Welcome message from the Chair

Dr. Abdullatif Alkhal ​
Chair, Qatar International Infectious Disease Conference

Building on the success of the 1st Qatar Infectious Disease Conference in 2023, which provided a great opportunity to learn the latest developments in the field and to network with friends and colleagues, we are planning our 2nd conference for the year 2024. The conference will cover the hottest topics and the latest development in the field of infectious disease and will offer another great opportunity to hear from top regional and international experts and to network and exchange knowledge, stories and experiences. 

As infectious disease specialists, we have great challenges ahead of us which we can tackle only if we come together. Covid-19 is still circulating around the globe and sickening people more than the flu; the global climate change is constantly changing the epidemiology and geographic spread of an increasing numbers of infectious disease including vector borne viruses. Wars and conflicts in our region resulting in big movement of the affected population is facilitating the spread of food and waterborne infections more than ever before, to name a few. 
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Welcome message from the Co-Chair

Dr. Muna Al Maslamani 
Chair, Qatar International Infectious Disease Conference

On behalf of Qatar International Infectious Diseases Conference (QIIDC) Organizing and Scientific Committee, and Qatar Infectious Diseases Association (QIDA), it’s my pleasure to welcome you back to the second QIIDC. Throughout the conference, we have a remarkable agenda in store for you. Our distinguished speakers will be sharing their expertise and insights on the latest research, advancements in diagnostics and treatment, and strategies to prevent and control infectious diseases. We have an array of sessions, workshops, and panel discussions designed to facilitate in-depth discussions and learning.

I’d like to give you an idea of what we hope to achieve in this conference taking you through following sessions: 
  • Qatar National Health Strategy on Infectious Diseases
  • Crossroads of Infections
  • Divided in Views United for Patient Care
  • Integration between Research and Clinical Application 
  • Little Beasts; Serious Issues
  • Keeping Up with the Evidence
  • Infections in Special Population
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Activity Code: HGI-02-MED-P937

This activity is an Accredited Group Learning Category 1 as defined by the Ministry of Public Health’s Department of Healthcare Professions - Accreditation Section and is approved for a maximum of 16.75 hours.​​​

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