Training and Educational courses
of the OESO-Stanford SEMPIRE
Multidisciplinary Platform of Esophagology
Melbourne (Matthew Read)
August 6-10, 2019 (5d)
Multidisciplinary course on Esophagology
in conjunction with the Platform of Esophagology
April 12-13, 2019 (2d)
2019 Updates on Esophageal Disease
The World Organization for Specialized Studies on Diseases
of the Esophagus (OESO) has endorsed this live activity.
The programs of other Centers will be posted as the information is received.
Programs are expected from
Geneva – Milan – Rennes – Vienna.
A multidisciplinary, two-day program, left up to the initiative of each Pilot Center. These training courses are intended for participants coming, either from the Pilot Center country, or from any other country of the network. The fee will be decided by the Center.
Depending on the program, their number can be very small, allowing for particularly efficient interactive exchanges between clinicians, researchers and engineers, thus providing genuine, high level training on new devices and qualified expertise in esophagology.
The level of the courses will be determined by each Pilot Center, at Trainee or Fellow level. A particular emphasis will however be given, among all specialties considered in the training course, to the one characteristic of the Center.
The registration fee paid to participate in a course is to be decided by each Pilot Center.
Several possible dates for these courses should be submitted to OESO by each Center. - Opportunity will be given to the Pilot Centers to draw up a Review Article on the subject of a training course, to be submitted for publication in a special issue of the NYAS.
A particular emphasis will be given, among all specialties considered in the training course, to "the" previously agreed upon area as the one characteristic of the Center.
You will benefit from the distinctiveness of courses allowing for particularly efficient interactive exchanges, thus providing high level training.
Contribution twice a year, with one or several members of the Pilot Center, to a two-day
multidisciplinary OESO – STANFORD educational program organized one in Spring and one in Autumn, by:
These programs will be made up from the proposals for topics/speakers sent by the Pilot Centers, and selected by OESO – Stanford Medicine SEMPIRE.
Priority will be given to OESO Members and participants in previous training courses.
At the end of the Educational Programs held in Geneva or in Stanford, an OESO-SEMPIRE Certificate of Capacity in Esophagology will be awarded to those having, prior to the Educational Course, participated in two courses organized in other Centers of the network.
Accreditation of the courses will be requested from the EACCME (European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education). Credits obtained can be converted to an equivalent number of AMA (American Medical Association) PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.
One mandatory condition: the completed file for CME request will have to be submitted, at the latest, 12 weeks before the event.
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