The International Society for the Study and Exchange of evidence from Clinical research And Medical experience is a non for profit, multidisciplinary, scientific association, with following objectives:
With an increasing workload in daily practice and decreasing time available, it becomes harder for healthcare professionals to attend time-consuming congresses and meetings, to keep up-to-date with all new scientific data, to filter the information and apply the evidence in clinical practice in order to improve patient outcomes.
Due to the continuously increasing and fast evolving knowledge base, Continuous Medical Education (CME) is becoming more and more important, while related evaluation and accreditation is getting more regulated and stringent. ISSECAM wants to develop unique CME, addressing unmet needs of healthcare professionals at both a disease-specific and patient-specific level. The CME programmes, both online and offline, should offer high return [credits, learning satisfaction] on time investment.
ISSECAM wants to address the future needs of CME by offering online and offline educational activities in multiple serious diseases.
The Global Congress on Bladder Cancer brings together top experts and delegates from several disciplines, for an in-depth discussion of the different aspects of bladder cancer, with a focus on difficulties and dilemmas of clinical decision making.
The Global Congress on Prostate Cancer brings together top experts and delegates for in-depth discussions on prostate cancer, with a strong focus on clinical decision making.
The peer-reviewed slide sets bring context and clinical relevance of new abstract data, important for clinical practice, presented at GU Oncology Congresses to the healthcare professional community.
The Belgian Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancer reunite medical oncologists, urologists, radiation oncologists and other colleagues involved in uro-oncology to work together to offer best treatment options to our cancer patients.
Top experts and care givers in HIV will discuss the different aspects of PrEP, with a focus on the newest evidence as well as difficulties and dilemmas of clinical decision making.
European educational programme to create awareness of GPs and urologists about nocturia/nocturnal polyuria, and educate them on correct diagnosis and optimal patient management.
Multidisciplinary meeting thoracic oncology