Dr. Oğuz Abdullah Uyaroğlu is a young internist working at Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine in the General Internal Medicine Unit (Ankara, Turkey). His research area mainly consists of acute care and adult chronic diseases. He is serving as the consultant of the Acute and Emergency Care Units, mainly admitting elderly patients with acute decompensation of chronic diseases; lower respiratory tract infections, organ failure, and acute, undiagnosed conditions. He is also interested in adult vaccination and influenza and he is a member of the ME’NA-ISN ( The Middle East, Eurasia, And Africa Influenza Stakeholders Network ) Governing Board. He is one of the subcommittee members and the representative of Turkey (Turkish Society of Internal Medicine) of the Young Internist (YI) group of European Federation of Internal Medicine (EFIM). He is interested in POCUS and currently works as a fellowship in the Ultreason Unit of Prof. Dr. Juan Torres Macho at the Infanta Leonor University Hospital in Madrid. He is also a member of the Ultrasound Working Group of EFIM.