All about the PCR Peripheral Course
Peripheral @GISE 2017 in Milan, Italy
The Peripheral Course By and For Interventional Cardiologists joins the GISE 38th National Congress!
Made By and For Interventional Cardiologists, the PCR Peripheral Course aims to increase the proficiency of interventional teams across the world with the ultimate goal of improving patient care.
Today, the interventional peripheral space is reaching its “golden age” as it becomes the first-choice therapeutic option for the majority of patients affected by peripheral vascular disease. Within this scenario, the Course addresses the controversies, challenges and lack of consensus that still remain in-spite of worldwide accepted treatment strategies.
GISE and PCR Peripheral designed a comprehensive course including LIVE demonstrations, fellow’s course and essential learning. Read the vision laid out by the course directors, Giuseppe Musumeci, President of GISE, and William Wijns, chairman of PCR.
Dual Track Programme
PCR Peripheral @GISE 2017
This year, PCR Peripheral is happy to join forces with the 38th National Congress of the Italian Society of Interventional Cardiology (GISE) in Milan, Italy for two days on 11 and 12 October 2017.
- PCR Peripheral sessions will exclusively be held on 11 and 12 October 2017 in Rooms Yellow 3 and Red 2 of the Milan MiCo Congress Center
- Registration includes attendance for both GISE and PCR Peripheral sessions
PCR Peripheral @GISE hashtag
Interested in following PCR Peripheral @GISE from near or afar? Use the hashtag #gisepcr2017 and make sure you don't miss any of the congress buzz.
MedTech Europe compliance
PCR Peripheral @GISE 2017 has been approved as COMPLIANT with the MedTech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice. The overall appropriateness of the conference for sponsorship of healthcare professionals by MedTech Europe members has been assessed as COMPLIANT.
CME accreditation provides a guarantee to participants from all over the world that the content of the programme is of a high scientific and educational quality, and will allow PCR Peripheral @GISE 2017 participants to receive CME credits for the time spent in the educational activity.
PCR Peripheral @GISE 2017 educational Programme has been submitted for CME accreditation (EBAC).