Key leaders at Dubai critical care summit
Dubai, April 2, 2012
Leaders in healthcare will focus on leading-evidence base science through informative thematic lectures, pro-con debates, workshops and interactive meetings at an upcoming critical care conference in Dubai.
The eighth Emirates Critical Care Conference (ECCC) will be held from April 5 to 7 at Event Centre, Dubai Festival City.
MCI Middle East, a leading event management company, will be organising the conference in conjunction with the fourth Asia Africa conference of the World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine (WFSICCM) and the 8th International Pan Arab Critical Care Medicine Society (IPACCMS).
It is supported by the Dubai Health Authority and Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Medical Sciences.
The ECCC-Dubai 2012 is a place where doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, and other professionals with an interest in critical care collaborate on shared knowledge across disciplines, departments and institutions.
It is one of the most significant teambuilding events in critical care community in the Middle East, with more than 1000 attendees, 60 International faculty, and more than 120 sessions over 3 days.
The conference will host three parallel scientific meetings, symposiums, courses, workshops, and council meetings over 3 days with exhibition space for over 25 exhibitors.
The ECCC courses will revolve around Emotional Intelligence Training, Presentation Skills Training and Learn Six Sigma Training - Yellow Belt along with the hands on workshops on Therapeutic Hypothermia, Novel Methods of Ventilation and Nutrition in the critically ill patient. – TradeArabia News Service
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