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Interventional Pulmonology Advanced Training Course Program
Interventional Pulmonology Advanced Training Course Program

National Research Institute of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases

Vision

We are determined to gain international fame as an active prosperous center in providing medical services in the field of Interventional Pulmunology. Holding training courses and workshops and the related retraining scores and facilitate the notification processes and participation in training courses and workshops affiliated to Masih Daneshvari Hospital, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences.

Mission:

Interventional Pulmunology Group is committed to;

·         Provide better and even the first-class education.

·         Facilitate exchange of ideas and information through scientific meetings and publications.

·         Facilitate and promote research in matters of common interest for outstanding researchers.

·         Advise, collaborate and participate with governmental and non-governmental agencies in matters of common interest.

Leadership:

Led by Dr. Arda Kiani and Dr. Atefeh Abedini, the Interventional Pulmonology Programs at Masih Daneshvari Hospital focuses on minimally invasive basic and advanced diagnostic and treatment procedures. Dr. Behrooz Farzanegan leads the anesthetic pre-procedures.

Duration:

We provide a two-month educational course for Interventional Pulmunology. Educational programs are developed to cover four different groups including fellows, residents, interns and medical students as given below:

·         Fellows:

·         Residents:

·         Interns:

·         Medical students

·         Ph.D. by research students



Attachment : interventional pulmunology advanced training course program.pdf ( 1535KB )


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