Dear Friends, The MIPS educational course bring together international and local colleagues for an interesting and challenging scientific program. The MIPS educational course “Female Urology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery in the Adriatic Countries”, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, April 9-10, 2016, will be as a unique initiative, creating an opportunity for Urologists, Urogynecologist, Reconstructive pelvic surgeon from Mediterranean to meet in Sarajevo for a scientific and social forum.The program created for this meeting is unique in its combination of scientific content with interactive expert discussion. We believe that this symposium is a wonderful and exclusive platform where partnerships and collaborations with the Bosnia and Herzegovina community can be formed. We look forward to welcoming you to Sarajevo!
Senad Bajramovic, MD
Pregnancy, Childbirth and the pelvic floor
Non-invasive therapy of pelvic floor dysfunctions
Invasive therapy of urinary incontinence
Pelvic organ prolapse surgery
Male and female reconstructive functional surgery
Operative procedures - Video clips
Attendance: This course is designed for practicing urologists, gynecologist, urogynecologist, reconstructive pelvic surgeon treating incontinence, pelvic floor disorders and voiding dysfunction in men and women.
Technical support: Kronos
The heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the administrative and cultural capital Sarajevo, once a heart-broken, torn and demolished city it has risen above its recent history to once more welcome visitors with its centuries-old tradition of hospitality. This vibrant city can penetrate as deep into the traveller’s soul as it does for residents.
One of its unique features, something that has led to it being termed ‘the Jerusalem of Europe’, is its religiously diverse citizenry. The actual name of the city, which comes from the Turkish words saray and ovasi, meaning ‘court’ and ‘field’ respectively, indicates, that Sarajevo is a creation of the Ottoman Empire.
A city with characteristics of the East (enriched by the Byzantine and Ottoman empires) and the West (the Roman, Venetian and Austro-Hungarian empires), Sarajevo holds a central charm that visitors feel, encompassing the best of both worlds. The towering tree- and house-studded hilltops that connect to the Dinaric Alps surround the city in its valley setting, while the Miljacka River running through the centre provides a secluded, private and magical atmosphere. Just a few miles out of Sarajevo, the region’s largest and most popular olympic mountains are crowded during the winter season with skiers and hikers coming from all over the country and abroad.
Each district provides every traveller endless opportunities for relaxation, vigorous sightseeing and, above all, the unique experiences gained as you share this city with Sarajevo’s locals.