European Course in Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy
If you are interested in attending ECMINT 2.4. please send an e-mail to Ms. Tarryn Ching: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see more details (programme etc.) below.
ECMINT - Information about the course in neurointerventions:
ECMINT is a 2 year program for trainees in interventional neuroradiology and endovascular neurosurgery. The Course is now in its second edition. The Course is comprehensive with a curriculum compliant with the requirements of the UEMS specialist section. It teaches trainees all components needed to practice the subspecialty.
Teaching is by an international faculty over 4 residential periods of 4/5 days each. These will be held at St Anne’s College, Oxford (UK). Students are encouraged to complete all 4 periods in sequence but completion of each element will credited for CME points. The ESMINT accreditation committee will undertake certification of students completing the Course.
Dates of ECMINT 2 - the second cycle:
Course 1: December 12-16, 2016
Course 2: June 20-23, 2017
Course 3: December 11-15, 2017
Course 4: June 27-30, 2018
Date: June 27-30, 2018
Place: St Anne's College, Oxford, UK
Course topic: Vascular Malformations
Consult the preliminary programme of ECMINT 2.4.
Dates of ECMINT 3 - the third cycle:
Course 1: 10 - 14 December 2018
Course 2: 26 - 29 June 2019
Course 3: 16 - 20 December 2019
Course 4: 23 - 26 June 2020
December 11-15, 2017
The third course of the second cycle of ECMINT was held again in St. Anne's College in Oxford. The course topic was: Ischaemic Stroke.
Please consult the programme for more information.
Dr Shelley Renowden, Professor James Byrne and Ms Tarryn Ching after the course:
"We could not believe it! We had a few freak very hot days in June for ECMINT 2.2. and now freak really cold weather and snow bringing the UK almost to a grinding halt, including Heathrow Airport. Northern Europe was seemingly similarly affected but despite all this, nearly 90 delegates, from all over the world, successfully made it to ECMINT 2.3 to enjoy a stimulating 4 days of enlightening education on all aspects of ischaemic stroke, delivered as usual by leading experts, covering pathophysiology, imaging, pharmacology, anatomy and neurointerventional management.
Passing another end of course quiz brought several delegates closer to the ECMINT diploma in September 2018."
Some impressions of ECMINT 2.3:
ECMINT 2.3 was granted 28 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). Please consult the Accreditation Letter by the EACCME.
ECMINT 2.3 was compliant with the Medtech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice. Please consult ECMINT 2.3 on EthicalMedTech.
June 20-23, 2017
The second course of the second cycle of ECMINT was held again at St. Anne's College in Oxford. The course topic was: Interventional Neuroradiology Techniques: Cerebral Aneurysms.
The course comprised a structure programme of lectures and tutorials followed by the examination (quiz).
ECMINT is growing fast! Selected 75 delegates attended the second part of the second cycle devoted to aneurysms, subarachnoid haemorrhage and delayed ischaemic deficit. The lectures and tutorials (state of the art) were again delivered (to the expected high standard) by renowned European experts and were appreciated by all. Three course quizes aided knowledge consolidation and the end of course quiz will, as usual, contribute to the entry criteria for the ESMINT Diploma. New professional relationships were forged both during the academic meeting and during some evening rest and relaxation.
Please look out for registration for ECMINT 2.3, December 11-15, 2017, Ischaemic Stroke, same venue. We will be able to accommodate 90 delegates, so please register early.
ECMINT 2.2 is granted 18 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
ECMINT 2.2 is compliant with the Medtech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice. Please consult ECMINT on EthicalMedTech.
Some impressions of ECMINT 2.2:
December 12-16, 2016
The first course of the second cycle of ECMINT was held recently at St Anne's College in Oxford. The theme of the course (comprising lectures, tutorials and quizzes) was neurovascular disorders of the skull base, encompassing skull base and craniofacial tumours, dural fistulas and venous sinus thrombosis. Embryology, anatomy, coagulation, antiplatelets completed the programme, all of which was successfully delivered by a renowned, distinguished faculty.
For the first time, the course were oversubscribed (68 delegates were accepted) and applicants had to be turned away - so early booking is necessary to avoid disappointment at future courses.
ECMINT 2.1 was the first of four courses of the second cycle which will make up the ECMINT curriculum. ECMINT 2.1 was granted 24 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
“Good course. Will come to the other 3.”
“Overall very high value.”
“Thank you for the wonderful course.”
“Excellent course. Will suggest others to attend.”
“Well organised course with good lecturers and faculty, would recommend it. Lecturers were enthusiastic and easy to approach for more discussion.”
> For more information about the first cycle ECMINT 1.