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EANS Microneurosurgery Hands-On Course
7 - 10 November, 2019 | Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Announcing the second edition of this course from the EANS, taking place in Rotterdam from 7 - 10 November 2019. The course will be a complete microvascular experience, and include teaching on all types of anastomoses as well as experimental microsurgery at the Karolinska Institute, by those involved in microsurgical research as well as the big names you might expect, and our sterling EANS faculty. This course takes place at the microsurgical excellence center in the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam and is part of an ongoing collaboration on experimental microsurgery between the Erasmus MC and “Iuliu Hatieganu” University Cluj-Napoca.
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REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Please click below on the registration fees to register.
The registration fee includes all tuition costs and subsistence during the course (coffee breaks and lunches).
The course is limited to 24 participants.
Please note that the accommodation is not included in the registration fee and participants are responsible for their own arrangements.
We would recommend the following hotel near the course venue: Bilderberg Parkhotel, Westersingel 70, 3015 LB Rotterdam. A special reduced rate will be available for delegates. You will receive further information upon registration.
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"The participant-instructor ratio was excellent, each of us had an instructor near-by at all times, guiding us, praising us when we did well and gently correcting us in case of mistakes."
"It was one the best hands-on workshops I have ever attended. Non-stop teaching, non-stop working, amazing instructors, great organization and the amazing feeling of rapid improvement in little time. I loved every step of it and the live demonstrations were the best. Striking difference between how easy it looks and how absurdly difficult it is."
"All in all it was a very useful experience: didactic, challenging, pleasantly tiring and very friendly. Besides learning how to correctly train for microvascular surgery, I have also made new friends whom I am looking forward to seeing again. The venue and social events were also totally worth it."
Prof. Torstein R. Meling
Prof. Torstein R. Meling, Switzerland
All faculty have extensive teaching experience, particularly with regard to cadaver courses. As is the standard for EANS courses, approximately half of the faculty are EANS teachers, which means they undergo regular appraisals to ensure the quality of our provision.View the programme