Medical education at ARKANA Forum

Our trainings at a glance

Our trainings are dedicated to doctors and medical staff who work in the areas of intraoperative neuromonitoring, functional neurosurgery, neurological diagnostics and pain treatment.

To ensure a high quality of training and the best possible success in learning, the number of participants is limited. Each training is examined and certified by the State Medical Association. After completing a training you will receive a certificate and the corresponding education credits.

 

 

FNCH - 15th - 17th October 2017 in Emmendingen

Course & Workshop "Stereotactic & Functional Neurosurgery”
Course language: English

Primarily focussing on stereotactic methods the course will bring added value to both, colleagues just starting in this field as well as experienced neurosurgeons who want to deepen their practical knowledge. During extensive hands-on sessions you will have the opportunity to check out the planning software, stereotactic systems and instruments as well as microelectrode recording equipment.

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3rd international pIONM Symposium - 23rd - 24th October 2017
in Wendisch Rietz, Germany

at the medical competence center (www.medizin-im-gruenen.de)

This course is addressed to general and visceral surgeons being in charge of pIONM who want to get information and details on this specific IONM application. The mix of lectures given by well-known experts in the pIONM field, hands-on sessions with patient simulations in a modern operating environment guarantees a diversified and most interesting program. There will be sufficient time for discussions and questions.

Do not miss the opportunity to participate in this most interesting course.

We are looking forward to meet you at the symposium. In case we can assist you with any further details please do not hesitate to contact us.

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