Dubai, The Gulf Observer: The United Arab Emirates is further displaying the importance of the healthcare sector as it is set to host three healthcare events next week in Dubai where more than 4,000 healthcare professionals and participants are expected to attend.
Around 140 expert speakers will deliver 110 scientific sessions, and over 40 participating countries will also be present and more than 130 brands will be on display throughout the exhibition halls.
The UAE’s Vision 2040 puts healthcare as a priority sector for the UAE government, and highlights the leadership’s commitment to the healthcare sector as one of the key drivers of growth within the UAE’s healthcare market, particularly given that public spending accounts for over two-thirds of overall healthcare expenditure.
Running concurrently from October 25th-27th, the Dubai World Trade Centre will host the 10th edition of Dubai Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery Conference and Exhibition (Dubai Otology), the 9th edition of International Family Medicine Conference and Exhibition (IFM 2022), and the 7th edition of the Annual Radiology Meeting (ARM 2022).
Amb. Dr. Abdul Salam Al Madani, Executive Chairman of Dubai Otology, International Family Medicine Conference and Exhibition (IFM), Annual Radiology Meeting (ARM), and Chairman of INDEX Holding, stated, “Our wise leadership in the UAE has set a guiding example of why investing in healthcare and continuous education has the power to lift a nation into the forefront of civilisation, which also gives us the ability to help others.”
“Dubai Otology, IFM, and ARM are set to take place in a way that will gather numerous healthcare professionals together to interact with the public, for direct communication with these experts will leave a valuable and long-lasting impression on the public. We look forward to seeing everyone learn and develop their skills and education,” he added.
All three conferences and exhibitions are held annually by INDEX Conferences and Exhibitions Org. Est. – a member of INDEX Holding, an Emirati owned and operated organisation that holds some of the largest international events in the region.