Future of Preventive Health 

Theme: A New Era of Public Health

2 - 4 October 2024

Riyadh Front Exhibition & Conference Center (RFECC), Saudi Arabia

Future of Preventive Health Conference

CME points: 6


Tuesday, 31 October 2023

Theme: A New Era of Public Health


Public Health and Disease Control and Prevention are amongst the top priorities of The National Health Sector Transformation Program of Saudi Arabia. Under the Patronage of the Ministry of Health, and with the participation of local and global Public Health experts, the Public Health Conference is the premier platform for discussing the Kingdom’s strategic directives and approaches towards enhancing Public Health services, prevention and elimination of communicable and chronic diseases, and future plans to strengthen the Saudi Public Health system towards future epidemics. 

Key topics

  • Overview of the Public Health sector in Saudi Arabia 
  • Updates on Communicable & Non-Communicable diseases eradication in the Kingdom 
  • One Health: Updates and future directives 
  • Vaccination updates from the Kingdom 
  • New update in Obesity & Diabetes in Saudi Arabia

Benefits of attending

  • Learn updates on Communicable Diseases eradication 
  • Discuss the future of Public Health in the kingdom 
  • Analyse key factors impacting Chronic diseases eradication in Saudi  
  • Identify the kingdom’s future pandemic preparedness plans 

Scientific commitee:

Conference Chair 

  •  H.E. Abdullah Al Assiri, Deputy Assistant Minister for Preventive Health, Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia 

Scientific Committee 

  • Dr. Amal Mohammed Al Shahrani, Manager of Respiratory Disease Surveillance Program, Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia 
  • Dr. Sanaa Saad Alraihly, HIV/AIDs Program Manager, Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia 

Who will be attending? 

  • Public Health policy makers
  • Government entities 
  • Health planners and strategists 
  • Public Health professionals 
  • Infectious Diseases specialists, consultants, Heads of department 
  • Endocrinologists 
  • Epidemiologists 
  • Internal medicine, Family medicine, GP 
  • Infection Control 
  • Pediatricians 
  • Microbiologists, bacteriologists, virologists