Bogota hands-on Rhinoplasty course2018-11-09T20:04:18+00:00

PARTICIPANTS

Who should attend this course?


Otolaryngologists
Facial Plastic Surgeons
Plastic Surgeons
Residents in the above specialties

FACULTY

Dr. Paulo Andrés Escobar

MEETING CHAIRMAN

Colombia

Dr. Paulo Andrés Escobar is a surgeon in both Facial Plastic Surgery and Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, certified in both Spain and Colombia. Dr. Escobar…

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Speakers

Dr. Mark Taylor

Canada

Dr. S. Mark Taylor is Professor and Head of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Dr. Taylor completed…

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Dr. Hesham Saleh

United Kingdom

Hesham Saleh is a consultant rhinologist/facial plastic surgeon at Charing Cross Hospital and the Royal Brompton Hospital in London…

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Dr. Eduardo Morera

Spain

Dr. Eduardo Morera Serna is a European board certified surgeon in Otorhinolaryngology, head and neck surgery. He graduated as ENT…

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WHY BOGOTA COURSE?

Experience a Fresh Cadaver Dissection ’’at its most realistic level’’: no fresh frozen nor formaldehyde-preserved

Learn more about both closed and open approaches

Meet worldwide masters in rhinoplasty

Taste Bogota’s explosion of culinary creativity

Participate to our video contest and have a chance to win the BEST VIDEO AWARD

Enjoy Bogota’s endless cultural opportunities

Discover breathtaking landscapes

Take advantage of this unique opportunity for networking with colleagues from all over the world

LOCATION AND HOW TO GET THERE

  • Location:

    April 25th and 26th, 2018 – Course

    AR Convention Center : Calle 113 # 7 – 80 Bogota, Colombia

    April 27th, 2018 – Hands-on Cadaver dissection workshop

    Latin American Minimally Invasive Surgery Training Center (CLEMI): Autopista Norte Km 16 vía Hatogrande, Sopo, Colombia

  • How to get there: 

    From El Dorado International Airport (BOG), the travel distance is approximately 18.0 km/11.19 miles

  • Transportation:

    Private Car Service: For an easy arrival, any of those hotels can arrange you a private car pick-up for an affordable rate.

    Taxi: Once you pass customs, leave the main building though the sliding doors and go right. Right in front of you, you’ll see the authorized airport taxi office. They will ask you (in spanish) the address of the hotel (make sure you have it to hand) and will give you a print out with the exact amount of money you’ll have to pay.