Events

Pnn Medical is represented at medical congresses worldwide across the year, and at our training workshops. To secure a Memokath™ workshop seat, please connect with us in good time.

Memokath™ training workshops

New users of Memokath™ re trained every day across the world through customized processes or Memokath™ workshops. Below is an overview the workshops currently planned. Please book your seat asap to secure your seat by contacting us. If none of the workshops suit your calendar, please contact us to plan a visit from one of our product specialists who will design a customized training process for you.

Memokath™ Workshop Webinar on 2 October 2020

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 34th International Memokath™ workshop and for the first time presented as a webinar. The workshop will focus on the use of Memokath™ in treatment of urinary tract obstructions and a short introduction to the BPH Memokath™. To participate send an email to info@pnnmedical.com

Medical congresses

To meet existing customers and engage with users new to Memokath™, Pnn Medical is represented with exhibition stands across the year at key urological meetings and congresses. Please look at the below calendar to see the next opportunity to meet us. We look forward to meeting you at our stands.

DUS 2020

We will participate at DUS 2020 (Danish Urological Society) in Nyborg on 27-28 November 2020.

The Memokath™ training workshops offer the opportunity to expand your knowledge
and network with peers from across the world – please apply in good time.

An opportunity to learn and connect

The Memokath™ workshops typically include 25 new users from across the world. They consist of in-depth urological case studies, hands-on training exercises and peer-to-peer discussions. The workshops are presented by experienced Memokath™ users from one of our many centers of excellence, alongside our team of product specialists. The workshops are engaging and exciting events providing new users the opportunity to learn from and connect with peers, and typically prompt back many positive reactions.

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