Dear Colleagues,

Welcome to the 3rd Arab Cochlear Implant Conference, the most prominent and largest conference in the field of ENT and Cochlear Implant in the Middle East and around the globe.

It is with great pride to welcome highly regarded organizations jointly cooperating with us, GCC ORL societies, Advanced Arab Academy of Audiology, Arab Academy of Otology and Cochlear Implant and American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery.

This event will once again unify acclaimed scientists, specialists, consultants, therapists, academicians and other interested participants to discuss new trends and opportunities addressing the current and advanced demands of our profession. What’s highly remarkable is the exceptional scientific program with variety of sessions expanding the knowledge and experience of every individual.

After the success of our 2nd conference, we are looking forward to seeing you for the 3rd time in Abu Dhabi. This year’s event will be held in Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers, the often slick and modern capital of the United Arab Emirates presents a fascinating mixture of tradition and progression and one of the fast-growing districts in the country with diverse attractions, explicitly unique history, culture and arts. A mix of international influences paired with loyalty to local heritage has resulted in a welcoming capital city that boasts a charming mix of new and old.

Together, with all the esteemed efforts of the organizing team, committees and the respected support of our valuable sponsors and exhibitors we hope to offer you a rewarding conference experience.


Prof. Abdulrahman Hagr
Conference President





There are many exciting reasons to choose Abu Dhabi, including the renowned Arabian hospitality and willingness to engage you with a centuries-old heritage that is still in evidence today. Join us at the Conrad Hotel Abu Dhabi and join in for our collective pursuit of advancing this life-changing technology, we recognize that true progress is achieved when we work hand in hand.

Together, we can break down barriers, bridge gaps, and create a world where individuals with hearing impairments can fully participate and thrive.