International Surgical Week
The World's Congress of Surgery - ISW 2022
49th World Congress of the International Society of Surgery ISS/SIC
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Learn from world-changing thinkers and innovators in the global surgical community
Engaging and insightful, the International Surgical Week (ISW) 2022 provides a platform for scientific and clinical working groups where they can collaborate to establish the foundations for future diagnostic and surgical challenges, and discuss novel approaches and standards, facilitating progress towards real-time, patient-oriented solutions.
We are pleased to inform you that International Surgical Week ISW 2022 has been granted 24 European CME credits (ECMEC®s) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®).
Our last congress was the Virtual Surgical Week VSW 2021. Visit www.isw2021.org for more information and to watch the sessions.
Support young surgeons. As the world has become “smaller”, we all recognize the importance of education in the developing world, and especially so in the field of health care and surgery. The primary goal of the ISS Foundation is to help to educate surgeons in the developing world on new techniques, state-of the-art ideas, and the ability to deliver these advances to their citizens. Our Society and this Foundation is dedicated to these educational endeavors. Please help us to meet these goals. Marco G. Patti, MD
Foundation for Global Surgical Care of the ISS/SIC
Art. 2 Purpose
The Foundation aims to promote further education and training in the various fields of surgery. The Foundation is internationally active.
The Foundation primarily pursues its purpose through:
The specific promotion of research and training projects and their documentation;
the organization, realization and support of further education and training courses, of specialist congresses, symposia and specialist discussion groups;
the support of specialist publications;
the payment of education grants;
the organization and support of the international exchange of specialists for research and other training purposes.
The Foundation has no profit-making purpose and does not seek to generate any profit. The Foundation's activities are based on the principle of non-profit making and political and religious independence. The Foundation may also acquire, manage and sell real estate as well as promote, support and carry out all activities to realize the purpose of the Foundation.
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International Society of Surgery
ISS/SIC Administrative Office
Seefeldstrasse 88, 8008 Zurich, Switzerland