7th International Arab Neonatal Care Conference is expecting up to 35 CME credits as per ANCC 2016 . The conference will hold the theme of “Golden Hour” with coverage of all related topics.
Gathering neonatologists not only from the Arab world, but also from the whole globe with the aim to blend international expertise and recent updates with regional practice. It’s a must attend for each neonatologist who would like to have an annual update of the hottest topics in neonatology from a practical approach in a very rich scientific environment.
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“Arab Neonatal Care Group” yet again held its 6th conference, that was an international hub for neonatologists, paediatricians, researchers, nurses and other health care professionals to join leading international faculty and exchange knowledge.
Enriched content lectures as well as advanced neonatal workshops with rewarding technologies and solutions presented.
The aim of the event was to highlight and stimulate key issues, latest advances along with controversies in neonatology. It was supported by the government of Dubai and Dubai Health authority.
The conference & exhibition were organized by Blue Ocean Events Management” in September 2016 at Intercontinental Dubai Festival City, Dubai, U.A.E.
We are looking forward to meeting you this year in the 7th International Arab Neonatal Care Conference (ANCC) to be held from 28th-30th September 2017 in the same venue.
Conference BoardHonorary President, President and Vice President
Dr. Abdallah El-KhayatHonorary President of 7th ANCC
Dr. Khaled El-AtawiPresident of 7th ANCC
Dr. Saad AlsaediVice President of 7th ANCC
“I was honoured to be invited as a speaker at the 6th ANCC in Dubai. In addition to the excellent organisation, I was so grateful for the welcoming hospitality by Dr. khaled El-Atawi and his colleagues in the organising committee.”
“Dr El Atawi and colleagues have once again led the way bringing together a neonatal family moving forward as one in this ever changing and exciting ﬁeld of specialist new-born care.”
This was my first travel to the U.A.E. The hospitality was overwhelming, but I was especially happy to feel the enthusiasm,professionalism and competence among the conference participants.
The pre-congress course on neonatal transportation was very well attended, and during the intensive 1-day course we managed to deal with a lot of the challenges in the transport of high risk neonates, including equipment, operations, skills and competences, training and education as well as team composition, patient-and-family-centered-care and difficult ethical issues.
“The 6th International Arab conference was highly organized and the contribution of the audience was excellent”
“It was a pleasure and an honour to participate in your annual conference. Congratulations for the quality of presentations (in particular, I appreciated the young investigators’ studies). It means that the UAE Neonatology is working well for the present and for the future.”
“It was such a pleasure and honour to speak at the 6th ANCC. , Dr. Khaled El-Atawi and the organizing committee demonstrate
a progressive and holistic vision of neonatal health care.
This conference represented the new era of health care delivery and the importance of understanding the role of allied health care such as mental health services.”
“I feel so proud of my participation in the 6th International Arab Neonatal Conference, especially the 1st Arab Neonatal Nursing Symposium ANCC-2016, I loved the idea of having a nurses and physiotherapists seminar.
The conference was well organized and included a variety of topics on infant health care and provide us with update knowledge could enhance our care practices.”