Joint meeting of FEPS & the Hungarian Physiological Society

27 August 2014 - 30 August 2014

Semmelweis University,
Tuzolto utca 37-47,
Budapest 1094, Hungary

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We would like to invite all European physiologists and biomedical scientists to attend the joint meeting of FEPS and the Hungarian Physiological Society in 2014. The meeting will be held in Budapest, Hungary in August 27-30, 2014. The congress will include plenary lectures of distinguished scientists, symposia organized on hot topics in physiological sciences, oral presentations and poster sessions. The program will cover the broad range of physiological sciences, and include the traditional FEPS Young Scientist and Physiology Teaching Symposia. The scientific quality of the presentations will guarantee that this meeting will be a memorable event for all attendees, and the program will be designed to provide opportunities for scientific exchange between the participants.

We sincerely believe that this meeting will be one of the most important European scientific events in 2014, and hope that you will come to Budapest and join the world's leading physiologists at this event.

On behalf of the Local and International Organizing Committee,

László Hunyady
President of the joint meeting of FEPS and the Hungarian Physiological Society

Teaching Physiology Symposium (27th August, between 2 and 4:30 PM). Please, find the detailed program in the attached file. This symposium will provide an excellent forum to discuss relevant questions regarding the Traditional versus Problem-based methods in the course of physiology/pathophysiology teaching in the Medical Curriculum.

Programme

Levente Kiss, Institute of Human Physiology and Clinical Experimental Research, Semmelweis University, Hungary: “Traditional Medical Curriculum in Semmelweis University”

Mirjam Oude Egbrink, Director of the Educational Institute of the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences of the Maastricht University, the Netherlands: “Integrated Problem-based Medical Curriculum in Maastricht University” 

Roger Rennenberg, Dept of Internal Medicine, Academic Hospital Maastricht, MUMC, the Netherlands: “Is Physiology really important for training medical students?”

Zsuzsanna Miklós, Institute of Human Physiology and Clinical Experimental Research, Semmelweis University, Hungary: “Physiology teaching in the traditional curriculum of Semmelweis University”

Ger van der Vusse, Dept of Physiology, Maastricht University, the Netherlands: “Physiology teaching in the integrative PBL curriculum of the Medical School of the Maastricht University”

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