Education Courses 24th International course on Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery of the Nose and Face

About the event

External rhinoplasty, Transposition flaps, Nasal reconstruction, Otoplasty, Blepharoplasty, Brow lift, Mentoplasty and Rhytidoplasty. These techniques are explained step by step by a multidisciplinary  international faculty of experts.

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About the event

External rhinoplasty, Transposition flaps, Nasal reconstruction, Otoplasty, Blepharoplasty, Brow lift, Mentoplasty and Rhytidoplasty.

These techniques are explained step by step by a multidisiciplinary international faculty of experts.

After each presentation you will practice a technique hands on.

Instead of employing chemicals to preserve bodies, the bodies are fresh frozen and brought to room temperature, providing the feel and texture of facial soft issue.

You will be practicing the techniques with only two participants per body.

 

The course of 2023 was very well evaluated. The mean score was 9,3 (1 = poor; 10 = excellent)

‘Great course which for me is a great example how to arrange a cadaver course for all different specialists and experience levels.’

‘Very good level, distinguished faculty members.’

‘Great course, thank you. Well organized and fun to attend.’

 

We are looking forward to meeting you in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Dr. Koen Ingels and Dr. Niels van Heerbeek,

Course directors

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Course dates

Course dates

2024: June 12-14

 



Dissection Manual

After registration you will receive the log in codes for the online Dissection Manual.


Faculty

The faculty of this course consists of:

 

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Faculty

Dr. G.W.J.A. Damen, Otorhinolaryngology/Facial plastic surgery 
Radboud university medical center Nijmegen The Netherlands 

Dr. N.S.J.J. Dhooghe, Plastic surgery 
University Hospitals Ghent Belgium 

Dr. N. van Heerbeek, Otorhinolaryngology/Facial plastic surgery 
Radboud university medical center Nijmegen The Netherlands 

C.R.M. Hetterschijt, Dermatology 
Radboud university medical center Nijmegen The Netherlands 

Prof. dr. W. Huvenne, Head and Neck Surgery 
University Hospitals Ghent Belgium                                                                  

Dr. K.J.A.O. Ingels, Otorhinolaryngology/Facial plastic surgery 
Radboud university medical center Nijmegen The Netherlands 

Dr. P.J.F.M. Lohuis, Otorhinolaryngology/Head and Neck surgery/Facial plastic surgery 
Netherlands Cancer Institute Antoni van Leeuwenhoek and Diakonessenhuis Zeist The Netherlands 

Dr. S.F.K. Lubeek, Dermatology 
Radboud university medical center Nijmegen The Netherlands 

Dr. M.J. Middelweerd, Otorhinolaryngology 
Van Linschoten Specialisten Hilversum The Netherlands 

Dr. Y. Saban, Facial Plastic Surgery                                                                                                  Rhinoplasties, Nice France

Dr. A.R.T. Scheffer Otorhinolaryngology/Facial plastic surgery 
Radboud university medical center Nijmegen The Netherlands 

Prof.dr.dr.dr. R. Siegert, Otorhinolaryngology 
Prosper Hospital and Ruhr University Bochum Germany 

Dr. A.J. Tasman, Otorhinolaryngology/Facial Plastic Surgery 
Kantonsspital St. Gallen Switzerland 

Prof.dr. H. Vermeersch, Plastic Surgery 
University Hospitals Ghent Belgium 

Dr. T. Xi, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon 
Radboud university medical center Nijmegen The Netherlands


Venue

Radboud university medical center Nijmegen, the Netherlands

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Venue

The course will take place at the Hippocratesroom and dissection room  of the Radboud university medical center, Geert Grooteplein 21, route 77 and route 101, Nijmegen

The city of Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands full of history and culture. The history of Nijmegen comprises the roman era settlement, the palace of Emperor Karl the Great, and the hard-fought ‘bridge too far’ over the river Wall during World War II. The inner city is a vibrant place with plenty of gourmet restaurants and characteristic pubs. During the summer Nijmegen hosts the largest annual walking event of the world ‘de 4-daagse’ during which over 1 million tourists flocks to the city.
 


Hotels

Nearby hotels:

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Hotels

Mercure Hotel Nijmegen Centre
Stationsplein 29 6512 AB Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)24-323 88 88
Email: H1356@accor.com

Van der Valk Hotel Nijmegen-Lent
Hertog Eduardplein 4 6663 AN Nijmegen-Lent, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0) 24 792 02 00
Email: info@nijmegen.valk.com

Sanadome Hotel & Spa Nijmegen
Weg door Jonkerbos 90, 6532 SZ Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)24 359 72 00
Email: info@sanadome.nl

Hotel Manna
Oranjesingel 2-C, 6511 NS  Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)24 3650990
Email: info@manna-nijmegen.nl

Hotel Valdin
Van Peltlaan 4, 6533 ZM  Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)24 3556902
Email: info@valdin.nl

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Bike rental

Take a ride in Nijmegen, the Netherlands

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Bike rental

With the shared bicycles and shared scooters, the municipality of Nijmegen provides more flexibility. The shared bicycles and shared scooters can be used for a few trips. This has the advantage that you can, for example, take the bus there and a shared bike back. The vehicles are also available at the P+Rs.

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Accreditation

Accreditation is be granted by:

The Nederlandse Vereniging voor Dermatologie en Venereologie (NVDV) for 19 points

The Nederlandse Vereniging voor Keel-Neus-Oorheelkunde (NVKNO0 for 18 points

The Nederlandse Vereniging voor Plastische Chirurgie (NVPC) for 19 points

Kwaliteitsregister Kaakchirurgen (NVMKA) for 17 points

 

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Accreditation

Nederlandse Vereniging voor Keel-Neus-Oorheelkunde (KNO)

Nederlandse Vereniging voor Mond - Kaak- Aangezichtschirurgie (MKA)

Nederlandse Vereniging voor Plastische Chirurgie (NVPC)

Nederlandse Vereniging voor Dermatologie en Venereologie (NVDV)


Quotes

The course of 2023 was very well evaluated.

 


 
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Quotes

The course of 2023 was very well evaluated. The mean score was 9,3 (1 = poor; 10 = excellent)

‘Great course which for me is a great example how to arrange a cadaver course for all different specialists and experience levels.’

‘Very good level, distinguished faculty members.’

‘Great course, thank you. Well organized and fun to attend.’


Contact

Yvonne Savelkoul-Broekman
Projectofficer

+31 6 15 31 02 41
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Travel info

There are several airports close to Nijmegen. 

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Travel info

There are several airports close to Nijmegen.  Below you can find a list of the closest ones and how to get to Nijmegen.

Weeze Airport
The closest airport to Nijmegen is in the German town of Weeze and approximately 40 minutes away from the city centre. There are direct buses from Weeze Airport to Nijmegen Central station. Tickets costs approximately €18 and reservation is required. Please note that Nijmegen is “Nimwegen” in the German language.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
The largest airport in the Netherlands – Schiphol is approximately 90 minutes away and offers a direct train connection to Nijmegen (Schiphol - Nijmegen). Tickets costs approximately €20.

Eindhoven Airport
Another Dutch airport close to Nijmegen is in Eindhoven, also approximately 90 minutes away. There is no direct bus or train connection, but buses are available from Eindhoven Airport to Eindhoven Train Station where you can  take a train to Nijmegen (including one transfer). You can use the following websites to plan your trip:

NS journey planner and 9292 journey planner. Tickets costs approximately €16.

Learn more about transportation in Nijmegen here.                                                       
Please note: most local buses in Nijmegen are now operating a cashless system.