Remote Healthcare Middle East 2016 to be held in Abu Dhabi
Published on 1 December 2015
The Westin Abu Dhabi will host Remote Healthcare Middle East on February 16-17 2016, it has been announced.
Network, learn and engage with industry visionaries
Remote Healthcare Middle East will be the region’s only event dedicated to improving healthcare access, effectiveness and technologies for remote and extreme environments. The conference has been developed at a pivotal time to provide a forum for regional experts, governments, NOC’s, IOC’s and NGO’s to discuss latest developments, solutions and future trends.
Developed, researched and created with the feedback and guidance of an elite board of advisors, the programme boasts an unrivalled speaker lineup, comprising of industry influencers from NGO’s, NOC’s, IOC’s, Hospitals, Military and Health Authorities. Over the course of the two days, delegates will have the opportunity to network, learn and engage with industry visionaries, dedicated to pushing the boundaries of technological advancements and innovative solutions in remote healthcare.
Fiona Barron, Project Manager for Clarion Events, organisers of Remote Healthcare Middle East, said: “The global remote healthcare market is in the midst of a transformational era of change in its approach, direction and technological responsiveness. Like the rest of the world the Middle East market is dedicated to implementing pioneering healthcare systems and strategies to ensure the protection of employees in remote locations. The Middle East is committed to revolutionising the healthcare industry through the integration and adoption of next generation solutions and effective healthcare services.”
Remote medicine under one umbrella
Ahmed Alhajeri, Deputy CEO, National Ambulance Company LLC and a confirmed speaker at Remote Healthcare Middle East said: “This conference brings all aspects of remote medicine under one umbrella and is of benefit for the clinician and non-clinician alike”
The event will provide an un-missable forum for experts to discuss the future of remote healthcare in the region. Topics will cover the breadth of remote healthcare and provide a 360 degree perspective of the most pressing industry challenges from; resuscitation and medevac to disaster crisis and security management. In addition attendees will benefit from a choice of four interactive workshops, which provide an in-depth exploration of critical factors in remote healthcare through a practical skills based session.
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