NASCE annual Meeting: multidisciplinary education is the watchword

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The 7th NASCE/UEMS Scientific Meeting will be held soon, focusing on multidisciplinary education.

The upcoming international scientific conference “7th NASCE/UEMS Scientific Meeting – Multidisciplinary Education and Training”, is now just around the corner. It will be held at the Virtual Hospital of Lorraine in Nancy, France, from the 10th to 13th of October, and this annual event is organized by the Network of Accredited Clinical Skills Centers of Europe (NASCE). Founded under the auspices of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) in 2015, NASCE is an official organization in Europe that accredits Clinical Skills Centers in order to improve standards of operation and patient safety. The goal is to create a support system for the delivery of state-of-the-art clinical skills training in Europe and affiliated European countries.

The 7th NASCE Scientific Meeting will cover a wide range of topics related to simulation and surgery, including the latest advances in educational methodologies and technologies. The speakers will provide insights into the latest innovations and research results. The scientific sessions will be preceded by the Train the Trainers Course, a NASCE certified 2-day course for medical simulation educators.

In addition to the scientific program, the conference will also provide ample opportunities for networking, collaboration, and socializing. Participants will have the chance to connect with colleagues and peers from all over the world, create new partnerships and share experiences and perspectives in a supportive environment.

You can find details of the meeting by using the following link:


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