Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine Conference discusses communication techniques and artificial intelligence in medical education 20 September 2019
Dubai, 20 September 2019: The 4th Middle East International Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine Conference and Exhibition (MEIDAM) continued its activities yesterday with a seminar on the future of specialized medical education in the Arab world, aspirations and challenges, in the presence of the Secretary General of the Arab Board of Health Specializations Prof. Omar Al Rawas, reality and future prospects and cooperation and integration between Arab medical specialties Board and bodies in terms of fields, opportunities and constraints, in addition to communication technologies and artificial intelligence in medical education and sources of funding for specialized medical education.
Dr. Khaled Bin Salim Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the conference, said that this meeting is the first of its kind to be held with the participation of all heads of Arab societies for dermatology in the presence of the representative of the World Health Organization. New dermatology training courses for junior doctors to raise and refine their skills.
On the other hand, the scientific papers that were presented yesterday discussed many dermatological diseases, new treatments as well as their effectiveness in alleviating the symptoms of alopecia, eczema and psoriasis, especially new biological treatments, in addition to new lasers that have been introduced in the world market, and new types of fillers and botox especially with increasing Aesthetic and quantitative procedures in cosmetic matters, whether surgical or non-surgical, pointing out that there is a noticeable increase in the size of the global and local beauty market annually.
Dr. Khaled, pointed out that non-surgical matters constitute between 70 and 75% of the country's cosmetic market, such as Botox, Filler and Threading, and comes at the forefront of men's concerns for non-surgical cosmetics, Filler, Botox and then hair removal.
Al Nuaimi described cosmetology as becoming “like fashion” and became a necessity from the point of view of an important segment of society, male or female, especially from over 18 years, stressing that appearance has become an important thing for many aspects of life, such as: office, marriage and work.
He attributed that the errors of plastic surgery appear more than other surgeries; for several reasons, most notably the illumination of such errors, and the increase in the demand for cosmetic surgery, and it is natural that accompanied by an increase in the increase in the number of errors proportion and proportion.
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