ISAPS Fresh Cadaver Aesthetic Dissection Course on Facial Anatomy - designated for a maximum of, or up to 12 European CME credits (ECMEC).

ISAPS Fresh Cadaver Aesthetic Dissection Course on Facial Anatomy - designated for a maximum of, or up to 12 European CME credits (ECMEC).

Date: 23 January 2015 - 24 January 2015

Location: Liège, BELGIUM

Venue: Anatomy lab University Hospital of Liège Sart-Tilman

Address: CHU de Liège Site du Sart Tilman Avenue de l'Hôpital, n°1 Domaine universitaire du Sart Tilman Bâtiment B 35 4000 Liège 1

Registration Fees

General Information:

Number of attendants:  32 to max 48 (2 per head)

International Faculty:   Alex Verpaele, GianLuca Giampiglio, Albert Demey, Serge De Fontaine, Jan Fabré, Patrick Tonnard

Course Directors:  Ivar van Heijningen and Jean-Luc Nizet

Accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to provide the following CME activity for medical specialists. 2nd International ISAPS Fresh Cadaver Aesthetic Dissection Course on Facial Anatomy in Liege

is designated for a maximum of, or up to 12 European CME credits (ECMEC).

Contact: Mrs. Anne-Marie Gillain

Email: info@dissectioncourse.com

Tel: 32 (0)4 242-5261

Fax: 32 (0)4 366-7061

Website: http://www.dissectioncourse.com


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