IPEG and the Case Western Reserve University-Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital have collaborated to bring you the Virtual Pediatric Surgery Education Series, a series of interactive web symposiums to focus on controversial issues in pediatric surgery. IPEG Members in good standing will receive 50% off the symposium registration fee.
Each web symposium will typically include brief didactics, debate panel discussions, live cases, surgical video demonstrations, audience participation, Q & A sessions, and audience polling. These symposiums are also accredited for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits.
Join us from your office, home, or any computer with an Internet connection.
Pediatric Chest Wall Deformities: Current Concepts and Controversies
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
This international web symposium on chest wall deformities is intended for pediatric surgeons, general surgeons, thoracic surgeons, pediatricians and family practitioners from the United States and throughout the world, who have an interest in discussing controversies surrounding the evaluation and management of pectus excavatum and pectus carinatum repair. This symposium will include interactive discussions, led by international leaders in the field addressing the evaluation and treatment of chest wall deformities. Participants will have the opportunity throughout the symposium to discuss these issues and their questions with the faculty.
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