IMI's 9th International Conference July 22/24, 2016
Registration Ends on 22 / Jul / 2016
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Registration is Now Open Registration will begin February 15, 2016, with Discounted Early Bird Registration rates available until June 1, 2016. Special Discounts are available for members as well.
Registration is Now Open Registration will begin February 15, 2016, with Discounted Early Bird Registration rates available until June 1, 2016. Special Discounts are available for members as well.
TAQI—Translation, Application, and Quality In medicine

Conference Highlights

  • 17.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CMES

    This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for

  • Special Young Leaders Programing

    For the first time we are also hosting the Young Leaders Conference simultaneously with the 9th International IMI Conference.  The YL sessions

  • Stunning Venue

    Rosen Shingle Creek is nestled on a 230-acre site along Shingle Creek just off Universal Boulevard, east of the Orange County Convention Center

  • Distinguished Faculty

    IMI's 9th International Conference International Faculty features leading experts from the scientific community who are collaborating to guide

  • Special Member Discount Rates!

    Your involvement as an IMI member means the world to us and the many lives we touch globally. We're delighted to be able to

  • Community visit to stunning new Masjid

    Conference side events will include a tour of the new Masjid al Hayy, a new mosque that will be the largest in North America. The architecture and

Upcoming Deadlines

7th Feb, 2016

Speaker Topic Submissions Closed

Last date for speaker topic submissions. 

29th Feb, 2016

Program Release Date

IMI Conference Scientific Program Committee & Young Leaders Program Committee will announce the full program for the 9th International Conference.

31st Mar, 2016

Early Bird Discounted Advance Registration Deadline

Register early to benefit from reduced registration rates.

31st May, 2016

Last Day to Submit Your Abstract for IMI's Research Symposium

Click here for details on submissions. 

15th Jun, 2016

Discounted Hotel Booking Deadline

Book your rooms at the special discounted price of $139 per night (upto 4 people) today! 

Conference Highlights +

  • 17.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CMES

    This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for

  • Special Young Leaders Programing

    For the first time we are also hosting the Young Leaders Conference simultaneously with the 9th International IMI Conference.  The YL sessions

  • Stunning Venue

    Rosen Shingle Creek is nestled on a 230-acre site along Shingle Creek just off Universal Boulevard, east of the Orange County Convention Center

  • Distinguished Faculty

    IMI's 9th International Conference International Faculty features leading experts from the scientific community who are collaborating to guide

  • Special Member Discount Rates!

    Your involvement as an IMI member means the world to us and the many lives we touch globally. We're delighted to be able to

  • Community visit to stunning new Masjid

    Conference side events will include a tour of the new Masjid al Hayy, a new mosque that will be the largest in North America. The architecture and

Upcoming Deadlines +

7th Feb, 2016

Speaker Topic Submissions Closed

Last date for speaker topic submissions. 

29th Feb, 2016

Program Release Date

IMI Conference Scientific Program Committee & Young Leaders Program Committee will announce the full program for the 9th International Conference.

31st Mar, 2016

Early Bird Discounted Advance Registration Deadline

Register early to benefit from reduced registration rates.

31st May, 2016

Last Day to Submit Your Abstract for IMI's Research Symposium

Click here for details on submissions. 

15th Jun, 2016

Discounted Hotel Booking Deadline

Book your rooms at the special discounted price of $139 per night (upto 4 people) today! 

Conference Program +

IMI’s 9th International Conference will be held in Orlando, Florida from July 22- July 24th 2016. This follows an outstanding 8th International Conference in Iran that was attended by almost 700 delegates from around the world. This CME conference combines IMI’s commitments to enhancing health, education, capacity building, and the integration of global community and faith-based approaches to health. For the first time we are also hosting the Young Leaders (YL) Conference simultaneously with the International Conference.

TAQI—Translation, Application, and Quality In medicine

IMI's 9th International Conference International Faculty features leading experts from the scientific community who are collaborating to guide the development of the conference program. AMA PRA Category I (US) CME credits are anticipated for this conference. Our previous conferences have been awarded upto 20.5 AMA PRA CME credits. The Young Leaders’ sessions are designed to develop the leadership capacity of students and younger professionals. The majority of YL sessions will be equally relevant to our diverse audience regardless of career choice. The skills developed and topics explored will translate across all disciplines, like conflict resolution, communication and presentation skills. The full program will be available shortly. Below are some of the programs currently drafted for the first 2 days of the conference though additional sessions including all academic programming remain to be added. The program below using the following short hand to indicate the different tracks of programs: YL for sessions catering to Young Leaders (middle school through young professionals); GEN for activities relevant to all attendees; AP for sessions that are part of the Academic Program and; AP-CME for session that are approved for CME credit.
Date Jul 22, 2016 to Jul 24, 2016
Venue Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, Florida, USA
  
  • July 22, 2016Day 1
    3:00 pm
    GEN: GBM
    6:30 pm
    GEN: Opening Session Dinner
    8:30 pm
    GEN: Prayers
    9:00 pm
    GEN: GBM II
  • July 23, 2016Day 2
    8:00 am
    GEN: Breakfast
    9:00 am
    GEN: Morning Plenary
    9:30 am
    YL: Overview of the Day
    10:00 am
    YL: Workshop: Conflict Resolution
    10:00 am
    YL: Workshop: Presentation Skills
    11:30 am
    YL: Meet the Mentors: Health Fields
    11:30 am
    YL: Meet the Mentors: Non-health fields
    1:00 pm
    GEN: Prayers
    1:30 pm
    GEN: Lunch
    2:30 pm
    YL: Workshop: Advocacy Strategies
    2:30 pm
    YL: Workshop: Managing Your Time
    4:15 pm
    YL: Application Guidance (4 breakouts)
    7:30 pm
    GEN: Banquet Dinner with Keynote Address
  • July 24, 2016Day 3
    8:00 am
    YL: Meet the Mentors Networking Breakfast
    9:30 am
    YL: Showcasing Young Leaders
    11:15 am
    YL: Confronting Islamophobia in Professional and Academic Life
    1:00 pm
    GEN: Prayers
    1:30 pm
    GEN: Lunch & Closing Ceremony
    3:30 pm
    YLC: Informal Networking for young Leaders

Program Speakers +

Mr. Mehdi Hasan
Al Jazeera
Award-winning Presenter
 
Qualification: Oxford University
Miss. Sarah Naqvi
HMSHost International Inc.
Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer (CIO)
 
Qualification: BA
Dr. A. Maziar Zafari
Emory University School of Medicine
Professor of Medicine and Director of the Cardiovascular Training Program
 
Qualification: MD, PhD, FACC, FAHA
Mr. Sheikh Faiyaz Jaffer
Independent
Islamic Scholar
 
Qualification: Masters
Prof. Syed Shabih Haider Zaidi
Imamia Medics International
Global President Elect
 
Qualification: FRCS, FACS, FCPS
Dr. Nausheen Abbas
VERRE EYE CLINIC SC
Comprehensive Ophthalmologist
 
Qualification: MD
Dr. Fatima Naqvi
Saint Peter’s University Hospital
Division Director OB/GYN, the Associate Residency Program Director, & Faculty Physician
 
Qualification: MD
Dr. Yawer Nensey
Florida Gastroenterology Associates
Gastroenterologist
 
Qualification: MD
Dr. Farheen Shirazi
UCLA Health
Physician
 
Qualification: MD
Dr. Ulrick Vieux, Jr.
Orange Regional Medical Center
Director of the Psychiatry Residency Program Director of the CL service
 
Qualification: DO, MS
Dr. Nadeem Hussain
Middlesex Gastroenterology Associates
Physician
 
Qualification: MD
Dr. Naveed Hussain
University of Connecticut School of Medicine & Connecticut Children's NICU, University of Connecticut Health Center
Associate Professor of Pediatrics & Director of Neonatal Research
 
Qualification: MBBS, MD, DCH
Dr. Mohammad Shenasa
Heart and Rhythm Medical Group & the Department of Cardiovascular Services at O’Connor Hospital
Founder, Physician
 
Qualification: MD, FACC
Dr. Karar Ali
Orlando Veteran's Medical Center; University of Central Florida, College of Medicine
Faculty in Internal Medicine & Palliative Care & Associate Professor
 
Qualification: MD
Miss. Zehra Naqvi
Independent
Attorney, Community Organizer, & Writer
 
Qualification: JD
Dr. Mustafa Husain
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
Vice Chair for Faculty, Professor of Psychiatry, Neurology and Internal Medicine, Lydia Bryant Test distinguished Professor in Psychiatry Research, Director of the Neuromodulation Research & Therapeutics Program (NRTP)
 
Qualification: MD
Mrs. Minaz Sherazee
Citibank
Senior Vice-President and Client Experience Head (former)
 
Qualification: .
Mrs. Sunmbal Raza
TIAA-CREF
Senior IT Service Management Specialist
 
Qualification: .
Miss. Laila Abdelaziz
CAIR Florida
Legislative & Government Affairs Director
 
Qualification: .
Dr. M. Takki Momin
Atlanta Vascular Surgery, DeKalb Medical Physicians Group
Vascular Surgeon
 
Qualification: MD
Mrs. Nafees Husain
Dr. Phillips Hospital
Registered Nurse with Oncology Certification
 
Qualification: RN, BSN, OCN
Dr. Syed Furqan Zaidi
Radiology Associates of Canton (RAC) & RadHelp, LLC
President & CEO
 
Qualification: MD
Dr. HAIDAR MAHMOUD
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
Council Member
 
Qualification: MD
Dr. Shakeela Shah
Kaiser Medical Center
Hospitalist
 
Qualification: MD
Mr. Jamil Rizvi
Aviation & Aircrafts Maintenance Colleg
Professor & Aerospace Engineer
 
Qualification: .
Mr. Hamad Shirazi
Independent
Holistic Health Practitioner
 
Qualification: B.S. Ed., ACSM certification
Dr. Sarwat Hussain
UMass Memorial Medical Center - University Campus
Radiologist
 
Qualification: MD
Mr. Syed Shabeer Kirmani
AMTIS Inc.
Data Scientist, Public Speaker, and Poet
 
Qualification: M.S., PMP
Dr. Saatiah Jaffry
Davita Dialysis
Medical Director
 
Qualification: MD
Dr. Azmat Husain
Howard University Hospital
Director of Emergency Room Dept
 
Qualification: MD

Accommodations +

 

Accommodation Planner

  City Dates / Day Hotel Name / Address of Accommodation  
  Orlando, Florida 22nd - 24th July, 2016
Friday - Sunday

Book Here

Rosen Shingle Creek

9939 Universal Blvd.,
Orlando, Florida 32819

 

 

Conference Program
Program Speakers
Accommodations

Conference Program

IMI’s 9th International Conference will be held in Orlando, Florida from July 22- July 24th 2016. This follows an outstanding 8th International Conference in Iran that was attended by almost 700 delegates from around the world. This CME conference combines IMI’s commitments to enhancing health, education, capacity building, and the integration of global community and faith-based approaches to health. For the first time we are also hosting the Young Leaders (YL) Conference simultaneously with the International Conference.

TAQI—Translation, Application, and Quality In medicine

IMI's 9th International Conference International Faculty features leading experts from the scientific community who are collaborating to guide the development of the conference program. AMA PRA Category I (US) CME credits are anticipated for this conference. Our previous conferences have been awarded upto 20.5 AMA PRA CME credits. The Young Leaders’ sessions are designed to develop the leadership capacity of students and younger professionals. The majority of YL sessions will be equally relevant to our diverse audience regardless of career choice. The skills developed and topics explored will translate across all disciplines, like conflict resolution, communication and presentation skills. The full program will be available shortly. Below are some of the programs currently drafted for the first 2 days of the conference though additional sessions including all academic programming remain to be added. The program below using the following short hand to indicate the different tracks of programs: YL for sessions catering to Young Leaders (middle school through young professionals); GEN for activities relevant to all attendees; AP for sessions that are part of the Academic Program and; AP-CME for session that are approved for CME credit.
Date Jul 22, 2016 to Jul 24, 2016
Venue Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, Florida, USA
  
  • July 22, 2016Day 1
    3:00 pm
    GEN: GBM
    6:30 pm
    GEN: Opening Session Dinner
    8:30 pm
    GEN: Prayers
    9:00 pm
    GEN: GBM II
  • July 23, 2016Day 2
    8:00 am
    GEN: Breakfast
    9:00 am
    GEN: Morning Plenary
    9:30 am
    YL: Overview of the Day
    10:00 am
    YL: Workshop: Conflict Resolution
    10:00 am
    YL: Workshop: Presentation Skills
    11:30 am
    YL: Meet the Mentors: Health Fields
    11:30 am
    YL: Meet the Mentors: Non-health fields
    1:00 pm
    GEN: Prayers
    1:30 pm
    GEN: Lunch
    2:30 pm
    YL: Workshop: Advocacy Strategies
    2:30 pm
    YL: Workshop: Managing Your Time
    4:15 pm
    YL: Application Guidance (4 breakouts)
    7:30 pm
    GEN: Banquet Dinner with Keynote Address
  • July 24, 2016Day 3
    8:00 am
    YL: Meet the Mentors Networking Breakfast
    9:30 am
    YL: Showcasing Young Leaders
    11:15 am
    YL: Confronting Islamophobia in Professional and Academic Life
    1:00 pm
    GEN: Prayers
    1:30 pm
    GEN: Lunch & Closing Ceremony
    3:30 pm
    YLC: Informal Networking for young Leaders
  • July 22, 2016Day 1
    3:00 pm
    GEN: GBM
    6:30 pm
    GEN: Opening Session Dinner
    8:30 pm
    GEN: Prayers
    9:00 pm
    GEN: GBM II
  • July 23, 2016Day 2
    8:00 am
    GEN: Breakfast
    9:00 am
    GEN: Morning Plenary
    9:30 am
    YL: Overview of the Day
    10:00 am
    YL: Workshop: Conflict Resolution
    10:00 am
    YL: Workshop: Presentation Skills
    11:30 am
    YL: Meet the Mentors: Health Fields
    11:30 am
    YL: Meet the Mentors: Non-health fields
    1:00 pm
    GEN: Prayers
    1:30 pm
    GEN: Lunch
    2:30 pm
    YL: Workshop: Advocacy Strategies
    2:30 pm
    YL: Workshop: Managing Your Time
    4:15 pm
    YL: Application Guidance (4 breakouts)
    7:30 pm
    GEN: Banquet Dinner with Keynote Address
  • July 24, 2016Day 3
    8:00 am
    YL: Meet the Mentors Networking Breakfast
    9:30 am
    YL: Showcasing Young Leaders
    11:15 am
    YL: Confronting Islamophobia in Professional and Academic Life
    1:00 pm
    GEN: Prayers
    1:30 pm
    GEN: Lunch & Closing Ceremony
    3:30 pm
    YLC: Informal Networking for young Leaders
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