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Proceedings of Qatar Health 2021 Conference to be Launched Virtually Today
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Proceedings of Qatar Health 2021 Conference to be Launched Virtually Today

20 Jan, 2021 10:52 AMLusail Newspaper Intended Audience
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Proceedings of Qatar Health 2021 Conference will be launched virtually today, Wednesday, from 20-23 January 2021 to discuss established practices in Disaster Medicine for alleviating the pandemic and systems handling with traumas during mass gatherings. These topics have been developed by joint efforts between Hamad Medical Corporation and the Ministry of Public Health, with the aim of preparing for hosting the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, with the participation of 3,300 healthcare professionals in the conference. 

The conference will be held virtually for the first time. Lectures will be live streamed to all attendees. Moreover, all attendees will have the option to view the conference in a new 360-degree format and engage in real life simulation of a conference setting with its large halls and virtual promoters, in order to provide a real experience to all the attendees during Qatar Health 2021 Conference.

Qatar Health 2021 Conference Co-Chair, Dr. Abdul Wahhab Al Musleh has said in his remarks recently: "We feel excited about the holding of Qatar Health 2021 Conference that will be held as a fully-virtual conference. The conference will discuss important topics on the latest researches and sciences related to Disaster Medicine, mass gatherings and trauma systems, as well as the pre-conference program, which will focus on specific areas including nursing in the light of COVID-19 pandemic."

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