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POCUSNEO Canada is pleased to announce the first e-workshops in advanced hemodynamics starting from 1️⃣5️⃣ August 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣0️⃣ https://pocusneo.org/e-workshops/ https://pocusneo.org/e-conferences/ Yasser Elsayed (University of Manitoba) Muzafar Gani (McMaster University) Emailing E-conference Flyer final R.pdf
untilIt is an online course which lasts 3 months, starting in July, 2019. 28 topics avilable 24/24 and 7/7. 22 mexican professors and 8 international ones.
Dear Colleagues, We are organizing the next annual neonatal simulation conference in September on the 26th and 27th of September 2017 at the Grand Harbour Hotel Southampton in the summer. The conference has a multidisciplinary theme of ‘Simulating Together to Improve Neonatal Outcomes’. We are looking to showcase work done by you in the field of neonatal simulation and technology enhanced learning. There are 8 workshops, 16 plenary sessions and we will be accepting podium presentations and posters as well. There will be dedicated sessions covering simulation technology, debriefing, new mannikins, moulage, manikin modification and barriers to the uptake of simulation. This conference is about your work, let us learn from you. Amongst the awards to be won are ‘Young Investigator of the Year’, ‘Multidisciplinary Simulation Team of the Year’, ‘Application of Technology Enhanced Learning in Neonatal Care’ and ‘NEOSIMTEL CHAMPIONS’. For further information, speakers, and an abstract form or brochure please visit http://www.mproveonline.com/conference We are currently inviting abstracts for all the above including workshops. If you have a neonatal simulation programme and would like to present your work, or are a multiprofessional neonatal team looking to highlight technology enhanced learning in neonatal education please apply through the abstract form. Best Wishes Dr Alok Sharma (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Dr Ranjit Gunda (email@example.com)