Tropical Medicine Excursions (Mar 17 - 27, 2021)

Tropical Medicine Excursions (Mar 17 - 27, 2021)

English
Conferences
Medicine
Rural Medicine
16 March, 2021 - 26 March, 2021
Karama Lodge, Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania, Arusha, Tanzania, Arusha, Tanzania

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Tropical Medicine Excursions is organized by TROPMEDEX. This onsite medical conference will be held from Mar 17 - 27, 2020 at Karama Lodge, Arusha, Tanzania. This conference has been approved for a maximum of 60 CME hours. Description:The TROPMEDEX round-trip excursions are intended for a maximum of 13 healthcare professionals who wish to enhance their clinical skills in tropical medicine and travelers’ health in the endemic regions of Uganda, Tanzania, and Ghana. Tropical medicine specialists from Africa and Germany supervise individual on-site bedside teaching, laboratory sessions (hands-on microscopy of parasites in the blood, stool, urine, and skin) and deliver the lectures (in English) on up-to-date concerns faced in tropical medicine and travelers health in various hospitals and research institutions. The curriculum comprises the epidemiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and control of the most remarkable tropical infectious diseases. Moreover, the participants will get an insight into the local healthcare systems and examine during the medical field excursions the fantastic scenery and prolific flora and fauna of Africa. Each excursion is accredited with 60 CME hours by the Medical Association in Düsseldorf, Germany. Objectives:Practice-oriented training programs in the tropics are imperative for healthcare professionals to the prompt, correct diagnosis, and treatment of tropical infectious diseases. TROPMEDEX organizes these courses for doctors, physicians, travel medicine practitioners, GP’s, public health experts, nurse practitioners, and laboratory scientists to Africa.• More travelers get back from the tropics with tropical diseases• More refugees and asylum-seekers come to the Western world with „unknown“ infections• Due to global warming tropical diseases, such as malaria and Dengue fever, spread to temperate climate zones Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available. Conference Details Session Brochure : Download Session Brochure

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