3rd Congress on Controversies in Thrombosis and Hemostasis (CiTH) 2016 Moscow

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  • Con­gressMed is pleased to announce that the 3rd Con­gress on Con­tro­ver­sies in Throm­bo­sis and Hemo­sta­sis (CiTH) will be held in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the Russ­ian Sci­en­tific Soci­ety of Clin­i­cal Hemo­sta­si­ol­ogy in Moscow, Rus­sia on Octo­ber 2022, 2016 at the Hol­i­day Inn Moscow Sokol­niki.

    The 3rd edi­tion of this ‘con­cept con­gress’ will con­tinue to deal with con­tro­ver­sial issues in the field, in the for­mat of debates and dis­cus­sions allow­ing ample time for speaker-​participant inter­ac­tion. By attend­ing the con­gress par­tic­i­pants will have the oppor­tu­nity to attend two con­gresses in one, as the 2016 CiTH Con­gress will be held jointly with the 8th Russ­ian Con­fer­ence on Clin­i­cal Hemo­sta­sis and Hemorhe­ol­ogy. All ses­sions will be simul­ta­ne­ously trans­lated from/​to Russ­ian and English.

    Con­gresses are becom­ing more and more spe­cial­ized and monothe­matic, allow­ing lim­ited time to fully dis­cuss clin­i­cal mean­ing and the line between evi­dence based med­i­cine (EBM) and work­ing the­o­ries or ideas that are pre­ma­ture to imple­ment into prac­tice. CiTH addresses this need by facil­i­tat­ing effec­tive debate on unre­solved clin­i­cal and ther­a­peu­tic dilem­mas, sup­ported by expert opin­ions result­ing in agree­ment on timely issues.

    The abil­ity to dis­cuss con­tro­ver­sial top­ics with empha­sis on clin­i­cal solu­tions in cases where no agreed-​upon answers exist pro­vides clin­i­cians with an insight and a take-​home mes­sage that ame­lio­rates treat­ment in the most dif­fi­cult situations.

    Con­gress Topics

    • Throm­bo­sis in oncol­ogy and oncohematology
    • Throm­bo­sis and hem­or­rhage in obstetrics
    • Throm­bo­sis and hem­or­rhage in surgery and traumatology-​orthopedics
    • Coag­u­la­tion dis­or­ders in ICU
    • Pathol­ogy of platelet-​mediated hemo­sta­sis and vas­cu­lar wall. Antiplatelet and angio­pro­tec­tive agents
    • Venous throm­boem­bolism
    • Hemo­co­ag­u­la­tion prob­lems in pedi­atrics and neonatology
    • Arte­r­ial and venous throm­bo­sis in car­di­ol­ogy and neurology
    • Organ blood flow dis­or­ders, micro­cir­cu­la­tion and blood rheology
    • Phar­ma­coge­nomics
    • War­farin and new oral anti­co­ag­u­lant. New indi­ca­tions for NOAK
    • Heparins: past, present and future
    • Clin­i­cal trans­fu­siol­ogy and hemo­sta­sis disorders
    • Acute bleed­ing, care and pre­ven­tions. Patient’s blood management
    • Hemo­philia. Throm­bo­cy­topathias. Von Wille­brand Disease
    • An Update on Lab­o­ra­tory Diag­nos­tics in hemo­sta­sis and hemorheology
    • Autoim­mune dis­eases and pathol­ogy of hemostasis
    • New tools for diag­no­sis, ther­apy and pre­ven­tion of hemo­sta­sis dis­or­ders and blood rhe­ol­ogy disturbances
    • Throm­bolytic therapy
    • Basic research for clin­i­cal practice

    Young Sci­en­tist Award

    Who is eli­gi­ble to enter?

    Physi­cians, sci­en­tists & researchers born in 1981 or after

    What is this com­pe­ti­tion all about?

    The Sci­en­tific Com­mit­tee of the Con­gress on Con­tro­ver­sies in Throm­bo­sis and Hemo­sta­sis (CiTH) invites young sci­en­tists or researchers to sub­mit their work and to join the Young Sci­en­tist Award com­pe­ti­tion. The winner(s) will receive free reg­is­tra­tion and the abstract will be pre­sented as an oral presentation.

    Wow! How do I enter? It’s very simple.

    1. Sub­mit your abstract via the Con­gress website.
    2. Reg­is­ter and pay reg­is­tra­tion fees (If your abstract is selected as a win­ner, your full reg­is­tra­tion fees will be refunded).
    3. Include your date of birth dur­ing the reg­is­tra­tion process.

    Great! So what are the guide­lines for sub­mit­ting?

    • Sub­mit­ters must be born in 1981 or after.
    • Sub­mit­ters must be the first author of the abstract.
    • Atten­dance at the CiTH Con­gress by the win­ner is manda­tory in order to receive and col­lect the award.
    • Winner(s) who can­cel for any rea­son will not be enti­tled to col­lect their award.

    Faculty

    • Ben­jamin Bren­ner, Israel – Ram­bam Med­ical Center
    • Marco Cat­ta­neo, Italy – Uni­ver­sity of Milan
    • Anna Falanga, Italy – Hos­pi­tal Papa Gio­vanni XXIII
    • Kathe­lijn Fis­cher, Nether­lands – Uni­ver­sity Med­ical Cen­ter Utrecht
    • Jean Gris, France – Uni­ver­sity Hos­pi­tal of Nîmes
    • Gili Kenet, Israel – Tel Aviv University
    • Ton Lis­man, Nether­lands – Uni­ver­sity Med­ical Cen­ter Groningen
    • Aharon Lubet­sky, Israel – Sheba Med­ical Center
    • Pier M.Mannucci, Italy – Hos­pi­tal Cà Granda
    • Alan Michel­son, USA – Har­vard Med­ical School
    • Paolo Pran­doni, USA – Uni­ver­sity of Padua
    • Shoshana Revel-​Vilk, Israel – Hadas­sah Med­ical School
    • Peter Ver­hamme, Bel­gium – Uni­ver­sity of Leuven
    • Heleen Van Ommen, Bel­gium – Uni­ver­sity of Leuven
    • David Varon, Israel – Hebrew Uni­ver­sity Med­ical Center
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