His Excellency (H.E.) Dr. Mohammad Salim Al Olama, Undersecretary, Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP), recently consulted with H.E. Masud Husain, Canadian Ambassador to the UAE, to review the potential of strengthening and consolidating cooperative ties in the area of health for the two countries, especially in the exchange and transfer of knowledge and experiences, promotion and fostering of ideal clinical methods and continuing clinical education. Also present during the conference was Dr. Issa Ahmad Al Mansouri, Director of the Undersecretary's Office and Director of International Health Relations for the Ministry.
Throughout the meeting, both officials reviewed the bilateral relations enjoyed by both nations and discussed methods on the best ways to additionally boost connections for the health sector. The two authorities concentrated on key campaigns that included the signing of memorandums of recognizing for research study opportunities, exchange of clinical expertise and the provision of training for doctor. Other points gone over included the coordination of brows through to both UAE and Canada, sending out of individuals for treatment purposes and the coming involvement of Canada in this year's edition of Arab Health, the largest healthcare occasion in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, which will be held from January 29, 2018 to February 1, 2018 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC).
Undersecretary Al Olama emphasized on the importance of the meeting, which is expected to open up potential opportunities that are aimed in the direction of developing healthy and balanced relations between the UAE and Canada. He likewise shared that the meeting stands for possibilities to be abreast of the most recent international therapy methods and aid elevate the high quality requirements in healthcare solutions. The Undersecretary likewise mentioned the top quality concentrated success made by the UAE in the field of health and acknowledged the solid support offered by the UAE's wise leadership in assisting accomplish the Ministry's objectives of supplying thorough and incorporated healthcare solutions to the peopl - including the growth of a modern health information system, which matches the unified initiative to infuse a society of innovation.
Meanwhile, the Canadian Ambassador admired the UAE and its success in the area of health. He likewise expressed Canada's eagerness in additional developing health relationships in between both nations - helping with exchange of knowledge and experiences, study and the promotion of medical tourism. Ambassador Husain worried on the importance of the conference, which he discussed to be a beneficial chance to develop healthy relationships in between both countries and check out methods on ways to enhance productive participation.