1st International Medical Conference - Venous Endovascular

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1st International Medical Conference - Venous Endovascular

Postby 1eye » Mon Jan 24, 2011 2:14 pm

1st International Medical Conference - Venous Endovascular Forum

1st International Medical Conference
"Venous Endovascular Forum"

March 3rd-4th • 2011 • Katowice • Poland

Conference President: Assoc. Prof. Marian Simka, MD, PhD

Program includes:

* The first world premiere of the one year CCSVI researches.
* "Live cases" - transmissions from Euromedic Clinic.
* Presentations of world-famous endovascular surgeons and specialists in vascular diseases.
* Diagnostic workshops - equipment preparation and diagnostic training using USG Doppler Ultrasound, MRI and venography.
* The equipment necessary for CCSVI surgical treatment. Is there a need for improvement or change?
* Presentation of problems, complications and difficulties encountered when performing CCSVI surgery.
* Presentation of clinics from all over the world providing CCSVI treatment.


Social events:

* March 3rd - Welcome Reception in QUBUS Hotel Prestige Katowice - Sky Bar
* March 4th - Silesian night - tour and dinner in 19th century coal mine "GUIDO", Zabrze
* March 5th - Optional tour - Cracow


Speakers:

Fabrizio Salvi, MD, PhD, Italy; Assoc. Prof. Marian Simka, MD, PhD, Poland; Tomasz Ludyga, MD, PhD, Poland; Prof. E. Mark Haacke, MD, PhD, USA; Prof. Cristian Schulte, MD, PhD, Argentina; Prof. Krzysztof Ziaja, MD, PhD, Poland; Assoc. Prof. Ivo Petrov, MD, PhD, Bulgaria; Prof. Miro Denišlič, MD, PhD, Slovenia; Jacek Kostecki, MD, PhD, Poland; Vikas Gupta, MD, PhD, India; Kirsty Duncan, MD, PhD, Canada; Ma'moon Hasan Al-Omari, MD, PhD, Jordan; Assoc. Prof. Tomasz Urbanek, MD, PhD, Poland; Aneta Adamczyk-Ludyga, MD, PhD, Poland; Paweł Latacz, MD, PhD, Poland; Thomas Cormac Gilhooly, MD, PhD, United Kingdom; Piotr Janas, MD, PhD, Poland

The official language of the Conference is English.

Silesian Chamber of Physicians accreditation - 13 credits
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CME Accreditation - an application has been made to receive accreditation for Continuing Medical Education (CME) activity.
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Registration deadline is February 28th • 2011, register here.

Number of attendees is limited! Register now!

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Congress organisation: +48 32 258 15 90 wew. 39

More details: www.vefconference.pl

Organiser:
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p.s. Dr. Kirsty Duncan is the Canadian Federal Member of Parliament for Etobicoke, Ontario who has been working on the issue of CCSVI and MS in the official opposition Liberal Party.
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Postby hopeful2 » Mon Jan 24, 2011 4:43 pm

Thanks 1 eye for the post on this conference. I hope the event in Katowice will encourage a lot of sharing of info among doctors---from all continents.

The doctor who treated me first (Polish) is a speaker and I so wish I could connect him with the doctor who treated me for a seecond procedure just a few weeks ago (USA).

As a patient it doesn't seem appropriate to step in like that but I keep thinking wouldn't it provide a good learning opportunity for all of us pioneers (doctors and patients alike).

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Postby fernando » Mon Jan 24, 2011 7:22 pm

1eye wrote:1st International Medical Conference - Venous Endovascular Forum

Speakers:

Fabrizio Salvi, MD, PhD, Italy; Assoc. Prof. Marian Simka, MD, PhD, Poland; Tomasz Ludyga, MD, PhD, Poland; Prof. E. Mark Haacke, MD, PhD, USA; Prof. Cristian Schulte, MD, PhD, Argentina; Prof. Krzysztof Ziaja, MD, PhD, Poland; Assoc. Prof. Ivo Petrov, MD, PhD, Bulgaria; Prof. Miro Denišlič, MD, PhD, Slovenia; Jacek Kostecki, MD, PhD, Poland; Vikas Gupta, MD, PhD, India; Kirsty Duncan, MD, PhD, Canada; Ma'moon Hasan Al-Omari, MD, PhD, Jordan; Assoc. Prof. Tomasz Urbanek, MD, PhD, Poland; Aneta Adamczyk-Ludyga, MD, PhD, Poland; Paweł Latacz, MD, PhD, Poland; Thomas Cormac Gilhooly, MD, PhD, United Kingdom; Piotr Janas, MD, PhD, Poland



Glad to see that Dr. Cristian Schulte from Argentina is among the speakers.
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