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It is a great pleasure and honour to invite you to the First Palliative Care and Oncology

Conference PCOC held in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

After a long period of conferences being impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, we are excited to hold an innovative hybrid conference and reach a wide range of audience across the world.

This upcoming Conference will be held under a set of themes that highlight innovative and socially significant inquiries and innovations in the field of oncology and palliative care cross the world.

We are certain that this will be a platform to gather and disseminate the latest knowledge in recent advancements in emerging areas of diversified research fields covered during a conference that will provide a platform for the participants to share experiences and knowledge through several sessions, film presentations, workshops and lectures. I’d like to thank each of you for attending our conference and sharing your expertise to our gathering, you can expect a very stimulating, fruitful and enjoyable time in Manama.

We look forward to welcoming you in the Kingdom of Bahrain for the PCOC.


Dr. Ahmed Mohamed AlAnsari

Chief Executive of Government Hospitals






Registration InPerson/Physical


50 BD

Registration Virtual via ZOOM


20 BD

Sponsorship Package

All Prices Applicable for 10 % Vat
All Main sponsors (Diamond, Platinum) are eligible to have 50% discount off:

  • Extra delegates registration
  • Branding opportunity item


Gold Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Exhibition Floor Plan

Venue Gulf Convention Center, The Gulf Hotel, Manama Bahrain

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    Entry visa for GCC nationals

    The requirements for an entry visa to Bahrain differ from nationality to nationality so it is recommended to double check the requirements prior to travelling. Currently, every nationality wishing to enter the Kingdom of Bahrain requires an entry visa.  The exceptions to this rule are nationals of countries members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), and residents of GCC countries who have been living in that country for more than 6 months and have valid return visa to their country of residency.

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