The activities of the fifth session of the Infectious Diseases Conference in the Middle East kicked off yesterday in Dubai. This year’s session of the conference focuses on the latest developments of the “Covid-19” virus, and the latest scientific studies related to the global epidemic, and the elite medical specialists will discuss during the conference, which continues until tomorrow, Saturday, the most prominent Challenges in infectious diseases and recent clinical trials that provide clinical guidelines for practical guidance for healthcare professionals.
The conference activities began with the keynote speech and presented by Dr. Farida Al Hosani, the official spokesman for the health sector in the United Arab Emirates, and the conference activities included actual and virtual scientific lectures and discussion sessions between specialists on the latest developments in infectious diseases, including the latest developments on the “Covid-19” virus, and vaccines. For children and adults, the diagnosis of infectious diseases.
Topics presented at the conference on the “Covid-19” virus also focus on the efforts of the UAE health sector during the global epidemic, updates on childhood vaccinations against the virus, the mental health of health workers during the pandemic, the management of global health organizations for epidemics, and the latest developments on treatments and vaccines for the virus. .
Dr. Badriya Al-Harami, Public Health Consultant and Vice-President of the Emirates Public Health Association, said: “The fifth edition of the Infectious Diseases Conference brings together a group of specialized experts to discuss the most prominent emerging topics related to this field, and the conference’s focus on the latest developments on the “Covid-19” pandemic is extremely important, as Various parts of the world are still under the influence of the repercussions of this epidemic, which poses a great challenge to the social, economic and psychological resources of societies, and there is a need to discuss the impact of confronting the global epidemic on the mental health of health care workers, as studies have shown the spread of many psychological problems that constitute a burden on the health sector. workers in this sector. Dr. Badriya Al-Harami added: “Health authorities must give early attention to the mental health of workers in this sector, and work to strengthen programs and plans aimed at supporting their needs, whether during or after this crisis, in order to support development and integration in this sector to meet the requirements of society.”
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