Sharjah, UAE, 27th February 2023, ZEXPRWIRE, The University Hospital Sharjah organized its tenth International Conference for Paediatrics and Neonatology from January 27-28. It’s considered one of the most successful well known paediatric conferences in the region. Duo to its specialty, regularity and number of registrations which exceeded seven hundreds of medical professionals, consultants and workers in the field of specialty. And in other supportive and related specialties such as intensive care for preterm infants, paediatric surgeries, diabetes, endocrinology and genetic diseases.
The tenth edition of the conference was distinguished by scientific and cultural diversity, as it brought together the pioneer speakers of specialization, not only from the Emirate of Sharjah, but it witnessed the participation of all Emirates at the local level, Arab countries had been represented at the regional level, such as: for example, but not limited to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Iraq, Being international conference it was open on the latest Scientific papers at the global level with the presence of speakers from the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium and India. The date of the conference, which was linked to the Arab Health Exhibition, added momentum in terms of the diversity of participants from many countries.
As usual, the conference is open to other auxiliary supportive specialties of paediatrics with the aim of coming up with recommendations that have a comprehensive benefit for patients. Therefore, doctors and scientists spoke in the field of paediatric orthopedic, endocrinology, and diagnostic radiology and laboratory tests.
In addition, the conference achieved the hospital’s Public-Private collaboration mission between the governmental hospitals and private medical providers’ sectors as the speakers and attendees were from both. Especially since the University Hospital Sharjah has one of the largest centres of excellence for mother and child health as it has state of the art NICU , Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Diabetes and Endocrinology, Haematology, Genetic and Genetic Diseases, Fertility and IVF Centre and Paediatric Surgeries.
For his part, Dr. Abdulaziz Al Muhairi, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of University Hospital Sharjah, said, “We always strive to support such conferences, which contribute to the continuous medical education process and raise the level of experience and competence of our doctors and caregivers in all medical specialties, as University Hospital Sharjah has a leading role in the field of medical education and training, which always seeks to build bridges of cooperation in this field with all partners at the local level and the regional environment, which will benefit the community.”
For his part, Conference Chairman Prof. Dr. Hakam Yassin, Consultant Paediatrician , Premature Care, Medical Director and Member of the Board of Trustees of University Hospital Sharjah, said: “Holding our annual conference is a fulfilment of our scientific mission for continuous medical education that includes exchanging experiences between specialized consultants from different medical schools and discussing research and modern scientific papers to move to effective applied stages in serving our patients, as our Emirate pledged to be proactive in providing distinguished health services and as a goal of the University Hospital in Sharjah to make these services under one roof.”
He continued: “Since we are integrated with the College of Medicine at the University of Sharjah, these scientific forums transfer a lot of experience to trainee doctors, students, and nursing staff. Doctors in all specialties also obtain accredited training hours, in addition to the scientific benefit.” He thanked those who attended the conference or participated in its success, promising them of better versions in the coming years to achieve world-class service in the health sector in the Emirate of Sharjah in particular and the United Arab Emirates in general.
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