Wednesday, 14 October, 2015 - 09:00 to Friday, 16 October, 2015 - 17:30
Event Type: Congresses

I am very pleased and honoured to welcome all specialists to the 14-th European Congress of Internal Medicine. It takes place in Moscow. Russia 14-16 October 2015. It comes in the wake of an extraordinarily successful 13-th European Congress of Internal Medicine held in Switzerland in May 2014. ECIM 2015 is a scientific Congress during which new research is being presented and discussed among scientists and practitioners from Europe and the rest of the world. We are delighted to welcome you to Moscow, one of the most beautiful capitals in the world.

Russian Scientific Medical Society of Internal Medicine (RNMOT) was established more than 100 years ago to bring together leading national experts in the field of internal medicine. Since foundation, the  Society of Internal Medicine considers that its main issue is the continuous professional development of medical practitioners in our country.

You must admit that this problem is not easy to be solved. Internal Deceases is a huge, almost infinite, an information field. It is really hard for new  practitioners to be aware of all the important and new thing concerning this topic. That is why we strive to help them.

We will do our best to make the program of the Congress be interesting, and first of all, useful for all professionals in the field of internal deceases. There are some scheduled reports on a wide range of issues with which you might face in their clinical practice.

We are planning an exciting Congress that is not to be missed and hope that you will make definitive plans to participate. Your contribution is important to us, and all submissions are handled via our homepage. We are looking forward to meeting you in Moscow.

We hope you will have an unforgettable  Congress in 2015, and we are eager to meet you in the wonderful city of Moscow!

Location: 
Crocus Expo
Krasnogorsk
PO Box 457
Krasnogorsk
143402
Russia

Relevant EFIM Publications

The challenge of implementing Less is More medicine: A European perspective

Author(s): Omar Kherad, Nathan Peiffer-Smadja, Lina Karlafti, Margus Lember, Nathalie Van Aerde, Orvar Gunnarsson, Cristian Baicus, Miguel Bigotte Vieira, António Vaz-Carneiro, Antonio Brucato, Ivica Lazurova, Wiktoria Leśniak, Thomas Hanslik, Stephen Hewitt, Eleni Papanicolaou, Olga Boeva, Dror Dicker, Biljana Ivanovska, Pinar Yldiz, Patrick Lacor, Mark Cranston, Frauke Weidanz, Giorgio Costantino, Nicola Montano
Date:16 April 2020

Medical and surgical co-management – A strategy of improving the quality and outcomes of perioperative care

Author(s): Carmen Fierbinţeanu-Braticevicia, Matthias Raspeb, Alin Liviu Predac, Evija Livčāned, Leonid Lazebnike, Soňa Kiňováf, Evert- Jan de Kruijfg, Radovan Hojsh, Thomas Hansliki, Mine Durusu-Tanrioverj, Francesco Dentalik, Xavier Corbellal, Pietro Castellinom, Monica Bivoln, Stefano Bassettio, Vasco Barretop, Eduardo Montero Ruizq, Luis Camposr, The Working Group on Professional Issues and Quality of Care of the European Federation of Internal Medicine (EFIM)
Date:15 November 2018

Hospital ambulatory medicine: A leading strategy for Internal Medicine in Europe

Author(s): Xavier Corbellaa, Vasco Barretob, Stefano Bassettic, Monica Bivold, Pietro Castellinoe, Evert-Jan de Kruijff, Francesco Dentalig, Mine Durusu-Tanriöverh, Carmen Fierbinţeanu-Braticevicii, Thomas Hanslikj, Radovan Hojsk, Soňa Kiňovál, Leonid Lazebnikm, Evija Livčānen, Matthias Raspeo, Luis Camposp, The Working Group on Professional Issues and Quality of Care, European Federation of Internal Medicine (EFIM)
Date:14 April 2018


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The principal objectives of EFIM is to promote internal medicine on a scientific educational, ethical and professional level and to support internists in providing better care for patients throughout Europe.

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What is internal medicine?

The specialty of internal medicine covers a wide range of conditions affecting the internal organs of the body. Although some diseases specifically affect individual organs, the majority of common diseases. The internist must then be trained to recognise and manage a broad range of diseases and, with the aging population, many patients with chronic and multiple disorders.

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