Cardiology Forum 2024

It is with great pleasure that I extend this invitation to the Cardiology Forum 2024, scheduled for May 10-11, 2024, at the ICE Congress Center (Day 1) and Park Inn by Radisson Hotel (Day 2) in Krakow, Poland. This annual gathering promises to be a dynamic platform for sharing insights, fostering collaborations, and advancing our collective understanding of cardiology.

Our program features a diverse range of topics, with sessions designed to address current challenges and explore emerging trends in the field. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or a young researcher, your contributions are invaluable to our shared mission of improving patient care and outcomes.

Join us in the historic city of Krakow for two days of engaging discussions, networking opportunities, and memorable experiences. Together, let us chart the course for the future of cardiology.

We eagerly anticipate your presence at Cardiology Forum 2024.

Piotr Gajewski MD, PhD, FACP
President of the Polish Institute for Evidence Based Medicine

5th Medical Review Auschwitz: Medicine Behind the Barbed Wire

The aim of the conference is to educate the world’s medical community about the medical ethics and practice in the context of the Second World War, looking into the behavior of physicians and other medical professionals imprisoned in Nazi German concentration camps, prisons, ghettoes, or other places of detainment, as well as bringing to light the malpractice and ethical violations of the Nazi German doctors, hoping to demonstrate the implications of the history of medicine during that period for contemporary medical practice and healthcare policy.

The conference is part of the Medical Review Auschwitz project, developed with the aim of sharing with the international community the unique scientific documents published over 31 years (1961–1991) in the medical journal Przegląd Lekarski – Oświęcim (Medical Review – Auschwitz).

We hope that this annual conference makes a significant contribution to further the understanding of one of the darkest chapters in the history of medicine, both by spreading the knowledge of the often heroic attempts by medical professionals to counteract the grim reality of the war and the Holocaust and by educating about those physicians who became the perpetrators themselves. By doing this we intend to help the international community draw a lesson for future generations.

5th Medical Education Forum

This event is free of charge

Join us for an enriching Medical Education Forum designed exclusively for medical educators seeking to enhance their teaching practices and stay abreast of evolving methodologies. The forum will feature two insightful sessions, each focused on key aspects of medical education.

6th Clinical Cases in Internal Medicine: Learning Through Practice

This event is free of charge

The conference is set to host the final stage of the Young Talents in Internal Medicine: Best Case Report Contest, featuring presentations from the top 20 selected case reports submitted by global authors. In an engaging format, authors will showcase their cases, sparking in-depth discussions led by globally recognized experts in internal medicine. This dynamic exchange of knowledge not only celebrates the achievements of the authors but also provides a unique opportunity for attendees to gain practical insights, refine diagnostic abilities, and explore innovative approaches in the ever-evolving landscape of internal medicine.

The meeting promise to provide valuable insights, foster collaborative learning, and celebrate excellence in the field, making the conference a pivotal platform for advancing medical knowledge and enhancing diagnostic skills.

9th McMaster International Review Course in Internal Medicine

The three-day course will be filled with information-packed lectures delivered by an outstanding lineup of speakers who are world-renowned experts in their fields, authors of clinical practice guidelines and researchers behind breakthrough trials that shape the modern standards in medicine.

Our aim is to present up-to-date reliable knowledge that is useful in internal medicine.

MIRCIM 2024 will bring together the best that a hybrid event can offer: the opportunity to interact in person with colleagues from around the world and the convenience of attending the event online.