Scientific Information

Chairperson of the Meeting
Annamaria Iagnocco
Università degli Studi di Torino – Turin (Italy)
annamaria.iagnocco1@gmail.com

Scientific Committee
J.W.J. Bijlsma – The Netherlands
G. Burmester – Germany
M. Cutolo – Italy
T. Dörner – Germany
E. Ghigo – Italy
R. Lories – Belgium
G. Massazza – Italy
G. Saglio – Italy
Z. Szekanecz – Hungary

ITALIAN CME – Continuing Medical Education
The Congress is accredited by the National Commission for Continuing Education with the following educational goal finalized to “Clinical research, diagnostic and rehabilitative clinic-assistance pathways, assistance profiles-cure profiles (3)” for the following disciplinary areas: Medical Surgeon (Disciplines: Rheumatology – Allergology – Clinical Immunology – Anaesthesiology – Cardiology (incl. Pediatric cardiology) – Dermatology and Venereology – Genetics – Geriatrics – Diabetology and Metabolic Diseases – Infectious Diseases – Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation – General Practice – Emergency Medicine – Internal Medicine – Medical Biopathology – Nephrology – Ophtalmology – Orthopaedics and Traumatology – Medical Microbiology – Paediatrics – Radiology – Radiotherapy – Respiratory Diseases – Thermal Medicine – Anatomical pathology – Clinical Biochemistry – Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology – Forensic Medicine – Step by Step Assistance); Biologist (Disciplines: Biologist) Pharmacist (Disciplines: Territorial Pharmacy – Hospital Pharmacy) for nr. 200 participants. Credits will be recognized only upon presence at 90% of the scientific sessions and a 75% minimum score in the learning test. CME CREDITS: N. 6,3 – CME ID: 173 – 211728 ED. N. 1 Provider 173 – Università degli Studi di Torino Staff Formazione ECM – ecm@unito.it