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Dear friends........

It gives us great pleasure to invite you to the 18th Posicon and 4th Posi-Posna Workshops on 13th to 16th Jan. 2012 at Pune .

Pune, also known as the Oxford of the East is famous for being the cultural and educational capital of Maharashtra. It has now become a major Medical and IT hub.

In addition to proximity to Mumbai with the expressway which can get you to Pune in 2 hrs, we boast of excellent connectivity by Road , Rail and Air to other parts of the country directly and we are sure you will find it easy to get here.

The January chill in Pune will be just right to have a great academic meeting at the Hotel Westin and we have a great combination of international and national faculties to educate you on the finer nuances of Paediatric Orthopaedics.

The programme and workshops are designed in such a way that everyone can choose subjects of their liking and will add value for practicing orthopaedic surgeons, post graduates as well as hard core pedipods.

We have an excellent residential package which is all inclusive at Hotel Westin and would strongly advise you to avail of the same.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Pune 2012.

Dr. Sandeep Patwardhan
Organizing Secretary, Posicon 2012
Professor orthopaedics, Paediatric orthopaedic specialist, Sancheti Institute, Pune
Tel.: 020 27999999 or 28999999 (Ext. 9663) Mob: 9823063989 Emal: sandappa@gmail.com

Dr. Rajan Kothari
President,
Poona Orthopaedic Society

Dr. Benjamin Joseph
President, POSI

Dr. Sanjeev Sabharwal
Chief Co-ordinator,
Posi Posna Workshops

           
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