Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend World Brain Congress Carlton Palace Hotel, Dubai. UAE.

Day 1 :

Conference Series BRAIN 2018 International Conference Keynote Speaker Khashayar Pazooki photo

Khashayar Pazooki Group Psylux S.A / Neuroacademy Luxembourg Specialized In Neurobiology, Neurophysiology, Clinical Psychotherapy Sciences and Neurocognitive Sciences. Head of the Research Department at Group Psylux. S.A, Member Of The Scientific Committee Of Avm-Luxembourg, Head Of Traumainstitut Luxembourg and Neuro Academy Luxembourg, Lecturer At Different Institutes Such As Aap-Wien, Msk-Cario, Key Speaker At World Food Programme (Wfp) In Madrid, Guest Lecturer At Sigmund Freud Private University In Vienna.



Treatment success and positive outcomes are very important goals in clinical work. This research study shows significant positive changes in the treatment outcomes of a group of participants (n=9, average age:38-66 years). The application of this multimodal and innovative approach makes it possible to obtain very detailed differential diagnostic data and allow for the individualization and personalization of the therapeutic planning for the patients. This model provides an overview of dysfunctional correlations in respect of neurophysiological, neurobiological, peripheral and psychological functions that can be regulated with the Multi-Modal Treatment (MMT) approach in a more efficient and effective manner.

Conference Series BRAIN 2018 International Conference Keynote Speaker Justin James Kennedy photo

Prof. Kennedy is a Thought Leader & Executive Coach in Organizational Neuroscience. His corporate career was interrupted by a motorbike accident, which left him in a coma. After several brain surgeries and a lengthy recovery process, he learned what was needed to reboot his brain again. With strict discipline and endless willpower, he presented a Ph.D. thesis based on his research in neuroscience in Switzerland several years later. He was invited to do a TED talk and presented his research in applied neuroscience at the Institute of Coaching, Harvard Medical School Conference, in Boston in 2016. His book "Brain Reboot - A Change of Mind Will Change Your Brain" will be published in 2018 and was endorsed by the #1 leading coach Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, in the USA.

Today Dr. Kennedy is a globally recognized professor of neuroscience and Organizational Behavior with bespoke Business Schools and Universities in Switzerland, the UK, South Africa, and the UAE. Besides his academic roles, Dr. Kennedy holds several US coaching accreditations and a clinical healthcare license. He runs an executive coaching practice ( out of NY and Dubai and engages as keynote speaker in the US, Africa, and the Middle East, aspiring executives to peak performance.

He developed the neuroscience-based N3 Coaching model offering various programs designed to sustain well-being while developing behavioral techniques to perform at peak. His work is based on brain data to ensure medically measurable results in his clinical, academic and corporate work.



The literature has not yet been synthesized and there is a lack of clarity on what constitutes effective leadership for research use, in the Middle East or what kinds of intervention effectively develop leadership for the purpose of coaching and enhancing clinical practice. We synthesized the evidence on leadership coaching behaviors amongst nurses to then determine the effectiveness of interventions that promote these leadership behaviors Methods/Design A narrative synthesis will be further conducted to synthesize diverse forms of evidence. Narrative synthesis integrates evidence from multiple research designs, including experimental, quasi-experimental and observational studies to generate new insights for policy and practice and will be helpful in generating hypotheses for future experimental studies. This approach has been selected because the majority of leadership and management research is descriptive. A review of leadership research in health and business found that only 5 of 5,728 articles (less than 0.3%) investigated a correlation between leadership and measurable outcomes in nursing. With recent interests in healthcare leadership and research use, however, we anticipate more studies in the ME region. We used a systematic four-stage approach to conduct the review, in line with methodological guidelines set forth by Grimshaw. Using an integrated knowledge translation approach that supports a partnership between researchers and knowledge users throughout the research process, we further follow principles of knowledge synthesis using a systematic method to synthesize different types of evidence involving: searching the literature, study selection, data extraction, and quality assessment, and analysis. A narrative synthesis will be further conducted to explore relationships within and across studies and meta-analysis will be performed if sufficient homogeneity exists across studies employing experimental randomized control trial designs along with interviews of current nurses pre and post coaching. Findings and Discussion With coaching leadership to enhance engagement we will further synthesize healthcare and leadership research to understand what enables nurses to develop the leadership within an academy for the purpose of enhancing research use in clinical practice. The current results show a pressing need for such an academy. We present the medical, hospital needs achieved from the development of a leadership academy and coaching journey for nurses. The result has been the formulation of a leadership academy for nurses within a leading hospital group to coach and develops leading nurses.