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Mohammed Al-Shaaban (Dr)

Mohammed Al-Shaaban (Dr)

Director of Press Office, National Communication Centre, Bahrain

Dr Mohamed Al-Shaaban is the Director of the Press Office at the National Communication Centre.  His role revolves around overseeing the implementation of strategic communication initiatives across government including press conferences, briefings, and content creation.

Prior to that, he served as the Chief of Health Programs and Policies at the Supreme Council of Health (SCH), where he was tasked with drafting national policies for the National Social Health Insurance Program and leading the communication plans for various national health projects.

Dr Al-Shaaban is an MD, he also holds an MS in Journalism from Columbia University, and an MS in Public Administration from Aix Marseille University, where his thesis revolved around the effects of public marketing on the acceptability of health reforms in Bahrain.

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