AONeuro Course Skull Base Dissection—Including a Symposium on Skull Base Trauma
Vienna, Austria
17 Oct 2016 - 20 Oct 2016
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Description

The AONeuro Course Skull Base Dissection is based on the competencies defined in AONeuro new curriculum for skull base and features an international faculty of experts. It is delivered through a combination of lectures, case discussions, and hands-on dissection. Didactic sessions will focus on 3-D anatomy as well as on concepts, strategies, and modern techniques to deal with tumors, vascular injuries, trauma, etc. Dissections will cover the most common microsurgical and endoscopic approaches in a systematically guided manner and will be performed in a high-level laboratory with anatomical specimens. Special focus will be given to numerous case discussion sessions where participants are encouraged to bring their own cases to add to those presented by the faculty.

Included in the event is a 1-day International Interdisciplinary Symposium on Skull Base Trauma on Thursday, October 20, 2016. The focus of this symposium is on epidemiology, enhanced diagnostics, new classification, modern ways of treatment, guidelines, and future trends. All sessions will be followed by interactive case discussions moderated by the faculty.

Registration fee for this 1-day-educational event only is € 60,-- 

For the symposium only, please register online as well, choosing the discount option "Discount for attendance of Symposium on Thursday only"  - 95% (discount: € 1.140,-- of total fee of 1.200,--) 

Learning objectives
Describe the complex anatomy of the skull base and its relation to the surrounding areas
Perform the most up-to-date endoscopic and microsurgical approaches
Recognize the most relevant pathologies (tumor, vascular, trauma, etc)
Apply the most up-to-date treatment practices for these pathologies
Review the technical solutions that are available to perform skull base procedures
Contributors
Engelbert Knosp  (Course Chair)
Christian Matula  (Course Director)
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Details
ID AONEURO_AUSTRIA_2016
Type AOCMF / AO partner event
Level Advances
Region Europe and Southern Africa
Language(s) English
Scope Regional
Academic status Peer reviewed
Format Course
Content Cadaver practicals, Debates, Discussion groups, Lectures
Target audience ENT surgery, General surgery, Neurosurgery, Oral and maxillofacial surgery
Registration
Closing date17 Oct 2016
Statusclosed
Places18
Available places3
Cancellation policyNo refund for cancellations within 10 days before event
Pricing
Euro 1200.00 EUR
Available discounts Amount %
Discount for attendance of Symposium on Thursday only -1140.00 EUR 95%
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Payment options and information
Please pay the course fee into the following account:

Name of Bank: Bank Austria / Creditanstalt. - Member of Unicredit
Name of Account: AOCMF Austria
IBAN: AT78 1200 0009 5161 6202
SWIFT/BIC: BKAUATWW

Please note that your seat is not confirmed and your place is not guaranteed until your payment of the course fee is received. After receipt of payment you will receive a final confirmation of your registration.
Included services
Course bag
Coffee breaks
Course dinner
Lunch
Hotels close to the course venue

Please organise your room reservation:

Hotel Regina
Rooseveltplatz 15
A-1090 Vienna

Phone:    +43 1 404 46 0
Email:    regina@kremslehnerhotels.at
www.kremslehnerhotels.at/en/hotel-regina-vienna

Hotel Best Western Harmonie
Harmoniegasse 5-7
A-1090 Vienna

Phone:    +43 1 317 66 04
Email:    harmonie@bestwestern-ce.com
www.harmonie-vienna.at


Contact(s)
Ms Sylvia Reischl (Local Organizer)
AO Courses Austria
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Austria
Mobile+436649253869
Emailsylvia.reischl@aofoundation.org
Ms Tamara Schönauer (AONeuro Project Assistant)
AO Foundation
Trauma
Clavadelerstrasse 8
7270 Davos Platz
Switzerland
Phone+41 79 483 21 38
Mobile+41 79 483 21 38
Emailtamara.schoenauer@aofoundation.org
Venue

Course Venue:

October 17+20, 2016 (lectures only):

Billrothhaus - Gesellschaft der Ärzte

Frankgasse8, A-1090  Vienna, Austria

www.billrothhaus.at

October 18+19, 2016 (wet lab)

Medical University Vienna (MUW)

Center for Anatomy and Cell Biology

Waehringer Strasse 13, A-1090 Vienna, Austria

 

The course venue is approximately 20 km from Vienna airport.
The fastest way to get to central Vienna is by City Airport Train (CAT), which takes 16 minutes to "Wien-Mitte".
Cab fee to the city run around € 40.- per way.


Links
Medical University Vienna, Center for Anatomy and Cell Biology
City Airport Train - CAT
Vienna Underground Map
Hotel Best Western Harmonie
Hotel Regina
Commercial partners
DePuy Synthes