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International DAN Divers Day

Messe Düsseldorf, Germany (BOOT 2010)

DAN Europe has organised a Recreational Diving Medicine Symposium, open to all Divers interested in keeping up to date on the most recent advances regarding the safety of recreational and technical diving. During this International DAN Divers Day National and International experts will talk about diving medicine and safety, presenting the latest advances, updates and current research. The emphasis will be on clear, take-home messages for the divers, as well as on stressing the essential and pivotal role of DAN in fostering the current, more advanced, diver-oriented and diving safety-oriented international diving research.

The official languages of the Symposium will be English and German and simultaneous translation facilities (from English to German and from German to English) will be available during the lectures. This event is organised in co-operation with BOOT Düsseldorf and the GTÜM (German Medical Association for Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine) and is recognised by the GTÜM as continued Education for Diving Doctors. For this unique event we have chosen the “Messe Düsseldorf, Congress Center Süd” at the same time as the famous International BOOT show is taking place at this location (23-31/01/2010).

While participation in the DAN Day is offered free of charge, participants will need to purchase a regular BOOT show entry ticket in order to gain access to the Congress Center and BOOT show.

 

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