We would be grateful if you could disseminate information about the Third Kunwar Viren Oswal Course to your colleagues and trainees.
The Third Kunwar Viren Oswal Course is being organized from 17th to 21st August, 2015. The first three days will cover topics in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Liver Transplantation and Nutrition and the last two days will be for 2 workshops - Basic Workshop and Advanced Endoscopy Workshop.
We will be covering the following topics:
Chronic abdominal pain, Abdominal TB, Functional GI disorders, Chronic diarrhea, Celiac disease, H Pylori, Constipation, GI malignancies, GI motility disorders, Pancreatitis, Surgical gastroenterology, What’s new in Nutrition
Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative colitis, Liver in systemic disorders, Acute liver failure, Neonatal cholestasis – medical and surgical perspective, NAFLD, Metabolic disorders, Wilson’s disease, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C
Portal hypertension, Auto immune disease, Liver transplantation – indications and work up, The liver transplant operation, Long term follow up post liver transplantation, Hepatocyte and stem cell transplantation, Sedation, Endoscopy - diagnostic and therapeutic (videos),Colonoscopy - diagnostic and therapeutic (videos)
The course fees is USD 400.
Basic Endoscopy: USD 400
Advanced Endoscopy: USD 600
For more information, kindly contact:
Course Director: Prof. Anupam Sibal; email@example.com; 09810114840
Associate Course Director: Dr Sarath Gopalan firstname.lastname@example.org; 09810129965
Course Coordinators: Dr Vidyut Bhatia email@example.com; 09911190054
Dr Akshay Kapoor firstname.lastname@example.org; 09811116233
You can also log on to http://apollohospdelhi.com/web/ under What’s new section.
First Kunwar Viren Oswal Course
This course in pediatric gastroenterology hepatology and nutrition was organised at our institute in 2013 with a faculty comprising of 12 international and 32 national speakers. There were 85 delegates from 15 countries including various parts of India.
Second Kunwar Viren Oswal Course
The overwhelming response to the first course made us realize the unmet need for such a programme in this part of the subcontinent, prompting us to make it an annual feature. There were participants from 20 countries and for the first time in India, two hands on pediatric workshops in basic and advanced endoscopy were conducted.