The dates of EUBS2019 will be September 9-12, 2019, and it will take place in Tel Aviv, Israel, at the David Intercontinental Hotel. The conference will be jointly organised with an International Conference on Hyperbaric Oxygen and the Brain. This period has been chosen as it is after the summer break but just before the high holidays in Israel. Tel Aviv is an exciting hypermodern coastal city, with top-notch medical research and treatment facilities, but also bustling with beaches, restaurants and nightlife.
The conferences will be hosted by the Israeli Society for Hyperbaric and Diving Medicine, and the dedicated conference website www.eubs2019.com is already accessible (registrations and abstract submissions will start from October 2018).
The first “International French-Language Hyperbarc and Diving Medicine Conference” is organised by the International Association of French Language Hyperbaric Centres (ICHF: association Internationale des Centres Hyperbares Francophones).
The ICHF seeks to promote collaboration between french-language hyperbaric teams and centres, and has members from France, Switzerland, Belgium, Canada, Caribbean Islands, Indian Ocean Islands, and Africa.
Having started with regular video-conferencing meetings, the ICHF now goes one step further and “voilà !” – the first ICHF congress has been born.
Diving Medicine is a narrow-banded speciality and professional development opportunities are relatively rare.
To meet and maintain the Diving Medical communities’ high professional standards, the United Kingdom Sports Diving Medical Committee (UKDMC); and British Hyperbaric Association (BHA) have organised a joint two-day conference Wednesday 27- Thursday 28 of November 2019, in Hull, East Yorkshire.
The schedule of presentations and discussions meets the requirement of the UK HSE AMED revalidation regarding specialist diving medicine. Each day has been registered for six CPD points.
A program has been developed to meet a wide variety of interests with speakers from: France, Holland and the UK of course; Dr Susan Kayar has been invited as a key note speaker, formerly head of the decompression sickness research program at the Naval Medical Research Institute Bethesda Maryland USA, Susan will speak about biochemical decompression from ultradeep hydrogen diving.
Welcome Drinks are in Hull oldest Pub “Ye Old Black Boy” on the evening of Tuesday 26thNovember, from 1930 onwards.
The Conference will be held in Hull City Hall, 27 and 28, each day starting at 0900, see program for details.
The Course Dinner is to be in The Hull City Guildhall banquet room; pre-dinner drinks at 0730.
Find all details for online and telephone registration along with the full program athttps://www.ukdivingmedicine2019.com