The International Surgical Week (ISW) 2022

The International Surgical Week (ISW) 2022

Organizer: International Society of Surgery (ISS/SIC), College of Surgeons Academy of Medicine of Malaysia
Venue: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Stall 7, Jalan Pinang, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, MY
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Date: from: 2022-08-28 to: 2022-09-01
Fee: Not specified
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International Surgical Week (ISW) 2021 is POSTPONED to 2022. The congress will take place as the ISW 2022 from 28 August to 1 September in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


Engaging and insightful, the International Surgical Week (ISW) 2022 will be unlike any other meeting. Offering scientific excellence in the field of surgery at an affordable price, the event will bring together many of the world's leading experts. ISW 2022 will also provide a platform for scientific and clinical working groups where they can collaborate to establish the foundations for future diagnostic and surgical challenges, and discuss novel approaches and standards, facilitating progress towards real-time, patient-oriented solutions.Engaging and insightful, the International Surgical Week (ISW) 2022 will be unlike any other meeting. Offering scientific excellence in the field of surgery at an affordable price, the event will bring together many of the world's leading experts. ISW 2022 will also provide a platform for scientific and clinical working groups where they can collaborate to establish the foundations for future diagnostic and surgical challenges, and discuss novel approaches and standards, facilitating progress towards real-time, patient-oriented solutions.place as the ISW 2022 from 28 August to 1 September in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

 

The International Surgical Week (ISW) and the World Journal of Surgery (WJS) are two “jewels in the crown”, often pointed to by society leaders. While these two items are indeed foundational to our identity as the world’s leader in international surgery I think there is an even more compelling reason to belong: The ISS/SIC is the seat of international surgical democracy. With our offices in (arguably), the most politically neutral country in the world (Switzerland) the ISS/SIC is indeed a dispassionate proponent of scientific discovery and surgical care advancement AROUND THE WORLD.

 

There is no other surgical society with the history and track record of bringing the latest scientific advances –wherever discovered – onto the world stage, presented by the most distinguished surgeons in the world and by the brightest young minds from around the globe. More recently, the direction of the ISS/SIC to bring leadership in the provision of surgical, anesthesia, and critical care services to low and middle-income countries are unparalleled. By combining the strengths of the World Journal of Surgery, a society focused on global inequities in care (ASAP) and through the myriad efforts of the foundation and integrated societies, a small society such as ours can make a big difference. Despite that, we are small relative to the American College of Surgeons, or the Royal College of Surgeons of England, our ‘root system’, our network of engaged surgeons around the world and our truly democratic spirit of identifying leadership agnostic of the country of origin is a feature that no one can duplicate.


Finally, and most importantly, the ISS/SIC allows surgeons the chance to develop friendships and scientific collaborations with individuals, universities, and societies that they could never have imagined. Durable mentorship relationships develop that span specialty and geography. The international catalog of colleagues grows exponentially. There is hardly a country in the world that you might visit where there isn’t a friend in the ISS/SIC. It has been my experience that surgeons in the ISS/SIC are the most gracious and hospitable of any in the world.

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