Sat, Jan 23|
A practical approach to Shortness of breath
I am pleased to invite you to participate in the first-ever online lecture of "A practical approach to common symptoms" presented by APSARA.
Time & Location
Jan 23, 2021, 9:00 PM GMT+9
About the event
I am pleased to invite you to participate in the first-ever online lecture of "A practical approach to common symptoms" presented by APSARA. This is a new online lecture series given by Japanese internal medicine specialists, taking place on the 4th Saturday of every month. Any students learning medicine or healthcare professionals can join us for free.
[Title] A practical approach to Shortness of breath
[Date] January 23 (Sat)
[Time] 21:00-21:40 (Time zone in Japan), 19:00-19:40 (Cambodia, Vietnam), 18:30-19:10 (Myanmar)
[Eligible participants] medical students, doctors, healthcare professionals and students from all over the world
[Place] Online (zoom webinar)
[Registration] Please fill out the following Google form to join the lecture
[How to attend] A few days before the lecture, a zoom link will be sent to your email address. Please join the lecture from the zoom link.
[Slides and archives] By filling out the form above, you will also receive the slides and lecture archives on Youtube after the lecture.
"A practical approach to common symptoms"
Jan 23 (Sat) "Shortness of breath" by Hiromizu Takahashi
Feb 27 (Sat) "Edema" by Ko Harada
Mar 27 (Sat) "Lymphadenopathy" by Yuji Yamada
Apr 27 (Sat) "Numbness" by Yoshifumi Hayashi
May 22 (Sat) "Hypotension" by Takehiro Kozuma
June 26 (Sat) "Arthralgia" by Tomoko Kumakawa
If you attend all six lectures, you will receive a certificate of attendance from our organization.
*What is APSARA?
APSARA stands for Asian Pacific Society of Hospital General Medicine, which was founded by three young Japanese doctors. Our activities mainly focus on medical education in Asian countries, especially in Cambodia. We started the annual conference in 2018, held in Phnom Penh, and also hold monthly online clinical reasoning conferences between two countries. In addition, we have seminars for medical students and young physicians to support their future global career. Our vision is to make international medical contributions through medical education in the Asian Pacific region.
For more information, please visit our website and follow our social media.