DUBAI, 31st August, 2022 (WAM) — HealthPlus Fertility, a Mubadala Health partner, will host the 4th HealthPlus Middle East Fertility Conference from 2nd to 4th September, at the Jumeriah Beach Hotel.
The highly anticipated conference, themed “Bridging the Gap in Fertility”, returns in 2022, bringing together international fertility experts from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and as far as Belgium, Sweden, Denmark, and Malaysia, to discuss and explore the latest groundbreaking technology and holistic approaches to fertility, from counseling to diagnosis and treatment over the three days.
It will feature knowledgeable international speakers who will discuss the latest developments on fertility from “The New Era in Reproductive Medicine” to optimising ART outcomes, reproductive surgery, and fertility preservation. The fourth edition of the HealthPlus Middle East Fertility Conference is also a Continuous Medical Education (CME) event, accredited by the Department of Health – Abu Dhabi, where attending healthcare professionals will earn 21 hours of CME.
Prof. Ahmed Elbohoty, Conference President and Reproductive Medicine & Infertility Consultant at HealthPlus Fertility Centre – Abu Dhabi, said, “We are excited to host the fourth edition HealthPlus Middle East Fertility conference in person this year. Building off the success of previous editions, we are looking forward to ‘Bridging the Gap in Fertility’ with some of the greatest minds in the industry to discuss critical issues related to fertility research, treatment, and diagnostics. Over the next three days, we will connect the gaps in reproductive medicine and provide networking opportunities with global peers, with the aim that our attendees leave with a greater understanding of complex fertility issues to help patients around the UAE and region.”
Individual workshops led by experts within the HealthPlus Fertility network will also run in parallel to the conference. This includes workshops on artificial intelligence, colposcopy, hysteroscopy, and experiential on IVF procedures.
The event is open to IVF specialists, obstetricians, gynecologists, laboratory technicians, embryologists, nurses, pharmacists, and medical students.