JIM 2017 and e-casebook are collaborating this year!
Please log-in to or register with e-casebook to check case videos from the Joint Interventional Meeting:
View a selection of JIM 2016 cases on e-casebook now, and JIM 2017 cases when they are released after the meeting in February 2017!
e-casebook allows medical professionals to securely share case information online and see specialists’ video images, DICOM data and written strategy with the knowledge and experience of nearly 5,000 doctors from all over the world, including 2,500+ Interventional Cardiologists. Medical doctors (only) can make comments, pause video and draw on these images to facilitate a lively case discussion, with the flexibility to view this anytime, anywhere on their PC, tablet or mobile.
On e-casebook, we aim to facilitate a deep and detailed discussion for medical professionals to acquire more experience, learn superior techniques and have access to the latest developments and expertise. As an e-casebook user, in addition to JIM cases you can view open-content cases from all over the world such as ANZET in Australia, CCT in Japan, IMC Live in Saudi Arabia and India Live. In addition to being used at international conferences, e-casebook is also used as a seminar, education and training tool within hospitals, universities and medical device companies.
You can set up your own group on e-casebook and start sharing cases among your group of physicians today!
Please contact the e-casebook Team to discuss how you can use e-casebook at your small meetings in hospital, larger conferences, or at university; to promote knowledge sharing among both senior doctors (expert best practice) and junior doctors (for education and training). You can make a closed group on e-casebook to share knowledge, or you can make your group or event page public and connect with nearly 5,000 physicians registered with e-casebook from all over the world to share case-based knowledge in your day-to-day activities.