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Brand New Conference on Developing 21st Century Military Medical Capabilities to be Held in Abu Dhabi

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 Br...

CMPMedica Signs an Agreement With MAIDIS for e-prescribing Solutions in Abu Dhabi (UAE)

LONDON, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- CMPMedica, the global healthcare information provider which is a division of United Business Media Limited, has signed an agreement with MAIDIS, the international healthcare software vendor, to provide an integrated medicine management system for two hospita...

Cleveland Clinic and Mubadala Healthcare Name CEO of Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi

Andrew Fishleder, M.D. Has a Thirty-Year History With Cleveland Clinic CLEVELAND and ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Cleveland Clinic (USA) and Mubadala Healthcare (Abu Dhabi) have appointed Andrew Fishleder, M.D. to hold the position of Chief Executive Officer of Cle...

Perot Systems Successfully Implements Hospital Information System in Abu Dhabi

Comprehensive Electronic Medical Record and Enhanced Administrative Efficiency are Hallmarks of New System PLANO, Texas, Sept. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Perot Systems Corporation (NYSE: PER ) ( http://www.perotsystems.com ) announced today that it has completed the success...

Official Ground Breaking Ceremony for Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi

Work begins to build a world-class hospital in Abu Dhabi ABU DHABI, UAE, Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala) and Cleveland Clinic marked the official ground breaking ceremony of Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi (CCAD) hospital. Scheduled to welcome its first...

New Evidence that Bush Administration Impeded 3 Investigations into Alleged Massacre of Up to 2,000 Prisoners in Afghanistan

...lth for all. PHR has documented the systematic use of psychological and physical torture by US personnel against detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, abu Ghraib, Bagram airbase and elsewhere. PHR's International Forensic Program (IFP) has conducted forensic assessments and investigations of ...

Swine Flu Plans Triggering Difficult Legal Questions, Says Noted Pillsbury Attorney

...n addition to our strong U.S. presence, we serve clients in the world's major financial centers, including London, Tokyo, Shanghai, and most recently, abu Dhabi, through Pillsbury's affiliation with Agha & Shamsi LLC. ...

Global Advisor and Speaker Explains Middle East Investors, Politics, Culture

...Saudi Aramco headquarters, the Mohammed bin Rashid Foundation in Dubai, the abu Dhabi International Book Fair and corporate board meetings and business eve...ional Medal for Arts & Sciences in March 2009, and he was a nominee for abu Dhabi's 2009 Sheikh Zayed Prize. Through Morgan's major CEO and board-...

Media Advisory: PHR Experts Available to Comment on Torture

... coercive or abusive military or intelligence interrogations at places like abu Ghraib, CIA 'black sites' and Guantánamo Bay. Dr. Reisner is Adjunct... physical torture by US personnel against detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, abu Ghraib, Bagram airbase, and elsewhere in three groundbreaking reports: Bre...

PHR: After Senate Report, Psychologists Who Tortured Must Be Held to Account

...nce 2005, PHR has documented the systematic use of psychological and physical torture by US personnel against detainees held at Guantánamo Bay, abu Ghraib, Bagram airbase, and elsewhere in its groundbreaking reports, Break Them Down , Leave No Marks , and Broken Laws, Broken Lives . The Senate ...

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On World AIDS Day, CHF International Calls for Community Mobilization and Local Capacity Building to Fight HIV/AIDS

...n Disaster Assistance. Awareness-raising sessions, combined with song, dance, drama and sports competitions, have already reached some 10,000 youth in abu Shouk, Al Salam and Zam Zam camps, and more events are planned to coincide with World AIDS Day. Founded in 1952, CHF International's mission is to...
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