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New courses at Arab Health

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2016-09-02

The Arab Health Exhibition and Congress (30 January to 2 February 2017), organised by Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, launches practical clinician-led educational courses for 2017.

 - The Arab Health Exhibition and Congress (30 January to 2 February 2017) will be held in Dubai.
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The Arab Health Exhibition and Congress (30 January to 2 February 2017) will be held in Dubai.

Hands-on-Training (HoT) is the first global knowledge platform developed in collaboration with international experts to teach advanced techniques in cardiology, neurology, surgery, gastroenterology, urology, oncology and radiology on state-of-the-art equipment – presented at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.

These advanced medical hands-on-training courses will take place during all four days of the upcoming Arab Health Exhibition & Congress in the popular Saeed Hall at the Dubai World Trade Centre, in Dubai. Hands-on-training provides the opportunity for clinicians to learn and practice new and existing techniques utilising cutting edge equipment. Courses will be delivered by world-renowned experts.

The current range of courses includes surgical medical training using 3D printed soft models, advanced techniques in minimally invasive bariatric surgery and proton therapy treatment planning and delivery, education across the cardiology continuum, advanced applications of CT, MRI and ultrasound image interpretations plus new procedures in urology. According to Dr Tahira Rashid, the Head of Development at Informa Life Sciences “This new training platform allows physicians and surgeons to employ the latest innovations into the context of clinical and daily practice while visiting Arab Health”.

Arab Health hosts the first advanced medical training courses specifically designed to maximise delegates knowledge and time out of the clinic. It is expected that more courses will be announced in the next few weeks as global players show their support to advance healthcare education at Arab Health.