In its 16th year of participation, Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) today announced the launch of a Professional Development Program with accredited sessions, offering up to 12 CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points during all four days of Arab Health from 27-30 January at the Dubai World Trade Center.
More than 20 sessions are being offered on the DHCC stand (Hall 6, A30) across topics such as medication management, genomics, cyber threat, preventing burnout, and digital marketing. The sessions will be presented by health and industry professionals from entities including Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences; Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland; Al Jalila Children's Speciality Hospital; American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Hospital; Okadoc; Priory Wellbeing Centre Dubai; Igloo - Digital Marketing Agency; ABLE UK (Advanced Behavioural Learning Environment); Janssen Pharmaceutica; and SpiderSilk.
In line with its commitment towards increasing competencies in the health sector, the DHCC program is open to companies based in the free zone as well as members of the public. Several sessions will be interactive to ensure audience participation including a virtual reality experience session that will explore how Schizophrenia, a mental health disorder, affects people.
Dr. Ramadan AlBlooshi, Chief Regulatory Officer, Dubai Healthcare City Authority said, “We strive to develop the health sector and enrich learning through effective tools. Introducing such a program will be supporting our efforts, equipping members of the DHCC community and other stakeholders with professional knowledge that they can apply in their work environments and everyday lives."