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Dr Ahmed Shahda

Stage set for Bahrain Health Regulatory Conference, Exhibition

MANAMA, September 7, 2022

The stage is all set for the Second Bahrain Health Regulatory Conference and Exhibition from September 29 to October 1, 2022, at the Bahrain Conference Centre of the Crowne Plaza Bahrain.
The event is expected to see the participation of Bahrain and Gulf-based health care providers, such as hospitals, government and private health centres, medical device companies, hospitals and insurance companies.
The event that aims to promote the quality of health and medical services in the region will be hosted by the BDA Center under the patronage of Supreme Council of Health Chairman Lieutenant General Doctor Sheikh Mohamed Bin Abdullah Al-Khalifa.
Full readiness
BDA Centre CEO Dr Ahmed Shahda extended his appreciation to National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA) CEO Dr Mariam Adhbi Al Jalahma for actively following up on the course of organising the conference and ensuring its full readiness to achieve its objectives. 
Meanwhile Dr Shahda, who is a member of the Executive Committee that is organising the event, also commended efforts of Dr Azhar Naseeb, Chief of Clinical Trials & Continuing Professional Development Regulations Departments – NHRA, and Scientific Committee Chairperson.
"The Conference's Executive Committee, which includes Dr Al Jalahma and Dr Naseeb, is in constant contact with the rest of the committees and organisers to ensure the success of this conference, which is regarded as one of the largest and most comprehensive health and medical conferences in Bahrain,” said Dr Shahda.
Landmark event
While welcoming all public and private health sector stakeholders to the conference, Dr Shahda emphasised the significance of the landmark event.
“The event aims to bring together healthcare providers, pharmaceutical industries, healthcare organisations, patient safety, medical educators, and accreditation experts from around the world to share insights on implementing and managing health regulations, as well as attract key healthcare professionals from Bahrain, the GCC region, and beyond.”-- TradeArabia News Service


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