|2017/04/26||Announcement for 3rd IEF Forum
Announcement for 3rd IEF Forum
IEF is a federation aiming to establish an international academic exchange platform for high quality Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery centers.
IEF has been working on connecting excellent centers and surgeons worldwide, and 68 centers have joined us.
Many new innovations and ideas are often thought up and discuss at the IEF events. We think it is a good way opportunity to gain from the experience of other doctors and to give your knowledge back to the medical community. Now we are proud to announce that the 3rd IEF forum will be held at China Medical University Hospital’s Body science & Metabolic disorders International (BMI) Medical Center in Taichung, Taiwan from 28th July to 29th July.
This year, the forum will discuss the trends of metabolic surgery, body contouring surgery and the cooperation of different specialist in treating the metabolic disease nowadays. The forum will also include the newly findings about the treatment of obesity and diabetes in medicine and psychiatry, surgery live demonstration and debate issues on the surgery.
We greatly appreciate your participation in IEF, and we are looking forward to meeting you.
|2017/01/28||MOHAK INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
MOHAK INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
With 5 past IFSO presidents and 2 past OSSI presidents, this course is the biggest thing to have ever happened to the history of Bariatric surgery in India.
Contact Dr Winnie Mathur, our Bariatric manager at 9826010140 (WATS app available) for this unparalleled exposure.
|2017/01/27||IEF NEWSLETTER January 2017
IEF Newsletter January 2017
The IEF 2017 Newsletter for January just released. In the IEF Newsletter we present the activities which held by IEF members, the upcoming IEF event in Asia adn the medical advances in bariatric and metabolic surgery.
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|2017/01/04||Asia Obesity Walk 2017 Bangkok, Thailand
Asia Obesity Walk 2017 Bangkok, Thailand
Diabetes and Obesity have become a global health issue and Asia is in the focal point of the epidemic. Obesity not only affects a person’s appearance, but it can also lead to further health complications such as morbid obesity and heart disease. Apart from the obvious physical problems, recent studies have shown that patients who are obesity can suffer from such mental illnesses as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), binge eating disorder, and night eating syndrome.
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|2017/01/04||IFSO APC, 2017 - GOA, INDIA
Upcoming event: IFSO APC, 2017 - GOA, INDIA
Know Obesity - LIKE NEVER BEFORE
Obesity is a disease declared more than a decade back by the AMA Still unrecognized by the public, clinicians, government, payers.... Now is the time - Medical & para medical experts gear up to take up the challenge of Diabesity - The biggest burden on our health care systems Learn from the stalwarts - Internationally acclaimed experts, researchers & pioneers IFSO APC 2017 Goa invites you to upgrade, upskill yourself to meet this daunting challenge head on!
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