Computer Information Systems - Applied Science University (Jordan) - 2004

Publication Journal Papers

Alajlani M. and Clarke M (2012).Effect of Culture on Acceptance of Telemedicine in Middle Eastern Countries: Case study Jordan and Syria.Telemedicine and e-Health. 19, 4: 305-311

Conference Papers

 Alajlani M (2014). Benefits of Telemedicine for Medical Specialists in the Middle East. Telemedicine: Strengthening Medical Regional Cooperation in the Middle East. Amman,Jordan.

Alajlani M. and Clarke M. (2010). Issues Facing the Application of Telemedicine in Developing Countries: Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Medicine 2.0'10, Maastricht, Netherlands.

Editorial Article Alajlani M. and Clarke M (2014). The Effect of Middle Eastern Culture on Telemedicine. Arab Medical Hygiene journal.

Research groups and institutes

  • Leeds Institute of Health Sciences