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rare 2017 - Les 5èmes rencontres des maladies rares

Ref: 25471 11/20/2017 -> 11/21/2017 - Paris FR

Editorial rare 2017 est la 5ème édition des rencontres des maladies rares qui a pour but de promouvoir en France une politique de santé et de recherche au service des personnes atteintes de maladies rares. rare réunit tous les acteurs : décideurs publics, représentants de malade...

Congress: Cancerology, Cardiology, Neurology, Pediatrics, Public Health, Genetic(s)

SFM 2017 - 15èmes Journées de la Société Française de Myologie

Ref: 25631 11/22/2017 -> 11/24/2017 - Colmar FR

Editorial Le rendez-vous annuel de la SFM se tiendra en 2017 à Colmar, et rassemblera entre 250 et 300 professionnels de santé, cliniciens et chercheurs dans le domaine de la myologie.
Présentation des travaux récents par les experts de la profession.
Sessions de myologie fondamentale, ses...

Congress: Neurology

The 12th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology (CONy)

Ref: 25642 03/22/2018 -> 03/25/2018 - Warsaw PL

We are proud to announce that the 12th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology (CONy).

Congress: Neurology

Brain and Body; It Is Time To Work Together

Ref: 26118 04/27/2018 -> 04/28/2018 - Bruxelles BE

The brain and the body are still too often approached in a dualistic way in movement therapies. Yet, understanding the intimacy of this brain-body relationship and the complex interactions that result from it means putting the patient at the centre of the treatment and accepting him or her as a ...

Congress: Physiotherapy, Neurology, Sports Medicine, Pneumology, Pain