Upcoming Medical Conferences in AustriaSearch Criteria : Austria
Apr 29 - 30, 2019 | Innsbruck, Tyrol
European Society of Surgical Oncology (ESSO)-ESSO Young Surgeons and Alumni Club (EYSAC) Hands on Course on Liver Surgery is organized by European Society of Surgical Oncology (ESSO) and will be held from Apr 29 - 30, 2019 at Department of Visceral,- Transplantation- and Thoracic Surgery, Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria. The target audience for this medical event is Young surgeons, surgical residents or registrars interested in liver surgery/surgical oncology of the livers. Aim of the course: This course is a hands-on workshop for surgical anatomy, operative and interventional technics for liver tumours. The course will focus on obtaining thorough understanding of functional liver anatomy and the technical aspects necessary for aspiring liver surgeons. Furthermore, surgically relevant liver diseases, diagnostics, perioperative management, radiological interventions and the role of transplantation for liver diseases will be discussed in an evidence-based, multidisciplinary environment. Educational methods: • Hands on cadaver sessions • Transmission of live surgery / OR visits • Educational videos and 3D-Anatomy atlas • Plenary lectures Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 02 - 03, 2019 | EUR €680 | Vienna, Wien
The European Congress on Advanced Treatments and Technologies in Sleep Medicine (SleepMed2019) is organized by Bioevents and will be held from May 02 - 03, 2019 at Hilton Vienna, Vienna, Wien, Austria. Target Audience: • Sleep Disorder experts • Sleep Medicine experts • Psychiatrists • Psychologists • Psychotherapists • Pulmonologists • Mental health experts • Clinical researchers & scientists • Primary Care Physicians • ENT surgeons • Pharma • Industry • Business Entrepreneurs • Start-Up Companies Abstract Topics: • Diagnosis in OSA in adults • Treatment of OSA in adults • Diagnosis of Pediatric OSA • Treatment of Pediatric OSA • Snoring - implications and treatment • Insomnia - implications and treatment • Hypersomnia - Narcolepsy • Shift Work Sleep Disorder • Road Accidents and sleep • Sleep in Neurologic diseases Overview: SleepMed2019 will address the multitude of complex issues associated with sleep problems, both in adults and children and will aim to improve sleep health and the treatment and prevention of sleep disorders. It is clear that there is a continuing necessity to streamline these issues into a process that will improve diagnostic technological development in terms of approval and commercialization, and address the various aspects of treatment as well as device development and the way to enhance them. The world-renowned faculty will tackle issues head-on through a comprehensive program which will focus on key areas including: • Design the Best Study • Improve Regulatory Process • Involvement of Digital Medicine • Management of Sleep-Disordered Breathing • Management of Insomnia, Hypersomnia • Prevention of Sleep Deprivation The scientific program will have a broad therapeutic focus and tackle both the global and specific regional differences. You are invited and encouraged to contribute to the program by submitting abstracts for oral and poster presentation. Prof. Asher Tal & Prof. Giora Pillar Congress Co-Chairs Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 02 - 03, 2019 | EUR €800 | Vienna, Wien
The European Conference on Controversies in Diabetic Foot Management is organized by Bioevents and will be held from May 02 - 03, 2019 at Hilton Vienna, Vienna, Wien, Austria. Target Audience: • Podiatrists • Orthopedists • Vascular and Plastic Surgeons • Dermatologists • Neurologists • Endocrinologists • Diabetes Specialists • Biomechanists • Rehabilitation Physicians • Physical Therapists • Nutritionists • Nurses and Nursing Practitioners • Footwear and Orthotic Consultants • Biomedical Researchers • Tissue Mechanists • Microbiologists • Sensor Technology Professionals • Image Processing and Big Data Professionals • Industry Research & Development Leaders • Other Experts Conference Description: Diabetic Foot is one of the most serious complications of Diabetes – which is of an epidemic scale in both developed and developing countries. Ulceration of the feet would severely aggravate the overall health status and patient condition and will likely have socioeconomic impact as well, particularly if eventually leading to foot or limb amputation. Clearly, managing the diabetic foot is a multidisciplinary effort by experts such as podiatrists, orthopedists, vascular and plastic surgeons, dermatologists, neurologists, endocrinologists, diabetes specialists, biomechanists, rehabilitation physicians, physical therapists, nutritionists, nurses, footwear and orthotic consultants and industry research & development leaders. Biomedical research in gait and motion science, tissue mechanics, microbiology, sensor technology, image processing and big data is foundational to clinical practice. This conference will provide a first-of-its-kind platform for multidisciplinary top-tier scientific and clinical discussions regarding the management and salvage of the diabetic foot, and will address technological innovation, debates and controversies in the field. The conference aims are as follows: • Facilitate an open conversation on common ground among the different research and clinical disciplines involved in the management and salvage of the diabetic foot • Highlight current controversies related to managing the diabetic foot and explain the present opposing views • Deliver state-of-the-art knowledge regarding clinical prevention and treatment of diabetic foot ulcers by the key opinion leaders in the field • Showcase promising research and technological breakthroughs in diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diabetic foot ulcers • Discuss risk assessment tools and the current and future medical technologies and devices supporting these clinical tasks • Analyze and assess products that are available for prevention and treatment of diabetic foot ulcers and the quality of scientific and clinical evidence to support relevant claims currently made by manufacturers We welcome attendees from the above-listed and other disciplines to the majestic city of Vienna to discuss the burning topics in diabetic foot management which include: • Risk assessment for diabetic foot ulceration in individuals: Clinical practice and available technologies to support practice • Early detection and diagnostics of pre-ulceration conditions • Ultrasound, infrared thermography, bio-impedance and other imaging modalities to determine foot tissue health status in persons with diabetes • In-shoe and wearable sensors to monitor the diabetic foot in real-time • e-Health and smart phone application technology to protect the diabetic foot • Big data for analysis of ulceration risks, epidemiology and patterns • Telemedicine to diagnose ulceration and manage the diabetic foot • Innovative medical device technologies in early detection, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diabetic foot ulcers • Individualized medicine in managing the diabetic foot • In-shoe microclimate and microclimate design of footwear and orthotic devices aimed at protecting the diabetic foot • Innovation in treating foot ulcers using surgical and non-surgical approaches • Dressing technologies for treating diabetic foot ulcers • Infections of diabetic foot ulcers and effective treatment of infections • Smart textiles and smart materials to protect and monitor the diabetic foot • Negative pressure therapy for treating diabetic foot ulcers • Novel approaches for neuropathy measurement and quantification • Tissue biomechanics and tissue structure and function in the diabetic foot • Off-loading and pressure redistribution devices to protect the diabetic foot • Innovative footwear and shoes for diabetics • Analysis of posture, gait and motion in diabetes and diabetic neuropathy • Rehabilitation after diabetic foot amputation • Orthotics and prosthetics for persons with diabetes • Hyperbaric medicine to treat diabetic foot ulcers
May 02, 2019 | EUR €700 | Vienna, Wien
1st Vienna interdisciplinary masterclass in minimal invasive pelvic surgery is organized by European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP) and will be held on May 02, 2019 at Medical University of Vienna Center for Anatomy and Cell Biology, Vienna, Wien, Austria. In current complex medicine, subspecialization has become mainstream and various disciplines offer surgical treatment for numerous diseases such as incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. With our interdisciplinary cadaver hands-on workshop for surgeons and gynecologists we intend to offer you not only improvement of your personal skills, but also a broader look at what is state-of the art in other specialties. Our ICS approved course may encourage you to become a true sparring partner for your clinical colleagues and may impact treatment decision-making in a multidisciplinary setting for the benefit of patients with pelvic floor disorders. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
48th European Medical Writers Association (EMWA) Conference is organized by European Medical Writers Association (EMWA) and will be held during May 07 - 11, 2019 at InterContinental Vienna, Vienna, Wien, Austria. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 10 - 11, 2019 | Salzburg, Salzburg
International Team for Implantology (ITI) Congress Austria is organized by International Team for Implantology (ITI) and will be held during May 10 - 11, 2019 at Salzburg, Austria. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Simply ORTHO First Annual Meeting is organized by Simply ORTHO and will be held from May 23 - 25, 2019 at Schlosspark Mauerbach Seminar Hotel, Vienna, Wien, Austria. Our Mission: Come learn with us, be inspired, and take-away actionable insights that will serve you well into the future. This meeting is not a typical congress. It’s the opportunity to make meaningful connections with the doctors who speak online in the group, people who will become your friends. There is no better time than this to make your mark in our community. An event that is independent to the brands and scientific societies with the sole purpose of sharing pure knowledge to aid in the advance of orthodontic. Expanding Knowledge / Meeting Friends Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 27 - 28, 2019 | EUR €800 | Vienna, Wien
The International Congress on Brain Health Innovations & Technologies (BrainHIT2019) is organized by Bioevents and will be held from May 27 - 28, 2019 at Hilton Vienna, Vienna, Wien, Austria. Target Audience: • Neurologists • Neurosurgeons • Neuroscientists • Psychiatrists • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physicians • Nurses and allied health professionals involved in the Brain arena • Academia • Entrepreneurs • Industry Leaders • Startups • High-tech life science industry involved in the brain ecosystem Congress Description: BrainHIT2019 is an innovative and informative platform aimed at exchanging knowledge between clinicians involved in the brain arena, neuroscientists, academia and entrepreneurs, startups and high-tech life science industry involved in the brain ecosystem. It takes pride of strong collaboration between clinical Neuroscience and Industry. The latest brain innovations and neuro-technologies for promoting healthy brains and healthy minds and for reducing the burden of stroke, dementia, migraine, neurodegeneration, traumatic brain injury and brain disease will be presented and discussed. BrainHIT2019 is excited to welcome a faculty of key opinion international leaders in neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, physical medicine and rehabilitation, neuroscience, high-tech life science and the neuro-technology community. It also serves as a platform for startup companies presenting their latest neuro-technologies. Hence, this is a truly unique opportunity to meet the interests of clinicians, academia and the industry alike. The Congress will cover topics such as: • Maintenance of Optimal Brain Health in Well-Being and Common Brain Disease • The Cerebral Small Vessel Disease, Dementia, Neurodegeneration, & Traumatic Brain Injury Challenge • Diabetes, Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia & Obesity Management for the Prevention of Stroke & Dementia and Preserving Brain Health • Promoting Brain Wellness & Modifying the Course of Cognitive Dysfunction • Novel Technologies and innovations for Stroke Prevention, Acute Management, Imaging and Restorative Therapy • Technologies and Innovations for Diagnosis & Monitoring, Assistive Technology, Therapeutic Technology & Care-Supportive Technology for Dementia, Neurodegeneration, Brain Disease and Injury • Technology-Based Cognitive Training and Rehabilitation • Digital Brain Technologies for Healthy Brains & Healthy Minds and for Brain Disease and Injury • Neuromodulation for Brain Disorders • Mapping Brain Health and Brain Network Imaging • Big Data and the Brain • Boosting Brain Innovation & Brain Technologies Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 27 - 28, 2019 | EUR €800 | Vienna, Wien
The 4th International Congress on Clinical Trials for Medical Devices (CTMD2019) is organized by Bioevents and will be held from May 27 - 28, 2019 at Hilton Vienna, Vienna, Wien, Austria. Target Audience: • Medical Professionals • R&D personnel • CEOs • Regulatory Affairs specialists • CROs • CRAs • QA personnel • Research facility managers • Pharmaceutical Company representatives • Start-Up Companies Description: Following the success of CTMD events in the last years. CTMD2019 will continue to focus on the latest developments and upcoming regulations on clinical trials for medical devices internationally. In this year and in the following years we are going to face major changes that will impact our regulatory strategy and approach. During this congress we will review the consequences of the changes and reflect the current regulatory atmosphere. Participants at CTMD 2019 will once again have the unique opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge from key opinion leaders by scheduling one-on-one meetings during the coffee and lunch breaks at the congress. CTMD2019 would like to welcome professionals worldwide with a target audience of entrepreneurs, CEOs, general managers, R&D personnel, clinical professionals, regulatory affairs specialists, engineers, CROs, application specialists and QA personnel. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 27 - 28, 2019 | EUR €700 | Vienna, Wien
The European Congress on Innovation in Diabetes Innovations (Diabetes-Innovations2019) is organized by Bioevents and will be held from May 27 - 28, 2019 at Hilton Vienna, Vienna, Wien, Austria. Target Audience: • Medical Professionals • R&D personnel • CEOs • Regulatory Affairs specialists • QA personnel • Research facility managers • Pharmaceutical Company representatives • Start-Up Companies Conference Description: Diabetes technology has developed over the last decades to become an essential component of diagnosis and care for patients with diabetes mellitus. New technologies derived from space travel and computer science are soon to be married with existing technology applications to make closed loop systems, artificial pancreas and other emerging treatment options to become real and not only virtual reality. Diabetes-Innovations2019 will welcome medical professionals, R&D personnel, treatment experts, industry leaders and other experts to the majestic city of Vienna. The Congress will focus on three main areas: • Provide a comprehensive overview over the emerging field of new current technology developments as innovative physico-chemical methods in the field of microelectronic mechanic systems and nanotechnology that have finally also reached the diabetes space. • Provide a comprehensive understanding regarding current approaches to integrate diabetes diagnostics and treatment information to provide real integrated patient care by using the emerging potential of wireless data collection and analysis for effective and safe applications to improve patient healthcare. • Provide a presentation platform for current non-invasive device developments and applications for assessment of glucose, cardiovascular parameters and other body signals. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.