Dr. Nadim Salim Al-Jarrah, a consultant endocrinologist and diabetic with more than 20 years of hard work experience. Dr. Nadim Al-Jarrah graduated from the Libyan University of Tripoli with a bachelor’s degree in medicine and general surgery, to complete his educational career in the field of internal diseases and obtain the Jordanian board in 1993 AD, continued Dr. Nadim His educational career as a specialist in endocrinology and diabetes, and he obtained the Arne Board in 1998. Dr. Nadim Al-Jarrah worked in many places that gained him a wonderful professional experience in his field to become one of the most distinguished doctors in the field of endocrinology and diabetes as he began his career with a set of training jobs in each of: University of Manchester, United Kingdom teaching hospitals, University of Jordan Hospital , National Center for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Genetics, Ministry of Health educational hospitals. Dr. Nadim completed his career by holding various professional positions: where he worked as a lecturer at the University of Mutah, Department of Internal Medicine, advisor at the National Center for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Genetics, President of the Jordanian Association for the Care of Diabetics, direct president of the American Society of Endocrinology and Diabetes (Jordanian branch) and finally President In addition to his work in his private clinic there, for the internal department in the specialist hospital. Dr. Nadim is a medical doctor in his medical field who has never been stingy by publishing his extensive experience, as he has more than 20 publications in regional and international medical journals indexed, in addition to his work as a member of several advisory bodies: Ministry of Health - Jordan, World Health Organization, consultant in the field of drug effectiveness. Dr. Nadim's special interest in educating the public, patients, and health care providers (doctors, medical students, colleagues, endocrinologists, nurses and pharmacists) about diabetes and its complications from obesity, metabolic and endocrine disorders.