16 Feb 2023

CMEx-Philips international Point-of-Care-Cardiac-Ultrasound Two-day Course

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Registration close date : 31 Jan 2023
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If you are making travel plans for this training event, below are some hotels near CMEx Learning Center for your consideration: 

Nimman area  

  • U Nimman Hotel
  • Kantary Hill Hotel
  • Akyra Manor Chiang Mai Hotel
  • Stay with Nimman Hotel
  • Art Mai Gallery Nimman Hotel

Phra-Singh temple area

  • 99 The Heritage Hotel
  • 99 The Gallery Hotel
  • De Lanna Hotel
  • Wannamas Chiangmai Boutique House
  • Le Naview@Prasingh
  • Namton Botique Hotel
  • Phra Singh Village


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About Speaker
  • Rungsrit Kanjanavanit, M.D.
  • Director of CMEx Lifelong Learning Center, Chiang Mai Medical Excellence Center, Chiang Mai University, Thailand

    Dr Kanjanavanit was a graduate of Mahidol University medical school in 1990 and obtained his Board of Internal Medicine in 1996. He specialised in cardiology in 1999 and completed a year of training in Hammersmith Hospital, Imperial College School of Medicine, UK. He was awarded the top prize for medical graduate in 1990 and Professor John Goodwin award for the top students in Diploma in Cardiology in 1999 from Imperial College School of Medicine.

    As a passionate and enthusiastic pioneer faculty member, Dr Kanjanavanit won the Best Clinical Teacher award from Thai Medical Council in 2009. He was awared the Distinguished Clinician Award from Royal College of Physician Thailand in 2016.

    Dr Kanjanavanit's research interests focus on Non invasive Cardiology, echocardiography. He has published 29 journal articles and 20 books/book chapters. 

  • Krongkarn Sutham, M.D., FTCEP
  • Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University

    Dr. Krongkarn is an emergency physician with ten years of experience in a tertiary care and Level-I trauma center hospital. She received her MD and FTCEP in Emergency Medicine from Chiang Mai University and completed clinical fellowship training in Emergency Medicine Ultrasound at McGill University. Her responsibility involves the emergency department, pre-hospital setting, and observation unit.

    Dr. Krongkarn is keen to incorporate POCUS in a wide range of patient care in the emergency setting. As a physician passionate about POCUS, she is one of the certified instructors of CPOCUS and WINFOCUS courses. She is also an instructor of BLS, ACLS, PALS, and PHTLS courses and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Chiang Mai University.

    Dr. Krongkarn is developing the POCUS curriculum for undergraduate and postgraduate trainees. Her professional interests include POCUS-enhanced resuscitation, technology and innovation in emergency medicine, and medical education.

  • Tul Chaikitmongkol, M.D.
  • Cardiology Unit, Department of Internal Medicine, Faculty of Medicine , Chiang Mai University

    Dr Tul earned a medical degree from Chiang Mai University Thailand, where he also earned a Thai Board of Cardiovascular Medicine & Internal Medicine. Dr Tul completed his observership at Cardiology Unit, Johns Hopkins University & Cardiac Catheterization Unit at Ayase Heart Hospital, Tokyo, Japan.

    His research interest mainly focus on management of acute coronary syndrome, ultilization of health technology and AI in cardiology.