The ESA is continually monitoring the Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2 virus) pandemic to evaluate and manage its impact on the healthcare community, our members, patients, society, and staff.

Thank you for your commitment to the safety of patients and of healthcare professionals during this evolving pandemic. Together we stand in solidarity with all the people involved, across the globe, and send our deepest sympathies to the families of those who have suffered the greatest during this time. We are working together with our leadership, members, and community to get the most updated COVID-19 information available for anaesthesiologist, intensivists, and other healthcare professionals.

Discover more resources, articles, and links – along with information on the ESA’s latest webinar on COVID-19 and how we can best treat our patients.

#WeAreAllPatients #ESAStrongerTogether

Latest videos & webinars on COVID-19

 

 

 

COVID-19 Webinar: Airway Management

The team at ESA has organized a second webinar on best practices and approaches regarding Airway Management when treating your patients during the crisis.

Join us on the 9th of April, 2020 at 16.00-17.30 CET (4pm-5.30pm)

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COVID-19 Webcast: Best Practices

To combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the ESA organized a webinar on best practices and approaches to treat your patients during the crisis.

You can view the on-demand video on our e-Learning Academy now.

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Latest news on COVID-19

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Coronavirus and us

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“Ensaio sobre a cegueira"

Marc Gimenez gimimarc@gmail.com José Saramago and his exceptional novel “Blindness” move us to a crude catastrophic situation where dehumanised behaviours are endured to survive. In the magnific...