September 13-14, 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Abstract submission is open until 13th of August, 2018


Online registration is now open. Complimentary registration for DHA employees


More than 500 participants with over 200 posters and 50 oral presentations.


We welcome you to the First Dubai Health Authority Research Forum which will take place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from the 13th-14th of September 2018.


Dubai Health Authority Research Forum realizes the importance of promoting a culture of research amongst its employees. Inquisitive minds when steered in the right direction, can come up with pragmatic solutions that are tailor made to satisfy indigenous needs. In this spirit, we are bringing to you the first ever Research forum to be organized under the umbrella of DHA. This two day activity aims to highlight research in healthcare being carried out in DHA and to give young researchers an opportunity to share their work with their colleagues and get due recognition. More than 500 participants with over 200 posters and 50 oral presentations are expected to come, along with workshops to enhance research skills.

The participating medical experts will share their innovative ideas and will provide a platform for exchange of knowledge that will help develop your research skills as well. We also hope it will give you the opportunity to meet other professionals and develop relations with fellow colleagues.



Dr. Suhail Abdulla Al Rukn
Head of Dubai Scientific and Research Ethical Committee
United Arab Emirates


Dubai Health Authority Research Forum will take place on the 13-14 September, 2018.


The Dubai Health Authority Research Forum focuses on implementing latest procedures and policies to develop modern methods of scientific medical research.


The event will be a driver towards:
•  Discuss, evaluate and encourage the use of phases in clinical research to ensure better quality of clinical research
•  Share clinical research are the steps in which scientists do experiments with a health intervention to find enough evidence for a process which would be useful as a medical treatment
•  Addressing administrative decisions in the health sector, based on scientific research and objective evidence