In the recent times, medical conferences are fulfilling a critically important role in the ongoing education for physicians, clinicians, technicians and all healthcare providers. Conferences provided many functions to its audience starting from sharpening the skills, giving the chance to interact with peers and KOLs in whatever field it is, trying new equipment and techniques and supporting the improvement of health-care delivery and patient outcome. And on the 3rd week of March, AGU Internal Medicine 2nd edition was implemented in the magical Kingdom of Bahrain under the theme of “What’s hot and What’s new in Medicine: Lessons from Covid-19 pandemic” to support the healthcare industry especially after the strong hit of COVID-19 in the past 2 years and the sudden tremble that happened within.
AGU Internal Medicine Conference
Over consecutive three days, the instructive scientific program covered the most updated aspect in multiple internal medicine subspecialties. 16 international speakers gathered from all over the world to share and discuss the profound advances in the newest aspects of internal medicine. The conference offered to 400+ delegate a superb opportunity to share and receive the latest advances in this filed and all its subspecialties by giving multiple sessions and panels in 9 different tracks and accomplishing 8 workshops of 5 scientific hours along with NHRA 23 accreditation hours and a whole of 18+ scientific hours in Cardiovascular, Nephrology, Hypertension, Endocrinology and many more specialties.
Quoted Zivad Kipiani, International Speaker, “Thank you very much for such a constructive conference, I had the pleasure to be part of such a great gathering, looking forward for a successful 2023 SGU.”
ICOM Group joint with QTC, was very honored to be responsible for a such an impactful meet up and to build up a platform full of chances to hundreds of physicians in order to learn and exchange ideas through. Having the oath to keep building similar chances for all healthcare providers for the sake of better service to all middle east patients.