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Middle East Otolaryngology Conference to welcome international guest societies a

Posted on March 20th, 2015

Dubai, UAE:  The 12th Middle East Update in Otolaryngology Conference & Exhibition (ME-OTO), organised by Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, will return to the Madinat Jumeirah Arena in Dubai on 19-21 April 2015. This year, ME-OTO will welcome the Indonesian Otorhinolaryngological Head and Neck Surgery Society as the Guest Society, the University of Khartoum, Faculty of Medicine, as the Guest University and the Cincinnati Children's Global Health Center and the American Rhinologic Society as the International Guest Institutions.

According to Simon Page, Managing Director, Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, organisers of ME-OTO “Once again we are pleased to welcome our international guest societies, universities and institutions to ME-OTO. This conference has been designed to provide an outstanding educational programme packed with topics that will meet the diverse interests of the attendees by discussing the latest developments in Otology, Rhinology, Laryngology, Head & Neck surgery, Skull base surgery, Sleep Medicine, Audiology, and Speech Therapy.”

ME-OTO is the MENA region's largest show dedicated to the ENT and Audiology field. This three-day exhibition provides a unique opportunity for more than 60 international and regional suppliers, distributors and manufacturers to network and establish new business with the Middle East’s leading experts in the field of ENT, Head & Neck and Audiology.

Running alongside the exhibition, the event features a three-day conference addressing the major issues in rhinology, head & neck surgery, otology, audiology & speech therapy, rhinoplasty and two new tracks in Endoscopic Ear Surgery and Thyroid Cancer. All the conferences at ME-OTO are CME accredited by the Cleveland Clinic.

Two new conferences will run alongside ME-OTO 2015 to address the region’s ENT needs and concerns; the 1st Middle East Thyroid Cancer Conference and the 1st World Congress on Endoscopic Ear Surgery. The last day will also feature "The Young Otolaryngologist Day" densely packed with young graduates presenting their research work and competing for the best paper award.

Congress dedicated to thyroid diseases, otolaryngology and endoscopic ear surgery in the Middle East.

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