ON-LINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
To register on-line please select the link above called Delegate Registration. The programme for the Berlin course is now available to view. Please select the link above called Course Information to view the first announcement.
Topics to be covered are:
Standards, Flow & Mainstream
Anatomy, Pathology and Treatment of the Posterior Compartment
Conservative Management of Urinary Incontinence
Neuromodulation and Neurogenic Bladder
Overactive Bladder and Uropharmacology
Mixed Incontinence, Diagnosis and Treatment
Registration for the event will be €150 without accommodation. The course fee will cover all course material, lunch on Friday, a welcome reception on Friday evening and all coffee breaks. An accomodation package is available.
If you have any questions re this event then please contact Avicia Burchill on email@example.com
Berlin is one of Europe’s leading cosmopolitan centres and is a city on the cutting edge that has often been in the spotlight on the world stage over the past 100 years. Berlin has always impressed visitors with its diversity of museums, palaces and historic edifices. Its’ historic significance as a former royal residence comes alive on almost every corner, especially in the eastern part of the city. One of the most important historic monuments and infamous symbols of the city is the remains of the barrier built in 1961 which became known as the Berlin Wall. This wall divided the city into two parts – East and West. The Berlin Wall was dismantled in 1989, once again reuniting East and West Germany. Although the wall has come down, the differences between the utilitarian East and decadent West are still apparent. Berlin is a mixture of both modern and ancient architecture that characterizes the cityscape.
Lectures and presentations will be given in English.
The Berlin climate is continental with hot summers. July and August are the warmest times with average temperatures of 22°c.
10 credits from EU-ACME
The ICS Educational Course, Berlin, July 4 -5, 2008 has been accredited within the EU-ACME programme by the European Board of Urology with a total of 10 credits for the entire two day course. The accreditation is in compliance with the EBU/UEMS regulations and is recognised by the American Medical Association.
12 points from the Berliner Ärztekammer
The Berliner Ärztekammer has granted a total of 12 points to the course. Certification of CME points according to the Guidelines of the UEMS by Medical Board of the State of Berlin.
Casual for all occasions.
Please check with your nearest German Consulate for more details concerning visa regulations applying to your citizenship. Should you require invitation letters or further Educational Course information in order to assist in your application for a visa, please do contact the secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Berlin Educational Course has been kindly sponsored by:
The Berlin Education Course will have the following exhibitors
Astellas Pharma GmbH
G. Pohl Boskamp Gmbh & Co
Johnson & Johnson / Ethicon
Laborie Medical Europe