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New program of on-line B.E.S.T. 2018/2019

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Welcome to the new website B.E.S.T. Innovation Course & discover the new program of this year 2018-2019, the new training program will be available from Monday, October 29th, 2018. This program (online & onsite) learning is dedicated to the mini-invasive Surgery & Innovation. Join free of charge to participate ! Are you ready? See you […]

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Opening of the platform of E-learning

New Skill, new year for B.E.S.T. Innovation

We have the pleasure to inform you that the platform of E-learning opens his door today on October 29th, 2018. You can now join free of charge and participate during this year. Good moment on our website, the team

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Do you want to know what is the B.E.S.T. Onsite Course week?

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Cool, no? How to participate? You wish to come to participate in the week of course B.E.S.T., here are your missions: Register for the online course of 2017/2018 Pass your 5 course modules, they will be broadcast throughout the year : Basics of Laparoscopic, Laparoscopic Procedures, MIS Technologies, Biomedical Engineering & Entrepreneurship Pass the all lessons […]

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NEW COURSE – Percutaneous Image-Guided Surgery

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REGISTER FOR THE COURSE “PERCUTANEOUS IMAGE-GUIDED SURGERY” ORGANIZED BY THE INSTITUT OF IMAGE-GUIDED SURGERY! Ircad-IHU is excited to present the first percutaneous image-guided surgery course This multidisciplinary course provides complete, timely, accurate, practical coverage of interventional image guided percutaneous radiology techniques applied to abdominal diseases while presenting new developments in instrumentation and technology in the field.  Designed for surgeons, radiologists and […]

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