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Over 200 British companies exhibit in Dubai's Arab Health 2015

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Over 200 British companies exhibit in Dubai's Arab Health 2015

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Taking place in Dubai from 26th to 29th January, this is the UK’s largest ever presence. The UK pavilion will be showcasing the latest technology and talent, including through a series of surgical simulations.

Many UK companies will launch new products at the UK pavilion, which will be managed by the Association for British Healthcare Industry (ABHI).

Earl Howe, England Health Minister, Lord Kakkar, Business Ambassador and Healthcare UK will lead a strong delegation of British academic and clinical institutions to the exhibition. These will include Health Education England, UCL Medical School, Skills for Health, Imperial College London, Great Ormond Street, King’s College Hospital, Royal Free Hospital, Leeds Teaching Hospitals and Moorfields.

A series of surgical simulation programmes will be delivered during the exhibition on stand D30 in Zabeel Hall 1. The initiative will bring together leading UK hospitals and clinicians to showcase surgical procedures using the latest medical technologies. The ABHI Operating Theatre, housed in the ABHI support stand, will provide a platform for world class UK clinicians to showcase their skills and leading providers to engage and educate visitors.

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