The next few months hold Cleveland Clinic-sponsored courses on everything from valve disease to critical limb ischemia. And locales range from Miami to Chicago to Cleveland.
Hernia surgeons will gather with world-renowned experts for Updates in Abdominal Wall Reconstruction, Jan. 14-16 at Disney World. The program will feature a full day dedicated to robotic surgery.
A comprehensive suite of 30 free CME webcasts gives you the chance to see why clinicians came from 29 states and 20 nations to attend this year’s Biologic Therapies Summit VI.
Three meetings in one: Digestive Disease Institute Week, February 2-7, 2016, Boca Raton, offers world-class education and networking in a single convenient location. Expanded multidisciplinary, medical-surgical sessions let you customize your education.
This symposium is designed to give an update on preemptive perioperative nutrition intervention to optimize patient outcomes instead of focusing on replacing nutritional deficits and preventing malnutrition postoperatively.
Don’t miss this update on new mesh technology and surgical advances for hernias and complex abdominal wall reconstruction.
Register now for this Aug. 7 CME event from Cleveland Clinic’s Digestive Disease Institute. Discover insights on treating inflammatory bowel disease in adult and pediatric patients.
Cleveland Spine Review: Hands-On 2015 returns with its unique format to emphasize the fundamentals of spine surgery and the surgical decision-making process.
The R.J. Fasenmyer Center for Clinical Immunology at Cleveland Clinic has expanded its international educational reach with initiatives including a bilingual website with a key partner in Beijing and live educational activities.
Cleveland Clinic’s multidisciplinary approach to cancer care is demonstrated in the new Tumor Board webcast video series. The series launches with an HER2-positive breast cancer case.