Gulf Education and Training Exhibition 2017 set to kick off with new features & wider scope

  • Over 2,000 multidisciplinary undergraduate, postgraduate & training courses to be showcased
  • Event to highlight more than 250 master and doctorate degree programs 

The Gulf Education and Training Exhibition (GETEX), the region’s leading student recruitment event, is all set to open its doors in Dubai this year, offering new learning initiatives and covering a wider scope of courses to help address the

Quality & Business Management Conference explores prospects of employing innovation in supporting knowledge-based economy

Image-2.jpg Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) has commenced preparations to launch Quality and Business Management Conference under the theme ‘Business Innovation: Imperative for Knowledge Economy.’ This will take place on the sidelines of the ‘Innovation Arabia 9 – Annual Congress 2016, which will be

SEHA successfully concludes 1st Abu Dhabi Pharmacy Conference with call for best pharmacy practices, medication safety and adoption of 'smart' technologies in the Pharmacy practices

Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), an independent public joint stock company that owns and operates all public hospitals and clinics across the emirate, has revealed the successful conclusion of the first edition of the Abu Dhabi Pharmacy Conference (AdPhaC), an event that aims to bring together the most recognized names in healthcare and pharmacy practice, which ran recently at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).

Dubai Critical Care conference to discuss latest trends and insights for the Critically ill patient

Logo-x.jpg Prime Hospital, a leading healthcare provider in the UAE, will be organizing the Dubai Critical Care Conference, which will kick off on Friday February 26, 2016 and will run until February 28, 2016 at the Le Meridien Hotel, Al Garhoud

Saudi Arabia healthcare market currently valued at SAR 108.59 billion

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s (KSA) health sector is expected to drive in a demand for 70,000 more hospital beds by 2016. Looking to address this, the Kingdom is currently witnessing increased construction activity for medical facilities and infrastructure, including the current construction of five new medical cities and 132 hospitals. The vibrancy of the segment has resulted in the Saudi Arabian healthcare market being worth over SAR 108.59 billion (USD 28.99 billion).