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3rd NHRA health regulatory conference and exhibition Set to Empower the Future of Healthcare

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The National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA) has announced its preparedness in hosting the highly anticipated third edition of NHRA health regulatory conference and exhibition.

Taking place from 2nd to 4th June 2023 at the Diplomat Hotel, this event will be held under the patronage of Supreme Council of Health Chairman His Excellency Lieutenant General Doctor Sheikh Mohamed Bin Abdullah Al-Khalifa, and organized by BDA Center for medical conferences and exhibitions.

The conference will be organized in a strategic partnership with the Labour Fund “Tamkeen” and holds academic accreditations for all its events, sessions, and workshops. Participants can earn 20 hours of accreditation for the conference and 14 hours for workshops.

This collaboration adds a fresh impetus for the Authority to sustain its pivotal role in delivering an innovative medical education platform. It also aims to attract healthcare professionals to engage in discussions concerning the advancement of medical and scientific policies relevant to the health sector. By doing so, the conference aims to contribute to the overall objectives of enhancing the quality of healthcare services in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

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Dr. Azhar Naseeb, Chief of the Clinical Trials & Continuing Professional Development Regulations Departments at NHRA and Chairperson of the Scientific Committee, emphasized the significance of this conference as a unifying platform for all partners and stakeholders in the healthcare sector. It serves as an essential forum for in-depth discussions on scientific and health-related subjects, while also fostering opportunities for health investment in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The conference aims to support medical tourism, ensure the sustainability of health services, attract medical investments, and bolster the Kingdom’s position on the global therapeutic tourism map.

“This significant scientific forum, spanning three days, brings together public and private health authorities, universities, and health associations. With the participation of senior decision-makers and healthcare professionals, it serves as an ideal platform for introducing the latest advancements in medical fields and national initiatives aimed at strengthening the health sector. The conference creates a supportive environment for meaningful discussions, dialogues, and exchange of experiences, focusing on identifying successful strategies to adapt to the evolving landscape of the healthcare sector.”

Dr. Naseeb further emphasized that distinguished keynote speakers will share their invaluable knowledge and insights across various health fields and systems with the conference attendees. They will shed light on the latest advancements in system regulations and laws governing all health services provided in the Kingdom of Bahrain, as issued by the National Authority. Additionally, the conference aims to equip healthcare practitioners with up-to-date healthcare practices and present relevant medical studies in the field of health and general medicine.

“The conference will feature nine workshops that focus on the latest developments from the National Health Regulatory Authority. These workshops will cover a range of topics, including the violations and penalties outlined in the Private Health Care Facilities Law, technical and engineering requirements, application procedures for private health facilities and pharmacies through the “Sijilat” system, the new accreditation program introduced by “Nhra,” essentials of scientific publication writing, and requirements for publishing in scientific journals, among others.”

Dr. Naseeb further highlighted that the conference would feature six group discussion sessions, where the latest procedures and laws pertaining to healthcare practices will be reviewed. These sessions will cover topics related to legal and ethical aspects of medical work, such as “Medical Device Regulations,” “Health Insurance in Bahrain: Healthcare Facilities and Approved Health Insurance Companies,” “Regulatory Affairs between Pharmaceutical Agents and Nhra,” as well as discussions on medical accreditation certificates, updates on medical regulations, procedures, and requirements for licensing healthcare facilities in Bahrain, and medical responsibility within healthcare institutions.

Furthermore, Dr. Naseeb expressed anticipation for the participation of a significant number of healthcare practitioners and service providers from the Kingdom of Bahrain and abroad. She emphasized the high level of interest and enthusiasm expressed by numerous hospitals, government and private healthcare facilities, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, and other entities associated with the healthcare sector, all keen to take part in this conference.

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