Hepatology On The Nile

Cairo Marriott Hotel

24-25 September, 2014

 

Obtain 12 CME Hours From The EACCME

This event was granted 12 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)

 

ECMEC Hours Mutually Recognized by the American Medical Association in the USA and The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Canada

 

 

 

 

 

 

A record 1,200 medical professionals attended the Postgraduate Course: Hepatology on the Nile, (Advances in Liver Disease 2014, World Expert Review), that was held in the Cairo Marriott hotel, on September 24-25, 2014.

 

We have to thank our eminent panel of international experts who addressed all the main topics of liver disease: Advances in Liver Disease 2014. Every speaker was a world authority in his topic. They covered all recent advances in diagnosis and management of HCV, HBV, HEV, HCC, NAFLD/NASH, Portal hypertension, liver transplantation, and others.

 

This year we offered free registration, which was made possible through an educational grant from the National Liver Institute, the voluntary participation of all our expert international and Egyptian speakers, and the unrestricted educational grants from our sponsors in the pharmacetical industry. We appreciate all their support.

 

The European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Eduction (EACCME) approved 12 CME hours for this meeting. These ECMEC Hours are mutually recognized by the American Medical Association in the USA and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Canada

 

Lectures are now available online.

 

We accepted 40 abstracts for poster presentation, and a student's abstract that we thought was worth presenting. The posters generated a lot of interest, and we will increase the space available for posters in our future meetings. You can review the abstracts here.

 

We hope you found the meeting beneficial, and look forward to receiving your feedback to improve our future meetings.

 

Conference President

Eman Rewisha

Professor and Chairman of Hepatology, NLI

© National Liver Institute 2014