5TH ABU DHABI INTERNATIONAL VASCULAR CONFERENCE
Building on the successes of our previous vascular conferences, our aim remains to raise awareness of vascular disease, a progressive chronic illness whose onset is often difficult to detect. Whilst risk factors can usually point to its possible presence, it is frequently only detected when it manifests with a complication. There are several measures to prevent or delay its onset as well as a variety of options to slow its progression.
During the event, we will discuss the latest advancements and best practices of vascular medicine, through worldwide initiatives in education, training, research and practice. The event serves as a platform for educational opportunities and interactions with colleagues and experts in the field. It aims to raise awareness and ultimately help prevent onset, progression and complications associated with vascular disease.
The sessions will be led by regional and national experts on a wide spectrum of vascular topics and directed toward health care professionals caring for patients with these conditions. A multidisciplinary panel of speakers from vascular surgery, vascular medicine, neurology and cardiology will provide insight into medical management as well as open and endovascular techniques. Amongst the topics that will be covered, we will highlight peripheral arterial disease, aortic aneurysms, aortic dissection, complex venous problems and cerebrovascular disease. We have also included this year sessions on vascular malformations in children and other rare vascular manifestations of vascular disease. Question and answer sessions, expert debates and panel discussions will help fulfil our mission of high-level education for health care professionals.
The Scientific Committee has developed a comprehensive two-day program highlighting the current challenges and clinical development in vascular medicine. The topics of the conference present the latest updates in the diagnosis and management of common and uncommon vascular disorders. Lectures and workshops will be delivered by renowned vascular surgeons and experts from the UAE, the Gulf, and the United States. Moreover, dedicated time slots for workshops have been allocated to allow delegates a more interactive, hands-on experience to keep abreast of the latest developments and future perspectives within the field.
The conference aims to advance excellence in vascular surgery and vascular medicine by promoting research, education, and implementation of the most recent medical updates into clinical practice, and to increase collaboration in the arena of vascular medicine in the UAE and the region.
This is a great opportunity to meet and network with colleagues, both national and regional, while expanding existing connections or creating new ones.
On behalf of the organizing committee of the 5th Abu Dhabi International Vascular Conference, we look forward to welcoming your participation in this unique educational experience, and hope to see you all engaged in the conference.
Date and Time: On Fri, 13 Oct 2023 08:30 - Sat, 14 Oct 2023 18:00
Doctors: AED 900.00,
Non Doctors: AED 500.00,
Medical Students: AED 300.00
Speakers: Prof. Mohamed Baguneid ( Division Chair of Vascular Surgery ) SSMC, Dr. Sulaiman Al Shamsi ( Division Chair of Vascular Surgery ) SSMC, Dr.Ibrahim Riza ( MBBS. FRCS (General Surgery). FRCS (Vascular Surgery). CCST- U.K.), Elizabeth Ruth Choudhry ( MSc, BSc, PGCE. Advanced Practitioner Diabetic Foot and Peripheral Arterial Disease ), Nicola Sedgwick ( Accredited vascular scientist from society of vascular technology of UK and Ireland. PgC advanced medical ultrasound, BSc Podiatry ), Dr. Zaki Khalifa Almuzakki Alshamsi ( Senior consultant and HOD of Vascular, thoracic and Aortic intervention - EHS ), Prof. Adel Aswad Alfaraji ( Senior consultant Vascular, thoracic and Aortic intervention - EHS ), Dr. Stephanie Thomas ( Consultant Medical Microbiologist and Head of Service, Manchester Medical Microbiology Partnership, Manchester, UK. ), Mrs. Ashwaq Ali ( Head of Wound Care Nurses Unit, SSMC and Completed the International Interprofessional Wound Care Course (IIWCC) 2019, followed by gaining a master in wound management and skin integrity 2020, and successfully passed the certified wound specialist exam from American Board of Wound Management 2022. Co-author in research publication ), Dr. Jamal Aldeen Alkoteesh ( Chairman of Clinical Imaging and Chief of Interventional Radiology ) - MD MSc FRCR CCST EBIR EDSI FPAIRS, Dr. Houssam Younes ( Chairman of Department of Vascular Surgery, Cleveland Clinic ) - Associate Professor/ Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Institute, Corrine May ( Podiatrist )- BSc (Hons) in Podiatry/ Podiatry