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Maarefah to empower healthcare professionals

DUBAI, January 29, 2016

Maarefah Management, a leading events, training and association management company, is set to help address the skill shortage challenge in the health industry by giving students access to all its healthcare and medical conference in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region.
Currently, there is a shortage of 7.2 million healthcare workers globally. According to the World Health Organisation, the healthcare industry will be short by 12.9 million workers by 2035.
The demand for healthcare professionals coupled with an ever-evolving and complex healthcare delivery illustrates the need for the regional healthcare industry to bridge the gap between increasing needs and current skills shortage.
Dr Doaa Said, managing director, said: “Knowledge is a powerful tool. At Maarefah Management, we believe knowledge should be shared to enable growth and transformation. 
"We are excited to offer healthcare students access to our conferences at a special rate. We believe that by engaging young leaders today we build a brighter and better healthcare tomorrow.”
By empowering undergraduates with learning experiences that are usually obtained only in working environments and through years of experience, students will be better equipped with valuable knowledge and guidance, said a statement.
To help achieve this, Maarefah now offers an exclusive discounted rate for students to attend CME-accredited conferences.
It will allow students a rare opportunity to network with experienced healthcare and medical professionals participating and attending the conferences, it said.
The soon-to-be healthcare professionals will learn about current challenges and solutions, advancements in technology, case studies and be given insights by industry professionals. The conferences will provide an added stimulus to student learning and enhance their academic education, it added. - TradeArabia News Service

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