Dr Rajesh Devassy
Dubai hospital to hold live surgery workshop
Dubai, May 27, 2013
Canadian Specialist Hospital (CSH), a leading hospital in Dubai catering to the tertiary health care needs, will hold a live laparoscopic surgery workshop and symposium.
The events are being held as part of the third International Consensus on Advanced Gynecological Endoscopy in the CSH operation rooms.
The workshop will bring together a group of highly experience Laparoscopic surgeons with international reputation, who are pioneers in the innovative and safe technique of modern laparoscopic procedure.
The surgeons are part of renowned training centers from around the world, such as the Pius Hospital Minimal Invasive Training and Gynecological Oncology Centre located in Oldenburg, Germany.
The surgeries will be performed at the Canadian Specialist Hospital in Dubai and streaming live to the auditorium of the hospital. The doctors who will perform the surgeries are Doctor Rajesh Devassy from Canadian Specialist Hospital, Dubai and Doctor Professor Rudy Leon De Wilde form Germany.
Following the live surgeries, Doctor Devassy and Doctor Professor Leon De Wilde will give lectures to the audience tackling different issues of gynecology. The workshops will also consist of hands-on training for all the participating doctors.
All doctors at the CSH are encouraged to attend in order to promote a learning environment of self-improvement to ensure that the doctors are up to date with the latest procedures. These initiatives ensure that patients are given the best form of treatment worldwide and at the same time the event has been kept open for Obs/ Gyn specialists associated with other centers.
Dr Hayder Al Zubaidy, CEO of CSH Dubai said, “Such events not only help promote a learning environment for our doctors, but they also help us gain international expertise to benefit from. Canadian Specialist Hospital recognizes that medicine is a dynamic world in which we must continue to evolve in order to remain among the best.” – TradeArabia News Service
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