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Dubai hosts the 19th Emirates Critical Care Conference, May 12‎ 03 May 2023
Dubai will host, on May 12, the 19th Emirates Critical Care Conference, and The 18th ‎World Federation of Critical Care Nurses (WFCCN) World Congress under the Patronage of the Sheikh ‎Hamdan bin Rashid Al ‎Maktoum ‎Award for Medical Sciences, at the Intercontinental Festival City Hotel in ‎Dubai from 12 to 14 May 2023.‎
The event, which was attended by 33 associations from 42 countries and more than 2,000 specialized ‎medical doctors and nursing cadres, sheds light on the latest technologies used in artificial respiration and ‎the latest medicines In addition, to the latest researchers of critical care science.‎
Dr. Hussain Nasser Al Rahma, Consultant and President of Critical Care Medicine Societies in the Arab ‎World, Chairman of the Conference, said that the event aims to bring together elite doctors, specialists and ‎researchers with experience in the field of intensive and critical care medicine in the Middle East and the ‎world to exchange experiences, discuss the latest advanced technologies and keep pace with innovations ‎and applicable research worldwide.‎
He pointed that the conference activities include 244 speakers, including 100 international speakers and 64 ‎regional speakers, in addition to 80 speakers from within the country, pointing out that the number of ‎lectures that will be reviewed during the three days reaches 255 lectures in 56 working sessions, in addition ‎to 4 workshops, pointing out that it will be on Sidelines of the conference Signing a number of qualitative ‎agreements with a number of international bodies that will benefit all parties.‎
He added that the conference in parallel to  The 5th Global Network on Emergency Medicine – GNEM and in ‎collaboration with The 5th Conference of Emirates Nursing Association Critical Care Chapter and the 18th ‎World Federation of Critical Care Nurses (WFCCN) World Congress and in conjunction with The 4th Regional ‎Neurocritical Care Meeting Neurocritical Care Society - MENA Chapter, The 18th International Pan Arab ‎Critical Care Medicine Society – IPACCMS Conference and The 14th Asia Africa Conference of the World ‎Federation of Intensive and Critical Care (WFSICC) and "InfoPlus Events" the organizing company.‎
H.E. Abdullah Bin Souqat, Executive Director of the Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al ‎Maktoum ‎Award for ‎Medical Sciences, said that the award follows the approach of the late Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al ‎‎Maktoum in supporting continuing medical education and serious medical conferences, especially those that ‎benefit state doctors in particular and regional doctors.‎
He explained the importance of the conference, especially since the scientific papers that he will discuss are ‎a summary of the experiences and research that critical care doctors have reached to share with the ‎attendees and exchange experiences, best practices and treatment protocols that they have reached since ‎the outbreak of the pandemic.‎
He pointed that the award will continue to work to achieve the goals and aspirations set by the late Sheikh ‎Hamdan bin Rashid since its launch in 1999 and will continue to support medical conferences and the ‎medical education process, which is essential for doctors and specialists to acquire scientific and practical ‎experiences and to develop and enhance their levels and expertise to serve patients.‎
‎32 international companies specializing in critical care devices and ventilators will participate in the ‎conference to showcase the latest devices and products in the field of critical care medicine.‎