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Child & Adolescents Health Course 18-20 Nov. 2014 (Jeddah)

Unread post by sindbad » 20 Oct 2014, 15:01

(20 CME Hours) :roll:
Start Date: 18 Nov 2014
End Date: 20 Nov 2014

location: Deanship of Postgraduate Education Building at KSAU-HS, Jeddah
The Deanship of Postgraduate Education in King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University Health Sciences (KSAU-HS) will host the “Child & Adolescents Health Course" at the Deanship of Postgraduate Education Building in KSAU-HS, Jeddah from 18 to 20 November 2014.

The course objectives are:
To improve the clinical skills of diagnosing some of the common & serious problems in pediatrics.
To improve the knowledge of pediatric preventive measures on the three levels of prevention.
To review the most common medical & surgical pediatric & adolescent complaints
To enlighten physicians on new & emerging issues for the adolescent age group.

Target Audience:
Family physicians
Pediatricians
General practitioners
Interns

Registration Fee:
Early Registration up to October 30, 2014: 400 SR
Late Registration after October 30, 2014: 500 SR
For more information and registration, kindly find attached Poster and fill out the Registration Form or you may contact:

Ms. Maha AL Jizani
PTC Coordinator
Direct Line +966-12-224-5015
Inside Hospital: 84-45015
Ms. Almera Ramos
Accountant
Direct Line 966-12-224-5043
Inside Hospital: 84-45043
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