Arab Health and Medlab Middle East 2022 to start next week in Dubai

Healthcare and trade professionals representing almost 160 countries will take part in Arab Health and Medlab Middle East next week.

Taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 24-27 January under the slogans “United Business Going Forward” and “Connecting with Innovations Changing the Face of Diagnostics”, the exhibitions will provide a platform for the global healthcare industry to meet and discuss the latest technologies and medical discoveries.

Solenn Singer, group director of Informa Markets, said: “Arab Health and Medlab Middle East will further highlight the importance of the healthcare and laboratory industry as we continue to address the challenges posed by COVID-19 and provide a platform for developing solutions to overcome the pandemic.

“We are seeing a clear increase in demand from buyers and exhibitors looking to meet in person, see first-hand the latest technologies and innovations in the market, and hear from industry professionals from around the world on the latest trends and insights. Both events will be an integral part of the ongoing global recovery this year, and we look forward to welcoming industry representatives to Dubai.”

Over 60,000 visitors are expected over the four days of both exhibitions, as well as almost 4,000 exhibitors from the healthcare and laboratory industry. More than 60 countries are represented at the show, as well as more than 20 specialist country pavilions, making Arab Health and Medlab Middle East a truly global healthcare exhibition.

Underlining the focus on technology, Arab Health 2022 will include a new Healthcare Transformation Zone, which will explore the latest technological advances from global innovators and disruptors. The popular Innov8 Talks start-up competition will feature 24 companies showcasing unique and innovative solutions. The transformation zone will conclude with the launch of the Product Showcase segment, where a number of companies will showcase disruptive innovations that are shaping the future of healthcare and the laboratory industry.

Another highlight for both events will be the Future Health Summit. This high-level event will be attended by more than 150 senior government health officials, company executives and eminent personalities from around the world.

More than 550 regional and international speakers and over 2,500 delegates will participate in 12 Continuing Medical Education (CME) programmes during the Arab Health Congress.

With nine conferences, the Medlab Middle East Congress remains one of the largest multi-disciplinary medical laboratory congresses with CME accreditation and will feature over 100 renowned champions of laboratory science from around the world. The eight conferences will take place live, in-person and online, and a new bonus track ‘Future of Lab’ will be presented.

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