ESA News Overview

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We need you! There are still open vacancies in the ESA Scientific Sub-Committees and we have extended the deadline to 15 July 2019. There is still time to apply and we look forward to receiving your application.
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This past Friday, 28 June 2019, the British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA) charity and the European Society of Anaesthesiology (ESA) came together in Brussels, Belgium to sign the BJA & ESA International Research Grant Agreement. This research grant of €100.000....

PROBESE study

05 Jun 2019

Read the results of the PROBESE study by the Committee for the PROBESE Collaborative Group of the PROtective VEntilation Network (PROVEnet) for the Clinical Trial Network of the ESA in the latest issue of JAMA..

ESA is pleased to announce that Prof. Idit Matot (Israel) has been nominated Chairperson of the ESA Scientific Committee for the period 2021-2023. She will start her mandate as Deputy Chairperson on 1 July 2019, working in collaboration with Prof. Andreas Hoeft, chair of the Scientific Committee until December 2020.

Continuing Medical Education allows doctors to keep up with the newest developments in healthcare...

EMA has published a questions-and-answers (Q&A) document for patients, healthcare professionals and the general public on the preparatory work that European Union authorities are doing to prevent medicine shortages due to the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU.

Brussels – 22 March 2019: the European Blood Alliance (EBA) together with a consortium1 held on 24 and 25 April 2018 the first International Consensus Conference on Patient Blood Management (ICC PBM) in Frankfurt, Germany.

“This study, one of the largest ever completed on anaesthesia in children, has provided conclusive results that are reassuring for both patients and doctors: a single exposure to general anaesthesia..."

We are proud to announce you that the POPULAR Study has been published in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine and can be accessed at the following link...

211 sites participated to The POPULAR Study and recruited over 22000 patients throughout Europe!

Intensive care is an essential part of any health system. Developing a strategy to improve the efficacy of critical health care services requires a precise knowledge of the structural and organisational capacities of such units.

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