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International Diabetes Camping Conference
INTERNATIONAL DIABETES CAMPING CONFERENCE
February 17-18, 2019
International Diabetes Camping Conference is a unique opportunity to learn new approaches while meeting peers and sponsors who can mentor and assist your efforts in the future. Hear inspiring general session speakers; participate in thought-provoking roundtable discussions; attend resourceful sessio...

29th International Conference on Nursing Education and Research
29TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NURSING EDUCATION AND RESEARCH
February 18-19, 2019
Conference Series extends its welcome to 29th International Conference on Nursing Education & Research during Feb 18-19 | Amsterdam, Netherlands. With a theme “Exploring Nursing Education through Advances Auspicious Research” Conference Series through its Open Access Initiative is co...

Anglo Arabian Healthcare


Anglo Arabian Healthcare is the fastest growing integrated healthcare provider in the UAE. With an ambitious and innovative growth strategy for quality assured clinics, hospitals and tertiary care centers underpinned by world class diagnostics, the intention is to become one of the largest, most clinically respected healthcare providers in the UAE. Established in early 2012 and based in Dubai Healthcare City, the AAH portfolio currently consists of 33 healthcare assets located across the UAE (including Health Bay Polyclinics, Amina Hospitals, Concord Medical Centres, Proficiency Healthcare Diagnostics, Dr Oras Medical Centres, Orchid IVF and Zenith Health and Wellness) that currently include two hospitals, 12 medical centres, diagnostics, a network of laboratories and pharmacies. The group employs over 1,000 people together with more than 120 Doctors.

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EVENTS

International Diabetes Camping Conference
INTERNATIONAL DIABETES CAMPING CONFERENCE
February 17-18, 2019
International Diabetes Camping Conference is a unique opportunity to learn new approaches while meeting peers and sponsors who can mentor and assist your efforts in the future. Hear inspiring general session speakers; participate in thought-provoking roundtable discussions; attend resourceful sessio...

29th International Conference on Nursing Education and Research
29TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NURSING EDUCATION AND RESEARCH
February 18-19, 2019
Conference Series extends its welcome to 29th International Conference on Nursing Education & Research during Feb 18-19 | Amsterdam, Netherlands. With a theme “Exploring Nursing Education through Advances Auspicious Research” Conference Series through its Open Access Initiative is co...