President: Dr.Sjukri Karim MD (Indonesia) Secretary-Treasurer: Dr. Dede Kusmana MD (Indonesia) Medical Advisor: Dr.Graeme Sloman A.M.,E.D., B.Sc.,F.R.C.P.(EDIN), F.R.A.C.P., F.A.C.C. Executive Officer: Mr.Cheng Siang Pang BBM. Singapore Regional Secretariat: Level 3, Singapore Heart Centre, Unit # 03-033 (SNHA) 3rd Hospital Avenue, Singapore 169608. Telephone No: (65) 323 3607 Fax No: (65) 324 0255 Melbourne Office: Suite 6.9, Epworth Hospital, 89 Bridge Road, Richmond VIC 3121, Australia. Telephone No: (61-3) 94292724 Fax No: (61-3) 94295563.
* MID-TERM CONFERENCE '97 IN CONJUNCTION WITH NATIONAL HEART ASSOCIATION OF MALAYSIA. "Valvular and Adult Congenital Heart Diseases" Kuching, Sarawak. 18th - 20th October' 97
COURSE IN ADVANCED CARDIOLOGY 15th Sept-9th Oct,1997. At Epworth Hospital, Melbourne, Australia. Organized by :The Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology & Victorian Heart Centre at Epworth Hospital,Melbourne.
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This program is designed for internists, cardiologists and emergency medicine practitioners and will assist in a better understanding and practice of Cardiology.
The program will concentrate on presenting the NEWER DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC TECHNIQUES used in clinical and invasive cardiology.
The program will focus on the newer techniques for managing acute myocardial infarctions, risk assessment and management, prevention and treatment of valvular and coronary artery disease, all aspects of interventional cardiology, treatment of congestive heart failure, (pharmacologic and surgical) treatment of arrhythmias including the use of pacemakers.
Specific objectives of the course:
On the completion of this program attendees should be competent in the following fields:
Each week of the course will include intensive training and demonstrations in the catheter laboratory or ward or operating theatre areas.
APPLICANTS SHOULD SPECIFY AREAS OF THEIR INTEREST WHEN APPLYING FOR THE COURSE.
Dr. Graeme Sloman, Medical Advisor, Asia-Pacific Society of Cardiology, Suite: 6.9,Epworth Hospital, 89, Bridge Road, Richmond, Victoria, AUSTRALIA. FAX : 61 - 3 - 9429 5563. Application for Advanced Cardiology Course-15 September - 9th October 1997 Name:______________________________________________________________________ Mailing address:_________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tel:________________________________________________ Fax:__________________________________________________ Signature________________________________________________Date________________________________________
PASSPORT AND VISA: Entry into Australia will be denied to those not holding a current passport and entry visa. It is also essential to purchase a return ticket. The processing of visa applications may take some time and it is recommended that you check with your travel agent or airline for advice regarding the procedures.
Language: The officinal language for the course is English.
Registration: A Registration fee of US$ 1500 is payable by bank draft to an Australian Bank prior to the commencement of the course.
Cancellations: All cancellations are to be in writing and made one month prior to the commencement of the course. A refund of 95% of the total registration fee will be made.
A SPECIAL OFFER-REDUCED REGISTRATION FEE OF US$ 200.00 PER WEEK IS AVAILABLE FOR REGISTERED NURSES INTERESTED IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE.
Insurance: The Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology and the Victorian Heart Centre cannot accept liability for personal injuries sustained by loss or damage to property owned by registrants. We advice you to ensure adequate travel and personal effects insurance. Unless reciprocal agreements exist, registrants are not covered under the Government Medicare Scheme.
Accommodation:This can be arranged for you if required. Accommodation varies from economically priced rooms in a guest house with your own cooking facilities within walking distance from the hospital to a variety of apartments or motels situated a short tram ride away.
Morning tea, Lunch and afternoon tea will be provided at the course.