Healthcare professionals can improve their knowledge and skills through educational opportunities available at the event through conferences, workshops and training sessions. A wide variety of dedicated Continuing Medical Education (CME) accredited conferences provide professionals with the opportunity for growth in multiple fields and disciplinaries.
The upcoming edition will feature 14 CME conferences, 1 non-accredited educational forum, 400 plus international and regional speakers, and over 5,300 delegates.
With the aim of bridging the gap in medical knowledge, these carefully designed conferences will upgrade attendee knowledge through immersive educational tracks and provide the very latest updates and insights into cutting-edge procedures, techniques and skills. The sessions will take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre and the Conrad Dubai Hotel.
For instance, the newly introduced Midwifery Conference will focus on the contemporary role of the Midwife and will present an excellent opportunity to explore the challenges presented within this profession. Some of the other newly introduced accredited conferences include GI Endoscopy, Patient Experience, Primary Care, Anaesthesia and Pain Management, and Physical, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine.
Returning for its 20th edition is Arab Health’s Total Radiology Conference, which is a four-day scientific meeting, will shed light on the latest advances in medical imaging, accurate imaging diagnosis and improvement of care quality for radiology patients. While the 12th edition of the Obs & Gyne Conference is a four-day multi-focus event highlighting the fields of general Obs & Gyne as well as reproductive health, maternal health, minimally invasive surgery, foetal medicine, gyne-oncology and imaging. The agenda features local and international speakers providing the latest updates in the treatment, management and diagnoses of a range of disorders.
Construction is a trending topic in the healthcare sector with numerous projects being planned or under construction throughout the GCC. The ageing population, market competition, and the need to continually raise the bar in the delivery of care have kept healthcare organisations vigilant. While balancing these dynamics with financial resources has proven to be challenging, companies are confidently forging ahead with initiatives that are benefiting the entire sector. Arab Health will be hosting the Healthcare Infrastructure Conference this year to draw attention to the future of the healthcare infrastructure industry. The complimentary four-day non-CME conference will cover essential topics such as public, private partnerships, specialised healthcare facilities, healthcare facility accreditation and will provide crucial updates about healthcare projects in the GCC.