Continuing education offer for many medical specialties / Trade fair is growing again / Interdisciplinary exchange with TheraPro
The congress program of MEDIZIN 2023 stands and offers doctors from practice and clinic as well as professionals from the health care sector from the 3rd to the 5th. February again plenty of opportunity for further education. With a multi-layered program, the 57th Medical Congress of the District Medical Association of North Wuerttemberg. With around 55 lectures from ten different fields, interested parties can continue their education on different facets, contents and perspectives of medical activity. “Modern medicine has a wide range of treatment options. This is particularly important when it comes to approaches that connect and allow different areas to interact, explains Dr. Klaus Baier, President of the District Medical Association. “In view of this complex range of methods, it is important to offer doctors a platform that reports well versedly on central innovations and current topics.”
New products, inspiration and exchange – this is what the trade audience expects at MEDIZIN 2023 in Stuttgart.
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Topics of the time in critical discourse
On the 8th, which will also take place in addition to MEDICINE. State Congress Health Baden-Württemberg will meet on the 3rd. February Decision-makers and those responsible from the medical profession, associations and health insurance companies as well as political representatives on the technical discourse. The focus is on the highly topical question: “The health system in crisis mode?” The 4th February is dedicated to stress management and practice of the future as the Day of Medical Assistants under the motto “Practice and our Profession through the ages”. The Academy of Private Medical Clearing Office (PVS) Baden-Württemberg is also helping to shape the supporting program and offers on the 3rd and 4th February the seminars “Operation Career” and “Myth of Feelings”.
Number of exhibitors increased again
All participants of the congresses have free admission to the specialist exhibition MEDICINE. There, the number of bookings has increased again in recent weeks. With around 90 exhibitors, the popular marketplace for innovations in the industry is now almost completely occupied. The portfolio of the exhibiting companies is wide-ranging and covers every topic of the trade fair portfolio. “We are looking forward to a congress and trade fair weekend in which doctors are clearly the focus together with their patients,” summarizes Chamber President Baier. “The possibilities for networking and interdisciplinary exchange contribute significantly to this – also through the simultaneous TheraPro.”
Further information at www.medizin-stuttgart.de and www.therapro-messe.de