Alyssa Niebuhr is a senior at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee earning a Bachelor's of Science in Healthcare Administration with a minor in Business. Alyssa has a passion for patient experience and satisfaction in long-term care facilities and chose this path with a desire to empower older adults and allow them to be the driving force in their own care plans. When she isn't working to create new perspectives on patient care, Alyssa enjoys cooking and spending time with her friends and family. In working for myHESTIA, Alyssa hopes to gain a greater understanding on the lasting effects of technology, including social media, in the lives of older adults and their health.
Mohammed Abdulrahman M Abahussain is currently a Health Sciences Ph.D student in the Department of Health Informatics and Administration at the College of Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee. He is also a faculty member of Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz college for emergency Medical Services at King Saud University, and his specialty is in Emergency and Risk Management and interested in emergency preparedness for elderly population . He received his master's degree in Emergency Management from the University of New Haven, Connecticut, United States. He has a background in EMS (bachelor’s degree from King Saud University), Saudi Arabia. He has worked at Emergency Management office in Connecticut, and have received several certificates in the field of Emergency and Disaster management.
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