Event Date: 11 – 12 June 2021
*CME Accredited and ICS Certified Course*
Urodynamics Virtual Course & Workshop-2 is hosted by the Saudi Urology Courses and recognized by ICS (International Continence Society).
Urology courses is an independent non-profit organization, founded in 2015 by Dr.Mai Banakhar, focused on teaching and clinical skill development in Urology. The objective of the courses is to educate the Urologists, Urogynecologists, Gynecologists, and Nephrologists on the latest research developments in the field of Urodynamics.
COVID19 is driving Wealth management like it is driving all other industries and some of the hottest issue among the pundits are how the wealth management post pandemic would be like. There are speculations on many fronts including changing behaviors of consumers and investors, emerging needs, and new outlooks.
As the average wealth has taken a hit, the webinar aims to discuss the short term and long-term strategies, investors can adopt.
Cryptocurrency ecosystem is growing rapidly and has become global phenomenon in recent years. Cryptocurrencies have the potential to enable social and economic growth throughout the world, including in developing countries, by offering easier access to capital and financial services for private and public sectors.
In this webinar we help you understand how Blockchain and cryptocurrency opens new doors of possibility, and inspire you to start creating.
Technology and CRM is the greatest invention of the 21st century. With the evolution of digital technologies, customers have raised their standards of excellence and in turn helps businesses to become more dynamic. There’s a lot of excitement about new technologies such as virtual reality, cloud computing, big data, live video connectivity and ‘intelligent’ chatbots that are redefining the way businesses connect with their customers.
In this webinar we will discuss on these developments and trends which will help you to communicate and engage in innovative ways with your customers.
COVID19 crisis has expedited technology adoption and the severity of virus has pushed healthcare organizations, regulators, and governments to innovate to offer healthcare services without risking exposure to the virus.
Remote Healthcare is believed to be a viable solution in the current situation to offload the weight of non-urgent but important cases from the hospital to be handled remotely. The crisis has subjected healthcare system to unprecedented pressure and healthcare industry response in the form of tele medicine may extend post pandemic.
The webinar aims to throw spotlight the challenges and opportunities in front of healthcare industry in bringing efficiencies and improvising access to un
To ease burdens on the health system, reduce inefficiencies and improve quality of patient care, innovative methods of delivering effective healthcare must be developed.
During COVID 19, one thing which has spread as fast as virus are the cyber-attacks on organizations and individuals. As the IT leaders were busy responding to the overnight tech requirements which cropped up due to the sudden immobility of the workforce.
The unprecedented challenge of keeping the operations smooth became a priority in the chaos, which saw a sudden change in business operations, customer support system and other standard operating procedures needing to rely on virtual connections.
With bulk of people working from home, very few companies were ready with the WFH environment and other robust practices which left them vulnerable for cyber-attacks.
The webinar would throw a spotlight on how businesses should adapt to increased vulnerabilities in their cyber space with the changes in business practices, which may continue post pandemic.
COVID-19 has brought world to a halt and expedited adoption of digital transformation as organizations started scrambling to setup remote working and hiring, for which some were prepared and others not.
HR, talent acquisition and onboarding teams faced with the renewed challenges of virtual hiring where digital capabilities for hiring went from good to have to must have.
The webinar would throw a spotlight on how the post COVID recruitment landscape look like with changes like remote working, shift in recruitment patterns, new hiring needs and tighter budgets and how digital transformation in recruitment will look like.
There has been a rapid change in surgical approaches to various conditions that have been traditionally treated with conventional surgery. The techniques and applications of in various areas of Surgery and related disciplines are changing fast, as is our understanding of how best to progress in merging our expertise with allied fields to produce optimal results for our patients. Much of the scientific data to be presented will provide us with guidance in our future surgical decision-making
The aim of this webinar is to bring together healthcare practitioners from diverse backgrounds to focus on different areas of surgery and revolutionary surgical techniques. There will be sessions specifically dedicated to relevant fields in surgery. Expert faculties will discuss the relevant advances in surgery research and will explore the novel trends to reduce the effects of surgery risk factors.
Over the past several months, COVID-19 has challenged HR
leaders to support their companies and people through times of
stress, uncertainty, new priorities and sometimes, an entirely new
mission. The rapid shift to remote / contact-less working put many
company cultures to the test. Organizations and their leaders
currently have the unique opportunity to intentionally redefine the
work experience and holistically consider things that influence
culture such as structure, processes, communication, capabilities,
values and behaviors.
This series will help promote deliberate discussion and conscious
reflection on critical success factors for complex culture change.
How does the post-covid tourism industry would like is a question of intense debate ever since the tourism and travel world over has stopped overnight almost?
The road to recovery looks to be full of challenges but what is the way forward. The world is abuzz with terms like “sustainable tourism”, “new normal” and “post-covid tourism industry” but what could be the practical steps the companies, entities and stakeholders in the helm of the tourism and travel industry could take to come out of this crisis.