"This activity is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Category 1) as defined by the Ministry of Public Health’s Department of Healthcare Professions - Accreditation Section (DHP-AS) and is approved for a maximum of 18.75 hours. This CPD activity was developed in partnership with AFC, QFA, and FIFA”
DHP accreditation code: HGI-03-P112 | 18.75 hours
This activity has been accredited by Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, the accredited CPD Provider of Continuing Medical Education and Continuing Professional Development (CME CPD) by the Ministry of Public Health's Department of Healthcare Professionals in Qatar.
Physicians, Allied Healthcare Practitioners, Dentists, Nurses, Pharmacists, Other (Physical Fitness Coaches, Referees, Scientists, Researchers).
Overall Learning Objectives:
On completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
Describe a management plan for common health conditions in football.
Explain gender challenges in football.
Apply a multidisciplinary team approach to footballers’ health care.
Organize optimal player medical care for sporting events, specifically under force majeure.
Develop a strategy to manage medical emergencies in football.
Explain some of the current controversies and ethical issues in football.
Create a strategy to protect players’ mental health and prevent sexual harassment.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The organising committee of the 7th AFC Medical Conference Qatar 2022 invites speakers/presenters to contribute to the Scientific Programme through submission of abstract for Symposiums / Free Papers Sessions (Podium and Poster)
The AFC Medical Conference will gathers renowned global experts in their respective fields to share and discuss the latest scientific medical developments. Since the first conference in 1995 in Tokyo, Japan, the AFC Medical Conference has grown significantly with increased attendances.
FIFA, its sister confederations, the Olympic movement and international sports and medical bodies have supported past conferences held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2000); Muscat, Oman (2005); Kuala Lumpur (2011); New Delhi, India (2015); and Chengdu, China PR (2019).