Internationally renowned Canadian surgeons will visit the Canary Islands this April to train at Hospiten Rambla on new endovascular surgical techniques and their application in the aorta/lower limbs sector at the hands the head of the Endoluminal/Endovascular Diagnostics and Therapeutics Service at Hospiten, Professor Manuel Maynar, pioneer in applying innovative procedures in this field in 1980.
During this medical meeting, which will take place from April 15 to 17, specialists will share the latest advances in the field of minimally invasive surgery related to endoluminal/vascular techniques and in interventional radiology in diagnostics and therapeutics.
The doctors participating in the training program practice their profession in some of the most advanced health centers in Canada, such as Sherbrooke.
This international educational project, co-directed by Manuel Maynar and Tobias Zander, is part of the Chair of Medical Technologies program of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which is also managed by Professor Maynar and of which the Hospiten Group is an official collaborator.
It is a chair that covers all the scientific areas that are used or are liable to be used in the field of medicine. All activities developed within the program will be transferred to the community through participation in R + D + i projects, scientific publications, social outreach of results, socio-health education of the public and university teaching, in addition to educational innovation tasks at all levels of health education.
With this type of action, Hospiten consolidates its commitment to the continued education of its professionals in order to position itself as an international benchmark for high quality services, whose ultimate goal is to ensure the wellbeing of patients and their families and for the motivation of the company’s employees.