Maela will be in attendance at Maison de la Chimie, on 12 January 2017 for the 6th annual day dedicated to the French Ambulatory Surgery Society (AFCA): JAB 2017.
The programme was carefully prepared by the Board of Directors’ team. Therefore, the conference will feature all the ingredients that helped make previous editions such a success: recent news from over the last year, particularly in terms of institutions (ANAP, HAS), the featured specialty, which this year is gynaecology, a seminar with a colleague, this year from Germany, who will tell us about ambulatory surgery in Germany and more specifically independent ambulatory surgery centres. Once again, the competition for the best communication strategy and the best video will give winners the chance to spend two days in one of the IAAS-accredited ambulatory surgery units in Europe.
Mais plusieurs nouveautés What’s more, this year will also feature:
Controversy; all living medical disciplines are enhanced by points of view that can initially appear to be contradictory but which, most often, prove to be complementary. Sharing the creation of this continually developing practice is the role of the “controversies”, which this year will address two subjects of interest to all our colleagues.
We will also discuss semantics, to clarify the language used about ambulatory surgery, which is not always fitting. We will also talk about task delegation, which can sometimes be authorised in France in ambulatory surgery.
We look forward to seeing many of you at our stand!