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Get the opportunity to expand your knowledge and build valuable connections at the 49th Arab Health Congress, where you can engage with influential healthcare professionals and industry leaders shaping the future of healthcare.
The 2024 edition of the Arab Health congress will host 10 CME accredited conferences live, in-person from 29 January - 1 February 2024 at the Dubai World Trade Centre and Fairmont Dubai.
Join industry experts and dive deep into the future of healthcare, exploring the most cutting-edge topics and revolutionary technological advancements.
These activities have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
Dive into trending topics tailored to the industry's future. Network, gain CME credits, and advance your career to the forefront of the healthcare evolution!
The overview brochure contains comprehensive information about the congress, including the key sessions, what's new, and scientific committees.
"The experience was actually very helpful in many ways. The way the speakers have presented was amazing as everything was clear and organized"
"As always Arab Health Congress is our favorite station we stop by every year to witness the improvement in the healthcare field and meet those beautiful minds who update us and tell us about the future of our careers"
"It was academically enriching experience. Recent updates and newer technological advancements included in the conference helped me to upgrade my knowledge"
"Arab Health is an integral part of physicians lives in the UAE and we look forward to it every year to enrich our knowledge and improve patient care"
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 15 November 2023: Healthcare professionals and systems are facing increasing pressure as the estimated number of people living with diabetes worldwide stands at 537 million. Projections suggest this figure could rise to 783 million by 2045. However, cutting-edge tools and new technology are redefining the future of diabetes care and are set to alleviate this pressure by streamlining processes, enhancing patient care, and ultimately enabling patients to take more control.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 14 November 2023: Arab Health is to address the growing prominence of diabetes in the UAE and the wider Middle East and North
Africa (MENA) region by showcasing the latest technology and devices being utilised to fight the disease, as well as insights from several industry experts from Khalifa University in Abu Dhabi, Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City in Riyadh, and Kuwait University in Kuwait City.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2 November 2023: Surgical robots in the field of orthopaedics are transforming procedures and enhancing patient outcomes through the integration of machine precision with human expertise. This trend is being driven by several factors, such as the prevalence of hip and knee replacements, the shortage of physicians, and the growing acceptance of automated surgical instruments.