ESA News Overview

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The ESA is proud to announce that we have successfully achieved the ISO 9001 certification, making the ESA one of the few ISO 9001 certified Associations in Europe.

We are asking anaesthesiologists around the world to take part in our World Anaesthesia Day campaign on the 16th of October to showcase the role of anaesthesiologists in resuscitation

Not able to attend the 2019 ESA Focus Meeting?

Not a problem! You can still watch the live stream of our sessions anywhere you have access to the internet.

On World Sepsis Day, September 13, the Global Sepsis Alliance (GSA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) are urging all health systems, policymakers, healthcare workers, and civilians to develop a concerted effort on sepsis prevention, diagnosis, and management to save lives.

BJA ESA Grants

06 Sep 2019

Born from the collaboration between ESA and the British Journal of Anaesthesia willing to enhance clinical practice in the field of Anaesthesia, this Grant will offer the unique possibility to provide its winner with a 100 000 euros budget. All projects, within the framework of Anaesthesia, will be taken into consideration.

We are proud to announce the newest app from the ESA. This new user-friendly ESA App on Perioperative VTE Prophylaxis is dedicated to physicians working in perioperative environnments and in surgical intensive care units.

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.
Be a part of the ESA and be a part of something BIG.

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..

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