The MEDLAB Congress is 6 track dedicated congress in the field of laboratory medicine and diagnostics where pathologists and laboratory professionals can share their knowledge and experiences. By providing access to education and networking opportunities, the congress hopes to improve laboratory practices and patient care as well as developing the laboratory medicine community.

    The MEDLAB Congress will host a selection of multi-disciplinary conference tracks that will provide CME Credits, unparalleled education and management solutions to help labs excel in today's competitive market.

    New conference rooms will be available to accommodate the growth of this popular congress, where more than 7,000 delegates will gather to find out about the latest diagnostics developments.

    The conference tracks are as follows:
    - LABORATORY MANAGEMENT (Track A) - 25 January 2016
    - MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS (Track B) - 26 January 2016
    - CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY & IMMUNOLOGY (Track C) - 27 January 2016
    - HISTOPATHOLOGY (Track D) - 27 January 2016
    - CLINICAL CHEMISTRY (Track E) - 28 January 2016
    - HAEMATOLOGY (Track F) - 28 January 2016

    CME Accreditation
    The Organisers of the Arab Health Congress are committed to ensuring that all the scientific conferences presented as part of the event comprise of valuable and up-to-date topics that are relevant to the medical disciplines being addressed. They may also aim to make sure that new advances, research and technologies are also highlighted to better inform and equip those attending.

    Continuing Medical Education (CME) Accreditation forms an integral part of fulfilling this commitment. By attending a CME-accredited conference, delegates can be certain that the content of that conference has been well researched to ensure its relevance and suitability for the target audience. They can also rest assured that the overall objective of the conference is to either update or further improve attendees’ competence, skills and knowledge within their specific discipline and not to act as promotional tools for any particular company’s products or services.