Leading U.S.-based international healthcare group provides Continuing Medical Education accreditation for Arab Health 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates. January 26, 2019: Almost 40 senior physicians from international health system Cleveland Clinic will attend this year’s edition of the Arab Health Exhibition and Congress in Dubai, with the hospital’s experts again providing Continuing Medical Education (CME) accreditation for the event’s conference program.
Physicians from three Cleveland Clinic locations – main campus in Ohio, Abu Dhabi, and London which is under-development – will attend Arab Health, at Dubai World Trade Centre from January 28 to 31. Physicians will be speaking during conference sessions, many of them are directors or committee members involved in planning specialist programs within the conference.
Some of the cutting-edge topics being discussed by Cleveland Clinic physicians during Arab Health 2019 include:
- Access to surgery is essential for women diagnosed with endometriosis, with Tommaso Falcone M.D., Chief of Staff, Chief Academic Officer and Medical Director of Cleveland Clinic London;
- Living donor liver transplantation, with Antonio Pinna M.D., Director, Liver Transplant and Hepatobiliary Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi;
- Advanced endoscopic surgeries to treat disorders within the digestive system, with Matthew Kroh M.D., Chairman, Digestive Disease Institute, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Associate Professor of Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine;
- Challenges and opportunities in treating adolescents and young adults with cancer, with Rabi Hanna M.D., Chairman – Department of Paediatric Haematology-Oncology & BMT, Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital.