European Society of Anaesthesiology Congress
CCB – CityCube BerlinBerlin, GERMANY Visit the Venue to read more
Dear Members, Colleagues and Friends,
On behalf of the European Society of Anaesthesiology, I have the great pleasure and honour to announce that Euroanaesthesia is returning to Germany in 2015 and will be hosted at the newly constructed CityCube in Berlin.
A decade has already passed since the Presidents of the European Society of Anaesthesiologists, the European Academy of Anaesthesiology and the Confederation of National Societies of Anaesthesiologists had the foresight to join forces and amalgamate in to one single European anaesthesiology organisation. The European Society of Anaesthesiology, the new ESA as we know it today, was born in January 2005 and has developed into a strong, dynamic and extremely successful medical society. The ESA has a worldwide reputation of professionalism and excellence and formally became the European Regional Section of the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) in July 2014. We will be celebrating 10 years of our society’s achievements during our flagship event in Berlin.
We have grown to expect a state-of-the art educational and scientific programme at the annual congress. Once again Euroanaesthesia 2015 will not disappoint us. Under the joint leadership of Prof Stefan De Hert and Prof Charles Marc Samama, the Scientific Committee has elaborated an outstanding programme full of cutting edge innovations in basic and clinical science, innovation in clinical application, in education and in quality and safety improvement. Research from investigators around the world will be presented in special lectures, interactive sessions, as well as the traditional abstract-based programme with presentations in front of electronic poster boards. Pre-congress courses and workshops are as always an integral part of the Euroanaesthesia programme.
A significant new approach to the programme is the reorganisation of the congress into 17 Learning Tracks based on topics, no longer following the structure of the Scientific Committee and its Subcommittees. As of Stockholm, the Scientific Subcommittee Meetings are open to all ESA members. We encourage you to attend and to contribute to the discussions. The schedule will be published in the Final Programme.
The Basic Sciences Anaesthetic Course organised in parallel with the congress is growing in popularity. Please make sure your young colleagues are aware of this course which is invaluable in the preparation of the EDAIC exam. A Part II EDAIC exam session in English and German will be organised pre-congress so that candidates can also attend Euroanaesthesia. Places are limited so please register well before the January deadline.
The Plenary Session highlight, the Sir Robert Macintosh Lecture, is well known for attracting inspirational and motivating speakers. This year is no exception. Professor Isabelle Murat, eminent paediatric anaesthesiologist, will share the knowledge and experience gained through her dedicated and reputed career. She has long campaigned to improve safety in paediatric anaesthesia worldwide and in particular in Africa and Asia. Professor Murat, a crusader for better care of children, will address the topical but controversial subject of anaesthesia moving to subspecialities.
We trust that the combination of education, science, research, networking and socialising will make Euroanaesthesia 2015 another unforgettable event. We look forward to welcoming you to Berlin!
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
The submission module is now closed. Submission of abstracts by mail, fax or e-mail will not be accepted.
Acceptance or rejection of reviewed abstracts will be advised by e-mail.
The presentation schedule of accepted abstracts and nomination to the Best Abstract Prize Competition (BAPC) will be advised by e-mail.
All abstracts must be written in English. Please write simply and proofread before submission.
Up to 6 authors (1 abstract presenter + 5 co-authors) are allowed per abstract. The presenting author will automatically be listed first and (s)he will also be the contact author.
The abstract text should not exceed 2500 characters.
It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific fact will be reproduced as typed by the author.
Duplicated abstracts will be refused.
Please send your abstract(s) well in advance to avoid a last minute server overload.
If you have any questions regarding your abstract submission, please contact the ESA Secretariat via email@example.com.
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