The second AfricaPCR Course will be taking place in Johannesburg from March 26 – 28, 2015 at the Forum, the Campus in Bryanston.
The 2015 Course will build on the objective of exploring clinical challenges specific to Africa and forging solutions through a highly interactive process of sharing, learning, questioning, and challenging of the facilitators.
The highlights of the 2015 programme will be: STEMI – exploring solutions to problems defined in 2014; setting up a cathlab service in Africa and managing patients with resource limitations. There will be a focus on the local environment and particular circumstances of each African region.
An exciting session on high-risk patients will cover the ideal preparation for procedures with these patients and how to prevent and avoid complications.
Atrial septal defect, left atrial appendage closure and left main intervention will be featured in the African context, and the complex issue of peri-procedural antithrombotic pharmacology will be distilled into a rational, practical approach.
Parallel sessions will include an interactive case corner as well as a dedicated programme for allied health professionals.
Exhibitors of allied drugs and medical equipment will be sponsoring industry supported sessions with supporting case studies. Interactive product demonstrations will also be held for delegates in the form of hands-on workshops.
For a detailed programme and to register, visit www.africapcr.com, email: email@example.com, or contact Europa Organisation Africa, Tel: (011) 325 0020. The discount for early bird registrations has been extended until January 31st.
CPD Points are available!
For further information on AfricaPCR, contact Claudette Lamont of Europa Organisation Africa on Tel: (011) 325 0020, Cell: 082 465 5570, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org