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ESRA Annual Congress – The European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy
September 7, 2016 - September 10, 2016€875
Join us for the Annual ESRA Congress and gain access to an outstanding scientific programme focusing on the latest and hottest topics in the field of regional anaesthesia and pain therapy.
With unique sessions and workshops, the scientific programme of ESRA Congress will enhance your practical and theoretical knowledge, as well as provide you with a variety of networking opportunities and events.
Since its foundation in 1980, ESRA has sought to associate and affiliate into one organisation all anesthesiologists, physicians and scientists who are engaged in, or interested in, the techniques of regional anaesthesia for surgery, obstetrics, paediatrics and pain control.
As in previous years, the focus of the scientific programme will be on the state of the art presentations in our field as well as new insights into basic science, clinical research and therapeutic interventions. We are creating a scientific programme in which the interaction between speakers and audience is to be continuous and the basic aim of the scientific programme. The scientific standard at the annual ESRA congress is now recognised as one of the best in Europe and, as a result, carries a high rating with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, who assign credit hours to all ESRA congresses.
The Scientific Committee is developing a programme with topics covering all the fields of interest in the application of regional anaesthesia/analgesia alone or in a multimodal approach. Acute and chronic pain management topics of special interest for anesthesiologists will also be included as an important part of the programme.
The type of sessions will be refresher course lectures, symposia, pro/con debates, panel discussions, luncheon sessions, special workshops including cadaver workshops, and of course free paper and poster presentations. Residents are invited to submit their papers for inclusion in the ESRA Resident Best Free Paper and the ESRA Best Abstract Award competitions.