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More Endocrinologists Required In Qatar

DiabetesAccording to an expert, the need for all over the world is increasing due to raising incidence of . Yesterday, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists () held its first conference for establishing a training program on endocrinology. Hamad Medical Corporation and Diabetes Association in collaboration with the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) held the First International AACE-Gulf Conference on Diabetes, Obesity and other Endocrine Diseases, which was opened by the Minister of Public Health and the Secretary-General of Supreme Council of Health H E Abdullah bin Khalid Al Qahtani.

Jeffrey R Garber, Secretary, AACE said that In the US, most of diabetes problems are translatable in the international arena, mainly in Qatar and the region. Jeffrey commented to the Peninsula “However increasing diabetes cases in Qatar is a huge problem, the point is how many of them see an endocrinologist. And the question is there enough endocrinologists to meet the needs of diabetic patients here? In the US the number of endocrinologists is much less than the required.”

Yearly, about 250 to 300 fellows are being trained by AACE using several techniques to treat diabetes patients. Dr Adullah Al Hamaq, Executive Director, QDA mentioned “AACE is considered a reference for all endocrinologists and dialectologist in the world beside the organization doing lots of studies on diabetes. It’s expected to discuss the suggestions put forward by the experts in the end of the meeting in order to improve the diabetes care in Qatar”.

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