Sidra Medicine opens registrations for paediatric surgeons congress
May 30 2019 01:47 AM
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Sidra Medicine has announced that the registration link for WOFAPS (World Federation of Associations of Paediatric Surgeons) 2019 is now live.
WOFAPS will be hosted by Sidra Medicine in Qatar for the first time from November 1 to 3 at the Qatar National Convention Centre.
Dr Mansour Ali, chair of Paediatric Surgery at Sidra Medicine and the Middle East WOFAPS representative, said: “With the theme Moving Collaboration, Education and Training Beyond Borders, Qatar will be welcoming the brightest and innovative thought leaders in the surgical and medical field.”
“In a matter of months after opening our inpatient hospital in January 2018, we have done much to do be proud of, including the conjoined twin separation, surgeries for young patients with short bowel syndrome, epilepsy, bladder exstrophy, craniofacial deformities, congenital heart diseases, orthopaedic challenges, and much more,” he said. “We look forward to sharing our success stories with our global peers at WOFAPS 2019 and learning from them in return.”
WOFAPS 2019 aims to cover the most cutting edge advances in paediatric surgical care in addition to addressing the current challenges impeding optimal surgical care for children in high and low income countries.
More than 1,000 surgeons from all over the world are expected to join the congress.
Applicants can register and get additional details about abstract submissions at www.wofaps.org
“WOFAPS 2019 is an excellent opportunity for surgeons in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and South America in particular, where many surgeons have to deliver care in resource-challenged settings. This will be a major theme of the conference. Along with my colleagues from the Department of Surgery, I encourage our surgical peers and affiliates from around the world to join us at WOFAPS 2019, ” Dr Ali continued.



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