3rd Nursing Case Management Conference


Welcome to the 3rd Nursing Case Management Conference!

It is exciting to welcome you all again to gather, learn, network and support the growth of our profession.

I was recently reminded of the 2017 theme for Case Management Week in the USA: Exceptional People Exceptional Care. 

This conference is the perfect opportunity for us here in the Middle East to also recognize the dedication, compassion and care outcomes achieved by Nurse Case Managers and Social Workers. It is time to celebrate these achievements and recognize what you have accomplished for the community as well as the advancement of healthcare delivery here in the UAE. 

Many of our sessions this year will revolve around the significance of effective communication and the impact on our patients and families, effective disease management and improving better outcomes.

I hope your attendance will arm you with an enhanced ‘tool kit’ to return to your organization and continue to provide Exceptional Care, delivered by Exceptional People!

Catherine Mcnamara 
Conference Chair  


  • Understand the impact effective communication has on successful transition for patients, families and healthcare providers
  • Recognize the significance of Family and Care Giver Support in achieving successful outcomes.
  • Understand the importance of Patient and Family engagement and education for effective disease management and improved outcomes.
  • Understand how an effective Case Management program will enhance interdisciplinary partnerships and positively impact hospital throughput and improve access to services.
  • Identify key factors important in managing the relationship between Payers and Providers and the significance of effective Utilization Management.
  • Understand the impact that complex psychosocial factors play for Case Managers to achieve successful care coordination.


  • Case Managers 
  • Nurses 
  • Social Workers 
  • Medical Directors 
  • Nurse Managers 
  • Physician Advisors
  • Allied Health Professionals