World Health Institute
Research and Dissemination
We support, allow, and deliver world-class health and social care research that improves people's health and well-being while also stimulating economic growth. Medical conferences are a valuable source of information, especially newly discovered insights. Access to conferences and conference proceedings is increasingly important for discovering up-to-date findings in biomedical fields.
CONFERENCES & SESSIONS
The nursing conference aims to foster and conduct collaborative interdisciplinary research in state-of-the-art methodologies and technologies within Nursing Education & Nursing. It provide invaluable opportunities to extend and strengthen the Nursing and Healthcarecommunity, and our collective body of knowledge.
is the largest gathering of healthcare and trade professionals in the MENA region.
Participating companies will benefit in many ways, including:
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Create lasting relationships
With thousands of attendees across the Live and Online show, you can meet new customers and develop relationships with existing clients to further business opportunities in the region.
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Strategic healthcare partners
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Hospital and home technology partner
It’s a key objective at the WHI to encourage more health and care professionals to get involved in research.
Whether you’re passionate about research and want to embed research in your organisation, apply for one of our sponsored professional research awards or you have an idea to encourage a broader range of people getting involved in research, you’re in the right place.
Conference proceedings key to faster dissemination of findings
New research presented at conferences
Conference proceedings are an increasingly important mode of rapid dissemination of biomedical research findings. In fact, presenters may not even finish their presentation until shortly before the conference. Conferences often accept talks based on an abstract. There is no need for multiple rounds of revisions before publication. This practice of acceptance based on a promising abstract may seem counter to the idea of peer-reviewed science, but it is not.