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ESA 2020 General Assembly – Message from the Presidents

The European Society of Anaesthesiology strives to maintain the highest standards of practice and patient safety and fosters an exchange of information between our global community. Intensive Care (IC) is a significant part of this community – a recent survey conducted by the ESA showed almost 70% of the beds in ICU’s are run by anaesthesiologists and more than 60% of European National Societies involved in Anaesthesiology and IC have already or would agree to add IC in their name. However, Intensive Care is not reflected in our society name.

The proposal to introduce an addition to the name (Intensive Care) was unanimously supported by the ESA Council members, further reinforcing this need.

The ESA should, and will continue to, accurately represent our full community of health care professionals who are working together to not only raise the standards of the profession and patient safety but to end a global pandemic.

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