23rd Tutorial - Myeloid Malignancies (Muscat)
Type ll Hematology Tutorial Diagnostic Work-Up of Hematological Diseases
FOCUS ON MYELOID MALIGNANCIES (including Hemoglobinopathies)
DATES: January 30 – February 1, 2013
CHAIRS: S Alkindi (Oman), N Fawaz (Oman), S McCann (Ireland)
VENUE: Crowne Plaza Muscat, Muscat, Oman
EHA-ESH Hematology Tutorials present state-of-the-art science in a didactic format. They are also intended to promote informal interaction between scientists and clinicians working in the field of hematology.
The scientific program takes the participant through the diagnostic and clinical pathway. Plenary lectures alternate with interactive clinical case study and self-assessment sessions which use a Voting Box system conducive to lively discussions between lecturers and participants.
The faculty comprises leading hematologists highly experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of hematological malignancies.
This 23rd Hematology Tutorial (Type II) is targeted to clinicians, biologists and students working in the field of hematological malignancies or wishing to enter one of these fields.
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HOTEL ROOM BOOKING
For booking your hotel room for this tutorial, please contact:
Crowne Plaza Muscat
PO Box 1455 PC 112 Ruwi, Muscat, Oman
Phone: + 968 24660660 | Fax: +968 24574462
CANCELLATION POLICY OF REGISTRATION FEE
In case of cancellation, up until one month prior to the beginning of the meeting, your registration fee will be reimbursed in full (less bank charges). If the cancellation is notified between 1 and 30 days prior to the beginning of the meeting, 50% of the registration fee will be reimbursed (less bank charges). Cancellations notified during the meeting will not be reimbursed.
Tutorials are accredited by the EHA CME system. Participants of the EHA-ESH Diagnostic Work-up of Hematology Malignancies are eligible to receive one Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit point for every hour of accredited activity from the EHA-CME system.
This Tutorial has been made possible through the generous support by an unrestricted educational grant from: