TRAINING COURSE IN LYMPHATIC MICROSURGERY
Diagnostics, indications, treatment options, postoperative care and practical training
Faculty: Zaher Jandali, Lucian Jiga, Isao Koshima, Jaume Masià, Alex Nistor & Sinikka Suominen
Dates: 29th - 30th October 2018
Course venue: Centro de Cirugía de Mínima Invasión Jesús Usón (CCMIJU), Cáceres (Spain)
REGISTRATION FEE: 1.650€
OUT AND ABOUT CÁCERES (SPAIN)
HISTORICAL-ARTISTIC INTRODUCTION:Palaeolithic rock art, Neolithic pottery, warrior stelae from the Iron Age, Veton boars, remains of the Roman Norba Caesarina, the Arabic wall and cistern of Qazris, the huge number of medieval fortified houses and Renaissance palaces, the Co-cathedral and remains of religious buildings, the Real Audiencia (Royal Court) the University, the boulevards, etc. are just some of the marks left by the cultures that have formed Caceres.
CACERES' HISTORIC QUARTIER:The "Monumental City of Cáceres" was declared by the Council of Europe as the Third Monumental Complex of Europe in 1968 (after Prague and Tallinn) and World Heritage by Unesco in 1986. Cáceres also has other awards: Pomme d 'Or to "Tourism Merit", awarded by the International Federation of Tourism Journalists and Writers in 1996; Les Etoiles d'Or du Jumelage, awarded by the European Commission in 1999; The Archival prize awarded to him by the Association for the Recovery of Historical Centers in 2004 and the Citizens 2008 Award granted by the Association of Radio and Digital Television Entities, with the collaboration of the Citizen Audiovisual Council for the support that the citizenship provided to The candidacy for the European Capital of Culture of 2016. Cáceres is also a member of the Roads Networks of Sefarad, of the Vía de la Plata, being chosen by the Autonomous Community as Cultural Capital of Extremadura Enclave 92, and together with the solidarity effort of The administrations, private companies, official entities and private citizens, aspired between 2003 and 2010 to be European Capital of Culture in the year 2016.
HOW TO ARRIVE:Caceres is 300 km from Madrid and Lisbon. Neighbouring towns are Merida (69 km) and Guadalupe (125 km), both of which have monuments that have been declared World Heritage Sites. Other towns of interest for tourists nearby are: Salamanca (210 km), Trujillo (45 km), Avila (230 km), Toledo (265 km), and Seville (270 km). Caceres is connected by the A-66 (the old Roman Road de la Plata) to Hervas, Plasencia, Merida, Almendralejo, Zafra, Fuente de Cantos and Monesterio. It is connected, via the A-58 and passing by Trujillo, with Madrid and the Lusitanian capital, linking to Badajoz and Merida. It is also connected to Portugal by the N-521, through Valencia de Alcantara. From Ciudad Real you arrive by the N-430, by Fuenlabrada de los Montes, in the direction of Don Benito and Merida.
BRIEF GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE CITY:The city of Caceres is in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, in Extremadura. Interesting information: Caceres covers an area of 30 km², making it bigger than Bilbao or Leon, although it has a lower population density (90,000 inhabitants). It is Spain’s largest municipal area (1,768 km²). Caceres has a pleasant climate, even in winter. The average annual temperature is about 16º with only occasional precipitations in autumn and winter. The highest influx of tourists is in spring and autumn. Economically, services, commerce, the hotel industry and transport are the biggest sectors, added to which there is the University of Extremadura, which has become very important and the increase in tourism of recent years. Previously Caceres lived from mining (we recommend visiting the Centre for the Interpretation of the Mining Industry of Aldea Moret) and agricultural and livestock farming.
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The Residence JUMISC constructed as a Residential Complex consists of a building that has parking. The area is landscaped, emphasising the tranquility the Centre for Minimal Invasive Surgery offers, while also being located very close to the urban centre of the city of Caceres.
The building is distributed on two floors. The first floor comprises a room – designed as a dining room also for breakfast, and an apartment with two single rooms, a double room with en suite bathroom, a bathroom and a living / dining room. The second floor consists of a suite and 14 double rooms with full bathroom, television and terrace.
REGISTRATION FEE: 1.650€
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CANCELLATION POLICY: Registration is 50% refundable only if written cancellation is received before September 15th, 2018 No refunds will be given after this date for any reason
Centro de Cirugía de Mínima Invasión Jesús Usón (CCMIJU)
km 41, N-521
Cáceres (10004) - SPAIN
If you have any questions or need more information please contact us.Elena Mohedano
RMES Project Manager
Tel. 00 34 93 5565505