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Wednesday, 28 April 2021 06:51

14th IMIHO Users Meeting Announcement

We are very pleased to announce that the 14th IMIHO Users meeting will be held on 25 May 2021 (Tuesday) at 1100hrs (Athens local time). Please, note that Athens is currently at GMT +3 zone time, due to summer daylight saving time. Due to the ongoing pandemic and health care protocols, both events will be hosted virtually (teleconference), with Athens as Host Nation. The topics that will be discussed during the Meetings are presented in the attached Agenda document.  
 
During the 14th IMIHO Users Meeting,  the following events will take place:
(1)  An IMIHO Award Ceremony, for delivery of Awards to recipients, chaired by PMSC/SEDM-CC Chairman (or alternatively Director).
(2) A Webinar on Intensive Care will be executed. 
 
The Conference Room will be accessible via the IMIHO Portal to any registered user. 
 
More information are available at our website (registration required)
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Tuesday, 20 August 2019 11:05

IMIHO Webinar

We would like to announce that the next IMIHO Webinar initially scheduled for 10 Semptember 2019 at 1300 will be resceduled in October. 

During this event, authorized personnel of Participating Hospitals will present informational briefings on the capabilities and research opportunities.

More details will be provided in the future.

For more information and participation inquires, please contact your IMIHO National Coordinator or alternatively the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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