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Date posted: October 22, 2011

The world’s largest multi-track healthcare congress comprising of 18 internationally accredited conferences.

On 23 – 26 January 2012

At Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre

  • 5th Middle East Anaesthesia Conference
  • 5th Middle East Interventional Cardiovascular conference
  • 4th Middle East Gastroenterology Conference
  • 12th Middle East Medical Imaging & Diagnostics Conference
  • Leaders in Healthcare 2012
  • MEDLAB 2012
  • 2nd Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Cancer Therapy Conference
  • 8th Middle East Orthopaedics Conference
  • 5th Middle East Paediatrics Conference
  • 3rd Middle East Quality Management in Healthcare Conference
  • 11th Middle East Surgery Conference
  • 5th Middle East Urology Conference
  • 2nd Chronic Respiratory and Sleep Diseases (CRSD) – Update
  • Medical Education in the 21st Century

On 25th January 2012

The Medical Education in the 21st Century conference will be a new addition to the Arab Health Congress.  Recognising the need for a medical education based conference, this programme will aim to introduce key issues that are related to the current trends, innovations and directions in medical education.

 This one-day programme is designed to cover a wide range of topics: from leadership to accreditation, to teaching in different settings. As such, the topics will educate and enhance the knowledge of those who teach, as well as those who learn in order to improve medical education in the UAE and abroad.

  • Review the various methods of teaching in different settings
  • Discuss how to achieve proper leadership in medical education
  • Assess the professional boundaries between students, teachers, and patients
  • Describe clinical training, using the Sharjah Clinical and Surgical Training Centre as a model
  • Identify how practicing surgeons can learn new skills in simulation

Topics covered:

  • Leadership in medical education
  • Outcome based education
  • Programme evaluation
  • Teaching and learning in different settings
  • Workplace based assessment
  • Standards and accreditation

Source : http://arabhealthonline.com/

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