6th McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine (MIRCIM) with EFIM and ISIM Sessions*


Start 11 May, 2021 at 11 AM

End 13 May, 2021 at 1 15 PM


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Contact Info

Marta Pasiut, Event Coordinator

E-Mail: secretariat@mircim.eu


Visit the website for more information

💻 REGISTER ONLINE: https://empendium.com/mircim/register

Email updates: https://empendium.com/mircim/

Download the MIRCIM 2021 Invitation

Dates: May 11 – June 17, 2021 (6 weeks: each Tuesday and Wednesday we publish a pre-recorded lecture and on Thursday there is an online meeting with live Q&A session between speakers from Tues and Wed and attendees).


Target Audience

General internists, subspecialists, hospitalists, family physicians, residents, and fellows in training specializing in internal medicine. Sessions are suitable for variety of learners and clinicians from junior to advanced physicians. The course is open to all interested healthcare professionals.


Learning Objectives

By attending this activity, through a variety of interactive and informative sessions, participants will be able to:

1. Learn and apply new elements of practical approach to the diagnosis and management of common problems encountered in hospital-based internal medicine practice.

2. Learn and apply new elements of practical approach to the diagnosis and management of common internal medicine problems encountered in the ambulatory care setting.

3. Integrate updates in evidence-based practice to enhance patient care.

4. Identify recent advances and controversies in internal medicine.

Aim: accessible presentation of practical, up-to-date, evidence-based knowledge useful in everyday practice of front line internal medicine specialists and subspecialists operating outside their area of expertise.  Opportunity to discuss most relevant statements presented in the latest guidelines, with take-home messages for immediate implementation.

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