Dubai summit to focus on diabetic limbs
Dubai, July 23, 2013
The growing challenge posed by diabetes-related limb amputations will be the focus of a conference to be held in Dubai, starting on November 14.
The two-day fourth International Diabetic Foot Conference will be held in the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel and is CME accredited by Dubai Health Authority, said a statement.
Experts in the field will share their knowledge via the evidence-based and hands-on workshops with breakout sessions and plenary sessions to meet the needs of all attendees.
The programme highlights the excellence in diabetic foot care locally and from around the region. Presentations will be given by nurses, doctors, podiatrists and orthotists to emphasize the importance of interdisciplinary teamwork when holistically caring for the person with diabetes and foot ulcers.
The forum will be a combination of lectures, discussions, symposiums and interactive workshops. The Scientific Workshops will be CME accredited and will be conducted alongside industry workshops by our partners. - TradeArabia News Service
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