A clinical conference is a medical education activity in which healthcare professionals discuss and analyze the diagnosis, treatment, and management of individual patient cases or clinical scenarios. These conferences provide a platform for interdisciplinary collaboration, critical thinking, evidence-based decision-making, and continuous professional development. They can take various forms, such as case presentations, morbidity and mortality reviews, tumor boards, journal clubs, or grand rounds. The primary objective of clinical conferences is to improve patient care by enhancing the knowledge, skills, and competencies of healthcare professionals through shared learning experiences.