The establishment of such a state institution is unrealistic. But medical experts in the field will not be disappointed and are looking to demonstrate how much medical expertise is available in the Koblenz health sector with its many clinics in a celebratory event on Wednesday, 15 September from 4 p.m.
Meanwhile the 15th colloquium is being organized by the Institute for Medical Technology and Information Processing (MTI), founded in 2008 at the University of Koblenz. It is a collaboration institution between the university and the university, including clinics in the Koblenz region. It serves as a research facility and an interdisciplinary network in the fields of medicine, technology and information processing in the Koblenz region. For over 15 years, Chief Physicians from various disciplines have been delivering lectures at MTI Colloquial.
This time, patients can also watch the lectures, as this year the colloquium will also be broadcast through live stream. Among other things, St. Nicholas Abbey Hospital in Andernach is represented by the region’s chief cardiologists, who are highly respected in the field, Dr. Ralph Rudelstein. Kemperhof, chief physician of the Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Clinic at the Central Rhine Community Clinic, in Koblenz, speaks about the topic of cystic fibrosis. Dr. Thomas Nusleni. lecture by Doctor. Dirk Holstein Will. Koblenzer Bruderhaus, Chief Physician of the Clinic for Arthroscopic Surgery and Sports Orthopedics at the Catholic Clinic Koblenz-Montabour, speaks about joint-preserving operations on the knee joint. CK
link to live stream can be found here and at program overview it’s going This way.
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