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Past WFITN Courses

WFITN Course in Functional Neurovascular Anatomy

22nd to 25th July 2018
Grand Hills Hotel And Spa, 1204 Broumana, Lebanon

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Worldwide education has been the fundamental mission of Executive committee of WFITN for years. Many Past Presidents have endorsed the concept that “Anatomy is the Cheapest way to be safe” as a never “out of date” foundation for an educational course. The middle East region was chosen for 2018 following extensive discussions and selected based on the fact that it qualified as a “knowledge-needed” region.

This year’s WFITN Neurovascular Anatomy course was therefore chosen to be in BEIRUT, Lebanon, under the leadership of myself as the immediate Past President of the WFITN and in collaboration with Prof. Michel MAWAD who himself is a WFITN Past President. Both of us understand very well the concepts of WFITN education. Prof Mawad is not only a globally well respected INR but currently also the Dean of Medicine at the Gilbert and Rose-Marie Chagoury School of Medicine which is  part of the Lebanese American University, Together we have been working hard to make our course successful. There were 68 participants from various Neuroscience specialties, coming from 6 different continents (the majority were from the region). The Evaluation under format of the UEMSEACCME, who granted 22 CME credits convertible to AMA PRA category 1 credits, indicated excellent satisfaction by the participants. Rapid global changes in technology and new generation type doctors’ culture require us to update the teachings of anatomy while integrating it with clinical cases and illustrative imaging pictures.

Such an Educational course cannot be success without kind support from WFITN executive committee and our Course Faculty. Thanks to all major industrial companies who always understand how important this fundamental educational course are, and finally to all our WFITN members who take interest and participate in the course.

We are now looking forward to a different region in the world for our next WFITN NV course 2019, see you all soon.

Best,

 

Sirintara PONGPECH Singhara Na Ayudhaya, M.D. 
Professor of Radiology (INR), 1st Past President of WFITN,
Co-Director of WFITN NV anatomy course 2018.

 

The Functional Neurovascular Anatomy course is a comprehensive and didactic review of the embryology and vascular anatomy of the spine, brain, and head and neck. The course comprises lectures, 3D anatomic sessions as well as interactive workshops on angiographic images and on workstations with 3D DSA images.
The course has been created for neuroradiologists, radiologists, neurologists and neurosurgeons with particular interest in neurovascular diseases. It may be interesting to physicians in training to become INR specialists as well as senior physicians who wish to refresh their knowledge in functional neurovascular anatomy.
The course has previously been granted 22 CME credits by the UEMS-EACCME® (convertible to AMA PRA category 1 credits) and is compliant with the Eucomed Code of Ethical Business Practice. The maximum number of participants is 50.

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Beirut Course 2018

 

WFITN Course on Neurovascular Anatomy

1st to 5th November 2017
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Delhi, Mahipalpur Bypass, 110037 New Delhi, India

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The Functional Neurovascular Anatomy course is comprehensive and didactic review of the embryology and vascular anatomy of the brain, head and neck and spine.

The course will have lectures, and interactive workshops, including 3D images from cadaveric dissections and on workstations with 3D DSA images.

The course has been created for neuroradiologists,neurologists and neurosurgeons with particular interest in vascular diseases.

The course may be interesting to physicians in training to become INR specialists / Neurointerventionist, as well as senior neurointerventionists who wish to refresh their knowledge in functional neurovascular anatomy.

The maximum number of participants is 50.

The WFITN Functional Neurovascular Anatomy course has been granted 30 CME credits by the UEMS-EACCME. 

The course is compliant with the Eucomed Code of Ethical Business Practice.

 

WFITN Course on Neurovascular Anatomy

6th to 10th November 2016
Centro de Treinamento InRad - Instituto de Radiologia - FMUSP, 75 Rua Doutor Ovídio Pires de Campos, 05403-010 São Paulo, Brazil

The Functional Neurovascular Anatomy course is a comprehensive and didactic review of the embryology and vascular anatomy of the spine, brain, and head and neck. The course comprises lectures, 3D anatomic sessions as well as interactive workshops on angiographic images and on workstations with 3D DSA images.

The course has been created for neuroradiologists, radiologists, neurologists and neurosurgeons with particular interest in neurovascular diseases.  It may be interesting to physicians in training to become INR specialists as well as senior physicians who wish to refresh their knowledge in functional neurovascular anatomy.

The course is compliant with the Eucomed Code of Ethical Business Practice.
The maximum number of participants is 50.

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24th Zurich Course on Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology

22nd to 27th August 2016
Aga Khan University Hospital Laboratory Specimen Collection Unit, 100 Rämistrasse, 8091 Zürich, Switzerland

University Hospital of Zurich, Zürich, Switzerland

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WFITN Course in Functional Neurovascular Anatomy

5th to 9th October 2015
Hospital da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal

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The WFITN Functional Neurovascular Anatomy course has been granted 27 CME credits by the UEMS-EACCME

Course in Functionnal Neurovascular Anatomy

5th to 9th May 2014
Hospital da Luz, Portugal

Course in Functionnal Neurovascular Anatomy

18th to 22nd February 2013
Hospital da Luz, Portugal