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Arab Neonatal Medical Congress Brochure v8

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Arab Neonatal Medical Congress Brochure v8

  1. 1. An Initiative By: Promoting and enhancing quality and evidence-based care for our neonates Congress: 25 - 26 February 2016 Post-Congress Workshops: 27 February 2016 www.arabpediatriccongress.com KEY BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: • Meet top regional and international experts discussing the most pressing concerns in the field of neonatology • Learn and continue your professional and medical development by earning CME credits • Review best strategies to overcome the most challenging medical problems facing neonatologists • Network and build relationships with peers in the field of neonatology • Participate in practical workshops given by world- leading experts in selected areas • Submit your abstract to get recognized and get a chance to be a winner of the Arab Paediatric and Neonatal Medical Research Awards Strategic Partner Diamond Sponsor Titanium Sponsor Media Partners Platinum Sponsors Bronze Sponsor (Rare Diseases Symposium) Associate Partner (Rare Diseases Symposium) Supported by Lanyard SponsorExhibitors ResearchAwards PanelDiscussions Presentations Workshops Networking 21 CME Credit HoursFEATURING
  2. 2. For more information or to register, contact us at +971 4 361 9616, info@arabpediatriccongress.com or visit www.arabpediatriccongress.com Scientific Board Dr. Anton Tan, Consultant Paediatrician and Neonatologist, Danat Al Emarat Hospital, UAE Dr. Fatma Sultan Al Olama, Consultant and Head of Child Healthcare Unit, Dubai Healthcare Authority (DHA), UAE Dr. Jubara Alallah, Consultant Neonatologist and Director of Saudi Neonatal Resuscitation Program, King Abdulaziz Medical City, KSA Dr. Mahmoud Saleh Elhalik, Consultant Neonatologist, Head of Paediatric and NICU, Head of Health Informatics Unit and NRP Regional Trainer, Latifa Hospital, UAE Dr. Monika Kaushal, Head of Paediatric and Neonatology Department, Zulekha Hospital, UAE Dr. Zakariya Al-Salam, Consultant Neonatologist, Head, Department of Paediatrics and Neonatology, Oasis Hospital, UAE Exclusive Speaker Faculty includes Dr. Arif Faquih, Consultant Neonatologist, Latifa Hospital, UAE Dr. Arif Khan, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist and Epileptologist; Head of Children's Services, American Center for Psychiatry and Neurology, UAE Dr. Ashish Satpathy, Neonatologist and Paediatrician and NICU Intensivist, NMC Healthcare, UAE Dr. Fatma Sultan AlOlama, Consultant and Head of Child Healthcare Unit, Dubai Healthcare Authority (DHA), UAE Dr. Hakam Yaseen, Consultant Neonatologist, Head of Paediatric and Neonatology Department, Medical Director (CMO) and Professor of Paediatrics, University Hospital Sharjah, UAE Dr. Huda Sadek, Consultant General Paediatrics and Neurodevelopment, Mafraq Hospital, UAE Dr. Iviano Ossuetta, Head of Department, Paediatrics and Neonatology, Danat Al Emarat Women and Children's Hospital, UAE Dr. Jubara Alallah, Consultant Neonatologist and Director of Saudi Neonatal Resuscitation Program, King Abdulaziz Medical City, KSA Dr. Mahmoud Saleh Elhalik, Consultant Neonatologist, Head of Paediatric and NICU, Head of Health Informatics Unit and NRP Regional Trainer, Latifa Hospital, UAE Dr. May Al-Khunaizi, CEO and Dean of Saad College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences; Consultant Neonatologist and NRP Regional Trainer, Saad Specialist Hospital, KSA Dr. Manzoor Ahmed, Paediatrician and Neonatologist, University Hospital Sharjah, UAE Dr. Monika Kaushal, Head of Paediatric and Neonatology Department, Zulekha Hospital, UAE Dr. Musaddaq Inayat, Consultant Neonatologist and Paediatrician, International Modern Hospital, UAE Dr. Rajesh Sharma, Consultant Neonatologist, Corniche Hospital, UAE Dr. Said Al Hallak, Neonatologist and Chief of Neonatology Department, Kouba Hospital, Algeria Dr. Sufwan Alomar, Consultant Neonatologist, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar Dr. Zahreddin Abusalah, Consultant Neonatologist and Head of NICU; Chairman of Education and Reasearch Committee, MediClinic City Hospital, UAE Dr. Zakariya Al-Salam, Consultant Neonatologist, Head, Department of Paediatrics and Neonatology, Oasis Hospital, UAE PREVIOUS SPONSORS
  3. 3. The 2nd Arab Neonatal Medical Congress has been designed and intended to provide an innovative and comprehensive overview of the latest developments in neonatology. This year’s conference theme will focus on the practical management and latest evidence-based clinical data that will highlight key strategies to overcome challenges facing neonatologists in the region. This congress will also feature interactive case-studies, panel discussions, educational workshops, networking sessions and platform presentations on current issues and recent advances on neonatal medicine including Neonatal Resuscitation, Nutrition and Gastroenterology, Infectious Diseases and Neonatal Critical Care. EVENT OVERVIEW • Heads of neonatology • Neonatologists • Paediatricians • General Physicians • Midwives “It is well organized and to have a neonatology conference with general paediatric is an excellent step.” Dr. Muna Al-Jufairi, Salmaniya Medical Complex “It gives me great pleasure to write about my experience in attending the congress. It is really very well organised with a very helpful team, especially the support of the registration desk. Thanks a lot and I hope to meet you again at another conference. ” Dr. Manal Mustafa, Latifa Hospital What attendees say about our past neonatal conferences WHO SHOULD ATTEND For more information or to register, contact us at +971 4 361 9616, info@arabpediatriccongress.com or visit www.arabpediatriccongress.com
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Congress Day One Thursday, 25 February 2016 For more information or to register, contact us at +971 4 361 9616, info@arabpediatriccongress.com or visit www.arabpediatriccongress.com 12:20 Prayer and Lunch break 13:30 Air leak syndrome and Pneumothorax in pre-term babies • Understanding the etiology and pathophysiology of air leak syndrome • Recognising manifestations and incidence of air leak complications • Describing the general management and clinical strategies in the treatment of pulmonary air leak syndrome Dr. Sufwan Alomar, Consultant Neonatologist, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar DISCUSSING NEUROLOGIC DISORDERS AND NEONATAL DEVELOPMENT 14:00 Discussing neurodevelopmental outcomes in very low birth weight infants • Reviewing literature review on neurodevelopmental outcome in premature babies • Discussing follow up reports form EPICure and EPIPAGE studies highlighting risk factors, incidence and prevalence of different categories of neurodevelopmental disorder • Overview on studies in Middle East region Dr. Huda Sadek, Consultant General Paediatrics and Neurodevelopment, Mafraq Hospital, UAE 14:30 Managing neonatal seizures: An update • Understanding different classifications of neonatal seizures • Defining the main criteria in diagnosing and treating neonatal seizures • Reviewing existing, abundant data regarding the treatment of neonatal seizures with anti-seizure medications Dr. Arif Khan, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist and Epileptologist; Head of Children's Services, American Center for Psychiatry and Neurology, UAE 15:00 Networking coffee break REVIEWING NEONATAL GASTROENTEROLOGY AND NUTRITION 15:30 Developing infant nutrition and probiotics as an immune nutrient • Looking at appropriate clinical targets and benefits of probiotic use • Examining the effective role of probiotics for immune protection • Discussing the clinical and physiological benefits of nutrition interventions for infants and neonates Dr. Ashish Satpathy, Neonatologist and Paediatrician and NICU Intensivist, NMC Healthcare, UAE 16:00 Reviewing medical management of necrotizing enterocolitis and its early predictors • Learning different contributing factors in the patho physiology of necrotizing enterocolitis • Identifying clinical risk factors that predicts the development of necrotizing enterocolitis • Describing current clinical approaches and updates in the prevention and treatment of necrotizing enterocolitis Dr. Monika Kaushal, Head of Paediatric and Neonatology Department, Zulekha Hospital, UAE 16:30 Growth outcomes of very low-birth weight infants • Recognising deficits that very low infants have at discharge • Defining protein importance for catch-up growth and to promote lean body mass • Learning about the challenges in doing growth assessment; the necessary measuring and plotting tools; and how to interpret and use growth data ethically and effectively Dr. Rajesh Sharma, Consultant Neonatologist, Corniche Hospital, UAE 17:00 Closing remarks from chairman and end of day one 08:00 Registration, coffee and networking 08:40 Welcome from Maarefah Management 08:50 Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks Dr. Zakariya Al-Salam, Consultant Neonatologist, Head, Department of Paediatrics and Neonatology, Oasis Hospital, UAE REVIEWING GLOBAL CHALLENGES AND CONTROVERSIES IN NEONATAL HEALTH 09:00 Opening Keynote Address: Strengthening Dubai Health Authority’s efforts in developing a comprehensive neonatal screening programme Dr. Fatma Sultan Al Olama, Consultant and Head of Child Healthcare Unit, Dubai Healthcare Authority (DHA), UAE 09:40 Key leaders’ interactive panel discussion: Discussions on current concepts in strengthening health systems and improving health outcomes for neonatal patients • Discussing government initiatives and strategies implemented across GCC to overcome challenges • Optimizing innovative approaches in both maternal health and newborn health Panellists: Dr. Zakariya Al-Salam, Consultant Neonatologist, Head, Department of Paediatrics and Neonatology,Oasis Hospital, UAE Dr. Mahmoud Saleh Elhalik, Consultant Neonatologist, Head of Paediatric and NICU, Head of Health Informatics Unit and NRP Regional Trainer, Latifa Hospital, UAE Dr. Hakam Yaseen, Consultant Neonatologist, Head of Paediatric and Neonatology Department, Medical Director (CMO) and Professor of Paediatrics, University Hospital Sharjah, UAE Dr. Jubara Alallah, Consultant Neonatologist and Director of Saudi Neonatal Resuscitation Program, King Abdulaziz Medical City, KSA 10:20 Networking coffee break MANAGING NEONATAL PULMONOLOGY 10:50 Managing resuscitation and respiratory support: Best practices and new approaches • Understanding hospital policy and planning necessary equipment and personnel as key aspects of neonatal resuscitation • Ensuring timely and accurate communication between the obstetric team and neonatal resuscitation team • Establishing a checklist of pertinent history of risk status, role assignments of each team member and equipment available Dr. Musaddaq Inayat, Consultant Neonatologist and Paediatrician, International Modern Hospital, UAE 11:20 Managing Respiratory Syncytial Viral Infection and Immunoprophylaxis • Understanding how Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) infection • Reviewing the epidemiology and the impact infection of RSV in children • Updating current clinical practice for RSV infection immunoprophylaxis • Reviewing clinical evidence: Palivizumab for prophylaxis of severe RSV infection in infants • Describe the short and long term outcomes of RSV prophylaxis and the burden of the disease • Describing local based experience on the AAP’s modified current guidelines used Dr. Arif M Faquih, Consultant Neonatology, Acting In-Charge, NICU, Latifa Hospital, UAE 11:50 Understanding Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension of the Newborn (PPHN) • Understanding changes in the mechanisms that underlines pulmonary hypertension syndromes in neonates • Achieving reduced pulmonary resistance and learning about modern approaches to the management of pulmonary hypertension and techniques for minimizing secondary lung injury • Identify strategies for the treatment of persistent pulmonary hypertension in the newborn Dr. Manzoor Ahmed, Paediatrician and Neonatologist, University Hospital Sharjah, UAE
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For more information or to register, contact us at +971 4 361 9616, info@arabpediatriccongress.com or visit www.arabpediatriccongress.com Congress Day Two Friday, 26 February 2016 08:30 Registration, coffee and networking 08:50 Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks DISCUSSING NEONATAL HAEMODYNAMICS AND CARDIOLOGY 09:00 Managing neonatal hypertension • Highlighting the physiology of neonatal hypertension • Discussing issues surrounding diagnosis • Discussing management strategies for the condition Dr. Iviano Ossuetta, Head of Department, Paediatrics and Neonatology, Danat Al Emarat Women and Children's Hospital, UAE 09:30 Discussing controversial issues on intraventricular haemorrhage in preterm infants • Timing of screening for intraventricular haemorrhage • Prevention of intraventricular haemorrhage by fresh frozen plasma • Grading score of intraventricular haemorrhage UPDATING STRATEGIES FOR NEONATAL AND FETAL CRITICAL CARE 10:00 Networking break 10:30 The regionalisation of NICU care and quality outcome Dr. May Al-Khunaizi, CEO and Dean of Saad College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences, Consultant Neonatologist and NRP Regional Trainer, Saad Specialist Hospital, KSA 11:00 Understanding first hour of age in very low birth weight Infants (The golden hour) • Providing brief guidance to NICU staff in order to timely assist and effectively manage care of premature infants from the first 60 minutes of life in the labor room and NICU • Discussing important risk factors concerning morbidity and mortality of premature infants. Dr. Zakariya Al Salam, Consultant Neonatologist, Head, Department of Paediatrics and Neonatology, Oasis Hospital, UAE 11:30 Weaning of mechanical ventilation in preterm infants: What is the best technique? • Defining failure of extubation in neonates • Identifying predictors of successful weaning/extubation • Learning techniques of weaning SIMV Dr. Hakam Yaseen, Consultant Neonatologist, Head of Paediatric and Neonatology Department, Medical Director (CMO) and Professor of Paediatrics, University Hospital Sharjah, UAE 12:00 Trends and technology for neonatology Dr. Said Al Hallak, Neonatologist and Chief of Neonatology Department, Kouba Hospital, Algeria 12:30 Prayer and lunch break MANAGING NEONATAL INFECTION 13:30 Neonates and the developing immune system • Learning the development of fetal and immune system • Applying principles of neonatal immunisation • Understanding the sequence of events that initiates an immune response 14:00 Overcoming challenges in the diagnosis and management of neonatal sepsis • Discussing lack of specific symptoms’ and signs and the absence of optimal diagnostic tests add to the challenge of early detection and management of these infections • Mitigating high incidence of neonatal sepsis particularly in preterm newborns and the high mortality rate along with its long-term effects on growth and development of survivals, necessitate prompt and adequate intervention to save this vulnerable population of newborns • Reviewing antibiotic resistance and catastrophic consequences in neonatal sepsis Dr. Mahmoud Saleh ElHalik, Consultant Neonatologist, Head of Paediatric and NICU, Head of Health Informatics Unit and NRP Regional Trainer, Latifa Hospital, UAE 14:30 Defining neonatal amoebiasis: An overview and a case series • Providing an insight into neonatal amoebiasis that was long associated with older children and adults. • Transforming the approach and clinical management of term and preterm babies • Raising the awareness of the higher incidence of this infection in the neonatal age group • Highlighting the reliable use of newer tests available to make the diagnosis • Reviewing published data on an interesting series of cases of neonatal amoebiasis that was successfully managed and treated at the neonatal intensive care Dr. Zahreddin Abusalah, Consultant Neonatologist and Head of NICU; Chairman of Education and Reasearch Committee, MediClinic City Hospital, UAE 15:00 Networking coffee break UNDERSTANDING NEONATAL METABOLIC AND RARE DISORDERS 15:30 Metabolic disorders of the newborn • Recognizing early detectors of metabolic disorders in neonates • Understanding metabolic pathway and the mechanisms of disease presentation • Applying principles of neonatal screening and treatment 16:00 Prevention and management of neonatal hypoglycemia • Understanding the normal neonatal glucose homeostasis • Describing the characteristics of neonatal glycemia • Learning practical approaches and diagnostic strategies for the treatment of neonatal hypoglycemia Dr. Zahreddin Abusalah, Consultant Neonatologist and Head of NICU; Chairman of Education and Reasearch Committee, MediClinic City Hospital, UAE 16:30 Inborn metabolism error of the newborn • Understanding the underlying genetic mechanisms of inborn errors of metabolism • Utilizing new born screening tests to diagnose • Managing practical treatment strategies and options for critically ill newborns with inborn errors 17:00 Closing remarks from chairman and end of day two “Thank you for the well prepared, highly organised, and informative lectures. We enjoyed attending.” Dr. Nisreen Al-Zaki, Qateef Central Hospital “Workshops on developmental neonatal hemodynamics and cerebral palsy were well conducted” Joy Chungath, Royale City Clinic, Kuwait
  6. 6. For more information or to register, contact us at +971 4 361 9616, info@arabpediatriccongress.com or visit www.arabpediatriccongress.com Workshops: Congress Day 3 Saturday, 27 February 2016 08:30 Registration, coffee and networking 09:00 - 11:00 Workshop A: Getting beyond Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Learning objectives: • Demonstrate the use of high fidelity simulation in advanced complex neonatal resuscitation scenarios • Develop team communication skills • Develop learning modules to use with advanced subspecialty fellows • Learn to use checklists and video feedback and as an effective method of teaching technical and team communication skills to those in training Workshop leader: Dr. Jubara Alallah, Consultant Neonatologist and Director of Saudi Neonatal Resuscitation Program, King Abdulaziz Medical City, KSA About the workshop leader: Dr. Jubara Alallah is an Assistant Professor of Paediatrics and Consultant Neonatologist at King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-HS), King Abdulaziz Medical City-Jeddah Ministry of National Guard. She is also the Director of Perinatal-Neonatal Fellowship Program and Saudi Perinatal-Neonatal Fellowship Program Coordinator (WR, SR and NR). She obtained her medical college degree from King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah; she then obtained her neonatal perinatal fellowship sub specialist at University of Manitoba, Canada. Dr. Alallah also is a board member of the Saudi Neonatology Society involved in a lot of scientific activities across the country. She published several papers and she is an editorial board of Journal of Clinical Neonatology as well as a reviewer in neonatal and paediatric journals. She is the Director of Saudi Neonatal Resuscitation Program which focuses on basic and advanced resuscitation skills for newly born infants. She has developed the standard of national neonatal resuscitation program and many simulation courses in neonatal resuscitation across the country. 11:00 Networking break 11:30–13:30 Workshop B: Reviewing non-invasive ventilation support in neonates Learning objectives: • Discuss the evolving trends in the management of preterm infants with Respiratory Distress Syndrome • Identify factors that contribute to the need of mechanical ventilation in preterm infants • Analyze the impact of non-invasive ventilator support on chronic lung disease Workshop leader: Dr. Monika Kaushal, Head of Paediatric and Neonatology Department, Zulekha Hospital, UAE About the workshop leader: Dr. Monika Kaushal is a consultant Neonatologist and Head of Paediatric and Neonatology Department at Zulekha Hospital, Dubai. She is a licensed NRP instructor and has been involved in teaching nurses and registrars, making protocols building up the unit reputation across the city and other emirates. She had her fellowship from the Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health, UK in 2009. She had her DM in Neonatology from the Prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India and Masters in Pediatrics from PGIMER, India. She had 10 papers published in indexed journals and she received the ‘Young Scientist Award’ at the 13th Congress of the Federation of Asia and Oceania Prenatal Societies in 11th Congress of the Perinatal Society of Malaysia ion 2004. 13:30 Lunch break 14:30–16:30 Workshop C: Discussing hypothermia: Whole body cooling hypothermia in neonates Learning objectives: • Discuss first cases of clinical application of therapeutic hypothermia • Identify factors which predispose the neonate to heat loss • Analyze the impact of possible disadvantages of hypothermia in neonates Workshop leader: Dr. Rajesh Sharma, Consultant Neonatologist, Corniche Hospital, UAE About the workshop leader: Dr. Rajesh Sharma graduated from SMS Medical College, Jaipur, India and then completed MD from Medical College, Ajmer, India. He was awarded ‘Best Student Award’ for overall excellence in academic and extracurricular activities during medical school. He moved to the UK in 2002. His first post was at Queen Charlotte and Chelsea Hospital, London in 2002. He soon joined the 5 year North London Paediatric fellowship to complete his CCT- British Board certification in Neonatal Medicine. Since September 2009, he worked as Consultant Neonatologist in a tertiary level intensive care unit at Ninewells University Hospital & Medical School, Dundee, Scotland on a substantive post. In December 2012, he moved to Abu Dhabi to join largest neonatal unit of UAE-Corniche Hospital with a 64 beded tertiary level neonatal unit. Dr. Sharma’s area of interest has always been Neonatal Intensive care. He had a year of advance training in paediatric emergency medicine. He has strong interest in teaching and training which he continue to pursue in form of lectures, workshops, publications and reviewing articles for indexed journals.
  7. 7. For more information or to register, contact us at +971 4 361 9616, info@arabpediatriccongress.com or visit www.arabpediatriccongress.com Registration and Payment Policy • All participants must register prior to congress admission. • Pre-registered participants are advised to present a copy of their registration/payment slip at the onsite registration desk. • Payment is due at the time of registration and includes lunches, refreshments, conference materials and certificate of attendance. • Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received in full. • Cheque payment may only be made from UAE and in AED. Kindly contact us at info@arabpediatriccongress.com to discuss. • EFT / Direct Deposit to be effected as per bank details on the invoice. • Payment should be made within 7 days of invoice date. • Payment can also be done through credit card or Paypal. Discounts • All early bird discounts require payment at the time of registration and before the early bird deadline in order to receive any discount. • Discount offers cannot be combined with any other offer. Cancellation Policy • Registration cancellations must be notified in writing by email to the Maarefah’s office in Dubai. Email: info@arabpediatriccongress.com • Cancellations received 30 days prior to the event will receive a refund of the registration fees, less an administration charge of 100 USD of the congress fee. • Cancellations made after, as well as 'no shows', are not eligible for a refund. • Refunds will be processed 2 months after the event completion date. Liability • Maarefah reserves the right to amend any part of the Congress’s programme if necessary at any time. • Maarefah will not be held liable for damages of any nature sustained by delegates or accompanying persons, or loss of, or damage to their personal property as a result of attending the congress or its related events. • While every consideration has been taken when presenting the demographics of the attendees in the programme, Maarefah doesn't guarantee the exact demographics of the congress attendees and can not be held responsible for the same. VENUE: JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, UAE Tel: +971 4 414 0000 Email: jwmarriottmarquisdubai@marriott.com Web: www.jwmarriottmarquisdubailife.com Hotel and travel costs are not included in the registration fee. ROOM RESERVATION Special / corporate rate for room accommodation is available at the hotel. You may contact the hotel directly as per the details above quoting Arab Neonatal Medical Congress. Team discounts available on request. Check for special group discount for registration of 3 or more. Call +971 4 361 9616 for more information. info@arabpediatriccongress.com +971 4 361 9616 +971 4 361 4375 www.arabpediatriccongress.com Please complete in BLOCK CAPITALS as information is used to produce delegate badges. Please photocopy for additional delegates and/or delegate with different addresses DELEGATE 1 Mr Mrs Ms Dr Other Name: Organisation: Title: Tel: Fax: Email: Website Address: By Wire Transfer By Credit Card Please debit my credit card: Visa Master Card Card No: Valid From: Expiry Date: Card Holders Name: Authorised Signature: Registration received on: Full payment received: / / Internal use only: Bronze Pricing: Standard Price Doctors Residents and Nurses Students Pharmaceutical Companies USD 799 USD 599 USD 200 USD 1,999 Includes: • 2 Day Congress • Networking Coffee Breaks • Lunch • Post Congress Presentation Access • Certificate of Attendance Silver Pricing: Standard Price Doctors Residents and Nurses Pharmaceutical Companies USD 899 USD 699 USD 2,299 Includes: • 2 Day Congress • Networking Coffee Breaks • Choice of 1 Workshop • Lunch • Post Congress Presentation Access • Certificate of Attendance Gold Pricing: Standard Price Doctors Residents and Nurses Pharmaceutical Companies USD 999 USD 799 USD 2,399 Includes: • 2 Day Congress • Networking Coffee Breaks • Choice of 2 Workshops • Lunch • Post Congress Presentation Access • Certificate of Attendance Platinum Pricing: Standard Price Doctors Residents and Nurses Pharmaceutical Companies USD 1,199 USD 999 USD 2,599 Includes: • 2 Day Congress • Networking Coffee Breaks • Choice of 3 Workshops • Lunch • Post Congress Presentation Access • Certificate of Attendance 1 Workshop USD 300 2 Workshops USD 500 3 Workshops USD 750 4 WAYS TO REGISTER DELEGATE DETAILS PAYMENT METHOD CONFERENCE PACKAGES WORKSHOP PRICES NOTE: Workshops are add-ons and can only be booked after registering for the congress. TERMS AND CONDITIONS VENUE AND ACCOMMODATION TEAM DISCOUNTS YES! Please register me for: Bronze Silver Gold Platinum Workshop A Workshop B Workshop C EMAIL THIS FORM TO info@arabpediatriccongress.com or fax +971 4 361 4375

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