Emergency Medicine Conference

27-28 January 2020 | Dubai World Trade Centre

"Enabling contemporary best practice in the field of Emergency Medicine"

This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

4th Emergency Medicine Conference:

Together with the Emirates Society of Emergency Medicine (ESEM), Arab Health brings you the 4th Emergency Medicine conference with an even bigger and better conference agenda!

With the globalisation of Emergency Medicine being well recognised as integral within public health and primary and secondary disease prevention, it is essential that this integrated system of emergency care is centralised around the most up-to-date evidence based best practice.

Join our host of regional expert speakers to discuss the future of emergency medicine, and identify the latest tools, techniques and technologies, supporting the development of quality and advanced emergency health provision.

What's new:

  • All new conference agenda topics
  • Inclusion of dedicated critical care focused sessions
  • New speakers and agenda content
  • Focus on pre-hospital care technique provides dedicated platform for allied healthcare professionals

Benefits of attending:

  • Review the latest and most innovative techniques in addressing complex critical care cases
  • Explore the unique challenges faced when providing pre-hospital emergency care and identify the best practice for improved patient outcomes
  • Demonstrate practical skills on how to deal with respirology related emergencies for enhanced care provision
  • Discuss clinical application of psychiatry in emergency settings and identify strategies to appropriately handle patients requiring psychological intervention
  • Evaluate current and emerging technologies for the efficient management of the emergency department 

Key topics:

  • Prehospital Care
  • Administration
  • Critical Care
  • Respirology
  • Psychiatric emergencies
  • Controversial debates in EM
  • Disaster preparedness

Who should attend:

  • Emergency physicians/consultants
  • Heads/Chiefs of Emergency Department/Paramedics/Critical Care/ICU
  • Allied healthcare professionals
  • Paramedical/ambulatory care/emergency medical technicians, first responders
  • Forensics and diagnostics medicine practitioners
  • Trauma surgeons
  • Military/army/police doctors/physicians
  • Physicians/consultants/specialists - trauma, burns, critical care units