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27 - 29 October 2017 ADNEC, Abu Dhabi, UAE

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Healthcare sector growth faces staff shortage challenge

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; 24 October 2016 – The outlook for the healthcare sector remains bright with experts forecasting investments to reach $133 billion by 2018, which will mostly be poured into building new healthcare facilities.

Healthcare recruitment fair to boost medical recruitment in the UAE

United Arab Emirates: Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, the region’s leading healthcare exhibitions organiser, has announced that the Healthcare Recruitment & Training Fair (HRTF 2016) will be returning to the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) from 22-24 October 2016 for the third consecutive year. As the only healthcare recruitment and training fair in the region dedicated to helping hospitals, companies and governments find talented healthcare professionals to join their organisation, HRTF 2016 will host more than 100 recruiting companies looking to fill more than 500 vacancies, as well as offer extensive CME-accredited conferences and training opportunities for both clinical and non-clinical healthcare trade professional in the region.

Neglecting obstructive sleep apnoea treatment could lead to adverse effects  in UAE population

Abu Dhabi, UAE: The prevalence of symptoms of obstructive  sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS) among the adult UAE population is very high; people  re at high risk for OSAS and experts believe this is a serious public health  issue. Patients may benefit from accurate screening, evaluation, and appropriate  counselling for those at high risk of sleep apnoea. Moreover, public awareness  on the association of sleep apnoea with obesity may play a vital role in  controlling the prevalence of obesity, and consequently OSAS in the UAE.

Poorly managed rheumatic disease women could seriously affect  pregnancy for women in the UAE

Abu Dhabi, UAE: According to experts,  rheumatoid arthritis and systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) are the most common  rheumatic diseases in pregnant women in the United Arab Emirates. These  conditions usually affect young women during their childbearing years therefore  extra caution in managing these conditions is required. Poor management of these  conditions could lead to serious complications for the mother and the baby.

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