Dubai, United Arab Emirates, April 14, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The 13th Middle East Update in Otolaryngology Conference & Exhibition (ME-OTO), organised by Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, will take place 24-26 May 2016. Due to the show’s expansion it will be moved to the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Dubai, UAE. Along with the main tracks in Rhinology, Head & Neck, Rhinoplasty, Otology and Audiology, the 2016 conference will be further enriched by the addition of a new track, Cochlear Implants.
The 1st World Congress on Cochlear Implants (CI) in Emerging Countries: Challenges & Opportunities will run for three days alongside the Middle East Update in Otolaryngology. It will highlight best practices in developing countries, how to penetrate developing countries, and the anticipated challenges. Furthermore it will discuss how to Map, supply and follow-up in rural and less developed countries and how to overcome cultural and economic-related clinical issues with Cochlear implants.
According to Simon Page, Managing Director, Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, “We aim to provide the healthcare community in the UAE and Middle East with the latest updates in the field of cochlear implants that have had revolutionary results for patients globally. The conferences will feature hands on sessions and live surgery sessions that incorporates up to date medical applications and technologies.”
All the conferences at ME-OTO are CME accredited by the Cleveland Clinic. By attending a CME accredited conference, attendees can be certain that the content of the conference has been well researched to ensure its relevance and suitability for the regional healthcare industry. They can also be assured that the overall objective of the conference is to either update or further improve attendees' competence, skills and knowledge within their specific discipline.
The Cochlear Implants (CI) Conference will run for three days from 24 – 26 May 2016 and will cover the latest advances in Cochlear Implants, as well as looking Case studies: best and worst practices in developing countries, Funding for CI in developing countries, Clinical outcomes: a comparison between developed and developing countries, and more.
The ME-OTO exhibition will host more than 60 leading companies in the field of ENT and Otolaryngology, and head and neck surgery showcasing the latest healthcare technology and innovation from across the world.