Dr. Yasser Sami Abdel Dayem Amer holds a Bachelor Degree of Medicine and Surgery (MBBCh 1999) and a Master's Degree of Pediatrics (2011) from the Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, and a Master of Healthcare Informatics (2011) from the Arab Academy of Science and Technology, Alexandria, Egypt. He also holds a Certificate of Essentials of Health Informatics (i10×10) Program, from KSU-OHSU-AMIA (2014) and is a certified professional in healthcare quality (CPHQ) from NAHQ, USA (2014). He has been an active member of the Guidelines International Network (G-I-N) and its working groups since 2009. Yasser is currently a clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) methodologist, healthcare quality professional, healthcare informaticist and pediatrician at King Khalid University Hospital, King Saud University Medical City (KSUMC) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He contributed to the sustainability and improvement of the KSU CPGs Adaptation Program as a general coordinator, and expert methodologist with the Quality Management Department, the CPGs steering committee and departmental committees, and the research chair for Evidence-Based Health Care and Knowledge Translation since he joined the institution in 2012. He also contributed to the Physician CPOE Build Team in the pre-implementation, and implementation phases of the Electronic System for Integrated Health Information (eSiHi) along with several other QI projects and initiatives. Before joining KSUMC, Yasser was a co-founder, general coordinator, G-I-N primary contact person for the Alexandria Center for Evidence-Based CPGs, Healthcare Quality Directorate, and Alexandria University Hospitals in Alexandria, Egypt. After graduation, he started his career as a general practitioner, and followed with his residency training as a pediatrician in several primary, secondary, and tertiary healthcare facilities in both public and private sectors in Alexandria before he joined the Evidence-based healthcare and Healthcare quality and safety movement in 2008. He is a member of Alexandria Patient Safety Alliance (APSA), Bright Tomorrow Society for Child Protection (BTSCP), National Arab American Medical Association (NAAMA), National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ), and the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua). Yasser's interests include pediatrics, child healthcare, evidence-based healthcare, knowledge translation, quality and safety in healthcare, healthcare informatics, and implementation and improvement science and research in general.