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Annual conference focusing on digestive tract diseases and treatments.
Main topics are vascualr trauma and emergencies
Annual conference for researchers who invent, develop, and market information focused tools for clinical care and medical education.
Announcements of meetings, courses, and workshops by date, subject, and continent.
Biennial meeting of the Pan American Association of Anatomy
Discussing the diagnosis and treatment of diseases in countries where access to medical equipment is limited.
Provide clinicians with an awareness of practical healthcare information technology that can improve patient care.
Official web site for the medical conference to be held in Singapore June 26-30, 2005.
Strives to bring together leading experts in the fields of obesity and cardiovascular medicine. October 25-27, 2001.
September 1-6, 2003. Forum for physicians, physiotherapists, and patients. Includes schedule, organizing committee, and registration information.
Offers physician, clinician, and nursing attendees continuing medical education accredited sessions.
Meeting for the presentation of research by medical students, interns, and graduate students in the biomedical sciences.
April 30 to May 4, 2003. In Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
Offers an in-depth review of new federal cholesterol management (ATP III) guidelines. Co-sponsored by NHLBI and NCQA. June 3-5, 2001 in Washington DC.
Highlighting the latest progress in the area of hip surgery. Topics include biomechanics of the hip, traumatology, sports-related injuries, and conservative surgery.
Annual executive summit on prospering in the new American health care economy. Features an interactive forum covering developments in medical technology industry dynamics, technology value analysis, research and development strategy, product development, reimbursement strategies, outsourcing, and marketing innovations.