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أنشأت مؤسسة قطر الصندوق القطري لرعاية البحث العلمي عام 2006 كجزء من التزامها المستمر بإقامة الاقتصاد القائم على المعرفة في دولة قطر. وتولي مؤسسة قطر للبحوث أهمية قصوى استنادًا إلى دورها الحيوي في تحقيق النمو سواء داخل قطر أو على الصعيد الإقليمي، وكونها وسيلة لتنويع اقتصاد البلاد، وتعزيز الفرص التعليمية، وتطوير المجالات المؤثرة في المجتمع كالصحة والبيئة.

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Wednesday, February 8, 2023 7:30 PM Doha Time

HMC hosts first international pain conference

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HAMAD Medical Corporation (HMC) hosted the first Qatar International Pain Conference at the Qatar National Convention Center recently. It brought together 500 participants from Qatar and the abroad.
The aim of the event, organised by HMC's department of anaesthesiology, Intensive Care Unit and Perioperative Medicine in collaboration with Academic Health System (AHS) and support of Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF), was to share the latest knowledge about modern-day pain management. 
The event was attended by pain specialists, general physicians, medical students and delegates from academic, government and private institutions.

Islamic Medical and Scientific Ethics (IMSE) Collection

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Many of the items we bring you each week deal with our in house projects. Whether it is a new collection we are developing, a weekly program that has become a favorite or just an exploration of a great service we provide. These are all vital to what makes the Bioethics Research Library such a vibrant part of the bioethics community, but we would be remiss if we did not also occasionally highlight our larger, collaborative projects.
This week we are going to learn a little bit about our Islamic Medical and Scientific Ethics (IMSE) collection and show what can be accomplished when two libraries, thousands of miles apart, come together to create a truly unique resource.

Challenge 22 Roadshow Visits Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy’s Challenge 22 Roadshow has arrived in Saudi Arabia on a six-day stopover to meet with potential applicants and raise awareness about the innovation award that was borne out of a desire to celebrate the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar™ as a regional event. The visit kicked off in Dammam and will also include stops in Riyadh and Jeddah.

TAMU-Q hosts Liberal Arts International Conference

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TEXAS A&M at Qatar (Tamuq) is currently hosting its third annual Liberal Arts International Conference at Hamad Bin Khalifa Student Center at Education City. The three-day meet, which will conclude on Tuesday, is being organised by the university's Liberal Arts Program in collaboration with The Initiative in Professional Ethics (TIPE), an umbrella organisation for all ethics-related activities at Tamuq. The branch campus and Qatar National Research Fund are conference co-sponsors and Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) is the co-host.

Islamic Medical and Scientific Ethics

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The Qatar National Research Fund awarded a three-year, $1,050,000 grant to the Bioethics Research Library (BRL) and the School of Foreign Service Qatar Library (SFS-Q) to develop information services on Islamic Medical and Scientific Ethics (IMSE). Since October 2009, the project staff (working in Georgetown libraries in Qatar and Washington) have identified more than 3,000 writings on Islamic perspectives on abortion, death and dying, genetics, health care delivery, human experimentation, organ transplantation, and reproductive technologies, primarily in English and Arabic. Books, journal and newspaper articles, and web documents are some of the many formats collected. Bibliographic citations in the IMSE catalog are usually accompanied by abstracts, extensive subject headings, and/or links to online sources for full text.
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