The Norwegian Inflammation Network (NORIN) is holding a new seminar entitled “Limitations of today's diagnosis and monitoring.”
When: Tuesday, 2 December, starting at 16:00
Where: Domus Medica, "Rotunde," Runde auditorium (GA21 R-105), Sognvannsveien 9, University of Oslo
Online registration form: https://nettskjema.uio.no/answer/62608.html
Limitations of today's diagnosis and monitoring.
16:10-16:30: Hilde Berner Hammer, Diakonhjemmet Hospital: "Use of ultrasound in diagnosis and follow-up of patients with inflammatory joint diseases"
16:30-16:50: Cornelia Ruland, Oslo University Hospital/University of Oslo: "Sisom: A gamification tool to elicit symptoms and illness burden from children"
16:50-17:10: Jakob Stamnes, Balter Medical: "Optical Transfer Diagnosis: A novel optical method for diagnosis and monitoring of changes in the physiology-morphology state of human tissue"
17:10-17:40: Coffee break
17:40-18:00: Kim Nylund, Haukeland University Hospital: "Is tissue perfusion related to inflammation in Crohn's disease?"
18:00-18:20: Erik Magnus Sæther, Oslo Economics: "Limitations of today's diagnosis and monitoring - An economic perspective"
18:20 onwards: NETWORKING WITH TAPAS & WINE