About the Conference

Global Nursing and Healthcare Summit 2017

Nursing conferences helps the nursing graduates, Hospital managements, Research scholars and individuals who have an interest in different departments of nursing like critical care, casual wards, surgical, pediatric, women, adults and emergency nursing. Nursing provide knowledge to medical health practicioner, medical researchers, medical practicioner, hospital administrators, nursing education institutions and scientists. It explores knowledge to participants and also discusses ideas and overcome the gaps to generate innovations.

This is an excellent opportunity to share your best practice initiative, it provides continuing knowledge as it relates current issues. The conference offers participants breakout sessions highlighting projects, education and research studies. Nursing is among the fastest-growing fields, it has a robust job market, which makes it very attractive to people in search of a new or first career.

Aim and Scope

Aim of the conference to support a research-practice, for the development of knowledge implementation and care of people in health care services. and thereby achieve higher quality in the scientific education in the nursing . Aim would be accomplished by bridging the gap between academia and practice, supporting the mutual exchange of knowledge between research and practice and by establishing new ideas

Nursing provide services to all patients in hospitals at all departments, namely., Emergency unit, operation theatre, intensive care and also  in patient ward rooms ,and casual wards .It provide service with multi dimensional round by round with different department experts physicians, psychologists, surgeons, physic therapists and  pharmacists etc

Nursing conference brings together individuals who have an interest in different fields of nursing like psychiatric, cancer, mental, emergency care, adult & women health, legal, pediatric and emergency nursing, midwifery, public health, healthcare and medicine from practice, research, management, policy and education. It is a forum to discover issues of mutual concern as well as exchange knowledge, share ideas, and create solutions. 

Hospitals in UAE

The population in the U.A.E. was estimated at 9,206,000, of which Emirati nationals represent 19 percent.

There are currently 104 hospitals throughout the seven Emirates and the World Health Organization reports that there are currently 19.3 physicians and 40.9 Nurses and Midwives per 10,000 persons in the U.A.E.

Abu Dhabi: 39 hospitals (14 government, 25 private; 26 are JCI accredited), with 4,226 beds, or 2.7 beds for every 1500 of the population, servicing approximately 2.5 million people.

Dubai: 38 hospitals (6 government, 32 private; 20 are JCI accredited), with 3,857 beds, or 1 bed for every 532 of the population, servicing approximately 2.1 million people.

Sharjah: 15 hospitals (5 government, 10 private; 1 is JCI accredited), with 898 beds, or 1 bed for every 1,670 of the population, servicing approximately 1.5 million people.

Ras Al Khaimah: 5 hospitals (4 government, 1 private; 1 is JCI accredited), with 562 beds, or 1 bed for every 533 of the population, servicing approximately 300 thousand people.

Ajman: 3 hospitals (1 government, 2 private; 1 is JCI accredited), with 189 beds, or 1 bed for every 1,269 of the population, Servicing approximately 240 thousand people.

Fujairah: 3 hospitals (2 government, 1 private), with 358 beds, or 1 bed for every 558 of the population, servicing approximately 200 thousand people.

Umm Al Quwain: 1 government hospital, with 165 beds, or 1

Dubai has one of the fastest population growth rates, both regionally and internationally.

 According to the Department of Statistics, the population at the end of 2013 stood at approximately 2.21 million with an overall CAGR of 6.66% for the period between 2005 – 2013.

 Colliers International estimates that the population of Dubai is expected to reach 3.48 million by 2020, subject to it maintaining the current growth rate patterns. Should the projected growth rate increase to 8% due to various recent initiatives and infrastructure projects taken by the Dubai Government, then the population is expected to reach 3.8 million by 2020.

During 2005 – 2009, just before the global financial crisis, Dubai’s population was growing by a CAGR of 13.3% – compared to the period following the crisis (2010 – 2013), where the CAGR stood at 5.1%.

Increasing population, coupled with rising average income levels, will continue to feed demand for infrastructure and services particularly in energy, water, telecoms, technology, housing, education, and financial sectors, which consequently will have positive impacts on the healthcare sector.

Healthcare Overview

The Ministry of Health delegates a portion of the duties to specialised health authorities, within every emirate in accordance with the federal mandate, as shown below:

Specialised Health Authorities – UAE

 

Dubai Health Authority (DHA) is responsible for overseeing the healthcare sector of the Emirate of Dubai, in addition to enhancing private sector engagement. The DHA is also responsible for the operation of a significant share of hospitals in Dubai. The Private Sector in Dubai represents the majority share reaching almost 79%, with a total of 22 hospitals out of a total of 28 hospitals operating within the emirate. Medical centres were historically operated only by the private sector, however, 16 local and 9 federal medical centres were opened in 2009. By the end of 2012 there were a total of 1,348 medical clinics, out of which 97% were owned and operated by the private sector.

  • Dubai’s healthcare sector offers significant opportunities for investors / operators. The following are some of the key contributing factors:
  • High population growth rates. The population of Dubai reached 2.2 million in 2013 from 1.3 million in 2005, with a CARG of 6.66%. Current projections anticipate the population will further increase to 3.5 million by 2020.
  • The population of the UAE and Dubai is predominantly expatriate workers, the majority of whom are considered Generation X (born between 1965 and 1980) and Generation Y (born between 1981 and 2000). As the current population of the UAE, including Dubai, ages there is likely to be a sharp rise in healthcare demand as almost 80% of a person’s healthcare requirements typically occurs after the age of 40 – 50 years.
  • Introduction of compulsory health insurance in Dubai. After compulsory health insurance was introduced in Abu Dhabi, the revenues of most of the private hospitals doubled in subsequent years, Dubai healthcare sector is also expected to follow the same pattern.
  • . • High returns on healthcare investments. High quality, efficient private hospitals could achieve 15% – 20% net profit margins after initial stabilization years.
  • Heavy reliance on imported medicine and medical equipment. This increases the cost of establishing healthcare facilities. A number of medical equipment suppliers provide medical equipment on long-term leases, and even equity investment in order to facilitate healthcare initiatives.
  • Continued growth of regional medical tourism. The government of Dubai has recently taken a number of initiatives to establish and promote Dubai as a medical tourism hub.
  • The overall supply of healthcare facilities struggles to keep pace with the burgeoning population. The Government has introduced a number of recent initiatives in the recent past to encourage the private sector to match the shortfall and benefit from this potentially lucrative sector.
  • Colliers International Dubai Healthcare Overview Q4 2014 provides a brief snapshot of the key factors impacting the Dubai Healthcare Sector and its future outlook.

 

GCC Countries

Projected Healthcare Market

Saudi Arabia

47.90%

UAE

26.00%

Kuwait

10.30%

Qatar

8.90%

Oman

4.00%

Bahrain

2.90%

 

The GCC healthcare market is projected to grow at a 12.1% CAGR from an estimated US$ 40.3 billion in 2015 to US$ 71.3 billion in 2020 (Exhibit 1). An increase in the population and rising cost of treatment are the primary factors aiding this growth.1

From an estimated US$ 24.0 billion in 2015, the outpatient market is forecasted to reach US$ 42.4 billion in 2020. The inpatient market is anticipated to grow from US$ 16.4 billion to US$ 28.9 billion during the same period

The healthcare market in each GCC country is anticipated to expand by 11%-13% between 2015 and 2020 in terms of annual average growth rates.

 

Exhibit 1: The GCC Healthcare Expenditure by Country

Source:  1. World Health Organization (WHO)

               2. GCC Healthcare Industry dated on February 16, 2016

 

Conference Highlights

Nursing Health care and management

Nursing Education

Clinical Nursing

Cancer and tumor nursing

Cardiovascular Nursing

Critical care and Emergency Nursing

Dental Nursing

Legal Nursing and Practitioner

Surgical Nursing

Telemedicine and e health

Pediatric Nursing

Women health nursing

Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

Nursing Management

Nursing Midwifery Nursing

Nursing Practice

Risk Factors in Nursing and Healthcare professionals.

sharing their new researches in the arena of Nursing, Healthcare & Medicine

Target Audience:

Scientists, research scholars, Doctors, Nursing graduates, nursing  lecturers, working nurses, Medical practitioners, Pharmacists, Pharmaceutical industrialists, Directors of health intuitions and Hospital administrators.

Why to Attend?

Nursing conferences provides a global platform for innovative thoughts in nursing and healthcare. This conference provides an Opportunity for attendees to present a paper and share their research work and interact with subject matter experts to exchange their knowledge in the field of nursing. You can have a chance to meet subject experts in all specializations. Nursing conference provides clinical based evidence in making patient care decisions, conference provides source of knowledge, to know how to interact with patients.

Over the five years to 2021, the industry is expected to continue expanding. There is the vast scope for health in wide. 

Reference:

www.haad.ae

http://www.dha.gov.ae/EN/SectorsDirectorates/Sectors/HealthPolicy/Pages/HealthDataandInformationAnalysis.aspx

http://www.moh.gov.ae/en/OpenData/Pages/2010.aspx

http://www.jointcommissioninternational.org/jci-a

http://usu researcher topics aebusiness.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/HealthcareReport_Update_June2014.pdf

http://www.ibisworld.com/industry/default.aspx?indid=1594 , “Nursing Care Facilities Market Research Report | NAICS 62311 | Mar 2016”

Alphen Capital, 2016 “ GCC  Healthcare Industry, February 16, 2016”, http://www.alpencapital.com/news/2016/2016-February-16.html


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