Arab Health Congress expands 2017 meeting

The Arab Health Congress has added four new forums to its 2017 meeting in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Arab Health 2017 will offer 14 different clinical and nonclinical conferences with CME credits provided by the Cleveland Clinic. It will be held from January 30 through February 2.

The congress has added an oncology conference, which will focus on advances in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of different diseases. New radiation technologies, real-life case assessments, and a concentration on important regional cancer issues are among the scheduled topics.

Also, for the first time, there will be an emergency medicine conference to highlight emergency care in prehospital and hospital settings. The conference will present research, clinical findings, and best practices to improve patient outcomes, covering topics such as airway management and critical care.

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