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Welcome to the member site my ISS/SIC. By logging into the my ISS/SIC, you can update your profile and access member-only content.

 

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Is it your first time you login into the new database of my ISS/SIC?

Follow the steps below to create your password for your account:

1. Press the button above "my ISS/SIC"
2. Go to "Don't know your password" (link at the lower left side)
3. Go to "Search for my Account" and enter Lastname / Firstname 
4. Click on "Search"
5. At the next page: Click on "Obtain my login data"
6. At the next page: Click below on "Back to login"
6. Check your emails and open the link within. 
7. At the new page: Please choose a new password and retype it.
8. Click on "Save & login"

You now have access to the following content:

MyData: your personal contact details, address and areas of interest

MyConfirmation: your invoices, credit notes if available

MyMembership: your current membership status and access to RENEW MEMBERSHIP

MyJournals: your access to the World Journal of Surgery (only active if your membership dues are paid)


Introduction & Goals of Membership

  

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Link-> WORLDMAP OF ISS/SIC MEMBERSHIP


The ISS/SIC, founded in 1902 in Brussels, Belgium, would like to function with two aims in mind: on the one hand it wants to function as a very benevolent "umbrella organization" to keep the "house of surgery" together for all problems of general interest to all surgical specialties, on the other hand, the ISS/SIC has also a vital interest in upkeeping general surgery as an important training base.


For the implementation of the advancement of the science and art of surgery, the following functions are provided:

World Congress of Surgery - the World Congress of Surgery WCS - formerly International Surgical Week

Postgraduate Courses under the auspices of the Collective Members Societies

World Journal of Surgery a journal produced by ISS and Springer

Newsletters and other publications 


The ISS/SIC does not visualize itself as a mass organization, it would, however, hope to group throughout the world surgeons willing to invest time and energy in a quality conscious international venture. Surgeons deciding to accept this challenge will soon find out that such an engagement is intellectually stimulating and humanly rewarding.

Please have a look at our worldmap where our members are located: 

Link-> WORLDMAP OF ISS/SIC MEMBERSHIP


 

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