Upcoming Medical Conferences in JerusalemSearch Criteria : Israel Jerusalem
Oct 27 - 31, 2019 | Jerusalem, Jerusalem
The 4th Franco Israeli Congress on Sleep and Sleep Apnea is organized by Paragon Israel and will be held from Oct 27 - 31, 2019 at Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel. Who should Attend? • ENT • Sleep Medicine Physicians • Cardiologist • Pulmonologist • Digestive Surgeon • Bariatric Surgeon • Psychiatrist • Generalist • Diabetologist • Nutritionist • Neurologist • Neurophysiologist • Urologist • Pediatrician • Dentists • Sleep Researcher • Sleep Technician • Endocrinologist Course Description: The first two days will be dedicated to lectures. French and Israeli point of views will be exposed allowing interesting exchanges on various topics from innovation and research to daily practice. Comparison of diagnostic and therapeutic care as well as a detailed analysis of literature will be part of the dedicated sessions to OSAS and other Sleep disorders The third day of our Congress will mainly be dedicated to workshops, enhancing friendly exchanges on professional practices and opportunities for networking. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
International Congress in Spirituality and Psychiatry 4th Global Meeting in Spirituality and Mental Health
Dec 01 - 04, 2019 | Jerusalem, Jerusalem
International Congress in Spirituality and Psychiatry 4th Global Meeting in Spirituality and Mental Health is organized by Target Conferences Ltd, World Psychiatric Association (WPA) Section on Religion, Spirituality and Psychiatry and will be held from Dec 01 - 04, 2019 at Mishkenot Sha'ananim, Jerusalem, Israel. Conference Description: Spirituality/Religion (S/R) is relevant to most of the human beings, 84% of the world's population reports a religious affiliation. Systematic reviews of the academic literature have identified literally thousands of empirical studies showing the relationship (usually positive but also negative) between S/R and health. However, there has been world wide a huge gap between knowledge available about the impact of S/R to health and the translation of this knowledge to the actual clinical practice and public health policies. Given this, the WPA recently published a Position Statement on Spirituality and Religion in Psychiatry emphasizing the importance of integrating S/R in clinical practice, research and education in Psychiatry. This Congress will focus on practical implications, on how to sensibly and effectively integrate S/R in mental health care and public policies. Topics: • Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapies • Ethical Boundaries of Spirituality/Religion Integration in Clinical Practice • Dealing with Harmful Spirituality/Religion Practices and Beliefs (negative religious coping) • Are there Psychiatric Contraindications for Meditation or Yoga Techniques? • WPA Position Statement: Global Implication • Psychiatric/Psychological Insights Provided by Spirituality/Religion Sacred Texts • Training in Religion/Psychiatry • State of the Art of the S/R and Mental Health Relationship • S/R, Faith Communities and Mental Health - Where There are No Psychiatrists • Have Genetics and Neuroimaging Explained Away Spirituality/Religion? • Spirituality/Religion in Preventive Psychiatry • Spirituality/Religion and Positive Psychiatry Speakers: Avdesh Sharma, India, Peter Verhagen, The Netherlands, Alan Fung, Canada, Haim Belmaker, Israel, Pesach Lichtenberg, Israel, Rael Strous, Israel, Alexander Moreira-Almeida, Brazil, Bernard Rensburg, South Africa, Roy Abraham Kallivayalil, India, Robert Cloninger, USA, Christopher Cook, UK, Anahy Fonseca, Brazil, Alison Gray, UK, Helen Herrman, Australia Category: Community | Religion and Spirituality | Religion Time: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Dec 04 - 06, 2019 | USD $700 | Jerusalem, Jerusalem
4th World Congress on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (WCRPL 2019) is organized by Target Conferences Ltd and will be held from Dec 04 - 06, 2019 at Inbal Jerusalem Hotel, Jerusalem, Israel. Who Should Attend: • Pharmacologists • Maternal Fetal Medicine • Radiologists, Imaging – 3D • Psychiatrists • Psychologists • Rheumatologists • Infertility and IFV Units • Gynecologists • Endoscopists • Obstetricians • Reproductive Endocrinologists • Internists • Hematologists • Reproductive Medicine • Reproductive Immunologists • Endocrinologists • Andrologists • Biologists • Immunologists Description: The 4th World Congress on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss 2019 is the perfect setting to get the most updated, state-of-the-art information on the latest developments in research and clinical practice in the main areas of recurrent pregnancy loss. It also gives you the opportunity to debate on controversial issues and to contribute, with your own voice. The meeting will be stimulating, allowing each one of you the opportunity to meet and/or create your own professional network of colleagues and friends. This world congress will include lectures by invited speakers, original study presentations, workshops, debates and case presentations in parallel sessions as well as open discussions with the audience. Topics: • Epidemiology and statistics • Evidenced based medicine • The prognosis of couples • Implantation failure and the window of implantation • Infertility, reproductive endocrinology • Ultrasound of early pregnancy • Uterine malformations and imaging, 3D ultrasound • Endoscopic surgery • Etiology • Clinical and laboratory evaluation of RPL couples • Thrombophilia, coagulation • Antiphospholipid antibodies • Immunology • Immunomodulatory treatments • Genetic aspects of the embryo • Genetic aspects of RPL couples • PGD, PGS, PGT • The role of male factor • Hormonal abnormalities • Thyroid function, antibodies • Possible treatments • Progesterone treatment • Low molecular weight heparin • Psychological care and support, tender loving care • Idiopathic and unexplained • New research and new frontiers • IUFD, stillbirth, APD • Pregnancy loss, miscarriage • Threatened miscarriage • Sub chorionic hematoma • Periviable preterm delivery Speakers: Prof. Asher Bashiri, Israel (President & Chair), Prof. Moty Pansky, Israel (Co-Chair), Dr. Mala Arora, India, Dr. Carmina Bermejo, Spain, Prof. William Buckett, Canada, Prof. Ole Christiansen, Denmark, Prof. Arsen Gvenetadze, Georgia, Prof. Avi Harlev, Israel, Prof. Harvey Kliman, USA, Prof. Ruth Lathi, USA, Dr. Emma Lucas, UK, Prof. Udo Markert, Germany, Prof. Roni Maymon, Israel, Prof. Raoul Orvieto, Israel, Ass. Prof. Thomas Philipp, Austria, Dr. Barry Ripps, USA, Dr. Sotirios Saravelos, UK, Dr. Fabio Scarpellini, Italy, Dr. Anuradha Shanmugham, USA, Prof. Nana Tetruashvili, Russia, Prof. Bettina Toth, Austria, Prof. Yuval Yaron, Israel