Surgical Infections Mini Course
This course is produced by the Surgical Infections Society of Europe
*4 CME points available from the Dutch Society of Surgeons
Wednesday June 1 2016, 13.00-18.00 hr
Who should attend?
Surgical residents, PhD students in surgery
After the mini course the participant will be able to take care of patients with acute and recurrent diverticulitis, colorectal anastomotic leakage and acute pancreatitis. The participant will also learn about the burden of surgical infections for patient and society.
- Acute and Recurrent Diverticulitis
- Colorectal anastomotic leakage
- Acute pancreatitis
Engage in interactive topic focused sessions where participants will work in subgroups on 3 topics on evidence and case based problems, to establish appropriate steps in diagnosis and treatment, supported by a faculty member. The interactive sessions will be followed by discussions and questions with an expert panel where participants will have ample opportunity to share experiences and examples from their own working environment.
|13.30||Lecture – Scope of the problem of SSI|
|13.50||Interactive session 1: EBM approach to Diverticulitis|
|15.00||Interactive session 2: Colorectal anastomotic leakage|
|16.10||Interactive session 3: Acute pancreatitis|
|17.20||Frequently asked questions (FAQ) with Expert Panel Moderator|
The interactive nature of the course means that you need to be able to understand and contribute actively to discussions in English. Please bring your own laptop or iPad for searching data on the internet. A few weeks before the course you will receive additional information and literature suggestions for preparing yourself.
€60 (incl.21% VAT)
Prof. Dr. Harry van Goor, Dr. Otmar Buyne, Dr. Ines Rubio-Perez, Dr. Georgios Gkiokas
How to register
Visit the registration page for the conference to register for this course