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Saturday, 26 May 2018 16:08

27th IMIHO TWG Meeting - 9th Users Meeting Full Article

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The 9th IMIHO Users' Meeting took place on 22 May 18, hosted by the 404 Military Hospital, in Larissa. Representatives from Athens, Belgrade, Bucharest, Skopje and Sofia, along with members from SEDM Secretariat participated in the event. The vision, ongoing and upcoming activities, as well as the functionality of the IMIHO portal were presented to the personnel of the Hospital. The IMIHO Chairman and the delegations had the opportunity to engage in conversation and witness the high professional level of the Hospital's personnel.

The 27th IMIHO Technical Working Group on 23 May 18, was hosted in SEEBRIG HQ in Camp SCHINA, near Tyrnavos. Prior to the Meeting, a detailed briefing regarding SEEBRIG was presented to the delegations. During the Meeting, the IMIHO Chairman elaborated on the significant progress and tangible outcomes achieved during the last months, as well as the planned way-ahead. A fruitful dialog produced several action items of common interest and benefits. Specific actions were decided, aiming at further enriching the IMIHO Portal, enhancing functions offered at no cost to users, including webinars and online training.

On 24 May 18, the delegations had the memorable experience of visiting the majestic Monasteries of Meteora.

The IMIHO Chairman would like to thank Athens and especially the 1st Army and 404 Military Hospital for hosting the event and the excellent hospitality. Finally, he expressed his appreciation to the personnel of SEEBRIG for the exemplary organization and warm cordiality, as well as to SEDM Secretariat for the invaluable support.

Finally, we hope that these multinational activities will bring the national health care communities closer, provide an online medium for information and expertise exchange, while fostering scientific and academic collaboration among professionals of the Health Care Institutions, serving Military personnel.

More information will become available at the IMIHO Portal.

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