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With the goal of updating surgeons with advancements in technology and innovation, surgical techniques and changes in the socioeconomic and healthcare demands in the region, the 13th Middle East Surgery Conference held from 28-30 January 2014 was designed to cater for the special interests of General Surgeons.
The scientific programme incorporated components that offered something for surgeons at all levels of expertise, from consultant surgeons to surgical trainees as well as students and surgical nurses.
Broad in its scope, the conference offered an opportunity to gain an understanding of the latest developments in the fields of surgery that encompass, hepatobiliary surgery, surgical gastroenterology, bariatric and metabolic surgery, endocrine surgery, surgical oncology and surgical intensive care. In the last few years minimally invasive surgery has become more prevalent. Considerable enthusiasm has built around robotic surgery, which will also be featured in the conference.
Providing a vast array of educational and networking opportunities and aims to enhance the care of surgical patients through state-of-the-art educational lectures, this three-day conference brought attendees up-to-date on cutting-edge knowledge through sessions on key and diverse aspects of surgery.