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Brand New Conference on Developing 21st Century Military Medical Capabilities to be Held in Abu Dhabi
Date:8/2/2009

ABU DHABI, UAE, August 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The region's first and only summit on military medicine, Defence Healthcare 2009 will be held from 22nd - 25th November 2009 at the Hilton Hotel in Abu Dhabi.

Developed in collaboration with global military medical leaders and experts from the British Army, Bahrain Defense Force, Riyadh Military Hospital, UK Royal Army Medical Corps, Swedish Armed Forces Centre for Defence Medicine, NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine and Saudi Arabia Armed Forces Medical Services, this premier event is designed to transform the region's military medical capabilities.

Defence Healthcare 2009 will address global best practices to achieve enhanced military healthcare capabilities, the latest technology and tools to maximise pre-deployment force preparation and readiness preparation, logistics integration to ensure smooth and timely implementation in-theatre, training and recruitment for frontline care and case studies for effective disaster response and humanitarian aid.

Grace Chng, Conference Director, IQPC Middle East says: "Maintaining the health of service personnel is an essential aspect of developing an effective modern military, both domestically and in theatre, Defence Healthcare addresses the latest advancements in military healthcare to ensure that the region's armed forces are able to operate at the levels required by modern military operations."

For more information visit http://www.defencehealthme.com

About IQPC Middle East:

For over thirty years, IQPC has helped the world's leading corporations solve their business challenges through the sharing of practical industry solutions and global best practice. In the process, the company has built a formidable reputation for quality and value. During this time, the Middle East's most progressive companies
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